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Season 1, Episode 16February 17, 1999Brad Sherwood, Wayne Brady, Ryan Stiles and Colin Mochrie as unlikely superheroes whose crises involve bad wallpaper.

Season 1, Episode 13January 27, 1999Wayne Brady, Denny Siegel, Colin Mochrie and Ryan Stiles speak in "Questions Only" in a Wild West saloon sketch; Mochrie does the voices for "Dead Bodies" Stiles, Siegel and an audience member in another sketch.

Season 1, Episode 14February 3, 1999Ian Gomez and Brad Sherwood join Colin Mochrie and Ryan Stiles.

Brad Sherwood and Wayne Brady sing a swing-style duet to an audience member.

Season 1, Episode 2August 12, 1998Ryan Stiles and Colin Mochrie adapt various movie styles for a scene in which a man suspects his rival of cheating in a fishing contest.

Each team alternates back and forth “using” their prop in a way OTHER THAN WHAT IT IS INTENDED FOR.

In this game a coat hanger is no longer for hanging clothing but rather a hook for Captain Hook’s hand or an interesting nose ring.

Other players include Greg Proops, Ryan Stiles and Colin Mochrie, performing "Party Quirks." Also: a daytime talk show about Hansel and Gretel.

Season 1, Episode 8December 9, 1998Colin Mochrie plays a headless chicken at Denny Siegel's party; Wayne Brady sings “Tenderize This!

For an added variation – try doing it within a time limit!

Such as this clip:1 player is chosen to be a special guest at a news press conference -only that player doesn’t even know who they are!

Season 1, Episode 1August 5, 1998Unrehearsed "games" involve Greg Proops guessing party guests' quirks; Wayne Brady with "sounds of accounting." Also: players don a variety of hats to demonstrate bad dating-service videos.