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Hollywood Director features Colin giving notes to a western cowboy (Ryan) holding up a train with a beautiful woman (Wayne) on it, with another cowboy to the rescue (Chip); Doo Wop features Colin, Chip, and Wayne singing about Diana, who was killed in a tragic bowling accident; Scenes from a Hat includes ""What Drew Whispers in his date's ear,"" and ""A bad time for that laxative to kick in""; Greatest Hits features Colin and Ryan introducing ""Songs of Hor-ror Movies"".
Wayne wins, and he looks on at Helping Hands as Ryan (hands provided by Colin) is at a cabin in the woods proposing to his girlfriend Drew.Read More
Hollywood Director features Coin giving notes to two feisty French cheifs (Wayne and Ryan), and the fireman coming to help when things go wrong (Brad). Weird Newscasters features a wig shop owner doing a cheesy promo for his shop on the newscast (Brad), a sportscaster who lives a double life as a drag queen (Wayne), and a drill seargent, training his out of shape troops (Ryan). Walking a dog is an Improbable Mission for Colin and Ryan, and Brad, Ryan and Wayne do an ode to superheroes as The Boogie Woogie Sisters.
Colin wins, and Drew joins Wayne, Ryan, and Brad for a game of Props.Read More
In Newsflash, Colin is the Anchor with Co-Anchor Chip as a 1950s teen rebel biker, in sports Wayne is a harem girl sent in to entertain the sultan and it's weatherman Ryan's last day and he wants to go out in a blaze of glory! In Sound effects, Colin is an emergency room-surgeon getting called in on new-years eve, where Ryan provides the sound effects. In Title Sequence, Ryan, a sumo wrestler, and Colin, a model, acts out to Chip and Wayne's song. In Scene with an Audience member Emily who works at a store plays Batgirl in the scene. Batman, Ryan has come to the rescue of Batgirl from the clutches of the Riddler, Colin. In Greates Hits Wayne and Chip sings songs of the warrior princess; Jerry Lee Lewis - Lalalalala; Kid Rock - Clubs, Spears and Shields; Techno - Huge women, puny men; The winner is Chip, and the rest of the gang have to play Questions Only on board of the Titanic.Read More
In Let's Make a Date, Wayne gets a turn as a guesser, with Greg an angry guest on Jerry Springer, Colin a ventriloquist whose dummy is sabotaging his chances, and Ryan as a frustrated writer going insane in a remote hotel; a Poseidon Adventure Scene to Rap; Ryan provides old-school Sound Effects for Jedi knight Colin who gets the call that the Empire is attacking; Film Dub for Ryan, Colin, and Greg is one day at the gas station; Wayne sings Ryan and Colin's Songs of Hockey on Greatest Hits.
Wayne wins, so the rest sing the Moving Hoedown.Read More
First up, Superheroes had Greg(Shedding Cat Man), Ryan(Strutting Pick-up Artist Boy), Colin(Exciteable Hamster Boy), and Wayne(Very Enthusiastic Game Show Contestant Boy) solving the problem of a clogged toilet. Then Questionable Impressions was set in a funeral home. Props had Ryan and Colin vs. Wayne and Greg. Wayne sang to Terri who worked in a clothing store and goes to the beach in a gospel style in Song Styles. Following was Moving People, where Colin(moved by Shauna) is a doctor flying in to rescue Ryan(moved by Amy) who has been bitten by a poisonous snake. Then Dating Service Videos(announced as Hats) had Ryan and Colin vs. Wayne and Greg again. Lastly, Hoedown was about pregnancy tests. No winner was announced, Wayne and Ryan were declared the winners and read the credits as a wrestling team challenging their opponents.Read More
Colin, the Queen of England, announces that he's having an affair with Ryan Stiles in Press Conference; Neely and Andrea give Sound Effects to a gallant knight (Ryan) trying to reach Rapunzel (Colin) in the tallest tower of the witch's castle, then free her and escape past the witch, the sleeping dragon, and other dangers so they can be wed (in honor of Valentine's Day); Chip and Wayne sing a R&B Duet to the Loyola Marymount University cheerleaders; cheerleaders Jennifer, Pamela, and Ryanne become Living Scenery for Ryan and Colin, two cowboys out on the range tend to their cattle and set up camp for the night; Wayne, Chip, Colin, and Ryan sing an Irish Drinking Song about farting.
