Whose Line Is It Anyway?

Season 6 Episode 6

Show No. 505 -- Valentine's Day Show

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Aired Friday 8:30 PM Aug 07, 2004 on The CW
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Show No. 505 -- Valentine's Day Show
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A special Valentine's Day themed episode features Colin playing the Queen announcing an affair with Ryan and cheerleaders from Loyola Marymount helping out.

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    • TRIVIA (2)

    • QUOTES (5)

      • (after Living Scenery)
        Colin: This is a great country!
        Drew: (singing) God bless America...
        Colin: I know you'll find this hard to believe, but that's the closest I ever got to cheerleaders.
        Drew: Yeah. And your wife's up in Canada, right?
        Colin: Who? (laughter) Yes, she is. Lovely woman, love her deeply.
        Drew: Oh. can't wait for her to see this show.
        Wayne: On Valentine's Day.
        Colin: Yes. Happy Valentine's Day! (waves)

      • Drew: (after the cheerleaders come out for Duet) I love having a TV show!

      • Drew: I'm Drew Carey and I'm your undercover angel, your midnight fantasy.

      • (in Press Conference)
        Ryan: I'd just like to complement you on your wonderful taste.
        Chip: My name is Carl and I'm only pretending to be a reporter.
        Colin: Let me just say as a side thing, I'm also opening up a yogurt stand.
        Ryan: Does it make me anything?
        Colin: About...$40,000 a year?
        Chip: Is it true that he first saw you on his money?
        Colin: Yes, yes it is absolutely true, and also on a stamp, and that's when I got my first licking.

      • Colin: (before Sound Effects) Nothing says Valentine's more than a bald damsel.

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    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Undercover Angel:
        Coming back from the first commercial break, Drew refrences the chorus of the song Undercover Angel by Alan O'Day.

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