My Game Shows, W-Z

WAIT TILL YOU HAVE KIDS!-Tom Parks:

  • The 1996 premiere episode [OC/D36.5]
  • The first episode w/the new set, theme music, and "expert" Marilyn Kagan from 1996 [OC/D57.7]
  • Future "Greed" champ Robert Abramoff's appearance from 1997 [OB/768.6]

    THE WALL-Chris Hardwick:

  • A special "sneak preview" episode from 2016 [OC]
  • The first two regular episodes from 2017 [OC]
  • Two general 2017 episodes [1 OB, 1 OC]
  • The 1st season finale from 2017 [OC]

    WANNA BET?-Ant McPartlin & Dec Donnelly: Four episodes from 2008 [all OC]:

  • The premiere episode; panel is Harland Williams, Sherri Shepherd, George Takei, and Tom Green
  • Panel is *Tom Bergeron*, Melissa Peterman, Corbin Bernsen, and Richard Hamilton
  • Panel is Tom Green, Shawne Merriman, Ali Landry, and Larry Joe Campbell
  • The last episode (though not mentioned); panel is George Wendt, *Shandi Finnessey, Tom Green, and Mo'Nique

    WE INTERRUPT THIS WEEK-Ned Sherrin:
    One episode from 1978 w/Eugenie Ross-Leming, Jeff Greenfield, and Richard Reeves vs. David Newman, Eugenia Zukerman, and Linda Blandford [SM/790.2]

    THE WEAKEST LINK
    Anne Robinson:

  • The first three episodes from 2001 [all OC/568.1-3]
  • A half-hour episode from 2001 w/"Survivor" castaways Ramona Gray, Gretchen Cordy, Joel Klug, Sean Kenniff, Richard Hatch, and Susan Hawk [OC/585.2]
  • A 2001 episode w/a $107,500 win! [OC/592.3]
  • A special "comedians" episode from 2001 w/Joe Rogan, Kathy Griffin, Nora Dunn, Rob Schneider, Tommy Davidson, Aisha Tyler, D.L. Hughley, and George Wendt [OC/585.3]
  • A special half-hour "NBA Halftime Edition" from 2001 w/Bob Costas, Baron Davis, Lisa Leslie, Steve Jones, and Bill Walton [OB]
  • A special 2001 episode w/"Fear Factor" alumni (and the lowest-scoring game in WL history!) [RPT/664.8]
  • Fellow trader Matt Scott's appearance from 2001 (watch for his special "request" at the end of round 6!) [OC/623.6]
  • A 2001 episode w/ex-"Brady Bunch" cast members Maureen McCormick, Mike Lookinland, Chris Knight, Susan Olsen, Eve Plumb, Florence Henderson, Robbie Rist, and Barry Williams [OC/629.8]
  • A celebrity episode from 2001 w/Teri Garr, Shemar Moore, Jay Mohr, Jamie Kennedy, Dean Cain, Alexandra Wentworth, Paul McCrane, and Michael Rapaport (all playing for 9/11 relief) [OC/629.9]
  • Halloween 2001 episode (w/the contestants in costume, and a $101,000 win!) [OC/647.5]
  • A WWF special from 2001 w/William Regal, Triple H, Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley, Lita, Kurt Angle, Trish Stratus, Booker T, and The Big Show [OC/650.8]
  • A special "TV Child Stars" episode from 2001 w/Emmanuel Lewis, Tina Yothers, Dan Pintauro, Keisha Knight Pulliam, Alfonso Riberio, Jerry Mathers, Danica McKellar, and Dustin Diamond [OC/659.1]
  • A 2001 episode w/comedians Kim Coles, Louie Anderson, Paul Rodriguez, Scott Thompson, Brian Posain, Daryl "Chill" Mitchell, Julie Brown, and Greg Proops [OC/659.2]
  • A 2001 episode w/"Star Trek" alumni Wil Wheaton, LeVar Burton, Robert Picardo, Denise Crosby, Roxann Dawson, John DeLancie, William Shatner, and Armin Shimmerman (A brief promo for "Celebrity Fear Factor" precedes the show, and a new record of $167,500 is set!) [OC/660.5]
  • Christmas 2001 episode (w/the contestants in holiday-themed costumes) [OC/662.3]
  • A 2002 episode w/ex-"Seinfeld" sidekicks Susan Walters, Brenda Strong, Phil Morris, Larry Thomas, Liz Sheridan, Brian George, Estelle Harris, and Danny Woodburn [OC/669.6]
  • An Olympic episode from 2002 w/ Mary Lou Retton, Lenny Krayzelburg, Brandi Chastain, Keri Strug, Carl Lewis, Sheryl Swoopes, Bruce Jenner, and Bart Conner [GSN]
  • A WWF special from 2002 w/Terri the She-Devil, Kane, Edge, Bubba Ray Dudley, Stone Cold Steve Austin, D Von Dudley, The King, and Debra [OC/689.10]
  • A 2002 episode w/NBC soap stars McKenzie Westmore, James Reynolds, Lindsay Korman, Matt Cedeno, Galen Gering, Alison Sweeney, Jason Cook, and Josh Ryan Evans [OC/702.6]
  • A special Playboy Plamate edition from 2002 w/Renee Kennison, Anna-Marie Goddard, Daphnee Duplaix, Shanna Lynn Mosler, Laura Tovert, Stephanie Heinrich, Jennifer Walcott, and Julie McCullough [OC/704.9]
  • A special "TV Moms Edition" from 2002 w/Karen Grassle, Janet Hubert, Jo Marie Payton, Pat Crowley, Alley Mills, June Lockhart, Beverly Garland, and Carol Potter (Includes a $124,000 win...which could've been MUCH bigger!) [PAX/754.5]
  • A general 2002 episode [OC]
  • A special rap stars edition from 2002 w/Rev. Run, Jermaine Dupree, DJ Quik, Da Brat, Xzibit, Nate Dogg, B-Real, and Young MC [PAX/759.10]
  • A special Family Edition from 2002 [PAX/769.9]
  • A 2002 episode w/Anne look-alikes (Includes a $112,000 win!) [PAX/775.6]
  • A special High School Edition from 2002 (w/a $157,500 win!) [OC/741.4]
  • A "Tournament of Losers" episode from 2002 (w/a record $189,500 win!) [GSN/854.3]
  • A 2002 episode w/a $133,500 win! [GSN/854.5]
    George Gray:
  • The 2002 premiere episode [OC/689.1, missing intro, also PAX/937.6, complete]
  • A 2002 episode from "College Week" (missing part of round 5 due to CBS News special report) [OC/686.6]
  • A 2002 episode w/a record $33,000 win! [OC/704.1]
  • Three general 2002 episodes [2 OC/680.8; 718.1, 1 PAX/577.6]
  • A special "New York DJ Edition" (aired only in said market) from 2002 [OC/704.2]
  • A special "Chicago DJ Edition" (aired only in said market) from 2002 [OC/706.3]
  • A 2002 episode from "Big Losers Week" [OC/713.4]
  • A 2002 episode w/a hilarious "flashback moment" by one contestant [GSN/1059.5]
  • A 2002 episode w/one of the lowest-scoring games in syndie WL history! [OC/761.4]
  • A 2002 episode where a new record of $37,750 is set [OC/761.8]
  • A 2002 episode where a new record is set: $53,000! [OC/761.10]
  • A special "TV Trivia Edition" from 2002 [PAX/908.8]
  • A 2003 episode from "Fraternity/Sorority Week" (ATGS's Harry Brislin is a contestant) [OC/801.8]
  • A 2003 episode from "Family Week" [PAX/916.2]
  • A general 2003 episode [PAX/916.1]
  • A 2003 episode w/a $50,500 win! [OC/806.8]
  • A special "Coaches Edition" from 2003 (w/a paltry $2,000 win!) [OC]
  • A special "Lifeguards Edition" from 2003 (w/the lowest-ever grand total: $1,000!) [GSN]

