Whose Line Is It Anyway?

Season 2 Episode 36

Show No. 219

Aired Friday 8:30 PM May 04, 2000 on The CW
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Episode Summary

Show No. 219
Seating Order: Wayne, Chip, Colin, and Ryan.

Superheroes: Trying to solve the worldwide crisis of no more Rogaine are: Colin: Captain Hair Ryan: Totally Insane Old Man Chip: The Chippendale Kid Wayne: Captain Frat Boy. Let's Make A Date: Chip has to choose from: Wayne: the possessed girl from The Exorcist Colin: a cantankerous snowman who is melting Ryan: a destructive toddler learning to walk and talk. Duet: Wayne and Chip sing a 1940's tap dance number about a funnel. Whose Line: Colin is Davy Crockett and Ryan is Jim Bowie and they're about to make their last stand at the Alamo, and Colin is losing his nerve. Ryan's lines: 'Lay a wet one on me, big guy' and 'It's time for your spongebath.' Colin's lines: 'Why are you dressed like a French maid?' and 'Shut up and touch the monkey!' Scenes From A Hat: Bad game show concepts; things you never want to hear your grandmother say; pick-up lines in the fruit and vegetable aisle; personal ads that won't get many responses; People you'll never see on the cover of Playboy; modern addition to the Ten Commandments; if dogs told jokes; and favorite pranks of ER doctors. Props: The teams are: Wayne and Colin with a large white cloth funnel Ryan and Drew with a pair of red lightbulbs.

Winner: Chip Credit Reading: Colin as Captain Hair with the others as his hair behind him.moreless

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    Drew Carey

    Drew Carey


    Ryan Stiles

    Ryan Stiles


    Wayne Brady

    Wayne Brady

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

    Laura Hall

    Laura Hall


    Colin Mochrie

    Colin Mochrie


    Charles Esten

    Charles Esten

    Featured Guest [Season 2-7]

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (2)

      • During Scenes From a Hat, Chip and Ryan don't really stick to the suggestions. Chip's "if dogs told jokes" is really just a cliche, and Ryan's ventriloquist act with the corpse isn't really a "prank."

      • During Duet, in one shot, there is a stool that Wayne and Chip brought with them in between the two of them, but in the next shot, it's mysteriously gone, but neither Chip nor Wayne is shown moving the stool back to its original spot.

        Editor's note: Actually, between the time the stool is present and the time it disappears, the shot changes to Drew getting a suggestion from the audience. During that time, Wayne probably moved the stool.

    • QUOTES (5)

      • (SFAH, Modern Additions to the Ten Commandments)
        Ryan: Thou shalt not joke about bald people.

      • (in Whose Line)
        Ryan: (as Jim Bowie)...I don't to go down as cowards! I want the people talking about the alimony and...(he realizes his mistake and everyone laughs)
        Colin: (as Davy Crockett) No! We're not married anymore!
        Ryan: I just want to say remember the alimony!
        Colin: No! What do you want them to say?! Forget the alimony! That marriage is illegal in this state!
        (Drew cracks up)

      • (SFAH, personal ads)
        Colin: Slightly balding superhero...(buzzer)
        Drew: Yeah, slightly. (laughs). And I'm slightly overweight.

      • Colin: (at the end of Superheroes) Well, another crisis solved. Now it's time to find the guy who made that suggestion!

      • Ryan: (Near the end of Superheroes) I'm going to go buy me some green bananas because by the time I get home they'll be ripe!

    • NOTES (1)

      • This is one of the best episodes of the show, either UK or US. It features all four at their best, from the Captain Hair jokes to Wayne and Chip's funnel song, to Ryan and Colin's byplay in Whose Line, and several memorable moments. The "remember the alimony" flub is one of them; watch for Wayne and Chip breaking up and you can hear Drew laughing throughout the bit.

    • ALLUSIONS (0)