Good evening America and welcome to Whose Line Is It Anyway? On tonight's show:
- For deep-down cleansing, Wayne Brady
- Doesn't leave streaks, Chip Esten
- Just spray and go, Colin Mochrie
- Leaves the whole house smelling fresh, Ryan Stiles
I'm your host, Drew Carey. Come on down, let's have some fun.
- (Introduction reused in Episode 3-36)
The Points Don't Matter, Just Like...
- a Starbucks across the street from a Starbucks
- Colin - Dog Catcher Boy
- Ryan - Body Parts Constantly Falling Asleep Boy
- Chip - Captain Cossack
- Wayne - Tae Bo Kid
- Crisis: Pit bulls
- Singers: Chip and Wayne
- About: Phyllis, a housewife from Niagara Falls, Canada
- Style: The Bee Gees
- Scenes from a Hat
- Pick up lines that are doomed to fail
- Things to say that will always start a fight
- The shortest book ever written
- Disturbing sayings found on your grandmother's crocheted throw pillows
- What they really talk about in football huddles
- The newspaper headline you'd most like to see
- Whose Line?
- Performers: Colin and Ryan
- Scene: Colin is a distraught Maid Marian who tells Robin Hood, that's Ryan, that she can't take the strain of their relationship anymore
- "What time do the girls get here?"
- "Let's get naked and wrestle."
- "There's more than one way to stuff a turkey."
- "Stand back, this baby's gonna blow."
- Greatest Hits
- TV voiceover guys: Colin and Ryan
- Singers: Wayne and Chip
- Album: Songs of Women
- 1984 Police - "Hey, What's That?"
- Louis Jordan - "She's All Mine"
- Zydeco - "Hot Hot Fever, Cold Cold Chills"
- Three-Headed Broadway Star
- Performers: Wayne, Drew, and Ryan
- Musical: Killer Whale
- Song: "Don't Touch My Blowhole"
- Wayne Brady and Ryan Stiles
- Get to do a game with Drew
- Wayne and Chip read the credits as two old vaudeville performers