Whose Line Is It Anyway? (UK)

Season 7 Episode 7

Steve Frost, Eddie Izzard, Greg Proops, Ryan Stiles

Aired Unknown Sep 08, 1995 on Channel 4
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Episode Summary

Steve Frost, Eddie Izzard, Greg Proops, Ryan Stiles
Eddie Izzard leaves his makeup behind and joins Ryan, Greg, and Steve for TV shows about lobsters, a movie about a creature from Essex, and a report on Gulliver's Travels.

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    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (5)

      • Ryan: (describing a character in the credit reading) He's a deep sea Nazi captain, but he flies!

      • Ryan: (in Moving People, after his 'mover' puts one of his hands out in front of his chest) Remember when I started here I had boobs this big?

      • (in News Report)
        Eddie: Small people rule the world.
        Greg: Do they?
        Eddie: They do.
        Greg: How do small people rule the world, Doctor?
        Eddie: By pressing buttons.

        Greg: Doctor, any safety tips for the children who might be traveling to places where they might end up being tied down by a group of small people?
        Eddie: Yep, take scissors!

      • Clive: (getting suggestions before Film Trailer) Pluto or Essex. But I think oddly enough, Essex is funnier.

      • Steve: (in Remote Control) All right, Sargeant, take the lobster into the interview room and grill him for us, will you?

    • NOTES (3)

      • Comedy Central's order was: Remote Control, F&TS, Sound Effects, Film Trailer, Moving People, Film Dub, OJNJ, News Report, and Party Quirks, with Props edited out.

      • Steve did his 'showing the crack' bit in OJNJ again here, and Comedy Central did not blur it out. Also, it was linked with the next game, News Report. Eddie was the patient in OJNJ, then at the beginning of News Report, for the 'talking to the anchor before they know the cameras are on them' bit, Eddie(the expert) shows his tooth to Greg(the anchor). Greg says 'Is it an abcess, you think?' and Eddie mumbles, before they both realize the cameras are on.

      • This is to date the last episode of Whose Line Is It Anyway? that Colin Mochrie does not appear in.

    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • Ivor the Engine:
        Imitated in Film & Theatre Styles, Ivor the Engine was a children's series about a steam engine on a railway in Wales. The TV.com page for the show is here.

      • The Bill:
        Imitated by Steve in Remote Control, The Bill is a long-running police drama in the UK. It is unusual in that is a serialized drama rather than a procedural. It is currently in its 24th season, which makes it the longest running police drama in British history. The TV.com page for the show is here.