Whose Line Is It Anyway?

Season 2 Episode 28

Show No. 217

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Aired Tuesday 8:00 PM Mar 16, 2000 on The CW
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Show No. 217
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Highlights from this episode: Karen Maruyama joins the boys for a soap opera at a plastic surgeon's office; Wayne sings faster and faster; Colin reports from cowboys fighing dinosaurs; and Colin and Ryan kiss.

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Drew Carey

    Drew Carey

    Host/Regular

    Ryan Stiles

    Ryan Stiles

    Regular

    Wayne Brady

    Wayne Brady

    Featured Guest [Season 1], Regular [Seasons 2-7]

    Laura Hall

    Laura Hall

    Musician

    Colin Mochrie

    Colin Mochrie

    Regular

    Linda Taylor

    Linda Taylor

    Musician [Season 2-6]

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • In Questions Only, the setting is a soap opera in a plastic surgeon's office. Four years later, Karen Maruyama would be a guest star on Nip/Tuck (episode Oona Wentworth), a soap opera about plastic surgeons.

    • QUOTES (8)

    • NOTES (6)

      • During Song Styles, when Wayne pretends to faint, look at Ryan. The look on his face suggests that he thought Wayne fainted for real. When you read Ryan's lips, he even asks Wayne if he's ok.

      • Isn't it strange that Colin blurts out the actual movie title from the movie if he doesn't know what's behind him?

      • During Foreign Film Dub, when Karen is supposed to be faking German, she accidentally slips into French. Colin takes her to task for it during his translation; she visibly expresses a "The jig is up!" reaction.

      • During Foreign Film Dub, Ryan's translation "Yeah, that's one huge sausage! Think I'll ride it!" comes DURING when Drew actually pretends to be riding it. Drew might have been prompting Ryan for the gag and he took the bait. Maybe it was an audio edit to better punctuate the gag, since Ryan is off screen during the translation moment.

      • In Foreign Film Dub, one of Drew's "German" phrases is "Ach du leiber, racoons!" This exact phrase is said by one of the Germans who buy the power plant from Mr. Burns on The Simpsons!

      • One of the scenes, Strange Causes To Raise Money For, during Scenes From A Hat, is another case of scenes that are also, basically, performed on their own as separate games. In this case, the little played Telethon.

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

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