Whose Line Is It Anyway?
Whoes line (US)

Air date

February 28, 2005



Episode #



Episode 7-12


Episode 7-14


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

  • "The Los Angeles public school system."


The scene: Hunky plumber Ryan has finished up installing a new shower when frisky housewife Kathy insists on testing it with him. Kathy's outraged mother Wayne makes a dramatic entrance.

    • Colin's directions:
      • Do it like fast-talking gangsters from a 40s film noir.
      • Do it like you have giant butts.
      • Do it like it's a violent, slow-motion shootout.
  • Three-Headed Broadway Star
    • Wayne, Ryan, and Colin sing a Broadway love song to audience member Jillian. The first line of the song is, "I can't stop thinking about your pants."
  • Scenes from a Hat
    • What the Queen of England is really saying to the people in the greeting line.
    • What Lassie was really trying to tell everyone.
    • People you wouldn't want to go on an intergalactic flight with.
    • If adults settled disputes the way kids do.
    • If songs were written about life's most embarrassing moments.
  • Helping Hands
    • Ryan and Kathy act out a scene, with Colin providing Ryan's hands.
    • The scene: Kathy has gone to visit her Austrian pen pal Ryan and he wants to impress her by taking her out on a romantic Alpine picnic.
  • Props


  • Kathy Greenwood


  • Wayne and Kathy read the credits as a couple looking at puppies in a pet-shop window, while Colin and Ryan are the puppies trying to get taken home.


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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