Whose Line UK 3x14 (3/3)





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Published on Apr 1, 2008

John Sessions, Archie Hahn, Ryan Stiles, Mike McShane

Helping Hands - Ryan (hands provided by Archie) is complaining to waiter Mike.

Film Dub - Ryan and Archie are somewhere strange.

Gospel - All four sing about milkmen.

John reads the credits as Phil Silvers or Bilko.

Comments • 32

Rolo Ninja
I've come to find that Ryan's the only one trying to be funny in the hoedown-type games.
Aust Ryzor
Really though, Sessions at his best was back in the Radio Program
Alan Frost
Oh man, I spat up my drink at "cream of Jesus" :D Man I miss Mike.
I find this episode interesting. It's very much a transition. John and Archie repersent the old days of whoselne when it was more about showing off your talent and aimed at a more "intelectual" audence. Ryan repesent what the show would become. A show about being funny to a mainstream audence. Mike is at home with both styles of improv. John and Archie cant keep up. Ryan also seems akward. Mike comes off best. It's Johns last episode.
Electroshock Therapy for the Soul
What was Sessions singing during Gospel?
I love how clive made john win both times he was in this season
6:38 someone booed at John? Man, American audiences are very harsh.
Emily G's Music & More
What is on Mike's shirt?
The problem with Sessions and some of the more intellectual ones was that when they were funny they were funny, but they just fizzled a lot. Ryan, Colin and Wayne were much more consistent, albeit by being much less risky in their humor. The jokes were pretty predictable with them... funny, but you could see where they were going most of the time.
Well said. Nice to see John sporting a lovely bouffant hair do
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