Whose Line Is It Anyway?

Season 3 Episode 17

Show No. 322

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Aired Tuesday 8:00 PM Jan 25, 2001 on The CW
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Show No. 322
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Seating Order: Wayne, Chip, Colin and Ryan. Film, TV, and Theatre Styles: Colin is a witch hunter and is about to burn Ryan, a young woman, at the stake for being a witch. Wayne is her boyfriend, a farmer, who has come to plead for her life. Styles: The Real World, Masterpiece Theatre, Latin American game show, Barney, and The Crocodile Hunter. Duet: Wayne and Chip sing about a dishwasher(or a washing machine) in jitterbug style. Song Titles: All four do a scene set in an emergency room. Party Quirks: Chip hosts: Wayne: a scene-stealing extra showing he can play the other parts better Colin: has brought a date covered in chocolate body paint and he's licking it off Ryan: a baseball player trying to steal his way home. Greatest Hits: Ryan and Colin sell the compilation CD Songs Of The Cowboy. Wayne and Chip sing: Hawk Pttt Ding! in early vaudeville style The Sounds Of Stirrups as Simon and Garfunkel You Yellow-Bellied Lily-Livered, Oohh Mother as Run DMC. Hoedown: About having plastic surgery; Drew replacing Wayne. Winner: All four(Wayne added late) Credit Reading: Colin as a jilted bride being comforted by her bridesmaids(the others).moreless

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    Robin Williams (I)

    Robin Williams (I)

    Featured Guest [Season 3]

    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

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (5)

      • Ryan: (in Greatest hits, after the first song) Boy, that really takes me back to a time before I was born.

      • Colin: (in Greatest Hits) Hey, if you call right now, we'll answer!

      • Drew: (after Duet) 1000 points apiece for finally catching on that you said clothes in the dishwasher...and then fixing it at the end of the song. That was really quick, to go, 'Oh, whoa, I said...'

      • Wayne: (FT&TS, as Barney): Why can't we all just get along? (singing) She's a witch, that is that, she's... (Colin sets fire to him) Barney's on fire, stop, drop and roll, oh, my goodness, got fire in the hole...

      • (in FT&TS)
        Colin: Are you ready to die for your crimes?
        Ryan: I don't know why you tied me around a piece of meat.
        Colin: Because I'm hungry!

    • NOTES (4)

      • During Song Styles a weird stain appears on Chip's shirt. Wayne points it out saying, 'My makeup's on you, you need to clean your shirt' at the end. When they walk back Chip sounds suprised so it's possible he didn't know and thought Wayne was making it up until the end. Whether it really was makeup or something else we may never know.

      • Why is it that every single time someone mentions the Britney Spears song Oops, I Did It Again in Song Titles, the audience goes wild?

      • In this episode, Chip and Wayne sing a jitterbug duet about a dishwasher. However, Wayne slipped up when he said Chip's shirt is dirty. Chip emphasized that he was going to put it in the DISHwasher but still played along with Wayne's screw up. Just four episodes earlier, Wayne had also mistaken a dishwasher for a washing machine in the "Good Cop/Bad Cop" game.

      • Colin got bleeped for his last word in his Run-DMC song title in GH, but you can clearly see the word was "mother."

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