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There were only two Twitter hashtags on the show: '#WLIIAIsBack' at the beginning, and '#WLIIA' during Living Scenery.
As in the previous incarnation of the show, Wayne sat in the first seat and Greg sat in the second. Wayne had sat in the first seat when Greg or Brad Sherwood appeared and in the second seat when another performer appeared.
The Twitter hash tags were '#WLIIA' at the beginning of the show, '#PotterSpells' for the last bit in SFAH, '#PetiteProps' in Living Scenery and '#WayneSings' in Greatest Hits.
The Twitter hashtags were '#Dark Vader' in Hollywood Director, '#WhatsInTheBag" and '#PrettyProps' in Living Scenery.
The Twitter hashtags were '#KissOff' in Dubbing, '#NewsFlash' and '#MushyPeas' in Helping Hands.
The Twitter hashtags were '#WLIIA', '#Props', '#WayneAndJeffDuets' in Greatest Hits and '#TrainerRyan' in Helping Hands.
The Twitter hashtags were '#NiceWigs' in Questions With Wigs and '#TacoBall' in Helping Hands.
The Twitter hashtags were '#SingLikeWayne' in Song Styles and '#DentalFears' in Newsflash.
The Twitter hashtags were '#WLIIA', '#TakeItOffWilson' in Duet and '#RubberDucky' in 3HBS.
The Twitter hashtags were '#WLIIA,'''#NakedWayne' in Hollywood Director, '#SwimGirls' in Duet, and '#ForwardRewind.'
Other than '#WLiiA,' the only Twitter hashtag was '#SassyRyan' in Helping Hands.
The Twitter hashtags that appeared were '#WLIIA', '#AlienDrama" in Hollywood Director, #GoCandice' in Song Styles, '#CreepyDates' in Dating Profiles and '#LivingScenery.'
The main Twitter hashtag that appeared was '#NiceCatchKevin' after Kevin caught the popcorn from Ryan in Helping Hands.
Several Twitter hashtags appeared on screen. The main one was '#WhoseLineIsBack.' When Colin kissed Ryan in SFAH, '#Bromance' appeared. There was also #ScenesFromAHat.'
This is a list of all the games played and how many times (in order of appearance):
Let's Make A Date-60
Foreign Film Dub-21
Film, TV and Theatre Styles-33
Scene To Rap-21
90 Second Alphabet-12
Daytime Talk Show-9
Stand, Sit, Bend-6
Scenes From a Hat-80
Hey You Down There!-4
3-Headed Broadway Star-29
Stand, Sit, Lie-2
The Balled Of...-1
If You Know What I Mean-10
The Millionaire Show-7
Change of Cast-1
Scene With An Audience Member-4
Number of Words-9
Old Job, New Job-2
What Are You Trying To Say?-1
Irish Drinking Song-22
Scenes Cut From A Movie-3
Good Cop/Bad Cop-1
Two Line Vocabulary-15
Meet The Family-1
Make A Monster-2
Scene To Music-3
Questions With Wigs-2
Boogie Woogie Sisters-2
All In One Voice-2
Really Bad Hangover-1
Shopping From Home-1
*One of the 3-Headed Broadway's was not in an original airing but as a subsequent airing for a "Too Hot" episode
*Not including the "Best Of" episode
This is a list of all the winners and number of times (in oder of winning):
*12 times there was no winner announced
*29 times there were two winners
*9 times there were three winners
*5 times there were four winners
*One of Colin's wins is from the "Too Hot" subsequent showings
*One of the 2 winners is from the "Too Hot" Subsequent showings
This is the list of everyone who appeared on the show and how many times (in order of appearance):
*The following were celebrities or "special guests" that did not have a chair or part of the audience but were involved in games (and how many games they participated in):
Lassie (the dog)-1
Victoria Fuller (Playboy Bunny)-2
Ava Fabian (Playboy Bunny)-2
Jerry Springer -4 (2 different episodes)
Neena & Veena-2
Loyola Maymount Cheerleaders-2 (one of them only featured 3 (Jennifer, Pamela and Rayanne))
Santa Clause and Donner-1
*Ryan Stiles and Colin Mochrie appeared in all the episodes *Does not include the "Best of" episode
Home Shopping, a game played several times on the UK version, was called Shopping From Home by Drew.
The Hoedown they showed from Ryan was originally an outtake which was used in the blooper reel on the Season One Part Two DVD set. It also included a further bit where they set up to do another Hoedown and Drew said he would enjoy seeing Ryan slit his wrists.
This is the final time Hoedown is ever shown. It is arguable the most memorable and popular game. It is also the last play of SFAH, the most played game of the series and also one of the most memorable games. These are probably the two games that had the most laughs over the years and were "fan favourites."
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