Whose Line Is It Anyway? Season 5

Season 5

Whose Line Is It Anyway? Season 5

First Air Date: September 09, 2002

First Aired on    :   2002
Episodes    :   34 episodes



Episodes

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5x34 Chip Esten (September 05, 2003)


In "Hollywood Director," town sheriff Ryan has finally caught the fugitive gunslinger Chip and puts him in jail, but Wayne comes in as a member of Chip's gang, and Colin gives them the styles of falling in love with each other and product testimonials. In "Improbable Mission," Wayne is the voice on the tape informing secret agents Colin and Ryan that they must go shopping at the grocery store. In "Scenes From A Hat," the scenes are "bad times to use the athletic butt slap," "topics of conversation that always ruin dinner parties," "what the Whose Line? cast will ask Santa for this Christmas," and "things your waitress can say that can be misconstrued as sexual." In "Greatest Hits," Colin and Ryan sell Songs of Pregnancy, with songs performed by Wayne and Chip. Chip wins, so the rest join Drew for a game of "Props."


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5x33 Greg Proops (September 05, 2003)


A round of “Hats” has the gang seeking clients for the world's worst dating service; audience members wind up playing “Let's Make a Date.”


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5x32 Jeff Davis (August 29, 2003)


Instead of points, the players win $100 for winning rounds, which include a pair of pop divas duking it out during “Weird Newscasters”; “Scenes from a Hat”; and “Greatest Hits.”


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5x31 Brad Sherwood (August 22, 2003)


Games include “Hollywood Director,” with Ryan Stiles and Wayne Brady as Arctic explorers; and a round of “Two-Line Vocabulary” set in the wild, wild west. Also: Colin Mochrie tries to figure out who he is in “Press Conference.”


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5x30 Greg Proops (August 15, 2003)


Highlight include: Make A Monster Dubbing Scenes From A Hat Greatest Hits: Songs of Sci-Fi Aritificial Winner - Wayne Brady Drew Game - World's Worst: Things to say or do on your 1st day in prison Credits Roll - Greg reads the credits as a dancing monkey.


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5x29 Kathy Griffin (August 08, 2003)


Game 1 Press Conference: Colin as the 1st man to make love on the moon. Game 2 Sound Effects: Audience members Valerie and Anne help Ryan and Colin storm Frankenstein Castle Game 3 Irish Drinking Song: Graduation Game 4 Party Quirks Game 5 Helping Hands: It's Kathy's wedding and Colin and Ryan are the wedding planner Artificial Winner: Colin Drew Game Themed Restaraunt: The Wizard Of Oz Credits Roll - Kathy Griffin as the waitress at a late night coffee shop running down the items on the menu to a table full of drunks & everyone else as the drunks.


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5x28 Greg Proops (August 08, 2003)


Game 1 - Scene To Music: Ryan, a gung-ho pest exterminator, bursts in on the hotel room of Colin and Wayne, a newlywed couple. Game 2 - Scenes From A Hat: Famous Film Roles As Played By Scooby-Doo If Welcome Signs In European Countries Were Truthful Things You Don't Want You Hear Your Grandmother Singing About What The First Fight Between A Man And A Woman Was About Game 3 - Song Styles: Wayne sings as Prince to a guest contortionist with an unusual name. Game 4 - Changed Letter: B to W Greg, the team doctor, is treating the star basketball player, Wayne. Colin, a reporter, has come in to interview Wayne, when Ryan, the coach, bursts in to stop him. Game 5 - Living Scenery: Ryan, Colin, Wayne, and the contortionist as Arctic explorers on a race to the North Pole encounter each other at a different icehole. Game 6 - Hats/Dating Service Video Artificial Winner: Wayne Brady Drew Game - Sports Casters: Drew and Greg commenting on competing office workers Ryan and Colin Credit


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5x27 Brad Sherwood (August 01, 2003)


Highlights include: Game 1 - Hollywood Director Colin, as usual, is the director Ryan and Wayne, two gold miners Brad, the bandito who has come to rob them. Directions from Colin: do the scene backwards do the scene full of lust for each other include as many "Your momma!" jokes as possible. Game 2 - If You Know What I Mean Brad and Colin are customers at a diner where Ryan is their waitress Penultimate game - Greatest Hits Songs Of Weddings including the B-52's singing Cash Bar. Artificial Winner - Wayne Drew Game - Helping Hands Drew is a high school student being taught lessons in French culture by Ryan, with the helping hands of Colin. Credits Roll - Wayne and Colin are trained seals being fed by Brad and Ryan.


