Whose Line Is It Anyway? (UK)

Season 2 Episode 6

Ron West, Jimmy Mulville, Paul Merton, John Sessions

Aired Unknown Dec 22, 1989 on Channel 4
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Ron West, Jimmy Mulville, Paul Merton, John Sessions
Another wild party and another crazy book highlight this episode.

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    • QUOTES (5)

      • (in Party Quirks)
        Ron: All I need are soda water and plutonium 235, that's all.
        Paul: The plutonium 235's next to the Twiglets on the table.

      • Ron: (in Props, putting the horn on Jimmy's back) And the convenient carrying handle will be able to take Jimmy anywhere we want to take him.

      • (in World's Worst)
        Jimmy: You don't sweat much for a fat girl.
        Paul: Can I lie on top of you for 20 minutes?
        Ron: Uh, I need sex, here's 400 pounds.
        John: Hello, my name's Cliff Richard...
        Ron: I just got out of prison, what about it?
        Paul: It's stopped raining. Would you fancy nipping out to the car park for 20 minutes?
        John: I don't know if you know the songs of Gordon Lightfoot...
        Ron: Shut up and let me talk, okay?
        John: I'm an ugly bastard, but I change my underpants every day!

      • Clive: (after Ron and John's Interview) Well, I think 15 points for Ron, and uh, it will be 14 for John, a point deducted there for taking the stools away...(audience laughter, John puts the stools back) Anarchy is breaking out, makes it an exciting part of the show.

      • (in F&TS, coming attractions trailer)
        Ron:Do you know what you're in for when you marry my daughter? Let me tell you right now. Big stars! Big time! Big action!
        Paul: Shocks! Thrills!
        Ron: Yes! And then you'll get into bed with her!
        Paul: Romance!
        Ron: Of a sort!
        Paul: The sort I like!

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      • Come Dancing:
        Imitated by John and Jimmy in F&TS, Come Dancing was a ballroom dancing competition on the BBC off and on between 1949 and 1998. It inspired the current BBC show Strictly Come Dancing, and indirectly, the American version, Dancing With The Stars.