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12/09/04 - 13.02 added.
29/08/04 - 13.01 ("Best of") added. Small updates over the last month.
04/07/04 - 12.38 and 12.39, completing the guide for series 12. Now only 3 more years to catch up! :)
30/06/04 - New site address - www.whoseline.net
Note that this change has resulted in the reset of the counter and guestbook.
07/06/04 - 2001 Twiglets Results complete. Please contact me if you still have a log of the IRC ceremony.
11/02/04 - New look site.
Smaller pages should improve loading times and reduce "bandwidth limit" issues.
Spelling corrections, text, link, quote updates. Old online games listed.
Former site appearances can be seen on the Twiglet Awards pages.
Still to come: more US series guides, store update, forum archives, pictures, cast page,
work through e-mailed corrections, 2001 Twiglets ceremony transcript if the logs still exist (send 'em if you got 'em!)
May 01 - Dec 2003 - 125,000 hits
22/03/00 - 100,000 hits
30/06/99 - 50,000 hits
24/06/98 - 10,000 hits
The pilot was recently taped for a new WB show called "Green Screen". The show features a cast including
Drew, Colin, Brad, Jeff, Chip, Greg, Kathy Kinney, Jonathan Mangum, Sean Masterson, and Ryan Stiles (as a guest for the pilot). The format of the show has typical WL games played in front of a green screen - or
actually an entire green set. In post-production an animation house will replace the green screen with
relevant backgrounds and props for the scene, using animation techniques such as 2-D, 3-D, CG, stop-motion
The series was given the go-ahead and the series should air Thursdays in WB's fall lineup.
Green Screen WB page
Colin Mochrie.com news and pilot taping report.
'New' episodes and repeats are screening on Thursday nights from 8-9 PM on ABC, moving to Saturdays at
10 PM from July 31. This results from ABC clearing out the last of the backlog from old tapings,
including episodes which were preempted from their original screenings, and some extra episodes squeezed
from series 3.
There are no plans for more tapings at this stage. Contact ABC and ask for new episodes!
Recent series have featured a number of guest stars joining in
for individual games, perhaps intended to add more variety to the three-regulars format.
Appearances included Sid Caesar (gibberish lawyer translation game) and Lassie (credits), Chyna from WWF (Song Styles), Richard Simmons (Living Scenery), Jerry Springer (Serenade, 3 Headed Broadway Star,
Dubbing, Talk Show), Hugh Hefner with some playboy bunnies (Song Styles, Living Scenery), and that other
Brady, Florence Henderson (Song Styles, Dubbing).
New taping dates would be posted on Audiences Unlimited, though booking
should be done via phone or mail addresses (only last minute extra tickets are likely to show up on the
Pictures from the WhoserCons can be found on
Mochrie's site amongst others. For
convention news, check out the website or the
Con 1999 was held June 25-27, 1999 in Pitman Hall at the Ryerson International Convention Centre in
Toronto, with a late-announced guest appearance by Colin Mochrie. WhoserCon 3 was in Toronto Jun 30
- July 2 2000, with a Greg IRC chat, WhoserCon 4 in 2001 and 5 in 2002.
- Colin Mochrie, Brad Sherwood, Phil Lamarr and Debra Wilson appear in the movie "Jane White is Sick And Twisted".
- The Doctor Who audio adventure "Death Comes To Time", featuring Stephen Fry and John Sessions is available on CD, also see the BBC website.
Pictures of John and Tony can be found in the recent "Doctor Who: Regeneration" book, as they auditioned for the telemovie. Pictures of John and Stephen are in book of the making of Ghormenghast.
- The Comedy Store Players, Josie Lawrence, Andy Smart, Paul Merton, Richard Vranch,
Neil Mullarkey, Lee Simpson and Jim Sweeney perform with special guests Sundays & Wednesdays at London's Comedy Store.
- The Really Spontaneous Theater Company with Jim Meskimen perform Rock-U-Mockumentary 10 PM Saturdays during October at the ACME Comedy Theatre in Hollywood.