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The Best Episodes of Whose Line Is It Anyway?

Every episode of Whose Line Is It Anyway? ranked from best to worst. Let's dive into the Best Episodes of Whose Line Is It Anyway?!

The show where everything's made up and the points don't matter. Not a talk show, not a sitcom, not a game show, Whose Line Is It Anyway? is a completely unique concept to network television. Four talented actors perform completely unrehearsed skits and games in front of a studio audience. Host Drew Carey sets the scene, with contributions from the audience, but the actors rely completely on their quick wit and improvisational skills. It's genuinely improvised, so anything can happen - and often does.

Genres:ComedyReality
Networks:ABCABC Family

Top Episode Highlight

The best episode of "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" is "Greg Proops", rated 9.4/10 from 157 user votes. It was directed by N/A and written by N/A. "Greg Proops" aired on 6/20/2003 and is rated 0.1 point(s) higher than the second highest rated, "Robin Williams".

  • Greg Proops
    9.4/10 157 votes

    #1 - Greg Proops

    Season 5 Episode 17 - Aired 2003-06-20

    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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  • Robin Williams
    9.3/10 151 votes

    #2 - Robin Williams

    Season 3 Episode 9 - Aired 2000-11-16

    Games played include: Hollywood Director, Duet, Party Quirks, Scenes from a Hat, and Props.

    Director: N/A

    Writer: N/A

  • Kathy Greenwood
    9.0/10 86 votes

    #3 - Kathy Greenwood

    Season 3 Episode 38 - Aired 2001-06-14

    Games played include: Weird Newscasters, Song Styles, Action Replay, Party Quirks, and Hoedown.

    Director: N/A

    Writer: N/A

  • Chip Esten
    8.5/10 60 votes

    #4 - Chip Esten

    Season 2 Episode 39 - Aired 2000-05-18

    Games played include: Film, TV & Theater Styles, Duet, Song Titles, Newsflash, Hoedown, and Foreign Film Dub.

    Director: N/A

    Writer: N/A

  • Chip Esten
    8.5/10 76 votes

    #5 - Chip Esten

    Season 4 Episode 9 - Aired 2001-10-10

    “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.

    Director: N/A

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  • Greg Proops
    8.4/10 62 votes

    #6 - Greg Proops

    Season 2 Episode 10 - Aired 1999-11-04

    Games played include: Superheroes, Song Styles, Newsflash, Questionable Impressions, Hats, and Three-Headed Broadway Star.

    Director: N/A

    Writer: N/A

  • Greg Proops
    8.4/10 57 votes

    #7 - Greg Proops

    Season 8 Episode 16 - Aired 2006-11-10

    Seating Order: Greg, Wayne, Colin and Ryan.Superheroes: Solving the worldwide crisis of no beer are: Greg: Super Bum Ryan: Rodeo Boy Colin: Captain Nosy Wayne: Captain Totally Made Of Springs. Sound Effects: Colin is a monk who escapes from his monastery for a night on the town. Ryan provides his noises. Props: Greg and Wayne vs. Ryan and Colin. Hey You Down There: Greg narrates a 1950's public information film about preparing for a nuclear attack with Ryan and Colin acting it out. Daytime Talk Show: Talking about Hey, Diddle Diddle are: Host: Greg Guest #1: Ryan(Prof. Phillips of the Phillps Observatory) Guest #2: Colin(Filly Felroid, who worked to get the cow to jump over the moon) Audience Members: Wayne(Dr. Ramba Shahlabahugodomestuibe and and the mother of the little boy who laughed). Scene To Rap: All four rap a scene set at a a school. Hats/Dating Service Videos: Wayne and Greg vs. Ryan and Colin.Winner: None named Credit Reading: None.

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  • Brad Sherwood
    8.4/10 34 votes

    #8 - Brad Sherwood

    Season 8 Episode 20 - Aired 2007-12-15

    Seating order: Brad, Wayne, Colin, Ryan Lets make a date: Brad much choose from Wayne: Angry teen rebel from a 1950s movie. Colin: Store owner doing his own low budget commercial. Ryan: raised by wolves Film, TV and Theatre : Ryan is angry at Colin 'cause they have been forced to make an emergency landing of their light aircraft in bigfoot territory. : Soap opera, infomercial, horror film, football film, western. Gameshow: Brad hosts Pick the cheese Shopping from home: Ryan and Colin sell a drawer with no bottom, 3 playing cards and one shoe Scenes from a hat: When beavers get lazy, a magazine you'd never see at a news stand, ice fishing disasters, unlikely greeting card messages, lying about a stain at your dry cleaners, tattoos you regret later, breakfast with the boneless family, a bachelor's refrigerator, what Bill Clinton's tombstone will say, looking at the ugliest baby you've ever seen. Hoedown: About vending machines Winner: None Credit Reading: None

    Director: N/A

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  • Kathy Greenwood
    8.3/10 62 votes

    #9 - Kathy Greenwood

    Season 2 Episode 22 - Aired 2000-02-03

    Games played include: Weird Newscasters, Song Styles, Themed Restaurant, Narrate, Scenes from a Hat, and Hoedown.

    Director: N/A

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  • Greg Proops
    8.3/10 61 votes

    #10 - Greg Proops

    Season 2 Episode 29 - Aired 2000-03-23

    Games played include: Let's Make A Date, Song Styles, Party Quirks, Improbable Mission, and Three-Headed Broadway Star.

    Director: N/A

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  • Chip Esten
    8.3/10 65 votes

    #11 - Chip Esten

    Season 3 Episode 2 - Aired 2000-10-12

    Games played include: Let's Make A Date, Scene with an Audience Member, Sound Effects (with audience members), Motown Group, and Three-Headed Broadway Star.

