Release Date: August 1998
10. Show No. 432
Season 4, Episode 27
Games played: Let’s Make A Date, If You Know What I Mean, Duet, Title Sequence, Scenes From A Hat, Hoedown.
9. Show No. 239
Season 2, Episode 39
Games played: Film Theatre and TV Styles, Duet, Song Titles, Newsflash, Hoedown, Foreign Film Dub.
8. Show No. 8017
Season 8, Episode 17
Games played: Let’s Make A Date, Whose Line, Props, Greatest Hits, Foreign Film Dub.
7. Show No. 8018
Season 8, Episode 18
Games played: Hollywood Director, Whose Line, Two Line Vocabulary, Greatest Hits, World’s Worst.
6. Show No. 8016
Season 8, Episode 16
Games include Superheroes, Sound Effects, Props, Hey You Down There, Daytime Talk Show, Scene to Rap and Hats.
5. Show No. 8019
Season 8, Episode 19
Games played: Questions Only, Film Theatre and TV Styles, Song Styles, Props, Game Show, Hats, Scene To Rap.
4. Show No. 308
Season 3, Episode 38
Games played: Weird Newscasters, Song Styles, Action Replay, Party Quirks, Hoedown.
3. Show No. 521
Season 5, Episode 17
Games played: Multiple Personalities, Newsflash, Song Styles, Living Scenery, Moving People. Very Strange Appearance by Richard Simmons.
2. Show No. 8020
Season 8, Episode 20
Games played: Let’s Make A Date, Film Theatre and TV Styles, Game Show, Shopping From Home, Scenes From A Hat, Hoedown.
1. The Best of Whose Line Is It Anyway?
Season 3, Episode 0
In this “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” episode, Whose Line host Drew Carey introduces many clips from previous episodes that includes memorable moments on the show. This episode also includes bloopers that were shown in television. It also shows bloopers that actually did not make it onto the show. The episode also include the entire cast making fun of Drew whom he mistaken Africa as a country, not as a continent.