My Game Shows, J-L

JACKPOT!
Geoff Edwards
NBC, 1974-75:

  • A 1975 episode w/a $38,750 Super Jackpot win! [SM]
    SYNDICATED, 1989-90:
  • The 1989 premiere episode [OB/134.1]
  • The 5th episode (w/a $14,500 Super Jackpot win!) [OB/866.5]
  • Two general 1989 episodes [1 OB/D10.3, 1 OC/D86.6]
  • A 1989 episode w/a $13,500 Super Jackpot win [GSN]
  • A 1989 episode where the Target amount is missed by *$5*! [OC/D10.1]
    Mike Darrow:
  • The 1985 premiere episode [OC]
  • Three general 1985 episodes [1 OB/D1.2, 1 RPT, 1 GSN/1003.4]
  • A 1985 episode w/a HUGE Jackpot win! [GSN/1037.15]
  • A 1986 episode w/an $8,200 Super Jackpot win [OB/223.1]
  • A 1986 episode w/a car win [OB/D24.1]
  • Two general 1986 episodes [1 OB/D24.2, 1 OC]
  • Two consecutive episodes from 1986 [both OC]
  • A 1987 episode where a "$50,000 Riddle" comes up [OB/353.6]
  • Three general 1987 episodes [all OB/273.8, 353.4, 434.10]
  • A 1987 episode w/a $4,600 Super Jackpot win AND a car win! [OC/353.8]

    JACKPOT BOWLING-Milton Berle:

  • 1960; guest is Mort Sahl [KIN/694.1]
  • 1960; guest is Mamie Van Doren [KIN/1046.13]
  • 1961; guest is Jack Dempsey (Includes a $75,000 jackpot win!) [KIN/694.2]
  • 1961; guest is Diana Dors [KIN/694.3]
  • 1961; guests are the Ritz Brothers [KIN/694.4]

    JAN KEN PO (local Hawaiian show)-Lanai Tabura & Augie Tulba:

  • One episode from 2002 [OB/782.3]
  • One episode from 2003 [OC/834.10]

    JEOPARDY!
    Art Fleming
    NBC, 1964-75:

  • The first few minutes of a 1966 episode (ends after the 3rd question) [SC/360.3]
  • The 2,000th episode from 1972 (w/appearances by Mel Brooks [as "The 2,000-Year-Old Man"] at the beginning, and NBC daytime VP Clare Simpson at the end!) [SM, also GSN/370.3]
  • Two episodes from 1974 [both SM/360.4]
  • The last episode from 1975 (w/some great clips and a very sentimental goodbye!) [SM]
    SYNDICATION, 1974-75:
  • One episode from 1974 (B&W, part of end credits cut off) [OB]
    NBC, 1978-79:
  • The first two episodes from 1978 [both SM]
  • A general 1978 episode (part of opening missing) [OB]
  • A 1978 Tournament of Champions episode (missing intro and final segment, bad commercial edits) [OB]
  • A general 1979 episode [OC]
  • The last episode from 1979 [SM/D59.5, also GSN/418.1]
    Alex Trebek
    SYNDICATED, 1984- :
  • The first pilot from 1983 (w/smaller cash payoffs, the old-style gameboard, and a whole different set/music) [SM/162.13]
  • The 2nd pilot from 1984 (now w/increased payoffs and the electronic gameboard) [SM/163.1]
  • The 1984 premiere episode [OC/215.1]
  • The 2nd episode (all 3 players finish w/$0!) [OC/215.2]
  • Three general 1984 episodes [all OC/215.3-4]
  • Former "Whew!" champ Howard Wilson's appearance from 1984 [OC]
  • Elise Beraru's first appearance from 1984 [OC]
  • A 1984 episode where Elise becomes the first-ever undefeated champ! [OC]
  • Richard Landon's final appearance from 1984 [OB]
  • The 2nd season premiere from 1985 (now w/the new set and buzz-in system) [OC]
  • Chuck Forrest's last two appearances from 1985 [episode 1 RPT/D2.5, episode 2 GSN/461.2]
  • A 1985 episode w/veteran GS champ Mark Leinwand and former "Double Dare" champ Al(an) Lusher [GSN/166.10]
  • Three general 1985 episodes [1 OB/434.1, 2 OC/809.4; 810.6]
  • A 1985 episode w/future "J!" producer Rocky Schmidt as a contestant [OC/924.20]
  • Two semi-finals episodes from the 1985 Tournament of Champions [both GSN]
  • Both 1985 Tournament of Champions finals episodes [both GSN]
  • Veteran GS champ Marvin Shinkman's 4th appearance from 1986 (one of his opponents is fellow GS champ Robert Wargo!) [OB]
  • Randy Amasia's two appearances from 1986 [both GSN/D54.2-3, also SM]
  • Bob Verini's 3rd and 4th appearances from 1986 [both GSN/663.11-12, also 930.14-15]
  • Nine general 1986 episodes [2 OB/707.2; 1058.3, 3 GSN/817.1; 935.2; 1052.10, 4 OC]
  • Future "Super Millionaire" champ Roger Storm's final appearance from 1986 [GSN/948.12]
  • A 1986 episode w/associate director Robin Felson's birthday acknowledged [GSN]
  • Carl Brady's final appearance from 1986 [GSN]
  • Dave Traini's 2nd appearance from 1986 [GSN]
  • Dave's 4th appearance from 1986 [GSN]
  • Janet Stevenson's 4th appearance from 1986 [GSN]
  • Two consecutive episodes from 1986 (end credits missing in episode 2) [both OC]
  • Both 1986 Tournament of Champions finals episodes [both GSN/768.9-10]
  • Former MLB president Chub Feeney's appearance from 1987 (JIP at middle of round 1) [OC/924.3]
  • A 5-minute clip of a 1987 episode w/GS veteran Curtis Warren [OB/924.2]
  • Day 1 of the 1987 Teen Tournament [OB]
  • Future politician Richard Cordray's final appearance from 1987 [GSN]
  • A 1987 episode w/*Wink Martindale* in the audience [GSN]
  • Day 2 of the 1987 Seniors Tournament finals [GSN/948.8]
  • Four general 1987 episodes [1 OB/550.2, 3 GSN/944.5; 1052.11]
  • Dave Traini's final appearance from 1987 [GSN/1053.4]
  • A 1987 episode w/then-unknown Dave (David Anthony) Higgins as a contestant (has tracking problems) [OC/924.4]
  • Day 2 of the 1987 Tournament of Champions finals (part of opening missing) [OC/301.3]
  • Two consecutive episodes from 1987 w/former "$otC" champ David Nagy (Rogers) [episode 1 OC/924.5, episode 2 OB]
  • Leah Greenwald's final appearance from 1988 [OB]
  • Both 1988 Teen Tournament finals episodes [both OB/825.1-2]
  • A partial 1988 episode w/future "WWtBaM" champ Michael Shutterly (JIP at Double J!, end credits missing) [OC/924.1]
  • Michael's final appearance from 1988 [OC]
  • Seven general 1988 episodes [3 OB/707.3; 1058.4, 4 OC]
  • Ron Trigueiro's final appearance from 1988 (end credits missing) [OC]
  • Bruce Naegeli's final appearance from 1988 [OC]
  • A 1988 episode where a 1-day record of $27,800 is set! [OB]
  • Two general 1989 episodes [1 OB, 1 OC]
  • Bob Blake's final appearance from 1989 (Alex mentions a little-known winnings limit!) [OC]
  • Day 1 of the 1989 Tournament of Champions [RPT]
  • Big winner Frank Spangenberg's first appearance from 1990 [SM]
  • Day 2 of the 1990 Teen Tournament finals [OC/808.2]
  • Three general 1990 episodes [all OC/461.3]
  • The 1990-91 season premiere [OB]
  • Jim Scott's final appearance from 1990 [SM]
  • Leslie Frates' final appearance from 1991 [SM]
  • Three consecutive episodes from 1991 [all OB]
  • Three general 1991 episodes [1 RPT, 2 OC/1048.3-4]
  • Day 2 of the 1991 Seniors Tournament finals (and the last episode w/the 2nd set) [OC/599.2]
  • Leslie Miller's final appearance from 1992 [SM]
  • Tom Nosek's final appearance from 1992 [SM]
  • Both 1992 Tournament of Champions finals episodes (w/future "Win Ben Stein's Money" champs Jerome Vered and Leszek Pawlowicz!) [episode 1 GSN, episode 2 OC/209.10]
  • The first-ever "Celebrity" episode from 1992 w/Regis Philbin, Donna Mills, and Carol Burnett [GSN/364.8]
  • Two general 1992 episodes [1 RPT, 1 GSN]
  • A celebrity episode from 1992 w/Rosie O'Donnell, Ed Begley Jr, and Robert Guillaume [GSN/691.2]
  • Five consecutive episodes from 1992 w/Jerome Vered [episodes 2-3 SM/1058.6-7, all others OB/1058.5; 1058.8-9]
  • A 1993 episode where a contestant wins w/*$1*! [GSN/219.2]
  • Day 2 of the 1993 Teen Tournament finals [OC]
  • Three general 1993 episodes [1 OC/810.11, 2 GSN]
  • Day 2 of the 1993 Seniors Tournament finals [OB]
  • A 1993 episode where Ed Schiffer goes for his 5th win [GSN]
  • Day 2 of the 1993 College Tournament finals [GSN]
  • Both 10th Anniversary Tournament finals episodes from 1993 [both OC/674.11-12]
  • A celebrity episode from 1993 w/Leslie Nielsen, Elayne Boosler, and Dean Cain [GSN]
  • A celebrity episode from 1993 w/*Pat Sajak*, Teri Garr, and Ed Asner [GSN]
  • Day 2 of the 1994 Teen Tournament finals [OB]
  • A celebrity episode from 1994 w/Tony Randall, Stefanie Powers, and Gen. Norman Schwarzkopf [OB/732.4]
  • Two general 1994 episodes [1 OB, 1 OC]
  • A celebrity episode from 1994 w/Kathy Mattea, Doug Savant, and Michael Sabatino [OC]
  • Day 2 of the 1994 Tournament of Champions finals [OC]
  • A celebrity episode from 1995 w/David Duchovny, Lynn Redgrave, and Stephen King [OB/791.4]
  • Both 1995 Seniors Tournament finals episodes [both OC]
  • Two general 1995 episodes [both OC]
  • A 1995 episode w/a former "J! '78" champ [GSN]
  • Barbara Walker's final appearance from 1996 [GSN]
  • Both 1996 College Championship finals episodes [both GSN]
  • A preliminary Olympic Games Tournament episode from 1996 [GSN/1058.8]
  • The Olympic Games Tournament finals from 1996 [GSN/1058.9]
  • A general 1996 episode [GSN]
  • The 13th season premiere (and future "WWtBaM" champ Bernie Cullen's first appearance) from 1996 [OC/22.3]
  • Bernie's final appearance from 1996 [GSN]
  • A 1996 episode where Alex shows off the Olympic Torch (which he carried during the Games that summer!) [GSN]
  • A celebrity episode (and the first w/the new set) from 1996 w/Beverly Sills, John Mahoney, and Laura Innes [OC/D57.6]
  • Paul Gutowski's final appearance from 1997 [OB]
  • Both 1997 Teen Tournament finals episodes [both OB]
  • April Fool's Day 1997 episode (w/PAT SAJAK hosting!) [OC/27.5]
  • A celebrity episode from 1997 w/Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Kirsten Dunst, and Benjamin Salisbury (ends w/a *$1* win!) [OC]
  • All of the week-long 1997 "International Championship" from Stockholm (taped on the Swedish J! set) [all OC/296.2-6]
  • Future "WWtBaM" champ Lyn Payne's first appearance from 1997 [OB]
  • Five general 1997 episodes [all OC/D72.7, D110.1, 104.4]
  • The 14th season premiere from 1997 (w/the new theme arrangement and think music, and new cars awarded to 5-time champs) [OC/104.2]
  • A 1997 episode where Fred Ramen becomes the first-ever car winner [OB]
  • The 3,000th episode from 1997 (w/the same categories as the 1984 premiere) [OC/111.1]
  • Halloween 1997 episode (and Bob Harris's first appearance) [OC/121.3]
  • A 1997 "Power Players Week" episode from Washington, D.C. w/Oliver Stone, Ariana Huffington, and Wolf Blitzer [RPT/368.10]
  • Both 1998 Tournament of Champions finals episodes [both OC/302.1-2]
  • A 1998 episode w/a "Classic TV Game Show Themes" category [OB/193.12]
  • A celebrity episode from 1998 w/Alicia Witt, Fred Savage, and Melissa Joan Hart [RPT/244.4]
  • A celebrity episode from 1998 w/Stephen King, Robin Quivers, and Regis Philbin (missing intro) [GSN]
  • A general 1998 episode (missing intro) [OC]
  • A 1998 episode where all 3 players finish w/$0! [OB/461.4]
  • The 15th season premiere from 1998 [OC/277.2]
  • A 1998 episode from Boston [OC/276.1]
  • The 1998 "Teen Reunion Tournament" finals from Boston [OC/274.1]
  • A celebrity episode from 1999 w/David James Elliott, Stephen Collins, and Thomas Gibson [OB]
  • Both 1999 Tournament of Champions finals episodes [both OC/310.1-2]
  • Both 1999 College Championship finals episodes (from Chicago) [both OC/336.7-8]
  • The 16th season premiere from 1999 (from "Kids' Week") [OC/420.1]
  • Five consecutive episodes from 1999 w/Eddie Timanus (J!'s first-ever blind contestant!) [all OC/391.3-7]
  • Both 1999 Teen Tournament finals episodes (from NY's Radio City Music Hall) [both OC/397.10-11]
  • A 1999 celebrity episode from New York w/Sandy Duncan, Peter Krause, and Andrea McArdle [OC]
  • A 1999 episode w/an interesting bit not intended for air [SM/847.4]
  • Both 2000 College Championship finals episodes [both OC/449.2-3]
  • A quarter-finals episode from the 2000 Tournament of Champions (from Atlanta) [OC/458.1]
  • A semi-finals episode from the 2000 Tournament of Champions [OC/458.2]
  • Both 2000 Tournament of Champions finals episodes [both OC/458.3-4]
  • The 17th season premiere from 2000 [OC/497.1]
  • Both 2000 College Championship finals episodes (from the University of Washington) [both OC/530.10-11]
  • Brad Rutter's last two appearances from 2000 [episode 1 OC, episode 2 SM]
  • A 2000 episode from "Kids' Week" [RPT/604.7]
  • A 2001 celebrity episode from Las Vegas w/Charles Barkley, Martha Stewart, and *Jeff Probst* [RPT/610.12]
  • Rick Knutsen's final appearance from 2001 [OB]
  • Both 2001 Teen Tournament finals episodes (from Philadelphia) [both OC/586.5-6]
  • A full week of shows from 2001 w/former WWtBaM champ Jason Block [all OC/601.1-5]
  • The 18th season premiere from 2001 [OC/624.1]
  • Alex's first clean-shaven episode from 2001 [GSN]
  • The first episode w/the Clue Crew from 2001 (from "Back to School Week") [OC/639.1]
  • A general 2001 episode [OC]
  • Both 2001 Tournament of Champions finals episodes [both OC/650.2-3]
  • Both 2001 College Tournament finals episodes [both OC/650.11, 659.3]
  • The last episode w/the original dollar values from 2001 [OC]
  • The first episode w/the increased dollar values from 2001 [OC/659.5]
  • A special "Holiday Kids' Week" episode from Christmas 2001 [OC/664.4]
  • Both 2002 Teen Tournament finals episodes [both OC/689.6-7]
  • A preliminary round from the 2002 "$1,000,000 Masters Tournament" from New York (Eddie Timanus is a contestant!) [OC/714.2]
  • Both $1M Masters Tournament finals episodes from 2002 [both OC/714.4-5]
  • The 4,000th episode from 2002 (taped at Radio City Music Hall w/no contestants or gameplay, just Alex showing clips of memorable moments!) [OC/714.6]
  • A 2002 episode where a player wins by just *$2*! [SM/1038.10]
  • Five consecutive episodes from 2002 w/ATGS's Ben Tritle [all OC/713.7-10, 718.6]
  • The 19th season premiere from 2002 [OC/751.1, which has poor audio, also SM/1053.3 w/better audio quality]
