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Quiz about Whose Line is it Anyway Games 5
Quiz about Whose Line is it Anyway Games 5

"Whose Line is it Anyway?" Games 5 Quiz


It's getting harder now, there are very few games left.

A multiple-choice quiz by anidbz17. Estimated time: 5 mins.
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Author
anidbz17
Time
5 mins
Type
Multiple Choice
Quiz #
213,468
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Average
Avg Score
6 / 10
Plays
864
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Question 1 of 10
1. Colin and Ryan perform a scene, but they are not allowed to move themselves. Instead, two audience members move them. What game is this? Hint


Question 2 of 10
2. A car breaks down in the forest in the middle of the night. Whoever is holding the gas can is Richard Simmons, whoever is holding the map is John Wayne, and whoever is holding the flashlight is Scooby Doo. What game once had this as its scene specifics? Hint


Question 3 of 10
3. A rare but funny game: Each performer can only speak in titles of songs.

Answer: (Two Words)
Question 4 of 10
4. One performer, normally the guest, is a bartender. Colin, Ryan, and Wayne come and sing their troubles or interests in song. The bartender then sings back a reply. What is this game?

Answer: (One Word)
Question 5 of 10
5. The scene is Colin and Denny are getting married. Ryan is the priest, but he cannot hide the fact that he used to be a New York City cop. What is this game? Hint


Question 6 of 10
6. Wayne sings an African chant to an audience member. Colin, Ryan and the guest performer provide backup.

Answer: (Two Words)
Question 7 of 10
7. Hard one: Ryan, Colin and Greg are meeting for a reunion. They all used to be drill sergeants. In the end of this game, they all sing their old song altogether.

Answer: (One Word)
Question 8 of 10
8. Ryan said, "Why you've got a roast infection. Not roaches, roast!" In what game did Ryan make the mistake of saying "roast infection" instead of "roach infestation" for the scene? Hint


Question 9 of 10
9. Colin is the host of a game show and Ryan is the contestant. Another performer is the friend in the audience, and the other performer is the friend on the phone. The game is given a theme, such as the frisky old people version and the 1930's gangster version. Hint


Question 10 of 10
10. Two people are at a restaurant. But it isn't any normal restaurant, it has a special theme to it. This game is called Restaurant.



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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. Colin and Ryan perform a scene, but they are not allowed to move themselves. Instead, two audience members move them. What game is this?

Answer: Moving People

This game is not done very often, and when it is done, it is relatively short. This game could be easily confused with Living Scenery, which is where Colin and Ryan use two other people as props as needed in a scene.
2. A car breaks down in the forest in the middle of the night. Whoever is holding the gas can is Richard Simmons, whoever is holding the map is John Wayne, and whoever is holding the flashlight is Scooby Doo. What game once had this as its scene specifics?

Answer: Multiple Personalities

This scene is from episode #416. The guest star was Greg Proops. Games included Superheroes, Scenes from a Hat, Greatest Hits, and Sportscasters. Multiple Personalities is normally played with Greg Proops.
3. A rare but funny game: Each performer can only speak in titles of songs.

Answer: Song Titles

Despite it being an interesting event, we rarely see this game. The performer is buzzed out if they can't think of a song title, make up a title, or speak in a lyric instead.
4. One performer, normally the guest, is a bartender. Colin, Ryan, and Wayne come and sing their troubles or interests in song. The bartender then sings back a reply. What is this game?

Answer: Bartender

Drew will ask the audience for the suggestions for Colin, Ryan, and Wayne. "Ryan is in love with something" or "Colin is angry about something".
5. The scene is Colin and Denny are getting married. Ryan is the priest, but he cannot hide the fact that he used to be a New York City cop. What is this game?

Answer: Old Job, New Job

This is a game only played once, I believe. It was one of those games that was a one-timer: really funny, but never played again for some reason.
6. Wayne sings an African chant to an audience member. Colin, Ryan and the guest performer provide backup.

Answer: African Chant

There is normally a crack about how ridiculous Ryan and Colin are in this game. Laura Hall and Linda Taylor provide tribal style music.
7. Hard one: Ryan, Colin and Greg are meeting for a reunion. They all used to be drill sergeants. In the end of this game, they all sing their old song altogether.

Answer: Reunion

Reunion was played with Greg Proops. It started out with Greg and Colin, and Ryan joined later. This was very funny, because with Greg's "at ease!" Ryan did a different stance than Greg and Colin. Drew proceeded to make fun of Ryan for his "teapot" stance.
8. Ryan said, "Why you've got a roast infection. Not roaches, roast!" In what game did Ryan make the mistake of saying "roast infection" instead of "roach infestation" for the scene?

Answer: Scene to Music

This scene was with Ryan, Colin and Wayne. All throughout the rest of the scene, the subject was referred to as "roasts". This was another very rare game, despite its hilarity. The music included tribal music, a horror theme, a love theme, and even an Irish "Riverdance" type song.
9. Colin is the host of a game show and Ryan is the contestant. Another performer is the friend in the audience, and the other performer is the friend on the phone. The game is given a theme, such as the frisky old people version and the 1930's gangster version.

Answer: Millionaire Show

This is a spoof of "Who Wants to be a Millionaire?". Although the spoof version has a person in the audience instead of the audience voting in "Who Wants to be a Millionaire?". And since there are only enough performers on "Whose Line?" to do a host, contestant, audience member, and caller, there isn't a third lifeline.

In "Millionaire", the contestant also gets a 50:50, where two incorrect choices are taken away leaving two possible answers left.
10. Two people are at a restaurant. But it isn't any normal restaurant, it has a special theme to it. This game is called Restaurant.

Answer: False

This game is called Themed Restaurant. It tends to be a Drew game, often seen with Kathy Greenwood.
Source: Author anidbz17

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