My Game Shows, T-V (no pun intended!)

TABOO-Chris Wylde: Three episodes from 2003:

  • The premiere episode [OC/779.3]
  • A general episode [RPT/806.3]
  • A special "college" episode [OC/801.5]

    TAKE A GOOD LOOK-Ernie Kovacs:

  • 1959; panel is Hans Conried, Edie Adams (EA), and Cesar Romero (CR) [OC]
  • 1960; panel is Carl Reiner, EA, and CR [OC]
  • 1960; panel is Jack Carson, EA, and CR [OC]

    TAKE MY WORD FOR IT-Jim Lange: Two episodes from 1982:

  • Guests are June Lockhart, Gordon Jump, Roxie Roker, and Richard Kline [RPT/109.7]
  • Guests are June Lockhart, Gordon Jump, Roxie Roker, and Jon Bauman [SM]

    TAKE 2!!-Don McNeill: One episode from 1963 [OC]

    TALK ABOUT-Wayne Cox:

  • A special "Celebrity" preview episode from 1989 w/*Geoff Edwards* & Steve Skrovan vs. *Marc Summers* & Scott Nemes [OB/D18.2]
  • The 1989 premiere episode [OC/291.6]
  • The 3rd episode (w/a 10-word maingame sweep!) [OB/950.8, also GTV, w/better video quality]
  • A 1989 episode w/former "Polka Dot Door" host Denis Simpson and singer Marcus Mosely as contestants [GTV]
  • A 1989 episode w/future "Acting Crazy" regular Melody Davies as a contestant [GTV]
  • Four general 1989 episodes [1 OB/214.3; 2 OC/92.2; 990.1; 1 GTV]
  • A 1989 episode w/the champs going for their 5th win [GTV]
  • A 1989 episode where a 9-point steal is made [GTV]
  • A 1989 episode w/a rare $2,000 bonus round win! [GTV]
  • Two consecutive episodes from 1989 where Debbie & Cindy become the all-time top winners w/$16,900! [GTV]
  • A general 1990 episode [OC]
  • The last episode from 1990 (very low audio during 1st segment) [OC/291.7]

    TALK SHOW: THE GAME SHOW-Guy Branum: The first two episodes from 2017 [both RPT]

    TASTE TEST-David Rosengarten: Three episode from 1999 [all OC/384.5-6, 391.1]

    TATTLETALES-Bert Convy
    (NOTE: To preserve space, only famous names are listed)
    CBS, 1974-78:

  • The 1974 premiere episode (w/the "clue word" format); guests are Bobby Van & Elaine Joyce, Dick Gautier & Barbara Stuart, and Jerry Stiller & Anne Meara [GSN/99.1]
  • 1974; guests are James Brolin, Patti Deutsch & Donald Ross, and Dick Gautier & Barbara Stuart [BZR]
  • 1974; guests are William Shatner, Orson Bean, and Phyllis Diller (who accidentally burps during a question!) [GSN/253.6]
  • 1974; guests are Pat Harrington, Patty Duke Astin & John Astin, and Bobby Van & Elaine Joyce [GSN/298.12]
  • 1974; guests are Gary Collins & Mary Ann Mobley, Dick Gautier & Barbara Stuart, and Steve Allen & Jayne Meadows [GSN/298.13]
  • 1974; guests are Meredith MacRae & Greg Mullavey, Joyce Bulifant & Ed Mallory, and Bobby Van & Elaine Joyce [GSN/298.14]
  • Two episodes from 1974; guests are Bill & Ann Cullen, Allen Ludden & Betty White, and Chuck Woolery & JoAnn Pflug [1 SC, 1 GSN/485.9]
  • An "all-quickies" episode from 1974; guests are Bob Crane, Fabian, and Elena Verdugo [GSN]
  • 1974; guests are Jack Narz, Steve Allen & Jayne Meadows, and JoAnne Worley [GSN/298.15]
  • 1974; guests are Jack Carter, Bobby Van & Elaine Joyce, and Ken Berry & Jackie Joseph [GSN/298.7]
  • 1974; guests are Gavin MacLeod, Allen Ludden & Betty White, and Pat Harrington [GSN/304.7]
  • 1974; guests are Chris & Lynda Day George, Gary Crosby, and Robert Culp [GSN/298.8]
  • The first "all-quickies" episode from 1974; guests are Mitzi McCall & Charlie Brill, Patty Duke Astin & John Astin, and Scoey Mitchlll [GSN/298.9]
  • Two 1974 episodes from the same week as above [both SC/268.1-2]
  • 1974; guests are Rona Barrett, Dick Gautier & Barbara Stuart, and Julie London & Bobby Troup [GSN/207.4]
  • Gene Rayburn hosts this 1974 episode; guests are Bert Convy, JoAnne Worley, and Harvey Korman [GSN/253.7]
  • 1974; guests are Kaye Stevens, Jack Carter, and Chad Everett [GSN]
  • 1974; guests are Monty Hall, Bobby Van & Elaine Joyce, and Patti Deutsch & Donald Ross [GSN/253.8]
  • 1974; guests are Mitzi McCall & Charlie Brill, Alejandro Rey, and Ross Martin [GSN]
  • 1974; guests are Orson Bean, Lyle Waggoner, and Jessica Walter [GSN]
  • Two episodes from 1974; guests are Arlene Dahl, William Shatner, and Patti Deutsch & Donald Ross [both GSN/729.11, 747.16]
  • 1974; guests are Mitzi McCall & Charlie Brill, Julie London & Bobby Troup, and Rona Barrett (has time code at bottom left corner of screen) [SC/499.13]
  • 1974; guests are Allen Ludden & Betty White, Scoey Mitchlll, and Joe Campanella [GSN/747.14]
  • 1974; guests are George Hamilton & Alana Stewart, Scoey Mitchlll, and William Shatner [GSN/364.1]
  • 1975; guests are Shecky Greene, Meredith MacRae & Greg Mullavey, and Bobby Van & Elaine Joyce (includes the short-lived audience participation segment) [GSN/304.8]
  • 1975; guests are Patti Deutsch & Donald Ross, Milton Berle, and Glenn Ford [GSN/747.11]
  • 1975; guests are Steve Forrest, Gene Rayburn, and Nancy Sinatra [GSN/510.8]
  • 1975; guests are Chris & Lynda Day George, Bobby Van & Elaine Joyce, and Lorenzo Music [GSN/351.7]
  • 1975; guests are Bill Cullen, Joan Collins, and Zsa Zsa Gabor [GSN/402.7]
  • 1975; guests are Adrienne Barbeau, Linda Kaye-Henning, and Sammy Davis Jr. [GSN/473.2]
  • 1975; guests are Lynn Redgrave & John Clark, Hal Linden, and Godfrey Cambridge [GSN/987.11]
  • 1975; guests are Mel Torme, Gene Rayburn, and Bob Seagren [GSN/466.1]
  • 1975; guests are *Dennis James*, Jamie Farr, and Eva Gabor [GSN/372.3]
  • 1975; guests are Dick Gautier & Barbara Stuart, Henry Darrow, and Bob Barker (Donald Ross fills in for Bert during the 1st question!) [GSN/466.2]
  • 1975; guests are Willie Shoemaker, Tom Bosley, and BernNadette Stanis [GSN/1059.3]
  • All of a special "Emcee Week" from 1975; guests are Gene Rayburn, Bob Barker, and Bobby Van & Elaine Joyce (each of whom host Tue-Thu. while Bert and wife Anne play) [all GSN/927.5-9]
  • Two episodes from 1976; guests are Orson Bean, *Wink Martindale*, and Whitman Mayo [both GSN/372.4, 485.12]
  • 1976; guests are Susan Howard, George & Alana Hamilton, and Allen Ludden & Betty White [GSN/130.2]
  • 1976; guests are Rona Barrett, Pat Harrington, and Adrienne Barbeau [GSN/589.15]
  • 1976; guests are Gene Rayburn, John McCook, and Leslie Nielsen [GSN/987.7]
  • A 1976 episode from "Singles Week"; guests are Richard Dawson & Jody Donovan, Bill Macy & Samantha Harper, and Tom Lindstrom & Kaye Stevens [GSN]
  • 1976; guests are Dick & Dolly Martin, Bill Bixby & Brenda Benet, and Juliet Mills [GSN/987.8]
  • 1976; guests are Gene Rayburn, Bill Macy, and Patty Duke Astin & John Astin [GSN/351.6]
  • 1976; guests are Mitzi McCall & Charlie Brill, Jim Backus, and Chuck Woolery & JoAnn Pflug [GSN/685.4]
  • 1976; guests are Dick Gautier & Barbara Stuart, Robert Vaughn, and Chris & Lynda Day George [GSN/729.10]
  • Two episodes from 1976; guests are Bill Cullen, Bob Barker, and Patty Weaver [both GSN/972.11-12]
  • 1976; guests are Orson Bean, Bill Anderson, and Beth Howland [GSN]
  • A 1976 episode from "Emcee Week"; guests are Bob Barker, Jack Narz, and Richard Dawson & Jody Donovan [GSN/D28.1]
  • Tuesday episode from "Emcee Week"; Bob Barker hosts, and Bert & Anne Convy join the panel [GSN/D28.2]
  • Wednesday episode from "Emcee Week" w/Jack Narz hosting [GSN/D28.3]
  • 1977; guests are Martin Milner, Bobby Van & Elaine Joyce, and Barbara Mandrell [GSN]
  • 1977; guests are Redd Fox, Bill Macy, and Patti Deustsch & Donald Ross [GSN/466.3]
  • Two episodes from 1977; guests are Jack Albertson, Robert Urich & Heather Menzies, and Tommy Lasorda [both GSN/344.11, 473.3]
  • 1977; guests are Bill Bixby & Brenda Benet, Sammy Cahn, and Gene Rayburn [GSN/372.5]
  • 1977; guests are Gene Rayburn, Patty Duke Astin & John Astin, and Jerry Stiller & Anne Meara (Patty and John win w/a record score of $1,675!) [GSN/415.2]
  • 1977; guests are Bob Barker, William Shatner, and Pat Cooper [GSN/972.13]
  • 1978; guests are Charles Nelson Reilly & Elizabeth Allen, Suzanne Somers & Alan Hamel, and Debra Winger & Gary Mule Deer [GSN/485.14]
  • 1978; guests are Jerry Stiller & Anne Meara, Phyllis Diller, and Charles Nelson Reilly & Elizabeth Allen [GSN/344.10]
    CBS, 1982-84:
  • The 1982 premiere episode; guests are Steve Lawrence & Eydie Gorme, Dick & Dolly Martin, and Lynn Redgrave & John Clark [GSN/778.4]
  • 1982; guests are Jennilee Harrison, William Shatner, and Gordon Jump [GSN/119.5]
  • 1982; guests are Rip Taylor & Phyllis Diller, Norman Fell, and Bill Daily [GSN/684.9]
  • 1982; guests are Abby Dalton, Charles Nelson Reilly & Julie Harris, and Tim Reid & Daphne Maxwell [GSN/765.3]
  • Two episodes from 1982; guests are Irlene Mandrell, Conrad Janis, and Bill Cullen [both GSN/522.5, 724.10]
  • 1982; guests are Shirley Jones & Marty Ingels, Morgan Brittany, and David Doyle [GSN/372.6]
  • 1982; guests are Dan Rowan, Dick & Dolly Martin, and Army Archerd [GSN/765.8]
  • 1982; guests are Joan Collins, Barbi Benton, and Gene Rayburn [GSN/485.15]
  • Two episodes from 1982; guests are Bernie Kopell, Jack Carter, and Linda Blair [both GSN/826.7-8]
  • 1982; guests are Foster Brooks, Michael Damian & Lillibet Stern, and Dr. Joyce Brothers [GSN/776.1]
  • Two episodes from 1982; guests are Norm Crosby, Vic Tayback, and Richard Kiel [1 OC, 1 GSN/373.1]
  • Two episodes from 1982; guests are Kevin McCarthy, Larry Manetti, and Mitzi McCall & Charlie Brill [both GSN/826.9-10]
  • Two episodes from 1982; guests are Martin Mull, P.R. Paul, and Eva Gabor [both GSN/826.11-12]
  • 1982; guests are Norman Fell, Richard Kline, and Scoey Mitchlll [GSN/522.7]
  • 1982; guests are Carol Lawrence, Robert Donner, and Jay Johnson [GSN/724.11]
  • 1982; guests are Bill Cullen, Stuart Damon, and Christopher Norris [GSN/522.8]
  • A 1982 episode from "TV Couples Week"; guests are Lorenzo Lamas & Ana Alicia, Roxie Roker & Franklin Cover, and Melody Thomas & Christopher Holder [GSN/387.7]
  • 1982; guests are Lloyd Bridges, Penny Peyser, and Howie Mandel [GSN]
  • 1983; guests are Michael Lembeck, Ken Kercheval & Audrey Landers, and Nedra Volz (cut off after 3rd segment) [OC]
  • A 1983 episode from "TV Favorites Week"; guests are Elinor Donahue, Jerry Mathers, and David Nelson (6 questions are asked instead of the usual 4) [GSN/120.2]
  • 1983; guests are Judy Landers, Denver Pyle, and Jimmie Walker [OB/334.3]
  • 1983; guests are Richard Kline, David Doyle and Lyle Waggoner (The Doyles tie the $1,675 record score!) [GSN/124.1]
  • 1983; guests are Charles Nelson Reilly & Karen Morrow, Robert Pine, and Pat Harrington [GSN/522.9]
  • 1983; guests are Abby Dalton, Ken Howard, and Gary Collins & Mary Ann Mobley [GSN/120.9]
  • 1983; guests are Phyllis Diller, Maureen Reagan, and *Bill Cullen* [GSN]
  • Two episodes from 1983; guests are Barbi Benton, *Peter Marshall*, and *Bill Anderson* [both GSN/283.2, 485.16]
  • Two episodes from 1983; guests are Kitty Moffatt, Jamie Farr, and Rene Enriquez [1 GSN/473.4, 1 OC]
  • 1983; guests are Scoey Mitchlll, Shannon Tweed, and Lee Bergere [OC/777.5]
  • 1983; guests are Vic Tayback, Michael J. Fox, and Shecky Greene [GSN]
  • A 1983 episode from "Soap Couples Week"; guests are Krista Tesreau & Grant Alexander, Constance Towers & Ed Nelson, and Eileen Davidson & Ryan Matthews [GSN/980.4]
  • A 1983 episode from "Soap Couples Week"; guests are Jerry Douglas & Deborah Adair, Frank Runyon & Meg Ryan, and Bill Beyers & Leslie Graves [GSN]
  • Christmas 1983 episode; guests are Lynn Redgrave, Bill Daily, and Grant Goodeve [GSN/547.2]
  • A 1984 episode from "Best Friends Week"; guests are Robert Donner & Charles Lane, Fred Grandy & Ted Lange, and Harvey Korman & McLean Stevenson (Future "Card Sharks" dealer Lacey Pemberton participates in a visual question!) [GSN/466.4]
  • 1984; guests are Didi Conn & David Shire, Lynn Redgrave & John Clark, and Vic Tayback [GSN/466.5]
  • Two 1984 episodes from "Mothers and Daughters Week"; guests are Cleo & Lola Falana, *Anne & Jennifer Convy*, and Zsa Zsa Gabor & Francesca Hilton [1 GSN/402.8, 1 OB]
  • 1984; guests are Chuck Wagner, Norman Fell, and Don Stroud (Bert wears a skirt!) [GSN/349.8]
  • A 1984 episode from "Mothers and Sons Week"; guests are Shirley Jones, Isabel Sanford, and Phyllis Diller (Bert's mom Monica makes an appearance) [GSN/744.9]
  • 1984; guests are Roger E. Mosley, Tom Poston, and Bonnie Urseth [GSN]
  • The last episode from 1984 (from "Soap Stars & Their Moms Week"); guests are Anne Sward & Scott Bryce, Marla Adams & Frank Benard, and Marj Dusay & Todd Curtis [GSN/119.4]

