My Game Shows, Q-S

QUEEN FOR A DAY-Jack Bailey:

  • One episode from 1958 (45 min.) [OC]
  • One episode from 1960 [OC]

    THE $64,000 QUESTION-Hal March:

  • A 1955 episode w/Dr. Joyce Brothers going for $16,000 (has time code at bottom of screen) [SC/278.5]
  • The 1st anniversary episode from 1956 (w/appearances by former champs) [OB]
  • A 1956 episode w/Randolph Churchill as a contestant [OC]
  • A 1958 episode w/Virgil Earp (Wyatt's nephew!) going for $32,000 [OC]

    THE $128,000 QUESTION
    Mike Darrow:

  • The 1976 premiere episode [RPT]
    Alex Trebek:
  • Five consecutive episodes from 1977 w/10-time GS contestant Don Benn (first 2 episodes missing end credits) [all OC/606.1-5]

    QUICK AS A FLASH: The 1952 pilot (hosted by Bill Cullen); guests are Boris Karloff and Wendy Barrie [SM]

    QUICK ON THE DRAW-Paul Winchell: One episode from 1952 [OB]

    QUICKSILVER-Ron Maestri: Five episodes from 1994:

  • The premiere episode [OC/D90.3]
  • Three general episodes [2 OC, 1 RPT/710.11]
  • Veteran GS champ Robert Wargo's appearance [OC]

    QUIZ CENTRAL (Michigan HS quiz)-Kurt Wilson: Roscommon vs. Tawas from 2005 [OB]

    QUIZ KIDS
    Joe Kelly:
    One episode from 1951; guest is Milton Berle [OC]
    Jim McKrell: One episode from 1978 (part of opening missing) [OB]

    THE QUIZ KIDS CHALLENGE-Jonathan Prince: Four episodes from 1990:

  • The premiere episode [OC/217.1]
  • Three general episodes [1 OC, 2 GSN/176.1; 344.10]

    QUIZBUSTERS (Michigan HS quiz)-Matt Ottinger: One episode from 1998 [OB/287.1]

    RANDOM ACTS OF COMEDY-David Alan Grier: Two episodes from 1999 [both OC]:

  • Guest is Dan Castelanetta [394.4]
  • Another episode w/same guest as above [394.5]

    READY...SET...COOK!
    Robin Young:

  • One episode from 1995 [OB/97.9]
    Sissy Biggers:
  • One episode from 1998 [OC/276.5]
  • Two general 1999 episodes [both OC/384.1, 384.4]
    Ainsley Harriott:
  • Two episodes from 2001 [both OC/592.8, 611.8]

    THE REEL GAME-Jack Barry: The last episode from 1971; guest is Janet Leigh [SC]

    THE REEL TO REEL PICTURE SHOW-Peter Marshall: Four episodes from 1998:

  • The premiere episode; guests are Michael Winslow and Stella Stevens [OC/244.3]
  • Guests are Tom Poston and Stefanie Powers [RPT/270.2]
  • Guests are Lainie Kazan and Abe Vigoda [OC/262.6]
  • Guests are Linda Blair and Robert Hays [OC/262.10]

    RELATIVELY SPEAKING-John Byner:

  • The 1988 premiere episode; panel is Annie Bloom, Jamie Farr, Meredith MacRae, and Paul Kreppel [OC]
  • 1988; panel is Annie Bloom, Jamie Farr, Sally Struthers, and Dick Martin [OC/233.1]
  • 1988; panel is Annie Bloom, Steve Allen, Charlotte Rae, and Robb Weller [OB]
  • 1988; panel is Annie Bloom, Pat Harrington, Sally Struthers, and Bill Kirchenbauer [OB]
  • 1989; panel is Meredith MacRae, Henry Polic II, Marsha Warfield, and *Peter Marshall* (missing first/last few min.) [OB]
  • 1989; panel is Meredith MacRae, Jamie Farr, Alaina Reed, and George Wyner [OC]

    REMEMBER THIS?-Al Roker: The 1996 premiere episode [OC/D57.5]

    REMOTE CONTROL-Ken Ober
    MTV, 1987-90:

  • Both aired 1987 pilots [both SM/1026.9-10]
  • The first eight episodes from 1987 [all OC]
  • A general 1987 episode [RPT]
  • A 1987 episode w/the infamous triple yank [RPT]
  • Kari Wuhrer's first episode from 1988 [OB/490.7]
  • A 1988 episode taped at a contestant's house! [OB]
  • A 1988 episode where Weird Al Yankovic makes an appearance in his own channel! (missing intro) [OB]
  • A special outdoor "Spring Break" episode from 1988 (end credits missing) [OB/490.2]
  • A 1988 episode w/an appearance by Bob Eubanks! (part of end credits cut off) [OC/146.15]
  • A 1988 episode that's supposedly "The Lost Episode" from 1975 (end credits missing) [OB/490.1]
  • A 1988 episode where Colin punishes an audience member for stealing a tennis racket! (intro/end credits missing) [OC]
  • A 1988 episode w/an appearance by Weird Al Yankovic during "Sing Along w/Colin" [OB]
  • A 1988 episode w/an appearance by LL Cool J [RPT]
  • A 1988 episode w/Colin's birthday celebrated [OB]
  • "A Salute to Adhesives" from 1988 (end credits missing) [OB/490.3]
  • Two general 1988 episodes [1 OB, 1 OC]
  • A celebrity episode from 1988 w/LL Cool J, "Downtown" Julie Brown, and Weird Al Yankovic (missing intro) [OB/328.4]
  • A 1988 episode w/sports stars Phil McConkey, "Steve Sax", and Sidney Green (end credits missing) [OB/490.5]
  • "A Salute to Metal" from 1988 w/"Dizzy" Dean Davidson, Lorraine Lewis, and Charlie Benante [OB/490.8]
  • A celebrity episode from 1988 w/Brandon Cruz, Butch Patrick, and Danny Bonaduce [RPT]
  • "A Salute to Cindy Brady" from 1988 [RPT/144.14]
  • "A Salute to Dairy" from 1988 (w/a live cow in the studio!) [OB/545.7]
  • A 1988 episode where all 3 contestants play Think Real Fast due to a tie for 2nd place [OB]
  • A 1988 episode w/a record 255 points scored! [OB]
  • A 1988 episode where the set malfunctions during the 2nd Off the Air! [OB]
  • A 1988 episode w/an on-camera appearance by future "Nick Arcade" host Phil Moore [OB]
  • Christmas 1988 episode (w/the contestants as the 3 Wise Men!) [OB]
  • The 3rd season premiere from 1989 (most of opening missing) [OB]
  • A 1989 episode w/an appearance by Jerry Mathers [OB]
  • Valentine's Day 1989 episode [OB]
  • A 1989 episode w/three Penthouse Pets as "coaches" [OB]
  • A special "Spring Break" episode from 1990 w/Colin Quinn guest-hosting and M.C. Hammer as announcer/sidekick [OB]
  • Four general 1990 episodes [1 OB/490.4, 1 OC, 1 SM, 1 RPT]
  • The last episode from 1990 (w/Colin Quinn guest-hosting and Dr. Dre & Ed Lover as sidekicks) [OB]
    SYNDICATED, 1989-90:
  • The 1989 syndie premiere episode w/former "Brady Bunch" kids Susan Olsen, Barry Williams, and Eve Plumb (no end credits) [RPT/144.13]
  • Two general 1989 episodes [both OB/490.9-10]
  • A 1989 episode w/an appearance by Benny Hill! (missing first 2 min.) [OB]
  • "World Class Athletes Day" from 1989 w/Ron Gretzner, Boomer Esiason, and David Cohen [OB/490.6]
  • A general 1990 episode (missing first 2 min.) [OC]
  • "A Salute to Mardi Gras" from 1990 (w/everyone in costume) [SM]

