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Hello and welcome to this special compilation episode of Whose Line Is It Anyway? This is made up from bits and pieces which were too long, too short, or too late to fit in our regular program, but which we were too keen, too brave, or too mean to throw away. Anyway, I hope you enjoy it. Take it away, Clive.

Games

  • Duet
    • Singers: Mike and Josie
    • About: A stapler
    • Style: Love ballad
  • Tag
    • Performers: Sandi, Mike, Tony, and Colin
    • Starting positions: On hands and knees (Mike) and Driving a car (Sandi)
  • Song Styles
    • Singer: Josie
    • About: A rubber duck
    • Style: Punk rock with a hint of Gregorian chant
  • Film Dub
    • Performers: Sandi, Paul, and Mike
    • Scene: A door-to-door salesman
  • March
    • Performers: Tony, Sandi, Colin, and Mike
    • About: Surveyor

Welcome back. Now sometimes during our recordings, things go a bit haywire, even for an improvisation program. But, rather than let Dennis Norman get his hands on them, we're going to start this half with a few bits which weren't quite all right on the night.

  • Sandi, with Josie who can't remember the alphabet
  • Paul flubbing his delivery
  • Sandi and Paul making bald jokes about Clive
  • Mike kissing Tony on the lips
  • Song Styles
    • Singer: Mike
    • About: A banana
    • Style: American folk song
  • World's Worst
    • Person to be the last person in the world with
    • Performers: Josie, Greg, Jim, and Tony
  • Party Quirks
    • Host: Sandi
    • Jim - Magnetic
    • Paul - Can use words with only two syllables
    • Mike - Bodyguard
  • American Musical
    • Performers: Tony, Greg, Jim, and Josie
    • About: Girlfriend becoming pregnant, Got mugged, and Getting a job in television

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