Whose Line Is It Anyway?
Whoes line (US)

Air date

March 7, 2002



Episode #



Episode 4-27


Episode 4-29


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

  • "Pamela Lee's IQ."


  • Weird Newscasters
    • Anchor: Brad
    • Co-anchor: Colin (A psycho hitchhiker getting a ride with Brad.)
    • Sports: Wayne (A very enthusiastic bikini car wash girl looking for shiny surfaces to clean.)
    • Weather: Ryan (Hollywood's most demanding, temperamental star trying to give an award-winning performance.)
  • Scenes from a Hat
    • If human doctors acted like animal doctors.
    • The good news and the bad news.
    • Refreshingly honest statements that could earn you a black eye.
  • Two Line Vocabulary
    • The scene: An army captain (Colin) is looking for two volunteers to go on a dangerous mission.
    • Brad can only say "That's easy for you to say" and "Is that good?"
    • Ryan can only say "What are those?" and "I'm sorry, I wasn't listening."
  • Greatest Hits
    • Colin and Ryan pitch the compilation album "Songs of the Flight Attendant."
      • Tom Petty - "You Can't Use the First Class Can"
      • A flapper song, "Don't Call Me a Waitress"
      • Trash - "Do You Want Meat or Fish?"
  • Foreign Film Dub
    • Drew and Wayne dubbed a Swedish movie that the audience titled Meatballs Blow Up. Ryan dubbed Drew and Brad dubbed Wayne.


  • Colin Mochrie.


  • Ryan reads the credits as a temperamental Hollywood star trying to give an award-winning performance.


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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