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Mark's Guide to Whose Line is it Anyway?


Episode Guide

Series Twelve (1999-2000)

(US Series Two)

12.01 / 12.02 / 12.03 / 12.04 / 12.05 / 12.06 / 12.07 / 12.08 / 12.09 / 12.10
12.11 / 12.12 / 12.13 / 12.14 / 12.15 / 12.16 / 12.17 / 12.18 / 12.19 / 12.20
12.21 / 12.22 / 12.23 / 12.24 / 12.25 / 12.26 / 12.27 / 12.28 / 12.29 / 12.30
12.31 / 12.32 / 12.33 / 12.34 / 12.35 / 12.36 / 12.37 / 12.38 / 12.39


12.01 ("209")

First Broadcast: September 16, 1999 - Intro
Wayne Brady, Chip Esten, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
  1. Let's Make A Date: Chip questions. Wayne - characters from 'South Park', Colin - in a medieval dungeon being tortured for information, Ryan - vulture looking for the ultimate feast.
  2. Three-Headed Broadway Star: "Timber" from "Lumberjacks in Love" - Wayne, Colin & Ryan.
  3. Props: Ryan & Chip - oversized yellow shuttlecocks, Colin & Wayne - pink capsule shapes on sticks.
  4. Stand, Sit, Lie: Wayne has talked her boyfriend, Colin into coming into Ryan's tattoo parlor (or 'three campers are preparing for bed in the woods on the night of the full moon...')
  5. Greatest Hits: Songs of the Dentist - Ryan & Colin introduce, Wayne & Chip sing.
Winner: Wayne Brady.
Game: Hoedown: Car Salesmen - Chip, Drew, Colin, Ryan. Wayne hosts.
Credits: Colin as an angry school bus driver.


12.02 ("205")

First Broadcast: September 23, 1999 - Intro
Brad Sherwood, Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
  1. Weird Newscasters: Brad - anchor "Clyde Strudelpants". Colin (co-anchor "Desmond Pennybone III") - a 1920s gangster under fire in a getaway car, Wayne (sports presenter "Hardwood Paneling") - in love with the camera operator, Ryan (weatherman "Harry Showerdrain") - trying to keep a leaking dam from bursting.
  2. Duet: Michelle the Writer/Mom. Brad & Wayne (Gipsy Kings).
  3. Newsflash: sharks underwater. Brad & Ryan anchor, Colin reports.
  4. Party Quirks: Brad hosts. Wayne - on a tape that's being fast-forwarded and rewound, Colin - cruise ship steward in a bad storm, Ryan - hyperactive lap dog looking for a lap.
  5. Scenes From a Hat: Rejected theme songs from the movie "Titanic", Presidential slogans that will not get you elected, losing science fair projects, celebrity endorsements doomed to fail, drill sergeant pick-up lines.
Winner: Wayne Brady.
Game: Hoedown: Drinking - Brad, Drew, Colin, Ryan. Wayne hosts.
Credits: Brad & Ryan as deep south hog callers calling in their pigs.


12.03 ("206")

First Broadcast: September 30, 1999 - Intro
Greg Proops, Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
  1. Weird Newscasters: Colin - anchor "Jackson Goodreader". Greg (co-anchor) - a heckler, Wayne (sports presenter "Reginald Reginald Rejole/Reginal") - precocious multitalented child star, Ryan (weatherman) - angry NBA player about to get ejected.
  2. African Chant: Pat the sprinkler guy. Wayne sings, Greg, Colin & Ryan sing backing.
  3. Scenes From a Hat: State mottos rejected for license plates, what God created on an off day, bad things to hear from a doctor who's operating on you, President Clinton's things-to-do list.
  4. Change Emotions: Big game hunters lost in the jungle - Greg, Ryan & Colin. Canteen - lust, jungle knife - fury.
  5. Greatest Hits: Songs of the Exterminator - Ryan & Colin introduce, Wayne sings.
Winner: Greg Proops.
Game: Hoedown: The Village People - Wayne, Drew, Colin, Ryan. Greg hosts.
Credits: Ryan & Greg as two frat boys spending spring break at a crowded beach.


12.04 ("201")

First Broadcast: October 7, 1999 - Intro
Greg Proops, Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
  1. Let's Make A Date: Wayne questions. Greg - an exorcist, Colin - rabid Canadian ice hockey player, Ryan - strip club bouncer.
  2. Film Dub: "One day in the saloon" - Ryan, Greg & Colin.
  3. Three-Headed Broadway Star: "Flea Dip" from "Bob" - Wayne, Colin & Ryan.
  4. Film, TV & Theater Styles: Ryan & Greg are two archaeologists, about to open the tomb of the cursed Mummy, Colin. High school drama, Bergman Film, After-school Special, The Real World.
  5. Greatest Hits: Songs of the Dog Walker - Ryan & Colin introduce, Wayne sings.
Winner: Wayne Brady.
Game: World's Worst: thing to say at a major awards ceremony - Greg, Drew, Colin & Ryan. Wayne hosts.
Credits: Ryan & Greg as two cattle auctioneers.


