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Mark's Guide to Whose Line is it Anyway?


Episode Guide

Clive's Intros - Series Eight

8.01 / 8.02 / 8.03 / 8.04 / 8.05 / 8.06 / 8.07 / 8.08 / 8.09 / 8.10 / 8.11 / 8.12 / 8.13C / 8.14C
(C = Compilation)


8.01 - Details

"Welcome to Whose Line is it Anyway?, the improvisation show where laughs flow like water in a Yorkshire water main, and just as unpredictably. Featuring tonight, your friend and mine, Stephen Frost; then your friend Greg Proops; then everybody's friend Colin Mochrie; and very much his own man Ryan Stiles. Ladies and gentlemen, the contestants!"


8.02 - Details

"Hello and welcome to Whose Line is it Anyway?, the improvisation show which does to comedy what Bill Clinton does to every girl he meets apparently. Featuring tonight the man of a thousand ideas, some of them his own, the multi-talented Greg Proops; then a man of a thousand voices, most of them other people's, the serial impressionist Rory Bremner; then a man of a million jokes, some of them understandable, the unique Colin Mochrie; and finally a man of a million television appearances, and that's just on this programme, the essential Ryan Stiles. Ladies and gentlemen, the contestants!"


8.03 - Details

"Hello and welcome to Whose Line is it Anyway?, the improvisation programme which has all the good taste of American hamburger and all the good sense of British beef. Featuring tonight after an extended period on loan to the Royal Shakespeare Company, Dame Josie Lawrence; then on a not very free transfer from Men Behaving Badly, Mistress Caroline Quentin; and then a man so talented he could only be named after a Shakespearean character, the Fool, Colin Mochrie; and then finally fresh from playing Hamlet, and several other brands of cigars, the Noble Lord of Seattle, Ryan Stiles."


8.04 - Details

"Hello and welcome to Whose Line is it Anyway?, and once again we promise another half an hour of tiptop entertainment, and who knows this time we might even deliver. But certainly tonight were going to be delivering the big man Steven Frost who stands head and shoulders above his chest; the great woman Caroline Quentin, who stands head, shoulders and chest, above her feet; then the boy wonder Colin Mochrie hailed as the funniest Canadian since Leonard Cohen; and finally this show's lucky pixie Ryan Stiles, the tallest contestant since Steve Frost. Ladies and gentlemen, the contestants!"


8.05 - Details

"Hello and welcome to Whose Line is it Anyway?, the improvisation programme which puts the performers on the spot and does require them to make a drama out of a crisis. Featuring tonight, America's answer to Chris Evans, Eric Morecambe and Elvis Costello, Greg Proops; then Britain's answer tonight to our troop of American improvisers, Niall Ashdown; then Canada's answer to the King of comedy, fashion and rakish good looks, Colin Mochrie; and finally, everybody's answer to who is Ryan Stiles, Ryan Stiles. Ladies and gentlemen, the contestants!"


8.06 - Details

"Hello and welcome to Whose Line is it Anyway?, the improvisation programme which is celebrated by all true connoisseurs of cheap television. Featuring tonight, an old favourite Greg Proops, the man who put the dud into dude; Caroline Quentin, a current favourite, acclaimed for her fantastic part in Men Behaving Badly; then everybody's favourite Colin Mochrie, well I don't know anybody else called Colin Mochrie; and finally the man whose name is synonymous with something that means exactly the same thing, Ryan Stiles."


8.07 - Details

"Hello and welcome to Whose Line is it Anyway?, the improvisation show where comedy is king, but unfortunately the constitution is republican. And we feature tonight, after Marjorie, the second most famous member of the Proops family, and Whose Line regular, Greg Proops; then at best the second cleverest priest in the comedy series Father Ted, stand up comedian and Whose Line newcomer Ardal O'Hanlon; and then from the second largest country in the world, Canadas own monster mirthmeister Colin Mochrie; and last but not second least, the funniest member of the Stiles family after Nobby, Ryan Stiles. Okay!"


8.08 - Details

"Hello and welcome to another brilliant, funny, exciting.... oh no, its Whose Line is it Anyway?. Featuring tonight the thinking woman's beefcake, the wonderful Stephen Frost; then the thinking woman's blind date, the fantastic Greg Proops; then the blind woman's hot date, the incredible Colin Mochrie; and finally Wonder Woman's idea of a seamless date, Ryan Stiles. Ladies and gentlemen, the contestants!"


8.09 - Details

"Welcome to a very special edition of Whose Line is it Anyway?, which is coming to you for the very first time unless youve seen it before or this is a repeat. Featuring tonight someone who was a very big hit the first time he was on the show, so weve rushed him back on what about a year later, Niall Ashdown; and then someone who was a complete flop the first time he was on the show but he does have a great agent, so once again the absolutely fabulous Stephen Frost; and then representing North America we have a map of Canada and the USA and the equally graphic Colin Mochrie; and finally the man without whom no edition of this programme would have him in it, Ryan Stiles."


8.10 - Details

"Hello and welcome to Whose Line is it Anyway?, the improvisation show which has done for comedy what Britain's done for beef. Starring tonight star of stage, comedy clubs, TV shows and beer advertisements, your own Stephen Frost; then star of soap opera, movies, and the Royal Shakespeare Company, our own Josie Lawrence; then star of Whose Line is it Anyway?, our very own Colin Mochrie; and finally the man who I've introduced more times than Ive had hot dinners, the meat and two vegetables that is Ryan Stiles."


8.11 - Details

"Welcome to Whose Line is it Anyway?, the improvisation show which does for comedy. Featuring tonight, Greg Proops, the best person to appear on the show tonight so far; and then the amn of a thousand voices most of them other peoples, the serial impressionist Rory Bremner; and then Colin Mochrie the best person called Colin Mochrie to appear on the show tonight; and finally Ryan Stiles the best person we could get at this short notice. Ladies and gentlemen, the contestants!"


8.12 - Details

"Hello and welcome to Whose Line is it Anyway?, the improvisation programme which has all the good taste of American hamburger and all the good sense of British beef. Featuring tonight after an extended period on loan to the Royal Shakespeare Company, Dame Josie Lawrence; then on a not very free transfer from Men Behaving Badly, Mistress Caroline Quentin, and then a man so talented he could only be named after a Shakesperian character, the Fool, Colin Mochrie; and then finally fresh from playing Hamlet, and several other brands of cigars, the Noble Lord of Seattle, Ryan Stiles."


8.13 (Compilation) - Details

"Hello and welcome to WLiiA?, and indeed welcome to another compilation edition, where we group together bits and pieces of recordings forced out of our regular shows due to shortage of time. Here we've got a whole half hour of excitement with those bits stitched together, let's enjoy it, here we go."


8.14 (Compilation) - Details

"Hello and welcome to WLiiA?, and it's compilation time. Yes, a selection of great moments in our recordings which for some reason didn't make it into our regular programs. Put together, they make a really excellent half hour. So here we go with thirty minutes of fun and excitement, plus an ad break in the middle."