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Episode Guide

Clive's Intros - Series Ten

10.01 / 10.02 / 10.03 / 10.04 / 10.05 / 10.06 / 10.07 / 10.08 / 10.09 / 10.10C / 10.11C
(C = Compilation)


10.01 - Details

"Welcome to Whose Line is it Anyway? in Hollywood, the improvisation show which makes Melrose Place look over-rehearsed. But as we are here in Hollywood, we feature the movie star good looks of Brad Sherwood. Plus we introduce the rock star good looks of Wayne Brady. Then the knitting catalogue good looks of Colin Mochrie. And finally, the porn star acting talents of Ryan Stiles. Ladies and gentlemen, the contestants!"


10.02 - Details

"Welcome to Whose Line is it Anyway?, the improvisation show which makes the sinking of the Titanic look like a mishap in a boating lake, and knocks the the Full Monty into a cocked hat. And featuring tonight, the finely chiselled features of Greg Proops. And introducing the fresh faced charms of Phil LaMarr. And re-introducing the bare faced cheek of Colin Mochrie. And finally at least the two faces of Ryan Stiles. Ladies and gentlemen, the contestants!"


10.03 - Details

"Welcome to Whose Line is it Anyway?, the improvisation show which has been described as the biggest thing to hit Los Angeles since the last earthquake... and about as popular. And featuring tonight, somebody who is as popular in England as he is in Guatemala, Greg Proops. Then someone who is as at home in serious drama as she is in improvised comedy, Karen Maruyama. And then someone who is at home in his house, as he is in his garage, Colin Mochrie. And finally someone who is at home in situation comedy, as he is in this improvised tragedy, Ryan Stiles. Ladies and gentlemen...!"


10.04 - Details

"Hello, welcome to Whose Line is it Anyway? In Hollywood, when all the skills of drama, music, acting and mime are turned into half an hour of low-rent television. As we feature tonight, the man who is to comedy what gin is to cocktails, Patrick Bristow. Plus, the man who is to acting what tea is to Britain, Wayne Brady. Then a man who is to improvisation what viagra is to Bob Dole, Colin Mochrie. And finally the man who is to television what prozac is to manic depressives, Ryan Stiles."


10.05 - Details

"Welcome to Hollywood and welcome to Whose Line is it Anyway?, the improvisation programme which does to comedy what El Nino does to global weather. And featuring tonight, he's young, he's keen, he's eager to please, in fact he's the perfect intern, Greg Proops. Then with reassuringly sincere looks of a crooked politician, Brad Sherwood. Then with the appearance of a dodgy witness no-one's going to believe, Colin Mochrie. And finally the national guardsman who'll say anything if he's paid enough, Ryan Stiles. The contestants!"


10.06 - Details

"Welcome to Whose Line is it Anyway? In Hollywood, yes, we've come to the town of megabucks and megabudgets to do our usual economy priced programme. And we're featuring tonight, the friendliest thing to come out of Arizona since the diamond-backed rattlesnake, Greg Proops. Then the most intoxicating thing to come out of Canada since Seagram's Whisky, Catherine O'Hara. Then the biggest splash in Canada since the Niagara Falls, Colin Mochrie. And finally the tallest thing in America outside of the NBA, Ryan Stiles. Ladies and gentlemen, the contestants!"


10.07 - Details

"This is so exciting, welcome... welcome to Whose Line is it Anyway? In Hollywood, yes, we're coming from the home of global entertainment, a television studio. And improvising tonight, we have first someone who's spent a long time in England, but is now back here where he belongs, at any rate according to the British Immigration Service, Greg Proops. Then a relative newcomer to the show, from Los Angeles, Phil LaMarr. Then an absolute oldcomer to the show, our favourite Scottish-Canadian-American superstar, Colin Mochrie. And finally our good old country boy now scratching a living in these Beverly Hills, Ryan Stiles. Ladies and gentlemen, the contestants!"


10.08 - Details

"Hello, welcome to Whose Line is it Anyway?, the improvisation show which has been compared to Titanic. That's not the movie, the sinking ship. Featuring tonight the thinking woman's Leonardo Di Caprio, Brad Sherwood. Then the modern woman's Leonardo Da Vinci, Wayne Brady. Then from Canada, the cheerful woman's Leonard Cohen, Colin Mochrie. And finally the clean living woman's Lenny Bruce, Ryan Stiles. Ladies and gentlemen, the contestants!"


10.09 - Details

"Hello, welcome to Whose Line is it Anyway?, the improvisation show which features more crazy showbiz stars than the Hollywood chapter of the Scientologists. Featuring tonight, someone who was a fantastic success the last time he was on the show, unless I'm thinking of someone else, Brad Sherwood. Then someone who lives in New York and Los Angeles, which sounds like a very big house to me, Debra Wilson. Then somebody famous throughout the civilised world, and Canada, Colin Mochrie. And finally the man whose name is synonymous with Ryan Stiles, Ryan Stiles. Ladies and gentlemen, the contestants!"


10.10 (Compilation) - Details

(Clive is lying on a lilo/mattress in a swimming pool in flippers, suit & tie, with girls on banana lounges in the background)
"Hello and welcome to Whose Line is it Anyway? in Hollywood, now amidst all the relaxation of southern California, we've still managed to film far too many items to fit into our regular show, so we've pieced together some of the magic moments from our recordings that we think you'd like to see. Here we go, hope you enjoy it. Bye!"


10.11 (Compilation) - Details

(Clive in front of a high-up view of the Los Angeles skyline at nighttime)
"Well, here in Los Angeles, we recorded so much good stuff we couldn't fit it all into our regular programmes. So here's a compilation of some of the best bits we didn't want to throw away. It's fantastic, here we go."