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US Season 2 Episode Summaries

Below is a list of episodes that I have reviewed for this season. I have used the numbering system from Dean Bedford's site for easy reference. And just in case you don't have his episode numbers memorized, I've also given a listing of the players and games for the episode. To read the full review, just click on the episode number.

157
Cast: Wayne Brady, Chip Esten, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles, and Drew Carey
Let's Make a Date: Chip = contestant; Wayne = characters from "South Park"; Colin = in a medieval dungeon being tortured for information; Ryan = vulture looking for the ultimate feast
Three Headed-Broadway Star: Wayne, Ryan, and Colin sing "Timber" from "Lumberjacks in Love"
Props: Wayne and Colin = 2 large pink plastic stuffed cylinders with a wooden dowel at one end; Chip and Ryan = 2 medium-sized lawn shuttlecocks with bulbs at the head
Sit, Stand, Lie: Wayne has talked her boyfriend, Colin, into coming into Ryan's tattoo parlor
Greatest Hits: songs of the dentist; Ryan and Colin sell; Chip and Wayne sing
Hoe-down: car salesmen; Chip, Drew, Colin, and Ryan
Credits: Colin = angry school bus driver

161
Cast: Wayne Brady, Chip Esten, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles, and Drew Carey
Weird Newscasters: Colin = anchor; Chip (co-anchor) = in the middle of a Broadway musical; Wayne (sports) = Drew's No. 1 teenage fan; Ryan (weather) = desperate to quell rumors that he's gay
Duet: Chip and Wayne sing to Connie, a doctor's receptionist, in the style of jumping jive
Scenes From A Hat: [scenes: baseball umpires at home; ill-advised Valentine's Day gifts; favorite pranks of nuns; other things the first man on the moon might have said; opening lines to foreign national anthems; lines you wouldn't hear in a Western; rejected Jeopardy categories; people who won't be appearing on currency any time soon]
Whose Line: Ryan = Rhett Butler; Colin = Scarlett O'Hara; Rhett finally tells Scarlett that he's leaving
Hoe-down: men; all four
Questions Only: Godzilla; Drew, Wayne, Colin, and Ryan
Credits: Ryan trying to convince Chip that he's not gay

164
Cast: Wayne Brady, Josie Lawrence, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles, and Drew Carey
Let's Make a Date: Josie = contestant; Wayne = strict overbearing schoolmarm; Colin = uptight model on her first erotic model shoot; Ryan = frat boy showing off to friends in the audience
Film and Theater Styles: Colin and Josie can't keep their hands off each other as they check into a hotel run by sinister Ryan [styles: soap opera, kung fu, evangelist and Blair Witch Project]
Newsflash: Ryan and Josie anchor while Colin reports in front of snakes
Weird Newscasters: Colin = anchor; Josie = characters from Shakespeare; Wayne = caught on treadmill going out of control; Ryan = baseball player who needs a home run in order to win the World Series
Duet: Josie and Wayne sing to Kenny the Machinist as punk rockers
Foreign Film Dub: Colin translates Josie; Ryan translates Drew doing the Vodka Express in Russian
Credits: Wayne and Josie as two drunk girls discussing what the boys have said about them

168
Cast: Wayne Brady, Chip Esten, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles, and Drew Carey
Let's Make a Date: Chip = contestant; Wayne = female American Gladiator; Colin = makes animal noises whenever he gets turned on; Ryan = angry farmer looking for person who slept with his daughter
Duet: Wayne and Chip sing to Derek a diesel warehouse foreman in the style of the Village People
Props: Wayne and Colin = a flat stick with an oval on top; Chip and Ryan = 2 pick inflated cylinders joined by a rope
Party Quirks: Chip = host; Wayne = early movie footage of King Kong vs. Godzilla; Colin = has a personal vendetta against the neighbors downstairs; Ryan = series of crunching football tackles in slow motion
Hoe-down: cop shows; all four
Three-Headed Broadway Star: Wayne, Drew, and Ryan sing "You Know How to Wiggle" from the musical "Worms"
Credits: Colin as a substitute teacher trying to get an unruly class under control

171
Cast: Wayne Brady, Denny Siegel, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles, and Drew Carey
Let's Make a Date: Denny = contestant; Wayne = outraged grandmother; Colin = Bad Stand up Comic fed up with audience; Ryan = has taken a powerful aphrodisiac by accident
Song Styles: Wayne singing about a blender in the style of the Temptations with back up from the others
Narrate: at an airport terminal
Weird Newscasters: Denny = anchor; Colin (co-anchor) = injected with dinosaur DNA; Wayne (sports) = Jerry Lewis; Ryan (weather) = cornered criminal looking to take a hostage
Scene to Rap: brain surgery; all four
Hoe-down: movie users with a second suggestion of pirates; Wayne, Drew, Colin, and Ryan
Credits: Wayne as an excited Spanish host of a variety show

