3.39 Episode #407

Drew Carey with Brad Sherwood, Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles, Laura Hall at the piano, Linda Taylor, and Cece Worral-Rubin accompanying

LET’S MAKE A DATE – Brad is the contestant with Wayne as a violently jealous woman who keeps catching people making eyes at her boyfriend Colin, Colin as the severed head of an evil genius kept alive in a lab launching his plans for world domination, and Ryan as a castaway who washes up on the Whose Line set and must use whatever he finds to survive.
TWO-LINE VOCABULARY – Colin is a doctor performing a life or death operation on an important mob boss, with Ryan as the anesthesiologist and Brad as the nurse. Brad can only say either “Is it always that big?” or “I don’t think that’s a good idea” and Ryan can only say “Run that by me again” or “Who needs this?”
GREATEST HITS – Ryan and Colin host Wayne and Brad singing songs of Las Vegas, including “I Dropped My Chips in Your Nuts” (AC/DC), “High Roller Hooker” (Bluegrass), and “Roulette of Love” (Supremes).
WORLD’S WORST – The worst Super Bowl halftime show for Wayne, Drew, Colin and Ryan.
CREDITS – Ryan as Tom Hanks in Cast Away with Colin as his volleyball friend Wilson.

Taped: February 9, 2001      Sister Shows: #419, #424

3.38 Episode #308

Drew Carey with Wayne Brady, Kathy Greenwood, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles, Laura Hall at the piano, and accompanied by Linda Taylor

WEIRD NEWSCASTERS – Colin hosts with co-host Kathy having had too many drinks after lunch has lost all her inhibitions, sportscaster Wayne is an ugly hillbilly desperate for someone to accept his marriage proposal, and weatherman Ryan is Indiana Jones in the middle of a hair raising quest.
SONG STYLES – Wayne sings to Chris, the computer game reviewer in the style of Britney Spears.
ACTION REPLAY – Wayne and Kathy are newlyweds who fight and make up with Colin and Ryan then imitating their physical movements.
PARTY QUIRKS – Kathy hosts with Wayne as a man talking faster as he gets more attracted to someone, Colin as a increasingly frustrated French pig hunting everywhere for truffles and Ryan as Carol Channing whose head keeps getting stuck to things. (During the game, Ryan slams his head against the side of Drew’s desk breaking a neon light)
HOEDOWN – Wayne, Drew, Colin and Ryan sing the “wrestlers” hoedown.
CREDITS – Ryan as Carol Channing while the other three pull glass out of his head.

Notes: This episode was preempted twice. It was replaced on May 24 by a Whose Line rerun mini-marathon and again on May 31 for the Stanley Cup Finals Game 3.

Rating:      Taped: September 16, 2000      Sister Shows: #336, #420

3.37 Episode #410 "The 100th Episode"

Drew Carey with Greg Proops, Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles, Laura Hall at the piano, Linda Taylor, and Cece Worral-Rubin accompanying

NUMBER OF WORDS – Ryan (4 words) is Luke Skywalker, Greg (2 words) is Darth Vader, Wayne (5 words) is Londo and Colin (3 words) is various other Star Wars characters. (Laura Hall accidentally makes her drum machine go three times faster catching the others by surprise. This is also the first time we hear Laura talk on the show.)
SONG STYLES – Wayne sings to Howard the engineer in the style of the Village People with Greg, Colin and Ryan backing him up.
SHOW-STOPPING NUMBER – Colin, Ryan and Wayne are accountants.
SCENES FROM A HAT – All four do things you can say about the food you eat but not about your girlfriend, what President Bush does in the Oval Office when he’s all by himself, a brief glimpse into the dreams of Colin Mochrie, statements that will get bleeped by the censor, and outtakes from the first 100 episodes of Whose Line.
HOEDOWN – Wayne, Drew, Colin and Ryan do the “100th show” Hoedown.
CREDITS – All four read the credits when the Whose Line 100th show celebration turns ugly.

