My Game Shows, G-I

G.E. COLLEGE BOWL
Allen Ludden:

  • USC vs. Barnard from 1959 [KIN]
  • NYU vs. University of Oklahoma from 1960 (Don Morrow fills in for Allen) [OC]
    Robert Earle:
  • Cal State vs. Rice from 1965 [OC]
  • Agnes Scott vs. Princeton from 1966 [OC]

    GAMBIT-Wink Martindale
    CBS, 1972-76:

  • One episode from 1974 w/a LUCKY couple! [SM/220.2]
  • A general 1976 episode [OB]
  • A 1976 episode from the final week [OC]
  • The last episode from 1976 (JIP at middle of 2nd segment) [OC]
    NBC, 1980-81 ("Las Vegas Gambit"):
  • The 1979 pilot (simply titled "Gambit" and w/a different format) [SM]
  • The 1980 premiere episode [OC/360.5]
  • Christmas 1980 episode (missing first 2 min. or so) [OC]
  • Four consecutive episodes from 1981 [all OB/1003.5-7]
  • A 1981 episode w/an appearance by Wink's dog Gambit and a $6,500 Any 21 Jackpot win [OB]
  • A general 1981 episode [OB]
  • A 1981 episode w/a huge $51,000+ Gambit Galaxy win! (end credits missing) [OB]
  • The last episode from 1981 (from "Singles' Week") [OB/220.4]

    THE GAME GAME-Jim McKrell: Three episodes from 1969:

  • The pilot; guests are Donna Jean Young, Scoey Mitchlll, and Nancy Kulp [GSN/349.4]
  • Guests are George Carlin, Jacqueline Susann, and Andrew Prine [GSN/527.12]
  • Guests are Doug McClure, Jessica Walters, and Burt Reynolds [SM]

    THE GAME OF LIFE-Frank Nicotero:

  • The 2011 premiere episode [OC]
  • A 2011 episode w/twins playing [OC]
  • Thanksgiving 2011 episode [OC]
  • Christmas 2011 episode [RPT]
  • One episode from 2012 [OC]

    THE GAME PLANE-Mark L. Walberg:

  • The 2014 premiere episode [OC]
  • Three general 2014 episodes [all RPT]
  • Two episodes from 2015 [1 OC, 1 RPT]

    GAME SHOW IN MY HEAD-Joe Rogan: The first two episodes from 2009 [both OC]

    GAMESHOW MARATHON-Ricki Lake: All 7 episodes from 2006 [all OC]:

  • The premiere episode; "The Price is Right" is played w/Paige Davis, Kathy Najimy, Tim Meadows, Lance Bass, Brande Roderick, and Leslie Nielsen
  • "Let's Make a Deal" w/Lance Bass, Leslie Nielsen, Paige Davis, and Tim Meadows
  • "Beat the Clock" w/Tim Meadows, Paige Davis, Leslie Nielsen, and Kathy Najimy
  • "Press Your Luck" w/Leslie Nielsen, Kathy Najimy, and Tim Meadows
  • "Card Sharks": The semi-finals begin in this episode
  • "Match Game '73": The semi-finals continue; guests are George Foreman, Kathy Griffin, Bruce Vilanch, Adrianne Curry, Adam Carolla, and *Betty White*
  • "Family Feud": The $100,000 championship episode (and last show of the series)

    GAS MONEY (Chicago sports quiz)-Luke Stuckmeyer & Susannah Collins: A 2012 episode from Soldier Field [OC]

    THE GENERATION GAP-Dennis Wholey: Four episodes from 1969:

  • The pilot [SM]
  • The premiere episode; musical guests are the Ohio Express and Bill Kenney (of the Ink Spots) [SC]
  • Musical guests are the Brooklyn Bridge [SC/1046.12]
  • A partial episode; guests are Jonathan Frid and Soupy Sales [SM]

    GENESIS-Jim MacKrell: A special "sneak preview" episode (and the only one aired!) from 2000 [OC/450.4]

    GET THE HOOK-UP-Russ Parr & Alfredas:

  • One episode from 2004 [RPT]
  • One episode from 2005 [RPT]

    GET THE MESSAGE: Three episodes from 1964:
    Frank Buxton:

  • Guests are Ann Sothern, Nancy Dussault, Abe Burrows, and Darryl Hickman [OC, also GSN/365.2]
  • Guests are Peggy Cass, Phyllis Newman, Orson Bean, and Howard Keel [GSN/339.8]
    Robert Q. Lewis:
  • The last episode; guests are Marty Ingels, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Arlene Francis, and Barbara Cook [GSN/119.10]

    GET THE PICTURE-Mike O'Malley: Eleven episodes from 1991

  • The aired pilot(?) [GAS/550.2]
  • "Twins Day" [GAS/781.9]
  • A celebrity episode w/"Welcome Freshmen" vs. "Clarissa Explains it All" [GAS/683.12]
  • Four general episodes [2 RPT/D7.1; 192.3, 2 GAS]
  • "Sports Day" [GAS/798.7]
  • An episode w/an appearance by Marc Summers [GAS/798.9]
  • An episode w/a record maingame score of 940! [GAS/834.9]

    GIANT STEP-Bert Parks: One episode from 1956 [OC]

    GIVE 'N TAKE-Jim Lange: One episode from 1975 [SM/D101.4]

    GLADIATORS 2000
    Ryan Seacrest & Maria Sansone:

  • A celebrity episode from 1994 w/Taran Noah Smith and Marquis Wilson [RPT]
  • A general 1994 episode (end credits missing) [OB/616.11]
  • A "family pairs" episode from 1995 [RPT]
  • A general 1995 episode [RPT]
  • A "girls vs. boys" episode from 1995 [RPT]
    Ryan Seacrest & Valerie Miller: Four episodes from 1995 [all RPT]:
  • The 2nd season premiere
  • An episode w/brother-sister teams playing
  • An episode w/student-teacher teams playing
  • A special "Gladiators and Their Daughters" episode

    GLOBAL GUTS-Mike O'Malley: A Special Olympics Edition from 1996 [OC/799.1]

    GO-Kevin O'Connell:

  • The 1983 premiere episode; guests are Elaine Joyce and Richard Kline [GSN/178.8]
  • The 3rd episode (w/same guests as above) [CBN/D30.5, also GSN/189.3]
  • Three consecutive episodes from 1983; guests are Betty White and Fred Grandy [all GSN/129.1, 229.9]
  • 1983; guests are Shelley Smith and Brian Mitchell [GSN/179.1]
  • Another episode w/same guests as above [OC]
  • 1983; guests are Audrey Landers and Jay Johnson [CBN, also GSN/129.5]
  • The first episode w/the "head-to-head" format from 1983; guests are Markie Post and Barry Gordon [CBN, also GSN/129.6]
  • 1983; guests are Martha Smith and Charlie Siebert [CBN/11.3]
  • Another episode w/same guests as above [GSN/314.1]
  • ALL of a special Battle of the Soap Stars week from 1983 w/"Another World" vs. "Days of Our Lives" (Jack Clark announces) [all GSN/189.5-9, also have Wed. and Fri. eps from OC/914.6; 914.8]
  • 1983; guests are Bonnie Urseth and Michael J. Fox [GSN/129.8]
  • ALL of another Battle of the Soap Stars week from 1983 w/"Another World" vs. "Search For Tomorrow" (Jack Clark announces again) [all GSN/190.7-11]
  • 1983; guests are Lynn Redgrave and Richard Gilliland [CBN/11.2]
  • Another episode w/same guests as above [GSN/179.2]
  • 1983; guests are JoAnne Worley and Grant Goodeve [GSN/138.4]
  • 1983; guests are Constance McCashin and Brian Mitchell [GSN/172.6]
  • 1983; guests are Kim Fields and Lauri Hendler [GSN/172.7]
  • 1984; guests are Betty White and Robert Mandan [GSN/171.10]
  • 1984; guests are Vicki Lawrence and Barry Gordon [GSN/173.5]
  • The last episode from 1984; guests are Didi Conn and Charlie Siebert (ends w/a nice goodbye from Kevin!) [GSN/179.3]

    GO FOR IT! TV-Tymisha Harris & Nicky Brown:

  • The 2001 premiere episode [OC/626.4]
  • The 1st tournament finals from 2001 [OC/659.9]
  • The 2nd tournament finals from 2002 [OC]
  • The 3rd tournament finals from 2002 (missing first 3 min.) [OC/731.8]

    THE GONG SHOW
    Chuck Barris
    NBC, 1976-78:

  • The first taped episode from 1976 (from the never-aired week hosted by John Barbour); guests are Jack Cassidy, JoAnne Worley, and Jamie Farr (JF) [GSN/345.5]
  • The 1976 premiere episode; guests are Anson Williams, Phyllis Diller, and Pat Harrington [GSN/138.5]
  • Two episodes from the 2nd week; guests are Anson Williams, Phyllis Diller, and Jamie Farr [both SM/D91.1-2]
  • 1976; guests are Buddy Hackett, Shari Lewis, and Bill Bixby (Music group Oingo Boingo is an act!) [GSN/521.7]
  • 1976; guests are JF, Della Reese, and Avery Schreiber (Singer Cheryl Lynn is an act!) [GSN/620.1]
  • 1976; guests are Alan Sues, June Lockhart, and Gavin MacLeod [GSN]
  • 1976; guests are Arte Johnson (AJ), Barbara Feldon, and Scoey Mitchlll [GSN]
  • 1976; guests are Chuck Woolery, Charlotte Rae, and AJ [GSN/272.14]
  • 1976; guests are Ronnie Schell, Phyllis Diller, and Chuck Woolery [GSN/620.2]
  • 1976; guests are Rip Taylor, Phyllis Diller, and JF (features a hilarious Chuck Barris impersonator!) [GSN/272.10]
  • 1976; guests are JF, Mitzi McCall, and Charlie Brill [GSN/600.14]
  • A 1976 episode from "High-Low Week"; guests are Clifton Davis, Jaye P. Morgan (JPM; her first appearance), and Milt Kamen [GSN/403.1]
  • 1976; guests are Soupy Sales, JPM, and Ronnie Schell [GSN]
  • 1976; guests are Phyllis Diller, JF, and JPM [GSN/620.3]
  • 1976; guests are AJ, JPM, and Allen Ludden [GSN]
  • 1976; guests are Paul Williams, JPM, and Steve Garvey [USA/608.13]
  • Two episodes from 1976; guests are AJ, JPM, and Rip Taylor [both USA/76.10, 609.6]
  • 1976; guests are JPM, JF, and Michele Lee [GSN/345.6]
  • Three episodes from 1976; guests are AJ, JPM, and JF [all USA/608.7; 609.1; 609.7, also have one ep from GSN/614.6]
  • 1976; guests are Rip Taylor, Susan George, and Peter Lawford [GSN/943.5]
  • Christmas 1976 episode; guests are AJ, Virginia Graham, and JF [GSN/303.13]
  • 1977; guests are JF, JPM, and Charlie Brill [USA/76.8]
  • Four episodes from 1977; guests are AJ, JPM, and Allen Ludden [1 RPT/76.9, 3 USA/608.14; 609.4; 609.6]
  • 1977; guests are JPM, Peter Lawford, and Iris Turner (part of opening/end credits cut off) [OC/1028.1]
  • 1977; guests are AJ, JPM, and Scatman Crothers [GSN/663.14]
  • Three episodes from 1977; guests are AJ, Eva Gabor, and Peter Lawford [2 RPT/76.14; 608.4, 1 USA/609.5]
  • Two episodes from 1977; guests are Ruth Buzzi, Rip Taylor, and Dionne Warwick [both GSN/943.4, 943.6]
  • 1977; guests are JPM, Pat Paulsen, and Pearl Bailey [GSN/614.1]
  • A 1977 episode w/same guests as below [GSN/943.3]
  • The 400th episode from 1977; guests are Anson Williams, Dionne Warwick, and JF [GSN/614.4]
  • 1977; guests are JPM, AJ, and Barbara McNair (part of end credits cut off) [USA/609.3]
  • 1977; guests are JPM, Jack Burns, and Kaye Stevens [GSN]
  • 1977; guests are AJ, JPM, and David Letterman [USA/D118.6]
  • 1977; guests are JF, JPM, and Mort Sahl [USA/608.10]
  • Two episodes from 1977; guests are JPM, Charlie Brill, and Mitzi McCall [1 RPT/608.6, 1 GSN/949.3]
  • 1977; guests are JPM, Pat McCormick (PM), and LaWanda Page [USA/620.13]
  • 1977; guests are AJ, JPM, and Anson Williams [USA/608.9]
  • Three episodes from 1977; guests are AJ, JPM, and Steve Martin [1 RPT/76.17, 1 GSN/614.5, 1 USA/608.14]
  • 1977; guests are AJ, Abbe Lane, and JPM [GSN/620.4]
  • Two episodes from 1977; guests are JPM, Anson Williams, and Patty Andrews [both USA/608.11, 609.8]
  • 1977; guests are JF, JPM, and Pat Paulsen [USA/D118.5]
  • 1977; guests are Phyllis Diller, JF, and JPM (features the infamous "Popsicle Twins" act!) [GSN/534.2]
  • 1977; guests are JF, JPM, and Chuck Woolery [USA/608.8]
  • 1977; guests are Rip Taylor, Patty Andrews, and PM [USA/608.15]
  • A full week of shows from 1977; guests are JF, JPM, and Louis Nye [4 RPT/608.2-3; 608.5; 608.12, 1 GSN/614.2, also have 2 eps from OC/1028.2-3]
  • An hour of clips from various 1977 episodes [OC/1028.4]
  • 1977; guests are JPM, JF, and Patty Andrews [GSN/620.5]
  • 1977; guests are Pat Paulsen, JPM, and PM [RPT/608.1]
  • 1977; guests are Freddy Cannon, JPM, and PM [GSN/620.6]
  • Pre-Thanksgiving 1977 episode; guests are JF, JPM, and PM [USA]
  • Christmas 1977 episode; guests are JF, JPM, and Allen Ludden [GSN/657.2]
  • 1977; guests are Patty Andrews, Sweet Louie, and Mabel King [GSN/620.7]
  • 1978; guests are Helen O'Connell, JPM, and Margaret Whiting [GSN/403.2]
  • 1978; guests are Rip Taylor, JPM, and Sweet Louie [GSN/620.9]
  • Two episodes from 1978; guests are The Unknown Comic, JPM, and PM [1 USA/608.16, 1 GSN]
  • 1978; guests are AJ, JPM, and Steve Garvey [RPT/77.2, also GSN/614.3]
  • 1978; guests are Gene-Gene the Dancing Machine, JPM, and JF [GSN/303.14]
  • 1978; guests are JPM, AJ, and Mabel King [GSN]
  • 1978; guests are Ed Marinaro, JPM, and Ed Bernard [GSN]
  • 1978; guests are Gary Mule Deer, JPM (one of her last network appearances...you'll find out why!!), and Roger Owens [GSN/620.10]
  • 1978; guests are Fred Travalena, Michele Lee, and Wayland Flowers & Madame [GSN/303.15]
  • 1978; guests are Gary Mule Deer, Michele Lee, and PM [USA/609.2]
  • 1978; guests are Pat Paulsen, JoAnne Worley, and Johnny Paycheck [GSN/522.12]
  • 1978; guests are Mort Sahl, Mabel King, and JF [GSN]
  • All of the final week from 1978; guests are Carl Ballantine, Patty Andrews, and JF [all OC/898.2, also have last ep. from GSN/418.14]
    SYNDICATED, 1977-80:
  • 197?; guests are Peter Lawford, JPM, and Sammy Cahn (part of end credits cut off) [USA/D78.2]
  • 1977; guests are Candy Clark, Rex Reed, and JPM [RPT]
  • 1977; guests are AJ, JPM, and JF [OB/1028.5]
  • 1978; guests are Fred Travalena, JPM, and PM (part of end credits cut off) [USA/620.8]
  • 1978; guests are Jack Ford, JPM, and JF (missing intro) [OC/893.2]
  • 1978; guests are Rex Reed, JPM, and Anson Williams (intro and end credits missing) [OC/893.3]
  • 1978; guests are Mabel King, Rex Reed, and JPM [USA]
  • 1978; guests are Dick Shawn, Patty Andrews, and JF (EVERY act is an Elvis impersonator!) [USA]
  • 1978; guests are Michele Lee, PM, and JPM [USA]
  • 1978; guests are Davey Lopes, Mabel King, and Carl Ballantine [OC]
  • 1979; guests are Pat McCormick, Martha Reeves, and Freeman King [USA/609.10]
  • 1979; guests are JF, JPM, and David Sheiner [USA]
  • 1979; guests are Carl Ballantine, Patty Andrews, and PM [USA]
  • 1979; guests are Ja'net DuBois, David Sheiner, and Mabel King [OB]
    Gary Owens:
  • The 1976 syndie premiere episode (preceded by a promo); guests are Elke Sommer, Rex Reed, and Phyllis Diller [SM/D91.3]
    "True" Don Bleu:
  • The 1988 premiere episode; guests are Argus Hamilton, Molly Cheek, and Ramone Azteca [OB/D85.1]
  • 1988; guests are George Wallace, Pam Matteson, and Dweezil Zappa [OC/949.4]
  • 1988; guests are The Fat Boys, Rebecca Arthur, and Kurt Ramis [OC]
  • 1988; guests are Gallagher, Alaina Reed, and *Ken Ober* (parts of several acts missing) [OB/562.9]
  • 1988; guests are Julie Dees, The Unknown Comic, and Alaina Reed [OB/D91.4]
  • 1988; guests are Marsha Warfield, John Matuszak, and Jane Wiedlin [OC]
  • Christmas 1988 episode; guests are *Bob Eubanks*, Mary Ann Pascal, and Bob Zany (Includes a promo for "Hollywood Squares") [OC/562.10]
  • 1989; guests are *Gary Owens*, Anne Bloom, and The Famous San Diego Chicken [OC]
  • 1989; guests are Norm Crosby, Geraldine (an audience member!), and Jimmie Walker [OC/562.11]
  • A special "Heavy Mental" episode from 1989; guests are Candy Clark, Vic Dunlop, and Khrystyne Haje [OC]
  • The 100th episode from 1989; guests are Captain Lou Albano, Marla Gibbs, and "Hollywood" Hamilton [OC/562.12]
  • "A Salute to Dancestand" from 1989; guests are Scott Nemes, *Janice Pennington*, and Jay Thomas (Includes a promo for "Fun House") [OC/562.13]
  • The last episode (though not mentioned) from 1989; guests are Roz Ryan, Carrie Mitchum & Bryan Genesse, and Fred Travalena [OC]
    Dave Attell: Three episodes from 2008:
  • The premiere episode; guests are JB Smoove, Dave Navarro, and Andy Dick [RPT]
  • Guests are Steve Schrippa, Brian Posehn, and Andy Dick (Jared Fogle makes an appearance at the end!) [OC]
  • Guests are Triumph the Insult Comic Dog, Adam Corolla, and Kate Walsh [OC]