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5x26 Jeff Davis (July 25, 2003)


Games include “Let's Make a Date”; “Hoedown”; “Scenes From a Hat”; and “News Flash.” Also: a round of “Greatest Hits.” The ensemble features Wayne Brady, Colin Mochire, Ryan Stiles and host Drew Carey.


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5x25 Chip Esten (July 25, 2003)


Games include “Superheroes,” with Colin as Mad Cow Man; a round of “Living Scenery”; “Scenes from a Hat”; and Wayne and Chip serenading belly-dancing twins with a “Duet.”


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5x24 Brad Sherwood (July 18, 2003)


Batman (Colin Mochrie) and Robin (Ryan Stiles)require sound effects from the audience. Mochrie, Stiles and Brad Sherwood are foul-mouthed auto mechanics. And host Drew Carey goes to the zoo.


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5x23 Kathy Greenwood (July 18, 2003)


In a round called “Number of Words,” the players can only speak so many lines of dialogue, all from ”The Wizard of Oz.” Players include Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie and Ryan Stiles.


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5x22 Chip Esten (July 11, 2003)


Highlights include a “Hoedown” about the Man of Steel; a round of “Hollywood Director” set in a prison; and a musical bit, in which Colin, Ryan and Wayne serenade their favorite “Bartender.”


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5x21 Greg Proops (July 11, 2003)


Colin and Ryan play sorority girls with unusual athletic abilities in “Sportscasters”; Colin goes psycho as an unstable flight attendant in “Let's Make a Date”; Wayne croons to a female bodybuilder in “Song Styles.”


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5x20 Greg Proops (June 27, 2003)


Greg Proops tries to get his groove on in a round of “Weird Newscasters.” Also: “Scenes from a Hat”; “Film Dub”; “Party Quirks”; and “World's Worst Dating Service Video.” Other players include Colin Mochrie and Ryan Stiles.


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5x19 Kathy Griffin (June 27, 2003)


David Hasselhoff drops by for a round of “Song Styles” with Wayne; and a game called “Dubbing,” in which he plays (what else?) a lifeguard. Also: “News Flash” and “Two-Line Vocabulary.” Other players include Ryan Stiles, Colin Mochrie and host Drew Carey.


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5x18 Brad Sherwood (June 20, 2003)


Games include “Press Conference,” featuring Colin Mochrie as Batman; and a round of “All in One Voice,” which finds the guys channeling a piggy puppet to serenade one another. Wayne Brady, Ryan Stiles and host Drew Carey also perform.


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5x17 Greg Proops (June 20, 2003)


Exercise maven---and frequent punchline--- Richard Simmons joins the guys for a round of “Living Props” and sweats to the ditties during a disco-themed “Song Styles.” Also: “Multiple Personalities” and “Newsflash.”


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5x16 Brad Sherwood (April 10, 2003)


Wayne Brady loses more than his shirt at a casino, and plays both Michael Jackson and James Brown in a “celebrity death match.” Also: the Blues Brothers sing to a sign-language interpreter; and host Drew Carey joins in a “Hoedown” about growing up.


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5x15 Kathy Griffin (April 03, 2003)


Guest Kathy Griffin plays a teenage groupie. Also: Wayne Brady as Don King promoting an “improve your sex life” video; Ryan Stiles as a David Copperfield wannabe.


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5x14 Chip Esten (January 24, 2003)


Games include Wayne as a whole family of acrobats in “Let's Make a Date”; and Ryan as the star of “Drew Carey, The Musical.” Also: A round of “Dubbing”; “Scenes From a Hat”; and “Props.” Other players include Colin Mochrie and host Drew Carey.


