My Game Shows, A-C

ABOUT FACES-Ben Alexander: Two episodes from 1960 [both OC]:

  • The premiere episode; guest is Zsa Zsa Gabor
  • An episode w/Tom Kennedy guest-hosting; guest is Margaret O'Brien (missing final segment) [259.2]

    ACADEMIC CHALLENGE (Cleveland HS quiz)
    Lou Magglio:

  • One episode from 1989 (check out the PYL-esque gameboard!) [OC/125.10]
    Danita Harris: Two episodes from 2007 [both OC]
  • Lake Catholic/Vermilion/Norwalk [1052.4]
  • The championship episode
    Jason Nicholas:
  • Avon/Western Reserve Academy/Jefferson Area from 2007 [OC]
  • Conneaut/Midview/Aurora from 2008 [OC]
  • The 41st season premiere from 2008 [OC]
  • The season 41 championship episode from 2009 [OC]
  • The 42nd season premiere from 2009 [OC]
  • The season 42 championship episode from 2010 [OC]
  • The season 43 championship episode from 2011 [OC]

    ALL ABOUT FACES-Richard Hayes: Three episodes from 1971 [all GSN]:

  • Gwen Verdon & Richard Bell vs. William Shatner & Mary Jane ? [236.2]
  • Rich & Chris Little vs. Melvin & Cesar Belli [369.1]
  • Steve Allen & Jayne Meadows vs. Jacqueline Susann & Irving Mansfield [459.3]

    ALL ABOUT THE OPPOSITE SEX-David Sparks: One episode from 1990 [GSN/102.2]

    ALL-STAR ANYTHING GOES-Bill Boggs:

  • "Busting Loose" vs. "Eight is Enough" from 1977 [OC]
  • 11 minutes of clips from a 1978 episode w/"The New Mickey Mouse Club" vs. "Little House On the Prairie" [OB]

    ALL-STAR BLITZ-Peter Marshall: Fourteen episodes from 1985:

  • The premiere episode; guests are Leslie Uggams, John Byner, Abby Dalton, and Robert Mandan [OC/147.1]
  • Guests are Martha Smith, Ed Begley Jr, Abby Dalton, and Rich Little [OB]
  • Guests are Isabel Sanford, Richard Kline, Abby Dalton, and Peter Scolari [OB]
  • Guests are Jenilee Harrison, Robert Mandan, Abby Dalton, and Tim Reid [OB]
  • Guests are Madge Sinclair, Christopher Hewett, Abby Dalton, and Peter Scolari [OC]
  • Guests are Sherilyn Wolter, Ted Shackelford, Betty White, and Robert S. Woods [USA/200.1]
  • Guests are Isabel Sanford, Gordon Jump, Andrea Evans, and Scott Holmes [USA/200.2]
  • A partial episode; guests are Stuart Damon, Abby Dalton, Tom Poston, and Rose Marie (JIP at 3rd segment) [OC]
  • Guests are Heidi Bohay, Ted Knight, Beverly Garland, and Steve Bond [USA/512.9]
  • Guests are Anne Bloom, Tom Poston, Rose Marie, and Sam Behrens [OC/729.2]
  • Guests are John Matuszak, Doris Roberts, Charles Nelson Reilly, and Jacklyn Zeman [USA]
  • Guests are Christopher Norris, Ed Begley Jr, Beverly Garland, and Todd Bridges [USA/894.4]
  • Guests are Teresa Ganzel, Tom Poston, Abby Dalton, and Steve Bond [OB]
  • The last episode; guests are Rose Marie, Charles Nelson Reilly, Abby Dalton, and Stuart Damon [SM]

    ALL STAR SECRETS-Bob Eubanks:

  • The 1978 pilot (titled "Celebrity Secrets" and w/a different theme song); guests are Robert Reed, Dodie Goodman, Arthur Godfrey, Lee Meriwether, and Charles Nelson Reilly [SM]
    (all other episodes are from the 1979 series run)
  • Guests are *Bill Cullen*, Della Reese, John Schuck, Nanette Fabray, and Arte Johnson [OC]
  • Guests are Robert Pine, Dody Goodman, Conrad Bain, Anne Lockhart, and Robert Guillaume [OC]
  • Guests are Nipsey Russell, Abbe Lane, Jamie Farr, Lynn Redgrave, and Billy Crystal [GSN]
  • Guests are Wilt Chamberlain, Elaine Joyce, Jon "Bowzer" Bauman, Dr. Joyce Brothers, and Wayland Flowers & Madame [SM/288.1]
  • Guests are David Landsberg, Eva Gabor, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Barbara Feldon, and David Huddleton (missing first few minutes) [OC/633.11]

    THE ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE GAMESHOW-The Rubberbandits: The 2016 premiere episode [RPT]

    THE AMAZING RACE-Phil Keoghan:
    Fall 2001:

  • All 15 episodes of the series [all SM]
    Spring 2002 ("The Amazing Race 2"):
  • All 11 episodes of the series (3rd-to-last and last eps are 2 hrs) [all OC/705.1-6, 723.1-5]
    Fall 2002 ("The Amazing Race 3"):
  • All 11 episodes of the series (3rd-to-last and last eps are 2 hrs [but the former is cut off after 1st half]) [all OC/762.1-6, 772.1, 772.3-4, 775.1]
    Summer 2003 ("The Amazing Race 4"):
  • All 13 episodes of the series (except #7 and #12) [all OC/832.1-5, 844.1-6]
    Summer 2004 ("The Amazing Race 5"):
  • All 14 episodes of the series (except #11) [all OC/959.1-5, 974.1-6]
    Winter 2004-05 ("The Amazing Race 6"):
  • All 15 episodes of the series (except #6) [all OC/1006.1-7, 1010.1-6]
    Spring 2005 ("The Amazing Race 7"):
  • All 14 episodes of the series [all OC/1023.1-6, 1030.1-8]
    Fall 2005 ("The Amazing Race Family Edition"):
  • All 13 episodes of the series [all OC]
    Spring 2006 ("The Amazing Race 9"):
  • All 12 episodes of the series [all OB]
    Winter/Spring 2007 ("The Amazing Race All-Stars"):
  • Episodes 4-6 and 8-13 [all OC]
    Fall 2007/Winter 2008 ("The Amazing Race 12"):
  • All 13 episodes of the series (except #6) [all OC]
    Fall 2008 ("The Amazing Race 13"):
  • All 11 episodes of the series (except #9) [all OC]
    Winter/Spring 2009 ("The Amazing Race 14"):
  • All 12 episodes of the series (except #1 and #6) [all OC]
    Winter/Spring 2010 ("The Amazing Race 16"):
  • Episodes 1-4, 7, and 10-12 [all OC]
    Fall 2010 ("The Amazing Race 17"):
  • All 13 episodes of the series (except #5, and #7 is missing last few minutes) [all OC]
    Winter/Spring 2011 ("The Amazing Race: Unfinished Business"):
  • All 11 episodes of the series (episode #7 missing last few minutes) [all OC]
    Fall 2011 ("The Amazing Race 19"):
  • All 12 episodes of the series (except #1) [all OC]

    THE AMERICAN BIBLE CHALLENGE-Jeff Foxworthy:

  • The 2012 premiere episode [RPT]
  • The 1st season Grand Finale from 2012 [RPT]
  • The 2nd season premiere from 2013 [RPT]
  • The 2nd season Grand Finale from 2013 [RPT]
  • The first two episodes of the 3rd season from 2014 [both RPT]
  • The 3rd season Grand Finale from 2014 [RPT]

    AMERICAN DREAM DERBY-Steve Santagati: The 2005 premiere episode [SM]

    AMNE$IA-Dennis Miller:

  • The 2008 premiere episode [OC]
  • A general 2008 episode [OC]

    ANIMAL CRACK-UPS-Alan Thicke:

  • The 1987 premiere episode; guests are Betty White, Mackenzie Astin, Caryn Richman, and Charlie Callas (missing some animal footage) [OB/562.1]
  • The 2nd episode; guests are Wil Shriner, Jean Kasem, Charlotte Rae, and Richard Lewis (missing some animal footage) [OB/562.2]
  • 1987; guests are Christopher Hewitt, Alyssa Milano, Mary Hart, and JM Bullock (missing intro) [OC/562.4]
  • 1988; guests are Betty White, *Jeff MacGregor*, Christina Applegate, and Jimmie Walker [OC/562.5]
  • 1988; guests are Zsa Zsa Gabor, JM Bullock, Delta Burke, and Brice Beckham (part of end credits cut off) [RPT]
  • 1988; guests are Joanna Kerns, Jeremy Miller, Kirk Cameron, and Tracey Gold [OC/562.3]
  • 1988; guests are Sally Struthers, Dan Frischman, Soleil Moon Frye, and Todd Christensen [RPT/491.2]
  • 1988; guests are Byron Allen, Emma Samms, Jason Hervey, and Phyllis Diller (missing first 5 min.) [OC]

    ANYBODY CAN PLAY-George Fenneman: One episode from 1958 [OC]

    ANYONE CAN WIN-Al Capp: One episode from 1953; panel is Laraine Day, Jackie Cooper, and Wendy Barrie [OC]

    ANYTHING FOR MONEY-Fred Travalena: Two episodes from 1984 [1 OC/101.11, 1 USA]

    ANYTHING YOU CAN DO-Gene Wood: The 1971 premiere episode (followed by a promo) [SM/1042.3]

    ARE YOU NORMAL, AMERICA?-Barry Poznick & Kim Coles: The 2012 premiere episode [RPT]

    ARE YOU SMARTER THAN A 5TH GRADER?-Jeff Foxworthy
    FOX, 2007-09:

  • The first two episodes from 2007 (half-hour each) [both OC]
  • A special 2-hour episode from 2007 [OC]
  • The 1st season finale from 2007 [OC]
  • The 2nd season premiere from 2007 [OC]
  • Three general 2007 episodes [all OC]
  • A celebrity episode from 2007 w/Clay Aiken [OC]
  • A celebrity episode from 2007 w/*Regis Philibin* [OC]
  • A 2007 episode w/a "visiting class" of frat boys and an appearance by Wayne Brady [OC]
  • A celebrity episode from 2008 w/Billy Bush [OC]
  • A special 2-hour episode from 2008 [OC]
  • Three general 2008 episodes [all OC]
  • The 2-hour 3rd season premiere from 2008 (w/Kathy Ireland playing and the first-ever $1,000,000 win!) [OC]
  • Former "J!" superchamp Ken Jennings' appearance from 2008 [OC]
  • A celebrity episode from 2008 w/Deborah Norville and Rick Fox [OC]
  • A celebrity episode from 2009 w/Larry the Cable Guy [OC]
  • A celebrity episode from 2009 w/shark attack survivor Bethany Hamilton [OC]
  • A celebrity episode from 2009 w/Dean Cain [OC]
  • The last episode from 2009 (w/the second $1,000,000 winner!) [OC]
    SYNDICATED, 2009-11:
  • The first two episodes from 2009 [both OC]
  • A celebrity episode from 2009 w/Brad Garrett [OC]
  • A celebrity episode from 2009 w/Giuliana Rancic [OC]
  • Two general 2009 episodes [both RPT]
  • A 2009 episode w/the first-ever $250,000 winner! [OC]
  • A 2009 episode w/the second $250,000 winner [OC]
  • A 2009 episode from "Sesame Street Week" w/Prairie Dawn as co-host [OC]
  • A 2009 episode from "NASCAR Week" w/Denny Hamlin [RPT]
  • The 2nd season premiere from 2010 [OC]
  • A 2010 episode from "Globetrotters Week" w/Flight Time [OC]
  • A celebrity episode from 2010 w/Joan Rivers [OC]
  • A general 2010 episode [RPT]
  • A 2010 episode from "Circus Week" [OC]
  • A 2010 episode from "Are You Smarter Than Your Boss Week" [OC]
  • A 2010 episode from "Weight Loss Winners Week" [OC]
    FOX, 2015:
  • The premiere episode [RPT]
  • Three general episodes [all OC]

    @MIDNIGHT-Chris Hardwick:

  • 2014; guests are *Drew Carey*, Brendon Walsh, and *Blaine Capatch* [OC]
  • 2014; guests are Jack Black, Kyle Gass, and Margaret Cho (part of end credits cut off) [OC]

    THE BABY GAME-Richard Hayes: Two episodes from 1968 [both KIN/747.3]

    BAGGAGE-Jerry Springer
    2010-12:

  • The 2010 premiere episode [OC]
  • The 2nd season premiere from 2010 [OB]
  • A special "Get Her to the Geek" episode from 2010 [OC]
  • A special "Golden Years" episode from 2010 [RPT]
  • Two episodes from 2011 [both RPT]
    2015- ("Baggage On the Road"):
  • The first two episodes from 2015 [both OC]

    BALDERDASH-Elayne Boosler: Eight episodes from 2004 [all OC]:

  • The premiere episode; guests are *Jimmy Pardo*, Tammy Pescatelli, and Eric Roberts [963.2]
  • Guests are Regan Burns, Loni Love, and Tim Meadows [963.8]
  • Guests are Regan Burns, Debra Wilson, and Jim J. Bullock [970.5]
  • Guests are Stephanie Miller, Bruce Vilanch, and Sally Struthers (Veteran GS champ Scott Hostetler is a contestant!) [984.4]
  • Guests are Victoria Jackson, French Stewart, and Charo [984.8]
  • Guests are Regan Burns, Melissa Peterman, and Rondell Sheridan (All 9 letters are removed in the bonus round!)
  • Guests are *Tom Bergeron*, JoAnne Worley, and Bruce Vilanch [996.8]
  • Guests are John Ratzenberger, Regan Burns, and John Moschitta [1004.7]

    BALLBREAKERS-Sal Masekela & Ewa Mataya Laurance: Four episodes from 2005:

  • The premiere episode [RPT/1045.1, also SM]
  • A celebrity episode w/Noah Wyle, Goran Visnjic, Julie McCullough, and Dorian Harewood [SM]
  • A general episode [RPT/1040.5]
  • A celebrity episode w/Tia Carrere, Lou Diamond Phillips, Camryn Manheim, and Eric Roberts [RPT/1040.4]

    BAM'S BAD-ASS GAME SHOW-Bam Margera: The 2014 premiere episode [RPT]

    BANK ON THE STARS-Bill Cullen: Two episodes from 1954 [both OC]

    BANZAI: The 2003 premiere episode [OC/839.3]

    BABY RACES-Fred Travalena-: One episode from 1993 [OC/699.10]

    BARGAIN HUNTERS-Peter Tomarken: Three episodes from 1987:

  • The pilot [SM]
  • The premiere episode [SM]
  • A general episode [OB/120.13]

    BASEBALL I.Q.-Matt Vasgersian:

  • The 2012 premiere episode w/Mets vs. Phillies [OC]
  • Hall of Fame vs. MLB from 2012 [OC]

    BATTLE OF THE BRAINS (Virginia HS quiz)-Stephanie Harris:

  • Norfolk Collegiate vs. Bethel from 2004 [OC]
  • Kellam vs. Walsingham from 2005 [OC]
  • Oscar Smith vs. Bethel from 2008 (part of opening/end credits cut off) [OC]
  • Ocean Lakes vs. Deep Creek from 2008 (part of opening/end credits cut off) [OC]
  • Princess Anne vs. Landstown from 2008 (part of opening/end credits cut off) [OC]
  • Hickory vs. Grassfield from 2008 [OC]
  • Poquoson vs. Franklin from 2008 [OC]
  • A quarter-finals episode from 2009 w/Ocean Lakes vs. King's Fork (missing last 3 min.) [OC]
  • A semi-finals episode from 2009 w/Ocean Lakes vs. Princess Anne (missing intro) [OB]

    THE BATTER'S BOX (Chicago baseball quiz)-Luke Stuckmeyer: A Cubs quarter-finals episode from 2012 [OC]

    BATTLE OF THE NETWORK REALITY STARS-Mike Adamle:

  • All 6 episodes of the series from 2005 (premiere and hr-and-1/2, all others an hr.) [all OC]

    BATTLESTARS-Alex Trebek
    1981-82:

  • 1981; guests are Fred Willard, Randi Oakes, Joan Rivers, Skip Stephenson, Tim Reid, and Carol Wayne [OB/222.5]
  • Christmas 1981 episode; guests are Todd Bridges, Nancy McKeon, Richard Simmons, Skip Stephenson, Nell Carter, and Richard Kiel (Lara Jill Miller makes an appearance at the end) [OC/720.1]
  • The second half of a 1982 episode; guests are Dody Goodman, Ruth Buzzi, Richard Kline, Jenilee Harrison, Dick Martin, and Michael Warren [OC]
  • 1982; guests are Jerry Seinfeld, Nell Carter, Debbie Reynolds, Charles Nelson Reilly, Jenilee Harrison, and Rip Taylor (missing opening segment) [OC]
  • The last episode from 1982; guests are Tom Poston, Debbie Reynolds, Jenilee Harrison, Rip Taylor, JM J. Bullock, and Ricky Schroeder [OB/201.12]
    1983 ("The New Battlestars"):
  • The premiere episode; guests are Erik Estrada, Debbie Reynolds, Tom Wopat, Jimmy Bullock, Glen Scarpelli, and Vicki Lawrence [OC/411.6]
  • Guests are Charles Nelson Reilly, Emma Saams, Fred Grandy, James Sikking, Andy Gibb, and Mary Frann (missing most of intro and end credits) [OC/299.6]
  • Guests are Tom Poston, Lynn Redgrave, Abby Dalton, JM J. Bullock, Vic Tayback, and Denise Alexander (B&W for first 2 segments due to TDs) [OB]
  • Guests are Martin Mull, Dottie West, Mel Tillis, Jimmy Bullock, David Brenner, and Irlene Mandrell (small part of opening missing, precedes the episode below) [OB]
  • Guests are Charles Nelson Reilly, Marla Gibbs, Lydia Cornell, Richard Kline, Lawrence Lau, and Betty White [OB]
  • The last episode; guests are Charles Nelson Reilly, Betty White, Candy Clark, Jimmy Bullock, Stuart Damon, and Mary Crosby [OC/411.7]

    BAY AREA QUIZ KIDS (San Francisco HS quiz)-Brad Friedman:

  • Evergreen Valley vs. Novato from 2003 [OC]
  • Ygnacio Valley vs. Carlmont from 2004 [SM]
  • Archbishop Riordan vs. Harker from 2010 [OC]
  • Mills vs. Woodside from 2010 [OC]
  • San Leandro vs. Bentley from 2010 [OC]
  • Menlo vs. Crystal Springs from 2010 [OC]
  • Fremont vs. Sacred Heart from 2010 [OC]
  • Mission San Jose vs. vs. Sacred Heart from 2010 [OC]
  • Mills vs. Hillsale from 2010 (preceded by a "Make Me a Millionaire" promo) [OC]
  • The championship episode from 2010 [SM]
  • Santa Teresa vs. Sequoia from 2011 [OC]
  • American vs. Woodside from 2011 [OC]
  • Saratoga vs. Terra Nova from 2011 [OC]
  • Fremont vs. Santa Teresa from 2011 [OC]
  • Carlmont vs. Menio School from 2011 [OC]
  • Bellarmine vs. Mills from 2011 [OC]
  • Both championship episodes from 2011 [both SM]

    BEACH CLASH-David Hirsch & Alison Armitage:

  • One episode from 1994 [OB]
  • One episode from 1995 [OC]

    BEAT THE BOOTH-Chris Carlin: One episode from 2016 [RPT]

    BEAT THE CHEFS-Matt Rogers: The 2012 premiere episode [RPT]

    BEAT THE CLOCK
    Bud Collyer
    CBS, 1950-58:

  • One episode from 1951 [OC]
  • A 1952 episode w/John Reed King guest-hosting [GSN/281.5]
  • Sylvania's 3rd anniversary episode from 1952 (w/an appearance by company president Don Mitchell) [GSN]
  • A general 1952 episode [GSN]
  • Christmas 1952 episode [GSN]
  • New Year's Eve 1952 episode (featuring the year's best stunts, and Bess Myerson appears to present Roxanne w/an award!) [GSN]
  • A 1953 episode w/Frank Wayne guest-hosting [GSN/404.10]
  • A 1953 episode where the girls are presented w/an award [GSN/1046.2]
  • Two general 1953 episodes [1 KIN, 1 GSN]
  • The 3rd anniversary episode from 1953 [GSN]
  • Christmas 1953 episode [GSN]
  • A 1954 episode w/Bob Kennedy guest-hosting [GSN/344.1]
  • A 1954 episode where Bud is presented w/an award [GSN]
  • Three general 1954 episodes [all GSN/D44.3, D44.5, 1046.3]
  • A special "baseball" episode from 1954 [GSN]
  • A special "western" episode from 1954 [GSN]
  • Christmas 1954 episode [GSN/1046.4]
  • A 1955 episode w/an appearance by stunt coordinators Bob Howard and Frank Wayne [GSN]
  • A special "circus" episode from 1955 [GSN]
  • Roxanne's last episode (though not mentioned) from 1955 [GSN/676.4]
  • Beverly Bentley's first episode from 1955 [GSN/676.5]
  • A general 1955 episode [GSN/1045.2]
  • A 1955 episode w/Bud's birthday celebrated [GSN]
  • A 1955 episode w/Win Elliott guest-hosting [GSN/1045.3]
  • New Year's Eve 1955 episode (featuring the year's best stunts) [OC]
  • The first episode w/the Super Bonus Stunt from 1956 [GSN]
  • The 6th anniversary episode from 1956 (w/an $18,000 Bonus Stunt win!) [GSN/D44.4]
  • A special "beach" episode from 1956 [GSN]
  • Two general 1956 episodes [1 OC, 1 GSN]
  • A 1956 episode w/a *$64,000* Bonus Stunt win! [GSN/1038.7]
  • The first episode w/the new theme music from 1956 [GSN]
  • Christmas 1956 episode [GSN]
  • The first episode w/the new set from 1957 [GSN]
  • A 1957 episode w/a $21,000 Bonus Stunt win [GSN]
  • A 1957 episode w/Sonny Fox guest-hosting [GSN/1045.4]
  • A general 1957 episode [GSN]
    ABC, 1958-61:
  • A 1960 episode w/a $20,100 Bonus Stunt win! [OC]
    Jack Narz:
  • 1971; guest is Bert Convy [GSN/D28.1]
  • 1971; guest is Gene Rayburn [GSN/400.1]
  • 1971; guest is Bob Denver [GSN/1046.5]
  • 1971; guest is Louis Nye [GSN/1046.6]
  • 1971; guest is Cab Calloway [GSN/1053.7]
  • 1971; guest is Leslie Nielsen [GSN]
  • 1971; guest is Helen O'Connell [SM]
  • 1972; guest is Tom Kennedy [GSN/D37.1]
  • 1972; guest is Gene Wood [GSN/400.2]
    Gene Wood ("The New Beat the Clock"):
  • His first episode from 1972; guest is Giselle Mackenzie [GSN/213.3]
  • "Ladies' Day" from 1972; guest is Richard Dawson [GSN/D28.2]
  • 1972; guest is Jim Backus [GSN]
  • 1972; guest is Dick Clark [GSN/D125.1]
  • 1972; guest is Henny Youngman [GSN/1046.7]
  • 1972; guest is Ted Knight [GSN]
  • 1973; guest is Patti Deutsch [GSN/345.8]
  • 1973; guest is Henry Morgan [GSN]
  • 1973; guest is William Shatner [GSN]
    Monty Hall ("The All-New Beat the Clock"):
  • The first 2 pilots and the first 10 min. of the 3rd from 1979 [all SM/516.3-5]
  • The 1979 premiere episode [GSN/123.1]
  • The infamous "sweater" episode from 1979 [GSN/D125.2]
  • Big winners Jerry & Marlene Beck's first three appearances from 1979 (Jack Narz makes an on-camera appearance in episode 1!) [episode 1 GSN/808.1, last 2 BZR]
  • A 1979 episode where Jerry & Marlene retire undefeated w/$31,700 [GSN, also BZR]
  • The last three civilian episodes from 1979 [GSN]
  • A 1979 episode where Gary & Kim Stacey retire undefeated w/$26,200 [BZR]
  • Two general 1979 episodes [both GSN/D37.2]
  • The first "All-Star" episode from 1979 w/Nancy Lane & Robert Pine vs. Mary McDonough & Steve Kanaly [GSN/231.8]
  • Two episodes from 1979 w/JoAnn Pflug & Tige Andrews vs. Abbe Lane & Robert Donner [both GSN/112.6, 135.12]
  • Patty Duke Astin & John Astin vs. Mary Ann Mobley & Gary Collins from 1979 [GSN/205.1]
  • Charlene Tilton & Gordon Jump vs. Phyllis Davis & Sorrell Booke from 1979 [GSN/205.2]
  • Two episodes from Christmas 1979 w/Joyce Bulifant & Johnny Brown vs. Patti Deutsch & Ronnie Schell [both GSN/547.11, 770.1]
  • Ellen Travolta & Jack Carter vs. Eileen Barnett & Louis Nye from 1979 [GSN/169.19]
  • Mitzi McCall & Charlie Brill vs. Elaine Joyce & Bobby Van from 1980 [GSN/113.2]
  • Meredith MacRae & Don Sutton vs. Sue Ann Langdon & Bob Seagren from 1980 [GSN/205.3]
  • The last episode from 1980 w/Guy & Ralna Hovis vs. Laurette Spang & John McCook [OB/201.9]
    Gary Kroeger: Seven episodes from 2002:
  • The pilot [SM]
  • An hour-long unaired special [SM]
  • The premiere episode [OC/755.3]
  • Three general episodes [2 OC/761.1; 761.7, 1 RPT/839.7]
  • An episode w/a hilarious blooper! [RPT]

    BEAT THE GEEKS
    J. Keith van Straaten & Tiffany Bolton:
    Seven episodes from 2001

  • The aired pilot (w/slight differences from later episodes; missing intro) [OC/686.4]
  • The premiere episode [OC/660.1]
  • Three general episodes [2 OC/686.1; 702.1, 1 RPT/731.5]
  • An episode w/an appearance by Jane Wiedlin [OB]
  • An episode w/an appearance by Wil Wheaton [OB]
    Blaine Capatch & Tiffany Bolton: Three episodes from 2002:
  • Blaine's first episode [OC/752.1]
  • A general episode [OC/745.7]
  • A special "Revenge of the Losers" episode [OB]

    BEAT THE GENIUS (local LA show)-Art Baker:One episode from 195? [OC/315.1]

    BEAT THE ODDS (local LA show)
    Mike Stokey:
    The 5th episode from 1962 [OC]
    Warren Hull: One episode from 1962 [OC]

    THE $1.98 BEAUTY SHOW-Rip Taylor:

  • The 1978 premiere episode; guests are Anson Williams, Mabel King, and Wayland Flowers & Madame [GSN]
  • 1978; guests are *Jim Lange*, Gloria DeHaven, and Willie Bobo (end credits missing) [RPT/135.15]
  • 1978; guests are Carl Ballantine, *Ruta Lee*, and Wayland Flowers & Madame (Teresa Ganzel [then Gazarowski] is a contestant!) [GSN/737.1]
  • 1978; guests are Billy Carter, Susan Strasburg, and Willie McCovey (Rhonda Shear is a contestant!) [GSN/737.3]
  • 1978; guests are Jaye P. Morgan, Trini Lopez, and Dorothy Lamour (parts of opening segment missing) [RPT/186.4]
  • 1978; guests are Rosey Grier, Jaye P. Morgan, and *Chuck Woolery* (Actress Sandra "Malvina Rae" Bernhard is an incognito contestant!) [RPT/438.3]
  • 1978; guests are Suzy Chaffee, Erik Estrada, and Joyce Haber [OC, also RPT/438.4]
  • 1978; guests are David Hasselhoff, Marilyn Beck, and The Unknown Comic [GSN/737.2]
  • 1978; guests are Edward Winters, Dr. Joyce Brothers, and Fred Travalena [GSN/747.1]
  • 1979; guests are Freeman King, Patty Andrews, and Don Ford [RPT/438.1]
  • 1979; guests are Gordon Jump, Marie Lousie Weller, and Ed Bernard [GSN]
  • 1979; guests are Pat Paulsen, Ann Lockhart, and Nom Nixon [GSN/737.4]
  • 1979; guests are Isaac Hayes, *Susan Stafford*, and Fred Travalena [RPT/438.2]
  • 1979; guests are Jon "Bowzer" Bauman, Dawn Wells, and Stu Gilliam [GSN/729.8]
  • 1979; guests are Rosey Grier, Carol Connors, and Jean-Paul Vingon [GSN/737.5]
  • 1979; guests are Ed Bernard, Cyndy Garvey, and Steve Garvey (missing intro) [OC]

    BEDTIME STORIES-Al Lohman & Roger Barkley: The 1979 pilot [SM]

    BEER MONEY (NY sports quiz)-Chris Carlin & Alexi Panos: One episode from 2009 [RPT]

    BEER MONEY (Chicago sports quiz)-Ted Brunson & Sarah Kustok: One episode from 2008 [OC]

    BEER MONEY (Ohio sports quiz)-Jamir Howerton & Ashley Collins: One episode from 2009 [OC]

    BEST TIME EVER-Neil Patrick Harris & Nicole Scherzinger:

  • The 2015 premiere episode; guests are Reese Witherspoon, Gloria Gaynor, and Carson Daly [OC]
  • 2015; guests are Shaquille O'Neal, Zachary Levi, Andy Cohen, and "The Real Housewives of Richmond" cast [OC]

    BET ON YOUR BABY-Melissa Peterman:

  • The first two episodes from 2013 [both OC]
  • The 2nd season premiere from 2014 [OC]

    THE BETTER SEX-Bill Anderson & Sarah Purcell:

  • The pilot (w/7-member teams and slightly different rules) [SM/D126.2]
  • A 1977 episode w/a great one-question bonus round win! [GSN/356.1]
  • A 1977 episode w/two bonus round wins [GSN/252.1]
  • The last episode from 1978 (w/another emotional goodbye!) [SM/309.3]

    BID WHIST PARTY THROWDOWN-Kiki Sheppard & Brad Sanders:
    One episode from 2006 w/Chip & Kim McAllister, Lawrence LeJohn & A.J. Jamal, and Doris Day Bowman & Michael Colyar [RPT]

    BIG BROTHER-Julie Chen
    (NOTE: All episodes an hour, except for season finales, which are 2 hours)
    Summer 2000:

  • The premiere episode [OC/481.6]
  • An episode where the 1st housemate is voted out [OC/481.8]
  • An episode where the 2nd housemate is voted out [OC/507.1]
  • An episode where the 3rd housemate is voted out [OC/507.2]
  • An episode where the 5th housemate is voted out [OC/507.6]
  • The last episode [OC/507.7]
    Summer 2001 ("Big Brother 2"):
  • The premiere episode [OC/604.1]
  • An episode where the 1st housemate is voted out (and Justin is expelled!) [OC/604.2]
  • An episode where the 2nd housemate is voted out (very poor audio) [OC/604.4]
  • An episode where the 3rd housemate is voted out [OC/604.8]
  • An episode where the 4th housemate is voted out [OC/611.4]
  • An episode where the 5th housemate is voted out [OC/623.1]
  • An episode where ex-"Survivor" castaways Gervase Peterson, Sue Hawk, Jeff Varner, and Alicia Callaway visit the house (very poor audio) [OC/623.8]
  • An episode where the 9th housemate is voted out [OC/626.3]
  • An episode where the 10th housemate is voted out [OC/626.6]
  • The last episode (Mike has an important question during the interview segment!) [OC/626.7]
    Summer 2002 ("Big Brother 3"):
  • The premiere episode [OC/741.3]
  • An episode where the 2nd housemate is voted out [OC/745.1]
  • An episode where the 3rd housemate is voted out (missing first 3 min. or so) [OC/745.2]
  • An episode where the 4th housemate is voted out [OC/745.4]
  • An episode where the 5th housemate is voted out (and Amy returns to the house) [OC/746.2]
  • An episode where the 6th housemate is voted out [OC/746.3]
  • An episode where the 7th housemate is voted out [OC/746.4]
  • An episode where the 8th housemate is voted out [OC/746.6]
  • A special 2-hour episode where the 9th housemate is voted out [OC/752.3]
  • An episode where the 10th housemate is voted out [OC/752.6]
  • The last episode [OC/755.8]
    Summer 2003 ("Big Brother 4"):
  • The premiere episode [OC/839.2]
  • An episode where Scott gets expelled [OC/839.4]
  • An episode where the 1st housemate is voted out [OC/839.6]
  • An episode where the 2nd housemate is voted out [OC/846.1]
  • An episode where the 3rd housemate is voted out [OC/846.2]
  • An episode where the 4th housemate is voted out [OC/846.3]
  • An episode where the 5th housemate is voted out [OC/846.4]
  • An episode where the 6th housemate is voted out [OC/846.5]
  • An episode where the 7th housemate is voted out [OC/853.2]
  • An episode where the 9th housemate is voted out [OC/853.4]
  • An episode where the 10th housemate is voted out [OC/852.2]
  • The last episode [OC/853.8]
    Summer 2004 ("Big Brother 5"):
  • The hour-and-1/2 premiere episode [OC/956.1]
  • An episode where the 1st housemate is voted out (missing first 2 min. or so) [OC/956.3]
  • An episode where the 2nd housemate is voted out [OC/956.6]
  • An episode where the 3rd housemate is voted out [OC/956.8]
  • An episode where the 4th housemate is voted out [OC/963.3]
  • An episode where the 5th housemate is voted out [OC/963.5]
  • An episode where the 6th housemate is voted out [OC/963.6]
  • An episode where the 7th housemate is voted out (very poor audio) [OC/970.1]
  • An episode where the 8th housemate is voted out [OC/970.3]
  • An episode where the 9th housemate is voted out [OC/970.8]
  • An episode where the 10th housemate is voted out [OC/967.10]
  • The last episode [OC/984.2]
    Summer 2005 ("Big Brother 6"):
  • The premiere episode [OC]
  • An episode where the 1st housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 2nd housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 3rd housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 4th housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 5th housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 6th housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 7th housemate is voted out (missing first 2 min. or so) [OC]
  • An episode where the 8th housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 10th housemate is voted out [OC]
  • The last episode [OC]
    Summer 2006 ("Big Brother All-Stars"):
  • The premiere episode [OC]
  • An episode where the 1st housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 2nd housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 3rd housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 4th housemate is voted out (missing last 5 min.) [OC]
  • An episode where the 5th housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 7th housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 8th housemate is voted out (missing first 2 min. or so) [OC]
  • The last episode [OC]
    Summer 2007 ("Big Brother 8"):
  • The premiere episode (missing first 5 min.) [OC]
  • An episode where the 1st housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 2nd housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 3rd housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 4th housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 5th housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 6th housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 7th housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 8th housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 9th and 10th housemates are voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 11th housemate is voted out [OC]
  • The last episode (part of opening missing) [OC]
    Winter/Spring 2008 ("Big Brother 9"):
  • The premiere episode [OC]
  • An episode where the 1st housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 2nd housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 3rd housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 4th housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 6th housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 7th housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 8th housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 9th housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 10th housemate is voted out [OC]
  • The last episode [OC]
    Summer 2008 ("Big Brother 10"):
  • The premiere episode [OC]
  • An episode where the 1st housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 2nd housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 4th housemate is voted out (missing first 3 min.) [OC]
  • An episode where the 5th housemate is voted out (part of end credits cut off) [OC]
  • An episode where the 6th housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 7th housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 9th housemate is voted out [OC]
    Summer 2009 ("Big Brother 11"):
  • The premiere episode [OC]
  • An episode where the 1st housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 2nd housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 3rd housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 4th housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 5th housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 6th housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 7th housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 8th housemate is voted out (missing first 2 min.) [OC]
  • An episode where the 9th housemate is voted out [OC]
  • The last episode (missing first 2 min.) [OC]
    Summer 2010 ("Big Brother 12"):
  • The premiere episode [OC]
  • An episode where the 1st housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 2nd housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 3rd housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 4th housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 5th housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 6th housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 7th housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 8th housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 9th housemate is voted out [OC]
  • The last episode (small part of opening missing) [OC]
    Summer 2011 ("Big Brother 13"):
  • The premiere episode [OC]
  • An episode where the 1st housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 2nd housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 3rd housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 4th housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 5th housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 6th and 7th housemates are voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 8th housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 9th housemate is voted out [OC]
  • An episode where the 10th housemate is voted out (small part of opening missing) [OC]
  • The 90-minute last episode [OC]

    THE BIG DATE-Mark Walberg: The 1996 premiere episode [OC/200.6]

    BIG DEAL-Mark DeCarlo: The 1996 premiere episode [OC/D57.1]

    BIG FAN-Andy Richter: The first two episodes from 2017 [both OC]

    BIG GAME-Tom Kennedy: One episode from 1958 [KIN]

    THE BIG MOMENT-Brad Sherwood: Four episodes from 1999 [all OC]:

  • The hour-long premiere episode (missing about 2 minutes in middle of show) [335.1]
  • Three general episodes [333.8, 343.5, 352.1]

    THE BIG PAYOFF-Bob Paige: The 1962 pilot [SM/1058.1]

    THE BIG SHOWDOWN-Jim Peck:

  • The 1974 pilot (simply titled "Showdown") [SM/134.3]
  • The 1975 episode w/Jim's infamous "big falldown" [SM/275.1]
    PLUS:
  • A clip of another bonus round [134.4, also 184.1]

    THE BIG SURPRISE-Mike Wallace: One episode from 1956 w/Errol Flynn as a contestant! [OC]

    BINGE THINKING-Mac Lethal & Amber Diamond: The first three episodes from 2016 [all RPT]

    BINGO AMERICA
    Patrick Duffy & Crystal Wallasch:
    Three episodes from 2008:

  • The premiere episode [OC]
  • A general episode [OC]
  • An episode w/a $100,000 win! (part of opening missing) [RPT]
    Richard Karn & Diane Mizota: Three episodes from 2008:
  • Their first episode (missing intro) [OB]
  • An episode w/a $100,000 win! (intro/end credits missing) [RPT]
  • An episode w/a heartbreaking $100,000 loss [RPT]

    BINGO AT HOME (local NY show)-Monty Hall: The first half-hour of a 1955 episode [OC]

    BINGO AT HOME-Jim Perry: One episode from 1969 [SM]

    BLACK COLLEGE QUIZ (local Chicago show)-Greg-Alan Williams: The championship episode from 2009 [OC]

    BLACKOUT-Bob Goen: Seventeen episodes from 1988:

  • The premiere episode; guests are Markie Post and Charlie Siebert (part of end credits cut off) [OB/D59.3]
  • The 3rd episode (w/same guests as above) [OC]
  • Guests are Annie Bloom and Stephen Furst [OC]
  • Guests are Ilene Graff and Jamie Farr [OB]
  • Guests are Marsha Warfield and Ken Kercheval [OC]
  • Two consecutive episodes; guests are Heidi Bohay and Paul Kreppel (end credits missing in episode 2) [episode 1 OC, episode 2 OB/361.4]
  • Guests are Phyllis Diller and Charles Nelson Reilly [OB/D77.1]
  • Another episode w/same guests as above [OB/D77.2]
  • Guests are Dwayne Hickman and Connie Stevens [OB/D77.3]
  • Guests are Teresa Ganzel and Soupy Sales (contestant Hardy Edwards was on "Hot Streak" 2 years earlier) [OB/50.10]
  • Guests are Scott Hamilton and Jess Walton [OC]
  • Guests are Daphne Mawell-Reid and Tom Poston [OC]
  • Guests are Shelley Smith and Fred Travalena [OB/D77.4]
  • Guests are Emma Samms and Harry Anderson (Jay Stewart announces) [OB/D77.5]
  • A partial episode from the final week (w/same guests as below; missing 1st puzzle and end credits) [OB/D78.1]
  • The last episode; guests are Crystal Bernard and Pat Harrington (Jay Stewart announces in his final TV work) [OB/D27.5]

    BLADE WARRIORS-Mac Maki/Jim Davidson/Kiana Tom:

  • One episode from 1994 [OB]
  • The championship episode (and last show of the series) from 1995 [OC]

    THE BLAME GAME-Judge Reed: The 1999 premiere episode [OC/316.6]

    BLANK CHECK-Art James:

  • The 1974 pilot (has time code at bottom of screen) [SM/D50.1]
  • The 3rd episode from 1975 [SM]

    BLANKETY BLANKS-Bill Cullen:

  • The 1974 pilot; guests are Anita Gillette and Soupy Sales [SM]
  • The 1975 premiere episode; guests are Anne Meara and William Shatner [SM/309.2]

    BLIND DATE-Arlene Francis: One episode from 1950 [KIN/843.16]

    BLOCKBUSTERS
    Bill Cullen:

  • The 1980 premiere episode [SM/164.10, also GSN/102.6]
  • The 2nd episode [GSN/8.2]
  • LaRae Dillman's first apperance from 1980 (w/a 23-second Gold Rush win!) [GSN/1024.4]
  • A 1980 episode where LaRae breaks the $25,000 mark [GSN/743.1]
  • The first episode w/the "2-out-of-3 match" format from 1980 (color pops in and out due to reception problems, end credits missing) [CBN]
  • A general 1980 episode [OC]
  • John Hatton's first appearance from 1980 (the board develops an odd problem, and the game is stopped!) [GSN/303.1]
  • A 1980 episode where John tells how his house burned down during the last taping (very dramatic moment!) [GSN/178.2]
  • A 1980 episode where John plays future "Trivia Trap" champ Puff Contreras [GSN/900.1]
  • John's final appearance from 1980 (he retires undefeated w/$60,000!) [GSN/399.13]
  • Two episodes from Christmas 1980 (one missing last few minutes) [1 OC, 1 GSN]
  • Kathy Thomas & John Shannon's final appearance (also Leland Yung's first!) from 1981 [GSN/825.1, also 1025.1]
  • Leland's final appearance (also Kandi Doyle's first!) from 1981 [GSN/414.13]
  • Kandi's final appearance from 1981 [GSN/414.14]
  • A 1981 episode where Bill tries to end a match too early! [GSN]
  • A 1981 episode w/a buzzer-happy contestant [GSN/950.2]
  • Sherry Lucas's final appearance from 1981 [GSN/453.1]
  • Jeff & Alan Dennis' final appearance from 1981 [GSN/1025.2]
  • A 1981 episode w/TWO 25-second Gold Run wins! [BZR]
  • A 1981 episode w/the first-ever "X" question (and it doesn't go too well!) [GSN, also BZR]
  • A 1981 episode w/21-second AND 23-second Gold Run wins! [GSN, also BZR]
  • A 1981 episode where a contestant's buzzer has to be adjusted on-air! [GSN, also BZR]
  • A general 1981 episode w/a "forbidden" contestant plug [GSN]
  • A 1981 episode w/a family pair that draws pictures of Bill! [GSN/1025.3]
  • Gene Vicich's final appearance from 1981 [CBN/D9.4]
  • Two consecutive episodes from 1981 [both GSN/900.2-3]
  • Ten general 1981 episodes [1 OC, 3 BZR, 6 GSN/D37.4; 147.4; 505.1; 768.2]
  • The first episode w/the 20-game limit from 1981 (Kandi Doyle returns in game 2) [GSN/900.4]
  • Pat & Liz McCarthy's first two appearances from 1981 [both GSN/900.5]
  • A 1981 episode where Pat & Liz become the all-time top winning family pair (part of opening missing) [GSN/876.12]
  • Pat & Liz's final appearance from 1981 (they retire undefeated w/a grand total of $120,000!) [GSN/164.11, also CBN]
  • A 1981 episode where Bill accidentally reads the wrong question at one point! [CBN]
  • A 1981 episode where Bob Hilton's birthday is acknowledged [GSN/925.1]
  • A 1981 episode w/an appearance by Tom Kennedy to plug "Password Plus" [GSN, also CBN]
  • A 1981 episode from LaRae Dillman's 2nd run [GSN/1025.4, also CBN]
  • A 1981 episode w/an on-camera appearance by producer Robert Sherman [GSN]
  • Jeff & Alan Dennis's return episode from 1981 [GSN/1025.5]
  • Christmas 1981 episode [GSN/1025.6]
  • A 1982 episode where a Gold Run loss is overturned [GSN]
  • Leland Yung's final appearance from 1982 [GSN/602.11]
  • A 1982 episode featuring Bill at his best! [GSN/1025.7]
  • Kathy Thomas & John Shannon's return episode from 1982 [GSN/1025.8]
  • A 1982 episode where Bill's birthday is acknowledged [GSN]
  • Two general 1982 episodes [both GSN]
  • John Hatton's return episode from 1982 [GSN]
  • A 1982 episode where John breaks the $100,000 mark [GSN/117.1]
  • A 1982 episode where John almost LOSES the Gold Run due to a judgment error! [GSN]
  • John's final appearance from 1982 (from the final week); he retires undefeated w/a grand total of $120,000! [GSN/137.3]
  • The last episode from 1982; Gene Vicich returns to play in the final game! [OC/123.2, also GSN/418.6 w/MUCH better video quality]
    Bill Rafferty: Fifteen episodes from 1987:
  • The first two episodes (end credits missing in episode 2) [both GSN/216.1, 102.8]
  • An episode w/the infamous "thermometer" question [GSN]
  • Four general episodes [2 OC/1061.2, 2 GSN/123.3; 169.18]
  • An episode w/a rematch between 2 former "Super Password" opponents! [GSN]
  • Five consecutive episodes w/future "$otC" champ Rhona Blaker [4 OC/96.6; 96.7; 233.3; 233.5, 1 OB/233.4]
  • Jeanne Pierce's final appearance (she retires undefeated w/an all-time grand total of $53,000!) [GSN/1037.1]
  • The last episode [OC/96.8]

    BOARDWALK & BASEBALL'S SUPER BOWL OF SPORTS TRIVIA-Chris Berman:

  • Notre Dame vs. Rutgers from 1988 [RPT/517.3]
  • Louisville vs. Nebraska from 1988 [RPT/615.4]
  • The finals episode from 1988 w/Temple vs. Washington State [RPT/602.1]
  • The 2nd season premiere from 1989 w/UCLA vs. Nebraska [RPT/602.2]
  • Dartsmouth vs. Temple from 1989 [RPT/615.2]
  • Duke vs. Georgetown from 1989 [RPT/576.4]
  • Penn State vs. Indiana from 1989 [RPT/487.4]
  • Texas A&M vs. Texas from 1989 [RPT/494.3]
  • Boston College vs. Louisville from 1989 [RPT/494.4]
  • The finals episode from 1989 w/Ohio State vs. Pennsylvania [RPT/517.1]

    BOBCAT'S BIG-ASS SHOW-Bobcat Goldthwait: The 1998 premiere episode [RPT/276.9]

    BODY LANGUAGE-Tom Kennedy:

  • The 1983 pilot (w/a different scoring system and bonus round); guests are Jenilee Harrison and Jon Bauman [BZR]
  • The 1984 premiere episode; guests are Vicki Lawrence and Jamie Farr [GSN/D43.4, also OB/203.3]
  • 1984; guests are Markie Post and Tom Poston [GSN/D59.2]
  • Two consecutive episodes from 1984; guests are Shelley Smith and Fred Travalena [episode 1 GSN/271.2, episode 2 OC]
  • Two consecutive episodes from 1984; guests are Betty White and Ed Begley Jr. [episode 1 OC, episode 2 GSN/101.12]
  • 1984; guests are Mary Cadorette and JM J. Bullock [GSN/533.2]
  • 1984; guests are Abby Dalton and Soupy Sales [GSN/165.9]
  • 1984; guests are Didi Conn and Dick Shawn [GSN/272.16]
  • 1984; guests are Betty Thomas and Brian Matthews [OC]
  • 1984; guests are Fern Fitzgerald and Roger E. Mosley [OC]
  • 1984; guests are Mary Ann Mobley and Nathan Cook [GSN/252.2]
  • 1984; guests are Phyllis Diller and Brian Mitchell [GSN/583.1]
  • 1984; guests are Betty White and Anson Williams [GSN/272.15]
  • The first episode w/the "two-loss" rule from 1984; guests are Mindy Cohn and Dick Gautier [GSN/165.6]
  • 1984; guests are Lucille Ball and Charles Nelson Reilly [GSN/D59.1]
  • 1984; guests are Mary Jo Catlett and Patrick Wayne [GSN/D43.5]
  • 1984; guests are Mary Cadorette and Henry Polic II [GSN/399.12]
  • 1984; guests are Linda-Kaye Henning and Jack Riley [OB/144.7]
  • An all-star show from Christmas 1984 w/Lucille Ball, Isabel Sanford, Robert Morse, and Richard Simmons [OB, also GSN/547.4]
  • 1985; guests are Constance Towers and Tom Villard [GSN/252.3]
  • 1985; guests are Shelley Smith and Orson Bean [GSN/129.3]
  • 1985; guests are Marcia Wallace and Fred Travalena [GSN/589.1]
  • Another 1985 episode w/same guests as above [BZR]
  • 1985; guests are Lindsay Bloom and Nathan Cook [BZR]
  • 1985; guests are Betty White and Jamie Farr [GSN/136.8]
  • 1985; guests are Melody Thomas and Tom Poston [GSN/533.3]
  • 1985; guests are Mary Cadorette and Dick Gautier [GSN/533.4]
  • 1985; guests are Martha Smith and Ed Begley Jr. [GSN/602.10]
  • 1985; guests are Vicki Lawrence and Charles Nelson Reilly [GSN/533.5]
  • 1985; guests are Dr. Joyce Brothers and Brad Garrett [GSN/510.4]
  • 1985; guests are Lauri Hendler and Richard Moll [GSN/510.1]
  • 1985; guests are Constance Towers and Ted Lange [GSN/252.4]
  • A 1985 episode from "Teen Week"; guests are Dana Hill and Todd Bridges [GSN/655.1]
  • 1985; guests are Jonelle Allen and Richard Moll (A player wins *$0* in the Sweepstakes!) [GSN/655.2]
  • 1985; guests are Shelley Smith and Roger E. Mosley [OC, also GSN/573.7]
  • July 4, 1985 episode (from "Teen Week"); guests are Lisa Bonet and Jason Bateman [GSN/165.7]
  • 1985; guests are Jenilee Harrison and Ed Begley Jr. [GSN/986.1]
  • 1985; guests are Phyllis Diller (what's with her hair??) and Richard Simmons [GSN/165.8]
  • 1985; guests are Vicki Lawrence and Paul Kreppel [GSN/655.3]
  • 1985; guests are Jill Whelan and Richard Kline [GSN/628.1]
  • 1985; guests are JoAnne Worley and Jamie Farr [GSN/165.10]
  • Halloween 1985 episode; guests are Mindy Cohn and JM J. Bullock [GSN/165.11]
  • 1985; guests are Abby Dalton and Leonard Frey [GSN/691.1]
  • A "Sports vs. Soaps" all-star episode from 1985 w/Melody Thomas & Catherine Hickland vs. Lynn Swann & Steve Sax [GSN/986.2]
  • 1985; guests are Isabel Sanford and Malcolm-Jamal Warner [GSN/684.5]
  • 1985; guests are Emma Samms and Michael Damian [GSN/701.5]
  • A 1985 episode from the final week (w/same guests as below) [GSN]
  • The last episode from 1986; guests are Vicki Lawrence and Ted Lange [OC/D90.2, missing most of intro, also GSN/418.4, complete]

