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Hello and welcome to Whose Line Is It Anyway?, the improvisational program where the participants think up brilliant and entertaining line just on the spur of the moment, or sometimes just after the moment has passed, when it's just too late. Pitching their witticisms against the games tonight we have:

  • First of all, doctor, comedian, and goodie-goodie, Graeme Garden, here in the flesh to prove that his body matters
  • Then Jan Ravens who provides some of the voices for the rubbery satire of Spitting Image and all the voices in her own acting roles
  • Then from Los Angeles we have George McGrath, currently regarded as one of the funniest performers in America, at least by people who haven't seen Senator Dan Quayle in action yet
  • Finally, actor, writer, comedian, impressionist, scholar, academic, wit, raconteur, and president of the John Sessions Fan Club, John Sessions

Ladies and gentlemen, the contestants.

Games

  • Authors
    • Graeme - J. B. Priestly
    • Jan - Pam Ayres
    • George - Dr. Roget, the thesaurus guy
    • John - D. H. Lawrence
    • Title: The Sleeping Beauty
  • Story
    • Title: A Day in the Life of a Rubber Duck
    • Moral: A rolling stone gathers no moss
  • Party Quirks
    • Host: Graeme
    • George - An alien
    • Jan - Thinks it's her house
    • John - A leprechaun
  • Every Other Line
    • Performers: John and Graeme
    • Play: Hay Fever by Noel Coward
    • Scene: Pilot talking to someone in Mission Control
    • End Line: "Don't accept lifts from a stranger."
  • Film Dubbing
    • Performers: Jan and George
    • Scene: Two people the morning after a heavy night before
  • American Musical
    • About: Puberty, Making a cup of tea, and Coming to see a television show recorded

Winner

  • Jan Ravens

Credits

  • Winner reads the credits in the style of Paula Yates

Gallery

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