Whose Line Is It Anyway?
Whoes line (US)

Air date

October 7, 1999



Episode #


Episode 2-04


Episode 2-06


The Points Don't Matter, Just Like...

  • Saying Your Luggage Has Been With You Since You Packed It


  • Weird Newscasters
    • Co-Anchor: Chip is in the middle of a Broadway musical
    • Sportscaster: Wayne is Drew's No1. Teenage Fan
    • Weatherman: Ryan is desperate to quell rumours that he's gay
  • Duet
    • Wayne and Chip sing a song to Connie, The Receptionist at a Doctor's Office, in the style of a Jump 'n Jive song.
  • Scenes from a Hat
    • Baseball Umpires at Home
    • Ill Advised Valentine's Day Gifts
    • Favourite Pranks of Nuns
    • Other Things The First Man On The Moon Mights 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
  • Whose Line?
    • Ryan is Rhett Butler, and Colin is Scarlett O'Hara. Rhett Finally Tells Scarlett That He Is Leaving
  • Hoedown
    • Men
  • Questions Only
    • Scene: Godzilla


  • Chip Esten


  • Ryan and Chip read the credits while Ryan tries to convince Chip that he's not gay.


Whose Line Is It Anyway? (US)
Seasons OneTwoThreeFourFiveSixSevenEightNineTen
Regular Performers Ryan StilesColin MochrieWayne BradyDrew CareyAisha Tyler
Recurring Performers Chip EstenGreg ProopsBrad SherwoodKathy GreenwoodJeff DavisKaren MaruyamaDenny Siegel

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