No winner is announced; the credits are simply the cheerleaders chanting LMU (instead of chanting the credits as they were supposed to do).Read More
Let's Make A Date started things with Greg choosing from Wayne(Michael Jackson turning into a wereworlf), Colin(world's most annoying person to sit next to on an airplane) and Ryan (evil scientist in lad about to mutate into horrific versions of the other two bachelors). Next was Newsflash, with Greg and Ryan giving clues to Colin, who was standing in front of footage of babies. Then it was Funeral with Greg hosting the funeral of Joe, a fisherman with Colin and Ryan the mourners. Then Party Quirks had Greg hosting again, with Wayne a heroic fireman determined to rescue everyone, Colin as talent night at an old folks home, and Ryan as a series of delivery guys in porn films. African Chant had all four chanting to Crystal, a candy hawker at a raceway. Greg was declared the winner so Drew joined the others in a game of Props. All four read the credits as lingerie models in a catalog.Read More
Seating Order: Wayne, Chip, Colin and Ryan.Film, TV, & Theatre Styles: Ryan and Colin have disguised themselves as women in an all-female band to hide from Wayne, a hit man working for the mob.
Styles: Western, Sesame Street, Shakespeare, Shaft and opera.
Title Sequence: Wayne and Chip sing the theme song to the hit ABC sitcom The Travel Agent And Tom Jones while Ryan and Colin act out the title sequence.
Action Replay: In the first scene, Wayne is angry at Chip for letting their poisonous pet snake escape. Then Ryan and Colin search for something that is stinking up their house doing the same motions that the others did.
Greatest Hits: Ryan and Colin sell the compilation CD Songs Of The Hit Man. Wayne and Chip sing:
Garotte, Garotte, Garotte as Duran Duran
The Sound Of Silencers in salsa style
Hit Man Girl as Blink-182
Poison In Your Wine in rockabilly style.
90-Second Alphabet: Drew and Colin are both sisters getting ready for the prom when Ryan, the star quarterback shows up and they both realize that they've both been asked out by him; starting with 'J'.Winner: Wayne and Chip
Credit Reading: All four as celebrities parachuting for charity.Read More
Game 1: Questions Only - High school prom dates (Paraphrased.)
Game 2: Narrate - Film noir scene set at a zoo
Game 3: Film, TV, And Theater Styles - Wayne is a prison guard hunting down escaped convicts Ryan and Colin changed together who are hiding out in an alligator infested swamp. Styles: Cartoons, Shakespeare, ""Japanese Anime"" (Yes, separate from Cartoons. And, yes, Japanese, as opposed to OTHER forms, I suppose...), Planet Of The Apes, and Gilbert And Sullivan
Game 4: Party Quirks - Denny : Host Wayne: Finds ""The Mask"" At The Party Colin: ""Never Say Die"" Deer Trying To Cross A Highway Ryan: Slow Motion Sports Bloopers
Game 5: Greatest Hits - Songs Of Soccer ""Free Kick"" in the style of Ska ""My Shorts Chafe"" in the style of Tin Pan Alley ""I'm Not Really Hurt, But, I'm Staying Down"" by The Beastie Boys ""I Got A Yellow Card"" in the style of Paul Robeson singing Ol' Man River from Showboat
Artificial Winner: Denny
Drew Game: Hoedown - Work Out/Working out/ExercisingRead More
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Colin's Magnet Man is stuck at the North Pole in Superheroes, joined by Mesmerized by Moving Objects Man (Ryan), the Bob Fosse Kid (Chip), and Chainsaw Massacre Boy (Wayne); a Chip and Wayne Duet about a sponge in a Busby Berkeley song with Colin and Ryan joining in as Busby Berkeley dancers; Weird Newscasters finds coanchor Chip as Snagglepuss, sportsman Wayne finds his neighbor peeping on him and decides to put on a ""little show,"" and weatherman Ryan is the rise and fall of a female Hollywood legend of the silver screen; Colin reports to Ryan and Chip in Newsflash from clips of Ryan; an Irish Drinking Song about giving birth.
Chip wins, so two old friends who haven't seen each other in 20 years, Wayne and Drew, eat at a baseball Themed Restaurant with Ryan and Colin as waiters.Read More