    TEEN WIN, LOSE, OR DRAW:Marc Price:
  • 1989; guests are Soleil Moon Frye and Brice Beckham (end credits missing) [OB/564.2]
  • 1989; guests are Mayim Bialik and Danny Ponce (glitchy video throughout, but watchable) [OB/170.1]
  • 1989; guests are Tiffany Brissette and David Faustino [OB/564.3]
  • 1989; guests are Candace Cameron and Chad Allen [OB/564.4]
  • 1989; guests are Josie Davis and Wil Wheaton [OB]
  • 1989; guests are Allison Smith and Christopher Barnes [OB/603.1]
  • 1989; guests are Jamie Luner and Scott Nemes [OB/603.7]
  • 1990; guests are Maureen Flannigan and Matthew Newmark [OB/603.2]
  • 1990; guests are Candace Cameron and Chris Young [OB/603.3]
  • 1990; guests are Jenny Beck and Jay Ferguson [OB/603.4]
  • 1990; guests are Danica McKellar and Jason Hervey [OB/603.5]
  • 1990; guests are Soleil Moon Frye and Leonardo DiCaprio [OB/603.6]
  • 1990; guests are Staci Keenan and Adam Jeffries (missing last 2 minutes or so) [OB/603.8]
  • 1990; guests are Maureen Flannigan and Jason Hervey [OB]

    TELL ALL (TUTV word game)-Brian Schwartz:

  • Both pilots from 2012 [both SM]
  • A general 2012 episode [SM]
  • The 1st season finale from 2012; it's a special "staff edition" [SM]

    TELL IT TO GROUCHO-Groucho Marx:

  • The 1961 pilot [SM]
  • 1962; guest is Fabian [OB]
  • A partial 1962 episode; guest is Rod Serling [OC]
  • 1962; guest is Jayne Mansfield [OC]

    TEMPTATION-Art James:

  • The 1967 pilot [SM/235.3]
  • Two general 1967 episodes [1 OC, 1 SM]

    10 SECONDS-Dan Miller: Five episodes from 1993:

  • The premiere episode [OB/D112.5]
  • The 3rd episode (missing intro) [OB/847.7]
  • Three general episodes [2 OB/94.15; 224.5, 1 OC/683.11]

    TEXACO STAR NATIONAL ACADEMIC CHAMPIONSHIP-Chip Beall: A semi-finals episode from 1990 [OB/985.10]

    THAT AWKWARD GAME SHOW-Jeff Dye: The first two episodes from 2016 [both RPT]

    THAT'S MY DOG!
    Steve Skrovan:

  • One episode from 1992 (has tracking problems, part of end credits cut off) [OC/D75.5]
    Wil Shriner:
  • One episode from 1993 [RPT/798.5]
  • One episode from 1994 [RPT/798.6]

    THAT'S THE QUESTION-Bob Goen:

  • The 2006 premiere episode [OC]
  • The 2nd season premiere from 2007 [OC]
  • A 2007 episode w/a contestant who repeatedly forgets to buzz in! (missing intro) [OB]

    THINK FAST
    Michael Carrington:
    Seven episodes from 1989:

  • An early episode w/slightly different Locker Room rules [GAS/749.7]
  • Five general episodes [3 OB/212.8; 266.12-13, 1 GAS/835.3]
  • An episode w/a nearly impossible Brain Bender [GAS/829.7]
    Skip Lackey: Eight episodes from 1990:
  • His first episode [GAS]
  • An episode w/a maingame shutout [GSN]
  • Four general episodes[3 OB/266.14-15; 267.1, 1 GAS/899.1]
  • An episode where a Brian Bender is guessed on the 1st try [GAS]
  • An episode w/a nearly impossible Brain Bender [GAS/749.8]

    THINK TWICE-Monteria Ivey: Three episodes from 1994 [all OB]:

  • The premiere episode [149.1]
  • Two general episodes [1054.4]

    THINKER'S THROWDOWN-John Marx: The 3rd season championship episode from 2011 [OC]

    3RD DEGREE-Bert Convy:

  • The 1989 premiere episode; guests are Loni Anderson, Betty White, Charles Nelson Reilly, and Burt Reynolds [OB/233.6]
  • 1989; guests are Marsha Warfield, Beth Maitland, Joel Brooks, and Soupy Sales (end credits missing) [OB/31.12]
  • 1989; guests are Betty White, Vicki Lawrence-Schultz, Brad Garrett, and McLean Stevenson [RPT]
  • 1989; guests are Marsha Warfield, Khrystyne Haje, Stephen Nichols, and Richard Simmons [RPT]
  • 1989; guests are Lauren Hutton, Edie McClurg, Stuart Damon, and Ted Shackelford (Michael Hanks announces) [RPT]
  • 1989; guests are Marsha Warfield, Dawnn Lewis, Jonathan Prince, and Alex Rocco [RPT]
  • 1989; guests are Vicki Lawrence-Schultz, Leeza Gibbons, Stuart Damon, and Robin Leach [OC]
  • 1989; guests are Marsha Warfield, Jeanne Cooper, Mark McEwen, and Stuart Damon (missing final segment) [OB]
  • 1989; guests are Edie McClurg, Deborah Harmon, Clifton Davis, and Morton Downey Jr. (missing last few min.) [OB]
  • The first few minutes of a 1989 episode; guests are Edie McClurg, Marcy Walker, Jonathan Prince, and Stuart Damon [OB]
  • 1990; guests are Nancy Grahn, Barbara Crampton, Jonathan Prince, and Stuart Damon [OC/115.5]
  • 1990; guests are Anne-Marie Johnson, Vicki Lawrence-Schultz, Patrick Wayne, and Stuart Damon (missing first minute or so) [OB/183.3]
  • 1990; guests are Rue McClanahan, Marsha Warfield, Ned Beatty, and Mario Van Peebles [OC]

    THOUSAND DOLLAR BEE-Sinatra Onieyewacki & "Busy Bee": One episode from 2004 [RPT]

    3 FOR THE MONEY-Dick Enberg: Two episodes from 1975 [both SM]:

  • The premiere episode; guests are Linda Kaye-Henning and Dick Gautier
  • Guests are Barbara Feldon and *Jim McKrell* [D76.4]

    THREE ON A MATCH-Bill Cullen:

  • A general 1973 episode [SM/287.5]
  • A 1973 episode w/the 2nd format (Wayne Howell announces) [SM]
  • A full week of shows from 1974 w/big winner Fred Abraham [all OC]

    3'S A CROWD:
    Jim Peck:

  • The first two pilots from 1978 (w/a slightly different set, and no perm on Jim) [both GSN/307.1-2]
  • The 3rd pilot from 1979 (see above) [GSN/180.3]
  • The 1979 premiere episode [GSN/307.3]
  • Seven general 1979 episodes [all GSN/307.4-9]
  • A 1979 episode that ends w/a tie score [GSN/307.10]
  • A 1979 episode that was probably responsible for the show's cancellation (you'll find out why!) [GSN/307.11]
  • A 1979 episode that also helped get the show cancelled [GSN/307.12]
    Alan Thicke ("All-New 3's a Crowd"):
  • The 1999 premiere episode [OC/415.3]
  • Three general 1999 episodes [2 OC/453.11-12, 1 OB/575.3]
  • The 2nd season premiere from 2000 [OC/533.1]

    THROUT AND NECK-Rebecca Grant: Three episodes from 1999 [all OC]:

  • The premiere episode [340.12]
  • Three general episodes [492.6-8]

    TIC TAC DOUGH
    Jay Jackson:

  • One episode from 1957 (missing intro/end credits) [OB]
    Win Elliot:
  • One episode from 1958 [OC]
    Jack Barry:
  • One episode from 1958 [OC]
    Wink Martindale
    CBS, 1978 ("The New Tic Tac Dough"):
  • The first four episodes (episodes 2 and 3 missing end credits) [all OB/573.1-4]
    SYNDICATED, 1978-85:
  • The 1978 premiere episode [GSN/D48.4]
  • The 1978 premiere episode (this is a different episode than the one above) [GSN/166.16]
  • The 3rd episode [GSN/D12.3]
  • A general 1978 episode [GSN/D12.4]
  • Pieter DeVries' first appearance from 1978 [GSN/1055.3]
  • Three consecutive episodes from 1978 where Pieter goes for his 1st car [all GSN/D12.2, 523.3-4]
  • A 1978 episode where Pieter breaks the $60,000 mark (missing first few minutes; his opponent in game 2 is future "PYL" champ Dave Wagner) [OC]
  • Pieter's final appearance from 1978 [OC/894.3]
  • A 1978 episode where Wink acknowledges the gameboard developers [GSN/1044.6]
  • A 1979 episode where Brian Donovan wins his 4th car [GSN/630.10]
  • A 1979 episode where Brian wins his 5th car [GSN/739.3]
  • Brian's final appearance from 1979 (w/a hillarious Freudian slip by Wink at the beginning!) [GSN/1044.7]
  • The first episode w/the "regular" shuffling rules from 1979 [GSN/1036.1]
  • Gary Myers' first appearance from 1979 [GSN/1036.9]
  • A 1979 episode where Gary wins his 3rd car [GSN/112.12]
  • A 1979 episode where Gary wins his 4th car [GSN/630.11]
  • A 1979 episode where Gary breaks the $120,000 mark [GSN/1036.8]
  • Two consecutive episodes from 1979 w/future B&E writer Scott Wyant [both GSN/102.10, 102.12]
  • Four general 1979 episodes [all GSN/119.6, 1055.1-2]
  • The 1979-80 season premiere [GSN/1055.13]
  • A 1979 episode where Dan McDade wins his 1st car [GSN]
  • A 1979 episode where Dan wins his 2nd car [GSN]
  • A 1979 episode where Dan wins his 3rd car [GSN]
  • Dan's final appearance from 1979 [GSN]
  • Three consecutive episodes from 1979 w/veteran GS champ Gary Giardina [all GSN]
  • The "Over 80 Tournament" finals from 1979 [GSN]
  • A 1979 episode where Richard Klinger wins his 1st car [GSN]
  • A 1979 episode where Richard wins his 2nd car [GSN]
  • The first episode w/the "Secret Category" from 1980 [GSN]
  • Doc Fass's first 2 appearances from 1980 [both GSN]
  • A 1980 episode where Doc wins his 1st car [GSN]
  • A 1980 episode where Doc wins his 2nd car [GSN/D63.4]
  • A 1980 episode where Doc wins a $15,000+ pot [GSN]
  • Doc's final appearance from 1980 [GSN]
  • Veteran GS champ Mark Leinwand's first appearance from 1980 [GSN]
  • A 1980 episode where Mark wins his 1st car [GSN]
  • A 1980 episode where Mark wins an $11,000+ pot [GSN/D12.1]
  • A 1980 episode where Mark wins his 2nd car [GSN]
  • A 1980 episode where Mark wins his 3rd car (and breaks the $100,000 mark!) [GSN]
  • A 1980 episode where Mark wins an $18,000 pot [GSN]
  • Mark's final appearance (and John Welsh's first win) from 1980 [GSN]
  • A 1980 episode where John wins a $34,000+ pot [GSN]
  • A 1980 episode where John wins a car [GSN]
  • A 1980 episode where John wins a $28,000+ pot (and breaks the $100,000 mark!) [GSN]
  • John's final appearance from 1980 [GSN/1057.17]
  • Four general 1980 episodes [all GSN/1036.10, 1044.8-9]
  • Thom McKee's first 2 appearances from 1980 [both GSN/254.1-2]
  • A 1980 episode where Thom wins his 1st car [GSN/254.3]
  • A 1980 episode where Thom wins the largest pot ever: almost $37,000! [GSN/254.4]
  • A 1980 episode where Thom wins his 2nd car [GSN/254.5]
  • A 1980 episode where Thom breaks the $100,000 mark [GSN/254.6]
  • A 1980 episode where Thom wins his 3rd car [GSN]
  • A 1980 episode where Thom wins his 4th car (and becomes TTD's all-time top winner!) [GSN/254.7]
  • A 1980 episode where Thom wins his 5th car [GSN]
  • A 1980 episode where Thom breaks the $200,000 mark [GSN/254.8]
  • The last two episodes of the 1979-80 season (Thom wins his 6th car in episode 1!) [GSN/254.9]
  • The first three episodes of the 1980-81 season (and Thom is still going strong!); Art James announces [all GSN/280.8-10]
  • Two consecutive episodes from 1980 where Thom wins his 7th car [both GSN/280.11]
  • A 1980 episode where Thom wins his *8th* (and last) car [GSN/254.11]
  • Thom's final appearance from 1980 [GSN/254.12]
  • A 1980 episode where Erik Kraepelien (who defeated Thom) wins his 1st car [GSN]
  • Four consecutive episodes from 1980 where Erik helps set an all-time tie game record! [all GSN/321.9-12]
  • A 1980 episode w/a $13,000+ pot at stake [GSN]
  • A 1980 episode where Mary Ellen Driscoll becomes the all-time top female winner [GSN/630.12]
  • Three consecutive episodes from 1980 where the pot builds to $27,000+! [all GSN/180.5, 985.11-12]
  • A general 1981 episode [OB]
  • Three consecutive episodes from 1981 w/Laura Chambers as a contestant! (episodes 1 and 2 missing end credits, episode 3 partial) [all OC/135.1, 135.2, 135.3]
  • A 1982 episode where Wink accidentally calls the champion a "she"! [USA]
  • The "Classy Guys Tournament" finals from 1983 w/Jed Allan vs. Wilt Chamberlain [USA/399.8]
  • The 1983-84 season premiere (w/LONG end credits!) [GSN/119.13]
  • A 1983 episode where Joan Diaz wins her 2nd car [GSN]
  • A 1983 episode w/a pot of almost $10,000 at stake! [GSN/1055.6]
  • The 1,000th episode from 1983 (w/an appearance by producer Allen Koss, who presents the production slate to Wink!) [GSN/341.7]
  • A 1983 episode w/MLB great Steve Dunning's wife Joan as a contestant (Steve is in the audience and gets a standing O!) [GSN]
  • Three general 1983 episodes [1 CBN, 1 USA/550.8, 1 OC]
  • A 1983 episode w/the "Dragon Finder" audience game and promos for the upcoming "All-Time Champions Tournament" [GSN/281.11]
  • Three consecutive episodes from 1983 w/Jan Kraepelien (Erik's brother) [all GSN/341.8-10]
  • All six episodes of the "All-Time Champions Tournament" from 1983 [all GSN/1054.8-12, 281.12]
  • A 1983 episode w/the 2-player Dragon Finder game [GSN/958.7]
  • A 1984 episode w/a debatable ruling on the final question [GSN/958.6]
  • A 1984 episode where Wink screws up on a question [GSN/958.8]
  • Five general 1984 episodes [3 GSN/180.7, 1 OB/D26.1, 1 USA/550.7]
  • The last few minutes of Kit Salisbury's first appearance from 1983 [OC]
  • All 25 episodes of Kit's reign from 1984 [most OC]
    (NOTE: Also have the following Kit episodes from GSN)
  • The 1983-84 season finale (Kit shows an amazing display of knowledge in the "Auction" category!) [304.10]
  • The 2nd episode of the 1984-85 season (Kit wins his 1st car!) [304.11]
  • A 1984 episode where Kit wins his 2nd car [341.11]
  • A 1984 episode where Kit wins his 3rd car [531.10]
  • A 1984 episode where Kit wins his 4th car [485.7]
  • A 1984 episode where Kit becomes TTD's 2nd-biggest winner! [341.12]
  • A 1984 episode where Kit wins his 5th car [531.11]
  • A 1984 episode where Kit wins his 6th car [424.7]
  • A 1984 episode where Kit wins his 7th car (his opponent in game 1, Royanne Richert, was on the "Bullseye" premiere 4 years earlier) [405.10]
  • Kit's final appearance from 1984 [426.2]
  • The first post-Kit episode from 1984 (missing last few minutes) [OC]
  • A 1984 episode w/a rare tie game where the center box is never chosen! [GSN]
  • A 1984 episode where Keith Klamer wins his 1st car [GSN/424.8]
  • A 1984 episode where Keith wins his 2nd car [GSN/424.9]
  • A 1985 episode where Dan Schaffer breaks the $65,000 mark [GSN]
  • Dan's final appearance from 1985 [GSN/1055.5]
  • Six general 1985 episodes [5 GSN/424.6; 630.9; 1055.6; 1059.4, 1 OC/516.7]
  • A 1985 episode where former "TJW" champ Victoria Kelly wins her 1st car [GSN/1047.5]
  • Wink's last episode from 1985 [GSN/486.3]
    Jim Caldwell:
  • His first episode from 1985 [GSN/486.4]
  • Four general 1985 episodes [1 OC/135.9, 3 GSN/630.5; 826.4; 1055.7]
  • Ted Scott's first appearance from 1985 [GSN/643.10]
  • A 1985 episode where Ted wins his 1st car [GSN/630.4]
  • A 1985 episode where Ted wins his 2nd car [GSN/630.6]
  • Ted's final appearance from 1985 [GSN/630.7]
  • Six consecutive episodes from 1986 w/10-time GS contestant Don Benn [4 GSN/643.1-3; 668.5, 2 OC/318.3-4]
  • Three consecutive episodes from 1986 [all OC]
  • A 1986 episode where Barry Chulman wins his 1st car [GSN/826.5]
  • A 1986 episode where Barry wins his 2nd car [GSN/826.6]
  • Two general 1986 episodes [1 OB/D73.4, 1 GSN/1055.8]
  • The last episode from 1986 (ends w/a clip of Thom McKee and an update on him) [OB/D18.4]
    Patrick Wayne: Eight episodes from 1990:
  • The premiere episode [USA]
  • Former "$otC" champ and future GS host Mark DeCarlo's appearance [OC]
  • An episode w/Art James announcing [USA/1057.15]
  • Two general episodes [1 OB/543.16, 1 OC]
  • An episode where all-time champ Joel Lewin breaks the $50,000 mark [USA]
  • Joel's final appearance (w/a promo for "The Challengers") [OC/1057.21]
  • An episode from the infamous "Divorced Couples Week" [USA/182.4]

    TIME MACHINE-John Davidson: Nine episodes from 1985:

  • The premiere episode [OC/D31.4]
  • Two general episodes w/the 1st format [1 OB/434.2, 1 OC/810.1]
  • An episode w/the champion going for his 5th win [OC/809.2]
  • Two general episodes w/the 2nd format [both OC/809.5]
  • Two consecutive episodes (episode 2 is April Fools' Day, and a joke is played on the champion!) [both OC/809.3, 809.10]
  • The last episode [OC/D61.2]

    TO SAY THE LEAST-Tom Kennedy:

  • The 1977 premiere episode; guests are Rita Moreno, Lee Merriwether, Robert Fuller, and Jamie Farr [OC/D62.2]
  • Three consecutive episodes from 1978; guests are JoAnn Pflug, Susan Seaforth, Paul Sylvan, and Jamie Farr (episode 2 missing end credits) [all OC]
  • 1978; guests are *Ruta Lee*, Sharon Gless, Paul Sylvan, and Jamie Farr [OC/216.4]
  • Two consecutive episodes from 1978; guests are Sharon Gless, *Ruta Lee*, Paul Sylvan, and Peter Isacksen (episode 1 missing end credits, episode 2 missing intro) [both OC]

    TO TELL THE TRUTH: See separate page for listings.