    RHYME AND REASON-Bob Eubanks:
    The 1975 pilot; guests are Nipsey Russell, Lee Meriwether, Richard Dawson, Jaye P. Morgan, Jack Cassidy, and Adrienne Barbeau [SM/229.7]

    THE RICH LIST-Eammon Holmes: The 2006 premiere (and only!) episode [OC]

    ROCK & ROLL JEOPARDY!-Jeff Probst:

  • The first two episodes from 1998 [both OC/244.1-2]
  • A celebrity episode from 1998 w/Graham Nash, Mark McGrath, and Joe Walsh [RPT/753.8]
  • A celebrity episode from 1998 w/Wallace Langham, Yasmine Bleeth, and David Alan Grier [RPT/753.14]
  • Five general 1998 episodes [all RPT/753.1-5]
  • The 2nd season premiere from 1999; it's a celebrity episode w/Joshua Morrow, Edwin McCain, and Mark McGrath [OC/352.4, also RPT/753.12]
  • A celebrity episode from 1999 w/Art Alexakis, Jane Wiedlin, and Shawn Stockman [OC/352.5, also RPT/753.13]
  • A celebrity episode from 1999 w/Danny Masterson, Meredith Brooks, and George Thorogood [RPT/753.9]
  • Two general 1999 episodes [1 RPT/753.6, 1 GSN]
  • A celebrity episode from 1999 w/Dave Mustaine, Moon Zappa, and George Clinton [RPT/753.10]
  • A celebrity episode from 1999 w/Brad Garrett, Kathy Griffin, and *Bob Goen* [RPT/753.11]
  • A 1999 episode w/entertainment columnists Phil Gallo, Candace Murphy, and Jefferson Graham [RPT/753.7]
  • The 3rd season premiere from 2000 w/Andy Summers, Brian McKnight, and C.C. DeVille [OC/483.8]
  • A celebrity episode from 2000 w/Mark McGrath, Mick Jones, and Vince Neil [RPT/768.4]
  • A celebrity episode from 2000 w/The Dixie Chicks (Martie Seidel, Natalie Maines, and Emily Robison) [RPT/544.1]
  • Six general 2000 episodes [all RPT/544.2-5, 544.7-8]
  • A celebrity episode from 2000 w/Greg Proops, *Kari Wuhrer*, and Graham Nash [RPT/544.6]
  • A celebrity episode from 2000 w/Tyler Stewart, Nile Rodgers, and Steven Page [RPT/753.15]
  • The 4th season premiere from 2001 w/"Survivor: The Australian Outback" castaways Jeff Varner, Elisabeth Filarski, and Colby Donaldson [OC/586.8]
  • A celebrity episode from 2001 w/Gary "Bababooey" Dell'Abate, Weird Al Yankovic, and K.C. [OC/611.2]
  • Two general 2001 episodes [both GSN/753.16]
  • A special 90s-themed episode from 2001 [GSN]
  • A celebrity episode from 2001 w/Geoff Tate, Scott Ian, and Adrian Young [OC/611.3]

    ROCKIN' BOWL-Gary Sebiel & Randy Pedersen: Two episodes from 2000 [both OB]:

  • A general episode
  • The championship episode (and last show of the series)

    RODEO DRIVE-Louise DuArt: Four episodes from 1990:

  • The premiere episode (part of end credits cut off) [OB/D59.4]
  • The 2nd episode [OC/125.12]
  • Two general episodes [both OC/780.2]

    RUCKUS-Amazing Jonathan: Four episodes from 1991 [all GSN]:

  • The premiere episode [176.2]
  • Two general episodes
  • An episode w/an appearance by Merv Griffin

    RUMOR HAS IT-Brian O'Connor: The 1993 premiere episode [OB/484.5]

    RUSSIAN ROULETTE-Mark L. Walberg:

  • The 2002 premiere episode [OC/728.2]
  • Future "TPiR" millionaire Adam Rose's appearance from 2002 [RPT]
  • A celebrity episode from 2002 w/Kristin Malia, Ken Taylor, Danny Bonaduce, and Gayle Anderson [OC/728.5]
  • Former "Blockbusters" and "$25K Pyramid" champ (La)Rae Dillman's appearance from 2002 [RPT/742.4]
  • A 2002 episode w/a $100,000 win! [RPT/742.10]
  • Halloween 2002 episode (w/some VERY unusual contestants!) [OC/760.5]
  • ATGSer Joe Van Ginkel's appearance from 2002 [RPT/776.3]
  • A 2002 episode w/another $100,000 win! [RPT/776.7]
  • Christmas 2002 episode (w/Mark as Santa, the contestants as Mrs. Claus, and holiday-themed questions) [OC/770.4]
  • April Fool's Day 2003 episode (w/Todd Newton hosting) [OC/816.6]

    $ALE OF THE CENTURY
    Jim Perry
    NBC, 1983-89:

  • The 1983 premiere episode (w/Salli "only 8" Deep" Julian, rainbow buzzers, and faces on the Fame Game board!) [OC/108.4]
  • Three consecutive episodes from 1983 w/Laura Chambers as a contestant (now w/Lee Menning as hostess; all have part of end credits cut off) [all OB/135.5-7]
  • Three general 1983 episodes (2 full, 1 partial) [1 OC, 2 OB]
  • An episode from the 1983 Tournament of Champions [OC/914.3]
  • 45 minutes of "crucial game" clips from 1984 [OB/879.1, 879.4]
  • A half-hour of other "crucial game" clips from 1984 [OB/924.8, 924.14]
  • A 1984 episode where Dawn McKellar goes for $99,000 [OC/924.9]
  • A 1984 episode where Susan Wolf buys every Instant Bargain and still racks up a near-record score! (now w/gold set, cuts off at end of game) [OC/924.10]
  • A 1984 episode where Susan goes for $61,000 [OC/924.11]
  • A 1984 episode where David Herelko goes for $82,000 [OC/879.2]
  • The first episode w/the Winner's Board from 1984 (Lou Mulford fills in for Lee) [OC/879.3]
  • Six general 1984 episodes [2 OB/763.3, 4 OC/913.2]
  • Three consecutive episodes from 1984 w/big winner Jeff Hewett (ATGS's Tom Gauer is a contestant in episode 2!) [all OC/108.6, 493.1]
  • A "College Week" episode from Christmas 1984 [OC/108.5]
  • A 1985 episode where all 3 Money Cards are found! (end credits missing) [OB/434.2]
  • A 1985 episode where Dave Goodman goes for his 10th win (somewhat blurry picture) [OB/168.8]
  • Future GS host Mark DeCarlo's $50,000 win (a true classic!) from 1985 [OC]
  • All of a 2-week Tournament of Champions from 1985 [all OC/938.1-10]
  • Jeff Colburn's $50,000 win from 1985 (Jim screws up during the 3rd Fame Game!) [OC/879.7]
  • A 1985 episode w/TWO returning champs due to a previous "College Week" [OC]
  • A 1985 episode from "College Week" (a reversed ruling at the end of the Speed Round changes the final outcome!) [OC]
  • Seven general 1985 episodes [all OC/809.5; 810.2; 924.17; 938.11]
  • Big winner Ann Meyers' first two appearances from 1985 [both OC]
  • A 1985 episode where Ann goes for her 10th win (missing Winner's Board and part of final segment) [OC/879.8]
  • Cartoon voice-over artist Renae Jacobs' appearance from 1985 [OB]
  • Pre-Thanksgiving 1985 episode (w/an on-set meal and holiday message from Jim at the end) [OC/924.19]
  • The last few minutes of a Christmas 1985 episode [OB/879.9]
  • A 1986 episode w/an obnoxious contestant who almost makes Jim lose it! [OC/1019.1]
  • Valentine's Day 1986 episode [OC]
  • A 1986 episode where Jody Spreckles (back due to an error) goes for her 10th win against a 6-day champ [OC/1019.2]
  • Jody's $50,000 win from 1986 [OC]
  • Cindy Barr's $50,000 win from 1986 (part of end credits cut off) [OB/168.10]
  • Six general 1986 episodes [1 OB/168.9, 5 OC/115.3; 879.11; 1036.5]
  • A 1986 episode from "College Week" [OC/924.7]
  • A partial 1986 episode where Judy Cahill goes for her 10th win (missing 2nd and 3rd segments) [OC/879.12]
  • A 1986 episode that ends w/a 3-way tie (cuts off at end of game) [OC/879.13]
  • Linda Credit's $50,000 win from 1987 [OC]
  • A 1987 episode from "College Week" (ends w/a promo for "Classic Concentration") [OC]
  • A partial 1987 episode where Andy Ross goes for his 10th win (missing 2nd and 3rd segments) [OC/879.15]
  • A preliminary round from the "International Invitational Tournament" from 1987 [OC/880.1]
  • The U.S. semi-finals of the International Invitational Tournament from 1987 [OC/880.2]
  • The first and last episodes of the International Invitational Tournament finals from 1987 [both OC/880.3-4]
  • Three general 1987 episodes [both OC/847.8, 879.16]
  • A 1987 episode where Tom O'Brien is unable to return for a day [OC/939.10]
  • Tom's $50,000 win from 1987 [OC/879.14]
  • One of the first episodes w/the Winner's Big Money Game and new theme mix from 1987 [OC/115.4]
  • A 1988 episode from early in the WBMG format [OC/924.21]
  • All of a 2-week Tournament of Champions from 1988 [OC/1018.4-10]
  • A 6-minute clip of veteran GS champ Rani White's $50,000 win from 1988 [OB]
  • A 1988 episode from "Pep Rally Week" (w/a hilarious blooper!) [USA/301.10, also 516.9]
  • Big winner Elaine Paulino's first appearance from 1988 (missing most of intro) [USA/906.8]
  • Former "PYL" champ Damon Jones's appearance from 1988 [OC, also USA/781.4]
  • Elaine's final appearance from 1988 (missing intro) [USA]
  • A partial 1988 episode w/a $13,000 Instant Cash win (JIP at 2nd Instant Bargain, cut off at end of game) [USA/939.13]
  • A 1988 episode from "End of Summer Bash Week" (w/teens playing) [USA/616.3]
  • Eight general 1988 episodes [2 OC/203.6; 939.9, 5 USA/616.12; 938.12; 939.12; 1019.3; 1019.6, 1 GSN]
  • A 1988 episode w/a $16,000 Instant Cash win [USA/1019.13]
  • A 1988 episode where Robin McKierahan goes for a car [USA/938.13]
  • Phil Cambry's 2nd appearance from 1988 [USA/1019.11]
  • A 1988 episode from "Trick or Treat Week" where Phil goes for $50,000! [USA/D7.4]
  • "A Salute to True Romance" from 1988 (this is the 1,500th episode of the series!) [USA/516.10]
  • The "Salute to True Romance" finals from 1988 [GSN]
  • Pre-Thanksgiving 1988 episode [OC/1019.4]
  • A 1988 episode that ends w/another 3-way tie [OC/1019.5]
  • Future "WLiiA?" regular Chip Esten's first appearance from 1988 [GSN]
  • Christmas 1988 episode (bad commercial edits) [USA/1054.13]
  • Veteran GS champ LaRae Dillman's first two appearances from 1989 [both OC/1019.8, 1047.5]
  • A 1989 episode where LaRae goes for a car [GSN]
  • A 1989 episode where the champion really blows his opponents away! [GSN]
  • Two general 1989 episodes [both OC/92.8; 317.1, also have one episode from USA/293.3]
  • Two 1989 episodes from "Brides' Week" [1 OC/116.6; 1 GSN, also have copy of OC ep. from USA/293.2]
  • A 1989 episode w/a champ who looks a lot like Richard Belzer! [USA/1035.1]
  • A 1989 episode where Summer gets broken up during an Instant Bargain! [GSN]
  • Future "TJW '90" champ Darrell Garrison's first appearance from 1989 [GSN]
  • All of the final week from 1989 [1 OB/932.3, Tue-Thu. OC/880.10-12, last SM/108.7, also have copy from GSN]
    SYNDICATED, 1985-86:
  • The 1985 premiere episode [USA/493.4]
  • The 4th episode [USA, which is JIP at 2nd Instant Bargain, also GSN, complete]
  • A 1985 episode w/former "PYL" champ Greg Rhoden [GSN]
  • Veteran GS champ John Gose's first appearance from 1985 [BZR]
  • John's big win from 1985 (he was $otC's 3rd biggest winner!) [USA]
  • Helaine Lowey's big win from 1985 [USA/D79.3]
  • Alice "No Instant Bargains Whatsoever" Conkright's first three appearances from 1985 [all USA/964.11-13, also have episode 3 from GSN]
  • Alice's big win from 1985 [USA/D79.4]
  • A 1985 episode that ends w/a $100 tie! [GSN]
  • Three consecutive episodes from 1985 [all USA/964.14-16]
  • A 1985 episode w/a hilarious turntable blooper! [USA/516.8, also BZR]
  • Seven general 1985 episodes [1 OC/810.7, 4 USA/870.8; 964.10; 1034.4; 1035.8, 2 GSN]
  • A 1985 episode w/an exciting game and a car at stake [GSN]
  • Matt Ottinger's appearance from 1985 [OB/157.4]
  • A 1985 episode w/a funny 3rd Instant Bargain involving a robot! [GSN]
  • A 1985 episode w/a nail-biting game (and 2 cars potentially at stake) decided by a tiebreaker! [GSN]
  • The 1st season finale (and Tim Hollerand's first appearance) from 1985 [USA/939.1, which has tracking problems, also GSN, w/clean video]
  • All of the 2nd season premiere week from 1985 [first 4 USA/939.2-5, which have tracking problems, Fri. show GSN, also have season premiere from GSN, w/clean video]
  • Tim's last two appearances from 1985 [both USA/939.6, next-to-last show has tracking problems, also have big win from GSN]
  • The first episode w/the randomized Fame Game board from 1985 [GSN]
  • A 1985 episode w/a Fame Game rarity [GSN]
  • The last episode w/the "shopping" format from 1985 [USA/493.3, which is missing part of end credits, also GSN, complete]
  • The first two episodes w/the Winner's Board from 1985 [both GSN, also have WB debut episode from USA/939.8, but w/tracking problems]
  • A 1985 episode w/a great come-from-behind Speed Round win! [GSN]
  • Future "NYSI '89" champ Alan Cervednik's last three appearances from 1985 [1 OC, 2 USA/493.2; 870.8, also have 2nd-to-last show from GSN]
  • A 1985 episode where Rocky Brown becomes the first-ever Winner's Board car winner [GSN]
  • Veteran GS champ Curtis Warren's first two appearances from 1986 [both GSN]
  • A 1986 episode where Curtis breaks the $40,000 mark [USA/880.7]
  • A 1986 episode w/the closest win of Curtis's run [USA]
  • A 1986 episode where Curtis goes for his 10th win [USA/880.8]
  • Curtis's $50,000 win from 1986 [USA, which is JIP after 2nd Instant Bargain, also GSN, complete]
  • A general 1986 episodes [USA/780.14]
  • A 1986 episode where a champion wins $10,000 on his first Winner's Board visit! (precedes the episode below) [GSN]
  • A 1986 episode where James Reynolds (back due to an error) wins the car on his first Winner's Board visit! [USA/880.6, also GSN]
  • Big winner Crystal Miller's first appearance from 1986 [GSN]
  • A 1986 episode where Crystal wins the car [GSN]
  • Lisa Munoz's first appearance from 1986 [USA/1019.7]
  • Lisa's $50,000 win from 1986 [USA/D78.6]
    Rossi Morreale ("Temptation: The New $otC"):
  • The 2006 pilot (which uses the Australian set/music) [SM]
  • The first taped episode from 2007 [RPT]
  • Two special preview episodes from 2007 w/"American Idol" alumni Mikalah Gordon, Justin Guarini, and Kimberly Caldwell [both OC]
  • The 2007 premiere episode [OC]
  • Future "Million Dollar Password" champ Mark Coyle's 1st appearance from 2007 [OC]
  • A 2007 episode where Mark goes for a car [OC]
  • A special 3-episode Tournament of Champions from 2007 [all OB]
  • A 2008 episode w/the champ going for a car on his 3rd day (missing last 2 min.) [OC]
  • Two general 2008 episodes [both OC]
  • A 2008 episode w/the champ going for a car on her 3rd day [RPT]
  • A 2008 episode w/the champ going for a car [RPT]