  • Two consecutive episodes from 2002 w/ATGS's Myron M. Meyer (who sets a new 1-day record of $50,000 in episode 1!) [both OC/745.8, 752.2]
  • Both College Championship finals episodes from 2002 (from Ohio State University) [both OC/764.10-11]
  • The first episode w/the new set from 2002 [OC/766.7]
  • Two 2003 episodes from "Kids' Week" (one features future "Million Dollar Password" champ Chad Mosher) [1 OB, 1 OC/779.5]
  • Both 2003 Teen Tournament finals episodes [both OC/792.6-7]
  • A celebrity episode from 2003 w/Ashton Kutcher, Vivica A. Fox, and Wayne Brady [OC/812.6]
  • Both 2003 Tournament of Champions finals episodes [both OC/820.2-3]
  • The 20th season premiere from 2003 (now w/no limit for returning champs) [OC/851.1]
  • A 2003 episode from "Back to School Week" (w/kids playing) [OC/853.10]
  • Both 2003 College Championship finals episodes (from Yale) [episode 1 RPT/975.1, episode 2 OC/885.2]
  • Both 2004 Teen Tournament finals episodes [both OC/885.3-4]
  • A 2004 episode w/a tribute to writer Steven Dorfman [OC/912.9]
  • A 2004 "Kids' Week" episode from Washington D.C. [OC/923.3]
  • A 2004 "Power Players Week" episode from Washington, D.C. w/Keith Olbermann, Gretchen Carlson, and Al Franken [OC/923.6]
  • Ken Jennings' first appearance from 2004 [RPT]
  • A 2004 episode where Ken becomes the 2nd all-time top winner [OC/936.7]
  • A 2004 episode where Ken becomes the new (regular play) all-time top winner w/$231,000! [OC/936.8]
  • A 2004 episode where Ken breaks the $300,000 mark [OC/955.1]
  • A 2004 episode where Ken breaks the $400,000 mark (features a "Wheel of J!" category w/Vanna White revealing clues off the WoF puzzle board!) [OC/955.3]
  • A 2004 episode where Ken plays Invision moderator Matt Ottinger [OC/955.4]
  • A 2004 episode where Ken breaks the $500,000 mark [OC/955.5]
  • A 2004 episode where Ken breaks the $600,000 mark [OC/955.6]
  • A 2004 episode where Ken breaks the $700,000 mark [OC/955.7]
  • A 2004 episode where Ken breaks the $800,000 mark [OC/955.8]
  • A 2004 episode where Alex speculates on Ken breaking Thom McKee's all-time GS appearance record [OC/955.9]
  • A 2004 episode where Ken ties the 1-day record of $52,000 and breaks the $900,000 mark [OC/955.10]
  • A 2004 episode where Ken breaks the *$1,000,000* mark! [OC/956.2]
  • A 2004 episode where Ken becomes the all-time top winner [OC/956.5]
  • The 20th season finale from 2004 (missing intro due to weather bulletin; Ken sets a new 1-day record of $75,000!) [OC/956.7]
  • The 21st season premiere from 2004 (and Ken is still going strong!) [OC/968.1]
  • A 2004 episode where Ken breaks the $1,500,000 mark [OC/970.6]
  • A 2004 episode where Alex acknowledges Ken's breaking the all-time GS appearance record [OC/984.1]
  • Both 2004 Tournament of Champions finals episodes [both OC/976.3-4]
  • A 2004 episode where Ken wins his 50th game [OC/984.6]
  • A 2004 episode from "Kids' Week" [OC/984.10]
  • A 2004 episode where Ken breaks the *$2,000,000* mark! [OC/996.3]
  • A 2004 episode where Ken becomes the all-time top GS winner w/$2,197,000! [OC/996.5]
  • Both 2004 College Championship finals episodes (from Pittsburgh) [both OC/1000.7-8]
  • Ken's last two appearances from 2004 (he's finally defeated w/a grand total of $2,520,700!) [both OC/997.3-4, also have his last ep from GSN]
  • A 3-minute clip of Ken's farewell on the next episode [996.10]
  • Both 2005 Teen Tournament finals episodes [both OC/1012.4-5]
  • A 1st-round "Ultimate Tournament of Champions" episode from 2005 w/Jeff Richmond, Billy Baxter, and Bernard Holloway (includes the first solo playing of Final J! in 20 years!) [OB]
  • A 1st-round UToC episode from 2005 w/Al Lin, Leszek Pawlowicz, and Tad Carithers [OC/1017.8]
  • A 1st-round UToC episode from 2005 w/Michael Day, Pam Mueller, and Jay Rosenberg [OC/1016.7]
  • A 1st-round UToC episode from 2005 w/Jean Grewe, Eddie Timanus, and Jonathan Groff [OC]
  • A 1st-round UToC episode from 2005 w/Kyle Hale, Pat Healy, and Bernie Cullen [OC]
  • The last 1st-round UToC episode from 2005 w/Roy Holliday, Steve Chernicoff, and Ben Lyon [OC/1029.2]
  • The first 2nd-round UToC episode from 2005 w/Dan Melia, Rick Knutsen, and Kyle Hale [OC/1029.4]
  • A 2nd-round UToC episode from 2005 w/Robin Carroll, Matt Zielenski, and Steve Newman [OC]
  • A 2nd-round UToC episode from 2005 w/John Cuthbertson, Tad Carithers, and Bob Verini [OC]
  • A 2nd-round UToC episode from 2005 w/Lara Robillard, Phil Yellman, and Chuck Forrest [OC]
  • A 2nd-round UToC episode from 2005 w/Frank Spangenberg, Grace Veach, and Shane Whitlock (missing first 3 min. or so) [OC]
  • The last 3rd-round UToC episode from 2005 w/Michael Daunt, Dan Melia, and Jerome Vered [OC]
  • Day 2 of the 2nd UToC semi-finals match from 2005 w/Chris Miller, John Cuthbertson, and Brad Rutter [OC]
  • All 3 UToC finals episodes from 2005 w/Ken Jennings, Brad Rutter, and Jerome Vered [all OC]
  • The first post-UToC episode from 2005 (Alex and the 3 finalists do the intro) [OC]
  • A 2005 episode where David Madden breaks the $250,000 mark [OC]
  • A 2005 episode where David breaks the $300,000 mark [OC]
  • The 21st season finale from 2005 [SM]
  • The 22nd season premiere from 2005 (and David is still going strong!) [OC]
  • A 2005 episode where David breaks the $400,000 mark [OC]
  • David's final appearance from 2005 [OC]
  • A 2005 episode from "Back to School Week" (w/kids playing, and a heartbreaking loss!) [OC]
  • Both 2005 College Championship finals episodes (from the NCSU campus) [both OC]
  • Both 2006 Teen Tournament finals episodes [both OC]
  • Both 2006 Tournament of Champions finals episodes [both OC]
  • A general 2006 episode [OC]
  • The 23rd season premiere from 2006 (w/the new HDTV-enhanced set) [OC]
  • A 2006 episode from "Back to School Week" (w/kids playing) [OC]
  • A 2006 celebrity episode from Radio City Music Hall w/Scott Turrow, Paul Shaffer, and Susan Lucci [OC]
  • A 2006 celebrity episode from Radio City Music Hall w/Carson Kressley, Nancy Grace, and Regis Philbin [OB]
  • Both 2007 Teen Tournament finals episodes [both OC]
  • A 2007 episode w/the first 3-way tie! [OC]
  • The "rematch" episode from 2007 that followed above [OC]
  • A 2007 episode w/a Double J! round that's a real flashback from Alex! [OC]
  • Both 2007 College Championship finals episodes (from the USC campus; part of episode 1 has poor audio) [both OC]
  • A 2007 episode w/a former Fleming-era contestant [OC]
  • A 2007 episode w/another Fleming-era contestant [OC]
  • Both 2007 Teen Tournament finals episodes [both OC]
  • A 2007 episode w/the infamous "Kebert Xela" response in Final J! [OB]
  • The 24th season premiere from 2007 [OC]
  • A 2007 episode from "Kids' Week" [OC]
  • A 2007 Tournament of Champions semi-finals episode (the game ends in a tie!) [OC]
  • Both 2007 Tournament of Champions finals episodes [both OC]
  • A 2008 episode w/a heartbreaking loss [OC]
  • Both 07-08 Teen Tournament finals episodes [both OC]
  • Both 2008 College Championship finals episodes (from the UWM campus) [both OC]
  • The 24th season finale from 2008 [OC]
  • The 25th season premiere from 2008 [OC]
  • A "Kids' Week Reunion" episode from 2008 (w/a heartbreaking loss!) [OC]
  • Both 2008 Teen Tournament finals episodes (episode 2 missing first 2 min.) [both OC]
  • A 2009 celebrity episode (from the CES in Las Vegas) w/Elizabeth Perkins, *Tom Bergeron*, and Aisha Tyler [OC]
  • Both 2009 Tournament of Champions finals episodes (from the CES in Las Vegas) [both OC]
  • Both 2009 College Championship finals episodes (episode 1 missing first 2 min. due to news bulletin) [both OC]
  • The 26th season premiere from 2009 [OC]
  • The first "Celebrity Invitational Tournament" episode from 2009 w/Wolf Blitzer, Dana Delaney, and Andy Richter (Andy sets a Celeb J! record of $68,000!) [OC]
  • Both 2009 Teen Tournament finals episodes [both OC]
  • A Celebrity Invitational Tournament episode from 2009 w/Christopher Meloni, Harry Shearer, and Joshua Malina [OC]
  • A Celebrity Invitational Tournament episode from 2010 w/Doug Savant, Elizabeth Perkins, and *Pat Sajak* [OC]
  • April Fools' Day 2010 episode (w/appearances by Pat Sajak, Neil Patrick Harris, Jeff Probst, and Will Ferrell!) [OC]
  • A Celebrity Invitational Tournament episode from 2010 w/Neil Patrick Harris, Rebecca Lobo, and Hill Harper [OC]
  • A Celebrity Invitational Tournament episode from 2010 w/Jane Curtin, Issac Mizrahi, and CCH Pounder [OC]
  • Both Celebrity Invitational Tournament finals episodes from 2010 w/Jane Curtin, Cheech Marin, and Michael McKean [both OC]
  • Both 2010 Tournament of Champions finals episodes [both OC]
  • A 2010 episode from "Kids' Week" [OC]
  • The first two episodes of the 27th season from 2010 (Roger Craig sets a new 1-day record of $77,000 in episode 2!) [both OC]
  • A 2010 episode where Roger breaks the $200,000 mark [OC]
  • Both 2010 College Championship finals episodes [both OC]
  • A 2010 episode where Tom Nissley breaks the $200,000 mark
  • All 3 episodes of "The IBM Challenge" from 2011 w/Ken Jennings, Brad Rutter, and "Watson" (episode 1 has low audio) [all OC]
  • Both 2011 Teen Tournament finals episodes [both OC]
  • Both 2011 Teachers' Tournament finals episodes [both OC]
  • A general 2011 episode [OC]
  • A 2011 episode from "Kids' Week" [OC]
  • The 28th season premiere from 2011 [OC]
  • Both 2011 Tournament of Champions finals episodes [both OC]
  • Both 2012 College Championship finals episodes [both OC]
  • Both 2012 Teachers' Tournament finals episodes [both OC]
  • Both 2012 Teen Tournament finals episodes (from Washington, D.C.) [both OC]
  • A 2012 "Power Players Week" episode from Washington, D.C. w/Robert Gibbs, Lizzie O'Leary, and Chris Matthews [OC]
  • The 29th season premiere from 2012 [OC]
  • Both 2013 Teen Tournament finals episodes [both OC]
  • Both 2013 Tournament of Champions finals episodes [both OC]
  • Both 2013 College Championship finals episodes (episode 2 missing small part of opening) [both OC]
  • The 30th season premiere from 2013 [OC]
  • Both 2013 Teachers' Tournament finals episodes [both OC]
  • Both 2014 College Championship finals episodes [both OC]
  • Both "Battle of the Decades" tournament finals episodes from 2014 [OC]
  • A 2014 episode where Julia Collins breaks the $400,000 mark [OC]
  • A 2014 episode where Alex breaks the Guinness record for most episodes of the same show presented by the same host! (part of opening missing) [OC]
  • Both 2014 Teen Tournament finals episodes [both OC]
  • The 31st season premiere from 2014 [OC]
  • Both 2014 Tournament of Champions finals episodes [both OC]
  • A 2014 episode from "Kids' Week" [OC]
  • Three consecutive episodes from 2015 w/former "WWtBaM" champ Elliot Yates [all OC]
  • Both 2015 Teachers' Tournament finals episodes [both OC]
  • A 2015 episode w/a rare solo playing of Final J! [OC]
  • A celebrity episode from 2015 w/Vince Gilligan, Debra Messing, and Neil Flynn [OC]
  • The 7,000th episode from 2015 [OC]
  • A general 2015 episode [OC]
  • The 32nd season premiere from 2015 [OC]
  • A 2015 episode where Matt Jackson breaks the $150,000 mark [OC]
  • Both 2015 Tournament of Champions finals episodes [both OC]
  • Both 2016 College Championship finals episodes [both OC]
  • A 2016 episode where Andrew Pau breaks the $100,000 mark [OC]
  • Both 2016 Teachers' Tournament finals episodes (from Washington, D.C.) [both OC]
  • A 2016 "Power Players Week" episode from Washington, D.C. w/Michael Steele, Lara Logan, and Anderson Cooper [OC]
  • The 33rd season premiere from 2016 [OC]
  • Both 2016 Teen Tournament finals episodes [both OC]
  • A 2016 episode where Cindy Stowell (who passed away before her episodes aired) breaks the $100,000 mark [OC]
  • A 2017 episode where Lisa Schlitt breaks the $100,000 mark [OC]
  • Both 2017 College Championship finals episodes [both OC]
  • A 2017 episode where Alan Lin breaks the $100,000 mark [OC]
  • Both 2017 Teachers' Tournament finals episodes [both OC]
    ABC, 1990 ("Super Jeopardy!"):
  • The $250,000 finals episode (and last show of the series) [OC/281.7]