    BOGGLE: THE INTERACTIVE GAME-Wink Martindale: The 1994 premiere episode [OB/72.3]

    BOILING POINTS-Jonathan Blitt: One episode from 2005 (w/a then-unknown Lady Gaga as a participant in game 3!) [OC]

    BOOM!-Tom Papa:

  • The 2015 premiere episode [OC]
  • Four general 2015 episodes [all OC]

    BOOT CAMP: All 8 episodes of the series (inclduing the 2-part finale) from 2001 [all OC/580.1-8, 592.7]

    BORN LUCKY-Bob Goen: The 1992 premiere episode [OB/D75.3]

    BRACKET GENIUS-Trey Wingo:

  • A special "Study Guide" behind-the-scenes preview episode from 2017 [RPT]
  • The first two preliminary episodes from 2017 [both OC]

    BRAIN GAME (Indianapolis HS quiz)-Chris Wright: One episode from 2007 [OC]

    BRAIN GAME (Raleigh, NC HS quiz)-Mark Roberts: One episode from 2009 w/a technical error [OC]

    BRAINS AND BRAWN-Jack Lescoulie & Fred Davis: One episode from 1958; guests are Willie Mays and Jackie Jensen [SC]

    BRAINS & BRAWN
    Mark-Paul Gosselaar & Danielle Harris:
    Two episodes from 1993 [both OC]:

  • The premiere episode; guests are Ernie Reyes Jr. and Eric Nies [598.10]
  • Guests are Tatyana M. Ali and Lark Voorhies [1054.14]
    Mark-Paul Gosselaar & Tatyana M. Ali: Two episodes from 1993:
  • An all-star episode w/"Saved By the Bell: The New Class" vs. "Running the Halls" [OC]
  • The finals episode; guests are Shane Butterworth and Mario Lopez (part of end credits cut off) [OB/89.7]

    BRAINSTORMERS (Rochester, NY HS quiz)-Don LaVonne:

  • Canandaigua vs. Pittsford-Mendon from 1986 [OB]
  • Pittsford-Mendon vs. Victor from 1986 [OB]
  • Pittsford-Mendon vs. Nazareth Academy from 1986 [OB]
  • Pittsford-Mendon vs. Wilson from 1987 [OB]
  • Hilton vs. Nazareth Academy from 1987 [OB]
  • Waterloo vs. Marshall from 1987 [OB]
  • McQuaid vs. Monroe from 1987 [OB]

    BRAINRUSH-Lamorne Morris: The 2009 premiere episode [OC]

    BRAINSURGE-Jeff Sutphen
    2009-11:

  • The 2009 premiere episode [OC]
  • A general 2009 episode [OC]
  • A celebrity episode from 2009 w/Ashley Argota, Lil' JJ, Victoria Justice, Jerry Trainor, Miranda Cosgrove, and Nat Wolff [OC]
  • The 2nd season premiere from 2010 (from "Boys vs. Girls Week" and now w/a new set) [OC]
  • A general 2010 episode [OB]
  • A 2010 episode w/a record bonus round win! [OC]
  • A celebrity episode from 2011 w/Liz Gillies, Ariana Grande, Matt Bennett, Kendall Schmidt, Ciara Bravo, and Carlos Pena [OC]
  • A 2011 episode w/Jordin Sparks as guest co-host [OC]
  • A 2011 episode w/twins playing [OC]
    2011 ("Family Brainsurge"):
  • The premiere episode (missing intro) [OB]
  • A general episode [OC]
  • The 2nd season premiere; it's a special Nick All-Stars episode w/"Victorious", "iCarly", "House of Annubis", "Bucket & Skinner", and "Supah Ninjas" [OC]

    BREAK THE BANK-Bert Parks: Two episodes from 1956 [1 A1/D42.1, 1 OC/301.11]

    BREAK THE BANK
    Tom Kennedy:
    Thirteen episodes from 1976:

  • The premiere episode; guests are Abe Vigoda, Alice Ghostley, JoAnn Pflug, Dick Gautier, Jan Murray, Lynda Carter, Liz Torres, Robert Heyges, and Marjoe Gortner [OC/268.3, also GSN/136.13]
  • The 5th episode w/same guests as above (a $7,500 bank is broken!) [GSN/189.4]
  • Three consecutive episodes; guests are Anson Williams, Lee Meriwether, Liz Torres, Alex Karras, Jan Murray, Ja'Net DuBois, Sandy Duncan, Tom Bosley, and Pat McCormick [all GSN/189.10, 129.7, 298.16]
  • Guests are Rosey Grier, Beverly Garland, Liz Torres, Bill Dana, Joey Bishop, Fannie Flagg, Mary Ann Mobley, Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs, and Arte Johnson [GSN/137.4]
  • Another episode w/same guests as above (a $10,000 bank is broken!) [GSN/171.9]
  • Guests are Jimmie Walker, Elayne Boosler, Liz Torres, Craig Stevens, Joey Bishop, Meredith MacRae, Jaye P. Morgan, Buzz Aldrin, and Lonnie Shorr [GSN/173.1]
  • Guests are Marjoe Gortner, Shari Lewis, Liz Torres, Dick Gautier, Jan Murray, Dody Goodman, Della Reese, Ron Palillo, and Lonnie Shorr (An $11,500 bank is broken!) [GSN/189.11]
  • Another episode w/same guests as above [SM]
  • Guests are Avery Schreiber, Alice Ghostley, Liz Torres, Bob Crane, Jan Murray, Ja'Net DuBois, Rue McLanahan, Mickey Dolenz, and Jimmie Walker (A $12,000 bank is broken!) [GSN/190.1]
  • An unaired "test" episode (used to explain the new rules); guests are Foster Brooks, Gunilla Hutton, Jaye P. Morgan, Buzz Aldrin, Jan Murray, Gail Fisher, Liz Torres, Greg Mullavey, and Abe Vigoda [SM]
  • Guests are Lonnie Shorr, Dody Goodman, Jaye P. Morgan, Robert Hegyes, Rip Taylor, Fannie Flagg, Marilyn Michaels, Kent McCord, and Dick Gautier (missing part of opening and entire final segment) [OC/222.2]
    Jack Barry: Five episodes from 1976:
  • The premiere episode; guests are Clifton Davis, Elena Verdugo, Jaye P. Morgan, William Conrad, Joey Bishop, Anson Williams, Barbara Eden, Hermoine Baddeley, and Pat Morita [SM/112.8, also GSN/178.3]
  • The 2nd episode (w/same guests as above) [GSN/178.4]
  • The 3rd & 4th episodes; guests are Anson Williams, Bob Crane, Jaye P. Morgan, William Conrad, Joey Bishop, Barbara Eden, Lee Merriweather, *Bill Cullen*, and Abe Vigoda [both GSN/137.1, 137.2]
  • Guests are Nipsey Russell, Shelley Winters, Pearl Bailey, Orson Bean, Jan Murray, Vicki Lawrence, Anne Meara, *Bob Barker*, and Jimmie Walker [GSN/443.4]

    BREAK THE BANK
    Gene Rayburn:
    Twenty episodes from 1985:

  • The premiere episode; guests are Joe Farago (ironic, huh?), Louise DuArt, and Bubba Smith [OC/724.8]
  • The 4th episode; guest is Charles Nelson Reilly (Julie Hayek makes her first appearance, former MLB player/coach Merv Rettenmund is a contestant, and a $23,000+ bank is broken!) [OC/256.1]
  • Guest is Charles Nelson Reilly (again!) [OC/101.9]
  • Guests are Charles Nelson Reilly and Joe Farago [OC]
  • Guests are Joe Farago and Denny Hardwick (then-unknown Thomas Calabro is a contestant!) [OB]
  • Guests are Joe Farago and Don Knotts [OB]
  • Guests are Alan Chapman, Pat Mulligan, and Don Knotts (2 of the props get knocked over during the bonus round!) [OB]
  • Guests are Brenda Dickson and Mark Halloran (A $39,000+ bank is broken!) [OB]
  • Guests are Lou Ferrigno, Brenda Dickson, and Mark Halloran [OB]
  • Guests are Captain America, Wayland Flowers & Madame, and Roger Owens [OB]
  • The first episode w/the revised opening and bonus round clock rules; guests are Bozo the Clown and Richard Moll [OB]
  • Guests are Richard Moll and Denny Hardwick [OB]
  • Guests are Alan Chapman and Rip Taylor [RPT/199.3]
  • Guests are Joe Farago, Avery Schreiber, and Tom Poston (singer/actor Carl Packard is a contestant) [OB]
  • Guests are Dave Wilson and JM J. Bullock [OB]
  • Guest is JM J. Bullock [OB/D1.4]
  • Guest is Fred Berry (producer Richard Kline appears in a gorilla suit, and a $31,000+ bank is broken!) [OC]
  • Guests are Marty Rifkin, Rory Johnston, and Fred Berry [OB]
  • Guest is Paul Kreppel [OB]
  • Guests are Willie Tyler & Lester [OC]
    PLUS:
  • An hour's worth of endgame clips [most OC]
    Joe Farago:
  • One episode from 1985; guest is Vic Dunlop [OC]
  • A 1986 episode where a $29,000+ bank is broken (now w/the "master puzzle" bonus round) [OB/434.5]
  • Two general 1986 episodes [both CBN]
  • A 1986 episode where the largest bank ever ($53,000+) is broken! [CBN/D85.5]
    PLUS:
  • An hour's worth of endgame clips from both the "events" and "master puzzle" formats [most OC]

    BRUCE FORSYTH'S HOT STREAK:

  • The 2nd and 3rd pilots from 1984 (simply titled "Hot Streak", w/a different set and bigger payoffs) [both SM/245.3-4]
  • An unaired "test" episode from 1985 [SM]
    (all other episodes are from the 1986 series run)
  • The premiere episode [OC]
  • An episode where one team loses a round in *3* seconds! [OC]
  • An episode w/a pantomime penalty [OC]
  • An episode where a bonus round answer is censored! [OC]
  • An episode where one team gets a Hot Streak in every round [OC]
  • Four general episodes [4 OC/199.5; 339.2, 1 SC/339.3]
  • An episode where the women's team become the all-time top winners w/$41,300! [OC]
  • An episode where a tiebreaker win is overturned [OC]
  • An episode from the final week w/a heartbreaking $10,000 loss [OC]
  • The last episode [OC]

    (CELEBRITY) BULLSEYE-Jim Lange:

  • The 1979 pilot (w/a bonus round format offering $1,000,000 and a VERY different theme mix) [SM/D73.2]
  • All of the 1980 premiere week [episode 1 SM/D38.2, eps. 2-4 USA/257.5-6, episode 5 GSN/232.1, also have Wed ep. from GSN/D66.5]
  • A 1980 episode w/the first-ever 5th game/car win [GSN/232.2]
  • A 1980 episode w/the first-ever 10 spin bonus round win [USA]
  • The first episode w/the increased bonus round values from 1980 [USA]
  • A 1980 episode w/the first-ever automatic bonus round win [USA]
  • A 1980 episode w/a record $4,800 maingame win! [USA]
  • Five general 1980 episodes (now w/the $2,000 rule) [1 CBN/D49.1, 4 USA]
  • A 1980 episode where Donna Burke wins her 1st car [USA]
  • The first episode w/permanently doubled maingame values from 1980 [USA]
  • A 1980 episode where Donna wins her 2nd car [USA]
  • Donna's final appearance from 1980 [USA]
  • A 1980 episode where future "Hit Man" champ Leon Reed wins the bonus round w/10 spins! (Includes a CBN game show lineup promo) [CBN/D49.2]
  • A 1980 episode w/a great come-from-behind win [CBN/D49.3]
  • A "Sitcom Tournament" episode from 1981 w/Tom Poston, Marion Ross, Bridget Hanley, and Gordon Jump (Includes a promo for CBN's game show lineup!) [CBN/257.7]
  • Five general 1981 episodes [1 RPT, 1 CBN/D49.4, 2 USA/D49.5; 398.5, 1 GSN]
  • The last civilian episode from 1981 [USA/616.5]
  • The first "Celebrity" episode from 1981 w/Lynn Redgrave and Harvey Korman [GSN]
  • A 1981 episode w/F. Lee Bailey and Patrick Wayne [GSN]
  • A 1981 episode w/Donna Pescow and Rosey Grier [USA/398.2]
  • A 1981 episode w/Rita Moreno, Diane Ladd, and Roxie Roker [OB/240.4]
  • A 1981 episode w/Fred Travalena and Phyllis Diller [GSN/369.3]
  • A 1982 episode w/Loanne Bishop, Ken Kercheval, and Lynda Goodfriend [USA/398.1]
  • A 1982 episode w/Ernest Borgnine, Suzy Chaffee, and Marla Gibbs [GSN/520.6]
  • A 1982 episode w/Jerry Mathers, Tina Louise, and Arte Johnson [OC/398.3]

    BULLSEYE-Kellan Lutz & Godfrey:

  • The 2015 premiere episode [OC]
  • Two general 2015 episodes [1 OC, 1 RPT]

    BUMPER STUMPERS-Al DuBois:

  • The 1987 premiere episode [OC, also GSN/339.9]
  • The 5th episode (low audio) [OC/428.4]
  • The first episode w/the "2-out-of-3 match" format and revised bonus round from 1987 [GSN/573.13]
  • A 1987 episode where Mo & Jeff become the first team to retire undefeated w/$16,000 [GSN/573.7]
  • Four general 1987 episodes [3 GSN/428.5; 545.8; 843.15, 1 GTV]
  • A 1987 episode w/a near-impossible bonus round win and a Super Stumper solved w/just *2* spaces revealed! [GSN/949.2]
  • A 1987 episode where the bonus round is won w/*6* stop signs on the board! [GTV]
  • A 1987 episode w/a hilarious incorrect guess in the bonus round [GTV]
  • Mark & Vince Higgins' last two appearances from 1987 [episode 1 GSN/843.15, episode 2 GTV]
  • A 1987 episode w/TWO perfect bonus round wins [GTV]
  • Nine general 1988 episodes (now w/the 2nd bonus round format) [2 OB/424.10; 964.1, 7 GTV]
  • Three consecutive episodes from 1988 [all OB/291.3-5]
  • Four general 1989 episodes (now w/the 3rd bonus round format) [2 OB/949.7; 964.8, 2 GTV]
  • A 1990 episode w/TWO bonus round wipeouts! [OC]
  • Two general 1990 episodes [both OC]
  • A 1990 episode where Etta & Elaine retire undefeated w/$10,100 [OC]

    BURT LUDDIN'S LOVE BUFFET: Five episodes from 1999 [all OC]:

  • The premiere episode [339.5]
  • Three general episodes [404.3]
  • The hour-long last episode; includes guest appearances by Gary Coleman and Bob Eubanks (who hosts part of the show!) [491.3]

    BZZZ!-Annie Wood:

  • Two 1996 "trial run" episodes (w/a different set and hair/makeup job on Annie) [both RPT/495.2, 495.5]
  • The 1996 (national) premiere episode [OC/D57.4]
  • A celebrity episode from 1997 w/Moon Zappa and Justin Gorence [OC]
  • Three general 1997 episodes [2 OC/D58.5; D98.1, 1 SC/71.12]

    CAESAR'S CHALLENGE-Ahmad Rashad:

  • The 1992 pilot (w/a "betting" format in the maingame) [SM/348.6]
  • The 1993 premiere episode [OC/D87.4]
  • Three consecutive episodes from 1993 [2 OB/D65.3-4, 1 OC]
  • All-time champ Tom Gauer's final appearance from 1993 [SM/493.5]
  • Five general 1993 episodes [3 OB/D39.3; 768.1, 2 OC/164.12]
  • A 1993 episode w/a phone appearance by Phylicia Rashad [OB]
  • A 1993 episode w/an appearance by Johnny Mathis [USA/949.8]
  • A 1993 episode where producer Harry Friedman's birthday is acknowledged [USA/949.9]
  • Three general 1993 episodes w/the 2nd bonus round format [all USA/D128.1-2]
  • Three episodes from 1994 [1 OB, 2 USA]

    CAMOUFLAGE
    Don Morrow:
    Two episodes from 1962 [both KIN]:

  • A general episode
  • An episode w/Johnny Gilbert guest-hosting [490.14]
    Tom Campbell: Four episodes from 1980 [all GSN]:
  • The premiere(?) episode [D11.1]
  • Two general episodes [232.3-4]
  • An episode w/a "championship puzzle" format [459.2]

    CAMOUFLAGE-Roger Lodge: The first two episodes from 2007 [both OC, also have 1st ep. from SM]

    CAN YOU TELL?-Tony Rock: One episode from 2003; it's a special "stereotypes" clip show [OC/865.1]

    CAN YOU TOP THIS?-Wink Martindale:
    One episode from 1970; guests are Richard Dawson, Morey Amsterdam, Paul Winchell, and Jack Carter (a promo follows the show!) [KIN/691.4]

    CARD SHARKS
    Jim Perry:

  • Both pilots from 1978 [both SM/516.1-2]
  • The 1978 premiere episode [SM/D90.5]
  • The 4th episode (future "MG PM" champ Royce Moss is a contestant) [GSN/925.2]
  • A 1978 episode w/a $12,900 Money Cards win (part of end credits cut off) [GSN/521.12]
  • A 1978 episode w/a Money Cards loss in just *2* turns! [BZR]
  • A 1978 episode w/unlucky Lois Lambert [GSN/925.3]
  • The first episode w/a viewer-submitted opening poem from 1978 [GSN]
  • A 1978 episode where Kathy Gordon becomes the first-ever undefeated champ [GSN/958.9, also BZR]
  • The first episode w/the revised Money Cards change rules from 1978 [GSN/655.4]
  • A 1978 episode w/an $11,400 Money Cards win [GSN/737.6]
  • A 1978 episode w/a $14,800 Money Cards win [GSN/351.8]
  • Seven general 1978 episodes [2 RPT, 5 GSN/366.1; 386.2; 426.1; 825.2]
  • Two consecutive episodes from 1978 w/all-time top winner Jeff Wine [both GSN/595.1-2]
  • A 1978 episode w/a contestant named Beverly Hills(!) [GSN]
  • *THE* 1978 episode w/the show's one and only $28,800 Money Cards win! [GSN/364.5]
  • A 1978 episode w/Jim's birthday acknowledged [GSN/958.10]
  • A 1978 episode w/a $10,400 Money Cards win (and a funny opening poem!) [GSN/D94.1]
  • Two episodes from Christmas 1978; one includes an $18,000 Money Cards win! [both GSN/386.3, 433.1]
  • A 1979 episode w/an appearance by Bob Eubanks (ironic, huh?) [GSN/137.5]
  • A 1979 episode w/two big wins at the Money Cards [GSN/165.16]
  • A 1979 episode w/actress Anne-Marie Johnson as a contestant [GSN/369.2]
  • The 300th episode from 1979 [GSN/386.4]
  • The first episode w/the new "G2T2" question podium from 1979 [GSN/1024.6]
  • Three consecutive episodes from 1979 [all GSN/D126.4-6]
  • The 1st anniversary episode from 1979 (the entire staff appears, as does Jim's daughter, Erin!) [GSN/607.1]
  • Six general 1979 episodes [4 OC, 2 GSN/986.3]
  • A 1979 episode w/a Money Cards rarity [GSN]
  • A 1979 episode w/a $15,400 Money Cards win [GSN/595.3]
  • A 1979 episode where Becca Haughten wins $21,000+ in two Money Cards rounds (part of end credits cut off) [GSN/602.9]
  • A 1979 episode w/a $19,200 Money Cards win! (part of end credits cut off) [GSN/433.2]
  • A 1979 episode w/a $10,400 Money Cards win [GSN/737.6]
  • Former "MG PM"/future "Blockbusters" champ Renee Lackey's appearance from 1979 [GSN/857.3]
  • ALL of a special "Young People's Week" from Christmas 1979 [all GSN/412.1-5]
  • A 1980 episode w/the fastest match in the show's history! [GSN/172.3]
  • Valentine's Day 1980 episode (w/a heartbreaking Money Cards!) [GSN/137.6]
  • A 1980 episode w/an appearance by Jim's son, Sean [GSN/453.2]
  • A 1980 episode w/an $11,200 Money Cards win [GSN/453.3]
  • A 1980 episode w/a clip of the cards being shuffled backstage (Bob Hilton announces) [GSN/459.13]
  • A 1980 episode w/a $14,500 Money Cards win (and some unorthodox betting; precedes the episode below) [GSN/459.15]
  • The 500th episode from 1980 (w/a $22,600 Money Cards win!) [GSN/459.8]
  • A general 1980 episode w/a "forbidden" polling group plug due to a GSN slip-up [GSN]
  • A 1980 episode w/a $13,000 Money Cards win! (former "NTT" champ Karin Rockman is a contestant) [GSN/136.3]
  • A 1980 episode from "Young People's Week" [OC]
  • A 1980 episode that's also Jim's 3000th TV episode (Gene Wood opens the show and gives out wine!) [GSN/506.1]
  • Three general 1980 episodes [2 OC, 1 GSN/877.9]
  • Five episodes of a special "Young People's Week" from 1980 (Mon/Tue/Thu/Fri, plus final Money Cards from the following Mon) [all GSN/655.5-9]
  • The first episode w/the Money Cards "push" rule and $500 "exact prediction" bonus from 1980 (Johnny Olsen announces) [GSN/527.11]
  • A 1980 episode w/a Money Cards rarity (future Rafferty CS champ Maury Gersch is a contestant!) [GSN]
  • The entire 1st week of the "Turnabout Tournament" from 1980 w/Gene Rayburn, Bill Cullen, Allen Ludden, and Wink Martindale (Tue. episode missing end credits) [all GSN/505.3-7]
  • The entire 2nd week of the "Turnabout Tournament" from 1980 w/Alex Trebek, Jim Lange, Tom Kennedy, and Jack Clark [all GSN/527.1-5]
  • The entire final week of the "Turnabout Tournament" from 1980 [all GSN/520.7-11]
  • The entire final week of the Celebrity Tournament from 1980 w/Meredith MacRae, Ross Martin, Bill Daily, and Vicki Lawrence [all GSN/543.2-6]
  • Two "Young People's Week" episodes from Christmas 1980 (one has a $22,000+ Money Cards win!) [1 OC, 1 GSN/535.8]
  • The entire final "Young People's Week" (4 episodes) from Christmas 1980 [all GSN/543.7-10]
  • A 1981 episode w/a blind contestant (who brings a seeing eye dog, and Jim goes behind the set to retrieve a "wet paint" sign!) [GSN]
  • The 700th episode from 1981 (w/a blooper during game 1; Janice loses it!) [GSN/595.4]
  • A 1981 episode w/a Money Cards blooper [GSN]
  • A 1981 episode from "Young People's Week" [OC]
  • Three 1981 episodes w/Charlie O'Donnell announcing [all GSN/595.5, 599.1, 870.1]
  • A 1981 episode w/an appearance by Sammy Davis Jr. [GSN/595.6]
  • Two general 1981 episodes [1 OC, 1 RPT]
  • Three consecutive episodes from 1981 w/2nd all-time top winner Peggy Carr (Johnny Olsen announces first 2, Jack Narz announces last) [all GSN/595.7-9]
  • A 1981 episode w/an on-camera appearance by Gene Wood [GSN/655.10]
  • A 1981 episode w/an $11,200 Money Cards win (Jay Stewart announces) [GSN/655.11]
  • A 1981 episode w/TWO $500 "perfect run" bonuses won [RPT]
  • A 1981 episode from the final week [RPT]
  • The last episode from 1981 [OB/D67.2, also RPT, and GSN/613.15, which has the best video quality]
    Bob Eubanks:
  • The 1986 premiere episode [OC/D94.2, which is missing small part of opening, also BZR, complete]
  • A 1986 episode w/an $18,800 Money Cards win [OC, also GSN/646.1, and BZR]
  • A 1986 episode w/a $15,200 Money Cards win [GSN/646.2]
  • Two consecutive episodes from 1986 where Chris Schobe wins $50,000+! [both GSN/600.9-10, also BZR]
  • A 1986 episode w/a $24,000 Money Cards win [GSN/600.11, which is missing end credits, also BZR, complete]
  • The first two episodes w/the new Money Cards rules from 1986 (featuring a blind contestant!) [both GSN/607.2, 986.4, also have first episode from BZR]
  • A 1986 episode where Bob turns over the wrong card during a game! [GSN]
  • A 1986 episode w/a $16,400 Money Cards win [GSN/646.4]
  • A 1986 episode w/a $10,000 Money Cards win [OC, also GSN/646.5, and BZR]
  • A 1986 episode w/a RECORD $29,000 Money Cards win! [OC, also GSN/646.6, and BZR]
  • A 1986 episode w/some STUPID Money Cards betting [GSN/951.11]
  • A 1986 episode w/an appearance by Lacey's mom at the beginning (missing first minute) [GSN]
  • A 1986 episode w/a $12,200 Money Cards win (Mark Goodson appears at the beginning w/a poem!) [GSN/166.1]
  • Six general 1986 episodes (4 full, 1 partial) [4 OC/550.1, 2 GSN/646.3; 666.1, also have BZR copies of 2 episodes]
  • Two consecutive episodes from 1986 w/future "Survivor Africa" castaway Teresa Cooper [both GSN/666.2-3]
  • A 1986 episode w/a $13,500 Money Cards win [GSN/666.4]
  • A 1986 episode w/a $21,400 Money Cards win [GSN/708.1]
  • A 1986 episode w/a contestant named London England! [GSN]
  • The first episode w/the car game from 1986 (includes a $14,200 Money Cards win) [GSN/701.10]
  • A 1986 episode w/the first-ever car win [GSN/708.2]
  • A 1986 episode w/an $11,000 Money Cards win [GSN/726.1]
  • Christmas 1986 episode [GSN/725.12]
  • A 1986 episode from "Young People's Week" [GSN/136.10]
  • A 1986 episode w/a hilarious goof by Lacey during the contestant plug! [GSN]
  • A 1987 episode w/a Money Cards error and a $10,500 win [GSN]
  • A 1987 episode w/a $10,000 Money Cards win AND a car win! [GSN/743.6]
  • A 1987 episode from "Young People's Week" (w/an emotional winner, and a young Kellie Martin as a contestant in game 2!) [GSN/166.2]
  • A 1987 episode w/a $12,600 Money Cards win [GSN/742.12]
  • April Fool's Day 1987 episode (w/a hilarious joke played on an APG member!) [GSN/748.2]
  • A 1987 episode where TWO cars are won! [GSN/748.7]
  • Three general 1987 episodes [all GSN/757.8, 765.2, 776.2]
  • A 1987 episode where the same contestant wins 2 cars [GSN/748.10]
  • A 1987 episode w/an $11,400 Money Cards win [GSN/757.6]
  • Two consecutive episodes from 1987 where Sheri Powers wins *3* cars! [both GSN/166.3-4]
  • A 1987 episode w/a $15,000 Money Cards win [GSN/765.6]
  • A 1987 episode w/a $17,600 Money Cards win [GSN]
  • A 1987 episode w/TWO of the fastest matches in CS history! [GSN/776.12]
  • A 1987 episode w/a $24,000 Money Cards win [GSN/986.5]
  • A "Young Peoples' Week" episode from Christmas 1987 (w/an appearance by Bob Goen to plug "Blackout", plus a $13,000 Money Cards win AND a prize package win!) [GSN/925.4]
  • Future "NYSI" champ LaRue Morales' appearance from 1987 [GSN]
  • A 1988 episode where a very tall contestant wins a most unsuitable car! [GSN]
  • A 1988 episode w/a $10,700 Money Cards win [OC/646.7]
  • A 1988 episode w/a $16,200 Money Cards win [OC/562.6]
  • A 1988 episode w/a $23,200 Money Cards win [GSN/638.1]
  • A 1988 episode where Bob goofs during the Money Cards [GSN/951.10]
  • A 1988 episode w/a $10,000 Money Cards win [GSN/666.5]
  • A 1988 episode w/a $15,900 Money Cards win [OC/562.7]
  • The first episode w/the "sudden death" tie-breaker from 1988 (includes a $14,800 Money Cards win) [GSN/666.6]
  • A 1988 episode from "Young Peoples' Week" (w/a promo for the return of "The $25,000 Pyramid") [OC/D94.3]
  • Three episodes from 1988 where Scott Greenberg becomes the 2nd all-time top winner! [all GSN/691.8-9, 725.15]
  • Former "PYL" champ Mac McHugh's appearance from 1988 [GSN/985.6]
  • A 1988 episode w/an $11,000 Money Cards win [GSN/925.5]
  • Two consecutive episodes from 1988; Ray Combs appears in both shows to plug "Family Feud"! [both OC/145.10-11]
  • A 1988 episode w/a $24,850 Money Cards win AND a car win! [GSN/724.1]
  • A 1988 episode w/a $22,800 Money Cards win [GSN/708.3]
  • Four general 1988 episodes [1 OC, 3 GSN/725.13-14; 925.7]
  • A 1988 episode where TWO cars are won! [OB/D39.5]
  • The last episode w/the original car game from 1988 (ex-"Name That Tune" vocalist Monica Pege is a contestant, and ends w/a promo for "Family Feud") [OB/707.1]
  • The first episode w/the new car game from 1988 [OC/146.6]
  • A 1988 episode w/a $20,8000 Money Cards win [GSN/925.6]
  • A 1988 episode where an indecisive contestant nearly throws off a break! [GSN]
  • A 1988 episode w/a contestant plug blooper [GSN]
  • Lacey's last episode before her maternity leave from 1988 (w/an appearance by Mark Goodson at the end) [GSN/725.16]
  • A 1988 episode w/Kyle Aletter-Oldham as a guest dealer (her mom, Lee Meriwether, also appears in the APG!) [GSN]
  • A 1988 episode w/Theresa Ring as a guest dealer [GSN]
  • A 1988 episode w/Kathy Karges as a guest dealer [GSN]
  • A 1988 episode w/Bob's daughter Teresa as a guest dealer [GSN]
  • A 1988 episode w/Suzanna's sister Shirlee Williams as a guest dealer [GSN]
  • Two 1988 episodes w/Karen Thomas as a guest dealer [1 OB/668.1, 1 OC]
  • Lacey's first show back from 1988 [GSN]
  • A 1988 episode w/a $14,000 Money Cards win (missing intro) [GSN]
  • Christmas 1988 episode [GSN/1046.8]
  • A 1988 episode from another "Young People's Week" [OB/353.2]
  • A 1989 episode w/an $11,800 Money Cards win [OC/562.8]
  • A 1989 episode w/a $12,800 Money Cards win [GSN/663.15]
  • Two general 1989 episodes [1 OB/116.2, 1 GSN]
  • A 1989 episode w/a $14,000 Money Cards win [GSN]
  • The last episode from 1989 (Bob gets a bit emotional at the end!) [OC/280.6, also GSN/418.8]
    Bill Rafferty:
  • The 1986 premiere episode (w/a near-goof in the Money Cards!) [GSN/123.5]
  • The 2nd episode (end credits missing) [OB/146.5]
  • Three consecutive episodes from 1986 w/two former Perry "CS" contestants: Risha Golby and (episodes 2 and 3) Maury Gersch [all GSN]
  • A 1986 episode w/an $18,000 Money Cards win [GSN]
  • A 1986 episode w/a $13,050 Money Cards win [GSN]
  • The first episode w/the maingame prize cards, "educated guess" questions and car game from 1986 [GSN]
  • A 1986 episode w/the first-ever car win [GSN]
  • Five general 1986 episodes [1 OC, 4 GSN/950.3]
  • A 1986 episode w/a $14,800 Money Cards win [GSN]
  • A 1986 episode w/a $10,200 Money Cards win [GSN]
  • A 1986 episode w/an exciting $5,000 prize card battle [GSN/950.4]
  • Three consecutive 1986 episodes where Brian Hunt becomes the all-time top winner w/$63,105! [all GSN/165.12-14]
  • A 1986 episode w/a $12,600 Money Cards win [GSN]
  • A 1986 episode w/an $11,600 Money Cards win AND a car win! [GSN]
  • Christmas 1986 episode (w/a $23,500 Money Cards win!) [GSN]
  • A 1986 episode w/*4* prize card wins! [GSN]
  • A 1987 episode w/an educated guess question about Lacey and Susanna [GSN]
  • A 1987 episode from "Young Peoples' Week" [GSN/90.5]
  • A 1987 episode w/a $21,000 Money Cards win [GSN]
  • Two general 1987 episodes [1 OB/233.10, 1 GSN]
  • A 1987 episode where a contestant screws up the APG question twice! [GSN]
  • A 1987 episode w/TWO exact predictions made [GSN]
  • A 1987 episode where TWO cars are won! [GSN]
  • The last episode from 1987 [GSN/281.4]
    Pat Bullard: Nine episodes from 2001:
  • The premiere episode (w/a $23,000 Money Cards win!) [OC/629.2]
  • An episode w/a $27,450 Money Cards win [RPT/660.9]
  • An episode w/a $10,000 Money Cards win [OC/639.3]
  • Three general episodes [1 OC/647.11, 1 RPT/669.1, 1 SM/1038.1]
  • An episode from "America's Heroes Week" [OC/639.9]
  • An episode w/a $24,600 Money Cards win [OC/645.5]
  • An episode w/a $15,500 Money Cards win [OC/645.7]