    SANDBLAST-Peter King & Summer Sanders: One episode from 1995 (end credits missing) [OB]

    SATELLITE BINGO-Tom Miller: One episode from 1987 (w/an appearance by Desi Arnaz Jr.) [SM]

    SAVE TO WIN-Pat Neely:

  • The 2016 premiere episode [RPT]
  • Christmas 2016 episode [OC]
  • A 2017 episode w/mother-child teams playing [OC]
  • A 2017 episode w/an appearance by Tony the Tiger [OC]
  • A general 2017 episode [OC]

    SAY WHEN!!-Art James:

  • The 1961 pilot [SM/1043.5]
  • A clip of the infamous Peter Pan live commercial blooper [??/275.2]
  • One episode from 1962 [OC]

    SCATTERGORIES-Dick Clark:

  • The 1992 pilot (w/a different set and music); guests are Anne-Marie Johnson, Wolfgang Puck & Barbara Lazaroff, Chuck Woolery, Lori "Ice" Fetrick, and Brett Butler [SM]
    (all other episodes are from the 1993 series run)
  • The premiere episode; guests are Brian Austin Green, Anne-Marie Johnson, Chuck Woolery, Eleni Tolivas, and Kelsey Grammer [OC/202.5]
  • Guests are Kent Desormeaux, Wolfgang Puck & Barbara Lazaroff, Lark Voorhies, Chuck Woolery, and Kellie Martin [OC/233.13]
  • Guests are Judge Wapner, Beverly Johnson, Jerry Mathers, "Sweet" Lou Dunbar, and Jenna Von Oy (missing final segment) [OB/290.8]
  • Guests are Lou Rawls, Angela Watson, *Marc Summers*, Jill Goodacre, and Richard Kline [OB/768.11]
  • Two consecutive episodes; guests are Melissa Reeves, Geraldo Rivera, Ada Maris, *Wink Martindale*, and Amanda Bearse [both OB/291.10-11]
  • Guests are Betty White, Mark DeCarlo, Nicole Eggert, Adam West, and Robin Quivers [OC]
  • Guests are Rush Limbaugh, Lindsay Wagner, Fred Travalena, Porter Wagoner, and Anne-Marie Johnson [OC/233.14]
  • An episode from the final week; guests are Peter Noone, Vivica Fox, Robert Kelker-Kelly, Richard Karn, and Candace Cameron [OC/175.2]

    SCHOLARS' BOWL (Virginia HS quiz)-Diana Morgan:

  • Lee vs. Greenville from 1994 [OB/366.6]
  • The 1996 Championship finals [OB/366.7]

    SCHOLARS FOR DOLLARS (Plattsburgh HS quiz)-Bill Eveleth: One episode from 1992 [OB]

    SCHOLASTIC HI-Q (Carbondale, IL HS quiz)
    Ben Roberts:

  • Carbondale VS. Murphysboro from 2004 [RPT/1045.9]
  • NCOE vs. Webber Township from 2005 [OB/1045.10]
  • The 2006 season premiere w/Pope County vs. Carbondale [OB]
    Thad Jackson:
  • His first episode from 2006 w/Pope County vs. Carbondale [OB]
    Teresa Riley:
  • Murphysboro vs. Centralia from 2007 [OB]

    SCHOLASTIC SCRIMMAGE (central Pennsylvania HS quiz)-Dr. Karen Walton:

  • The hour-long championship episode from 2000 [OB/734.1]
  • The hour-long championship episode from 2001 [OB/734.2]

    SCRABBLE-Chuck Woolery
    1984-90:

  • The 1984 pilot (w/a slightly different format and Laura Chambers as a contestant!) [SM/D73.6]
  • The 1984 premiere episode (w/the "pot" format; champion Jack Archer begins his run) [OC/145.2]
  • The 3rd episode [OC/720.4]
  • Jack's final appearance from 1984 [OC]
  • Big winner Annie McCormick's first appearance from 1984 [OC]
  • A 1984 episode where Annie goes for her 5th win [OC]
  • A 1984 episode where Annie becomes the first-ever undefeated champ! [OC]
  • A 1984 episode where Mike Levine goes for his 5th win [OC]
  • A 1984 episode where Cynthia Odenik goes for her 5th win [OC]
  • A 1984 episode from the first-ever "College Week" (w/a clock error in the Sprint Round!) [OC]
  • A 1984 episode w/a Sprint Round board malfunction [OC]
  • A 1984 episode where Chuck screws up during the Sprint Round! [OC]
  • A 1984 episode where Mark Dauberman goes for his 10th win [OC]
  • Three general 1984 episodes [2 OC/785.2, 1 USA]
  • A half-hour of crucial Sprint Round clips from 1984 [OC/924.13, 924.16]
  • A 1984 episode from "College Week" [OC/683.3]
  • Four "Teen Week" episodes from Christmas 1984 [3 USA/643.4; 780.3, 1 OC]
  • The last seven episodes of the 1985 Tournament of Champions [first 6 OC, last USA/708.11]
  • A 1985 episode where former "$20K Pyramid" champ Mike Gilooly goes for his 5th win [OC]
  • A 1985 episode where John Eland goes for his 5th win [USA/589.11]
  • A 1985 episode where Bill Bydenburg goes for his 5th win [USA]
  • Eleven general 1985 episodes [5 USA/643.11; 708.10, 6 OC/809.1; 809.8; 809.11; 810.4]
  • A 1985 episode w/a controversial Sprint Round loss [USA]
  • The first episode w/the "same words" Sprint Round format and revised payoff system from 1985 [USA/212.9]
  • A 1985 episode where Lynn Naff goes for her 5th win [USA]
  • A 1985 episode where Don Minyard goes for his 5th win [USA]
  • Three 1985 episodes w/the short-lived "spelling" format [all OC]
  • A 1985 episode where John Heiner goes for his 10th win [OC/224.7]
  • A 1986 episode where Scott Crosier goes for his 5th win [USA]
  • Valentine's Day 1986 episode [OC]
  • Two general 1986 episodes [both USA/1048.11, 1049.12]
  • A 1986 episode from the "Teen Tournament of Champions" [USA]
  • Two 1986 episodes from the $100,000 All-American Tournament [1 OC/620.11, 1 USA]
  • All of a special "Game Show Week" from 1987 (3 full episodes, 2 partial) [1 OC, 4 OB/184.5-9]
  • A 1987 episode w/an $18,000 Bonus Sprint win [USA]
  • A 1987 episode from "Teen Week" [USA]
  • Eight general 1987 episodes [1 OB/220.5, 3 OC, 2 USA/886.6-7, 2 RPT]
  • A 1987 episode w/veteran GS champ Tony Ritano (Chuck screws up while explaining the Speedword rules!) [OC/787.11]
  • A 1987 episode where Chuck plugs the "TV Scrabble" home game [USA]
  • A 1988 episode from "Celebrity Teen Week" w/Scott Nemes, Shannen Doherty, Gary Coleman, and Nicole Eggert [USA/493.7]
  • Four 1988 episodes from another "Game Show Week" [all OB/184.10-13]
  • A 1988 episode from "Teen Week" [OC]
  • Halloween 1988 episode (w/the contestants in costume!) [OC]
  • Three general 1988 episodes [all USA/887.7, 892.9, 1049.14]
  • A 1988 episode from "Soap Stars Week" w/Judi Evans, John Aniston, Peggy McCay, and Matthew Ashford (part of end credits cut off) [USA]
  • Four "Teen Week" episodes from Christmas 1988 w/Aaron "Sol" Solomon as a contestant! [all OC/150.1-4]
  • A 1989 episode from "Love Week" [OB/116.5]
  • Two general 1989 episodes [both OC/D88.1, 125.4]
  • A 1990 episode from the final week w/future "WLiiA?" regular Chip Puscar (Esten) as a contestant [OB]
  • Two general 1990 episodes [1 OC/317.4, 1 OB/780.15]
  • The last episode from 1990 [OC]
    1993:
  • The premiere episode [OC/202.4]
  • An episode w/a $20,500 Bonus Sprint win [OC]
  • Seven general episodes [4 OB/212.10; 782.6; 951.5, 3 OC/810.10]
  • An episode w/a $16,500 Bonus Sprint win [OC]
  • An episode w/an embarrassing 69-second time in the Sprint Round! [OC/1026.1]
  • An episde from the final week [OC/175.5]

