Whose Line Is It Anyway? (UK)

Season 1 Episode 11

Series 1 Compilation 1

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Aired Unknown Dec 02, 1988 on Channel 4
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Series 1 Compilation 1
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Seating Order: None. Film and Theatre Styles: Josie goes to Paul's complaints department to return a faulty purchase. Styles: German expressionism, Hammer horror, Whitehall farce, and Disney. Jealous husband Archie comes home to find his wife's lover, John. Styles: Rambo movie, Greek tragedy and Kung Fu. Every Other Line: Paul wants Jonathan to fix his TV set; Jonathan reads from the play Robin Hood: The Truth Behind The Green Tights. The end line is 'It's only cotton wool.' Song Styles: Josie sings about a toothbrush in gospel style. Props: The teams are: Tony and Josie with a large outdoor ashtray John and Mike with a piece of white plastic with a string. Film Dub: Stephen and Josie talk about decorating the room. Party Quirks: Tony hosts: Josie: thinks she hears voices Mike: a kiss-o-gram John: a Cub Scout leader. Opera/Musical: About the life of audience member Pat, a guard on the Northern Line. Paul is Pat, with John, Josie and Archie as passengers; including being a guard on the Northern Line, making instant mashed potatoes and smoking. Winner: None Credit Reading: None.moreless

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    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • EDITORS' NOTE:
        The Opera game had all the characteristics of the Musical game, but because Clive called it Opera, I have listed it as 'Opera/Musical' in the summary.

    • QUOTES (5)

      • Mike: (in Party Quirks)
        I've got two lips for you
        I'll go and kiss the loo
        Hand me a brush, I won't be in a rush
        I'll be back in a moment or two!

      • (in Opera)
        Josie: Is this the way to Turnham Green?
        John: This is the way to Turnham Green.
        Paul: It's no good asking me, I don't know a thing!

      • Jonathan: (in Every Other Line) Don't you dare, don't you dare, just don't you dare insult the name of Robin Hood! (looking at his book) It's all here.

      • (F&TS, Disney)
        Josie: You can be my real big human dinky-doo. Would you like that?
        Paul: Um...I'd rather have a good career in the civil service, but I'll...

      • Clive: 'Waste not, want not' is the motto of Channel Four; or do I mean 'taste not, watch not?'

    • NOTES (1)

      • HA!/CC reversed the end, putting Musical before Party Quirks. Also, Archie and John's Film and Theatre Styles was edited out.

    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • Northern Line:
        A major part of Opera, the Northern Line is a part of the London Underground.

      • Douglas Bader:
        Before Party Quirks, Tony walks rather stiffly and says, 'I've never organized a come-as-Douglas Bader party.' Douglas Bader was a pilot with the Royal Air Force in World War II. He is regarded as a courageous war hero because he flew with two artificial legs, hence Tony's walk.

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