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Hello and welcome to Whose Line Is It Anyway? the improvisation program in which anything can happen, but usually doesn't unless it's off-camera or too late. But forming the brigade of guards in the battle of wits tonight we have:

  • First of all, Stephen Fry, the writer, actor, comedian, and egghead once described as a Renaissance man by somebody with a very poor idea of which century we're living in
  • Then Josie Lawrence, once described as a Renaissance man by somebody with a very poor eye
  • Next Enn Reitel, who shot to overnight success as TV's Lucky Jim in the 1970s and has been solidly out of work as an actor and impersonator ever since
  • Finally John Sessions, who as far as this show is concerned is absolutely irreplaceable, and goodness knows we've tried

Ladies and gentlemen, the contestants.

Games

  • Authors
    • Stephen - The 1001 Arabian Nights
    • Josie - Mary Shelley
    • Enn - Dashiell Hammett
    • John - Frank Richards
    • Title: The Day I Became a Merchant Banker
  • Story
    • Narrator: Stephen Fry
    • Title: Tarzan and The Lager Louts
    • Moral: Don't put all your eggs in one basket
  • World's Worst
    • Person to be or thing to say when being introduced to a member of the Royal Family
  • Couples
    • Performers: John and Enn
    • Scene: A fortune-teller and the customer
    • Couples: Dustin Hoffman and Laurence Olivier, Edward Fox and Donald Sinden, Sim Price and Alec Guinness, Sean Connery and Dame Edna, Fred Flintstone and Barney Rubble, Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev‎
  • Wrong Theme Tune
    • Performers: Stephen and Josie
    • Show: A documentary on contraception
  • Rap
    • About: Sheep

Winner

  • Stephen Fry

Credits

  • Winner reads the credits in the style of an American announcer

Notes

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