12.05 ("220")

First Broadcast: October 7, 1999 - Intro
Wayne Brady, Chip Esten, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
  1. Weird Newscasters: Colin - anchor "Orland Curtainback". Chip (co-anchor "Steve Incredible") - in the middle of a broadway musical, Wayne (sports presenter "Flappy") - Drew's no. 1 teenage fan, Ryan (weatherman "Sunny Skies") - desperate to quell rumors that he's gay.
  2. Duet: Connie the Receptionist at the doctor's office. Chip & Wayne (Jump & Jive).
  3. Scenes From a Hat: Baseball umpires at home, ill-advised valentines day gifts, favorite pranks of nuns, other things the first man on the moon might have said, opening lines to foreign national anthems, lines you wouldn't hear in a western, rejected Jeopardy categories, people who won't be appearing on currency anytime soon.
  4. Whose Line: Rhett Butler (Ryan) finally tells Scarlett O'Hara (Colin) that he's leaving.
  5. Hoedown: Men.
Winner: Chip Esten.
Game: Questions Only: Godzilla - Drew, Wayne, Colin & Ryan. Chip hosts.
Credits: Ryan trying to convince Chip that he's not gay.


12.06 ("203")

First Broadcast: October 14, 1999 - Intro
Wayne Brady, Denny Siegel, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
  1. Weird Newscasters: Denny - anchor "Mimi Fatdeposits". Colin (co-anchor) - desperate for attention, Wayne (sports presenter) - karate black belt fending off attackers, Ryan (weatherman) - lifeguard who spots a woman drowning.
  2. Song Styles: Jim the Army Recruiter. Wayne (Tina Turner).
  3. Scenes From a Hat: Naked photos you wouldn't want to see on the internet, the number one sitcom in Germany, what the Grim Reaper does to relax, least checked-out library books, inappropriate show-and-tell items, items you wouldn't expect to see for sale on the home shopping channel, things you'll never hear in a boxing ring, unlikely first lines of love songs.
  4. Newsflash: giant lizard attacking a city. Ryan & Denny anchor, Colin reports.
  5. Three-Headed Broadway Star: "Bubbles" from "The Loch Ness Monster (The Musical)" - Wayne, Colin & Ryan.
Winner: Denny Siegel.
Game: Hoedown: Gambling - Wayne, Drew, Colin, Ryan. Denny hosts.
Credits: Ryan & Denny as a couple arguing in a car on the way home with the kids in the back.


12.07 ("202")

First Broadcast: October 21, 1999 - Intro
Brad Sherwood, Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
  1. Let's Make A Date: Wayne questions. Brad - monster truck pull announcer, Colin - the winning contestant on Miss World, Ryan - turning into King Kong.
  2. Superheroes: Bad hair day. Brad - Prissy Boy (@aol.com), Ryan - Captain Frisks-A-Lot, Colin - The Bitter Divorce Kid, Wayne - Dirty Dancing Kid.
  3. Ballad Of: Leonard the Lawyer. Brad & Wayne (country song).
  4. If You Know What I Mean: Auto race - Brad, Colin & Ryan.
  5. Greatest Hits: Songs of Golf - Ryan & Colin introduce, Brad & Wayne sing.
Winners: Colin Mochrie & Ryan Stiles.
Game: 90 Second Alphabet: Ryan is excited about the blind date (Colin) that Drew has set him up with... until she arrives, starting on "J". Wayne hosts.
Credits: Wayne & Ryan as two switchboard operators.


12.08 ("212")

First Broadcast: October 28, 1999 - Intro
Wayne Brady, Josie Lawrence, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
  1. Let's Make A Date: Josie questions. Wayne - strict overbearing schoolmarm, Colin - uptight model on her first erotic photo shoot, Ryan - frat boy showing off to his buddies in the audience.
  2. Film, TV & Theater Styles: Colin and his secretary Josie, hardly able to keep their hands off each other, arrive at a motel desperate for a room. Ryan is the sinister desk clerk. Soap Opera, Kung Fu, Evangelist Show, Blair Witch.
  3. Newsflash: snakes. Ryan & Josie anchor, Colin reports.
  4. Weird Newscasters: Colin - anchor "Frankly Dontgiveadamn". Josie (co-anchor "Minnie Pausal") - characters from Shakespeare, Wayne (sports presenter) - on a treadmill that's going out of control, Ryan (weatherman "Dwayne Debathtub") - must hit a home run to win the world series.
  5. Duet: Kenny the Machinist. Wayne & Josie (Punk Rock).
Winner: Wayne Brady.
Game: Foreign Film Dub: "The Vodka Express" in Russian. Drew & Josie act, Ryan & Colin translate, Wayne hosts.
Credits: Josie & Wayne as two drunk girls at a party talking about what the boys have said to them.


12.09 ("221")

First Broadcast: November 4, 1999 - Intro
Brad Sherwood, Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
  1. Song Titles: At an airport.
  2. Gangsta Rap: Astronaut - Brad & Wayne.
  3. Scenes From a Hat: Bad choices for pets, dangerous things to do while you are naked, baby names that will one day get your child's ass kicked, little known facts about our host Drew Carey, things you wish you hadn't said to the President.
  4. Weird Newscasters: Brad - anchor "Chester Steakknife". Colin (co-anchor "Carl Turkeybaster") - has chosen this moment to become a nudist, Wayne (sports presenter "Carlos Burritogrande") - Latin pop heartthrob, Ryan (weatherman "Franklin") - mafia boss whose camera is an assassin.
  5. Three-Headed Broadway Star: "I Love Cheese" from "Gee You Smell Terrific" - Brad, Ryan & Wayne.
Winner: Wayne Brady.
Game: Hoedown: Christmas - Brad, Drew, Colin, Ryan. Wayne hosts.
Credits: Ryan & Colin as two guys in a bar about to get in a fight.


