Hello and welcome to Whose Line Is It Anyway? and tonight we're looking forward to more than our fair share of fun, interest, excitement, and entertainment. Aah, but first we must record the program. On this week we have:

  • From America, Mike McShane, a very talented writer, comedian, actor, and winner of the Southern California Allcomers Cyril Smith lookalike contest
  • From the Comedy Store Players, Josie Lawrence, who on previous weeks has demonstrated her astounding singing, acting, and ad-libbing abilities, tonight I'm sure she'll be moving on to piano-playing, juggling and unicycling
  • Next Tony Slattery, who's also made several appearances on this show which have led to an immediate success for him in the form of appearance on this week's show
  • Finally, John Sessions, a many of many parts, most of which he'll be using in the course of the program tonight

Ladies and gentlemen, the contestants.


  • Authors
    • Mike - Louis L'Amour
    • Josie - The Brothers Grimm
    • Tony - Dr. Alex Comfort
    • John - William Faulkner
    • Title: Knight of the Crumpet
  • Film and Theater Styles
    • Performers: Josie and Mike
      • Scene: A wife who is trying to murder her husband
      • Styles: Russ Meyer, Film noir, Star Wars, Gilbert & Sullivan
    • Performers: Tony and John
      • Scene: Tony is having a dinner party, and has to pop next door to the neighbour to borrow some coffee
      • Styles: Documentary (stock exchange information film), Escape movie, Restoration comedy
  • Remote Control
    • Mike - Miami Vice
    • Josie - Treasure Hunt
    • Tony - Game for a Laugh
    • John - Floyd on Fish
    • Topic: Hedgehogs
  • American Musical
    • Musician: Richard
    • About: Playing football, Stopped by the police, and Waking up


  • Mike McShane


  • Winner reads the credits in the style of James Stewart