172
Cast: Greg Proops, Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles, and Drew Carey
Change of Cast : Greg, Colin, and Ryan = prisoners breaking out of Alcatraz [styles = pro wrestlers, Baywatch lifeguards, catalogue models, weightless astronauts, New York cops and game show hosts]
Song Styles: Wayne sings to Mylie as Ray Charles
Props: Ryan and Colin; Greg and Wayne
Weird Newscasters: Greg = anchor; Colin (co-anchor) = voicing his inner thoughts; Wayne (sports) = being arrested; Ryan (weather) = a sumo wrestler
Moving People: Colin and Ryan are surfers riding a monster wave and fighting over a girl
Hoe-down: shoplifting; all four
90 Second Alphabet: Drew, Colin and Ryan have bet their money on a big race that's about to begin
Credits: Greg and Ryan = film trailer voiceovers

180
Cast: Wayne Brady, Chip Esten, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles, and Drew Carey.
Superheroes: crisis = out of Spam; Colin = Cheese Man; Ryan = Random Acts of Violence Man; Chip = Captain Limbo; Wayne = Captain Hugs A Lot
Title Sequence: Satan and the Schoolgirl; Ryan and Colin act; Wayne and Chip sing
Scenes from a Hat: [scenes: odd definitions found in Webster's Dictionary; inappropriate things to do with a loved one's ashes; bad things to say to someone on their deathbed; things you don't want to see on TV; prizes you'd like in a cereal packet; bad songs to serenade someone with; lines you shouldn't open a sermon with]
Narrate: at a gas station
Greatest Hits: songs of pizza; Ryan and Colin sell; Wayne and Chip sing
90 Second Alphabet: Ryan = zoo keeper; Colin and Drew = couple visiting zoo where animals are escaping
Credits: Chip and Wayne as preachers haranguing the congregation

185
Cast: Greg Proops, Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles, and Drew Carey
Let's Make a Date: Wayne = contestant; Greg = roommates from the Real World; Colin = soap opera doctor desperate not to lose another patient; Ryan = nervous old woman accidentally boarding a roller coaster
Song Styles: Wayne sings to Charlie the maintenance guy in the style of TLC
Party Quirks: Greg = host; Wayne = bickering married couple; Colin = fish from birth to fish sticks in 30 seconds; Ryan = nipples are attached to Greg's hands
Mission Improbable: the laundry; Greg = voice on tape; Ryan and Colin act
Three-Headed Broadway Star: Wayne, Drew, and Ryan sing "My Banana, Your Banana" from "The Monkeys Attack"
Credits: Ryan is a passenger on a long flight and Colin is sitting next to him and won't shut up

187
Cast: Wayne Brady, Denny Siegel, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles, and Drew Carey
Let's Make a Date: Denny = contestant; Wayne = Jar Jar Binks; Colin = Disgruntled Postal Worker; Ryan = still hypnotized after last night's show
Sound Effects: Colin = a busy caveman
Props: Colin and Wayne with 2 toothed semi-circles; Denny and Ryan with 2 attached tombstone thingies
Moving People: Lone Ranger (Colin) and Tonto (Ryan) surrounded by desperados
Hoe-down: bad neighbor; all four
Helping Hands: Ryan teaching Drew how to survive in the wild and live off the land
Credits: Colin and Wayne as drill sergeants

188
Cast: Wayne Brady, Karen Maruyama, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles, and Drew Carey
Film and Theater Styles: Ryan (WWII pilot) saying goodbye to tearful girlfriend Karen as he leaves on a mission; wounded co-pilot, Colin, promises to look after her [styles: John Wayne; Gorilla Theater; Pokemon; monster movie]
Weird Newscasters: Colin = anchor; Karen (co-anchor) = frisky grandma with a crush on Colin; Wayne (sports) = inept fireman called to an emergency; Ryan (weather) = matador in a bullfight
Song Styles: Wayne sings to Pastor Bob in the style of a James Bond theme song (song was based on Goldfinger)
Party Quirks: Karen = host; Wayne = an episode of "Cops" in 30 seconds; Colin = thinks Karen is a malfunctioning vending machine; Ryan = cat going through all nine lives
Millionaire Show: 1930's gangster setting; Colin = host; Ryan = contestant; Karen = relative in audience; Wayne = friend on phone
Hoe-down: scary wife; Wayne, Drew, Colin and Ryan
Credits: Karen and Wayne as two WLiiA fans waiting to see the cast of the stage door