    THE GOOD BOOK CHALLENGE (LI religious quiz)-Father Kevin Smith: One episode from 2001 [OC/730.6]

    THE GRAND PRIX ALL-STAR SHOW-Michael Young & Teri Ann Linn:
    One episode from 1982; guests are Jenilee Harisson, Jay Johnson, and David Cassidy (part of end credits cut off) [OC/616.10]

    GRAND SLAM-Dennis Miller & Amanda Byram: All 8 episodes of the series from 2007 [all OC]

    GRANDSTAND-Curt Chaplin: Two episodes from 1988:

  • Guests are Franco Harris, Jay Johnstone, and Bryan Trottier [OC/331.6]
  • Guests are Walt Frazier, John Salley, and Paul Warfield [OB]

    THE GREAT AMERICAN CELEBRITY SPELLING BEE-John O'Hurley:
    The 2-hour championship episode (and last show of the series) from 2004 w/George Wendt, Carol Leifer, Brett Butler, Alice Cooper, Corbin Bernsen, Vanessa Lengies, David Faustino, Gena Lee Nolin, Sherman Hemsley and Alan Thicke [OC/889.0]

    THE GREAT GETAWAY GAME-Wink Martindale:

  • The 1989 pilot (hosted by Jim Caldwell; ironic, huh?) [SM]
  • Two episodes from 1990 [both OB/D75.2]

    GREED-Chuck Woolery:

  • The two-hour 1999 premiere episode [OC/392.0, missing intro, also GSN/716.1, complete]
  • The 2nd episode (veteran GS champ Curtis Warren is a contestant) [GSN/1003.2]
  • The 3rd episode (will Dan, Melissa, and Curtis go for the $2,200,000?) [GSN/1003.3]
  • Three consecutive episodes from 2000 [all OC/423.1-3]
  • Curtis Warren's $1,000,000 win from 2000 [OC/432.3]
  • A special "Tournament of Losers" episode from 2000 [OC/435.4]
  • A special "TV Trivia" episode from 2000 (w/a team that blows the $25K question in an embarrassing way!) [OC/435.5]
  • Two general 2000 episodes [1 OC/431.6, 1 GSN/842.10]
  • Two special 70s Trivia episodes from 2000 (episode 1 is a half-hour, and episode 2 features former "Finders Keepers" host Larry Toffler as a contestant in game 3!) [both OC/436.6-7]
  • 9/11 victim Capt. Charles "Chic" Burlingame's appearance from 2000 [GSN]
  • Five special "Super Greed" episodes from 2000 (w/increased payoffs and a $4M top prize!) [all OC/450.6-7, 454.9, 456.3, 467.3]
  • Two special "College Rivalry" episodes from 2000 [both OC/467.5, 481.1]
  • The last episode (though not mentioned) from 2000 [OC/482.7]

    GUILTY OR INNOCENT-John Shearin: One episode from 1984 [OC/528.10]

    GUY'S GROCERY GAMES-Guy Fieri:

  • The 2013 premiere episode [RPT]
  • Christmas 2013 episode [RPT]
  • The 2nd season premiere from 2014; it's a special Mother's Day episode (w/moms playing) [RPT]
  • A 2014 episode w/"Food Network Star" alumni playing [RPT]
  • Pre-Thanksgiving 2014 episode [RPT]
  • Christmas 2014 episode [RPT]
  • A 2015 episode w/couples playing [RPT]
  • Father's Day 2015 episode [RPT]
  • A 2015 episode w/all-star chefs playing [RPT]
  • A special 2015 episode w/teams of pro chefs and athletes [RPT]
  • A 2015 episode w/grandmothers playing [RPT]
  • Christmas 2015 episode (w/veterans playing) [OC]
  • The 2015 Tournament of Champions finals [OC]
  • The "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives" tournament finals from 2016 [OC]
  • The "Redemption Tournament" finals from 2016 [OC]
  • A special "Whiz Kids" episode from 2016 [RPT]
  • Halloween 2016 episode [RPT]
  • A special "Ultimate Redemption" episode (w/runners-up from the last 3 tournaments) from 2016 [RPT]
  • A "Cooking Channel Stars" episode from 2016 w/Josh Elkin, Kelsey, Dan Pashman, and Jazz Smollett-Warwell [RPT]
  • Christmas 2016 episode [RPT]
  • The "Impossible Tournament" finals from 2016 [OC]
  • The "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives" tournament finals from 2017 [RPT]

    HAGGIS BAGGIS-Dennis James: One episode from 1959 [KIN]

    HE SAID, SHE SAID-Joe Garagiola:

  • The 1969 pilot w/Gene & Helen Rayburn, and three civillian couples [GSN/D117.5]
  • 1969; guests are Kyle Rote & Sharon Kaye Richie, *Wally & Natalie Bruner*, David & Joyce Susskind, and Jerry Stiller & Anne Meara [GSN/D118.1]
  • 1970; guests are *Bert & Anne Convy* (ironic, huh?), Hal Holbrook & Carol Rossen, Bob Zamfino & E.J. Peaker, and *Dick & Loretta Clark* [GSN/119.11]
  • 1970; guests are Robert Lansing & Gerry Hardy, Heywood & Jane Hale-Brune, Orson & Carolyn Bean, and *Bill & Ann Cullen* [GSN/117.12]
  • A full week of shows from 1970; guests are Nanette Fabray & Randy MacDougall, Alejandro & Joyce Rey, John & Jackie Davidson, and Sally Field & Steve Craig [all GSN/117.7-11, also have SM of one ep.]
  • 1970; guests are Alejandro & Joyce Rey, Mickey & Sherri Spillane, Morty & Marilyn Gunty, and Jack & Reiko Douglas [BZR]

    HEAD GAMES-Greg Proops: One episode from 2009 [OC]

    HEADLINE CHASERS-Wink Martindale:

  • The first two episodes from 1985 [episode 1 OC, episode 2 OB]
  • Four general 1985 episodes [3 OC/112.1; 939.11, 1 GSN/459.14]
  • A 1985 episode that's preceded by both the promo AND slate due to a technical glitch! [OC]
  • One episode from 1986 [OB]

    HIDDEN AGENDA-Debi Gutierrez: The 2010 premiere episode [OC]

    HIGH FINANCE-Dennis James: One episode from 1956 [OC]

    HIGH-LOW-Jack Barry:
    One episode from 1957; panel is Burl Ives, Arlene Dahl, and John Van Doren (has time code at bottom of screen) [SC]

    HIGH-Q (franchised HS quiz)
    Ernie Anderson (W. Virginia):

  • Waverly vs. E. Bank from 1985 [OC/857.6]
  • Huntington-St. Joseph Central vs. Elliot County from 1985 [OB/857.12]
  • The 1985 championship finals [OC/985.1]
  • The 1986 championship finals [OC/683.4]
  • The 1987 championship finals [OB/756.4]
  • Clay vs. S. Charleston from 1989 (includes promos for "WoF" and "Cash Explosion Double Play") [OC]
    Chuck Dowdle (Atlanta):
  • One episode from 2006 [OC]
    Richard Rosen (Central PA):
  • Lampeter-Strasburg vs Upper Dauphin from 2000 (ATGSer Mitch Groff is on the L-S team!) [OC]

    HIGH ROLLERS
    Alex Trebek
    NBC, 1978-80 ("The New High Rollers"):

  • A 1978 episode w/one LUCKY contestant! [SM/221.4]
  • Three general 1979 episodes [both OC]
  • New Year's Eve 1979 episode (w/Alex and the models in formal wear, and contestant Jane Baker was on the "MG '76" New Year's Eve show) [OC]
  • A 1980 episode w/a heartbreaking Big Numbers [OC/894.1]
  • Three general 1980 episodes [all OC]
  • The last episode from 1980 [OC/240.1]
    Wink Martindale:
  • The 1986 pilot (followed by a 3-minute pitchfilm) [SM]
  • The 1987 premiere episode (time runs out before the Big Numbers can be played) [OC/144.1]
  • The 4th episode (includes a promo for "Love Connection") [OB]
  • Three consecutive episodes from 1987 [all OC]
  • A 1987 episode where "Diamond Mine" is played [OC]
  • A 1987 episode where "Full House" is played [OC]
  • A 1987 episode where a contestant swears after a heartbreaking loss! [OC/886.4]
  • Halloween 1987 episode (somewhat low audio) [OB/165.2]
  • A 1987 episode where "Island Hoppers" is played [OC]
  • Four general 1987 episodes [1 OB/165.1, 1 OC/204.2, 1 USA/86.5, 1 SM]
  • A 1987 episode w/a "Dice Derby" car win [USA/D128.5]
  • A 1987 episode w/a "Love Letters" car win [OC]
  • Thanksgiving 1987 episode (w/an all-cash board; precedes the episode below) [USA/834.5]
  • A 1987 episode w/a "Wild Wheels" car win [OC]
  • Big winner Darlene Hubert's first appearance from 1987 [OC]
  • A 1987 episode where Darlene becomes the all-time top winner w/$49,154 (has "ghosts" in picture) [USA/834.4]
  • A 1987 episode w/a big "Around the World" win [OC]
  • Christmas 1987 episode [SM]
  • New Year's Eve 1987 episode (w/another all-cash board; end credits missing) [USA/834.6]
  • A 1988 episode w/a "Driver's Test" car win [OC]
  • A 1988 episode w/TWO Big Numbers wins! (grainy video, end credits missing) [OB]
  • Seven general 1988 episodes [2 USA/204.3; 228.8, 3 OC/353.3, 2 SM/290.9]
  • A 1988 episode w/a "Love Letters" car win (grainy video, end credits missing) [OB]
  • The last episode (though not mentioned) from 1988 [USA]

