Good evening everybody and welcome to Whose Line Is It Anyway? On tonight's show:

I'm your host, Drew Carey. Come on down, let's have some fun.

The Points

  • Are useless, just like...
    • A degree from an online university
  • Don't exist, like...
    • A real lesbian in a lesbian chat room


  • Film TV and Theater Styles
    • Performers: Ryan, Colin, and Wayne
    • Scene: Colin is a witch hunter and he's about to burn Ryan at the stake for being a witch, Ryan being a young woman, Wayne is her boyfriend, a farmer who has come to plead for her life
    • Styles: Real World, Masterpiece Theatre, Latin American game show, Barney, Crocodile Hunter
  • Duet
    • Singers: Chip and Wayne
    • About: A dishwasher
    • Style: Jitterbug
  • Party Quirks
    • Host: Chip
      • Wayne - Scene-stealing extra showing he can play the other parts better
      • Colin - Has brought a date covered in chocolate body paint and he's licking it off
      • Ryan - Baseball player trying to steal his way home
  • Greatest Hits
    • TV commercial pitchmen: Ryan and Colin
    • Singers: Wayne and Chip
    • Album: Songs of the Cowboy
    • Songs:
      • Early vaudeville - "Hock Ptui Ding"
      • Simon & Garfunkel - "The Sounds of Stirrups"
      • Run DMC - "You Yellow-Bellied Lily-Livered Oooh [Mother]"


  • All these guys, it's a three-way tie, and Wayne, it's a four-way tie


  • Colin reads the credits as a jilted bride left at the altar being comforted by his bridesmaids