    JEP!-Bob Bergen: Five episodes from 1998:

  • The premiere episode [OC/179.5]
  • Three general episodes [all OC/178.1, 204.1, 213.4]
  • A special "Kids and Family Week" episode [OC/213.5]

    JOKER! JOKER! JOKER!-Jack Barry:

  • The first two episodes from 1979 [both GSN/D48.4, 102.11]
  • Three general 1979 episodes [all GSN/1056.13-14]
  • A 1980 episode w/a record $1,475 bonus round win [GSN]
  • A general 1980 episode [GSN]
  • The 1979-80 season finale [GSN]

    THE JOKER'S WILD

  • The first pilot from 1968 (hosted by Allen Ludden); "categories" are Don Drysdale, Rosemary Clooney, Rich Little, Irene Ryan, and Pat Paulsen [KIN/72.6]
  • The second pilot from 1969 (again hosted by Allen Ludden, but w/no celebrities) [SM]
    Jack Barry
    CBS, 1972-75:
  • The 1972 premiere episode [GSN/546.2]
  • The 3rd episode (w/an excited winner!) [GSN/535.7]
  • A 1972 episode w/one of the first 3-joker spins [GSN/543.15]
  • The first two episodes w/the "jokers and devils" bonus round, $200 triples, and modified 3-joker and Joker's Jackpot rules from 1972 (Veteran GS champ Maggie Brown is a contestant in episode 2) [both GSN/587.4, 930.16]
  • A 1972 episode w/the first-ever Joker's Jackpot win ($13,800!) [GSN/598.8]
  • A 1972 episode w/the first contestant to spin 3 jokers in *2* consecutive games [GSN]
  • Three general 1972 episodes [all GSN/559.8, 598.13, 985.2]
  • A 1972 episode w/a $4,650 Joker's Jackpot win [GSN/598.11]
  • A 1972 episode w/a $5,650 Joker's Jackpot win [GSN/657.3]
  • A 1972 episode w/a $6,400 Joker's Jackpot win [GSN/598.12]
  • A 1972 episode w/the daughter of a former champ [GSN]
  • Christmas 1972 episode (w/"Santas and scrooges" in the bonus round!) [GSN/643.5]
  • A 1973 episode w/a $9,200 Joker's Jackpot win [GSN/598.9]
  • A 1973 episode w/an $8,500 Joker's Jackpot win [GSN/643.6]
  • A 1973 episode w/an $11,350 Joker's Jackpot win [GSN/657.4]
  • The first episode w/the revised Joker's Jackpot rule from 1973 [GSN/663.10]
  • A 1973 episode w/a $3,000 Joker's Jackpot win [GSN]
  • Two consecutive episodes from 1973 where Ken Fife becomes the first player to win TWO Joker's Jackpots! [both GSN/643.7-8]
  • A 1973 episode w/a $10,000+ Joker's Jackpot loss (Jack plugs "Hollywood's Talking") [GSN]
  • A 1973 episode w/a $2,500 Joker's Jackpot win (Jack plugs "The $10K Pyramid" and "Hollywood's Talking") [GSN/985.3]
  • Four consecutive episodes from 1973 [all GSN/613.6-7, 613.9, 616.14]
  • All of a special "Kids' Week" (3 episodes) from 1973 [all GSN/619.1-3]
  • One episode from 1974 [SM]
  • The last episode from 1975 (nice ending w/Jack's heartfelt goodbyes!) [SM/275.5]
    SYNDICATED, 1977-84:
  • The first two episodes from 1977 [both GSN/166.11, 930.13]
  • A 1977 episode from "Kids' Week" [GSN/1055.12]
  • The $50,000 Tournament of Champions finals from 1977 [GSN/136.11]
  • Three general 1977 episodes [all GSN/D19.1, D38.3, 1055.13]
  • A 1977 episode w/a "Pyramid"-esque opening (Johnny Gilbert announces) [GSN/166.12]
  • A 1977 episode w/a great tie game [GSN/930.10]
  • A 1977 episode w/a hilarious blooper in the 2nd bonus round! [GSN/930.12]
  • Mark Gluckman's first appearance from 1978 [GSN]
  • A 1978 episode where Mark wins his 1st car [GSN/663.9]
  • A 1978 episode where Mark breaks the $30,000 mark [GSN/531.9]
  • A 1978 episode where the machine malfunctions! [GSN]
  • A 1978 episode where Phil Gilbert learns the importance of the "final spin" rule [GSN/930.11]
  • A 1978 episode w/an overabundance of 3-joker spins [GSN]
  • A 1978 episode w/TWO 3-joker wins and back-to-back Natural Triple spins [GSN]
  • A 1978 episode w/a hilarious bonus round blooper [GSN]
  • A 1978 episode where Jack's leg injury makes a game 2 visual category problematic! [GSN]
  • The 1978-79 season premiere (now w/the flashier set and new music; Jack screws up during the car plug!) [GSN/543.1]
  • A 1978 episode w/TWO great bonus round wins! [GSN/930.9]
  • Ten general 1978 episodes [all GSN/D58.2-3, 598.6, 663.16, 1055.10]
  • A 1978 episode w/an exciting bonus round [GSN]
  • Hal Shear's first appearance from 1978 [GSN/630.2]
  • A 1978 episode where Hal wins his 1st car [GSN/643.9]
  • Four consecutive episodes from 1978 where Hal becomes the all-time top winner (first 3 full, last just 1st segment w/Hal's goodbye and new champ's bonus round) [all GSN/588.1-4]
  • A 1978 episode where the contestants are clueless about "Mixed Fruits" [GSN]
  • A 1978 episode w/jokers galore [GSN/1055.9]
  • A 1978 episode where a contestant loses due to a REALLY bad strategic mistake [GSN]
  • A 1978 episode where Peter Nagle wins his 1st car [GSN/1055.10]
  • A 1978 episode where Peter goes for his 2nd car [GSN]
  • The $100,000 Tournament of Champions finals from 1978 (missing intro) [GSN/883.1]
  • A 1979 episode where Eileen Jason wins her 2nd car (and becomes the new all-time top winner!) [GSN/442.3]
  • A 1979 episode where Eileen becomes the longest-reigning champion in TJW history [GSN/442.4]
  • The 1979-80 season premiere [GSN/488.1]
  • Six general 1979 episodes [all GSN/D19.2-3, 663.17]
  • A 1979 episode w/a 5th game/car win [GSN/D58.4]
  • A 1979 episode where EVERY game is won on a 3-joker spin [GSN]
  • A 1979 episode where future $1M ToC finalist Cassandra Dooley wins her 1st car [GSN]
  • The $250,000 Tournament of Champions finals (a true classic!) from 1979 [GSN/322.3]
  • A 1980 episode w/an exciting game [GSN]
  • Two general 1980 episodes [both GSN]
  • The last 8 episodes of the $1,000,000 Tournament of Champions from 1980 [all GSN/560.1-8]
  • One episode from 1981 (now w/the new set and audience game; missing last 3 min.) [OC]
  • The 1982-83 season premiere [OB/203.15, w/a ticket plug, also GSN/179.6]
  • A 1982 episode where a contestant blows the game on a stupid move [GSN]
  • A 1982 episode w/a 10-question sweep in the "Fast Forward" category! [GSN/424.2]
  • A 1982 episode w/a 5th game/car win [GSN/341.2]
  • A 1982 episode w/one lucky contestant! [GSN/958.3]
  • Six general 1982 episodes [all GSN/399.6, 424.1, 484.5, 630.1, 1055.11]
  • A 1982 episode w/a heartbreaking loss [GSN/958.4]
  • A 1982 episode where Joe Dunn wins his 1st car [GSN/602.3]
  • A 1982 episode where Joe wins his 2nd car (missing intro, but w/contestant plug due to a GSN slip-up) [GSN/964.4]
  • A 1982 episode where Joe wins his 3rd car [GSN/602.4]
  • Joe's final appearance from 1982 (he's forced to retire, w/a LONG explanation given by Jack!) [GSN/320.4]
  • A 1982 episode w/an exciting "Fast Forward" battle [GSN/743.2]
  • Two consecutive episodes from 1983 w/Jim Peck guest-hosting [both GSN/176.7-8]
  • Jack's first show back after his hiatus from 1983 [GSN/179.7]
  • Five general 1983 episodes [3 GSN/344.5; 958.5; 958.12; 1056.1, 1 OC]
  • A 1983 episode w/Jim Peck guest-hosting (again!) [GSN/329.11]
  • Four consecutive episodes from 1983 (all have minor tracking problems throughout) [all OB/D50.2-5]
  • A 1984 episode where future "TTD" champ Victoria Kelly wins a car [OC]
  • A 1984 episode w/a $7,000 Natural Triple Jackpot win [OC]
  • A 1984 episode where an audience game player accidentally takes an extra spin [OC]
  • A 1984 episode where Jack almost forgets to play the bonus game! [OC]
  • A 1984 episode where Jack accidentally reads a question from the wrong category! [OC]
  • Six general 1984 episodes [5 OC, 1 GSN]
  • A 1984 episode w/a $4,250 Natural Triple Jackpot win and an audience game near-blooper [OC]
  • A 1984 episode w/a $3,150 Natural Triple Jackpot win [OC]
  • A half-hour of 1984 highlights w/veteran GS champ Ed Coyne [GSN]
  • Two consecutive episodes from 1984 (episode 2 partial) [both OC]
    Bill Cullen:
  • His first episode from 1984 (preceded by a brief promo for "Tic Tac Dough") [OC/D19.4]
  • Three general 1984 episodes [1 OC/D103.3; 1 RPT; 1 USA, also have OC clip of USA episode's final segment]
  • The first two episodes of the 1985-86 season [both OB/166.14-15, also GSN/304.3-4, w/better video quality]
  • A 1985 episode w/an on-camera appearance by producer Allen Koss [GSN]
  • A 1985 episode w/a $950-$0 maingame sweep [GSN]
  • A 1985 episode w/TWO Natural Triple Jackpot wins! [GSN/341.3]
  • A 1985 episode w/a GREAT comeback and a $2,350 Natural Triple Jackpot win [GSN/964.2]
  • Six general 1985 episodes [1 OC/D103.4, also have same ep from GSN/424.3 w/better quality, 4 GSN/304.4; 341.5; 354.10; 630.3, 1 USA/550.4]
  • Two consecutive episodes from 1985 w/future "New Chain Reaction" host Blake Emmons [both GSN/314.6, 341.4]
  • A 1985 episode w/a great win in game 1 [GSN]
  • A 1985 episode w/a $13,250 Natural Triple Jackpot win! [GSN/344.6]
  • A 1985 episode w/one of the longest games in TJW history [GSN/424.4]
  • A 1985 episode w/a $9,650 Natural Triple Jackpot win [GSN]
  • Two 1986 episodes w/Jim Peck guest-hosting [both GSN/305.9, 329.7]
  • A 1986 episode w/a hilarious blooper [GSN/964.3]
  • Three general 1986 episodes [1 OB/166.13, 2 GSN/424.5]
  • Three consecutive episodes from 1986 [all OC]
  • Two consecutive episodes from 1986 w/former "TTD" champ Jan Kraepelien [both GSN]
  • A 1986 episode w/a $5,950 Natural Triple Jackpot win [GSN/1055.14]
  • The last episode from 1986 [OB/D18.3]
    Pat Finn:
  • The 4th episode from 1990 (JIP during pre-game rules spiel) [OC/217.2]
  • Future "Paranoia" champ Michael Newkirk's appearance from 1990 [OC/280.3]
  • A 1990 episode w/the first-ever Joker Jackpot win [OB]
  • Big winner Michael Cedar's final appearance from 1990 [OC]
  • Donna McNeely's first appearance from 1990 (w/a $10,500 Joker Jackpot win!) [USA/293.4]
  • Former "$100K Pyramid" champ Toby Stone-Mantleburg's appearance from 1990 [USA]
  • Seven general 1990 episodes [3 OB/1035.7, 2 OC/301.2, 2 USA/768.7; 931.2]
  • Thomas Van Dyke's first appearance from 1990 (end credits missing) [USA/949.5]
  • A 1990 episode where Thomas wins a $17,500 Joker Jackpot (and becomes the all-time top winner!) [USA/543.12]
  • A 1990 episode w/former "$otC" champ Darrell Garrison [USA]
  • The first two episodes w/the "category" format from 1990 [both OC]
  • A 1990 episode w/the rare audience game at the end [USA/857.8]
  • A 1991 episode w/a $36,000 Joker Jackpot win! [USA/543.13]
  • A 1991 episode w/a $9,500 Joker Jackpot win [USA]
  • Three general 1991 episodes [all USA/703.6; 1035.6]
  • A 1991 episode w/another $9,500 Joker Jackpot win [USA]
  • The last episode from 1991 (though not mentioned; missing intro) [USA]