Rating:      Taped: March 9, 2001      Sister Shows: #418, #427, #710

3.36 Episode #344

Drew Carey with Wayne Brady, Chip Esten, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles, Laura Hall at the piano, Linda Taylor, and Cece Worral-Rubin accompanying

WEIRD NEWSCASTERS – Colin hosts with co-host Chip a surfer dude looking for the ultimate ride, sportscaster Wayne being sucked into a black hole and weatherman Ryan a shipwrecked survivor spotting a possible rescue plane.
SOUND EFFECTS – Colin is Noah quickly building an ark before the storm hits with Ryan providing his sounds.
SONG TITLES – All four are on a road trip across America.
FILM TV & THEATER STYLES – Two security guards at a nuclear power plant, Ryan and Wayne, become alarmed when a suspicious stranger, Colin, has gained entry into a highly secure area in the styles of melodrama, Australian soap, Shakespeare, and Spaghetti Western.
MOTOWN GROUP – Wayne, Chip and Ryan sing about taking a shower.
HOEDOWN – Chip, Drew, Colin and Ryan sing the “talk shows” hoedown. (During the taping they also did a “censorship” hoedown, which is why Colin’s and Ryan’s hoedowns sound different)
CREDITS – Ryan and Colin as two newspaper vendors reading the headlines.

Notes: This episode was taped during the 1999-2000 season.

Taped: September 18, 1999      Sister Shows: #211, #228

3.35 Episode #339

Drew Carey with Wayne Brady, Kathy Greenwood, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles, Laura Hall at the piano, Linda Taylor, and Cece Worral-Rubin accompanying

HOLLYWOOD DIRECTOR – Colin directs Kathy as a frustrated wealthy woman who has called over pool boy Ryan and Wayne as her jealous husband riding in on a stallion in the styles of Baywatch, over-caffeinated, and supermodels.
INFOMERCIAL – Colin and Ryan are trying to sell weight loss solutions.
ACTION REPLAY – Colin and Ryan try to mimic the body actions of Kathy and Wayne as 2 honeymooners in a hotel room who see a mouse.
GREATEST HITS – Colin and Ryan host Wayne singing songs of the racecar driver.
PROPS – Drew and Ryan vs. Colin and Wayne.
CREDITS – Kathy as a whiny 1930’s gangster girlfriend and Colin as her boyfriend.

Taped: September 23, 2000     Sister Shows: #311, #337, #712

3.34 Episode #343

Drew Carey with Wayne Brady, Kathy Greenwood, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles, Laura Hall at the piano, Linda Taylor, and Cece Worral-Rubin accompanying

LET’S MAKE A DATE – Kathy is the contestant with Wayne as a pro-wrestler, Colin is turning into a frisky rabbit, and Ryan is a Neanderthal caveman defrosting.
FILM TV & THEATER STYLES – Police chief Colin arrives at a shooting range to find his wife, Kathy, cozying up to shooting instructor, Ryan in the styles of Three’s Company, Teletubbies, Blair Witch Project, Western, and Pokemon.
MOTOWN GROUP – Wayne, Colin and Ryan sing “Do the Dogfeeder”.
PARTY QUIRKS – Kathy hosts the party with Wayne as great baseball fielding moments in slow motion, Colin as a crazed hairdresser desperate to restyle everyone’s hair, and Ryan as a spider that slips into an emptying bathtub.
THREE-HEADED BROADWAY STAR – Wayne, Ryan and Colin sing “I Lost My Legwarmers” from the Broadway show “Memorabilia”.
90-SECOND ALPHABET – Ryan, Drew and Colin are camping when Colin gets bitten by a rattlesnake.
CREDITS – Wayne, Kathy, Colin and Ryan as melodramatic actors on ER.

Notes: This episode was taped during the 1999-2000 season.

Taped: October 18, 1999      Sister Shows: #215, #227

3.33 Episode #338

Drew Carey with Wayne Brady, Chip Esten, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles, Laura Hall at the piano, and accompanied by Linda Taylor

SUPERHEROES – The crisis is no more Bee Gees with Colin as Disco Boy, Ryan as Captain Hummingbird, Chip as the Lap Dance Kid and Wayne as the Barroom Brawler.
DUET – Chip and Wayne sing to Chris, the accountant’s assistant, in the style of a line dance.
SCENES CUT FROM A MOVIE – All four do scenes cut from Braveheart, The Exorcist, Free Willy, and Star Wars.
GREATEST HITS – Colin and Ryan host songs of the cowboy sung by Chip and Wayne.
HOEDOWN – Chip, Drew, Colin and Ryan sing the “plastic surgery” hoedown.
CREDITS – Chip and Wayne are two blues singers riffing in a bar.

Taped: July 30, 2000      Sister Shows: #303, #322, #421