Clive said Colin's song in Psychiatrist was set in Morocco, when it was supposed to be in Germany. (Morocco was a suggestion that Clive did not take.)
Clive called Helping Hands, Hands Through in this episode.
In order to avoid singing his hoedown, Tony stuffs a cloth in his mouth and 'sings' while pulling the cloth out. His only coherent line is '...and then I cut it off!'
During the end credits it says Whose Line Is It It Anyways?
Although Clive called it Sound Effects, it was totally different then the way it has been played before. Instead of a person acting out a scene with someone providing the effects they had three people act out a scene and would have to react to different sound effects they heard.
At the beginning of News Report, Greg called it Stuff That's Going On Now, but at the end it was Stuff That's Happening Now.
In another instance of different editing styles, Comedy Central edited Steve saying to Tony in Party Quirks, 'You've made a right tit of yourself,' while BBC America kept it intact. However, both kept the bleep where Tony told Clive to f*** off.
This was the only time Authors wasn't played first. It is also the last time that it is played.
Despite Chip's clever fungi/fun guy joke, algae isn't a fungus.
Ryan appears in every single game. This is the first time someone has done so.
This is the first of many Ryan/Colin dual wins. In the UK version especially in the later seasons they would win together many times!
A couple of things about the Hoedown: First, the camera zoomed in on each player's face as he got to the last line of their verse, something that hadn't been done before or since on either the UK or US version. Also, the very next show of this series was the London Compilation, where another Hoedown from this taping was used, about fried food.
Clive introduced a "special Snow White edition" thusly:
Tony: Skippy the Bush Kangaroo.
Ryan and Greg forgot 'O' in Alphabet, which Clive was eager to point out.
This may be the only time Ryan did the acting in Sound Effects, Archie did the sounds.
This is where Archie earned the wrath of many Whosers, bring on props for his improv: a whistle during F&TS(in the slapstick round) and castanets for tap dancing during Audition. Also in Props, John breaks the scythe and Mike riffs on it.
The topic of Gospel is about milk men, but notice that none of the performers actually sing about milk men. Instead they just sing about milk.
Helping Hands was done without props, and it did not really work without them. This was changed later on. Colin's first episode had Tony providing his hands for him, but this would be the first of many times that he would provide the hands for Ryan.
In Expert, Josie called watermelon seeds pits and stones, the British terms for them.
Clive called Interview Book Writer.