12.10 ("204")

First Broadcast: November 4, 1999 - Intro
Greg Proops, Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
  1. Superheroes: Out of deodorant. Greg - Armpit Man, Ryan - Fashion Photographer Kid, Colin - Professor Panic, Wayne - Captain Does-The-Splits-At-Every-Moment-He-Can.
  2. Song Styles: Delores the Gardener. Wayne (Michael Jackson getting older).
  3. Newsflash: desert nuclear war. Ryan & Greg anchor, Colin reports.
  4. Questionable Impressions: in a hospital.
  5. Dating Service Video:: Colin & Ryan, Wayne & Greg.
Winners: Ryan Stiles & Wayne Brady.
Game: Three-Headed Broadway Star: "You've Got Sole" from "My Favourite Shoe" - Wayne, Drew & Ryan. Colin 'hosts'.
Credits: Ryan & Wayne as teenage girls at a slumber party.


12.11 ("222")

First Broadcast: November 11, 1999 - Intro
Greg Proops, Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
  1. Let's Make A Date: Greg questions. Wayne - temperamental rock star in his hotel room, Colin - gets turned on by danger, Ryan - ravenous boa constrictor.
  2. Film, TV & Theater Styles: Ryan & Greg are two rival bikers challenging each other to a game of chicken, racing towards the edge of a cliff. Colin is the anxious girlfriend who doesn't want them to do it. Japanese monster movie, soap opera, I Love Lucy, Marx Brothers.
  3. Props: Ryan & Colin - long grey foam Ls, Greg & Wayne - green foam block with a triangle on one end and a U on the other.
  4. Party Quirks: Greg hosts. Wayne - a chicken with attitude, Colin - auditioning for every part in a slasher film, Ryan - excited by ugliness and searching for the perfect specimen.
  5. Song Styles: Toaster. Wayne (gospel choir).
Winner: Wayne Brady.
Game: World's Worst: Television Program - Greg, Drew, Colin & Ryan. Wayne hosts.
Credits: Wayne & Colin as screaming fans at a pop concert.


12.12 ("211")

First Broadcast: November 11, 1999 - Intro
Wayne Brady, Chip Esten, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
  1. Let's Make A Date: Chip questions. Wayne - female American Gladiator, Colin - makes animal noises whenever he gets turned on, Ryan - angry farmer looking for [the] person who slept with his daughter.
  2. Song Styles: Derek the Diesel Guy. Wayne & Chip (Village People).
  3. Props: Ryan & Chip - pink water bottles on string, Colin & Wayne - red circles on sticks.
  4. Party Quirks: Chip hosts. Wayne - early movie footage of King Kong vs. Godzilla (feat. Melissa's underwear), Colin - has a personal vendetta against the neighbors downstairs, Ryan - series of crunching football tackles in slow motion.
  5. Hoedown: Cop Shows.
Winners: Ryan Stiles & Wayne Brady.
Game: Three-Headed Broadway Star: "You Know How To Wiggle" from "Worms" - Wayne, Drew & Ryan. Colin 'hosts'.
Credits: Colin as a substitute teacher trying to get an unruly class under control.


12.13 ("223")

First Broadcast: November 18, 1999 - Intro
Wayne Brady, Josie Lawrence, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
  1. Questions Only: Lingerie section of a department store on Valentine's Day.
  2. Whose Line: Zorro (Ryan) catches up with the leader of the Mexican guard (Colin).
  3. Props: Ryan & Josie - tan antler-shaped foam piecess, Colin & Wayne - red fabric covered lyre shapes.
  4. Scenes From a Hat: Odd hijacker demands, rejected themes for restaurants, videotapes that won't sell out at Blockbuster, interview questions you'd like to hear asked of a Miss America contestant, the wrong thing to say when she says "I love you", messages delivered a little late.
  5. Greatest Hits: Songs of the Chiropractor - Ryan & Colin introduce, Josie & Wayne sing.
Winners: Ryan Stiles, Colin Mochrie & Josie Lawrence.
Game: Hoedown: Children - Josie, Drew, Colin, Ryan. Wayne hosts.
Credits: Ryan & Colin as two disgruntled football fans in the bleachers.


12.14 ("213")

First Broadcast: November 25, 1999 - Intro
Brad Sherwood, Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
  1. Superheroes: Tight underwear. Brad - Suicide Boy, Ryan - Yodelling Pogo Stick Man, Colin - Captain Blood Loss, Wayne - Cowboy Stunt Rider.
  2. Film, TV & Theater Styles: Ryan & Colin are two high-strung poodle owners competing against each other in a national dog show. Cheech & Chong, Richard Simmons, Puppets, Romper Room, Sports Replay.
  3. Props: Ryan & Colin - brown poles joined by strips (ladder), Brad & Wayne - black springs.
  4. Motown Group: Do the Toothbrush - Brad, Ryan & Wayne.
  5. The Millionaire Show: Bedroom/Sex life. Brad - host, Ryan - contestant ("Jim Phillips"), Wayne - audience member (twin brother "Jimmy"), Colin - phone-a-friend (son "Harry").
Winners: Brad Sherwood, Colin Mochrie & Ryan Stiles.
Game: Hoedown: Family Reunions - Brad, Drew, Colin, Ryan. Wayne hosts.
Credits: Ryan & Colin as two baseball umpires throwing players out of the game.


