Wayne Brady, Ryan Stiles and host Drew Carey also perform.Season 5, Episode 19June 27, 2003David Hasselhoff drops by for a round of “Song Styles” with Wayne; and a game called “Dubbing,” in which he plays (what else? Also: “News Flash” and “Two-Line Vocabulary.” Other players include Ryan Stiles, Colin Mochrie and host Drew Carey.she is not Jewish." When Prince William wed Kate Middleton in 2011, there was similar, and similarly mistaken, speculation that Kate was a Jew.One former BBC reporter went so far as to write a letter to The Times of London, erroneously declaring that she was. Featuring Ryan Stiles, Colin Mochrie and Wayne Brady. Season 5, Episode 5October 7, 2002Games include “Scenes from a Hat,” “Song Styles,” “Multiple Personalities” and “Props.” Regulars include Ryan Stiles, Colin Mochrie and Wayne Brady. Season 5, Episode 6October 21, 2002Games include a round of “Questions Only” dedicated to queries about “The Wizard of Oz”; “News Flash”; “Song Styles”; and a sexed-up “Sesame Street”-inspired rendition of “Scenes from a Hat.” Ryan Stiles, Colin Mochrie, Wayne Brady and Drew Carey. Season 5, Episode 4September 30, 2002Florence Henderson drops by for a round of “Duet” and a game in which words containing the letter L are forbidden.Season 5, Episode 26July 25, 2003Games include “Let's Make a Date”; “Hoedown”; “Scenes From a Hat”; and “News Flash.” Also: a round of “Greatest Hits.” The ensemble features Wayne Brady, Colin Mochire, Ryan Stiles and host Drew Carey.Season 5, Episode 31August 22, 2003Games include “Hollywood Director,” with Ryan Stiles and Wayne Brady as Arctic explorers; and a round of “Two-Line Vocabulary” set in the wild, wild west.
Season 5, Episode 32August 29, 2003Instead of points, the players win 0 for winning rounds, which include a pair of pop divas duking it out during “Weird Newscasters”; “Scenes from a Hat”; and “Greatest Hits.” Season 5, Episode 33September 5, 2003A round of “Hats” has the gang seeking clients for the world's worst dating service; audience members wind up playing “Let's Make a Date.” Drew Carey hosts.
(The couple recently announced they will wed on the grounds of Windsor Castle, instead.) Left out of these speculative reports is the fact that it’s Markle’s previous divorce, not her supposed Jewish heritage, that would have disqualified her from marrying Prince Harry in the past.
Markle’s first husband, Hollywood producer Trevor Engelson, is reportedly Jewish, but Meghan Markle decidedly is not.
Also: “Scenes from a Hat.” Ryan Stiles and Colin Mochrie also play.
Season 5, Episode 10December 6, 2002Games find Greg Proops looking for love in “Let's Make a Date”; Wayne Brady riffing on Tom Cruise movies in “Scene to Rap”; and host Drew Carey playing the “World's Worst” psychiatrist.