    SCRABBLE SHOWDOWN-Justin Willman:

  • The 2011 premiere episode [OC]
  • A general 2011 episode [OC]
  • Christmas 2011 episode [RPT]
  • One episode from 2012 [OC]

    SCRAMBLE-Randall Cunningham: One episode from 1993 [OC]

    SEARCH PARTY-Scott Lasky & Carol Grow: Two episodes from 1999 [both OC]:

  • Guests are Adrienne Frantz, Marisa Tait, and Judson Mills [410.8]
  • Guests are Natalia Cigliuti and A.J. Buckley [410.9]

    SECOND CHANCE-Jim Peck:

  • The 1976 pilot [SM/D8.4]
  • One episode from 1977 [OB]

    2ND HONEYMOON-Wayne Cox: One episode from 1988 (part of end credits cut off) [OC/94.13]

    SECRETS OF THE CRYPTKEEPER'S HAUNTED HOUSE-Steve Saunders: The 1996 premiere episode [OC/D36.1]

    SENSE AND NONSENSE (local NY show)-Bob Kennedy: One episode from 1954 [OC]

    SET FOR LIFE-Jimmy Kimmel: The 2007 premiere episode [OC]

    SEVEN KEYS-Jack Narz
    LOS ANGELES (KTLA), 1960-61:

  • One episode from 196? [KIN/411.3]
  • One episode from 1960 [KIN]
    ABC, 1961-64:
  • One episode from 1962 [SC]

    72 HOURS-Brandon Johnson: The 2013 premiere episode [RPT]

    SEX WARS-J.D. Roth & Jennifer Cole: Six episodes from 2000:

  • The premiere episode [OC/509.10]
  • Former Femme Fattale member Lorraine Fox's appearance
  • Two general episodes [1 OC, 1 RPT/566.2]
  • A celebrity episode w/the men of "The X Show" vs. the women of "Son of the Beach" [OC/530.4]
  • Playgirl Centerfolds vs. Penthouse Pets [OC/532.4]

    SHADOW STUMPERS (local Baltimore show)-Brent Gunts: One episode from 195? [KIN]

    SHENANIGANS-Stubby Kaye:

  • One episode from 1964 [OC]
  • One episode from 1965 [OC/285.3]

    SHOOT FOR THE STARS-Geoff Edwards:

  • The first 1976 pilot (titled "Shoot the Works"); guests are Anne Meara and Rick Hurst [SM/163.6]
  • The second 1976 pilot (also titled "Shoot the Works"); guests are Anita Gillette and Bill Cullen [GSN/373.5]
  • One episode from 1977; guests are Vicki Lawrence and Tony Randall (missing last few minutes) [OC/587.2]

    SHOP 'TIL YOU DROP
    Pat Finn
    LIFETIME, 1991-95:

  • Veteran GS champ Robert Wargo's appearance from 1991 [OC]
  • A general 1991 episode [OB/97.3]
  • Two episodes from 1992 [1 OB, 1 OC]
  • Two general 1993 episodes [both OB]
  • The hour-long "Holiday Special" from Christmas 1993 w/4 all-star teams: J.C. Wendel & Joe E. Tata, Victoria Rowell & Michael Tucci, Mother Love & the Nelsons, and Farrah Forke & Brad Maule [OB/D114.4]
  • Three episodes from 1994 [1 OB, 2 PAX/444.8; 448.9]
    FAM, 1996-97 ("The New Shop 'Til You Drop"):
  • The 1996 premiere episode [OC/D36.2]
  • Three general 1996 episodes [all OB]
  • Two general 1997 episodes [2 OC/D97.3; D109.2, 1 GSN]
    PAX, 2000-02:
  • The 2000 premiere episode [OC/447.3]
  • Three general 2000 episodes [all OC/454.4, 456.7, 481.4]
  • A 2000 episode w/a record 950-point maingame score [GSN]
  • Two general 2001 episodes [1 OC/660.4, 1 RPT/704.8]
    J.D. Roberto:
  • The 2003 premiere episode [OC/856.2]
  • Two general 2003 episodes [both OC/865.9, 871.5]
  • Three episodes from 2004 [2 OB, 1 OC]

    SHOPPER'S CASINO-Jeff Maxwell & Debbie Maffett: One episode from 1987 [OC/362.12]

    $HOPPING $PREE-Ron Pearson:

  • The 1996 premiere episode [OC/D36.3]
  • Two general 1996 episodes [both OC/D97.4, D109.3]
  • A 1997 episode w/a record time set in round 1 [OC]
  • A general 1997 episode [OC]

    $HOW ME THE MONEY-William Shatner:

  • The 2006 premiere episode [OC]
  • A general 2006 episode [OC]

    SHOWOFFS-Bobby Van: One episode from 1975; guests are Dr. Joyce Brothers, Dick Gautier, Karen Morrow, and Mike Farrell [SM]

    SHUFFLE: THE INTERACTIVE GAME-Wink Martindale: Two episodes from 1994:

  • The premiere episode [OB/D114.2]
  • Veteran GS champ Karin (Rockman) Levin's appearance (missing PlayBreaks) [OB]

    SILENT LIBRARY-Zero Kazama:

  • The 2009 premiere episode [OC]
  • A 2009 episode w/all female contestants [RPT]
  • A celebrity episode from 2010 w/Asher Roth and Justin Bieber [RPT]
  • The 3rd season premiere from 2010 w/the NY Giants playing [RPT]
  • A 2010 episode w/an appearance by Nadya Suleman [RPT]
  • The 4th season premiere from 2011 w/the "Jersey Shore" cast playing [OC]

    THE SINGING BEE-Joey Fatone: Five episodes from 2007 [all OC]:

  • The premiere episode
  • A general episode
  • The hour-long 1st season finale
  • The 2nd season premiere (w/a performance by Mickey Basil; missing first minute)
  • A "TV Themes" special (and the last show of the series)