12.15 ("207")

First Broadcast: December 2, 1999 - Intro
Wayne Brady, Denny Siegel, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
  1. Let's Make A Date: Denny questions. Wayne - outraged grandmother, Colin - bad stand-up comic fed up with the audience, Ryan - has taken a powerful aphrodisiac by accident.
  2. Song Styles: Blender. Wayne (The Temptations, with help from the others).
  3. Narrate: Airport terminal - Ryan & Colin.
  4. Weird Newscasters: Denny - anchor. Colin (co-anchor) - has been injected with dinosaur DNA, Wayne (sports presenter) - Jerry Lewis, Ryan (weatherman) - cornered criminal looking to take a hostage.
  5. Scene to Rap: Brain Surgery.
Winner: Denny Siegel.
Game: Hoedown: Movie Ushers - Wayne, Drew, Colin, Ryan. Denny hosts.
Credits: Wayne as an excited host of a Spanish variety show.


12.16 ("224")

First Broadcast: December 9, 1999 - Intro
Greg Proops, Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
  1. Change of Cast: Three prisoners breaking out of Alcatraz (Greg, Colin, Ryan). Professional wrestlers, Baywatch lifeguards, catalogue models, weightless astronauts, New York cops, game show hosts.
  2. Song Styles: Maile the Talent Agency secretary. Wayne (Ray Charles).
  3. Props: Ryan & Colin - large blue unicorn horns, Greg & Wayne - large potato chip shapes.
  4. Weird Newscasters: Greg - anchor "Totally Upforit". Colin (co-anchor) - bitter co-anchor verbalizing his inner thoughts, Wayne (sports presenter "Big Wayne") - getting arrested, Ryan (weatherman) - sumo wrest ler.
  5. Moving People: Ryan & Colin are two surfers fighting over a girl, who have challenged each other to ride the big wave.
  6. Hoedown: Shoplifting.
Winners: Ryan Stiles & Colin Mochrie.
Game: 90 Second Alphabet: Ryan, Drew & Colin are at the Kentucky Derby and have bet all their money on a race that's about to start, starting on "Q". Wayne hosts.
Credits: Ryan & Greg as a voice-over for a movie trailer.


12.17 ("208")

First Broadcast: December 16, 1999 - Intro
Brad Sherwood, Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
  1. Weird Newscasters: Brad - anchor "Chuck Flanksteak". Colin (co-anchor "Harry Lambshanks") - in the Tour de France, Wayne (sports presenter) - about to disturb a beehive, Ryan (weatherman "Chip Beefontoast") - fighting the inner urge to be a stripper.
  2. Duet: Dina the Thermostat Marketing Manager. Brad & Wayne (Teen 1950s song).
  3. Whose Line: Obi-Wan Kenobi (Ryan) is training Luke Skywalker (Colin) to be a Jedi knight.
  4. Party Quirks: Brad hosts. Wayne - entire halftime show at the Superbowl, Colin - has found Drew Carey's secret diary, Ryan - the tortoise and the hare racing.
  5. Scenes From a Hat: Rejected endings for the [blockbuster] movie 'Titanic', personal messages you'd like to see flying from the back of an airplane, bad songs to sing in prison, inappropriate first date greetings, what he's thinking while he's kissing you, bad parental motivational speeches.
Winner: Wayne Brady.
Game: Hoedown: Cable Company - Brad, Drew, Colin, Ryan. Wayne hosts.
Credits: Wayne as a general giving a gung-ho pep talk to his troops just before going into battle.


12.18 ("225")

First Broadcast: January 6, 2000 - Intro
Brad Sherwood, Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
  1. Superheroes: Mosquitoes everywhere. Brad - Super Rabbi, Ryan - Deathly Afraid Of Everything Man, Colin - Captain Cliche, Wayne - Uncoordinated Go-Go Girl.
  2. Film, TV & Theater Styles: Colin comes out of his house to find that Ryan, a truck driver, is dumping nuclear waste in his backyard. Soap Opera, Student Film, Animal Planet, South Park.
  3. Song Titles: In Las Vegas.
  4. Sound Effects: An ice hockey star arriving at the stadium for the big game. Colin acts, Ryan SFX.
  5. Telethon: Sitcom Stars - Ryan & Colin introduce, Wayne & Brad sing.
Winners: Wayne Brady & Ryan Stiles.
Game: Three-Headed Broadway Star: "These Aren't My Hips" from "Stretch Marks" - Wayne, Drew & Ryan. Colin 'hosts'.
Credits: Wayne & Ryan as two football coaches bawling out the players at halftime.


12.19 ("210")

First Broadcast: January 13, 2000 - Intro
Greg Proops, Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
  1. Weird Newscasters: Greg - anchor "Alarmingly Huge". Colin (co-anchor) - way too open about his personal problems, Wayne (sports presenter) - overzealous woman at a church revival meeting, Ryan (weatherman) - aggressive barfly being repeatedly ejected from a bar.
  2. Questionable Impressions: at a bus stop.
  3. Scenes From a Hat: Disconcerting tattoos to find on your girlfriend, unlikely cowboy songs, the worst thing to find in your parachute pack, things you shouldn't do after heavy drinking, questions you'd like to ask a Miss America contestant.
  4. Whose Line: The night before the crucial battle with the English, William Wallace (Colin) and his fellow warrior, Ryan realise that they're vastly outnumbered.
  5. Three-Headed Broadway Star: "They Threw It Away" from "Trashmen" - Wayne, Ryan & Colin.
Winner: Wayne Brady.
Game: Hoedown: Puberty - Greg, Drew, Colin, Ryan. Wayne hosts.
Credits: Greg & Wayne as two guys on a building site (? - cut by Ch. 9).