    HIGH SCHOOL BOWL (Hartford/New Haven HS quiz)-Kenn Venit:

  • The 1983 championship episode [OC]
  • The 1983-84 season premiere [OC]
  • Ludlowe vs. Hamden Hall from 1983 (includes a promo for "Family Feud") [OC]

    HIGH SCHOOL CHALLENGE (Michigan HS quiz)-Jimmy Rhoades: The 2007 championship episode (and last show of the series) [OB]

    HIGH STAKES (local Baltimore show)-Clem Florio:
    One episode from 1976; panel is Mayor William Donald Schaefer, Ethel Ennis, and Artie Donovan [SC]

    HIGH STAKES POKER-AJ Benza & Gabe Kaplan:

  • Three consecutive episodes from 2006 [all OC]
  • Four general 2006 episodes [all OC]

    HIP-HOP SQUARES
    Peter Rosenberg:
    Six episodes from 2012:

  • The premiere episode; guests are Fat Joe, Kat Graham, DJ Khaled, Tech N9ne, Ghostface Killah, Childish Gambino, Donnell Rawlings, MGK, and Mac Miller (center square; part of end credits cut off) [OC]
  • Guests are Fat Joe, Angie Martinez, DJ Khaled, Owen Smith, Biz Markie, Deray Davis, Donnell Rawlings, Nick Cannon, and DJ Ms. Nix (center square) [RPT]
  • Guests are Fat Joe, Amber Rose, DJ Khaled, Chiddy Bang, Lamarr Woodley, Vinny Guadagnino, Biz Markie, Damien Lemon, and Method Man (center square) [RPT]
  • Guests are Fat Joe, Angie Martinez, DJ Khaled, Sway Calloway, Ghostface Killah, Deray Davis, Jessica White, Lil Duval, and Nick Cannon (center square) [RPT]
  • The 2nd season premiere; guests are Fat Joe, Draya Michele, DJ Khaled, Andrew Schulz, Dev, Rachel Feinstein, Biz Markie, Lil Duval, and Common (center square) [RPT]
  • Guests are Fat Joe, Miss Info, DJ Khaled, Maino, Bam Margera, ?uestlove, Ghostface Killah, Donnell Rawlings, and JB Smoove (center square) [RPT]
    DeRay Davis:
  • The 2017 premiere episode w/Don Benjamin vs. Tyson Beckford; guests are D.C. Young Fly, Faizon Love, Kelis, Eva Marcille, Keri Hilson, Michael Blackson, Tiffany Haddish, Tip, and Bobby Brown (center square) [RPT]
  • The 2nd episode w/Ray J vs. Princess; guests are Cardi B, Utkarsh Ambudkar, Adrienne Bailon, Affion Crockett, James Davis, Deon Cole, Amber Rose, Tip, and Ice Cube (center square) [RPT]
  • Jessica Dime vs. Jackie Christie from 2017; guests are D.C. Young Fly, Sevyn Streeter, Tisha Campbell-Martin, Vanessa Simmons, Jessimae Peluso, Michael Blackson, T-Pain, Tip, and O'Shea Jackson Jr. (center square) [RPT]
  • Kid 'N Play vs. Naughty by Nature from 2017; guests are Vivica Fox, Nelly, Michael Blackson, Eva Marcille, Karrueche, Lil Duval, Remy Ma, and Fat Joe (center square) [RPT]

    HISPANIC COLLEGE QUIZ (local Chicago show)-Zoraida Sambolin: The championship episode from 2009 [OC]

    HISTORY IQ-Marc Summers:

  • The 2000 premiere episode [OC/511.1]
  • Four general 2000 episodes [2 OC/511.8; 532.2, 2 RPT/567.2; 578.1]
  • The 2nd season premiere from 2001 (from "Teacher Week"); I was in the audience! [OC/586.1]
  • A 2001 episode from "Online Players Week" (veteran GS champ Leszek Pawlowicz is a contestant) [OC/592.4]
  • Leszek's semi-finals appearance from 2001 [OC/610.5]
  • The $250,000 finals episode (and last show of the series) from 2001 [OC/610.6]

    HIT MAN-Peter Tomarken: Twelve episodes from 1983:

  • The premiere episode; topics are "The Wizard of Oz" and Jeans [OB]
  • Topics are TV Commercials and William Randolph Hearst [OB/44.12]
  • Topics are Abbott & Costello and the Washington, D.C. Social Scene [OB/199.7]
  • Topics are "American Bandstand" and General Custer [OC/146.1]
  • Topics are P.T. Barnum and Words [OC/146.2]
  • Topics are Bette Davis and Famous Clowns [OC/528.9]
  • Topics are Marlon Brando and Presidents [OC/146.3]
  • Topics are W.C. Fields and Stamps [OC/784.1]
  • Topics are "Casablanca" and Henry VIII [OC/784.4]
  • Topics are Stardom and Winston Churchill [OC/784.2]
  • Topics are Jean Harlow and Prophets (missing final segment) [OC/784.3]
  • The last episode; topics are Gene Kelly and Vice-Presidents (ends w/a classic "contestant plug", and future GS announcer Randy West is a contestant!) [OC/411.8]

    HOLD EVERYTHING!-Pat Bullard: One episode from 1990; guests are Frank Bonner, Annie Bloom, and Hal Williams [GSN/102.3]

    HOLD THAT NOTE-Bert Parks: One episode from 1957 [OC]

    HOLE IN THE WALL-Mark Thompson & Brooke Burns: The 2008 premiere episode [OC]

    THE HOLLYWOOD CONNECTION-Jim Lange: Six episodes from 1977 [all GSN]:

  • The premiere episode; guests are Jaye P. Morgan, Buddy Hackett, Marcia Wallace, Jan Murray, Pat Carroll, and Anson Williams [180.10]
  • Guests are Elaine Joyce, Buddy Hackett, Jaye P. Morgan, Jan Murray, Pat Carroll, and Nipsey Russell [205.5]
  • Guests are Jan Murray, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Nipsey Russell, Marcia Wallace, Buddy Hackett, and Michele Lee [205.6]
  • Guests are Robert Reed, Pat Carroll, Nipsey Russell, JoAnn Pflug, Jack Carter, and Jaye P. Morgan [205.7]
  • Guests are Meredith MacRae, Milton Berle, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Abe Vigoda, Pat Carroll, and Nipsey Russell [288.3]
  • Guests are Jaye P. Morgan, Jan Murray, Barbara Rhoades, Dick Smothers, Pat Carroll, and Tommy Lasorda [345.9]

    THE HOLLYWOOD GAME-Bob Goen:

  • The 1991 pilot, hosted by Peter Allen (has video problems for 1 min. during 3rd segment) [SM/138.6]
  • All 4 episodes of the series from 1992 [all OC/429.1-4]

    HOLLYWOOD GAME NIGHT-Jane Lynch:

  • The 2013 premiere episode; guests are Martin Short, Lisa Kudrow, Allison Hannigan, Kristen Bell, Matthew Perry, and Daniel Dae Kim [OC]
  • 2013; guests are Amy Poehler, Fred Armisen, Dax Shephard, Sean Hayes, Maya Rudolph, and Jason Sudekis [OC]
  • 2013; guests are Jason Alexander, Al Roker, Josh Gad, Nick Cannon, Wil Sasso, and Niecy Nash [RPT]
  • 2013; guests are Molly Shannon, Wilmer Valderrama, Felicity Huffman, Kristin Chenowith, Dominic Monaghan, and Aubrey Plaza [OC]
  • Christmas 2013 episode; guests are Gavin DeGraw, Brooklyn Decker, Ray Romano, Cheryl Hines, Andy Roddick, and Rachel Bilson [OC]
  • The 2nd season premiere from 2014; guests are Jason Alexander, Lester Holt, Martin Short, Julie Bowen, Beth Behrs, and Valerie Bertinelli [OC]
  • 2014; guests are Padma Lakshimi, Michelle Trachtenberg, Michael Weatherly, Nate Berkus, Erika Christensen, and Mel B. [OC]
  • 2014; guests are Taryn Manning, Donald Faison, Kaley Cuoco, Rosie O'Donnell, Chris Colfer, and Penny Marshall [OC]
  • 2014; guests are Anthony Anderson, Tiffani Theissen, Gary "Bababooey" Dell'Abate, Yvette Nicole Brown, Pete Wentz, and Adam Scott [OC]
  • 2014; guests are Lauren Cohan, Tara Lipisnki, *Wayne Brady*, Jaime Pressly, Zachary Levi, and Rachael Ray [OC]
  • 2014; guests are Joe Manganiello, Gillian Jacobs, Jerome Bettis, Rita Wilson, Michael Weatherly, and Lauren Graham [OC]
  • 2014; guests are Darren Criss, Jenna Fischer, Mario Lopez, Natasha Lyonne, Jason Biggs, and Laura Prepon (part of end credits cut off) [OC]
  • 2014; guests are Scott Wolf, Matthew Morrison, Martha Stewart, Mena Suvari, Margaret Cho, and Curtis Stone [OC]
  • The 3rd season premiere from 2015; guests are John Legend, Giada De Laurentiis, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Chrissy Teigen, Zachary Quinto, and Jane Krakowski [OC]
  • 2015; guests are Kevin O'Leary, Constance Zimmer, Weird Al Yankovic, Rocco DiSpirito, Nate Berkus, and Rosie O'Donnell [OC]
  • 2015; guests are David Walton, Kate Flannery, Scott Wolf, Mena Suvari, David Giuntoli, and Mary Lynn Rajskub [OC]
  • 2015; guests are Michelle Trachtenberg, Jeff Dye, Jenna Elfman, Joe Jonas, Cheryl Burke, and Seth Green [OC]
  • The 4th season premiere from 2016; guests are Justin Long, Helen Hunt, Tony Hale, Kevin Smith, Alyson Hannigan, and Dave Foley [OC]
  • 2016; guests are Ryan Eggold, Lea Thompson, Dana Delany, Kym Whitley, Joe Mantegna, and Cheryl Burke [OC]
  • 2016; guests are Tyler Hubbard, Ciara, Ta'Rhonda Jones, Brian Kelley, Estelle, and Hunter Hayes [OC]
  • 2016; guests are Chris Jericho, Peter Facinelli, Bree Turner, Jason Biggs, Melissa Etheridge, and Tyson Beckford [OC]
  • "Ladies' Night" from 2016; guests are Natalie Morales, Raven-Symone, Julia Stiles, Meredith Vieira, Hannah Davis, and Bellamy Young [OB]

    HOLLYWOOD SHOWDOWN-Todd Newton:

  • The 2000 premiere episode [OC/427.6]
  • A 2000 episode w/a $17,540 Box Office win [OC/432.2]
  • A 2000 episode w/a $16,770 Box Office win [OC/444.3]
  • A 2000 episode w/TWO Box Office wins! [GSN]
  • A 2000 episode from "Blockbuster Week" (w/a record $33,260 Box Office win!) [GSN/459.11]
  • A 2000 episode w/an $11,070 Box Office win [GSN]
  • A 2000 episode w/a $24,640 Box Office win [OC/467.2]
  • The 2nd season premiere from 2001 [OB/600.4]
  • A 2001 episode w/a $22,020 Box Office win [OB/825.8]
  • A 2001 episode from "Out-of-Towners Week" (w/an $11,780 Box Office win) [GSN/1058.2]
  • A 2001 episode from "Armed Forces Week" (w/a $15,380 Box Office win) [SM/622.2]
  • A 2001 episode from "Full Monty Week" (everyone strips at the end!!) [OC/600.2]
  • A 2001 episode w/a $21,060 Box Office win [OB/825.9]
  • All of a special "Tournament of Champions" week from 2001 [OB/825.10-14]

    THE HOLLYWOOD SQUARES: See separate page for episode listings.

    HOLLYWOOD'S TALKING-Geoff Edwards: The 1973 premiere episode [SM/235.7]

    HOME RUN DERBY-Mark Scott: Three episodes from 1960 [all RPT]:

  • Jackie Jensen vs. Mickey Mantle [461.5]
  • Dick Stuart vs. Frank Robinson (end credits missing) [576.1]
  • Hank Aaron vs. Eddie Matthews [487.1]

    THE HOME SHOPPING GAME-Bob Goen: Four episodes from 1987:

  • The premiere episode [OB/564.1]
  • Three general episodes [2 OC/385.2, 1 OB/763.4]

    HOMETOWN HIGH-Q (Pittsburgh HS quiz)-Ken Rice:

  • The 1st season championship episode from 2000 [OC/729.4]
  • The 2nd season championship episode from 2001 [OC/729.5]
  • The 3rd season championship episode from 2002 [OC/729.6]
  • Aquinas Academy/Ft. Cherry/Clairton from 2003 [OC]
  • A playoff episode from 2003 w/John A. Brashear/N. Catholic/N. Allegheny [OC]
  • Central Catholic/Shaler Area/Butler from 2004 (fellow trader Chris Wannagat is a contestant!) [OC/948.4]
  • A playoff episode from 2004 (see above!) [OC/948.4]
  • Shaler Area/Fox Chapel/North Alleghany from 2005 (same story!) [OC]
  • Aliquippa/Clairton/S. Allegheny from 2006 [OC/1051.1]
  • Belle Vernon/Northgate/S. Fayette from 2006 [OC/1051.2]
  • Chartiers Valley/Greensburg-Salem/Upper St. Clair from 2006 [OC/1051.3]
  • Moon Area/Our Lady of Sacred Heart/Woodland Hills from 2006 [OC/1051.4]
  • Brownsville/Plum/Sewickley Academy from 2006 [OC/1051.5]
  • Beaver/New Brighton/Thomas Jefferson from 2006 [OC/1051.7]
  • Canon-McMillan/Fox Chapel/Lincoln from 2006 [OC/1051.8]
  • Bishop Canevin/Freeport/Mohawk from 2006 [OC/1051.10]
  • Greensburg Central Catholic/Laurel Highlands/Schenley from 2006 [OC/1051.11]
  • Ellis School/Greenville/Penns Manor from 2006 [OC/1051.13]
  • Charleroi/Bethel Park/Butler from 2006 [OC]
  • Franklin Regional/Penn Hills/Keystone Oaks from 2006 [OC]
  • University/South Park/Elizabeth-Forward from 2007 [OC]
  • The 2007 championship episode [OC]
  • Shady Side Academy/Baldwin/Springdale from 2008 [OC]
  • The 2008 championship episode [OC]

    THE HONEYMOON RACE-Bill Malone: One episode from 1967 [KIN]

    HOOSIER KNOW-IT-ALLS (local Indiana show)-Kevin Gregory & Gia Burns:

  • The 1996 premiere episode [OC/385.1]
  • A 1997 episode w/Indiana's own Chri$ Lambert! asking a question [OC/385.4]

    (CELEBRITY) HOT POTATO-Bill Cullen: Thirty-six episodes from 1984:

  • The premiere episode w/Moms-To-Be vs. Teachers [OC/483.1, also GSN/44.11]
  • Waitresses play the bonus round (for $20,000!) [GSN/320.11]
  • Grocery Checkers vs. Softball Managers (this is the first episode w/the 7-Straight Jackpot) [GSN/857.7]
  • Three consecutive episodes w/Computer Salesmen [all GSN/341.1, 155.1, 345.10]
  • All of a special celebrity tournament week w/Miss Americas vs. All-American Sportsmen [all GSN/206.1-5]
  • Dentists vs. Air Traffic Controllers [OC/913.5]
  • Three consecutive episodes w/Little League Coaches (episode 1 missing first 2 min. or so) [all OC/913.6-8]
  • Private Eyes vs. Paralegals [OC/913.9, missing end credits, also GSN/206.6, complete]
  • Bartenders vs. Bee Keepers [GSN/179.4]
  • Accountants vs. Pro Surfers [GSN/219.3]
  • Accountants vs. Circus Performers (the Accountants become the all-time top winners!) [GSN/554.4]
  • Mailroom Clerks vs. Process Servers (Includes a question about GS hosts!) [GSN/320.12]
  • Monks vs. Probation Officers [GSN/501.3]
  • Coast Guard Rescue Team vs. Interior Designers (Includes an $8,500 7-Straight Jackpot win!) [GSN/505.8]
  • The last civilian episode w/Reporters vs. Auctioneers [GSN/505.9]
  • The first "Celebrity" episode; guests are Emma Samms, Phyllis Diller, Rene Enriquez, and Billy Hufsey [GSN/500.3]
  • Guests are Arte Johnson, Kristian Alfonso, Ron Masak, and Beverly Garland [OC/155.2]
  • All of a special "Teen Week" w/Kim Fields, Missy Gold, and Dana Hill vs. Philip McKeon, Peter Billingsley, and Matthew Laborteaux [all GSN/607.9-13]
  • Guests are JM J. Bullock, Martha Smith, Brian Mitchell, and Mindy Cohn [CBN/155.3]
  • A "Funny Men vs. Funny Ladies" episode w/Elaine Joyce, Doris Roberts, and JoAnne Worley vs. Milton Berle, Tom Dreesen, and James Coco [OC]
  • Guests are Jamie Farr, Brad Garrett, Dorothy Lyman, and Michael Winslow [GSN/559.11]
  • Guests are Brad Garrett, Marcia Wallace, Nipsey Russell, and Christopher Durham (Includes a question about game shows!) [GSN/596.11]
  • The last episode; guests are Arte Johnson, Anson Williams, Jan Murray, and Lanie Kazan [OC/155.4, also GSN/693.4, w/better video quality]

