Whose Line Is It Anyway? Season 4

Season 4

Whose Line Is It Anyway? Season 4

First Air Date: September 06, 2001

First Aired on    :   2001
Episodes    :   31 episodes



Episodes

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4x31 Greg Proops (April 11, 2002)


Games include “Let's Make a Date” with Ryan as a horse whisperer and Wayne as a visually impaired rapper; “Film Dub”; “Props”; and “Songs of the Retirement Album.” Colin Mochrie and Drew Carey also play.


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4x30 Greg Proops (March 28, 2002)


Featured: “Weird Newscasters,” with Wayne as a possessed Girl Scout; “Scenes from a Hat”; “Action Replay”; and “Hockey Player Hoedown.” Other players include Ryan Stiles and Greg Proops. Host: Drew Carey.


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4x29 Kathy Greenwood (March 14, 2002)


Games include “Living Scenery,” “Scenes from a Hat” and a Latin-flavored round of “Hollywood Director.” Also: Wayne Brady dips into the “Song Styles” of James Bond themes to serenade an audience member. Kathy Greenwood and Colin Mochrie also perform.


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4x28 Brad Sherwood (March 07, 2002)


Games featured: “Weird Newscasters”; ”Scenes From a Hat”; “Two-Line Vocabulary” and “Greatest Hits”.


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4x27 Brad Sherwood (February 12, 2002)


Brad Sherwood plays a witch-hunter in a round of “Let's Make a Date,” then helps Wayne serenade an audience member with a “Duet.” Also: “Hoe Down”; “Scenes From a Hat”; and “Title Sequence.” Other players include Ryan Stiles and host Drew Carey.


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4x26 Greg Proops (February 12, 2002)


Games include a round of “Hats,” a musical ode to college in “Greatest Hits” and a bit of “Weird Newscasters” about a kinky news anchor. Players include Greg Proops, Wayne Brady and host Drew Carey.


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4x25 Chip Esten (February 07, 2002)


Games include a round of “Superheroes,” with Colin as Tacky Shirt Man; a Backstreet Boys-themed “Hoe Down”; “Scenes from a Hat”; “Newsflash”; and a version of “Sound Effects” that finds Colin and Ryan trying their best to be English knights. Drew Carey hosts.


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4x24 Brad Sherwood (January 31, 2002)


“Awards Show” finds the guys mounting a toast to alcoholics; Wayne and Brad “Duet” to impress guest Hugh Hefner's Playboy lady friends, who also join in for a round of “Living Scenery.” Drew Carey hosts.


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4x23 Greg Proops (January 24, 2002)


Games include “Multiple Personalities,” with the gang jumping from Scooby Doo to Richard Simmons to John Wayne; and a round of “Superheroes.” Players include Colin Mochrie, Wayne Brady and Ryan Stiles. Drew Carey hosts.


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4x22 Kathy Greenwood (January 24, 2002)


A round of “Questions Only” uncovers the truth about a famous fairy tale maiden; “Song Styles” has Wayne Brady rapping to a pool cleaner in the audience; and host Drew Carey leaves his desk for a batch of “Props.”


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4x21 Kathy Greenwood (December 19, 2001)


Colin and Ryan play peculiar parents in a game of “Meet the Family”; “Song Styles” finds the cast doing a number on a number from “West Side Story”; and Wayne battles voodoo in a round of “Weird Newscasters.” Drew Carey hosts.


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4x20 Brad Sherwood (December 13, 2001)


Colin Mochrie helms a pet-store movie scene in a round of “Hollywood Director”; Wayne Brady plays a talk-show guest in “Party Quirks”; and the guys get some help from Drew during a sketch called “Helping Hands,” about an uppity soda jerk. Ryan Stiles also appears.


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4x19 Chip Esten (December 12, 2001)


Colin Mochrie helms a pet-store movie scene in a round of “Hollywood Director”; Wayne Brady plays a talk-show guest in “Party Quirks“; and the guys get some help from Drew during a sketch called “Helping Hands,” about an uppity soda jerk. Ryan Stiles also appears.


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4x18 Chip Esten (December 05, 2001)


Wayne is an excited Japanese tourist and Ryan plays Bigfoot in “Weird Newscasters”; and Colin and Ryan are on a secret car wash called “Improbable Mission.” Other games include a secret-hair-transplant song titled “Irish Drinking Song.” Ryan Stiles, Colin Mochrie.


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4x17 Brad Sherwood (November 28, 2001)


Games include “Two-Line Vocabulary,” with Colin as a suspicious submarine skipper; and a round of “Quick Change” featuring Brad and Ryan as Western misfits. Also: “Scenes from a Hat.” Wayne Brady and Drew Carey also appear.


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4x16 Jeff Davis (November 22, 2001)


Games include “Infomercial,” with Colin and Ryan pitching a hair-removal serum; a cowboy rendition of “Questions Only”; and a round of “Greatest Hits” featuring Wayne and guest player Jeff Davis on an ode to road bikes. Drew Carey hosts.