    SINGLED OUT
    Chris Hardwick & Jenny McCarthy:

  • The first two episodes from 1995 (episode 1 missing intro) [both RPT/394.6-7]
  • A special "same sex couples" episode from 1996 [OC/169.1]
  • A general 1996 episode [OC/430.11]
  • Jenny's last episode from 1997 (ends w/her "passing the baton" to replacement Carmen Electra) [OC/D89.1]
    Chris Hardwick & Carmen Electra: Two episodes from 1997 [both OC]:
  • An episode from "True Romance Week" [D72.5]
  • A general episode [D110.5]

    SLIME TIME-Marty Cohen: Three episodes from 1988 [all OC]:

  • The premiere episode (has VCR counter on screen during round 1) [134.5]
  • Two general episodes

    SMALL TALK-Wil Shriner: Two episodes from 1996 [both OC]:

  • The premiere episode [D36.4]
  • An episode that ends w/a 3-way tie [638.4]

    THE SMARTER SEX-David Hirsch: One episode (of a two-week "trial run") from 1995 [OC/288.4]

    SMUSH-Ken Ober:

  • The 2001 premiere episode [OC/659.8]
  • A 2002 episode where a contestant sweeps the game! [OC/756.11]
  • Former "J!" champ Bob Harris's appearance from 2002 [OC/756.12]
  • SO YOU THINK YOU GOT TROUBLES?!-Jay Johnson & "Bob": One episode from 1982 (part of end credits cut off) [OC]

    SOLITARY-"Val"
    2006:

  • All 9 episodes of the series from 2006 [all RPT]
    2007 ("Solitary 2.0"):
  • All 9 episodes of the series from 2007 [all RPT]

    SOUTH OF WILSHIRE-Adam Glyn & Raquel Harper: Four episodes from 2016 [all OC]:

  • The premiere episode
  • Three general episodes

    SPELLROUND (local Tennessee show)-Ruth Talley: One episode from 1965 [OC]

    $PEND IT FA$T!-Larry Hoff:

  • The 2002 premiere episode [OC/754.9]
  • Two general 2002 episodes [both OC/758.12, 769.7]

    SPLIT PERSONALITY-Tom Poston: The 1959 pilot [SM]

    SPLIT SECOND
    Tom Kennedy:

  • Four consecutive (B&W) episodes from 1972 [all OB]
  • A general 1975 episode (missing first 2 minutes) [OB/222.1]
  • The last episode from 1975 (great ending w/appearances by Monty Hall, Jay Stewart, Jack Clark and the staff, including a young Markie Post!) [OC/220.1]
    Monty Hall:
  • The 1986 premiere episode [GTV]
  • A 1986 episode w/former "Jackpot" contestant Chris McKillop [GTV]
  • Two general 1986 episodes [1 FAM/D35.1, 1 GTV]
  • A 1986 episode w/the champ going for her 5th win [GTV]
  • A 1986 episode w/the champ going for his 5th win [FAM/D35.2]
  • Four general 1987 episodes [2 OC, 2 FAM/D35.3; 388.6]
  • A 1987 episode from the final week (w/an exciting Countdown Round!) [GTV]

    SPONK!-Jonathan McClain: One episode from 2001 [OC/749.6]

    SPORTS CHALLENGE-Dick Enberg:

  • The 1971 premiere episode w/the NY Yankees vs. the Brooklyn Dodgers [RPT/644.12]
  • NFL Quarterbacks vs. LA Lakers 1971 [RPT/615.5]
  • Boston Celtics vs. Washington Redskins from 1972 [RPT/866.9]
  • Boston Celtics vs. NFL Quarterbacks from 1972 [RPT/1054.5]
  • NFL Quarterbacks vs. California Angels from 1972 [RPT]
  • NY Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox from 1972 [RPT]
  • NBA Hall of Famers vs. NY Yankees from 1972 [RPT/1054.6]
  • NY Giants vs. Chicago Bears from 1973 [RPT]
  • Oakland A's vs. Cincinnati Reds from 1973 [RPT]
  • California Angels vs. Track & Field Champions from 1973 [RPT]
  • NY Yankees vs. Milwaukee Braves from 1974 [RPT]
  • NY Yankees vs. LA Kings from 1975 [RPT/172.9]
  • Dallas Cowboys vs. Chicago Bears from 197? [RPT/576.2]
  • Boston Celtics vs. Brooklyn Dodgers from 197? [RPT/887.8]
  • Brooklyn Dodgers vs. NY Yankees from 1976 [RPT]
  • NY Yankees vs. California Angels from 1978 [RPT/517.2]
  • California Angels vs. Cleveland Indians from 1978 [RPT/172.10]
  • Denver Broncos vs. Dallas Cowboys from 1979 [RPT]
  • Milwaukee Brewers vs. San Diego Padres from 1979 [RPT/615.3]
  • Milwaukee Brewers vs. Dallas Cowboys from 1979 [RPT/644.11]
  • NY Yankees vs. Brooklyn Dodgers from 1979 [RPT/887.9]
  • Brooklyn Dodgers vs. NFL Quarterbacks from 1979 [RPT/887.10]
  • Brooklyn Dodgers vs. NY Mets from 1979 [RPT]

    SPORTS GENIUSES-Matt Vasgersian & Lisa Guerrero: Five episodes from 2000:

  • The premiere episode; guest is Eric Davis [OC/448.6]
  • Guest is *Jimmy Kimmel* [RPT/518.1]
  • Guest is Mills Lane [RPT/525.3]
  • Guest is Keri Strug [RPT/532.6]
  • The championship finals episode [RPT/551.5]

    SPORTS JEOPARDY!-Dan Patrick: Two episodes from 2014 [both RPT]

    SPORTS ON TAP-Tom Green:

  • The $50,000 finals episode from 1994 [OC]
  • The $25,000 finals episode (and last show of the series) from 1995 [OC/63.9, also 208.8]

    STAR FACE-Danny Bonaduce: Three episodes from 2006 [all OC]:

  • One of the first taped episodes (Pat Finn announces)
  • The first aired episode
  • Two general episodes

    STAND UP AND BE COUNTED-Bob Russell: One episode from 1956 [OC]

    STARCADE
    Mark Richards:

  • The 1982 premiere episode [RPT/950.7]
  • Four general 1982 episodes [all RPT/822.3, 824.1, 829.1, 844.1]
  • Six episodes from 1983 [all RPT/788.15, 822.2, 824.1, 829.2, 957.3-4]
    Geoff Edwards:
  • Two 1983 episodes from the "Invitational Tournament" [both RPT/822.4 824.2]
  • A special all-"Star Wars" episode from the 1983 Invitational Tournament [RPT/829.3]
  • A 1983 episode w/older-younger sibling teams [RPT/799.8]
  • A 1983 episode w/mother-son teams [RPT/800.7]
  • "Pac-Mania Day" from 1983 (w/4 Pac-Man games) [RPT/950.6]
  • Two 1983 episodes w/father-son teams [both RPT/800.2, 800.10]
  • Eleven general 1983 episodes [all RPT/799.5-6, 800.1, 800.5-6, 800.8-9, 800.11-13, 827.1]
  • A special all-"Track and Field" Decathlon Day from 1983 [RPT/949.13]
  • A 1983 episode w/parent-child teams [RPT/800.4]
  • "Twins Day" from 1983 [RPT/799.7]
  • Three 1984 episodes w/father-son teams [all RPT/827.5, 828.3, 957.5 also have one ep from OB/169.2]
  • A 1984 episode w/parent-child teams [RPT/827.3]
  • Seven general 1984 episodes [all RPT/799.9; 800.3; 827.2; 827.4; 828.1-2; 828.4 also have 2 eps from OB/169.3-4]
  • A 1984 episode w/mother-son teams [OB/199.11]
  • A special all-"Dragon's Lair" episode from 1984 [SM/441.4]