12.20 ("215")

First Broadcast: January 20, 2000 - Intro
Wayne Brady, Kathy Greenwood, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
  1. Questions Only: A wedding at a nudist colony.
  2. Sound Effects: In the wild west, tough new Sheriff Colin, on an urgent mission to clean up the town, arrives at the saloon. Colin acts, Ryan SFX.
  3. Props: Ryan & Kathy - foam hand shape, Colin & Wayne - green anchor shape.
  4. Newsflash: maggots. Kathy & Ryan anchor, Colin reports.
  5. Greatest Hits: Songs of the Attorney - Ryan & Colin introduce, Wayne sings.
Winners: Everybody but Wayne.
Game: Foreign Film Dub: "Bikini Jones" in Swedish. Drew & Kathy act, Ryan & Colin translate, Wayne hosts.
Credits: Wayne & Kathy as two cheerleaders at a national competition.


12.21 ("226")

First Broadcast: February 3, 2000 - Intro
Wayne Brady, Chip Esten, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
  1. Superheroes: Dry skin. Colin - Captain Obvious, Ryan - Captain Hyperactive Moth, Chip - The Jitterbug Boy, Wayne - Thinks Everybody's On Fire Man.
  2. Film, TV & Theater Styles: Ryan arrives at his ski lodge a day early, to discover his wife, Colin in the arms of amorous ski instructor Wayne. Western, Three Stooges, Cooking Show, South Park.
  3. Newsflash: people exercising. Chip & Ryan anchor, Colin reports.
  4. Duet: Tina, on vacation from Canada. Chip & Wayne (Bruce Springsteen).
  5. Party Quirks: Chip hosts. Wayne - a rescue on "Baywatch", Colin - trying to incite a mass riot, Ryan - Wile E. Coyote trying to catch Road Runner.
Winners: Wayne Brady.
Game: 90 Second Alphabet: Ryan, the pitcher, Drew, the catcher, and Colin the manager, are having an argument on the mound at a crucial point at a baseball game, starting on "E". Wayne hosts.
Credits: Ryan & Colin as two gangster squealers giving up names.


12.22 ("227")

First Broadcast: February 3, 2000 - Intro
Wayne Brady, Kathy Greenwood, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
  1. Weird Newscasters: Colin - anchor "Ollie Oxenfree". Kathy (co-anchor "Janisa") - Colin's spoiled bad-tempered teenage daughter, Wayne (sports presenter “Brick Bruck”) - having trouble mastering his jet pack, Ryan (weatherman “Sprinkly Days”) - lifer attempting a daring prison escape.
  2. Song Styles: Lee the Lunch Lady. Wayne (Strip-o-gram).
  3. Theme Restaurant: War Zone - business associates Colin & Kathy served by Ryan & Wayne.
  4. Narrate: Burger joint - Ryan & Colin.
  5. Scenes From a Hat: Senior citizen Olympic events, the number one thing that you shouldn’t lick, alternate endings to famous films, things that can spoil a date, Hillary Clinton’s recurring nightmare, things you should never ever ever say while making love, the first thing that Adam said to Eve.
Winner: Kathy Greenwood.
Game: Hoedown: Halloween - Wayne, Drew, Colin, Ryan. Kathy hosts.
Credits: Kathy & Ryan as two gossipy manicurists.


12.23 ("216")

First Broadcast: February 10, 2000 - Intro
Greg Proops, Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
  1. Weird Newscasters: Greg - anchor. Colin (co-anchor) - a puritan convinced Greg is a witch, Wayne (sports presenter) - a knight trying to rescue his damsel in distress, Ryan (weatherman) - dreams of starring in a Busby Berkeley musical.
  2. African Chant: Chris the Visual Effects designer. Wayne sings, Greg, Colin & Ryan sing backing.
  3. Scenes From a Hat: Public Service announcements you’ll never see, other gifts the three wise men considered, phrases you can use to describe a truck but not your girlfriend, odd things to hear from a talking doll, what doctors really see when they look in your ears, the title for Drew Carey’s second book.
  4. Scene With An Audience Member: Colin & Ryan are in the old west, arguing over Miss Kitty (audience member Marge the school teacher).
  5. Hats: World's Worst Dating Agency Video.
Winners: Colin Mochrie & Ryan Stiles?.
Game: 90 Second Alphabet: Colin & Drew try to talk old man Ryan out of his cave before a volcano erupts, starting on "Q". Wayne hosts.
Credits: Greg as a male stripper.


12.24 ("228")

First Broadcast: February 17, 2000 - Intro
Wayne Brady, Chip Esten, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
  1. Superheroes: Out of spam. Colin - Cheese Man, Ryan - Random Acts Of Violence Boy, Chip - Captain Limbo, Wayne - Captain Hugs-A-Lot.
  2. Title Sequence: Satan and the Schoolgirl. Wayne & Chip sing, Colin & Ryan act.
  3. Scenes From a Hat: Odd definitions found in Webster’s Dictionary, inappropriate things to do with a loved one’s ashes, bad things to say to someone on their deathbed, things you don’t want to see on your TV screen, prizes you’d like to find in your cereal box, bad songs to serenade her with, lines you should not open a sermon with.
  4. Narrate: Gas station - Ryan & Colin.
  5. Greatest Hits: Songs of the Pizza Place - Ryan & Colin introduce, Wayne & Chip sing.
Winners: Colin Mochrie & Ryan Stiles.
Game: 90 Second Alphabet: At a zoo, tourist couple Colin & Drew rush up to zookeeper Ryan to report that the animals are escaping, starting on "Q". Wayne hosts.
Credits: Chip & Wayne as two preachers haranguing the congregation about their many sins.