    TOP CARD
    Jim Caldwell:

  • The 1989 premiere episode [OC/683.10]
  • A general 1989 episode [OC/108.8]
  • Two consecutive episodes from 1990 (now w/the "music" format; episode 2 missing part of round 2) [both OB]
  • A general 1990 episode [OB]
    Dan Miller: Three episodes from 1992 [all OB]:
  • A general episodes [95.12]
  • An episode where a joker is uncovered in the maingame (missing intro) [950.16]
  • The last episode (though not mentioned; missing intro) [616.7]

    TOTAL BLACKOUT-Jaleel White:

  • The 2012 premiere episode [OC]
  • The 2nd episode (w/couples playing) [OC]
  • A 2013 episode w/parent-child teams playing [RPT]
  • The last episode from 2013; it's a celebrity show w/Bob Guiney & Aubrey O'Day vs. Erin Way & Neil Grayston [RPT]

    TRASHED-Chris Hardwick: Two episodes from 1994 [1 OB/703.11, 1 OC]

    TREASURE HUNT
    Jan Murray:

  • One episode from 1958 [KIN]
    Geoff Edwards
    SYNDICATED (weekly), 1973-77 ("The New Treasure Hunt"):
  • The 1973 premiere episode [SM/109.1, which is missing the end credits but includes a promo, also GSN/217.4, complete]
  • A 1973 episode w/a very "boxy" skit [CBN/255.1]
  • A 1973 episode w/two klunks [CBN/255.2]
  • A 1973 episode w/a skit you should "check" out [CBN/255.3]
  • A 1973 episode w/a "Cinderella" skit (can the contestant squeeze her foot into the "glass slipper"?) [CBN/255.4]
  • A 1974 episode w/a torturous "birdcage" skit [GSN/236.8]
  • A 1974 episode w/a visit from the Acme Prize Company [CBN/255.5]
  • A 1974 episode where a contestant passes up $14,000! (Chuck Barris is among the participants in this skit) [CBN/255.6]
  • A 1974 episode w/a $25,000 win! [GSN]
  • A 1974 episode w/the infamous Rolls-Royce fainter [GSN]
  • A 1976 episode where the entire cast comes out to say "bye-bye" to a contestant [CBN/234.4]
  • A 1976 episode w/a hillarious Easter egg hunt [RPT/145.5]
  • A 1976 episode w/two klunks (Geoff reads some fan mail to Emile Autouri at the end of the show!) [CBN/255.7]
  • A 1976 episode w/an "artist" skit featuring Siv Aberg in a bikini (intro and part of 1st segment missing) [CBN/255/8]
  • A 1976 episode where series "creator" Treasure W. Hunt Sr's 100th birthday is celebrated [CBN/255.9]
  • A 1976 episode w/two car-related skits (watch what they both lead up to!) [CBN/255.10]
  • A 1976 episode where a contestant passes up the $25,000! (Geoff reads more fan mail to Emile and tries to get him to smile) [CBN/255.11]
  • A 1976 episode where the contestant does a commercial for prunes [CBN/255.12]
  • A 1976 episode w/a hillarious "yodeling contest" (Includes a cool CBN promo for "Face the Music"!) [CBN/255.13]
  • A 1976 episode w/a Presidential sculpting contest (missing 1st jack-in-the-box reveal, contestant intro, and part of game 1 prize plugs) [CBN/255.14]
    SYNDICATED (daily), 1981-82:
  • A 1981 episode where Geoff gets a little carried away w/Jan Speck (missing 1st minute or so) [CBN/439.4]
  • A 1981 episode w/a $20,000 win! [CBN, also RPT]
  • A 1981 episode w/a crazy contestant [GSN]
  • A 1981 episode where the contestant does a screen test w/French actor Pierre Upthere [GSN/985.13]
  • A 1981 episode w/appearances by French "TH" host Robair Paris and prize guy Lenny Bycracky [GSN/985.14]
  • A 1981 episode w/a problematic game 1 skit [GSN/985.15]
  • A 1981 episode w/a "Gone With the Wind" skit featuring Jan as Scarlett O'Hara [GSN/373.2]
  • A 1981 episode where the contestant plays a game called "Eat Your Answers" (Tony McClay announces) [GSN/399.10]
  • A 1981 episode w/an alleged cue card mix-up during Emile's segment (check out Geoff's reaction!) [GSN/272.13]
  • A 1981 episode w/a hilarious "magic lamp" skit [GSN]
  • A 1981 episode where a contestant passes up $46,000 (and it's a heartbreaker!) [GSN/176.9]
  • A 1981 episode where Geoff goes to lunch(!) during game 2 [GSN/305.4]
  • A 1981 episode w/two klunks [GSN/305.5]
  • A 1981 episode w/an on-camera appearance by Johnny Jacobs [GSN/176.4]
  • A 1981 episode where Johnny Jacobs appears (again!) as a hypnotist [GSN]
  • A 1981 episode w/a check win (sort of...) [GSN/176.12]
  • A 1981 episode where Geoff goes "pun crazy" [RPT/257.8]
  • A 1981 episode w/a skit you should "watch" carefully [RPT/109.4]
  • A 1981 episode w/an onstage pillow fight! [RPT]
  • A 1981 episode where Geoff's daughter makes her "dramatic" debut [GSN]
  • A 1981 episode where a contestant passes up $50,000! (Treasure W. Hunt Sr. appears in game 1) [GSN/930.19]
  • A 1981 episode w/a $50,000 win! [GSN/180.8]
  • A 1981 episode w/a $21,000 win! [GSN/140.3]

    TREASURE ISLE-John Bartholomew Tucker:

  • One episode from 1967 (possibly from the first week) [KIN]
  • Three episodes from 1968 [all KIN/164.1-3]

    TREASURE MALL-Hal Sparks: Three episodes from 1988 [all OC]:

  • The premiere episode (missing intro) [134.6]
  • Two general episodes (one is missing 1st segment)