    JUDGE FOR YOURSELF-Fred Allen:
    One episode from 1953; guests are Kitty Kalen, Bob Carroll, and The Skylarks [OC]

    JUMBLE: THE INTERACTIVE GAME-Wink Martindale: Two episode from 1994 [both OB]:

  • The premiere episode [D115.2]
  • The 2nd episode (veteran GS champ Tony Reitano is a contestant)

    JUST MEN!-Betty White: Five episodes from 1983:

  • Guests are Fred Willard, Herve Villechaize, Stephen Ford, *Pat Sajak*, Taurean Blacque, Terence Knox and Steve Sax (end credits missing) [OC/720.2]
  • Guests are Tom Reilly, Charlie Zimmer, Jay Johnson, Darrow Igus, David Naughton, Lou Richards, and Wayne Northrop [OB/528.8]
  • Guests are Jay Johnstone, Martin Hewitt, Ken Berry, Tom Dreesen, Tim Reid, Tom Sullivan, and *Peter Tomarken* [OC/720.3]
  • Guests are Bruce Penhall, Dusty Baker, Gregg Marx, Terence Knox, *Gene Rayburn*, Byron Allen, and Steve Sax [SM]
  • The last episode; guests are Tom Reilly, Paul Linke, Robert Shields, Charlie Callas, Mike Post, Eric Brown, and Bubba Smith (Ends w/a promo for "Dream House"!) [OC/286.4]

    JUVENILE JURY
    Jack Barry
    NBC, 1951-55:

  • One episode from 1953 [OC]
    SYNDICATED, 1970-71:
  • The premiere episode; guests are Mayor Sam Yordy and the Binglsey Twins [GSN/319.2]
  • Guest is Jackie Vernon [GSN]
  • Guests are *Monty Hall* (who plays a mock game of LMaD w/the kids) and Mayor Sam Yordy [GSN/386.9]
  • Guest is *Bob Barker* (who does a "Truth or Consequences" stunt w/the kids) [GSN/386.10]
    Nipsey Russell:
  • 1982; guest is Barry White [GSN/179.8]
  • 1982; guest is LaToya Jackson (One of the kids won't shut up, and Nipsey has to step in!) [GSN/237.1]
  • 1983; guests are Don Cornelius and Hal Williams [GSN/825.15]

    KEEP IT IN THE FAMILY-Bill Nimmo: The 1957 premiere episode [OC/315.4]

    KEYWORDS-Summer Sanders: The first two episodes from 2015 [episode 1 RPT, episode 2 OC]

    KID NATION-Jonathan Karsh: All 13 episodes of the series from 2007 [all OC]

    KIDS ON THE MOVE-Eric Lawson: Three episodes from 1998 [all RPT/638.9, 1025.2-3]

    KIDS QUIZ (local Pittsburgh show)-Nanette Chapman: One episode from 1981 (missing last few min.) [OC]

    KNOCKOUT-Arte Johnson: One episode from 1978 (part of end credits cut off) [??/235.2]

    KNOW YOUR HERITAGE (Chicago HS quiz)
    Hosea Sanders:
    Two episodes from 2000 [both OC]:

  • Providence St. Mel vs. Lincoln Park [442.1]
  • Morgan Park vs. Fenger (end credits missing) [476.2]
    John Conrad: Two episodes from 2001 [both OC]:
  • Orr vs. Roosevelt [576.3]
  • Hubbard vs. Harlan [615.1]
    Dorothy Tucker: Five episodes from 2002 [all OC]:
  • Gwendolyn Brooks vs. Roosevelt [706.1]
  • St. Ignatius vs. Hales Franciscan [706.2]
  • Hyde Park vs. N. Chicago [706.4]
  • Lincoln Park vs. Senn [727.2]
  • The finals episode w/Lincoln Park vs. Gwendolyn Brooks [727.3]
    Greg-Alan Williams:
  • Dunbar vs. Whitney M. Young from 2003 [OC/821.1]
  • Taft vs. Julian from 2003 [OC/821.2]
  • Morgan Park vs. South Shore from 2003 [OC/822.1]
  • The 2007 championship episode [OC]
    Dwayne Bryant: Four episodes from 2004 [all OC]:
  • Hubbard vs. Tilden [899.4]
  • Brooks vs. Washington
  • Taft vs. Olive Harvey [921.1]
  • A special episode w/DJs playing [921.4]

    KNOWLEDGE BOWL (Memphis HS quiz)
    Kyle Rote Jr.:

  • The 2003 championship episode [OC]
  • One episode from 2004 (opening/end credits missing) [OC]
  • The 2005 championship episode (and Kyle's last show) [OC]
    Jim Jaggers:
  • The 19th season premiere (and Jim's first show) from 2005 [OC]
  • The 2006 championship episode [OC]
  • Cordova vs. Craigmont from 2011 [OC]
  • Millington Central vs. Southwind from 2013 [OC]

    THE KRYPTON FACTOR
    Dick Clark:
    Three episodes from 1981:

  • The premiere episode [OC]
  • Two general episodes [1 OC, 1 SC]
    Willie Aames: Four episodes from 1990 [all OC]:
  • The premiere episode [362.7]
  • Three general episodes [159.4, 362.8]

    KWIK WITZ/QUICK WITZ
    Andi Matheny:

  • The 1996 premiere episode [OB/134.2]
  • One episode from 1997 [OC/64.3]
    Jillian Hamilton:
  • Her first episode from 1997 [OC/111.3]
    Robin Nance:
  • One episode from 1999 [OC/316.1]

    LABOR GAMES-Lisa Arch: The 2015 premiere episode [RPT]

    THE LAST WORD-Wink Martindale & Jennifer Lyall: Thirteen episodes from 1989:

  • The pilot; guests are Michael Corbett and Leann Hunley [SM]
  • A "preview" episode (aired as a Fox "Special Presentation"); guests are Jamie Farr and Michele Scarabelli [OB/D8.2]
  • The premiere episode; guests are Ted Lange and Jill Whelan (future "Good Day NY" and "Access Hollywood" host Tony Potts is a contestant!) [OC/94.7, also OB from US airing]
  • Guests are Jamie Farr and Susan Ruttan [RPT/94.9]
  • Guests are Ken Kercheval and Michele Scarabelli [OC/233.7]
  • Another episode w/same guests as above [SM]
  • Guests are Meredith MacRae and *Peter Marshall* [OB/94.10]
  • Guests are Gordon Jump and Leslie Easterbrook (most of end credits missing) [OC/233.8]
  • Guests are Andrew Stevens and Alaina Reed-Hall (part of end credits cut off) [OC/233.9]
  • Two consecutive episodes; guests are Paul Kreppel and Gloria Loring [both SM, also have one from OC/94.11]
  • Guests are June Lockhart and Dick Van Patten [OC/D10.2]
  • The last episode; guests are Edie McClurg and Pat Harrington [OC/94.12]

