Good evening everybody, and welcome to Whose Line Is It Anyway? On tonight's show:
- Up and at 'em, Wayne Brady
- The early bird gets the worm, Kathy Greenwood
- Rise and shine, Colin Mochrie
- Just gimme ten more minutes, Ryan Stiles
I'm your host, Drew Carey. Come on down, let's have some fun.
- (Introduction reused from Episode 5-06)
- Don't matter, just like
- The Los Angeles public school system
- Hollywood Director
- Director: Colin
- 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 and catches them at it
- Do it like fast-talkin' 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
- Performers: Wayne, Ryan, and Colin
- To: Jillian from the audience
- Song: "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
- Performers: Kathy, and Ryan with Colin's hands
- 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
- Pairs: Wayne and Colin, Drew and Ryan
- Kathy Greenwood
- The rest get to do a game of "Props"
- Wayne and Kathy read the credits as a couple looking at puppies in a pet-shop window, and Colin and Ryan are the puppies trying to get 'em to take 'em home
- Cece Worrall-Rubin is seen in the establishing shot, but is not credited and does not perform in the episode.