Whose Line Is It Anyway?

Season 5 Episode 6

Show No. 433

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Aired Friday 8:30 PM Oct 21, 2002 on The CW
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Show No. 433
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Seating Order: Wayne, Kathy, Colin and Ryan. Questions Only: In an alternative version of The Wizard Of Oz, Dorothy arrives in Munchkin Land where things have taken a turn for the worse. Newsflash: Colin reports from a bodybuilding competition to Ryan and Kathy in the studio. Song Styles: Wayne sings to Naomi, who works for UPS, in '70's disco style with the others dancing behind him; they all wear different colored afro wigs. Infomercial: Ryan and Colin sell various items to cure the bad habit of nail biting. Scenes From A Hat: If lessons in love and sex were taught in the style of Sesame Street, Jeopardy! questions where the Whose Line cast members are the answers and and bad things to say as you're about to kiss her. Hoedown: About police officers; Drew replacing Kathy. Winner: Kathy Credit Reading: All four as if they're all bodybuilders in a high pressure competition.moreless

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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

    Kathryn Greenwood

    Kathryn Greenwood

    Featured Guest [Season 2-7]

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (4)

      • The wig Kathy wore in Song Styles was also seen in Questions With Wigs in Show No. 517, worn by Ryan at the very end.

      • The prop that Colin pretends is a fishing rod and reel because of its shape during the Informercial game would turn up again in Episode 177's game of Infomercial. It was the fire starter that Drew was worried might have set Ryan's mouth aflame if Colin had used it as intended.

      • Another goof from Scenes From A Hat. When Ryan forms the letter h with Colin, he makes a mirror reflection of h, forgetting the audience would see the inverse of what he would see.

      • A two-fold goof in "Scenes from a Hat." First off, the Jeopardy! scene should have had "questions" and "answers" reversed, since contestants answer in the form of a question to an answer. Secondly, all the suggestions by the performers were categories, not questions nor answers.

    • QUOTES (10)

      • (SFAH, if love & sex were taught on Sesame Street)
        Wayne: Now, let's all look at Big Bird.

      • (SFAH, Jeopardy Questions)
        Ryan: I'll take, uh, 'People Who Sit Behind A Desk And Do Nothing' for $500, please.
        Wayne: I'll take 'Reasons Why The Letter "H" Will Keep Me Up For Years To Come' for $400.
        Colin: I'll take 'People Whose Head Is A Solar Plate For A Sex Machine.'

      • Drew: I just replaced Rice-A-Roni as the San Francisco treat.

      • (after Song Styles, Drew puts on the red wig that Ryan wore)
        Ryan: You know who you look like?
        Drew: No.
        Ryan: You look like Sideshow Bob.
        Drew: (laughing) I bet I do. I look like Earl that gets arrested on Cops all the time. Oh, that was great.
        Ryan: (in drunken voice) What's your problem!

      • (SFAH, Bad things to say when you are about to kiss her)
        Colin:I was once part of the letter H.

      • Drew: The points are just like a good spam recipe.

      • Ryan (while he and Colin are in an erotic position): The letter H!

      • Colin: (his Hoedown)
        I was once the best cop in all of the land
        People, as they saw me me, go, 'Boy, is he grand'
        I was so respected, belive me, I'm not lyin'
        'Till I was fired for making an 'H' with Ryan!

      • Kathy: (singing in "Scenes from a Hat," pointing sequentially to Wayne's, her, and Colin's crotch areas) One of these things doesn't belong here.

      • Colin: (while putting on his wig in "Song Styles") Boy, this brings back memories!

    • NOTES (2)

      • With this episode, the American version of Whose Line Is It Anyway? has tied the British version in number of episodes (if the "Best of" episode is counted as one episode, which for all intents and purposes is).

      • This episode was originally scheduled for Oct. 14, 2002, but it was pre-empted for 20/20: Tracking the Serial Sniper.

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