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Mark's Guide to Whose Line is it Anyway?


Episode Guide

Who was Karma Sutra boy? Who sang the Making Cheese hoedown? What games did Comedy Central chop out to squeeze in more commercials?

This is a guide to the episodes of Whose Line. Each episode shows the number, date of first broadcast, contestants in seating order, and details of the games played including the winner and their prize. Episodes are also linked to their introductions from Clive, Drew or Aisha, and games and songs are linked to transcripts when available.

The US episodes are shown as a continuation of the UK series to avoid confusion with numbering, i.e. subtract 10 to get the US-only series number. These episodes also show the production number, as displayed in the microscopic text in the closing credits.

UK EPISODES
Radio Series (1988) - Intros
Series One (1988) - Intros
Series Two (1989-90) - Intros
Series Three (1991) - Intros
Series Four (1992) - Intros
Series Five (1993) - Intros
Series Six (1994) - Intros
Series Seven (1995) - Intros
Series Eight (1996) - Intros
Series Nine (1997) - Intros
Series Ten (1998) - Intros
US EPISODES
Series Eleven (1998-99) - Intros
Series Twelve (1999-2000) - Intros
Series Thirteen (2000-01) - Intros
Series Fourteen (2001-02) - Intros
Series Fifteen (2002-03) - Intros
Series Sixteen (2004) - Intros
Series Seventeen (2005) - Intros
Series Eighteen (2005-07) - Intros
Series Nineteen (2013) - Intros
Series Twenty (2014) - Intros
Series Twenty-One (2014) - Intros

NOTE: The information presented comes from various sources and every attempt has been made to keep it as accurate as possible. However, it is possible that there may be errors or omissions.

The Site Info page includes a list of all those who have contributed.
Huge thanks to Matthew Rudd and Philip Hill for providing episode numbers and airdates.