Whose Line Is It Anyway?
Whoes line (US)

Air date

January 10, 2003



Episode #



Episode 5-11


Episode 5-13


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

  • "Pro football in L.A."


  • Hollywood Director
    • The scene: Greg and Ryan are the leaders of rival biker gangs facing off in a dramatic race toward a cliff's edge in a game of chicken. As they begin, Greg's girlfriend Wayne rides in, trying to stop them, whatever it takes.
    • Colin's directions:
      • Do it like Gremlins.
      • Do it like you love the feel of carpet on your skin.
  • Newsflash
    • Ryan and Greg are newscasters in a studio and Colin is a field reporter.
    • The backdrop: Various episodes of The Jerry Springer Show.
  • Song Styles
    • Wayne sings a song to surprise guest Jerry Springer in the style of gospel.
  • Daytime Talk Show
    • Special guest Jerry Springer returned to the stage to host a show about Little Red Riding Hood.
    • Colin and Ryan are members of the public appearing on a show. Ryan plays the wolf and Colin plays Red.
    • Wayne and Greg are members of the audience who ask questions. Wayne plays the woodsman and Greg plays Red's grandfather.
  • Three-Headed Broadway Star
    • Wayne, Ryan, and Jerry Springer make up a Broadway love song about audience member Shannon one word at a time. The song begins, "I dream about your yarmulke."


  • Jerry Springer.


  • Everyone reads the credits as if they're backstage at The Jerry Springer Show.


  • Talk show host Jerry Springer appeared as a special guest.
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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