12.25 ("229")

First Broadcast: February 24, 2000 - Intro
Greg Proops, Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
  1. Superheroes: Too too hot. Greg - Chocolate Bunny Man, Ryan - Mimics Everyone Behind Their Back Boy, Colin - Captain Lounge Act, Wayne - Can’t Control His Legs Man.
  2. Sound Effects: A teenage boy goes on his first prom date. Colin acts, Ryan SFX.
  3. Song Styles: Lydia the Geographer. Wayne (M.C. Hammer).
  4. The Millionaire Show: German version. Greg - host, Ryan - contestant ("Hors Caller"), Wayne - audience member ("Uncle Schmidt"), Colin - phone-a-friend (brother "Hogan").
Winner: Greg Proops.
Game: Hoedown: You’re Ugly - Wayne, Drew, Colin, Ryan. Greg hosts.
Credits: Ryan & Colin as two crotchety old men yelling at people to get off their property.


12.26 ("230")

First Broadcast: March 2, 2000 - Intro
Brad Sherwood, Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
  1. Let's Make A Date: Wayne questions. Brad - in a 1960s beach movie, Colin - Dr. Jekyll desperate not to turn into Mr. Hyde, Ryan - going through all stages of marriage with the chooser.
  2. Scene to Rap: The Towering Inferno.
  3. Props: Brad & Ryan - clear plastic icicle/3-D tree shape, Colin & Wayne - red spheres with cone sticking out.
  4. Moving People: Superman (Ryan) is about to rescue Lois Lane (Colin) from the cliff where she is hanging.
  5. Greatest Hits: Songs of Football - Ryan & Colin introduce, Wayne & Brad sing.
Winner: Brad Sherwood.
Game: Questions Only: In an office where rumors are circulating - Wayne, Colin, Drew & Ryan. Brad hosts.
Credits: Brad & Colin accepting their Oscar.


12.27 ("231")

First Broadcast: March 9, 2000 - Intro
Greg Proops, Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
  1. Weird Newscasters: Greg - anchor "Twice Nightly". Colin (co-anchor) - trigger-happy hunter, Wayne (sports presenter "Snump Ninkley") - illustrates his report through dance, Ryan (weatherman) - gets his jacket caught in a moving ski lift.
  2. Song Styles: Amy & Christina the cross-country runners. Wayne (Backstreet Boys).
  3. Sound Effects: The only employee in a busy drive-thru fast-food place. Colin acts, Ryan SFX.
  4. Number Of Words: Ryan (1 word) is a World War II submarine captain, Colin (3 words) is the nervous first mate, and they are joined by Wayne (2 words), a lieutenant, who's discovered a German stowaway, Greg (5 words).
  5. Party Quirks: Greg hosts. Wayne - experiencing violent fluctuations in gravity, Colin - the history of warfare, Ryan - a vicious dog tied to a stake.
  6. Scene to Rap: Black Hole.
Winner: Wayne Brady.
Game: Hoedown: Bachelor Party - Greg, Drew, Colin, Ryan. Wayne hosts.
Credits: Greg & Colin as two carnival barkers luring people into the sideshow.


12.28 ("217")

First Broadcast: March 16, 2000 - Intro
Wayne Brady, Karen Maruyama, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
  1. Questions Only: A soap opera set in a plastic surgeon's office.
  2. Song Styles: Chanel the Polynesian Dancer. Wayne (love song speeding up).
  3. Sound Effects: On the day before her wedding, Colin, an overweight bride-to-be, realises she doesn't fit into her dress. Desperate, she goes to an exercise club. Ryan SFX.
  4. Newsflash: cowboys fighting dinosaurs. Karen & Ryan anchor, Colin reports.
  5. Scenes From a Hat: Circus acts that didn't make it, what penguins are really thinking, unlikely ways to impress women, bizarre ways to describe the taste of a wine, people you wouldn't want to meet at a nudist colony, dangerous things to do while driving, strange causes to raise money for, things that would cause a Drew Carey spit take.
  6. Motown Group: The Trash Taker-Outer Dance - Wayne, Colin & Ryan.
Winners: Ryan Stiles, Colin Mochrie & Karen Maruyama.
Game: Foreign Film Dub: "Sausage" in German. Drew & Karen act, Ryan & Colin translate, Wayne hosts.
Credits: Ryan & Karen as a news team covering a live car chase.


12.29 ("232")

First Broadcast: March 23, 2000 - Intro
Greg Proops, Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
  1. Let's Make A Date: Wayne questions. Greg - roommates from "The Real World", Colin - soap opera doctor desperate not to lose another patient, Ryan - nervous old woman accidentally boarding a roller coaster.
  2. Song Styles: Charlie the Maintenance Man. Wayne (TLC).
  3. Party Quirks: Greg hosts. Wayne - a bickering married couple, Colin - a fish from birth to fish stick in 30 seconds, Ryan - his nipples are chained to the host's hands.
  4. Improbable Mission: The laundry (Emir of Groovefunkistan's burnoose). Greg briefs, Colin & Ryan act.
Winners: Wayne Brady & Ryan Stiles.
Game: Three-Headed Broadway Star: "My Banana, Your Banana" from "The Monkeys Attack" - Wayne, Drew & Ryan. Colin 'hosts'.
Credits: Ryan a passenger on a long flight, Colin is sitting next to him and won't shut up.


