Pretty much the whole point of "If You Know What I Mean." Ironically, the crap that doesn't get past the radar has drawn some of the biggest laughs. note The fact that Whose Line was on ABC Family, a channel founded and co-owned by Pat Robertson, makes all this innuendo even funnier.
Though that one refers to Brad saying "two-hundred pound snatch", which actually made it to air the first time and was bleeped out on all subsequent airings. The reason it made it to air is because a "snatch" is a legitimate name for a weightlifting exercise, which Brad helpfully mimes right after he says it.
From "Scenes from a Hat," the recurring "Things you can say about X but not your girlfriend" suggestion, and some one-time ideas like "Things that sound dirty, but aren't," which the players went to town with.
One that has surprisingly never been censored initially has "Things you can say to your dog but not your girlfriend" and Colin stands forward, positions himself as though talking to a dog and says "Come!"
And he doesn't just SAY it, he makes the "C'mere" gesture with his hand.
"Nice genis." "You weren't out shooting any... male deer?"
During a playing of Film, TV & Theater Styles, the next style was "horror." Ryan looked at Kathy and said, "You mean you two aren't married? You whore," playing up the fact that "whore" and "horror" sound so much alike if you don't enunciate. Amazingly, "whore" was left uncensored.
Perhaps because of this, a later playing of "Greatest Hits" had Drew heavily enunciate "Songs of Horror," which Ryan and Colin exaggerated to the point of absurdity.
Colin: Are you saying that every song on this compilation has to do with hor-ror??
On at least one occasion, Drew was able to flip off Ryan, using his blazer as a cover.
Greg during a "Scenes From a Hat" round for "Anecdotes dogs would tell if they appeared on talk shows": "Yeah, I'm Drew Carey's dog. And, uh, you know, right around eleven o'clock he breaks out the peanut butter and I know what's comin'!" This one actually made it to air, surprisingly enough (assuming you understand to what they're referring).
This example, from a "Hollywood Director" where Ryan played a gas station attendant:
Ryan: Would you like me to fill 'er up? Kathy Greenwood: (impatiently) I've said yes to that question fifteen times! Ryan: How 'bout the car?
In "Daytime Talk Show" with guest Jerry Springer:
Ryan: Jerry, before we start, can I rub Drew's head? (Beat) Jerry: Yeah, go ahead. (Ryan does so and sits back down) Jerry: (to Colin) You wanna rub the other one? (Colin turns him down)
On the UK version, in one game of "Hey You Down There", Ryan and Colin pretend to fly a small plane. Ryan ends up pretending to be on fire. Colin pretends to urinate on him to extinguish it. Greg as the narrator says, "That's using your head!".
One game of "Helping Hands" has Drew gamely stepping in to swallow what Colin normally shoves into Ryan's mouth, which in this case was calamine lotion (a whitish fluid normally used to treat rashes). Pretty strictly external use only, so Drew spat it out immediately, leading to:
The second episode with just Jeff Davis and no guest in the second revival series. From Wayne making a Running Gag out of hiding under the desk, with Aisha no less, to Wayne and Jeff's verses in the Hoedown.
In a game of "Living Scenery" in the CW reboot, Ryan and Colin go ice-fishing. Ryan makes Wayne lie face-down as the ice, then cuts a hole over his butt to make an "ice-hole" and refers to it as often as he can.
In a game of "Hollywood Director" in the CW series, Ryan and Jeff are cleaning the bells in Notre-Dame when they are attacked by Quasimodo (played by Wayne). They make sound effects for the bells, and Wayne swings in from a bell with a "Dong!" sound.
Ryan: "Did you see the size of that dong? It was huge!" Jeff: "Perhaps it is true, what they say about black hunchbacks."
Wayne then mimes throwing his penis over his shoulder in such a way that it can also be construed as pulling a rope over his shoulder to ring a large bell, and does it again along with the "Dong!" sound effect later in the game.