    CASH CAB-Ben Bailey:

  • Two episodes from 2005 [both RPT]
  • Six episodes from 2006 [all OC]
  • Four episodes from 2008 [all RPT]
  • Four episodes from 2009 [all RPT]
  • One episode from 2011 [RPT]

    CATCH PHRASE-Art James: Eleven episodes from 1985:

  • The premiere episode [OC/256.2]
  • An episode w/the champ going for her 5th win [OC/1054.10]
  • An episode w/the champ going for his 5th win (but can he finally win the bonus round, as well?) [OB]
  • Five general episodes (4 full, 1 partial) [2 OC/146.4; 224.5, 3 OB]
  • An episode w/a HUGE maingame win! [OB]
  • An episode w/a champ who becomes the all-time top winner w/$48,000+! [OB]
  • An episode w/the champ going for her 5th win [OB]

    CATCH 21-Alfonso Ribeiro:

  • The 2008 premiere episode [SM]
  • ATGSer Tim "Loogaroo" Connolly's appearance from 2008 (missing intro) [RPT]
  • Three general 2008 episodes [all RPT]
  • A 2008 episode w/a $25,000 win! [RPT]
  • Jason Block's appearance from 2008 [RPT]
  • The 2nd season premiere from 2009 [OB]
  • A 2009 episode w/a $25,000 win! [OB]
  • A 2009 episode w/a *$50,000* win! [OC]
  • Former "Finders Keepers" host and "Greed" champ Larry Toffler's appearance from 2009 [OC]
  • The 3rd season premiere from 2009 [OC]
  • A general 2009 episode [RPT]
  • A celebrity episode from 2009 w/soap stars Jackie Zeman, Brandon Barash, and Melody Thomas Scott (includes a $25,000 win!) [OC]
  • A celebrity episode from 2009 w/"Deal or No Deal" models Leyla Milani, Patricia Kara, and Marisa Petroro [OC]
  • A celebrity episode from 2009 w/ex-"Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" stars Tatyana M. Ali, James Avery, and Karyn Parsons [OC]
  • Fellow trader Adam Nedeff's appearance from 2009 [OB]
  • Veteran GS champ Scott Hostetler's $25,000 win from 2009 [OB]
  • The 4th season premiere from 2010 [OB]
  • A general 2010 episode [OB]
  • A 2010 episode w/a $25,000 win! [OB]
  • A 2011 episode w/a $25,000 win! [RPT]
  • A general 2011 episode [RPT]

    CELEBRITY BLACKJACK
    Matt Vasgersian & Alex Borstein:
    Six episodes from 2004:

  • The premiere episode w/Snoop Dogg, Shannon Elizabeth, Jason Alexander, Camryn Manheim, and Kevin Nealon [RPT/957.1]
  • The 2nd episode w/Richard Belzer, Chynna Phillips, Marissa Jaret Winokur, Andy Dick, and Mark Steines [OC/957.2]
  • The 3rd episode w/Eddie Griffin, Jamie Kennedy, Melissa Joan Hart, Hal Sparks, and Dean Cain [OC/957.8]
  • The 4th episode w/Shannon Doherty, Caroline Rhea, D.L. Hughley, Willie Garson, and Bijou Phillips [OC/965.1]
  • The 5th episode w/Billy Baldwin, Ben Stein, Shelley Morrison, Rodney Peete, and John Melendez [OC/965.3]
  • The hour-and-1/2 championship episode (Billy Baldwin fils in for game 2 winner Chynna Phillips) [OC/965.4]
    Matt Vasgersian:
  • The 2004 premiere episode w/Jason Alexander, Ricki Lake, Jeff Probst, and Steve Howey [RPT/998.1]
  • The 2nd episode w/Tori Spelling, Jamie-Lynn Discala, Dave Navarro, and Gabrielle Reece [RPT/998.2]
  • The 3rd episode w/Lance Bass, Chris Harrison, Kathy Najimy, and Kevin Hart [OC/998.3]
  • The 4th episode w/Cheryl Hines, Coolio, Meat Loaf, and Mathew St. Patrick [OC/998.4]
  • The 5th episode w/Shannon Elizabeth, Gary Valentine, Camryn Manheim, and Dayna Devon [OC/998.5]
  • The 6th episode w/Dennis Rodman, Marissa Jaret Winokur, Adam Corolla, and Giuliana Depandi (part of end credits cut off) [OC/998.6]
  • The 8th episode w/Caroline Rhea, Billy Baldwin, Daniel Baldwin, and Stephen Baldwin [OB]
  • The 9th episode w/Sara Rue, Warren G, Carnie Wilson, and Ralphie May [OB]
  • The 10th episode w/Carrie Fisher, Kelli Williams, Eric Roberts, and Chynna Phillips [RPT/1013.1]
  • The 1st semi-finals episode from 2004 [OC/1013.2]
  • The 2nd semi-finals episode from 2004 [OC/1013.3]
  • The championship episode (and last show of the series) from 2005 [OC/1013.5]

    CELEBRITY BOWLING-Jed Allan:

  • Frank & Chris Gorshin vs. Greg Morris & John Beradino from 1971 [RPT]
  • Janet & Kathy Lennon vs. Diane & Peggy Lennon from 1972 [RPT]
  • Gail Fisher & Ed Asner vs. Peggy Lennon and John Davidson from 1972 [RPT]
  • Johnny Tillotson & Sammy Shore vs. Richard Long & Ed Asner from 1972 [RPT]
  • Trini Lopez & Sue Ann Langdon vs. Lee Meriwether & Max Baer from 1972 [RPT]
  • Phil Ford & Mimi Hines vs. Lucie Arnaz & Phil Vandervort from 1972 [RPT]
  • *Peter Marshall* & Art Metrano vs. Dave Madden & Patty McCormack from 1972 [RPT]
  • Martin Milner & Kent McCord vs. James Farentino & Joe Campanella from 1972 [RPT]
  • James Farentino & Elizabeth Ashley vs. Brenda Vacarro & Michael Douglas from 1972 [RPT]
  • Michael Callan & Frank Avalon vs. Herb Rudley & Richard Deacon from 1972 [RPT]
  • McLean Stevenson & Ed Ames vs. Richard Deacon & *Tom Kennedy* from 1972 [OC/877.4, which is missing intro, also RPT, complete]
  • "Ladies' Day" from 1972 w/Nanette Fabray & Marilyn Maxwell vs. Patty Andrews & Barbara Nichols [RPT]
  • Macdonald Carey & Norma Eberhardt vs. Nanette Fabray & Stu Gilliam from 1972 [RPT]
  • Roy Rogers & Army Archerd vs. Lyle Waggoner & Richard Dawson from 1973
  • Steve Allen & Jayne Meadows vs. Virginia Graham & Richard Dawson from 1973
  • Tige Andrews & Brenda Vaccaro vs. Elizabeth Ashley & Michael Douglas from 1973 [RPT]
  • Michael Cole & Tige Andrews vs. Simon Oakland & Jan Murray from 1973 (Michael & Tige set a record score of 266!) [RPT]
  • Bob Newhart & Dick Martin vs. Anthony Newley & Nipsey Russell from 1973 [RPT]
  • Christopher Knight & Eve Plumb vs. Maureen McCormick & Barry Williams from 1973 [RPT]
  • Arte Johnson & Rory Calhoun vs. Dan Rowan & Wayne Rogers from 1974 [RPT]
  • George Foreman & Dick Martin vs. Anthony Newley & Don Adams from 1974 [RPT]
  • Ruth Buzzi & Roy Rogers vs. Fannie Flagg & Jackie Gayle from 1974 [RPT]
  • Frankie Laine & Rosemary Clooney vs. JoAnne Worley & Donald O'Connor from 1974 [RPT]
  • William Shatner & Fran Jeffries vs. Michele Lee & Hugh O'Brian from 1974 [RPT]
  • Robert Culp & Earl Holliman vs. Stephen Young & James Farentino from 1974 [RPT]
  • Mike Lookinland & Susan Olsen vs. Eric Scott & Mary McDonough from 1975 [RPT]
  • The 100th episode from 1975 w/Leslie Nielsen & Susan St. James vs. Angie Dickinson & Lloyd Bridges [RPT]
  • Jan Murray & Elena Verdugo vs. Gale Storm & Ed Asner from 1975 [RPT]
  • Lloyd & Beau Bridges vs. John Marley & Corbett Monica from 1975
  • Rory Calhoun & Frankie Avalon vs. Kate Jackson & Edward Albert Jr. from 1975
  • Marty Allen & John Beradino vs. Christopher George & Richard Dawson from 1975
  • Dave Madden & Ron Masak vs. Terry Carter & Bill Macy from 1975
  • Julie London & Bobby Troup vs. JoAnn Pflug & *Chuck Woolery* from 1975 [RPT]
  • Roy Rogers & Don Adams vs. Bob Newhart & George Foreman from 1975 [RPT]
  • *Peter Marshall* & Loretta Swit vs. Corbett Monica & Gavin MacLeod from 1975 [RPT]
  • Leslie Nielsen & Dan O'Herlihy vs. John Schuck & Conrad Bain from 1976 [RPT]
  • Bob Newhart & Richard Dawson vs. John Ericson & Gavin MacLeod from 1976 [RPT]
  • Bo Svenson & Ruth Buzzi vs. Bill Macy & Samantha Harper from 1976 [RPT]
  • Joe Campanella & Lois Nettleton vs. Richard Anderson & Ja'net DuBois from 1976 [RPT]
  • Ed Asner & Henry Polic II vs. Joe Campanella & Bill Macy from 1976 [RPT]
  • Richard Roundtree & Cathy Lee Crosby vs. Morey Amsterdam & Edie Adams from 1976 [RPT]
  • Jack Carter & Morey Amsterdam vs. Richard Roundtree & Dick Gautier from 1976 [RPT]
  • Dick Gautier & Scatman Crothers vs. *Alex Trebek & Jim McKrell* from 1976 [RPT]
  • "Ladies' Day" from 1976 w/Adrienne Barbeau & Gail Fisher vs. Arlene Golonka & Cathy Lee Crosby [RPT]
  • Victor French & Pat Morita vs. *Gary Owens* & Peter Bonerz from 1976 [RPT]
  • Bill Dana & Greg Morris vs. Jon & Jim Hager from 1976 [RPT]
  • Gabe Kaplan & Bill Dana vs. Greg Morris & Pat Harrington from 1976 [RPT]
  • Vince Edwards & Whitman Mayo vs. Bill Hayes & Susan Seaforth-Hayes from 1976 [RPT]
  • Gabe Kaplan & Charles Nelson Reilly vs. Shelley Berman & Norm Crosby from 1976 [RPT]
  • Rue McClanahan & Ron Masak vs. Charles Nelson Reilly & Robert Clary from 1976 [RPT]
  • Dick Martin & Billy Barty vs. John Schuck & Michael Ansara from 1977 [RPT]

    CELEBRITY CHARADES-Jay Johnson & "Squeaky": Two episodes from 1979 [both GSN]:

  • The premiere episode; guests are Lani O'Grady, Johnny Brown, Rip Taylor, Caren Kaye, Debra Clinger, Jon "Bowzer" Bauman, Richard Paul, and Ted Lange [180.9]
  • Guests are Jamie Farr, Judy Landers, Stephen Shortridge, Ted Lange, Jon "Bowzer" Bauman, Vernee Watson, Mark Withers, and Judy Norton-Taylor [369.4]

    CELEBRITY CHARADES-Bob Balaban: The 2005 premiere episode (missing first 2 min.) [OC]

    THE CELEBRITY GAME-Carl Reiner: Two episodes from 1964:

  • Guests are Fabian, Giselle MacKenzie, Paul Lynde, Howard Duff, Ida Lupino, Gypsy Rose Lee, Barry Sullivan, Julie Newmar, and Jack E. Leonard [SM]
  • Guests are Lee Marvin, Connie Stevens, Oscar Levant, Louis Nye, Nanette Fabray, Mickey Rooney, Sal Mineo, Suzy Parker, and Gypsy Rose Lee [KIN/747.5]

    CELEBRITY NAME GAME-Craig Ferguson:

  • The 2014 premiere episode; guests are Mena Suvari and Joely Fisher [RPT]
  • The 2nd episode; guests are David Arquette and Courtney Cox [RPT]
  • 2015; guests are Holly Robinson-Peete and Kathryn Hahn [RPT]
  • 2014; guests are Cat Deeley and Nia Vardalos [RPT]
  • 2014; guests are Busy Phillips and Kathryn Hahn (ends w/a heartbreaking last-second bonus round loss!) [RPT]
  • 2014; guests are Jamie-Lynn Sigler and Cameron Mathison [RPT]
  • 2014; guests are Dave Foley and Kate Flannery [RPT]
  • 2014; guests are *Jonathan Mangum and Wayne Brady* [RPT]
  • 2014; guests are *Tom Bergeron* and Jennie Garth [RPT]
  • 2014; guests are Nicole Sullivan and Melanie Lynskey [RPT]
  • 2015; guests are DJ Qualls and Margaret Cho (Former "Beat the Geeks" host J. Keith van Straaten is a contestant!) [RPT]
  • 2015; guests are Retta and Jerry Springer [RPT]
  • 2015; guests are Angela Kinsey and Vivica A. Fox [RPT]
  • 2015; guests are Aisha Tyler and Kevin Nealon [RPT]
  • A 2015 episode from "Second Chance Week"; guests are Ross Matthews and Cat Deely (Includes the first-ever solo bonus round win!) [RPT]
  • The 2nd season premiere from 2015; guests are Tom Arnold and Betsy Brandt [OC]
  • 2015; guests are Candace Cameron-Bure and Shannen Doherty [OC]
  • 2015; guests are Kate Walsh and Melissa Peterman [OC]
  • 2015; guests are Bill Engvall and Nicole Sullivan [RPT]
  • 2015; guests are Kate Flannery and Colin Egglesfield [RPT]
  • 2015; guests are Ian Gomez and Weird Al Yankovic [RPT]
  • 2015; guests are Courtney Cox and Lisa Kudrow [RPT]
  • 2015; guests are Sheryl Underwood and David Arquette (Craig borrows an audience member's $50 bill to settle a currency dispute, and the bonus round is won at the last second!) [RPT]
  • 2015; guests are Cristela Alonzo and *Wayne Brady* [RPT]
  • 2015; guests are Terrell Owens and Alex Borstein [RPT]
  • 2015; guests are Rick Fox and Rachelle Lefevre [RPT]
  • 2015; guests are Scott Wolf and Angela Kinsey [RPT]
  • 2016; guests are Kate Flannery and Mark Duplass [OC]
  • 2016; guests are Marilu Henner and Jane Leeves [OC]
  • 2016; guests are Willie Garson and Melissa Peterman [OC]
  • 2016; guests are Scott Adsit and Ali Landry [RPT]
  • 2016; guests are Megyn Price and Nia Vardalos [RPT]
  • 2016; guests are Billy Gardell and Yvette Nicole Brown [RPT]
  • 2016; guests are Amy Smart and Rachelle Lafevre (ends w/a last-second bonus round win!) [RPT]
  • 2016; guests are Marg Helgenberger and Debbie Gibson (ends w/a last-second bonus round win!) [RPT]
  • 2016; guests are Lauren Ash and Eddie Kaye Thomas [RPT]
  • 2016; guests are Michael Ealy and Minnie Driver [RPT]
  • A 2016 episode from "Second Chance Week"; guests are Kit Hoover and Billy Bush [RPT]
  • 2016; guests are Sheryl Underwood and Julie Chen [RPT]
  • The 2nd season finale from 2016; guests are Sara and Erin Foster [RPT]
  • The 3rd season premiere from 2016; guests are Aisha Tyler and Adam Rodirguez [RPT]
  • 2016; guests are Breckin Meyer and Mark-Paul Gosselaar [RPT]
  • 2016; guests are David Walton and Jane Kaczmarek [OC]
  • 2016; guests are Tommy Davidson and Melissa Peterman [RPT]
  • 2016; guests are Rena Sofer and Julie Benz [OC]
  • 2016; guests are Mark McGrath and Danielle Panabaker [OC]
  • 2016; guests are Daphne Oz and David Arquette [RPT]
  • 2016; guests are Ricki Lake and David Alan Grier [OC]
  • 2016; guests are Kevin Nealon and Catherine Bell [OC]
  • 2016; guests are Mario Lopez and Charissa Thompson [RPT]
  • 2017; guests are Melissa Peterman and Hayley Orrantia [OC]
  • 2017; guests are Lance Bass and A.J. McLean [OC]
  • 2017; guests are Weird Al Yankovic and Sara Rue [OC]

