Whose Line Is It Anyway?: Season 4 (2001 - 2002)

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Air date: Sep 6, 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. Players include Ryan Stiles, Colin Mochrie, Wayne Brady, Jeff Davis and host Drew Carey.

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Air date: Sep 6, 2001

Games include "Props"; "Living Scenery"; and a round of "Song Styles" that finds Wayne Brady crooning to a fitness trainer from the audience. Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles, Kathy Greenwood. Drew Carey hosts.

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Air date: Sep 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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Air date: Sep 20, 2001

An improvisational-comedy showcase featuring a panel of performers in unrehearsed sketches.

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Air date: Sep 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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Air date: Oct 3, 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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Air date: Oct 4, 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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Air date: Oct 4, 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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Air date: Oct 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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Air date: Oct 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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