12.30 ("233")

First Broadcast: March 30, 2000 - Intro
Brad Sherwood, Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
  1. Let's Make A Date: Wayne questions. Brad - frisky dog going rabid, Colin - world's ugliest man looking for action, Ryan - Quasimodo determined to rescue Esmerelda.
  2. Film, TV & Theater Styles: Ryan & Colin are two hikers on donkeys and are at each other's throats after three days lost in Echo Valley. Mystery, Silent, After-School Special.
  3. Props: Brad & Ryan - blue note shape, Colin & Wayne - two grey comb shapes.
  4. Newsflash: alligators. Colin & Brad anchor, Ryan reports.
  5. Greatest Hits: Songs of the Psychiatrist - Ryan & Colin introduce, Wayne & Brad sing.
Winner: Wayne Brady.
Game: World's Worst: nightclub act - Brad, Drew, Colin & Ryan. Wayne hosts.
Credits: Brad & Colin as two excitable reporters covering the arrivals at a big awards show.


12.31 ("234")

First Broadcast: April 6, 2000 - Intro
Wayne Brady, Denny Siegel, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
  1. Let's Make A Date: Denny questions. Wayne - Jar Jar Binks, Colin - disgruntled postal worker, Ryan - still hypnotized from last night's stage show.
  2. Sound Effects: A day in the life of a busy caveman. Colin acts, Ryan SFX.
  3. Props: Denny & Ryan - peach double-tombstone shape, Colin & Wayne - two yellow curves shapes with jagged teeth.
  4. Moving People: While tracking some dangerous outlaws, Tonto (Ryan) and The Lone Ranger (Colin) are ambushed by the outlaws.
  5. Hoedown: Bad Neighbors.
Winner: Ryan Stiles.
Game: Helping Hands: Ryan (Colin's hands) is a Green Beret teaching Drew how to survive in the wild and live off the land. Wayne hosts.
Credits: Colin & Wayne as two drill sergeants.


12.32 ("235")

First Broadcast: April 20, 2000 - Intro
Wayne Brady, Karen Maruyama, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
  1. Film, TV & Theater Styles: Ryan is a WWII pilot saying goodbye to his tearful girlfriend (Karen). Colin, his wounded co-pilot, promises to look after her. John Wayne, Gorilla Theatre, Pokemon, Monster Movie.
  2. Weird Newscasters: Colin - anchor "Les Miserables". Karen (co-anchor) - frisky granny with a crush on Colin, Wayne (sports presenter "Winky") - inept fireman called to an emergency, Ryan (weatherman "Stormy") - matador in a bullfight.
  3. Song Styles: Bob the Pastor. Wayne (TLC).
  4. Party Quirks: Karen hosts. Wayne - an episode of "Cops" in 30 seconds, Colin - thinks Karen is a malfunctioning vending machine, Ryan - cat going through all nine lives.
  5. The Millionaire Show: 1930s Gangsters. Colin - host "Phebus Regin", Ryan - contestant ("Bugsy Malone"), Karen - audience member (mother "Ma"), Wayne - phone-a-friend (the warden).
Winner: Karen Maruyama.
Game: Hoedown: Scary Wives - Wayne, Drew, Colin, Ryan. Karen hosts.
Credits: Karen & Wayne as two Whose Line fans waiting to meet the cast at the stage door.


12.33 ("214")

First Broadcast: April 27, 2000 - Intro
Wayne Brady, Chip Esten, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
  1. Weird Newscasters: Colin - anchor "Colin Themarines". Chip (co-anchor "Smiley Dick") - high-energy game show host, Wayne (sports presenter "Wink Winkley") - sadistic marine drill sergeant, Ryan (weatherman "Happy") - gets hit in the crotch with a football.
  2. Scene to Rap: Exorcist.
  3. Props: Ryan & Chip - yellow foam pom-poms, Colin & Wayne - pink foam circles with poles.
  4. Newsflash: harem with bellydancers. Chip & Ryan anchor, Colin reports.
  5. Greatest Hits: Songs of the Doctor - Ryan & Colin introduce, Wayne & Chip sing.
Winners: Colin Mochrie, Wayne Brady & Ryan Stiles.
Game: Questions Only: Desperate soldiers trapped behind enemy lines - Drew, Wayne, Colin & Ryan. Chip hosts.
Credits: Ryan & Chip as two square dance callers.


12.34 ("218")

First Broadcast: April 27, 2000 - Intro
Brad Sherwood, Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
  1. Let's Make A Date: Wayne questions. Brad - Dracula with an insatiable appetite, Colin - desperate middle-aged housewife looking to spice up her life, Ryan - having a big fight with his boyfriend backstage.
  2. Newsflash: elephant seals. Brad & Colin anchor, Ryan reports.
  3. Title Sequence: Hillary and Monica. Brad & Wayne sing, Colin & Ryan act.
  4. Whose Line: Ugly hunchback Quasimodo (Ryan) has just rescued and taken to his bell-tower the beautiful French gypsy girl Esmerelda (Colin) as an angry mob forms outside.
  5. Scenes From a Hat: The secret double lives of Whose Line cast members, posts you'll never see on a church bulletin board, America's least popular monuments, strange chants overheard while jumping rope, what models say to each other as they pass on the runway, documentary subjects you'll never see.
Winner: Brad Sherwood.
Game: Hoedown: Probation Officer - Wayne, Drew, Colin, Ryan. Brad hosts.
Credits: Everbody as two neighbouring families arguing over the fence.


