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Hello and welcome to Whose Line Is It Anyway? the improvisation program. Now this edition of the show is not a normal one, it's compiled from parts of the ten or so recordings which have not been broadcast. Each week some of the most entertaining bits of the shows have had to been cut in the interest of time, or balance, or for one any number of reasons that I can only just pretend to understand. Well, "waste not, want not" is the motto of Channel 4, or do I mean "taste not, watch not?" So this week and next we feature some of the magic moments of the recordings that have been saved from the cutting room floor. So why don't you just sit back and enjoy them, or start to write a letter of complaint, or whatever you do normally during the program? Here we go.

Games

  • Film and Theater Styles
    • Performers: Josie and Paul
      • Scene: Returning a faulty purchase
      • Styles: German expressionism, Hammer horror, Whitehall farce, and Disney
    • Performers: John and Archie
      • Scene: A jealous husband coming home and discovering the other man with a lover
      • Styles: A Rambo movie, Greek tragedy, Kung Fu
  • Every Other Line
    • Performers: Jonathan and Paul
    • Play: Robin Hood: The Truth Behind the Green Tights
    • Scene: Having a TV fixed
    • End line: "It's only cotton wool."
  • Song Styles
    • Singer: Josie
    • About: Toothbrush
    • Style: Gospel 
  • Film Dub
    • Performers: Stephen and Josie
    • Scene: A couple discussing how to decorate a room
  • Party Quirks
    • Host: Tony
    • Josie - Hears voices
    • Mike - Kissogram
    • John - Cub Scout leader
  • Opera
    • Performers: John, Josie, Paul, and Archie
    • About: Going to work as a guard on the Northern Line, Making instant mashed potato, and Smoking

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