Whose Line Is It Anyway? (UK)

Season 3 Episode 3

Mike McShane, Sandi Toksvig, Paul Merton, Jim Sweeney

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Aired Unknown Feb 01, 1991 on Channel 4
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Mike McShane, Sandi Toksvig, Paul Merton, Jim Sweeney
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A rescue from quicksand, a Calypso song about a moldy tomato, a translation about Mongolian yaks, and a musical about electing a Prime Minister highlight this episode.

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      • This is the first time F&TS is only played with one pair, this would become the more popular way of playing although they would still continue to do it the traditional way.

      • The Alphabet game was played a little differently tis time. Instead of just starting at "A" and going through the whole alphabet, Clive asked the audience which letter to start it. This is how the game is played from now on (including the U.S. version).

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      • Newcastle United:
        In Props, Jim wears the pool floats like a scarf and asks if it's 'too camp for a Newcastle supporter?' This is a reference to Newcastle United Football Club, one of the best known soccer(association football) clubs in England. Their colors are black and white and their home jersey are black and white stripes.

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