After the second scene from Drew's hat, he pulls out the third scene. The camera cuts away, and when it shows Drew again, the show has obviously been edited because the black marker-writing shown through the piece of paper is 4 lines instead of 3, and the number of/length of words has changed. This is obviously not the first time that this has happened, but it was fairly obvious.
(after Living Scenery)
Brad: You think Wayne and I can try that game?
Ryan: I don't think I can lift you.
(before Living Scenery)
Drew: (after describing the game) I know, it's kind of creepy, huh?
Ryan: Hey, it's theater.
Brad: (SFAH, things that aren't cute anymore) I went poopy in my pants!
Drew: I'm Drew, Mr. Carey if your nasty.
Hugh: (after Duet) Painless!
Drew: (before Duet, seeing the Bunnies) Before we continue, may I just say, 'Wowity wow wow wow!'
Drew: The points are just like J-LO's husband's name.
Drew: (to the Playmates before "Living Scenery") You guys are both looking great.
Ryan: Thank you!
During Duet, Ryan and Colin tried to get in on Wayne and Brad's time, then Brad bowed before Hugh Hefner. Apparently Hef was apprehensive beforehand, because at the end he said "Painless!" At the end, Wayne and Brad left with Hef and the Bunnies, Brad came back and Wayne snuck off again.
During Award Shows, Ryan and Colin started in the audience. After their characters won, they came down and started high-fiving the audience members. Then Ryan started to hug one woman, and the one in the next seat said "Am I getting a hug too?" Colin then joined in, but the first woman wouldn't let Ryan go, saying "Don't go!" Eventually Ryan extricated himself.
Victoria Fuller also appeared in the sixth season of CBS's The Amazing Race.
Victoria Fuller was Playboy Playmate of the Month for January 1996. Ava Fabian was Playboy Playmate of the Month in August 1986.
With 11 total cast members in this show (Drew, 4 actors, 3 guests and 3 musicians), this is the largest cast any Whose Line show has ever had in one episode, counting both the American and British version. It tops the previous record of 9 (Drew, 4 actors, 1 guest, 2 musicians, and 1 dog), set in November 2001 by Show No. 503.