In "Superheroes", Stinky Man (Colin) tries to solve a dead possum in his parking spot with his friends Giggling Nipple-Tweak Man (Ryan), Captain Luau (Chip), and Temper Tantrum Kid (Wayne); "Scenes from a Hat" are "disturbing people to get a lap dance from", "unfortunate times to sneeze", "jobs where you shouldn't kid around", and "the Munchkins: What are they doing now-; "Stand, Sit, Lie" comes back after a three-season hiatus, with expectant mother Ryan is cared for by flirtatious midwife Wayne, with Colin the nervous husband; in "Party Quirks", Chip tries to guess various acts getting booed off the stage during Amateur Night at the Apollo (Wayne), a bomb squad member who received a tip that there are bombs in people's pants (Colin), and a series of ugly sea creatures swimming up to the cameras (Ryan); after finding humor in Drew nearly choking himself with a breath mint, the show continues with "Show-Stopping Number", featuring Ryan, Colin, and Wayne in a factory.
Wayne wins, and h
Whose Line Is It Anyway? (1998-2004, 2013 - ?) is a continuation of the British show of the same name which aired from 1988 to 1998 with many of the same performers.
It features some of the nation's finest improvisational comedians, including Florida's Wayne Brady, Canada's Colin Mochrie, and Ryan Stiles and Drew Carey from The Drew Carey Show.
Each week, the preceding four and a rotating group of actors and actresses spontaneously played games with outrageous scenes, weird quirks, or (sometimes off-key) songs.