Hello and welcome to Whose Line Is It Anyway? the improvisation program, and providing the spontaneous combustion tonight we have:

  • First of all, from the Comedy Store Players, Josie Lawrence, with a face that's launched a thousand quips
  • Paul Merton, with a face that expresses anything up to two emotions
  • Julian Clary, whose face is so beautiful it could almost be painted
  • Mike McShane, whose face is now home to Basil Brush

Ladies and gentlemen, the contestants.


  • Film and Theater Styles
    • Performers: Julian and Paul
      • Scene: Door-to-door salesman
      • Styles: Greek tragedy, Disney, Berkoff, Pirate movie
    • Performers: Josie and Mike
      • Scene: One suspects the other one is having an affair
      • Styles: Australian soap, Twin Peaks, Old-time musical
  • Film Dubbing
    • Performers: Paul and Julian
    • Scene: An escort agency
    • Film: Stingray (1964)
  • Interview
    • Interviewer: Julian
      • Style: Fan-zine
      • Mike - Julius Caesar
  • Song Styles
    • Singers: Mike and Josie
    • Musician: Richard
    • About: Electric drills
    • Styles: Reggae (Mike) and Heavy metal (Josie)
  • Alphabet
    • Performers: Julian and Paul
    • Scene: Somebody being arrested
    • Starting letter: A
  • Gospel
    • Musician: Richard
    • About: Sewing


  • Paul Merton


  • Winner reads the credits in the style of a taxi driver