Whose Line Is It Anyway?

Season 3 Episode 10

Show No. 313

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Aired Tuesday 8:00 PM Nov 16, 2000 on The CW
9.9
out of 10
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44 votes
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Show No. 313
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Robin Williams joins the cast for Riverdancing, singing to an air traffic controller, and another crazy party.

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  • What a classic episode! Who better to join the panel than the Master of Improv himself, Robin Williams?!

    10
    Besides the fact that Colin, Ryan & Wayne are funnier than heck, throw Robin Williams into the mix, & you've got the perfect panel for this show! He aimed, he shot, he SCORED! He worked well with the regular panel, & let me tell you, the regulars were at the top of their game in this episode, too! I always hoped Robin would come back for another episode, unfortunately he was unable to - but this one is, above all others, truly a KEEPER! If you get a chance to tape this show in reruns, do it!moreless
  • Oh My God its Robin Williams

    10
    First off the best part of the episode. Oh my god its Robin Williams oh my god its Robin Williams oh my god its Robin Williams oh my god its Robin Williams oh my god its Robin Williams oh my god its Robin Williams oh my god its Robin Williams oh my god its Robin Williams oh my god its Robin Williams. My favorite Comedian made this a very memorable episode. Vive Le Robin!moreless
  • The Whose Line cast at their finest, especially Ryan.

    9.3
    In this episode, the stars are Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles, and special guest star Robin Williams. From the get-go, I knew this would be a funny episode. My favorite skit done by all four of them was Scenes from a Hat. Right when it came to Ryan, he did the most funniest impression of Carol Channing imitating Clint Eastwood. Then he came back out and did her a second time using the lines, "I'm Sparticus." LOL 100x. Drew even had to take his glasses off because of so many tears from laughing. As if that were not enough, Wayne and Robin did an awesome duet in a gospel theme for a guy who was an air-traffic controller. Oddly enough, Robin had a pretty moderate voice, and Wayne, well we already know he can sing. Plus, the other games were a barrel of laughs. Overall, I gotta say that this will be a Whose Line classic for years to come. That's why I give it a 9.3 out of 10. One thing is for sure, this is why it's the show where everything is made up and the points don't matter.moreless
  • Deserves 3 letters, L O L

    10
    This episode should really deserve the fantastic L O L! It was hillarious! I especially loved the ending part of Scenes from a hat. "What the hell am I doing? I've got a career!" LOL!... again! It was one of the funniest episodes ever! That's why everyone should give it 2 thumbs up! I did!

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  • TRIVIA (2)

    • During the props game, when Drew and Ryan are doing the yellow brick road scene, you can see the black and white rag clearly in the scene (which is to the right of Robin) until the end of the scene. When it goes to Wayne and Robin, Wayne is on the left and holding both of them. This is showing that they must've edited out one of the Robin and Wayne scenes

    • After commercial, Robin sneaks up on Drew, and then rushes back to his seat. Robin passes by two stools set on this side of the stage. Possibly set there for Weird Newscasters, Greatest Hits, or Stand, Sit, and Bend. However none of those games appeared in this episode, though at least some of them were played at the taping. Another possibility for the stools seen when Robin snuck up on Drew could have been Hats, because during ads for this episode, Robin is seen sitting on a stool wearing a pair of suspenders and saying 'Yeah, you know me!' This is obviously a reference to Mork and Mindy, where Mork wore rainbow colored suspenders.

  • QUOTES (13)

    • Colin: (as the Hollywood director) You know what? You need to do it like hillbillies, like hillbillies! Don't ask why! I once won a Nubby!

    • (In Hollywood Director after the first version)
      Colin: Cut, cut, cut, cut, cut!!!
      Robin: (in gayish voice) I'm having a really hard time staying in character!
      Colin: I know you are!! You don't have to tell me!! I've seen better character development on the Match Game! All right, let's try to concentrate and work hard!
      Robin: (makes mocking faces at Colin) Oh, fine, 'work hard work hard...'
      Colin: Now,...
      Robin: Last night you didn't say that!
      (Colin freaks out, Robin and he quietly converse, then hug)
      Colin: He's very special, he needs work.

    • (SFAH, inappropriate anecdotes on a celeb talk show)
      Ryan: So, long story short, this is the stone I passed. (points at ring finger)

    • (In SFAH, Unlikely Superheroes)
      Colin: It's me, Runaway-From-Danger Man! (runs back to his position)
      Ryan: (pulling up his nose) Did someone calls for Captain Pork?
      Robin: I'm Parano...(looks behind, acting as he's paronoid and runs back to his position)

    • Drew: The points don't matter at all, just like Blair Witch 2.
      Robin: (running up to a camera) Get out, get out!

    • (SFAH, Carol Channing)
      Ryan: I know what you're thinking. Did I fire seven shots or only six? Well, to tell you the truth, in all this confusion I've forgetten myself. So, you've got to ask yourself one question: Do I feel lucky? Well, do ya punk?
      Robin: Well, surely you must be the son of God.
      Ryan: I'm Spartacus.

    • Drew: Bad choices to make when your genie grants you three wishes.
      Colin: Uh, two cokes and some chips.

    • Robin: (in Hollywood Director,as a hillbilly pizza maker) Damn, I cut myself. Well, we'll use it as a sauce.

    • Robin: (SFAH, if entertainers worked funerals) Is this the loved one? All right, start the truck, Johnny! Wow! Look at him move! Isn't that incredible, ladies and gentlemen? With just 6 volts, you can make your relatives dance again!

    • (Hollywood Director: After Take 3)
      Ryan: At the end...at the end, that seemed a little too Charlie's Angels.
      Colin: I wish! All right. What we need is something totally...
      Robin: Can I take a moment?
      Colin: (pause) Take it.
      Robin: Done!
      Colin: All right. That's why I love working with you!
      Wayne: What about me?
      Colin: Shut up!

    • (SFAH, seashell)
      Ryan:(as Carol Channing) I'm Spartacus.
      Wayne: Putmedown!
      Robin: Who's your daddy?

    • Drew: What Robin Williams is thinking right now.
      Robin: I have a career, what the hell am I doing?

    • (at the beginning of SFAH)
      Robin: (looking in the hat) What's the dead rabbit for?
      Drew: My old career.

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