    Director: N/A

    Writer: N/A

  • Kathy Greenwood
    8.3/10 55 votes

    #12 - Kathy Greenwood

    Season 4 Episode 6 - Aired 2001-10-03

    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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  • Brad Sherwood
    8.3/10 55 votes

    #13 - Brad Sherwood

    Season 4 Episode 27 - Aired 2002-02-12

    Brad Sherwood plays a witch-hunter in a round of “Let's Make a Date,” then helps Wayne serenade an audience member with a “Duet.” Also: “Hoe Down”; “Scenes From a Hat”; and “Title Sequence.” Other players include Ryan Stiles and host Drew Carey.

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    Writer: N/A

  • Brad Sherwood
    8.3/10 45 votes

    #14 - Brad Sherwood

    Season 5 Episode 18 - Aired 2003-06-20

    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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  • Greg Proops
    8.3/10 56 votes

    #15 - Greg Proops

    Season 5 Episode 20 - Aired 2003-06-27

    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.

    Director: N/A

    Writer: N/A

  • Brad Sherwood
    8.3/10 49 votes

    #16 - Brad Sherwood

    Season 7 Episode 7 - Aired 2005-02-07

    The studio is cold for Superheroes Cottage Cheese Man (Brad), the Narrowly Escapes Death Kid (Ryan), Captain Salmon (Colin), and Caught in a Wind Tunnel Boy (Wayne); Brad, Colin, and Ryan play If You Know What I Mean as three supermarket employees on the night shift; All in One Voice features ""The First Time We Swam"" with Lucy and Ricky Ricardo (Colin/Wayne and Ryan/Brad respectively); in Film Dub, all four provide voices for a team of suit salesmen trying to make a sale; Cathy and Veena provide Sound Effects for Ryan and Colin, two nervous World War II parachutists are about to go on a mission into occupied France; Scenes from a Hat are ""the curriculum at Hillbilly University,"" ""I didn't know the mic was on,"" and ""nightly bedside prayers of Whose Line cast members."" Colin wins, so it's Brad and Wayne vs. Ryan and Drew in Props.

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  • Greg Proops
    8.3/10 34 votes

    #17 - Greg Proops

    Season 8 Episode 19 - Aired 2007-12-14

    Seating Order: Greg, Wayne, Colin, Ryan Questions Only: High school reunion Film, TV and Theatre : Ryan is a volcano expert talking to Greg, the sceptical mayor on the lip of a dormant volcano showing signs of life. : Kung Fu movie, Horror movie, Kabuki, infomercial, striptease. Song : Wayne sings to Sarah the teacher as James Brown. Props: Colin+ Ryan vs. Greg+ Wayne. Gameshow: Greg hosts Who's your Daddy? Hats: Ryan+ Colin vs. Wayne+ Greg; World's worst dating service video. Scene to Rap: Scene based in a Laundromat. Winner: None Credit reading: None

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  • Denny Siegel
    8.2/10 98 votes

    #18 - Denny Siegel

    Season 1 Episode 10 - Aired 1999-01-06

    Games played include: Questions Only, Song Styles, Newsflash, Sound Effects, Weird Newscasters, Scenes to Rap, and Hoedown.

    Director: N/A

    Writer: N/A

  • Brad Sherwood
    8.2/10 63 votes

    #19 - Brad Sherwood

    Season 2 Episode 9 - Aired 1999-11-04

    Games played include: Song Titles, Gangsta Rap, Scenes from a Hat, Weird Newscasters, Three-Headed Broadway Star, and Hoedown.

    Director: N/A

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  • Brad Sherwood
    8.2/10 53 votes

    #20 - Brad Sherwood

    Season 2 Episode 14 - Aired 1999-11-25

    Games played include: Superheroes, Film, TV & Theater Styles, Props, Motown Group, The Millionaire Show, and Hoedown.

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  • Greg Proops
    8.2/10 55 votes

    #21 - Greg Proops

    Season 3 Episode 37 - Aired 2001-05-18

    Games played include: Number of Words, Song Styles, Show Stopping Number, Scenes from a Hat, and Hoedown. Additional segments include: Statements That Will Be Bleeped By the Censor, and Outtakes from Whose Line.

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  • Jeff Davis
    8.2/10 59 votes

    #22 - Jeff Davis

    Season 4 Episode 1 - Aired 2001-09-06

    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.

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  • Whoopi Goldberg
    8.2/10 60 votes

    #23 - Whoopi Goldberg

    Season 5 Episode 1 - Aired 2002-09-09

    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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  • Brad Sherwood
    8.2/10 58 votes

    #24 - Brad Sherwood

    Season 5 Episode 4 - Aired 2002-09-30

    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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  • Jeff Davis
    8.2/10 50 votes

    #25 - Jeff Davis

    Season 7 Episode 14 - Aired 2005-03-07

    Number of Words is a scene from ""The Mummy"", Egyption Guide, Jeff (four words), and Fiesty Female Archeologist, Colin (two words), open up a tomb, releasing the evil Mummy, Wayne (three words). Then, dashing adventurer, Ryan (five words), comes to rescue them. Jeff and Wayne sing a Rat Pack Duet to Angela the Yoga Instructor Colin and Ryan sell a snoring aide in Infomercial In Scenes From a Hat, the four act out ""Foreign Remakes of American TV Shows"", ""Ads Where the Product and the Style Don't Match"", and ""Inoffensive words that immature people are prone to snicker at"" Wayne plays the title role in Bartender. Jeff is in love with dogs. Colin is angry that his pogo stick broke. Ryan is colour-blind. Colin wins, so it's Drew and Ryan vs Wayne and Jeff in Props

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