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4x15 Brad Sherwood (November 21, 2001)


A “salute to television” edition features a guest performance by “Your Show of Shows” side-splitter Sid Caesar; and a segment honoring TV's first dog, Lassie. Regulars include Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles and host Drew Carey.


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4x14 Whoopi Goldberg (November 14, 2001)


Whoopi Goldberg plays along for a round of “Hollywood Director” about a famous Notre Dame hunchback; and receives a serenade from Wayne Brady, who borrows Tina Turner's “Song Styles.” Also: “Scenes from a Hat” and a “Foreign Film Dub.” Drew Carey, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles.


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4x13 Greg Proops (November 07, 2001)


Ryan messes up a waitering gig in a round of “Hollywood Director”; and Chip Esten croons with Wayne Brady in a heavy-metal “Duet” to an unsuspecting audience member. Other players include Colin Mochrie and host Drew Carey.


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4x12 Kathy Greenwood (October 25, 2001)


Games include “Weird Newscasters,” “Song Styles” and a musical “Greatest Hits” from Wayne Brady. Also: Drew and the cast perform a “Just Got Arrested Hoedown.” Regulars include Ryan Stiles, Colin Mochrie and Wayne Brady.


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4x11 Greg Proops (October 18, 2001)


Brad Sherwood plays a short-tempered cook in “Let's Make a Date”; and Wayne Brady channels an overactive TV set during “Party Quirks.” Other games include “Hoedown,” “Scenes from a Hat” and “Three-Headed Broadway Star.” Ryan Stiles, Colin Mochrie and Drew Carey.


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4x10 Brad Sherwood (October 17, 2001)


Colin tries to figure out his own occupation during a “Press Conference.” Also: a “Show Stopping Number” in a vet's office; “Scenes from a Hat”; and a “Hoedown” with a medical slant. Other players include Ryan Stiles, Wayne Brady and host Drew Carey.


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4x09 Chip Esten (October 10, 2001)


“Hollywood Director” finds Wayne Brady striking a pose as female supermodel and Chip Esten as her unhappy hubby. Also: rounds of “Song Titles,” “Scenes from a Hat” and a heavy-metal “Duet.” Other players include Colin Mochrie and Ryan Stiles. Drew Carey hosts.


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4x08 Kathy Greenwood (October 04, 2001)


Games include a round of “Film, TV and Theatre Styles,” with the guys taking on kids' shows, Westerns and Shakespeare. Also, Wayne Brady and Chip Esten perform an impromptu theme song for a new sitcom. Other players include Ryan Stiles and Colin Mochrie. Drew Carey hosts.


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4x07 Brad Sherwood (October 04, 2001)


Games include “Let's Make a Date,” “Party Quirks” and “Scenes from a Hat.” Also: Drew joins the cast for a “Family Reunion Hoedown.” Regulars include Ryan Stiles, Colin Mochrie and Wayne Brady.


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4x06 Kathy Greenwood (October 03, 2001)


Ryan Stiles yuks it up as a cowboy-influenced weatherman in “Weird Newscaster.” Also: “Party Quirks” and “Newsflash.” Other players include Colin Mochrie, Wayne Brady and host Drew Carey.


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4x05 Chip Esten (September 27, 2001)


Games include Wayne Brady 'n a spoof of 'N Sync for a round of “Let's Make a Date”; an audience serenade during “Duets.” Also: “Doo Wop”; “Party Quirks”; and “Scene to Rap.” Ryan Stiles, Colin Mochrie, Drew Carey.


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4x04 Kathy Greenwood (September 20, 2001)


"Questions Only" sees romance break out at a luxurious European health spa; Ruth and Lisa provide "Sound Effects" for Ryan and Colin, two American GIs attempting an escape from a German World War II POW camp; "Scenes from a Hat" include "original rejected poses for the Mona Lisa"; "Songs of James Bond." Kathy wins, so the rest sing the Got Arrested "Irish Drinking Song."


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4x03 Chip Esten (September 20, 2001)


Highlights include “Weird Newscasters” with a cowboy and a synchronized swim team; “Narrate,” a film noir scene set in a bike shop; “Duet,” in which a duo serenade Merrilee, the pet photographer; “The Blind Date Hoedown,” and “Three-Headed Broadway Star,” in which Drew, Wayne and Ryan sing “I Love You for Your Shoes” to an audience member.


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4x02 Kathy Greenwood (September 06, 2001)


Games include “Props”; “Living Scenery”; and a round of “Song Styles” that finds Wayne Brady crooning to a fitness trainer from the audience.


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4x01 Jeff Davis (September 06, 2001)


The improv comedy begins with a round of “Props,” “Sound Effects” and a hilarious “Doo Wop” segment about a woman who falls victim in a taxidermy tragedy.




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