This episode starts of with a Questions Only soap opera.
Fortunately, not too many long lost relatives show up. Unfortunately, no one gets any points.
Next, Wayne sings a gospel song to Sheila the immigration worker.
And I thought that the country was in bad shape before...No points.
Drew also says that if you keep track of the points, you can enter a drawing and win a chance to watch Whose Line in the comfort of your own home. I would like you to know that I have won that drawing.
Moving on, we have Sound Effects, with Colin as an Eastern European Gymnast, who needs perfect scores.
the most graceful and beautiful
rhythmic gymnastics routine
Colin receives, no points, because he apparently doesn't know that events like discus throwing and pole-vaulting are track and field events. Although I'm sure combining track and field with gymnastics would certainly be interesting. Especially javelin throwing.
Newscasters is up next, with Colin being the target of rumors about his inability to be a good date.
Wayne also gets locked out of his car, and Ryan traumatizes a guy in the audience.
Everybody gets 1000 points for their trouble.
Last of all is Scene to Rap, which once again demonstrates the timeless truth that no one on Whoseline other than Wayne is capable of rapping.
No points, though.
Wayne: 1000 (1,000,000 for next show)
It's a four way tie, and Denny is arbitrarily picked as the winner.