Whose Line Is It Anyway? (UK)

Season 2 Episode 3

Ron West, Griff Rhys-Jones, Paul Merton, John Sessions

Aired Unknown Nov 24, 1989 on Channel 4
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Episode Summary

Ron West, Griff Rhys-Jones, Paul Merton, John Sessions
A series of wildlife shows, a book about Australian cricket players, and Griff eating John's sock are featured.

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    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (5)

      • Griff: (in Remote Control) They say that it takes at least five years to train a wildlife reserve...game warden here in the Kenyan bush. And I've got to learn to do it in about twenty minutes. Just looking around me now it seems awfully...quiet.

      • Paul: (in Authors) And lo, it will come to pass in that far off land of Albion, some 400 years from now, when Australians with willows will hammer the crap out of English with willows; and English selectors in their desperation will choose Captain Pugwash as opening bowler.

      • Paul: (in Party Quirks)
        Oh, my cod!
        Oh, I've got a terrible haddock!
        I see you've got a yellow umbrella there, what's the porpoise of that, exactly?
        I'm a bit of a loan shark.

      • (in World's Worst)
        Griff: I sing, I dance, and I eat socks.
        Ron: And now I need a volunteer from the audience who would like to have their head nailed to a coffee table.
        Paul: And now, Kurt Waldhein with his memory man act.
        John: (as he bounces around) My name's Jeremy, I love being in the nude all the time. I have a little bitty jockstrap, and I'm gonna put paint on my body, and come into the audience and embarrass you!
        Ron: (pointing to his head like a gun) Laugh or I'll kill myself.
        Griff: I am the singing surgeon. A song, a smile and a hysterectomy.

      • John: (in F&TS, as John Denver) I'm too bland to die.

    • NOTES (1)

    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • Frankie Howerd:
        Imitated by Griff in his credit reading, Frankie Howerd(his real name had the correct spelling of Howard) was a British comedian and comic actor. He was a regular on the British version of That Was The Week That Was and played Mean Mr. Mustard in Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.

      • Tutti Frutti:
        Imitiated by John in Remote Control, Tutti Frutti was a comedy on the BBC in 1987 about a rock-and-roll band. It featured Robbie Coltrane and Emma Thompson. The TV.com page for the show can be found here.