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5x13 Kathy Greenwood (January 17, 2003)


Games include “Quesions,” “Party Quirks,” “Helping Hands” and “Hoe Down.” Also: a round of “Helping Hands.” Players include Ryan Stiles, Kathy Greenwood, Colin Mochrie, Wayne Brady and host Drew Carey.


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5x12 Greg Proops (January 10, 2003)


Talk-show ringleader Jerry Springer gets in on the fun. Colin Mochrie, Wayne Brady, Ryan Stiles. Drew Carey is the host.


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5x11 Brad Sherwood (December 20, 2002)


Skits include a party with a diverse guest list (a safari guide and a nudist among them), and a scandal-plagued wedding. Also: host Drew Carey sings about marriage. Performers include Ryan Stiles, Colin Mochrie, Wayne Brady and Brad Sherwood.


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5x10 Greg Proops (December 06, 2002)


Games find Greg Proops looking for love in “Let's Make a Date”; Wayne Brady riffing on Tom Cruise movies in “Scene to Rap”; and host Drew Carey playing the “World's Worst” psychiatrist. Also: “Scenes from a Hat.” Ryan Stiles and Colin Mochrie also play.


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5x09 Chip Esten (November 29, 2002)


In "Superheroes," Stinky Man (Colin) tries to solve a dead possum in his parking spot with his friends Giggling Nipple-Tweak Man (Ryan), Captain Luau (Chip), and Temper Tantrum Kid (Wayne); "Scenes from a Hat" are "disturbing people to get a lap dance from," "unfortunate times to sneeze," "jobs where you shouldn't kid around," and "the Munchkins: What are they doing now?"; "Stand, Sit, Lie" comes back after a three-season hiatus, with expectant mother Ryan is cared for by flirtatious midwife Wayne, with Colin the nervous husband; in "Party Quirks," Chip tries to guess various acts getting booed off the stage during Amateur Night at the Apollo (Wayne), a bomb squad member who received a tip that there are bombs in people's pants (Colin), and a series of ugly sea creatures swimming up to the cameras (Ryan); after finding humor in Drew nearly choking himself with a breath mint, the show continues with "Show-Stopping Number," featuring Ryan, Colin, and Wayne in a factory.


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5x08 Brad Sherwood (November 15, 2002)


Former WWF wrestler Joanie Laurer (“Chynna”) takes on the gang in a round of improv games.


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5x07 Greg Proops (October 28, 2002)


A Halloween-themed round of games, including “Make a Monster” and “Helping Hands.” Ryan Stiles, Colin Mochrie, Wayne Brady and Drew Carey.


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5x06 Kathy Greenwood (October 21, 2002)


Games include a round of “Questions Only” dedicated to queries about “The Wizard of Oz”; “News Flash”; “Song Styles”; and a sexed-up “Sesame Street”-inspired rendition of “Scenes from a Hat.” Ryan Stiles, Colin Mochrie, Wayne Brady and Drew Carey.


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5x05 Greg Proops (October 07, 2002)


Games include “Scenes from a Hat,” “Song Styles,” “Multiple Personalities” and “Props.” Regulars include Ryan Stiles, Colin Mochrie and Wayne Brady.


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5x04 Brad Sherwood (September 30, 2002)


Florence Henderson drops by for a round of “Duet” and a game in which words containing the letter L are forbidden. Featuring Ryan Stiles, Colin Mochrie and Wayne Brady. Drew Carey is the host.


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5x03 Brad Sherwood (September 23, 2002)


Games include a round of “Props” with host Drew Carey; and “Awards,” with Brad Sherwood and Wayne Brady as presenters at a function honoring frat boys. Also: “Scenes from a Hat.” Ryan Stiles and Colin Mochrie also appear.


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5x02 Kathy Griffin (September 16, 2002)


Kathy Griffin and former Miss America Katie Harmon drop in for a few rounds of “Song Styles,” “Hollywood Director” and “Scenes from a Hat.” Also: “Living Scenery.” Wayne Brady, Ryan Stiles, Colin Mochrie and Drew Carey.


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5x01 Whoopi Goldberg (September 09, 2002)


Whoopi Goldberg drops in for some improv games. Cast regulars include Ryan Stiles, Colin Mochrie, Wayne Brady and host Drew Carey.




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