    TRIPLE THREAT

  • The 1988 pilot (hosted by Sam Riddle); guests are Ben & Naja Vereen and Scott & Rose Baio [SM]
    Jim Lange: Eight episodes from 1988:
  • The premiere episode; guests are Helen & Jordan Reddy and Fred Travalena III and Fred Jr. [OB/223.4]
  • Guests are John & Ben Sebastian and Fred & Hope Willard [OC]
  • Guests are Shirley Jones & Ryan Cassidy and Marion & Ellen Ross [OB/223.5]
  • Guests are Ray & Ellen Mancini and Melody Thomas Scott & Jennifer Scott (missing 1st minute or so) [OB/223.6]
  • Guests are Lynn Redgrave & Miles Griffith and Ken & Liza Kercheval [OB/95.8]
  • Guests are Richard Kline & Carolyn Malloy and Patty Duke & Sean Astin [OB/95.9]
  • Guests are Fred & Hope Willard and Fabian & Christian Forte [OB/95.10]
  • A "special" teen episode w/Alan Hunter guest-hosting; guests are Tina Yothers and Christopher Barnes [OC/108.11]
    Spencer Christian:
  • The 1992 premiere episode [OC]

    TRIVIA TRACK
    Larry Anderson:
    Three episodes from 1997:

  • The first two episodes (the premiere is a disaster!) [episode 1 OC/355.3, episode 2 OB/146.8]
  • A general episode [OC/87.8]
    Marianne Curan:
  • A 1997 episode w/Peter Tomarken guest-hosting [OC/373.4]
  • Two general 1998 episodes [both OC/320.8-9]
  • A 1998 episode w/Nancy Sullivan guest-hosting [OC/320.10]

    TRIVIA TRAP-Bob Eubanks:

  • The 1984 pilot (w/a slightly different set and format) [SM/268.4]
  • The first two episodes from 1984 [episode 1 GSN/286.2, episode 2 RPT]
  • A 1984 episode w/former "MG PM" and "Blockbusters" champ Tom Hendricks [GSN/811.4]
  • A 1984 episode where audience members play at the end [GSN]
  • Three general 1984 episodes [all GSN/D37.5, 811.6, 1057.1]
  • A 1984 episode w/former "Blockbusters" contestant Puff Contreras [GSN/811.5]
  • A 1984 episode where a team wins *$0* in the $10,000 Ladder round! [GSN]
  • All of a special celebrity week from 1984 w/Tom Poston, Jamie Farr, and *Bill Cullen* vs. Betty White, Vicki Lawrence, and Jayne Meadows [all GSN/805.7-11, also have Fri. ep from OC]
  • The first three episodes w/the revised format from 1984 [all GSN/811.7, 935.13-14]
  • Two consecutive 1985 episodes w/former "P+" and "Blockbusters" champ Kandi Doyle [both GSN/811.8, 962.9]
  • A 1985 episode where the Juniors retire undefeated w/$65,496! [GSN/1057.2]
  • Three general 1985 episodes [all GSN/D116.1, 169.20, 305.6]
  • All of a special Soap Week from 1985 w/"General Hospital" vs. "One Life to Live" [all GSN/1057.3-7]
  • A 1985 episode w/veteran GS champ Scott Hostetler [GSN/1057.8]
  • The last episode from 1985 (w/a brief promo for "All-Star Blitz"; part of end credits cut off) [OC]

    TRIVIA UNWRAPPED-Marc Summers: Four episodes from 2003:

  • The premiere episode [OC/846.6]
  • Two general episodes [1 OC/852.4, 1 RPT/910.1]
  • An episode w/an appearance by Rodney Allen Rippy [OB/1057.20]

    TRIVIAL PURSUIT-Wink Martindale: Four episodes from 1993:

  • The hour-long premiere episode [OB/D114.1]
  • Future "Greed" and "WBSM" contestant Russell Giles' appearance (an audience game is played at the end!) [RPT/768.12]
  • An episode w/a former "Scattegories" champ [RPT/1003.14]
  • "Willy Wonka" co-star Paris "Mike Teevee" Themmen's appearance [RPT]

    TRIVIAL PURSUIT: AMERICA PLAYS-Christopher Knight:

  • The 2008 premiere episode [OC]
  • A 2008 episode w/a $25,000+ win! [OC]
  • ATGSer Mike Klauss's first video appearance from 2008 [OC]
  • Three general 2008 episodes [all OC]
  • A 2008 episode w/veteran GS champ Dan Avila on America's Team [OB]
  • A 2008 episode from "Brady Week" w/Barry Williams vs. Eve Plumb, Mike Lookinland, and Susan Olsen [OC]
  • A 2008 episode from "Judges Week" w/Cristina Pereyra as team captain [OC]
  • Mike Klauss's second video appearance from 2009 [OC]
  • ATGSer Thad Dixon's first video appearance from 2009 [OC]
  • Adam Nedeff's video appearance from 2009 [OB]
  • A general 2009 episode [OC]
  • Thad Dixon's second video appearance from 2009 [OC]
  • A 2009 episode where a contestant goes for the rare "double-or-nothing" gamble [OB]

    TRUMP CARD-Jimmy Cefalo:

  • The 1990 premiere episode (w/an appearance by Donald Trump at the beginning!) [OC/217.3]
  • Three general 1990 episodes [all OB/D40.1, 228.5, 298.11]
  • A 1990 episode w/a 15-second bonus round win! (end credits missing) [OB]
  • The $100,000 Championship finals (and last episode of the series) from 1991 [OC/256.3]

    TRUST ME, I'M A GAME SHOW HOST-D.L. Hughley & Michael Ian Black: The 2013 premiere episode [RPT]

    TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES
    Ralph Edwards:

  • One episode from 1951 [OC]
    Jack Bailey:
  • One episode from 1955 [OC]
    Bob Barker
    NBC, 1956-65:
  • His first episode (and TV debut!) from 1956 (has inactive time code at bottom of screen) [SM/D113.5]
  • Two general 1961 episodes [1 KIN, 1 A1/D43.1]
    SYNDICATED, 1966-75:
  • A general 1966 episode [KIN/D39.1]
  • A half-hour of clips from three 197? episodes [all OB/378.3]
    Bob Hilton ("The New Truth or Consequences"):
  • One episode from 1977 (has inactive time code at top left corner of screen) [SM]
    Larry Anderson:
  • The 1987 premiere episode (w/an appearance by Ralph Edwards!) [OB/273.7]
  • A general 1987 episode [OB/495.3]

    TURN IT UP!-Jordan Brady: The 1990 premiere episode [OC/125.9]

    TWENTY-ONE
    Jack Barry:

  • The 1956 pilot [SM]
  • Van Doren vs. Stempel from 1956 (yes, this is the classic episode where Stempel takes the dive!) [OC]
  • Bloomgarden vs. Snodgrass from 1957 (missing final segment) [A1/D43.2]
  • Bloomgarden vs. Craig from 1957 [SC/1047.6]
    Maury Povich: Eight episodes from 2000:
  • The premiere episode [OC/426.3, also GSN/887.11, w/better video quality]
  • The 3rd episode [OC/427.1]
  • The 4th episode [OC/427.7]
  • An episode where Rahim Oberholzer breaks the $1,000,000 mark! [OC/431.4]
  • Three consecutive episodes where Dave Legler becomes the all-time top GS winner! [episode 1 PAX/447.5, episodes 2 and 3 OC/432.5; 449.1]
  • The last episode (though not mentioned) [OC/467.6]