    CELEBRITY POKER SHOWDOWN
    Kevin Pollak & Phil Gordon:

  • The 2003 premiere episode w/Ben Affleck, Don Cheadle, Willie Garson, Emily Procter, and David Schwimmer [RPT/872.1]
  • The 2nd episode w/Timothy Busfield, Allison Janney, Richard Schiff, Martin Sheen, and John Spencer [RPT/872.2]
  • The 3rd episode w/Hank Azaria, Michael Ian Black, Peter Facinelli, Mo Gaffney, and Nicole Sullivan [RPT/872.3]
  • The 4th episode w/Coolio, Shannon Elizabeth, Ron Livingston, Paul Rudd, and Sarah Silverman [RPT/872.4]
  • The 5th episode from 2004 w/David Cross, Carrie Fisher, Tom Green, Mimi Rogers, and Scott Stapp [RPT/872.5]
  • The 2-hour championship episode from 2004 [RPT/872.6]
    Dave Foley & Phil Gordon (all 2 hrs.)
    Jun/Jul. 2004:
  • The premiere episode w/Jerome Bettis, Rosario Dawson, Mena Suvari, Wanda Sykes, and Travis Tritt [RPT/946.1]
  • The 2nd episode w/Timothy Busfield, Mo Gaffney, Dulé Hill, Danny Masterson, and James Woods [RPT/946.2]
  • The 3rd episode w/Michael Ian Black, Star Jones, Norm MacDonald, Adam Rodriguez, and Jeremy Sisto [RPT/946.3]
  • The 4th episode w/Sean Astin, Lauren Graham, Chris Masterson, Matthew Perry, and Sara Rue [OC/947.1]
  • The 5th episode w/James Blake, Jon Favreau, Andy Richter, Tom Everett Scott, and Maura Tierney [OC/947.2]
  • The championship episode [OC/947.3]
    Jul/Aug. 2004:
  • The premiere episode w/Willie Garson, Jennie Garth, Richard Kind, Dave Navarro, and Jerry O'Connell [OC/953.1]
  • The 2nd episode w/Angie Dickinson, Jeff Gordon, Kathy Griffin, Penn Jillette, and Ron Livingston [OC/953.2]
  • The 3rd episode w/Will Arnett, Jason Bateman, David Cross, Peter Facinelli, and Judy Greer [OC/953.3]
  • The 4th episode w/Michael Badalucco, Bobby Flay, Steve Harris, Kathy Najimy, and Mimi Rogers [OC/961.1]
  • The 5th episode w/Hank Azaria, Seth Meyers, Amy Poehler, Gail O'Grady, and Jeffrey Ross [OC/961.2]
  • The championship episode [OC/961.3]
    Fall 2004:
  • The premiere episode w/Christopher Meloni, Matthew Perry, Stephen Root, Sarah Silverman, and Michael Vartan [RPT/991.1]
  • The 2nd episode w/Bobby Cannavale, Tony Hawk, Cheryl Hines, Dennis Rodman, and Ryan Stiles [RPT/991.2]
  • The 3rd episode w/Macaulay Culkin, Neil Flynn, Sara Gilbert, Ricki Lake, and Kevin Nealon [RPT/991.3]
  • The 4th episode w/Chevy Chase, Donny Deutsch, Shannon Elizabeth, Kathy Griffin, and Neil Patrick Harris [OC/992.1]
  • The 5th episode w/Angela Bassett, Jeff Garlin, Dave Navarro, Mekhi Phifer, and Emily Procter [RPT/992.2]
  • The championship episode [OC/992.3]
    Winter 2005:
  • The premiere episode w/Brad Garrett, Catherine O'Hara, Ray Romano, Sara Rue, and Curt Schilling [RPT/1011.1]
  • The 2nd episode w/Jason Alexander, Nick Gonzalez, Allison Janney, Chris Kattan, and Mary McCormack [RPT/1011.2]
  • The 3rd episode w/Lacey Chabert, Bonnie Hunt, J.K. Simmons, Robert Wagner, and Scott Wolf [RPT/1011.3]
  • The 4th episode w/Brandi Chastain, Camryn Manheim, Colin Quinn, Tom Verica, and Kevin Weisman [RPT/1015.1]
  • The 5th episode w/Heather Graham, Jesse Metcalfe, Andrea Parker, Malcolm-Jamal Warner, and Fred Willard (only an hour, game ran short) [OC/1015.2]
  • The championship episode [RPT/1015.3]
    Summer 2005:
  • The premiere episode w/Charla Faddoul, Jonny Fairplay, Andrew Firestone, Omarosa Manigault-Stallworth, and Trishelle Cannatella [RPT]
  • The 2nd episode w/Stephen Collins, Bryan Cranston, Peter Dinklage, Meat Loaf, and Howie Mandel [RPT]
  • The 3rd episode w/Ricki Lake, Sharon Lawrence, Kathryn Morris, Kathy Najimy, and Caroline Rhea [RPT]
  • The 4th episode w/Anthony Anderson, Cheryl Hines, Amber Tamblyn, *Alex Trebek*, and Michael Vartan (2004 WSoP champ Annie Duke makes an appearance) [RPT]
  • The 5th episode w/Eddie Cibrian, Mo Gaffney, Penny Marshall, Rosie O'Donnell, and Travis Tritt [RPT]
  • The championship episode [RPT]
    Fall 2005:
  • The premiere episode w/Ricardo Antonio Chavira, Steven Culp, James Denton, Mark Moses, and Doug Savant [RPT]
  • The 2nd episode w/Barry Corbin, Joey Fatone, Gina Gershon, Andy Richter, and James Woods [RPT]
  • The 3rd episode w/Carlos Bernard, Bill Brochtrup, Dulé Hill, Kathleen Madigan, and Kelli Williams [RPT]
  • The 4th episode w/Oksana Baiul, Richard Belzer, Dean Cain, Nicholas Gonzalez, and Kevin Nealon [RPT]
  • The 5th episode w/Ian Gomez, Jeremy London, Camryn Manheim, Wendy Pepper, and Alison Sweeney [RPT]
  • The championship episode [RPT]
    Dave Foley & Phil Hellmuth Jr. (all 2 hrs.): Six episodes from 2006 (all 2 hrs):
  • The premiere episode w/Jason Alexander, Jamie Bamber, Bryan Cranston, Susie Essman, and Kevin Sorbo [RPT]
  • The 2nd episode w/Greg Behrendt, Michael Ian Black, Kim Coles, Jorge Garcia, and Andrea Martin [RPT]
  • The 3rd episode w/Brett Butler, Doug E. Doug, Fred Savage, Ida Siconolfi, and Jennifer Tilly [RPT]
  • The 4th episode w/Mario Cantone, Rocco DiSpirito, Jenna Fischer, Keegan-Michael Key, and Jordan Peele [RPT]
  • The 5th episode w/Joy Behar, Andy Dick, Macy Gray, Christopher Meloni, and Robin Tunney [RPT]
  • The championship episode (and last show of the series) [OC]

    CELEBRITY SAYS!-Dave Holmes:

  • Two general 2008 episodes [both OC]
  • A 2008 episode w/college students playing [RPT]

    CELEBRITY SWEEPSTAKES-Jim McKrell:

  • The 1974 pilot; guests are John Astin, Jane Withers, Lucie Arnaz, Dean Jones, Ted Knight and Patty Duke Astin [SM/D71.3]
  • The last episode from 1976; guests are Carol Wayne, Nipsey Russell, Greg Mullavey, Debralee Scott, Pat Cooper, and Alan Sues [SM]

    CHAIN REACTION
    Bill Cullen:

  • The 1979 pilot (w/a slightly different format); guests are Joyce Bulifant and Nipsey Russell [SM]
    (all other episodes are from the 1980 series run)
  • The premiere episode (w/the impossible "half-0" bonus round); guests are Joyce Bulifant, Patty Duke Astin, Fred Grandy, and Nipsey Russell [USA/D29.5, also GSN/138.1 w/better video quality]
  • The 5th episode (w/same guests as a bove and an amazing comeback in game 2!) [USA]
  • The first two episodes w/the 2nd bonus round format; guests are Joyce Bulifant, Jay Johnson, Didi Conn, and Robert Mandan (now w/the 2nd bonus round) [episode 1 USA, episode 2 GSN/178.5]
  • Another episode w/same guests as above [USA]
  • Guests are Elaine Joyce, Vicki Lawrence, Nipsey Russell, and Richard Paul [GSN/172.4]
  • Another episode w/same guests as above [USA]
  • Guests are JoAnne Worley, Joanna Gleason, Richard Paul, and Michael McKean [GSN/172.5]
  • Two consecutive episodes; guests are Shelley Smith, Peggy Cass, Robert Mandan, and Fred Grandy [both GSN/138.2, 252.5]
  • The first episode w/the 3rd bonus round format; guests are Lois Nettleton, Debralee Scott, Jay Johnson, and Soupy Sales [USA]
  • Another episode w/same guests as above [GSN/138.3]
  • Guests are Lois Nettleton, Anita Gillette, Bart Braverman, and Soupy Sales [GSN/172.8]
  • Guests are Joanna Gleason, Robert Mandan, Debralee Scott, and Robert Walden (Includes TWO last-second bonus round wins!) [GSN/178.6]
  • Three episodes; guests are Betty White, Anita Gillette, *Allen Ludden*, and Brian Patrick Clarke [all GSN/173.2-4, also have Mon. ep from USA/D1.1]
  • Guests are Anita Gillette, Nipsey Russell, Gina Hecht, and Fred Grandy [GSN/178.7]
  • Another episode w/same guests as above [OC]
  • Guests are Joanna Gleason, Patty Duke Astin, Brian Patrick Clarke, and Nipsey Russell (Includes a record 52-second bonus round win!) [GSN/190.4]
  • Another episode w/same guests as above [USA/D9.2, also GSN/190.5, which has better video quality]
  • Two consecutive episodes; guests are Joyce Bulifant, Judy-Norton Taylor, Jay Johnson, and Robert Pine [both GSN/190.6, 219.4]
  • Two consecutive episodes w/Geoff Edwards guest-hosting; guests are Vicki Lawrence, Gina Hecht, Jack Carter, and Wesley Eure [both GSN/190.13; 229.1, also have 2nd episode from USA]
  • Geoff Edwards guest-hosts; guests are JoAnne Worley, Constance McCashin, Richard Paul, and Robert Walden [GSN/252.6]
  • Another episode from same week as above [GSN/252.7]
  • Guests are Betty White, Susan Richardson, Darryl Anderson, and Jay Johnson [GSN/229.2]
  • Guests are JoAnne Worley, Sal Viscuso, Sharon Spellman, and Steve Kanaly [USA/1049.1]
  • Another episode w/same guests as above [OC]
  • Guests are Anita Gillette, Ken Kercheval, Judy Norton-Taylor, and Richard Paul (part of end credits cut off) [USA/1049.2]
  • Guests are Vicki Lawrence, Anita Gillette, Ron Silver, and Wesley Eure (intro/part of end credits missing) [USA/299.7]
  • The last episode; guests are Betty White, Jay Johnson, Joyce Bulifant, and Ron Silver (Check out the hilarious final all-star bonus round!) [OC/225.1]
    Blake Emmons ("The New Chain Reaction"): Four episodes from 1986:
  • The premiere episode (w/the 9-letter rule in the bonus round) [GSN/176.3]
  • An episode w/a 5th game win! [OC/96.1]
  • Two general episodes [both OC/D30.2 and 94.8]
    Geoff Edwards
    1986-90 ("The New Chain Reaction"):
  • His first episode from 1986 (Includes a promo for "Love Me, Love Me Not"!) [OC/D30.2]
  • A general 1986 episode [OC/96.14]
  • Two consecutive episodes from 1987 [both OB/353.13-14]
  • Two general 1987 episodes [both OB/223.7, 353.5]
  • Three general 1989 episodes [all OC]
  • A general 1990 episode (opening/end credits missing) [OC/96.2]
    1991 ("The $40,000 Chain Reaction"):
  • A preliminary round (w/LONG end credits!) [OC/D25.1 from U.S. airing, also RPT/96.3 from Canadian airing, but part of end credits cut off]
  • The finals episode (and last one of the series) [RPT/279.1]
    Dylan Lane:
  • The 2006 premiere episode [OC]
  • A 2006 episode where a team wins *$0* in the bonus round! [RPT]
  • Six general 2006 episodes [2 OC, 4 RPT]
  • The first episode w/the revised bonus round rules from 2006 (part of opening missing) [RPT]
  • ATGSer Adam Wurtzel's appearance from 2006 (part of opening missing) [RPT]
  • The 2nd season premiere from 2007 [OC]
  • A 2007 episode from "Win with Words Week" (w/teachers vs. students) [OC]
  • Two general 2007 episodes [1 OC, 1 RPT]
    Mike Catherwood:
  • Two episodes from 2015 [both RPT]

    THE CHASE-John McEnroe: Three episodes from 2002:

  • The premiere episode [OC/669.7]
  • A general episode [OC/686.2]
  • The last episode (w/a perfect win AND a $0 win!) [OB]

    THE $64,000 CHALLENGE-Ralph Story:

  • One episode from 1956 w/Dr. Joyce Brothers competing against a team of boxers (has time code at bottom of screen) [SC/315.3]
  • One episode from 1957 [OC/747.6]

    THE CHALLENGERS-Dick Clark:

  • The aired pilot/"Sneak Preview" episode from 1990 [OB/D8.4]
  • The Sep. 3, 1990 premiere episode [OC/280.5]
  • Sep. 17, 1990 episode [OB/756.1]
  • Sep. 19, 1990 episode; future "WWtBaM" champ Larry Caplan makes his first appearance [OB/949.6]
  • Sep. 24, 1990 episode; Larry faces a $60,000 "Ultimate Challenge"! [OB/D24.5]
  • Sep. 26, 1990 episode; Maggie Baker sets a one-day record of $16,750! [OC]
  • Oct. 3, 1990 episode; Chuck Lough faces a $31,000 "Ultimate Challenge"! [OC]
  • Oct. 10, 1990 episode; former "$otC" champ Tom O'Brien is a contestant [OC]
  • Oct. 18, 1990 episode; Russell Giles faces a $42,000 "Ultimate Challenge"! (missing intro) [OC]
  • Oct. 22, 1990 episode; the "one answer per question" Sprint Round rule is introduced [OC]
  • Nov. 8, 1990 episode; big winner Stan Newman makes his first appearance (part of opening missing) [OC]
  • All of a special "Tournament of Champions" week from 1990 [all OC]
  • Nov. 20, 1990 episode; Stan faces a $31,000 "Ultimate Challenge"! [OC]
  • Nov. 28, 1990 episode [OC]
  • Dec. 7, 1990 episode (a contestant wins w/only $745!) [OC]
  • Dec. 11, 1990 episode; former "$otC" champ Al McDonald is a contestant [OC]
  • Four consecutive episodes from April 1-4, 1991 [2 OC/D56.3-4, 2 OB/132.1-2]
  • ALL of a week-long "Teachers' Tournament" from 1991 (end credits missing in some episodes) [all OB/131.1-5]
  • May 24, 1991 episode (Bob Hilton announces) [OB/768.8]
  • June 21, 1991 episode (end credits missing) [OC/756.2]
  • July 3, 1991 episode [OB/228.3]
  • Two semi-finals episodes from the 1991 "Invitational Tournament" [both OB/132.3-4]
  • The Invitational Tournament finals from 1991 [OB/817.3]

    THE CHAMBER-Rick Schwartz: Two episodes from 2002 [both OC]:

  • The premiere episode [689.2]
  • The 3rd episode [680.5]

    CHANCE OF A LIFETIME-Dennis James: One episode from 1955 [OC]

    THE $1,000,000 CHANCE OF A LIFETIME-Jim Lange:

  • The 1986 premiere episode (part of intro/end credits missing) [OC/D102.2]
  • Andrea & Michael Burke's big win from 1986 (has tracking problems, but watchable) [OC]
  • Former "FF" champs Connie & Steve Rutenbar's big win from 1986 [OB/D47.3]
  • Kim & George Brittain's big win from 1986 [OC/273.1]
  • A 1986 episode w/a $1,000,000 loss [OC]
  • A 1986 episode where the champs take the $5,000 buyout [OC]
  • Three general 1986 episodes [1 OB/951.7, 2 OC]
  • Cheryl & Bill Gilmore's big win from 1986 [OB]
  • The 2nd season premiere from 1986 (now w/the new set/music, prizes and hostess Karen Thomas; has VCR counter in top right corner of screen) [OC/D102.3]
  • Mollie & Larry Davis's big win from 1986 [OC/D47.5]
  • Two consecutive episodes from 1986 w/Pam & Scott Hostetler (episode 1 missing first 2 min.) [both OC]
  • A 1986 episode w/a great come-from-behind win and a $1,000,000 loss! [OC]
  • Laureen & Dan Crisafulli's big win from 1986 [OC/256.4]
  • Judith & Bob Haut's big win from 1987 [OC/208.3]
  • Three general 1987 episodes [3 OC/159.2; 951.9; 1036.3]
  • Judy & Jay Astor's big win from 1987 [OB]

    CHANGE OF HEART
    Chris Jagger:

  • The 1998 premiere episode [OC/262.5]
  • Chris's return episode from 2002 [OC/752.5]
    Lynne Koplitz:
  • Her first episode from 2001 [OC/639.2]

    THE CHASE-Brooke Burns:

  • The aired 2012 pilot [RPT]
  • The first two episodes from 2013 [both OC]
  • Former Runaways member Jackie Fox's appearance from 2013 [RPT]
  • The 1st season finale from 2013 [RPT]
  • The 2nd season premiere from 2013 [RPT]
  • A 2013 episode w/the Beast's birthday acknowledged [RPT]
  • The first two episodes of the 3rd season from 2014 [both RPT]
  • A celebrity episode from 2014 w/Dean Cain, Boris Kodjoe, and Seamus Dever [OC]
  • The 3rd season premiere from 2015 [OC]
  • A general 2015 episode [RPT]

    THE CHEAP SHOW-Dick Martin:
    One episode from 1978; guests are Rita Moreno and David Doyle (Henry Ford is a no-show!) [OB/D125.4]

    CHILD'S PLAY-Bill Cullen:

  • The 1982 pilot (w/a slightly different format) [SM/857.4, also BZR, w/better video quality]
  • The 1982 premiere episode [GSN/187.1]
  • Two general 1982 episodes [both GSN/74.11, 400.4]
  • A 1982 episode w/an appearance by Mark Goodson [GSN]
  • A 1983 episode w/future "Goonies" star Jeff McMahon (Cohen) as one of the kids [GSN, also BZR]
  • Three consecutive 1983 episodes w/future "Be a TV Game Show Winner" author Marla Schwartz as a contestant (episode 3 features a live appearance by Ronald Blair Wilkenson II, which showcases Bill at his finest!) [episodes 1-2 BZR, episode 3 GSN/400.5]
  • A 1983 episode where the game ends in a tie [BZR]
  • A 1983 episode where Bill's birthday is celebrated [GSN]
  • Two consecutive 1983 episodes w/actress Anne-Marie Johnson as a contestant [episode 1 BZR, episode 2 GSN]
  • A 1983 eouside w/a Fast Play round that goes down to the wire [BZR]
  • A 1983 episode w/a final score of 23-2! [BZR]
  • A 1983 episode w/Devin Ratray as one of the kids [GSN]
  • Five general 1983 episodes [2 GSN/D38.1; 303.3, 3 BZR]
  • A 1983 episode w/a live appearance by Sean Garrin [GSN]
  • A 1983 episode w/a champion going for her 5th win [GSN]
  • A 1983 episode w/Tara Reid as one of the kids [GSN]
  • The first episode w/the "Turnabout" bonus round from 1983 [GSN]
  • A 1983 episode where Dolly Pressler becomes the all-time top winner w/$23,100 [GSN/857.5]
  • A 1983 episode w/a record Turnabout win [GSN]
  • A 1983 episode w/Sugar Ray Robinson in the audience [GSN]
  • The last episode from 1983 [OB/203.8, which ends w/a promo for "Press Your Luck", also GSN/400.6]

    THE CHOICE-Cat Deely:
    One episode from 2012; guests are Taylor Hicks, Warren Sapp, Rocco DiSpirito, and Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino (part of opening missing) [OC]

    CHOOSE UP SIDES
    Bob Kennedy:
    The 1953 pilot [GSN/1037.2]
    Gene Rayburn: One episode from 1956 [OC]

    CHOPSTICKS (local music quiz)-John Scott Trotter: One episode from 1950 [OC]

    CITY SMARTS (Brooklyn HS quiz)-Paul Wagner: Three episodes from 2003 [all OB]:

  • A first-round game w/Dewitt Clinton vs. Staten Island Tech [1054.1]
  • A quarter-final game w/Stuyvesant vs. Leon M. Goldstein [1054.2]
  • A semi-final game w/the HS for Environmental Studies vs. SI Tech (and the last episode, as the series was abruptly cancelled due to lack of funding) [1054.3]

    CLAIM TO FAME (San Francisco panel game)-Patrick Van Horn:
    One episode from 1988; panel is Wayne Shannon, Ann Jones, Charlie Cox, and Ruby Peterson (has tracking problems) [OC/949.10]

    CLASH!-Billy Kimball: Three episodes from 1990:

  • Librarians vs. Noisy People [OB/D41.3]
  • People Who Have Accidents vs. Insurance Salesmen (glitchy video) [OC/411.13]
  • People Punched In the Face vs. People Kicked In the Butt [OB/710.12]

    CLICK
    Ryan Seacrest & Amber Bonasso:

  • The 1997 premiere episode [OC/105.2]
  • Three general 1997 episodes [2 OC/126.3; 128.2, 1 RPT/26.7]
  • "Siblings Day" from 1998 [GSN]
    Ryan Seacrest & Amber Willenborg: Four episodes from 1998:
  • The 2nd season premiere [OC/277.1]
  • Three general episodes [all RPT/289.2, 300.4, 300.11]

    COLLEGE MAD HOUSE-Greg Kinnear:

  • The 1989 premiere episode w/the University of Texas vs. the University of Arkansas (end credits missing) [OC/209.2]
  • UCLA vs. USC from 1989 [OC/175.11]
  • Cornell vs. the University of Pennsylvania from 1989 (part of end credits cut off) [OB/299.12]
  • SMU vs. Texas A&M from 1990 [OC/209.7]
  • Brown vs. Princeton from 1990 [OB/D41.1]
  • ASU vs. the University of Arizona from 1990 [OB/89.3]
  • Southern Methodist vs. Texas A&M from 1990 [OC]
  • Minnesota vs. Wisconsin from 1990 [OC]
  • Indiana vs. Purdue from 1990 [OC/674.1]
  • Washington vs. Oregon from 1990 (a contestant swears during the Finals round!) [OC/674.2]
  • Seton Hall vs. St. John's from 1990 [OC]

    COMMON SENSE (Harvard-Radcliffe TV quiz)-Mandel Ilagan:

  • The 1997 pilot [100.3]
  • The 1997 premiere episode [124.5]

    CONCENTRATION
    Hugh Downs:

  • One episode from 1958 [OC/966.1]
  • A 1959 episode w/Art James guest-hosting (missing intro) [OB]
  • All three finals episodes from the 1963 "Challenge of Champions" [all OC]
  • The first half of a 1966 episode [KIN]
  • A 1967 "Challenge of Champions" episode [KIN]
  • Christmas 1968 episode (w/Victor Borge and Bob Clayton as "Secret Santas") [OC/472.1]
    Bob Clayton:
  • The 1969 "Challenge of Champions" finals [OC/472.3]
  • Christmas 1969 episode (w/Hugh Downs and Joe Garagiola as "Secret Santas") [OC/472.2]
  • The last episode from 1973 (part of game 1 missing, but ends w/a very nice goodbye!) [OB]
    Jack Narz:
  • The last few minutes of a 1974 episode (starts in the middle of game 2) [OB/112.5]
  • A general 1974 episode [SM]
  • Clips of the final segments from two 1976 episodes [both OB]
  • A 1977 episode where the "foreign money" game is played at the end [SM]
  • A 1978 episode w/a rarity in game 1 [SM]
  • A 1978 episode where both players play a special "Double Play" round at the end for extra money [SM]
  • The last(?) episode from 1978 [SM/D38.5]
    Alex Trebek ("Classic Concentration"):
  • Two pilots from 1985 (simply titled "Concentration"), hosted by Orson Bean; feature a different set and game format [SM/311.3]
  • The 1987 premiere episode (w/a very "wild" game 1!) [OC/221.2]
  • The 4th episode [OB/1046.9]
  • A 1987 episode where the rare audience game is played [OB/589.2]
  • A 1987 episode w/a record 29-second car win [OB/589.3]
  • A 1987 episode where technical problems in the car round lead to a default win! [OC]
  • A 1987 episode where a car loss is overturned! [OC]
  • Diana Taylor's last episode (though not mentioned) from 1987 [OC]
  • Marjorie Goodson's first episode from 1987 [OC]
  • A 1987 episode where Alex talks about how the cars are placed onstage [OC]
  • A 1987 episode where a cameraman's retirement is acknowledged [OC]
  • Ten general 1987 episodes [6 OC/203.5, 3 OB/434.12; 1026.13, 1 RPT/1046.10]
  • A 1987 episode w/the fastest puzzle solve in CC history! [OC]
  • A 1987 episode w/former "$otC" champ Michael Friedman [OC]
  • A 1987 episode where Marjorie's dog Pokey makes his first appearance [OC]
  • A 1987 episode w/a clean sweep in game 1 [OC]
  • A 1987 episode w/some bad camera work [OC]
  • A 1987 episode where a puzzle is solved w/just *4* squares revealed! [OC/847.9]
  • Two episodes from 1987 where Monica Norwood becomes the only player ever to win *3* cars! [both RPT/589.4-5]
  • The first episode w/the "take" cards from 1987 [RPT/607.3]
  • A 1987 episode where two cars are ALMOST won! [RPT/1026.12]
  • Four 1987 episodes from "Around the World Week" [all RPT]
  • A 1988 episode where a car is won in the base time! [OC]
  • Four general 1988 episodes [1 OB/73.2, 2 OC, 1 RPT/949.11]
  • A 1988 episode from "Trick or Treat Week" (w/some hilarious Marjorie moments!) [OC]
  • Halloween 1988 episode (w/everyone in costume) [RPT]
  • Two 1989 episodes from "Love Week" (w/couples playing) [both OC/116.7]
  • A 1989 episode from "College Week" [OC]
  • Five general 1989 episodes [all OC]
  • Two consecutive episodes from 1989 [both OC]
  • A 1989 episode where director Marc Breslow's birthday is acknowledged (end credits missing) [OB]
  • An episode from the 1989 Tournament of Champions [OB/960.5]
  • Two consecutive episodes from 1990 (episode 2 has a clean sweep in game 1 and a last-second car win!) [OC]
  • A 1990 episode w/a near-clean sweep in game 1! [OC]
  • The 3rd anniversary episode from 1990 [OB/668.2]
  • A 1990 episode w/then-unknown TV writer/comic Jeff Clinkenbeard as a contestant [OC]
  • Eight general 1990 episodes [2 OB/73.4; 1056.6, 4 OC/203.10; 234.6]
  • A 1990 episode w/an appearance by B.B. King [OC]
  • Halloween 1990 episode (w/the contestants in costume) [OB]
  • All of a special "Tournament of Champions" week from 1990 [all RPT/279.6-10]
  • A 1991 episode where a contestant loses the bonus round on purpose(!) [RPT/D33.5]
  • A 1991 episode where a contestant swears during a close bonus round [OB/886.2]
  • A 1991 episode w/an on-camera appearance by Gene Wood [RPT/1037.5]
  • Two general 1991 episodes [1 OB/228.9, 1 OC/439.1]
  • The 1,000th episode from 1991 (w/a cake and celebration at the end!) [RPT/89.4]
  • The last episode (not mentioned, though Alex seems a tad bitter at the end!) from 1991 [OB/170.3]

    CONTRAPTION-Ralph Harris: Eight episodes from 1983 [all OB/149.4, 966.5-9, 966.16-17]

    COUCH POTATOES-Marc Summers: Fifteen episodes from 1989:

  • The premiere episode; guest is Dennis Franz (Includes a promo for "Family Feud"!) [OC/683.6]
  • The 5th episode; guest is Dick Sargent (glitchy video throughout) [OC/157.1]
  • Guest is Soupy Sales [OC]
  • Guest is Elinor Donahue [OC]
  • Guest is Jon Provost [OC/988.4]
  • Guests are Jack Larson and Noel Neill [OC/221.3]
  • Guest is Henry Polic II (end credits missing) [OB/233.16]
  • Guest is Gary Coleman [OC/256.5]
  • Guest is Steve Allen [USA/834.7]
  • Guest is Kathy Garver [OB/1042.12]
  • Guest is Larry Mazzeo [USA/949.12]
  • An episode from "Teen Week"; guest is Nicole Eggert [OC]
  • An episode from "Moms Week"; guest is Barbara Billingsley (missing first few minutes) [OC]
  • An episode from "Game Show Week"; guest is Peter Marshall (color pops in/out due to reception problems) [OC/224.7]
  • Another episode from "Game Show Week"; guest is Janice Pennington [OC/224.8]

    THE COUNCIL OF BLUFFS (Omaha definition game)-Rob Baker:One episode from 1989 [OC/203.11]

    CRAM-Graham Elwood: Seven episodes from 2003:

  • The premiere episode [OC/805.3]
  • Valentine's Day episode [OC/786.5]
  • Three general episodes [2 SM, 1 RPT/854.1]
  • April Fools' Day episode (w/Marc Summers hosting) [OC/816.8]
  • The 2nd season premiere; it's a celebrity episode w/Susan Olsen and Christopher Knight [OC/836.5, also SM]
  • A celebrity episode w/Playboy centerfolds Penelope Jimenez and Laurie Fetter [SM]

    THE CROSS-WITS/CROSSWITS
    Jack Clark:

  • The first 10 minutes of the 3rd episode from 1975; guests are Conny Van Dyke, Greg Morris, Meredith MacRae, and Ron Masak (has inactive time code at bottom of screen) [SM/132.5]
  • Two episodes from 1978; guests are Rita Moreno, Nipsey Russell, Misty Rowe, and Jack Riley [both OC]
  • 1979; guests are JoAnne Worley, *Bill Cullen*, Elinor Donahue, and Johnny Brown [OB]
  • 1979; guests are Nipsey Russell, Rosemary Forsyth, James Hampton, and Elaine Joyce [OB]
  • 1979; guests are Robert Reed, Patricia McCormack, Daryl Anderson, and Anita Gillette [OB]
    David Sparks:
  • The first taped episode from 1986; guests are Martin Kove, Abby Dalton, Fred Willard, and Arsenio Hall [FAM/175.4]
  • The first aired episode from 1986; guests are Richard Moll, Cheryl-Ann Wilson, Kelsey Grammer, and Leslie Charleson [OC/144.4]
  • 1986; guests are *Tom Kennedy, Bob Goen, Peter Tomarken, and Jim Peck* (video quite grainy) [OC/D71.1]
  • 1986; guests are Richard Moll, Stephen Furst, Shelley Taylor-Morgan, and Tom Poston (most of end credits missing) [FAM/175.7]
  • 1986; guests are Fred Travalena, Marcia Wallace, Brad Garrett, and Jacklyn Zieman (part of end credits cut off) [OC]
  • 1986; guests are Richard Kline, Edie McClurg, Stephen Bishop, and Lois Bromfield [FAM/834.8]
  • 1986; guests are JM Bullock, Marcia Wallace, Howard Morton, and Jenny Jones [RPT]
  • 1986; guests are John Schuck, Arleen Sorkin, Tom Dreesen, and Jimmy Aleck [RPT]
  • 1986; guests are Dionne Warwick, Leslie Uggams, Ed Nelson, and Constance Towers [RPT]
  • 1987; guests are Joanna Kerns, Ilene Graff, Charles Shaughnessy, and Rosie O'Donnell (intro/last few seconds of credits cut off) [RPT]

    CRUSH-Andrew Krasny: The 2000 premiere episode [OC/444.9]

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