189
Cast: Wayne Brady, Chip Esten, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles, and Drew Carey
Weird Newscasters: Colin = anchor; Chip (co-anchor) = high energy game show host; Wayne (sports) = sadistic drill sergeant; Ryan (weather) = hit in the crotch with a football
Scene to Rap: The Exorcist
Props: Wayne and Colin; Chip and Ryan
Newsflash: Ryan and Chip anchor; Colin reports in front of a harem
Greatest Hits: Songs of the Doctor; Ryan and Colin sell; Wayne and Chip sing
Questions Only: soldiers trapped behind enemy line; Colin, Wayne, Ryan, Drew
Credits: Ryan and Chip as square dance callers

191
Cast: Brad Sherwood, Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles, and Drew Carey
Weird Newscasters: Brad = anchor; Colin = world's most tactless man; Wayne = RuPaul; Ryan = uncontrollable attraction to a different person every 10 seconds
Film Dub: planning a 5-year-old's party; Ryan, Brad, and Colin
Questionable Impressions: on a freeway; all four
Narrate: at the barbershop
Greatest Hits: Songs of the Plumber; Ryan and Colin sell; Brad and Wayne sing
90 Second Alphabet: Drew, Colin, and Ryan are watching their winning lottery numbers come up
Credits: Wayne and Ryan on the freeway

192
Cast: Wayne Brady, Chip Esten, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles, and Drew Carey
Superheroes: crisis = no more Rogaine; Colin = Captain Hair; Ryan = Totally Insane Old Man; Chip = the Chippendale Kid; Wayne = Captain Frat Boy
Let's Make a Date: Chip = contestant; Wayne = possessed girl from "The Exorcist"; Colin = cantankerous snowman who is melting; Ryan = destructive toddler learning to walk and talk
Duet: Wayne and Chip sing about a funnel in the style of 1940s tap dance
Whose Line: about to make the last stand at the Alamo; Colin = Davy Crockett, losing his nerve; Ryan = Jim Bowie
Scenes from a Hat: all four [scenes = bad game show concepts, things you never want to hear your grandmother say, pickup lines used in the fruit and vegetable aisle of the supermarket, personal ads that won't get many responses, people you don't expect to see on the cover of Playboy, modern additions to the Ten Commandments, if dogs told jokes, favorite pranks of emergency room doctors]
Props: Wayne and Colin = 2 red, striated bulbs; Drew and Ryan = long, white funnel
Credits: Colin = Captain Hair

193
Cast: Brad Sherwood, Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles, and Drew Carey
Film and Theater Styles: Ryan and Wayne = lumberjacks clearing a forest; Colin = protestor [styles: high school play, Xena, Aftershool special, and performance art]
Film Dub: Ryan, Colin, and Brad = WWII soldiers in the trenches waiting for the call to action
Quick Change: Wayne = calls change; Brad = army general; Ryan = President; Colin = First Lady
Motown Group: Wayne, Brad, and Ryan sing "Do the Lumberjack"
If You Know What I Mean: Ryan, Colin, and Brad on the first day of school
Greatest Hits: Songs of the Wrestler; Ryan and Colin sell; Brad and Wayne sing
Props: Brad and Colin = a box with legs sticking out the end; Ryan and Drew = 2 things that looked like peace symbols minus the oval ring
Credits: Ryan and Colin as cops on megaphones trying to contain a crowd

195
Cast: Wayne Brady, Chip Esten, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles, and Drew Carey
Film and Theater Styles: Ryan and Colin stealing dinosaur bones are interrupted by night watchman, Wayne [styles: chick flick, Keystone cops, work out video, porn, a golf show]
Duet: Wayne and Chip sing to Katie the sandwich maker as a boy band
Song Titles: at a beach party; all four
Newsflash: Chip and Ryan = anchors; Colin = field reporter reporting on WLiiA clips of Colin
Hoe-down: plastic surgery; all four
Foreign Film Dub: "Out and About" in Canadian; Drew acts (Ryan translates); Wayne acts (Colin translates)
Credits: all four = Can Can dancers

196
Cast: Ryan Stiles, Colin Mochrie, Wayne Brady, Brad Sherwood, Chip Esten, Greg Proops, and Drew Carey
The Best of Whose Line Is It Anyway?
A special presentation of highlights and previously unseen material taken from Season 2

Statistics
Summary Tables: the number of episodes appearances and the number of games played by each performer this season.

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