    20 QUESTIONS
    Bill Slater:

  • One episode from 1952; panel is Fred Van Deventer, Florence Rinard, Herb Polesie, Johnny McPhee, and Eleanor Steber [OC]
    Jay Jackson:
  • 1953; panel is Fred Van Deventer, Florence Rinard, Herb Polesie, Dick Harrison, and Dr. Russell J. Humbert [OC]

    20Q-Cat Deeley: Two episodes from 2009:

  • The premiere episode [RPT]
  • A special "Battle of the Sexes" episode [OB]

    TWO FOR THE MONEY
    Herb Shriner:
    NBC, 1952-53

  • The 1952 premiere episode [GSN]
  • A general 1952 episode [GSN]
  • A 1953 episode where Herb plays his harmonicas [GSN]
  • The last NBC episode from 1953 (w/Walter O'Keefe guest-hosting, though Herb appears at the end) [GSN]
    CBS, 1953-56
  • The 1953 premiere episode [GSN]
  • A general 1953 episode [GSN]
  • A 1953 episode w/a record $2,835 win in game 3! [GSN]
  • A general 1954 episode [GSN]
  • A 1954 episode w/Fred Allen guest-hosting [OC]
  • One episode from 1956 [GSN]
    Sam Levenson:
  • The 1957 premiere episode [GSN]

    TWO IN LOVE-Bert Parks: One episode from 1954 [OC]

    2 MINUTE DRILL-Kenny Mayne:

  • The 2000 premiere episode; guests are Tony Dorsett, Marcus Camby, Rich Eisen, and Robert Wuhl [OC/497.5]
  • 2000; guests are Franco Harris, Rick Barry, Janet Evans, and Rich Eisen [OC/511.6]
  • 2000; guests are Gary Carter, Fred Carter, Mel Kiper Jr, and Rece Davis [OC/532.3]
  • The finals episode from 2000; guests are *Regis Philbin*, Marcus Camby, Mike Golic, and Mike Greenberg [OC/566.4]
  • The 2nd season premiere from 2001; guests are Darryl Talley, Jim Palmer, Keith Van Horn, and Gail Devers [OC/597.3]
  • 2001; guests are Mike Jarvis, Drew Pearson, Stan Mikita, and Colin Mochrie [OC/601.7]
  • 2001; guests are Jaime Bergman, Ozzie Smith, Jenny Thompson, and Joe Forte [OC/604.5]
  • The finals episode from 2001; guests are Darius Rucker, Jason Sehorn, Clyde Drexler, and Orel Hershiser [OC/624.4]
  • The 3rd season premiere from 2001; guests are Angela Perez Baraquio, John Salley, Jack Morris, and Cobi Jones [OC/629.7]
  • 2001; guests are Wally Joyner, Jaime Bergman, Rollie Fingers, and Uncle Kracker [OC/647.2]
  • 2001; guests are Cornelius Bennett, Ron Darling, Darryl Dawkins, and Dara Torres (Ex-WWtBaM champ James Dinan is a contestant!) [OC/660.1]
  • The finals episode (and last one of the series) from 2001; guests are Roy Jones Jr, Michael Irvin, Jackie Joyner-Kersee, and Mark Cuban [OC/687.2]

    USA GONZO GAMES-Mark Walberg: One episode from 1991 [OC/411.12]

    ULTIMATE FAN LEAGUE-Bil Dwyer:

  • Pittsburgh vs. Seattle from 1998 (*Frank Nicotero* is a contestant!) [OC]
  • The finals episode (and last show of the series) from 1999 [OC/300.3]

    ULTIMATE FAN SEARCH-Chuck Woolery:

  • The finals episode from 1999 (w/an appearance by Barbara Eden) [OC/602.12]
  • A preliminary round from 2000 w/ATGS's Jon Hobden as a contestant! [SM/553.5]
  • A preliminary round from 2000 w/fellow trader Chris Bligh as a contestant [SM]
  • A semi-finals episode from 2000 (w/an appearance by Jerry Mathers) [OC/495.1]
  • The finals episode from 2000 [OC/495.2]

    VS.-Greg Proops: Eleven episodes from 1999:

  • The premiere episode w/Soccer Moms vs. Dominatrices [OC/343.4]
  • Cops vs. Hippies [OC/343.6]
  • Goth Chicks vs. Beauty Queens [OC/343.8]
  • Hooters Girls vs. Dykes on Bykes [RPT/384.9]
  • Perfect 10 Models vs. Plastic Surgeons [RPT/389.8]
  • Ventriloquists vs. Phone Sex Operators [OC]
  • Nudists vs. Porn Stars [OC/352.7]
  • Blondes vs. Brunettes [OC/368.1]
  • Penthouse Pets vs. Hustler Honeys [OC/368.2]
  • Football Players vs. Cheerleaders [OC/368.5]
  • TV Weathermen vs. Radio DJs [OC/368.7]

    THE VIDEO GAME-Greg Winfield: Three episodes from 1984 [all OC/135.10, 256.6, 785.3]

    VIDEO POWER-"Johnny Arcade": Ten episodes from 1991 [all OC]:

  • A "Battletoads" Friday championship episode (w/an appearance by 1990 Nintendo World Championship winner Thor Ackerland!)
  • Three general episodes [320.5-7]
  • All of a special "TMNT II Week"
  • A "Batman" Friday championship episode

    VIDEO VILLAGE
    Jack Narz:

  • One episode from 1960 [KIN]
  • The last primetime episode from 1961 (w/Red Rowe guest-hosting) [KIN]
    Monty Hall:
  • The 500th episode (and next-to-last one of the series) from 1962 [SM]

    VIDEO VILLAGE JUNIOR-Monty Hall: One episode from 1962 [SM]

    VIRTUAL MEMORY-Jamie Alexander:

  • Four general 2001 episodes [all OB/799.2-3, 971.1-2]
  • Christmas 2001 episode [OB/971.3]
  • Valentine's Day 2002 episode [OB/971.4]
  • Two general 2002 episodes [both OB/799.4-5]
  • Christmas 2002 episode [RPT]
  • A 2003 episode w/TERRIBLE editing! [OC]
  • Thanksgiving 2003 episode [OB]
  • A 2004 episode w/a hilarious opening! [OB]
  • The first episode w/the new set, graphics, and theme arrangement from 2005 [OB]
  • A celebrity episode from 2005 w/"JCTV" vs. "Xtreme Life" [OB]
  • One episode from 2006 [OB]
  • A 2007 episode w/a record-scoring game! [OB]
  • A 2008 episode w/all-girl teams playing [OB]
  • A general 2008 episode [OB]
  • A special "College Edition" from 2009 [OB]
  • The "JCTV" celebrity tournament finals from 2010 [OB]
  • The last episode from 2011 [OB]

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