Whose Line Is It Anyway? (UK) - Season 9

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Episode Guide

  • Steve Frost, Colin Mochrie, Brad Sherwood, Ryan Stiles
    An English translation of a Romanian film, bad self-improvement videos, and an album of songs from the locker room highlight this episode.
  • Greg Proops, Josie Lawrence, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
    More crazy dates, a secret agent trying to buy a pair of shoes, and an album of hospital songs are highlights of this episode.
  • Greg Proops, Rory Bremner, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
    Rory Bremner makes his last appearance as he helps Ryan, Colin, and Greg with the movie Attack of the Killer Bananas; while Colin and Ryan do Esmerelda and Quasimodo.
  • Episode 17
    Episode 17
    Episode 17
    1/20/97
    0.0
    A compilation Show, with some of the best moments from the series. Starring Greg Proops, George Wendt, Ryan Stiles, and Colin Mochrie.
  • Greg Proops, George Wendt, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
    George Wendt makes another appearance, but Colin's many and varied accents are this episode's highlight.
  • Steve Frost, Colin Mochrie, Brad Sherwood, Ryan Stiles
    Superheroes solving wife trouble, Tonto discovering a secret about The Lone Ranger, and a new version of Attack of the Killer Tomatoes are featured in this episode.
  • Greg Proops, Karen Maruyama, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
    Karen Maruyama joins Greg, Colin, and Ryan to do a soap opera in a public toilet, competitive hot dog salesmen, and a news program on dinosaurs.
  • Greg Proops, Steve Frost, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
    A 'learning to scuba dive' film, a Hoedown about golf, a scene from Mutiny on the Bounty, and a group of wrestling addicts highlight this episode.
  • Series 9 Compilation 2
    9/25/97
    9.2
    Seating Order: None. Film and Theatre Styles: Ryan and Colin are two glassblowers getting on each others nerves. Styles: Western, Lassie, Top Gun and My Little Pony. Quick Change: Brad is briefing Steve on a dangerous spy mission; Ryan is offscreen yelling 'Change.' Animals: Ryan and Greg are two pigs on their honeymoon when Ryan's ex-wife Colin, who Ryan thought was slaughtered, comes in. Song Styles: Josie sings a Sondheim love song to audience member Brendan, a policeman. Backwards Scene: Starting at the end and working to the beginning, Brad, Colin and Ryan do a Western barroom shootout scene. Home Shopping: Ryan and Colin sell keys that fit no lock, a piece of fluff and old asparagus. Three Of A Kind: Greg, Colin and Ryan are ice hockey players doing the housework. Party Quirks: Stephen hosts: Josie: The Queen getting involved in a pub fight Colin: being chased on the roof of a speeding train Ryan: Flipper trying to warn Stephen about various diasters. Moving People: Ryan and Colin are looking for Moby Dick. Hoedown: About space travel. Winner: None Credit Reading: None.moreless
  • Series 9 Compilation 1
    9/18/97
    9.8
    Seating Order: None.

    Questions Only: Greg, Ryan, Colin and Rory are in the Olympic Village. Film and Theatre Styles: Ryan is a zoologist who has been living with gorillas for 20 years and Colin has arrived to tell him that it's time to come home. Styles: Pirate movie, Muppets and Western. Let's Make A Date: Brad must choose from: Mike: a dog making a dirty phone call Colin: increasingly annoyed by Brad's stupidity Ryan: channelling the spirits of Brad's dead relatives. Song Titles: Steve, Colin, Brad and Ryan are at the racetrack. Song Styles: Josie sings to audience member Andy, an account manager, in the style of a big musical love song. Sports Commentators: Greg(Snacky Cracky)and Rory(Murray Walker) commentate on Ryan and Colin, who are at adjoining desks in an office. Daytime Talk Show: Participating in Come On, Get It Out! are: Host: Josie Guests: Stephen(Julie), Colin(Fred) and Ryan(John) Subject: being obsessed with washing-up. Hollywood Director: Colin directs the following scene: Greg and Ryan are in Alien and one of them is not feeling too well. Styles: Constantly giving double-takes, an upbeat musical, and German strippers with a shoulder disability. Song Styles: Brad sings to audience member Pauline, a car saleswoman, in the style of Brit-pop.

    Winner: None Credit Reading: None.moreless
  • Steve Frost, Colin Mochrie, Brad Sherwood, Ryan Stiles
    More goofy dates, a stag night with only questions, and a meeting on a sleeper train are highlights of this episode.
  • Steve Frost, Colin Mochrie, Brad Sherwood, Ryan Stiles
    Noah's Ark with questions, a disturbance at a poultry farm, and songs of the farmyard are highlights of this episode.
  • Greg Proops, Debi Durst, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
    Some rather strange scenes from Star Wars, bad TV shows, roosters going to a strip club, and a Hoedown about cricket are highlights of this episode. Check out Debi's outfit; it may be a lowlight.
  • Greg Proops, George Wendt, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
    George Wendt joins Greg, Colin, and Ryan to do the world' worst roommate, a movie about a time machine, and super heroes looking for jelly babies.
  • Steve Frost, Colin Mochrie, Brad Sherwood, Ryan Stiles

    Captain Buttocks tries to solve acid rain, while Brad sings to a nurse, sports commentators report on beach hunks, and gazelles are stopped by a lion cop. Also, a weathercaster gets distracted by lovemaking.

  • Greg Proops, Steve Frost, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
    Superheroes fighing too tight underwear, more strange newscasters, and a Hoedown about weddings highlight this episode.
  • Josie Lawrence, Stephen Fry, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
    After nine years away, Stephen Fry returns to the show to do a scene from ancient Rome, a scene from Romeo & Juliet, and even a Newsflash and a Hoedown.
  • Mike McShane, Brad Sherwood, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
    Mike's kiss of Brad is the highlight of this episode.
  • Greg Proops, Karen Maruyama, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
    Superheroes saving elastic, secret agents capturing hairy caterpillars, bad chat-up lines, and Greg and Clive bantering at their best highlight this episode.
  • Greg Proops, Rory Bremner, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
    Rory Bremner returns as Princess Diana looking for a date and Bill Clinton as a sportscaster; other highlights include a sheep soap opera, a news report from a nudist colony, and a song about world leaders.