Editing goof during the Hoedown. Right before Ryan starts his verse you see him standing with his hands at his side, but when it cuts to a close up with Ryan starting to sing his verse, Ryan is now holding his hands together.
This is a list of all the winners and number of times (in oder of winning):
*37 times there were 2 winners
*2 times there were 3 winners
*8 times there were 4 winners
*1 time there were 6 winners *Despite Ryan having the most wins most of them were not by himself (either with 1, 2 or 3 other people)
This is a list of all the games played and how many times (in order of appearance):
Song Styles (I included "Duets" due to being the same only with two people)-43
Film And Theatre Styles-80
Every Other Line-2
Wrong Theme Tune-1
That'll Be Charlie Now-2
Musical Film Review-2
Old Job, New Job-21
Scenes From A Hat-15
Scene To Music-8
Stand, Sit, Bend-5
Foreign Film Dub-12
Stand, Sit, Lie-7
Hey You Down There-4
Let's Make A Date-20
Number of Words-8
Here He Is Now-2
Three Of A Kind-3
Remember That Song-1
Scene To Rap-4
Daytime Talk Show-6
*Not including Compilations
This is the list of everyone who appeared on the show and how many times (in order of appearance):
*Clive Anderson appeared in all the episodes
*This is not including Compilation episodes!
This is possibly the only time on "Whose Line?" that Laura Hall has played the acoustic guitar.
In Party Quirks, when Patrick is trying to guess Ryan's quirk he says that Ryan is "paranoid", and Clive says it's incorrect (which it is), but later Patrick again asks if Ryan is paranoid, and this time Clive says that's correct; then under the applause he said "That's as close as you're going to get."
This is the first episode of Whose Line is it Anyway? to be filmed in California. The set is the same one used on the US version, though we still had Clive as the host.
This is the only Series that did not end with a Compilation episode.
This is the last ever episode of Whose Line? to be set in the UK.
Ryan starts to read the credits before Clive even says, "Good night!"
Notice how American Brad didn't know what the British show Eastenders was, but British Steve picked up right away on the American show Starsky & Hutch? Clive noticed that too, just before Colin came in he said 'Long memory you've got.'
Colin only has one line in Questions Only, which he says in French. It is: Avez-vous une cigarette? (Do you have a cigarette?)
Instead of stills during the credits like in all the other compilations, this episode has clips in slow-mo.
For some reason, for Questions Only they had Steve(in the first seat) and Ryan(in the last) on opposite sides; Ryan stage left and Steve stage right. They had to cross over each other and they (perhaps comically) ran into each other and made their way past.
Check out poor Ryan's face upon discovering his party quirk. He looks pretty uncomfortable to say the least!
Another editing difference: During Sound Effects, Ryan said, 'Oh, s**t.' Comedy Central edited it out, but BBC America restored it.
Caroline and Josie dedicated their song to Johnny Depp, but Clive said 'Who's Johnny Depp?'
Ryan is out "in the field" in Newsflash, but Colin is the one who is known to do it (especially in the US version).
This episode must have been filmed the same day as 7x08, because everyone is wearing the same clothes and Clive's introduction is the exact same. Either that or they used the games not shown previously.
From this episode on (including all US ones) Colin is in the third seat and Ryan is in the fourth. There are only a few episodes in series 9 where Colin is in seat two, but only when Brad Sherwood is on.