Whose Line Is It Anyway?

Season 1 Episode 7

Show No. 107

Aired Friday 8:30 PM Sep 23, 1998 on The CW
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Episode Summary

Show No. 107
Wayne sings a movie love song to a baker, Hansel and Gretel gets the daytime talk show treatment, and Greg hosts a salesman/chimp at another strange party in this episode.

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  • This was a very very funny episode. They were "off the wall."

    All I have to say is that my favorite part of this episode was when Wayne Brady sang to Mae the baker. That song had me rolling. My wife and I just could not stop laughing. This song made me wonder why Wayne Brady doesn't have any albums out, because he is a really good singer. To be honest, it was a pretty catchy song. I have been trying to get that song out of my head for days now. If you ever notice that this episode is on, or is coming on, please watch it, because it will be well worth your time.moreless

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (1)

    • Bad Editing Note:
      At the end of Helping Hands, you can see Ryan and Colin shaking hands with Kay, the blonde. However, the very next shot is of Drew throwing to the commercial and Kay is back to her seat, at Drew's left. Unless she was really fast, the edit was very sloppy.

  • QUOTES (5)

  • NOTES (5)

    • This episode came from the same taping as Show No. 106. Drew's intros at the beginning, and the end footage over the credits are both the same. This becomes the first episode of the series to be the second taken from a taping session.

    • In the Season One, Part One DVD, several things from this taping made it onto the gag reel including: The suggestion of Cross-Dressing Man being rejected by the censor for Superheroes(which appeared in Show #108) and Greg saying, 'You know, we have a lot of transvestite viewers, and maybe they wouldn't think it was that funny.'

      Songs Of The Mortician being rejected for Greatest Hits and Greg saying, 'You don't want dead people calling in.'

      Greg messing up his advertising Hoedown and cussing. Drew says, 'We had some dead guys complain about your language, so we can't use it,' and Greg replies, 'Some dead narcoleptic cross-dressing circus freaks.'

    • Editor's Note:
      I am not completely sure about the audience participants in Moving People. Drew does say 'Kay', but the audience applause drowns out the second person's name and I took it from the closed captioning. If anyone else has a different idea, please email me.

    • "Gone With The Wind in 30 seconds" was originally done on the British Whose Line by George Wendt.

    • Original airdate on ABC Family -- January 4, 2002