    HOT SEAT-Jim Peck: One episode from 1976 [OC/411.5]

    HOW MUCH IS ENOUGH?-Corbin Bernsen: The 2008 premiere episode [SM]

    HOW'S YOUR MOTHER-IN-LAW?-Wink Martindale: One episode from 1967; guests are Nipsey Russell, Richard Dawson, and Milt Kamen [KIN]

    HURL!-Tom Crehan & Dale Roy Robinson: The 2008 premiere episode [OC]

    I CAN'T BELIEVE YOU SAID THAT!-John Salley: Three episodes from 1998 [all OC]:

  • The premiere episode [290.7]
  • Two general episodes [297.9-10]

    I'LL BET-Jack Narz: Two episodes from 1965:

  • Beverly Garland & Phil Crank vs. Richard & Mara Long [KIN/691.3]
  • Denise Darcel & Bob Atkinson vs. Robert & Nancy Culp [OC]

    I'M A CELEBRITY, GET ME OUT OF HERE!
    John Lehr:

  • All 15 episodes of the series from 2003 w/Maria Conchita Alonso, Tyson Beckford, "Downtown" Julie Brown, Bruce Jenner, Cris Judd, Robin Leach, Stuttering John Melendez, Melissa Rivers, Alana Stewart, and *Nikki Schieler-Ziering* (epsiodes 5, 12, and 15 are 2 hrs, but episode 5 is missing first 45 min.) [all OC/789.1-5, 793.1-5 796.1-5]
    Myleene Klass & Damien Fahey:
  • All 14 episodes of the series from 2009 w/Lou Diamond Phillips, Spencer Pratt, Heidi Montag, Janice Dickinson, John Salley, Torrie Wilson, Sanjaya Malakar, Angela V. Shelton, Frances Callier, Stephen Baldwin, Patti Blagojevich, Daniel Baldwin, and Holly Montag (episodes 5, 6, 8, and 12 are 2 hrs, but all except 12 are missing 2nd half, episode 9 missing first 20 min.) [all OC]

    I'M TELLING!-Laurie Faso:

  • The 1987 premiere episode [FAM/674.7]
  • "Twins Day" from 1987 (w/a then-unknown Vonni [Giovanni] Ribisi as a contestant) [FAM/892.6]
  • "Sisters' Day" from 1987 [FAM]
  • A celebrity episode from 1987 w/Shannen & Sean Doherty, Mackenzie & Sean Astin, and Heidi & Chuck Zeigler [OC]
  • A 1987 episode where the selector gets stuck! [FAM]
  • Christmas 1987 episode [FAM/674.10]
  • A 1988 episode w/a perfect score [FAM]
  • Then-unknown Paul Walker's appearance from 1988 [FAM]
  • A celebrity episode from 1988 w/Chad & Charity Allen, Benji & Becky Gregory, and Ami & Shawn Foster [FAM/674.8]
  • "Sisters' Day" from 1988 [FAM/674.9]

    I'VE GOT A SECRET
    Garry Moore:

  • The 5th episode from 1952; panel is Bill Cullen (BC), Jayne Meadows (JM), Melville Cooper, and Laura Z. Hobson [GSN]
  • 1952; panel is Eddie Bracken, JM, Melville Cooper, and Nina Foch [GSN]
  • 1952; panel is BC, JM, Eddie Bracken, and Kitty Carlisle [GSN]
  • 1952; panel is BC, JM, Henry Morgan (HM; his 1st appearance!) and Kitty Carlisle [GSN]
  • Christmas 1952 episode; panel is BC, JM, Kitty Carlisle, and HM [GSN/354.1]
  • 1953; panel is BC, JM, HM, and Faye Emerson (FE) [GSN]
  • 1953; panel is BC, JM, HM, and Laraine Day [GSN]
  • 1953; panel is BC, JM, HM, and Dorothy Hart [GSN]
  • 1953; panel is BC, JM, HM, and Joan Bennett [GSN]
  • Christmas 1953 episode; panel is BC, JM, Paul Hartman, and Joan Bennett [GSN]
  • 1954; panel is BC, JM, HM, and Joan Bennett [GSN]
  • 1954; panel is BC, JM, HM, and FE [GSN]
  • Christmas 1954 episode; panel is BC, JM, HM, and FE [GSN/414.10]
  • 1955; panel is BC, JM, HM, and FE [GSN]
  • 1955; panel is BC, JM, HM, and Josephine Hull [GSN]
  • A speial "Armed Forces" episode from 1955 w/Ralph Bellamy guest-hosting; panel is BC, JM, HM, and FE [GSN]
  • 1955; panel is BC, JM, HM, and FE [GSN]
  • A 1955 episode w/Don McNeill guest-hosting; panel is BC, Audrey Meadows, HM, and FE [OC]
  • Two consecutive episodes from 1955; panel is BC, JM, HM, and Kitty Carlisle [both GSN]
  • 1955; panel is BC, JM, HM, and Betsy Palmer (BP; Ronald Reagan is the special guest in a classic segment!) [GSN]
  • Christmas 1955 episode; panel is BC, JM, HM, and FE [GSN/414.11]
  • 1956; panel is Lucille Ball, BC, JM, and HM [OC, also GSN]
  • 1956; panel is BC, Ann Cullen, HM, and JM (the first contestant is randomly pulled off the street by Garry!) [GSN]
  • 1956; panel is BC, JM, HM, and Betty Furness [GSN]
  • A 1956 episode w/Don McNeill guest-hosting; panel is BC, JM, Arnold Stang, and FE [OC]
  • Easter 1956 episode; panel is BC, JM, HM, and FE (all secrets involve animals) [OC]
  • The 4th anniversary episode from 1956; panel is (w/lots of classic clips); panel is BC, JM, HM, and FE [GSN]
  • A 1956 episode w/Don McNeill guest-hosting; panel is FE, BC, Edie Adams, and Ernie Kovacs [GSN]
  • 1956; panel is BC, JM, HM, and Ann Sheridan [GSN]
  • Halloween 1956 episode; panel is BC, JM, HM, and FE (who gets censored; *Bud Collyer* is the special guest!) [GSN]
  • 1956; panel is BC, JM, HM, and Polly Bergen (Special guest Art Linkletter's secret involves Bill!) [GSN]
  • Christmas 1956 episode (only Garry, Bill, and Henry appear) [GSN]
  • 1956; panel is BC, JM, HM, and Denise Lor (Faye Emerson is the special guest, and takes over hosting at one point!) [GSN]
  • 1957; panel is BC, JM, HM, and BP (Garry's birthday is acknowledged!) [GSN]
  • A 1957 episode from Florida; panel is Durward Kirby, HM, FE, and JM [GSN]
  • The 5th anniversary episode from 1957 (w/staff members as contestants); panel is BC, JM, HM, and FE [GSN]
  • 1957; panel is BC, JM, HM, and BP (TV inventor Philo Farnsworth is a contestant in game 2!) [OC]
  • A special "summer" episode from 1957 w/Bill Cullen guest-hosting; panel is FE, Carl Reiner, JM, and Jim Backus [GSN]
  • A 1957 episode w/Henry Morgan guest-hosting; panel is BC, JM, Carl Reiner, and FE [GSN]
  • A 1957 episode w/Hal March guest-hosting; panel is BC, JM, HM, and FE [GSN]
  • The 1957-58 season premiere; panel is BC, JM, HM, and FE (*Hal March* is the special guest!) [GSN]
  • "A Salute to Motion Pictures" from 1957; panel is BC, JM, HM, and FE (Bill does the unexpected in game 1!) [GSN]
  • 1957; panel is BC, Audrey Meadows, HM, and FE [GSN]
  • 1957; panel is BC, Arlene Dahl, HM, and FE [GSN]
  • Christmas 1957 episode; panel is BC, JM, HM, and FE (all secrets involve staff members and their families) [GSN]
  • 1958; panel is BC, JM, HM, and FE [GSN]
  • 1958; panel is BC, Joan Bennett, Carl Reiner, and BP [GSN]
  • 1958; panel is Bob Sweeney, JM, HM, and BP [GSN]
  • A special "teenage" episode from 1958; panel is BC, JM, *Dick Clark*, and BP [GSN]
  • "A Salute to Marriage" from 1958; panel is BC, JM, HM, and BP (*Jack Narz* is the special guest!) [GSN]
  • A 1958 episode w/Henry Morgan guest-hosting; panel is BC, JM, Jan Murray, and BP (Special guest Tony Curtis's segment is so dull that it got producer Allan Sherman fired!) [GSN]
  • The 6th anniversary episode from 1958 (w/all former contestants); panel is BC, JM, HM, and BP [GSN]
  • 1958; panel is BC, Betty White, HM, and BP [GSN]
  • A special "adult western" episode from 1958; panel is BC, JM, HM, and BP [GSN/349.11]
  • 1958; panel is BC, Mary Healy, HM, and FE [GSN]
  • 1959; panel is BC, Eydie Gorme, HM, and Bess Myerson (BM; special guest Andy Griffith never gets to present his secret!) [GSN]
  • 1959; panel is Johnny Carson, BP, HM, and BM [GSN]
  • 1959; panel is BC, Esther Williams, HM, and BM [GSN]
  • 1959; panel is BC, BM, HM, and BP [OC]
  • 1959; panel is BC, BP, HM, and BM (a cow relieves itself onstage!!) [GSN]
  • 1959; panel is BC, BP, HM, and BM [OC]
  • Christmas 1959 episode; panel is BC, BP, HM, and BM [GSN/354.2]
  • A 1960 episode w/Betsy Palmer guest-hosting; panel is BC, Carol Burnett, Durward Kirby, and BM [GSN]
  • 1960; panel is BC, BP, HM, and BM [OC]
  • 1960; panel is BC, Florence Henderson, HM, and BP [OC]
  • 1960; panel is BC, BP, HM, and BM (Includes appearances by Ann Cullen and producer Chester Feldman!) [GSN]
  • 1960; panel is Durward Kirby, BP, HM, and BM [GSN]
  • 1960; panel is BC, BP, HM, and BM [GSN]
  • The 400th episode from 1960; panel is BC, BP, HM, and BM [GSN]
  • 1960; panel is Durward Kirby, BP, HM, and BM [GSN]
  • 1960; panel is BC, BP, Johnny Carson, and BM [GSN]
  • Christmas 1960 episode; panel is BC, Carol Burnett, HM, and BM [GSN/547.12]
  • 1961; panel is Steve Allen, BP, HM, and BM [GSN]
  • 1961; panel is Johnny Carson, BP, HM, and BM [GSN]
  • 1961; panel is BC, BP, HM, and BM [OC]
  • 1961; panel is HM, BP, BM, and BC [GSN]
  • 1961; panel is BC, Carol Burnett, HM, and BM [GSN]
  • 1961; panel is BC, FE, HM, and BM [GSN]
  • A 1961 episode w/Betsy Palmer guest-hosting; panel is BC, Denise Lor, HM, and BM [GSN/348.10]
  • A 1961 episode w/Henry Morgan guest-hosting; panel is BC, BP, Alan King, and BM [GSN]
  • 1961; panel is BC, BP, HM, and BM (Special guest Vivian Vance plays a mock game of "Password" with the panel!) [GSN/348.9]
  • 1962; panel is BC, BP, HM, and BM [GSN]
  • 1962; panel is BC, BP, Barry Nelson, and BM [GSN]
  • 1962; panel is BC, BP, HM, and BM [GSN]
  • 1962; panel is BC, BP, *Merv Griffin*, and BM [GSN]
  • A 1962 episode w/Henry Morgan guest-hosting; panel is BC, BP, Buddy Hackett, and BM [GSN/349.9]
  • The 10th anniversary episode from 1962; panel is BC, BP, HM, and BM [GSN]
  • The 1962-63 season premiere; panel is BC, BP, HM, and BM (no special guest; instead, Garry introduces a montage of promo outtakes!) [GSN]
  • Christmas 1962 episode; panel is BM, BC, BP, and HM [GSN/354.4]
  • New Year's Eve 1962 episode; panel is BC, BP, HM, and Margo Larenc (an audience member!) [GSN]
  • 1963; panel is Joan Benny, BP, HM, and BM [GSN]
  • 1963; panel is Anthony Perkins, BP, HM, and FE [GSN]
  • A 1963 episode w/Henry Morgan guest-hosting; panel is Dorothy Loudon, BP, Gretchen Wyler, and FE [GSN]
  • 1963; panel is JM, BP, HM, and George Gobel [GSN]
  • 1963; panel is Morey Amsterdam, BP, HM, and Rosemary Clooney [GSN]
  • 1963; panel is BP, Alan King, JM, and HM [GSN]
  • 1963; panel is BC, BP, HM, and BM (Garry accidentally gives away half of special guest Hugh O'Brian's secret!) [GSN]
  • 1963; panel is BC, BP, HM, and Lauren Bacall [GSN]
  • 1963; panel is BC, Joan Fontaine, HM, and BM (Special guest Peggy Cass plays a mock game of "TTTT" w/the panel!) [GSN]
  • 1963; panel is BC, BP, Alan King, and BM [GSN]
  • 1963; panel is BC, BP, HM, and BM [GSN]
  • 1963; panel is BC, BP, HM, and BM (*Groucho Marx* is the special guest!) [GSN]
  • Christmas 1963 episode; panel is BC, BP, HM, and BM [GSN/354.5]
  • 1964; panel is BC, Rosemary Clooney, HM, and BM [GSN]
  • 1964; panel is BC, BP, HM, and BM [GSN]
  • 1964; panel is Allan Sherman, BP, HM, and BM [GSN]
  • 1964; panel is HM, BP, Woody Allen, and BM [GSN]
  • The 12th anniversary episode from 1964; panel is BC, BP, HM, and BM [OC]
    Steve Allen
    CBS, 1964-67:
  • His first episode from 1964; panel is BP, BC, BM, and HM [GSN]
  • Christmas 1964 episode; panel is BP, BC, HM, and BM [GSN/354.6]
  • 1965; panel is BP, BC, HM, and BM [KIN]
  • The "TTTT" crossover episode from 1965; panel is Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean, and Kitty Carlisle (the regular panelists show up for the commercials!) [KIN]
  • 1965; panel is HM, Lorraine Bloy (an audience member!), Buddy Hackett, and BP [GSN]
  • 1965; panel is HM, JM, Gary Morton, and BC [GSN]
  • 1965; panel is BP, BC, JM, and HM [GSN]
  • 1965; panel is BM, BC, Carol Channing, and HM [GSN]
  • A 1965 episode w/Henry Morgan guest-hosting; panel is BP, BC, BM, and Buddy Hackett [KIN]
  • Christmas 1965 episode; panel is BP, BC, BM, and HM [GSN/354.7]
  • 1966; panel is BP, BC, BM, and HM [GSN]
  • 1966; panel is BP, BC, BM, and HM [KIN]
  • 1966; panel is BP, Arthur Godfrey, BM, and Phyllis Diller (*John Daly* is the special guest!) [GSN]
  • 1966; panel is BP, BC, JM, and HM [GSN]
  • 1966; panel is BP, BC, Lee Remick, and HM [GSN]
  • 1966; panel is BP, BC, BM, and HM [KIN]
  • 1966; panel is BP, BC, BM, and HM (Garry Moore returns as the special guest!) [GSN]
  • 1966; panel is BP, BC, BM, and HM [KIN]
  • 1966; panel is BP, BC, BM, and HM [GSN]
  • 1966; panel is BP, BC, BM, and HM (*Bud Collyer* is the special guest!) [GSN]
  • Christmas 1966 episode; panel is BP, BC, BM, and HM [OC, also GSN/354.8]
  • 1967; panel is BP, BC, BM, and HM (*John Daly* is the special guest, again!) [GSN]
  • 1967; panel is BP, BC, BM, and HM (Future "Sesame Street" star Bob McGrath is a contestant in game 2!) [GSN]
  • 1967; panel is BP, BC, BM, and HM [KIN]
  • The last episode from 1967; panel is BC, BP, BM, and HM [KIN, also GSN/418.10]
    SYNDICATED, 1972-73:
  • The 1972 premiere episode; panel is Pat Carroll (PC), HM, Meredith MacRae, and Richard Dawson (RD) [GSN/369.8]
  • 1972; panel is JM, Bill Bixby, Brenda Benet, and Jack Cassidy (*Monty Hall* is the special guest!) [GSN/229.8]
  • 1972; panel is Anita Gillette, Gene Rayburn, Stephanie Edwards, and RD [GSN/314.2]
  • 1972; panel is Anita Gillette, Gene Rayburn, JoAnne Worley, and RD [GSN/313.10]
  • 1972; panel is PC, Alan Alda, Betty White, and RD [SM, also GSN/314.3]
  • 1972; panel is PC, Arte Johnson, Nanette Fabray, and RD [GSN/313.5]
  • 1972; panel is PC, Arte Johnson, Anita Gillette, and RD (*Bob Barker* is the special guest!) [GSN/135.16]
  • 1972; panel is PC, Gene Rayburn, Nanette Fabray, and RD [GSN/231.9]
  • 1972; panel is PC, HM, Nanette Fabray, and RD [GSN/313.4]
  • 1972; panel is PC, Bert Convy, Anita Gillette, and RD [GSN/314.5]
  • 1972; panel is PC, HM, June Lockhart, and RD (*Janice Pennington and Anitra Ford* assist special guest Jack Klugman during his segment!) [GSN/365.1]
  • Another 1972 episode w/same panel as above [GSN/348.8]
  • 1972; panel is PC, HM, Anita Gillette, and RD (*Allen Ludden* is the special guest!) [GSN/284.4]
  • Another 1972 episode w/same panel as above [GSN/365.5]
  • 1973; panel is Betty White, HM, Anita Gillette, and RD [GSN/356.3]
  • 1973; panel is Anita Gillette, Bert Convy, JM, and RD [GSN/314.9]
  • 1973; panel is PC, Gene Rayburn, Anita Gillette, and RD [GSN/D70.2]
  • 1973; panel is JM, HM, Anita Gillette, and RD [GSN/370.1]
  • The last episode from 1973; panel is HM, PC, Anita Gillette, and RD [GSN/370.2]
    Bill Cullen:
  • The 1975 pilot; panel is Elaine Joyce, RD, Pat Collins, and HM [SM/747.9]
    Stephanie Miller:
  • The 2000 premiere episode; panel is Amy Yasbeck (AY), Christopher Reid, Hal Sparks, and Teri Garr (TG) [OC/187.4]
  • 2000; panel is AY, Jason Kravits, Chris Hogan, and TG [OC/442.3]
  • 2000; panel is AY, Jason Kravits, Jim J. Bullock, and TG [OC/476.3]
  • 2000; panel is AY, Jason Kravits, Katie Puckrick, and TG [OC/476.4]
  • Two episodes from 2001; panel is AY, Jason Kravits, Jim J. Bullock, and TG [both RPT/717.9, 727.4]
    Bill Dwyer: Four episodes from 2006:
  • The premiere episode [OC, also SM]
  • Two general episodes [1 OC, 1 RPT]
  • An episode w/Tom Green as a celebrity guest [RPT]