    LATE NIGHT LIARS-Larry Miller:

  • The 2010 premiere episode [OC]
  • A 2010 episode w/a Mickey Rourke puppet on the panel [OC]
  • A 2010 episode w/a Rosie O'Donnell puppet on the panel [OB]
  • A general 2010 episode [RPT]

    LAUGH LINE-Dick Van Dyke:
    One episode from 1959; panel is Louis Nye, Dorothy Loudon, Mike Nichols, and Elaine May [OC/1057.3]

    LEGENDS OF THE HIDDEN TEMPLE-Kirk Fogg:

  • The 1993 premiere episode [GAS/797.1]
  • Three general 1993 episodes [all GAS/698.13-14, 9222.4]
  • Three episodes from 1994 [all GAS/699.1-3]
  • Five episodes from 1995 [1 OB/97.12, 1 OC, 1 GAS/699.4, 2 SM]

    LET'S A$K AMERICA-Kevin Pereira:

  • The 2012 premiere episode [OB]
  • The 2nd season premiere from 2013 [GSN]
  • A special 2013 episode w/radio DJs playing for charity [GSN]
  • Three general 2013 episodes [all GSN]
  • A 2013 episode w/twins playing [GSN]
  • A 2013 episode w/a $45,500 win! [GSN]
  • A 2014 episode w/an emotional $23,000 win [GSN]
  • A 2104 episode w/a $35,500 win [GSN]
  • Valentine's Day 2014 episode (w/couples playing) [GSN]
  • Eight general 2014 episodes [all GSN]
  • A 2014 episode w/a $30,500 win [GSN]
  • A special "Cops vs. Firefighters" episode from 2014 [GSN]

    LET'S BOWL-Steve "Chopper" Sedahl & Wally Hotvedt
    Local Minneapolis run, 1995-98:

  • One episode from 1995 [OC/257.3]
  • One episode from 1998 [OC/487.3]
    COMEDY CENTRAL, 2001-02:
  • The 2001 premiere episode [RPT/629.1]
  • Two general 2001 episodes [1 OC, 1 RPT/626.5]
  • One episode from 2002 [OC]

    LET'S GO BACK-Scott Sternberg:

  • Two general 1991 episodes [both RPT/1054.9]
  • Then-unknown Ralph Garman and veteran GS champ John Goss's appearance from 1991 (w/a behind-the-scenes segment at the end!) [RPT]
  • Veteran GS champ Karen (Rachman) Levine's appearance from 1992 [RPT]
  • A general 1992 episode [RPT/1045.11]

