Whose Line Is It Anyway? (UK)

Season 2 Episode 17

Series 2 Compilation 2

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Aired Unknown Mar 16, 1990 on Channel 4
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Series 2 Compilation 2
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The second compilation of the series features a love song about a food processor, a rap about veteranarians, a hymn a bout a fish slicer, and an interview with Peter Pan.

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    Ryan Stiles

    Ryan Stiles

    Himself (1989-1998)

    Josie Lawrence

    Josie Lawrence

    Herself (1988-1997)

    Greg Proops

    Greg Proops

    Himself (1989-1998)

    Michael McShane

    Michael McShane

    Himself (1988-1995)

    Paul Merton

    Paul Merton

    Himself (1988-1993)

    Tony Slattery

    Tony Slattery

    Himself (1988-1995)

    Arthur Smith

    Arthur Smith

    Himself

    Guest Star

    Paul Rider

    Paul Rider

    uncredited

    Guest Star

    Archie Hahn

    Archie Hahn

    Himself

    Recurring Role

    Jonathan Pryce

    Jonathan Pryce

    Himself

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • This is the only time Clive ever 'played' a game. In the Fish Rap, Josie couldn't think of anything, so Clive stepped in and did one for her.

    • QUOTES (5)

      • (F&TS, Andy Warhol)
        Ryan: Shall I take off my clothes and lie down on the bed while you talk to me about nothing at all?
        Sandi: We could if you like. We're in the middle of Waterloo station, but...

      • (in Rap)
        Arthur: I deal in rubbish, horrible and green
        I'm like the captain of the English cricket team!
        Sandi: They call me garbage, they call me trash
        They call me dustman, which is little dash
        But I'm telling you now, and I'm telling you here
        Actually, I'm a sanitary engineer!

      • Clive: (after an audience member says Norfolk for a country) You're from Norfolk Nationalist Party, are you?

      • Clive: (his Rap)
        I like fishing for that trout
        Get it in the river, get it in your mouth
        Go to Scotland and get some sal-mon
        Go on home, and have some egg and ba-con!

      • (in Duet, someone suggests Andrew Lloyd Webber)
        Clive: Have you heard of him in America?
        Mike: (sarcastically) Oh, yes. We've heard a lot of him.

        Clive: (after the song) And if you're interested, Lemon is opening at the Prince of Wales Theater next week.

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