12.35 ("236")

First Broadcast: May 4, 2000 - Intro
Brad Sherwood, Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
  1. Weird Newscasters: Brad - anchor "Chester Moistmuffins". Colin (co-anchor "Lionel Hotbiscuits") - the world's most tactless man, Wayne (sports presenter "Sizzling Baconpan") - RuPaul, Ryan (weatherman "Flaky Croissants") - has the hots for a different person every 10 seconds.
  2. Film Dub: "Planning a 5-year-old's birthday party" - Ryan, Colin & Brad.
  3. Questionable Impressions: on a freeway.
  4. Narrate: Barbershop - Ryan & Colin.
  5. Greatest Hits: Songs of the Plumber - Ryan & Colin introduce, Wayne & Brad sing.
Winners: Ryan Stiles & Colin Mochrie.
Game: 90 Second Alphabet: Three roommates (Ryan, Colin & Drew) watching the lottery numbers come on TV, starting on "X". Wayne hosts.
Credits: Wayne & Ryan as two angry drivers stuck in traffic.


12.36 ("219")

First Broadcast: May 4, 2000 - Intro
Wayne Brady, Chip Esten, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
  1. Superheroes: No more Rogaine. Colin - Captain Hair, Ryan - Totally Insane Old Man, Chip - The Chippendale Kid, Wayne - Captain Frat Boy.
  2. Let's Make A Date: Chip questions. Wayne - possessed girl from "The Exorcist", Colin - cantankerous snowman who is melting, Ryan - destructive toddler learning to walk and talk.
  3. Duet: Funnel. Chip & Wayne (1940s Tap Dance).
  4. Whose Line: Davy Crockett (Colin) and Jim Bowie (Ryan) about to make their last stand at the Alamo and Colin is losing his nerve.
  5. Scenes From a Hat: Bad game show concepts, things you never want to hear your grandmother say, pickup lines in the fruit & vegetable aisle, personal ads that won't get many responses, people you'll never see on the cover of Playboy, modern additions to the Ten Commandments, if dogs told jokes, favourite pranks of E.R. doctors.
Winner: Chip Esten.
Game: Props: Ryan & Drew - large white funnel, Wayne & Colin - large red lightbulbs. Chip hosts.
Credits: Colin as Captain Hair.


12.37 ("237")

First Broadcast: May 11, 2000 - Intro
Brad Sherwood, Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
  1. Film, TV & Theater Styles: Ryan & Wayne are two lumberjacks clearing a forest to make way for a new freeway, encountering a protestor (Colin) who has chained himself to a tree. Highschool play, Xena, after-school special, mime, performance art.
  2. Film Dub: "Waiting for the call to action" - Ryan, Colin & Brad.
  3. Quick Change: The President (Ryan) is meeting with an army general (Brad) in a crisis situation. Colin is the President's wife. Wayne calls change.
  4. Motown Group: Do the Lumberjack - Wayne, Ryan & Brad.
  5. If You Know What I Mean: Back to school - Brad, Colin & Ryan.
  6. Greatest Hits: Songs of the Wrestler - Ryan & Colin introduce, Wayne & Brad sing.
Winner: Wayne Brady.
Game: Props: Ryan & Drew - orange chicken feet, Brad & Colin - grey box with black tubes through it. Wayne hosts.
Credits: Ryan & Colin as two police officers on megaphones trying to contain a crowd.


12.38 ("238")

First Broadcast: May 18, 2000 - Intro
Wayne Brady, Denny Siegel, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
  1. Questions Only: Produce section of a supermarket on singles night.
  2. Film, TV & Theater Styles: Ryan & Wayne are two guys in a sauna, Colin, a mob hit-man, finally catches up with them. Science Fiction, game show, 70s hippie flick, cartoon, porno.
  3. Scenes From a Hat: Songs that kill the romance, things not to bring into the bathtub, confusing battle cries, albums doomed to be flops, least likely to win the 2000 Presidential race, the stupidity awards show, inopportune times to laugh hysterically.
  4. Old Job, New Job: Colin & Denny are getting married, Ryan is the minister who used to be a New York cop.
  5. Greatest Hits: Songs of the Private Eye - Ryan & Colin introduce, Wayne sings.
Winner: Denny Siegel.
Game: Hoedown: Game Show Hosts - Wayne, Drew, Colin, Ryan. Denny hosts.
Credits: Denny & Colin as two parents who've had it with their kids.


12.39 ("239")

First Broadcast: May 18, 2000 - Intro
Wayne Brady, Chip Esten, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
  1. Film, TV & Theater Styles: Colin & Ryan, who are stealing dinosaur bones from an exhibit, are interrupted by the night watchman, Wayne. Chick flick, Keystone Cops, workout video, porn, golf show.
  2. Duet: Katie the Hoagie Yoagie Worker. Chip & Wayne (Boy Band).
  3. Song Titles: At a beach party.
  4. Newsflash: Whose Line highlights of Colin Mochrie. Ryan & Chip anchor, Colin reports.
  5. Hoedown: Plastic Surgery.
Winner: Ryan Stiles, Colin Mochrie & Wayne Brady.
Game: Foreign Film Dub: "Out And About" in Canadian. Drew & Wayne act, Ryan & Colin translate, Chip hosts.
Credits: Everybody as French Can-Can dancers.