    LET'S MAKE A DEAL
    Monty Hall

  • The 1963 pilot (w/a more sedate audience and no costumes) [SM/261.1, also GSN/804.1 and BZR, both w/better video quality and in 1-hour format]
    ABC DAYTIME, 1968-76:
  • The 2nd episode from 1968 [KIN]
  • Three episodes from 1969 [all KIN/843.3-4, 914.2]
  • One episode from 1974 [SC]
    ABC PRIMETIME, 1969-71:
  • The first primetime episode from 1969 [BZR]
  • Two episodes from 1970 [both GSN/646.14-15, also have one episode from BZR]
    SYNDICATED, 1971-77:
  • A 1971 episode w/a hilarious Zonk blooper! [GSN/756.5]
  • Four general 1971 episodes [3 FAM/196.8-10, 1 GSN/636.5]
  • A 1972 episode w/a Jaguar offered in the 1st deal! [GSN]
  • Seven general 1972 episodes [2 CBN/200.5; 202.10, 1 FAM/388.5, 2 GSN/756.6, 2 BZR]
  • A 1972 episode where a 2-car Big Deal is won! [BZR]
  • A 1973 episode taped at NBC Studios [GSN/926.9]
  • A general 1973 episode [GSN]
  • A 1973 episode where some loud ducks ruin a deal! [GSN]
  • A 1974 episode where Monty screws up a deal! [GSN]
  • A general 1974 episode [CBN/202.11]
  • A 1975 episode w/Zsa Zsa Gabor as a celebrity player [GSN/756.7]
  • A 1975 episode w/Nipsey Russell as a celebrity player [GSN/756.8]
  • A 1975 episode w/Milton Berle as a celebrity player [GSN]
  • Four general 1975 episodes [3 FAM/122.3; 196.11-12, 1 GSN/926.10]
  • A 1975 episode w/the rare Bricklin SV-1 sports car offered [GSN]
  • A 1975 episode whose taping was featured in the $Deal$ documentary [GSN]
  • A 1976 episode where Barbara Lyon fills in for Carol [GSN]
  • Four general 1976 episodes [1 FAM/122.4, 3 GSN/756.9]
  • The first Las Vegas episode from 1976 [GSN/791.3]
  • Four 1976 episodes from Las Vegas [2 FAM/122.5; 196.7, 1 CBN/202.12, 1 GSN/756.10]
  • Three general 1977 episodes from Las Vegas [2 FAM/D34.4; 122.6, 1 RPT]
  • The last episode from 1977 (w/an appearance by Monty's daughter, Joanna Gleason, at the beginning!) [CBN/203.2]
    SYNDICATED, 1980-81:
  • Two episodes from 1980 [both RPT/94.1, 96.4]
  • One episode from 1981 (w/a "Jackpot" contestant plug) [RPT/96.9]
  • The first few minutes of a 1981 episode (ends just after 1st deal) [RPT]
    SYNDICATED, 1984-86 ("The All-New Let's Make a Deal"):
  • The 1984 premiere episode [GSN/778.5]
  • The 2nd episode (and first appearance of "Door #4") [OC/101.10, also FAM/122.7]
  • Five general 1984 episodes [3 FAM/122.8; 122.9; 122.10, 1 OB/203.14, 1 GSN]
  • The first episode w/the short-lived Door #4 cash wheel from 1984 [GSN]
  • The first episode w/the revised Door #4 wheel from 1984 [GSN]
  • A 1984 episode w/the first-ever Door #4 car win! [GSN]
  • A general 1985 episode w/part of the production slate due to a technical error [USA]
  • A general 1985 episode w/a mid-break bumper AND 2 original commercials during the final break due to a technical error! [BZR]
  • The first episode w/the final version of the Door #4 wheel from 1985 [BZR]
  • A 1985 episode where a contestant hosts part of one deal [BZR]
  • A 1985 episode where a prize is revealed prematurely during one deal! [BZR]
  • A week of shows from 1985 w/Geoff Edwards guest-hosting [all FAM/D123.6; 110.7-10, which are missing end credits, also have Thu. ep from GSN, and entire week from BZR, which is complete]
  • Monty's first show back after his laryngitis from 1985 [FAM/110.11, which is missing end credits, also BZR, complete]
  • Thirteen general 1985 episodes (most have end credits missing/partially cut off) [1 USA, 9 FAM/D123.2-5; 110.12-13; 212.12-14, 3 BZR]
  • A 1985 episode where Monty gets kissed by a man! [FAM, also BZR]
  • A 1985 episode where Monty introduces the offstage crew [FAM]
  • A 1986 episode where Dean Goss accidentally gives away the end of a deal! [FAM]
  • Seven general 1986 episodes [all FAM/196.1-6]
  • The last episode from 1986; Carol Merrill and Jay Stewart appear! (missing intro) [OB/203.13]
    Bob Hilton:
  • The 1990 premiere episode [SM/299.11]
  • Five general 1990 episodes [2 OB/D40.3; 224.1, 2 OC/234.5; 388.1]
  • A 1990 episode w/an appearance by Sally Struthers (color pops in and out due to reception problems) [OB/224.2]
  • Monty's first show back (as guest host) from 1990 (w/an appearance by Burt Lancaster!) [OC/280.4]
  • Halloween 1990 episode (w/all audience members in costume) [OC]
  • Four general 1990 episodes w/Monty guest-hosting [all OC/D24.3, 228.10]
  • The last episode from 1991 (again w/Monty guest-hosting) [OC/354.12]
    Billy Bush:
  • The 2002 pilot [SM] (all other episodes are from the 2003 series run)
  • The premiere episode [OC/795.3, also SM]
  • A "rough cut" of the premiere episode [SM]
  • A general episode [SM]
  • An episode w/an appearance by Monty Hall (who hosts one deal w/a former contestant!) [OC/807.1]
    Wayne Brady:
  • One of the first taped episodes from 2009 [OC]
  • The 2009 premiere episode [OC]
  • Four general 2009 episodes [all OC]
  • Halloween 2009 episode (w/everyone dressed as zombies!) [RPT]
  • A 2010 episode w/a former 1966 contestant [OC]
  • The 100th episode from 2010 [RPT]
  • A 2010 episode w/a guest appearance by Monty Hall! [OC]
  • The 2nd season premiere from 2010 [OC]
  • Four general 2010 episodes [1 OB, 3 OC]
  • Halloween 2010 episode (w/all holiday-related deals) [OC]
  • A 2010 episode where a record $78,000+ is given away! [OC]
  • A 2010 episode where the 2nd annual "Dealy Awards" are held [OB]
  • Christmas 2010 episode (w/holiday-related costumes and deals) [OC]
  • A special "Around the World"-themed episode from 2011 [OC]
  • Earth Day 2011 episode (w/environmentally-friendly prizes offered) [OC]
  • Two general 2011 episodes [1 RPT, 1 OC]
  • Mother's Day 2011 episode (w/all mom-related prizes) [OC]
  • The 3rd season premiere from 2011 (now w/the new set) [OC]
  • A 2011 episode w/an on-air marriage proposal before the Big Deal! [OC]
  • Halloween 2011 episode [OC]
  • The 400th episode from 2011 [OC]
  • A special "family" episode from 2011 (w/parent-child teams playing, and an appearance by Wayne's daughter at the end!) [OC]
  • Christmas 2011 episode [OC]
  • A 2012 episode w/an appearance by Jack Wagner [OC]
  • "A Salute to the Grammies" from 2012 (w/an appearance by Kenny Loggins) [OC]
  • Five general 2012 episodes [4 OC, 1 RPT]
  • Valentine's Day 2012 episode (Wayne sings during the 1st deal!) [OC]
  • A 2012 episode w/a $73,000+ Super Deal win! [OC]
  • The 4th season premiere from 2012 [OC]
  • Halloween 2012 episode (w/Wayne, Jonathan, and Tiffany in costume!) [OC]
  • "America Day" from 2012 [OC]
  • A special "family" episode (w/parent-child teams playing) from 2012 [OC]
  • A special "family" episode from Christmas 2012 (w/parent-child teams and the contestants in holiday-related costumes) [OC]
  • "Twitter Day" from 2013 [OC]
  • A special "family" episode from 2013 [OC]
  • Valentine's Day 2013 episode [OC]
  • A special 50th anniversary episode from 2013 (w/a return visit by Monty Hall and Carol Merrill!) [OC]
  • "College Day" from 2013 [RPT]
  • A special "Zonk Redemption" episode from April Fools' Day 2013 [OC]
  • A 2013 episode w/a $72,000+ Super Deal win! [OC]
  • Seven general 2013 episodes [all OC]
  • "Teachers' Day" from 2013 [OC]
  • A 2013 episode from "Big Money Week" [OC]
  • "A Salute to the Grammies" from 2013 (missing first 2 minutes; Wayne announces Tiffany's pregnancy at the end!) [OC]
  • The 5th season premiere from 2013 [OC]
  • A special "Breast Cancer Awareness" episode from 2013 [OC]
  • A 2013 episode w/a record "Strike a Match" win! [OC]
  • Halloween 2013 episode [OC]
  • A special "baby shower" episode (w/expectant couples playing) from 2013 [OC]
  • "Twitter Day II" from 2013 [OC]
  • A special "family" episode from Christmas 2013 [OC]
  • A 2014 episode from "Big Money Week" [OC]
  • A special Grammy-themed episode from 2014 [OC]
  • Valentine's Day 2014 episode [OC]
  • A special "Zonk Redemption" episode from April Fools' Day 2014 [OC]
  • Pre-Mother's Day 2014 episode [OC]
  • A 2014 episode w/a $73,000+ Super Deal win! [RPT]
  • A 2014 episode w/an appearance by Aisha Tyler (who co-hosts during one deal) [OC]
  • A 2014 episode w/an appearance by Julie Chen (who co-hosts during one deal) [OC]
  • The 6th season premiere from 2014 [OC]
  • A 2014 episode w/a $71,000+ Super Deal win! [OC]
  • Five general 2014 episodes [4 OC, 1 RPT]
  • A special "Breast Cancer Awareness" episode from 2014 [OC]
  • "Twitter Day" from 2014 [OC]
  • A 2014 episode w/a record $24,000+ "Go Big or Go Home" win! [OC]
  • Halloween 2014 episode [OC]
  • A special "musical" episode (where everyone sings their lines) from 2014 [OC]
  • A 2014 episode w/a $23,000+ "Strike a Match" win and NO Zonks chosen during the entire show! [OC]
  • Pre-Thanksgiving 2014 episode (w/holiday-related deals; missing first minute due to weather bulletin) [OC]
  • A 2014 episode w/the debut of "Passport Stamp" (missing first minute due to weather bulletin) [OC]
  • A 2014 episode w/a $20,000 "Smash for Cash" win (only the 2nd time ever!) [OC]
  • A special "family" episode from Christmas 2014 [OC]
  • A 2015 episode where the "Dealy Awards" are held [OC]
  • "A Salute to the Grammies" from 2015 (w/an appearance by Smokey Robinson!) [OC]
  • Valentine's Day 2015 episode [OC]
  • A 2015 episode w/a $71,000+ Super Deal win! [OC]
  • A 2015 episode w/a record "Move On Up" win [OC]
  • Four general 2015 episodes [3 OC, 1 RPT]
  • April Fools' Day 2015 episode (w/a completely backwards format!) [OC]
  • The 1,001st episode from 2015 [OC]
  • A special "Zonk Redemption" episode from 2015 [OC]
  • A special "Christmas in July" family episode from 2015 [OC]
  • The 7th season premiere from 2015; it's a special "Mega Deal" episode [OC]
  • Another "Mega Deal Week" episode from 2015 [OC]
  • A 2015 episode w/an on-camera appearance by producer Chris Ahern [OC]
  • A special "Breast Cancer Awareness" episode from 2015 [OC]
  • "Twitter Day" from 2015 [OC]
  • Halloween 2015 episode [OC]
  • A 2015 episode w/the first "Pair-a-Dice" win in 4 years! [OC]
  • A 2015 episode w/a rare "0 to 80" win [OC]
  • Two episodes from Christmas 2015 (one is a special "family" episode, w/parent-child teams playing) [both OC]
  • A 2016 episode where the "Dealy Awards" are held [OC]
  • A special "Nerds Rule" episode from 2016 (w/an appearance by Stan Lee and a home viewer participating in one deal via Skype!) [OC]
  • A 2016 episode w/a record $26,000+ "Go Big or Go Home" win [OC]
  • A 2016 episode w/a record $21,000+ "Car Pong" win [OC]
  • A special Mardi Gras-themed episode from 2016 [OC]
  • Valentine's Day 2016 episode (w/paired-up singles playing) [OC]
  • A 2016 episode where "The Great Escape" is won in record time! [OC]
  • Six general 2016 episodes [all OC]
  • St. Patrick's Day 2016 episode (missing small part of 2nd segment due to CBS News special report) [OC]
  • A special "College Rivalry" episode from 2016 [OC]
  • April Fools' Day 2016 episode (w/Wayne, Tiffany and Jonathan rotating roles during the show!) [OC]
  • A 2016 episode where a contestant chases Jonathan across the set! [OC]
  • Pre-Mother's Day 2016 episode (w/moms playing) [OC]
  • A 2016 episode from "Mash-Up Week" (w/a playing of "Master Key" and an appearance by James Halloran!) [OC]
  • A special "Zonk Redemption" episode from 2016 [OC]
  • "A Salute to the Tony awards" from 2016 [OC]
  • A special "Christmas in July" family episode from 2016 [OC]
  • The 8th season premiere from 2016; it's a special "Mega Deal" episode (missing 15 min. due to CBS News special report) [OC]
  • A special "Oktoberfest" episode from 2016 [OC]
  • A 2016 episode w/an appearance by Sheryl Underwood [OC]
  • A special "Breast Cancer Awareness" episode from 2016 [OC]
  • Halloween 2016 episode [OC]
  • Pre-Thanksgiving 2016 episode [OC]
  • A special "Slumber Party" episode (w/everyone in sleepwear!) from 2016 [OC]
  • Two episodes from Christmas 2016 (one is a special "family" episode, w/parent-child teams playing) [both OC]
  • New Year's episode from 2017 [OC]
  • A 2017 episode where the "Dealy Awards" are held [OC]
  • A 2017 episode where a home viewer participates in one deal via Skype [OC]
  • Groundhog Day 2017 episode (w/a deal that perpetually repeats itself!) [OC]
  • Valentine's Day 2017 episode (w/paired-up singles playing) [OC]
  • Three general 2017 episodes [all OC]
  • A special Mardi Gras-themed episode from 2017 [OC]
  • A special "Nerds Rule" episode from 2017 [OC]
  • A special "College Rivalry" episode from 2017 [OC]
  • A 2017 episode w/a nearly $23,000 "Strike a Match" win [OC]
  • A special "prom" episode from 2017 [OC]
  • A special food-themed episode from 2017 [OC]
  • Pre-Mother's Day 2017 episode [OC]
  • A special "Zonk Redemption" episode from 2017 [OC]
  • A 2017 episode where the staff attacks Wayne w/snowballs and Jonathan's sons make an appearance! [OC]
  • A special "Christmas in July" family episode from 2017 [OC]

    LETTERS TO LAUGH-IN-Gary Owens: The 2nd episode from 1969; guests are Dan Rowan, JoAnne Worley, Angie Dickinson, and Jack E. Leonard [SM]

    LIAR'S CLUB
    Rod Serling:
    Two episodes from 1969 [both SM]:

  • Guests are Rolfe Peterson, Betty White (BW), Dick Gautier (DG), and Pia Lindstrom (missing final segment)
  • Guests are Norm Crosby, Betty Walker, Bill Bixby, and BW
    Bill Armstrong
    KTLA, 1974-75:
  • The pilot; guests are Larry Hovis (LH), BW, Peter Marshall, and Pat McCormick [KIN]
  • Guests are Peter Marshall, Fannie Flagg, Joey Bishop, and George Savalas [USA/D61.4]
  • Guests are LH, JoAnne Worley, Peter Marshall, and Pat McCormick [USA/D23.3]
  • A partial episode; guests are Peter Lawford, BW, *Jim McKrell*, and LH (cuts off after round 3) [USA]
    SYNDICATED, 1976-77:
  • 1976; guests are LH, DG, Fannie Flagg, and Joey Bishop [USA/D2.3]
  • Another 1976 episode w/same guests as above [USA/D2.4]
  • 1976; guests are LH, DG, Loretta Swit, and Joey Bishop [USA/D23.2]
  • 1976; guests are LH, Norm Crosby, Linda-Kaye Henning, and DG [USA/216.3]
  • 1976; guests are LH, Peter Marshall, Mitzi McCall, and Charlie Brill [USA/D23.4]
  • 1976; guests are LH, Burt Reynolds, BW, and Norman Fell (Allen Ludden makes a brief appearance at the beginning; ironic, huh?) [USA/D23.5]
  • 197?; guests are LH, Bob Crane, Harvey Korman, and Tom Bosley (only ONE correct bet is made in the entire game!) [USA/D9.3]
    Allen Ludden:
  • 1977; guests are LH, Dionne Warwick, BW, and DG (glitchy video first 2 min.) [SM]
  • 1977; guests are LH, Peter Haskell, BW, and Buddy Hackett [SM]
  • 1978; guests are LH, David Letterman, BW, and DG [SM]
    Eric Boardman ("The New Liar's Club"): Ten episodes from 1988:
  • The 2nd episode; guests are Rebecca Arthur, Paul Kreppel, Teri Copley, and John Barbour (JB) [OC/411.9, also RPT]
  • Guests are JoAnne Worley, Fred Willard, Anne-Marie Johnson, and JB [RPT]
  • Guests are Jim Byrnes, Don Yesso, Alison LaPlaca, and JB [GTV]
  • Guests are Betty Thomas, Jed Allan, Kate Linder, and JB [RPT/406.14]
  • Guests are Heidi Bohay, Bill Kirchenbauer, Alaina Reed, and JB (part of end credits cut off) [OC/95.5]
  • Guests are Deborah Tranelli, *Marc Summers*, Beverly Garland, and JB [RPT/627.10]
  • Guests are Tonja Walker, Bryan Genesse, Leslie Easterbrook, and JB [GTV]
  • Guests are Stella Stevens, Pete Barbutti, Lisa Howard, and JB [GTV]
  • Guests are James Doohan, Pete Barbutti, Arlene Golonka, and JB [GTV]
  • Guests are Teresa Ganzel, Jimmie Walker, Shannon Tweed, and JB [OB/D75.1]

    LIE DETECTORS-Rove McManus: Four episodes from 2015 [all RPT]:

  • Guests are Dave Hill, Gina Brillon, and Sherrod Small
  • Guests are Nick Turner, Jamie Lee and Christian Finnegan
  • Guests are Sean Donnelly, Rachel Finstein and Casey Jost
  • Guests are Ralphie May, Arden Myrin and Sherrod Small

    THE LINE-Jeff Davis & Candace Bailey: The first two episodes from 2014 [both OC]

    LINGO
    Michael Reagan & Dusty Martell:
    Six episodes from 1987 [all OB]:

  • The premiere episode [224.3]
  • Three consecutive episodes (episode 3 is missing part of the beginning, but includes a $64,000 win!) [D34.1-3]
  • Two general episodes w/the 2nd jackpot system [D47.2, 96.5]
    Ralph Andrews & Margaux MacKenzie: Two episodes from 1988 [both SM]:
  • Their first episode
  • An episode w/an amazing No Lingo Round!
    Chuck Woolery:
  • The 2002 premiere episode [OC/742.9]
  • A 2002 episode w/a hilarious blooper at the end! [RPT/752.2]
  • A 2002 episode where a team wins *$0* in Bonus Lingo [RPT]
  • The 2nd season premiere from 2002 (now from Los Angeles) [OC/776.9]
  • Future political mistress Rielle Hunter's appearance from 2002 [RPT]
  • Christmas 2002 episode [OC/770.2]
  • Valentine's Day 2003 episode (w/the contestants dressed as Cupids and angels) [OC/786.1]
  • "Patriot Day" from 2003 (w/the contestants in costume) [RPT/816.11]
  • A 2003 episode where the game ends in a tie [RPT/842.9]
  • A 2003 episode w/a record *10* words guessed in Bonus Lingo! [RPT]
  • Two general 2003 episodes [both SM]
  • A "GSN Hosts Special" from April Fools' Day 2003 w/Mark L. Walberg & Marc Summers vs. Kennedy & Graham Elwood (Todd Newton announces) [OC/816.5]
  • The 3rd season premiere from 2003 (now w/new set, music and Stacey Hayes as "Lingo Linguist") w/CA Gubernatorial candidates Scott Mednick & Kelley Kimball vs. Ron Palmieri & David "Uncle" Sams [OC]
  • The "official" 3rd season premiere from 2003 [OC/883.4]
  • A special 2004 episode w/young National Spelling Bee champs playing [OC/969.1]
  • A "child stars" special from 2004 w/Mayim Bialik & Michael Fishman vs. Susan Olsen & David Faustino [OC/969.2]
  • A special Olympians episode from 2004 w/Janet Evans & Bruce Jenner vs. Tai Babilonia & Mitch Gaylord [OC/969.3]
  • Two general 2004 episodes [both RPT]
  • A special "reality TV" episode from 2004 w/Brennan Swain & Rob Frisbee vs. Erin Brodie & Darva Conger [OC/969.4]
  • A special Playboy Playmates episode from 2004 w/Cara Wakelin & Carmella DeCesare vs. Miriam Gonzalez & Lauren Michelle Hill [OC/969.5]
  • All 7 episodes of the 2004 Tournament of Champions [all OC/969.6-12]
  • The first two episodes of the 4th season from 2005 [OC]
  • "Mother/Daughter Day" from 2005 [RPT]
  • A celebrity episode from 2005 w/Trista Sutter & Rachel Hunter vs. George Wallace & George Wendt [OC/1040.6]
  • Five general 2005 episodes [all RPT]
  • "Sisters' Day" from 2005 [RPT]
  • "Twins' Day" from 2005 [RPT]
  • A 2005 episode from "Hawaii Week" [RPT]
  • The 5th season premiere from 2006 [OC]
  • A 2006 episode w/the first-ever Bonus Lingo jackpot win [OC]
  • A 2006 episode from "Fiesta Week" [OC]
  • A 2006 episode where the game ends in a tie [RPT]
  • Four general 2006 episodes [1 OC, 3 RPT]
  • A 2006 episode from "Armed Forces Week" [OC]
  • "Twins' Day" from 2006 [OC]
  • A 2006 episode from "Sci-Fi Week" [OC]
  • A 2006 episode w/a $35,000 Bonus Lingo jackpot win (and an appearance by Chuck's son) [RPT]
  • The 6th season premiere from 2007 [OC]
  • A 2007 episode from "Win With Words Week" (w/teacher-student teams) [OC]
  • "Sisters' Day" from 2007 (w/a record $41,000 Bonus Lingo jackpot win!) [OC]
  • A 2007 episode where a Bonus Lingo answer gets censored! [RPT]
  • A 2007 episode w/a $21,000 Bonus Lingo jackpot win [RPT/1057.16]
    Bill Engvall: Six episodes from 2011:
  • The premiere episode [RPT]
  • An episode w/a $100,000 win! [OC]
  • Two general episodes [both RPT]
  • An episode w/newlyweds playing [RPT]
  • A special "American Heroes" episode [RPT]

    LOHMAN & BARKLEY'S NAMEDROPPERS-Al Lohman & Roger Barkley:
    The next-to-last episode from 1970; guests are Bob Cummings, Ruth Buzzi, and Bob Newhart [SM]

    THE LONG ISLAND CHALLENGE-Scott Feldman:

  • The hour-long 1998 championship episode [OC/538.2]
  • Suffolk All-Stars vs. Nassau All-Stars from 1999 [OC/333.10]
  • The hour-long 1999 championship episode [OC/352.2]
  • A special "Family Style" episode from 2000 [OC/482.2]
  • The 2000 championship episode [OC/482.5]
  • The 2001 championship episode [OC/610.2]
  • The 2002 championship episode [OC/741.2]
  • The 2003 championship episode [RPT/833.6]

    LOVE CONNECTION
    Chuck Woolery:

  • One episode from 1983 [OC/914.11]
  • One episode from 1987 (end credits missing) [OC]
  • Two episodes from 1988 [1 OC, 1 GSN]
  • One episode from 1989 [GSN]
  • A 1990 episode w/a former "Newlywed Game" contestant [GSN]
  • A 1991 episode w/one of the best dates in LC history [GSN/1037.8]
  • Two general 1991 episodes [1 OC, 1 GSN/786.2]
  • A 1991 episode where Chuck does something he's never done before! [GSN/1037.9]
  • One episode from 1992 [GSN/836.8]
  • One episode from 1993 [OC]
  • One episode from 1994 [OB/419.1]
    Pat Bullard:
  • The 1998 premiere episode [OC/262.4]
  • Two general 1998 episodes [both OC/300.9, 316.3]
  • A general 1999 episode [RPT/384.3]
    Andy Cohen:
  • The 2017 premiere episode [RPT]
  • A general 2017 episode [RPT]
  • "The Real Housewives of NY" cast member Ramona Singer's appearance from 2017 [OC]

    LOVE CRUISE-Justin Gunn: All 7 episodes of the series from 2001 [all OC/632.1-6, 639.7]

    THE LOVE EXPERTS-Bill Cullen:

  • The 197? pilot (hosted by Jack Cassidy); guests are Alejandro Rey, Totie Fields, and June Lockhart (missing intro/ending) [KIN/693.1]
  • 1978; guests are David Letterman, JoAnne Worley, Soupy Sales, and JoAnn Pflug (has time code on screen) [SM]
  • Two episodes from 1978; guests are JoAnne Worley, *Geoff Edwards*, Elaine Joyce, and Soupy Sales [both SM/651.1-2]

    LOVE ME, LOVE ME NOT

  • The 1985 pilot (w/a four-member panel and no hostess) [SM/260.3]
    Ross Shafer & Jane MacDougal:
  • The 1986 premiere episode [RPT/627.9]
  • A 1986 episode w/male contestants and a female panel [GTV]
  • Two 1986 episodes w/female contestants and a male panel [both GTV]
    Ross Shafer & Marilyn Smith:
  • The 1986 premiere episode [OC]
  • Three 1986 episodes w/male contestants and a female panel [1 OC/95.7, 2 GTV]
  • Two 1986 episodes w/female contestants and a male panel [1 OB/95.11, 1 OC]

    LOVE TRIANGLE-Wendy Williams: One episode from 2011 [OC]

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