    I'VE HEARD THAT SONG! (TN musical quiz)-Steve Beverly: One episode from 1996 [OB/1038.8]

    IDENTITY-Penn Jillette
    Dec. 2006:

  • All 5 episodes of the series [all OC, also have SM of premiere]
    Spring 2007:
  • An episode w/a $500,000 win! [OC]

    IDIOT SAVANTS-Greg Fitzsimmons:

  • The 1996 premiere episode (low audio) [OB/D117.1]
  • Two general 1997 episodes [1 OC/D110.6, 1 OB/730.11]
  • A special 1997 Spring Break episode from Panama Beach [OB/768.3]

    IDIOTEST-Ben Gleib:

  • The first four episodes from 2014 [all RPT]
  • An Election Day political special from 2014 [OB]
  • A special "Kidiotest" episode (w/kids playing) from 2015 [OC]
  • A general 2015 episode [OC]
  • A 2016 episode w/siblings playing [OB]
  • A special "teachers vs. students" episode from 2016 [OB]
  • Halloween 2016 episode [OB]
  • The 5th season premiere from 2017; it's a celebrity episode w/Amir K & Jo Koy vs. Zainab Johnson & Sydney Castillo [OB]
  • A special "Kidiotest" episode (w/young siblings playing) from 2017 [OB]
  • A special 2017 episode w/Ben's ex-girlfriends playing [OB]
  • A "Brains vs. Brawn" episode from 2017 [OB]

    IN THE KNOW (Columbus HS quiz)-Bill Schiffman: The finals episode from 2003 [OB/823.7]

    INFATUATION-Bob Eubanks: Two episodes from 1992 [both OC/216.2]

    INFORMATION, PLEASE-Clifton Fadiman: A 10-minute excerpt of a filmed radio show from 1940 (released as a theatrical short); guest is Alice Marple [SM/309.5]

    INQUIZITION-"The Inquizitor":

  • The 1998 premiere episode [OC/304.2]
  • Two general 1998 episodes [both OC/403.2, 403.11]
  • Former "J!" champ Kim Worth's appearance from 1998 [OC/703.7]
  • The 2nd season premiere from 1999 (now w/the grand prize doubled to $500) [OC/440.7]
  • Two general 1999 episodes [1 OC/1052.12, 1 SM/459.10]
  • A 1999 episode w/Brad Francini as a home player! [OC/483.4]
  • The 3rd season premiere from 2000 [OC/600.3]
  • A general 2000 episode [OB/554.7]

    INSIDE THE BOX-Sam Kalilieh:

  • The 2006 premiere episode [RPT]
  • Three general 2006 episodes [all RPT]
  • A 2006 episode from "TV Authorities Week" [RPT]
  • Two general 2007 episodes [both RPT]

    INSPIRATION, PLEASE!-Robert G. Lee: Three finals episodes from 1996 [all RPT/538.5, 538.7-8]

    INSTANT RECALL-Wink Martindale & Angela Daun: The 2010 premiere episode [OC]

    IT COULD BE YOU-Bill Leyden:

  • One episode from 1957 (w/an appearance by Buster Keaton!) [KIN/553.1]
  • One episode from 1958 [KIN]

    IT PAYS TO BE IGNORANT-Tom Howard: One episode from 1951 [OC]

    IT TAKES A CHURCH-Natalie Grant: The 2014 premiere episode [RPT]

    IT TAKES TWO
    Vin Scully:

  • 1969; guests are Suzanne Pleshette & Tom Gallagher, Charles Nelson Reilly & Karen Morrow, and Joe & Jill Campanella (everyone arrives late, in their nightclothes!) [SM]
  • 1970; guests are Meredith & Gordon MacRae, Pat & Marge Harrington, and Gary & Barbara Crosby (an amusing going-on is heard during the 1st break!) [SM/157.2]
    Dick Clark: Ten episodes from 1997:
  • The premiere episode; guests are Vicki Lawrence and Tonya Walker [OC/D89.3]
  • The 3rd episode; guests are Darlene Conley, Christina Ferrare, and *Michael Burger* [OC/290.10]
  • Guests are John Moschitta, *Janice Pennington*, and *Rod Roddy* [OC/D89.4]
  • Guest is *Ruta Lee* [OB]
  • Guest is Casey Kasem [OB/1058.3]
  • Guests are Tia & Tamera Mowry, Beverly Garland, and J. Eddie Peck (end credits missing) [OC/D97.5]
  • Guests are Marcia Wallace and Brian Roche [OC/290.11]
  • Guest is Betty White (end credits missing) [OC/D109.4]
  • Guests are Lynn Redgrave and Louis Garcia [OC/403.4]
  • Guests are Jon "Bowzer" Bauman and *Ron Pearson* [OC/112.2]

    IT'S ACADEMIC (franchised HS quiz)
    Art James (NY):

  • The 4th episode from 1963 [SM]
    Ed Grennan (Chicago):
  • One episode from 1969 [KIN]
    Mac McGarry (Washington, D.C.):
  • Walter Johnson/Einstein/WT Woodson from 1963 [SM]
  • Churchill/Mt. Vernon/Northwestern from 1983 [OC]
  • James Madison/Springbrook/Richard Montgomery from 1989 [OC]
  • Sparrows Point/Hammond/Havre de Grace from 1990 (part of end credits cut off) [OC]
  • The championship episode from 1994 (intro/end credits missing) [OC]
  • Einstein/Paul VI/Rockville from 2001 (part of opening missing; listen for the barely-audible swearing during the tiebreaker!) [OC]
  • Paul VI/DeMartha/Einstein from 2003 (part of opening missing) [OC]
  • Bishop McNamara/Anacostia/Paul VI from 2005 [OC]
  • A playoff episode from 2005; teams are St. Albans/Holton-Arms/Paul VI [OC]
  • The 45th season premiere from 2005 [OC]
  • One episode from 2006 [OC]
  • The championship episode from 2007 [OC]
  • A special Super Bowl episode (w/former champs playing) from 2007 [OC]
  • JFK/W. Springfield/Blake from 2008 [OC]
  • Holton Arms/Potomac Falls/Watkins Mill from 2008 [OC]
  • Einstein/Georgetown Day/Bowie from 2009 [OC]
  • The Washington, D.C. finals episode from 2009 [OC]
  • The championship episode from 2009 [OC]
  • Watkins Mill/St. Stephens-St. Agnes/Havfield from 2009 [OC]
  • Dominion/Montgomery Blair/Herndon from 2010 [OC]
  • Islamic Academy/Anacostia/Osbourn Park from 2011 [OC]
  • The championship episode from 2011 [OC]
  • A special Super Bowl episode (and Mac's last show) from 2011 [OC]
    Hillary Howard (Washington, D.C.):
  • Hillary's first permanent episode from 2012 (Mac appears at the beginning to hand the show off to her!) [OC]
  • Georgetown Day/JEB Stuart/Stephen's & St. Agnes from 2012 [OC]
  • The championship episode from 2012 [OC]
  • A special Super Bowl episode from 2012 [OC]
  • The championship episode from 2013 [OC]
  • A special Super Bowl episode from 2013 [OC]
  • Paint Branch/Robert E. Lee/Montgomery Blair from 2013 (ends w/a tribute to Mac McGarry) [OC]
  • The championship episode from 2014 [OC]
  • A special Super Bowl episode from 2014 [OC]
    Kevin O'Neill (Buffalo):
  • One episode from 2008 [OB]
    David Zahren (Baltimore):
  • A semi-finals episode from 2004 [OC]

    IT'S ANYBODY'S GUESS-Monty Hall: One episode from 1977 [SM/411.4]

    IT'S NEWS TO ME
    John Daly:

  • One episode from 1952; panel is Quentin Reynolds, Martha Scott, Mel Allen, and Anna Lee [GSN]
    Walter Cronkite:
  • One episode from 1954; panel is John Henry Faulk, Nina Foch, Quentin Reynolds, and Anna Lee [OC]

    IT'S YOUR BET-Hal March: Two episodes from 1969 [both SM]:

  • Michael & Patricia Callen vs. Jan & Toni Murray
  • Tom Kennedy guest-hosts (ironic, huh?); guests are Lyle & Sharon Waggoner (more irony!) vs. Imogene Coca & King Donovan

    IT'S YOUR CHANCE OF A LIFETIME-Gordon Elliott: All 5 episodes of the series from 2000 [all OC/469.1-5]

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