    STOP THE MUSIC-Bert Parks: One episode from 1955 [OC]

    THE STORYBOOK SQUARES-Peter Marshall:
    One episode from 1969; guests are Wally Cox, Stu Gilliam, Soupy Sales, Carolyn Jones, Arte Johnson, Abby Dalton, Charley Weaver, Nanette Fabray, and Paul Winchell & Jerry Mahoney [SM/287.4]

    STRAIGHT TO THE HEART-Michael Burger & Barbara Lee Alexander:

  • A general 1989 episode (part of end credits cut off) [OC/291.12]
  • Waitresses vs. Lawyers from 1989 [OC/291.13]

    STREET SMARTS-Frank Nicotero:

  • The 2000 premiere episode [OC/509.9]
  • Three general 2000 episodes [2 OC/525.7; 532.1, 1 SM/847.2]
  • A special "Vegas Smarts" episode from 2000 [RPT/611.1]
  • A pre-Super Bowl "Pigskin Special" from 2001 [OC/566.7]
  • A 2001 episode from "Revenge Week" (w/former "street savants" as studio contestants) [OC/557.5]
  • Two general 2001 episodes [both OC/578.2, 578.9]
  • The "Mother's Day Special" from 2001 (w/an appearance by Frank's mom at the beginning!) [OC/597.2]
  • The 2001-02 season premiere [OC/629.10]
  • A general 2001 episode [OC/660.2]
  • A special "Scream Smarts" Halloween episode from 2001 (w/Frank as Frankenstein!) [OC/647.8]
  • "A Salute to Magic" from 2001 (w/Lance Burton as a street savant!) [OB]
  • A special 1970s "Time Warp Week" episode from 2001 [OC/650.9]
  • "A Salute to Food" from 2002 w/ex-Food Network hosts Mary Sue Milken and Susan Feniger [OC/702.2]
  • A 2002 episode from "Revenge Week" [OC/686.5]
  • "A Salute to Blondes" from 2002 [OB]
  • A 2002 episode where both players finish w/$0! [OB]
  • A special "X-Large" episode from 2002 [OC/731.4]
  • The 2002-03 season premiere; it's a special "Back to School" episode [OC/755.9]
  • A 2002 episode from "Classic TV Week" w/Todd Bridges and Gary Coleman [OC/764.2]
  • A 2002 episode from "Playboy Week" w/Stacy Fuson and Tishara Cousino [OC/769.3]
  • A special "Game Show Host Showdown" episode from 2002 w/Kennedy and Todd Newton [OC/775.3]
  • A special "Sports Smarts" episode from 2003 w/ex-pro wrestlers Joanie "Chyna" Laurer and "Diamond" Dallas Page [OC/779.7]
  • A 2003 episode from "Classic TV Week" w/Jim J. Bullock and Sally Struthers [OC/801.6]
  • A special "musical" episode from 2003 [RPT/833.1]
  • The 2003-04 season premiere (it's a special 4th Anniversary episode w/a "number 4" theme!) [RPT/856.5]
  • A general 2003 episode [OC]
  • A special "Scream Smarts" episode from Halloween 2003 w/Butch Patrick and Lisa Loring [OC/867.5]
  • A 2003 episode from "Playboy Week" w/Serria Tawan and Stacy Sanches [RPT/859.11]
  • A "Soap Smarts" episode from 2003 w/Jacklyn Zeman and Kin Shriner [OC/859.10]
  • A special "Turkey Day Smarts" episode from Thanksgiving 2003 [OC/865.4]
  • A "Chriskwanzukah Spectacular" holiday episode from 2003 (Frank sings at the beginning!) [RPT/871.7]
  • A 2004 episode from Celebrity Co-Host Week w/"host for a day" contest winner Todd Thomas [OC/920.5]
  • A 2004 episode from "Revenge Week" [OC/910.5]
  • "A Salute to Seinfeld's TV Girlfriends" from 2004 w/Cindy Ambuehl and Kathleen McClellan [RPT/955.12]
  • Two general 2004 episodes [1 OC, 1 RPT/963.4]
  • A 2004 episode from "Classic TV Week" w/Susan Olsen and Christopher Knight [OC/923.11]
  • An all-clip "Theme Show Spectacular" episode from 2004 [OC/936.4]
  • A special "outer space" episode from 2004 [OC/936.5]
  • The 5th season premiere from 2004 [OC/975.3]
  • A 2004 episode where a player finishes round 3 w/*$0* (only the 2nd time ever!) [RPT/984.9]
  • A special Halloween "Horror Smarts" episode from 2004 w/Andrew Brynarski and Linda Blair [OC/996.4]
  • A special "Reality TV Week: Survivor Edition" from 2004 w/Jerri Manthey and Alex Bell [OC/1000.5]
  • A 2004 episode where both players tie w/*$1*! [OC/997.9]
  • A special "Soap Smarts Thanksgiving" episode from 2004 w/Kate Linder and Joshua Morrow [OC/1000.9]
  • A 2005 "Salute to Westerns" episode from Movie Week [RPT/1017.3]
  • A special "Best Damn Street Smarts, Period" episode from 2005 w/John Salley and Brian Cox [RPT/1016.3]
  • A 2005 episode from "Revenge Week" [OC/1012.6]
  • A special Valentine's Day "I Heart Smarts" episode from 2005 (w/a contestant who's got a special "request" for his opponent!) [OC/1016.2]
  • A 2005 episode from "Co-Host Week" w/George Wallace as Frank's sidekick [OC/1016.4]
  • A post-Oscar "Smartsy Awards" episode from 2005 (w/Frank and the contestants in formal wear, classic clips, and all movie-related questions) [RPT/1017.10]
  • A special "Stand-Up Smarts" episode from 2005 w/Bonnie MacFarlane and *Graham Elwood* [RPT]
  • The $100,000 Tournament finals (and last show of the series) from 2005 [OC]

    STRIKE IT RICH-Warren Hull:

  • One episode from 1951 [OC]
  • One episode from 1955 [OC]

    STRIKE IT RICH-Joe Garagiola:

  • The 1986 premiere episode [OC/144.3]
  • Three general 1986 episodes [1 OC/D31.3, 2 OB/D54.5; D85.3]
  • The last few minutes of a 1986 episode (end of main game and bonus round) [OB/97.4]
  • Two consecutive episodes from 1987 [both OC/435.1-2]

    STRIP POKER-Graham Elwood & Jennifer Cole:

  • The 1999 premiere episode [USA/454.6]
  • Two general 1999 episodes [both USA/481.2, 496.4]
  • Four general 2000 episodes [2 OC/509.1; 532.5, 2 RPT/511.11; 561.5]

    STUDIO 7-Pat Kiernan: All 7 episodes of the series from 2004 [all OC/967.1-7, also have SM copy of premiere]

    STUDS-Mark Decarlo: One episode from 1991 (w/an appearance by *Jim Perry* at the beginning!) [OB/95.4]

    STUMP THE SCHWAB-Stuart Scott:

  • The 2004 premiere episode [OC]
  • A 2004 episode w/an appearance by Dick Vitale [OC]
  • The 1st season championship episode from 2004 [OC]
  • A semi-finals episode from 2005 [OB/1051.6]
  • The 2nd season championship from 2005 [OB/1051.9]
  • A special "College Edition" from 2005 [RPT]
  • A special "Sportscaster Edition" from 2005 [RPT]
  • The 3rd season championship episode from 2005 [OC]
  • A 2006 episode where the Schwab strikes out in the Showdown! [OC]
  • The 4th season championship episode (and last show of the series) from 2006 [OC]

    STUMP THE STARS-Pat Harrington Jr.:

  • 1962; guests are Yvonne DeCarlo and Art Linkletter [OC]
  • 1962; guests are Dick Van Dyke, Rose Marie, Morey Amsterdam, and Mary Tyler Moore [OC/1057.4]
  • 1963; guests are Nina Foch and Michael Landon [OC]
  • 1963; guests are E.G. Marshall and Robert Reed [OC]
  • 1963; guests are Dennis Weaver and Marilyn Maxwell [OC]
  • 1963; guests are the "Perry Mason" cast [OC]
  • 1963; guests are Jeanne Crain and Ed Begley [OC]

    STUMPERS-Allen Ludden: Two episodes from 1976:

  • The premiere episode; guests are Robert Reed and Dick Gautier (Tom Kennedy appears at the end!) [OC/148.1]
  • The last episode; guests are Bill Bixby and Anita Gillette (very classy goodbye!) [SM/148.2]

    THE SUBSTITUTE-Jon Gabrus: Four episodes from 2011 [all RPT]

    SUPER DECADES-Marianne Curan:

  • The 1997 premiere episode [OC/355.2]
  • A general 1997 episode [OC/87.7]
  • A 1998 episode w/Nancy Sullivan guest-hosting [OC/321.5]
  • The (disastrous!) first episode w/the "digital" board from 1998 [OC/321.6]
  • Three general 1988 episodes [2 OC/321.4; 321.7, 1 OB/345.11]
  • A 1998 episode w/Dave Nemeth guest-hosting [OC/703.9]

    SUPERMARKET SWEEP
    Bill Malone:

  • One episode from 1966 [KIN]
    David Ruprecht
    LIFETIME, 1990-95:
  • The 1989 pilot [SM]
  • The 1990 premiere episode [OC/797.12]
  • Three general 1990 episodes [1 OC/125.11, 2 OB/97.7-8]
  • A special "Sweep of Champions" episode from 1990 [OC/780.1]
  • All of a special "Sweep of Champions" week from 1991 [all OB/D84.1-5]
  • A 1992 episode from "Mother/Daughter Wee" [OB]
  • A general 1992 episode [OC]
  • A special "Sweep of Champions" episode from 1992 [OB]
  • Three general 1993 episodes [2 OC/797.10-11, 1 RPT]
  • A special "Sweep of Champions" episode from 1993 [RPT]
  • A "Twin Car Giveaway" preliminary round from 1994 [PAX/447.2]
  • A "Twin Car Giveaway" semi-finals episode from 1994 [RPT/62.6]
  • The "Twin Car Giveaway" finals from 1994 [OC/430.12]
  • A 1994 episode w/a Check Stand Headlines error [PAX]
  • Four general 1994 episodes [1 RPT/D110.3, 3 PAX/444.7]
  • A 1994 episode w/a heartbreaking Bonus Sweep [RPT]
  • The "Cruise To Paradise Week" finals from 1994 [RPT/703.10]
  • Two 1994 episodes from "Mother/Daughter Week" [both RPT]
  • A special "Sweep of Champions" episode from 1994 [PAX/448.8]
  • A general 1995 episode [PAX]
  • A special "Sweep of Champions" episode (and the last one of the series) from 1995 [PAX]
    PAX, 2000-03:
  • The 2000 premiere episode [OC/447.4]
  • Three general 2000 episodes [all OC/454.3, 456.6, 481.3]
  • The 2nd season premiere from 2001 [OC/611.5]
  • Two general 2001 episodes [1 OC/623.9, 1 RPT/704.7]
  • The "Carnival Cruise Week" finals from 2001 [RPT/731.7]
  • A 2001 episode from "Double Your Dollars Week" [RPT/741.8]
  • A 2002 episode from "Family Week" (and the 3rd season premiere week) [OC/754.6]
  • Two general 2002 episodes [both RPT/539.6, 858.6]
  • The 1,000th episode from 2003 (from "Carnival Cruise Week") [OC/779.9]
  • A special "Tournament of Heroes" episode from 2003 [OC/801.3]

    SURVEY SAYS! (HRTV version of "Family Feud")-Mandel Ilagan:

  • The 1996 premiere episode (w/a slightly different "set") [SM/186.5]
  • The 2nd season premiere from 1996 [SM/186.6]
  • April Fool's Day 1997 episode [SM/100.1]
  • The hour-long 1997 Tournament of Champions [SM/100.2]
  • The 3rd season premiere from 1997 (w/an appearance by Garfield creator Jim Davis!) [SM/124.4]
  • Halloween 1997 episode [SM/187.2]
  • April Fool's Day 1998 episode; Mandel announces, and Jason St. John hosts! [SM/187.3]

    SURVIVOR-Jeff Probst
    Summer 2000:

  • All 13 episodes of the series [all SM]
    Winter/Spring 2001 ("Survivor The Australian Outback"):
  • All 15 episodes of the series [all SM]
    Fall 2001 ("Survivor Africa"):
  • All 14 episodes of the series [all OC/640.1-6, 670.1-7, 667.1]
    Spring 2002 ("Survivor Marquesas"):
  • All 14 episodes of the series [all OC/700.1-6, 715.1-7, 712.1]
    Fall 2002 ("Survivor Thailand"):
  • All 14 episodes of the series [all OC/759.1-6, 767.1-6, 771.2, 773.1]
    Spring 2003 ("Survivor The Amazon"):
  • All 14 episodes of the series (except #12) [all OC/802.1-5, 813.1-7, 815.1]
    Fall 2003 ("Survivor Pearl Islands"):
  • All 14 episodes of the series [all SM]
    Winter/Spring 2004 ("Survivor All-Stars"):
  • All 16 episodes of the series [all SM]
    Fall 2004 ("Survivor Vanuatu"):
  • All 14 episodes of the series [all OC/983.1-6, 1001.1-7, 1002.1]
    Spring 2005 ("Survivor Palau"):
  • All 13 episodes of the series [all SM]
    Fall 2005 ("Survivor Guatemala"):
  • All 14 episodes of the series (except #13) [all OC]
    Winter/Spring 2006 ("Survivor Panama: Exile Island"):
  • All 15 episodes of the series (except #10) [all OC]
    Winter/Spring 2007 ("Survivor Fiji"):
  • Episodes 1-8, 10, and 12-14 [all OC]
    Fall 2007 ("Survivor China"):
  • All 14 episodes of the series [all OC]
    Winter/Spring 2008 ("Survivor Micronesia: Fans vs. Favorites"):
  • All 14 episodes of the series [all OC]
    Fall 2008 ("Survivor Gabon"):
  • All 13 episodes of the series [all OC]
    Winter/Spring 2009 ("Survivor Tocantins"):
  • All 14 episodes of the series (except #10) [all OC]
    Fall 2009 ("Survivor Samoa"):
  • All 15 episodes of the series (except #14) [all OC]
    Winter/Spring 2010 ("Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains"):
  • Episodes 1-6, 8-9, 11-13 and 15 [all OC]
    Fall 2010 ("Survivor Nicaragua"):
  • All 15 episodes of the series [all OC]
    Winter/Spring 2011 ("Survivor: Redemption Island"):
  • All 14 episodes of the series [all OC]
    Fall 2011 ("Survivor South Pacific"):
  • All 14 episodes of the series [all OC]

    SWAPS-Scott St. John: The 1995 premiere episode [OB/D115.1]

    SWEETHEARTS-Charles Nelson Reilly: Three episodes from 1988:

  • The premiere episode; panel is Betty White, Roger E. Mosley, and Sally Struthers (glitchy video, but watchable) [OC/199.1]
  • Panel is Dee Wallace Stone, Stuart Damon, and Anne-Marie Johnson [OC]
  • Panel is Betty Thomas, Sinbad, and Pat Carroll [SM]

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