    WEB RIOT-Ahmet Zappa: The 1999 premiere episode (missing intro) [OC/410.5]

    WEBHEADS-Carlos PenaVega:

  • A general 2014 episode [OC]
  • A "Girls of Nick" celebrity episode from 2014 w/Syndney Park, Breanna Yde, Amber Montana, and Ryan Newman [OC]

    WHAMMY! THE ALL-NEW PRESS YOUR LUCK: See "Press Your Luck"

    WHAT IN THE WORLD?-Dr. Alfred Kidder: One episode from 1951; panel is Dr. Carleton Coon, Jacques Lipchitz, and Dr. Schuyler Camman [OC]

    WHAT WOULD YOU DO?-Marc Summers:

  • The first episode w/the Pie Mobile from 1991 [GAS]
  • Two general 1991 episodes [1 OB, 1 GAS]
  • A 1991 episode where Marc goes down the Pie Slide! [GAS]
  • A special "sports" episode from 1993 [GAS]
  • Two general 1993 episodes [1 OC, 1 GAS]
  • A special "music" episode from 1993 [GAS]

    WHAT'S GOING ON?-Lee Bowman: One episode from 1954; panel is Jayne Meadows, Hy Gardner, and Kitty Carlisle [GSN]

    WHAT'S MY LINE?
    John Daly:

  • The 1950 premiere episode; panel is Harold Hoffman, Dr. Richard Hoffman, Dorothy Kilgallen (DK), and Louis Untermeyer [GSN/474.1]
  • The 2nd episode; panel is Dr. Richard Hoffman, Louis Untermeyer, Arlene Francis (AF; her first appearance), and Harold Hoffman [GSN/1059.6]
  • The 3rd episode; panel is DK, Dr. Richard Hoffman, AF, and Louis Untermeyer [GSN]
  • 1950; panel is DK, Louis Untemeyer, AF, and Hal Block [GSN]
  • 1950; panel is DK, Louis Untemeyer, AF, and Bennett Cerf (BC; his 1st appearance) [GSN]
  • New Year's Eve 1950 episode; panel is Betty Furness, Louis Untemeyer, AF, and *Garry Moore* [GSN]
  • 1951; panel is Betty Furness, Louis Untermeyer, AF, and Steve Allen (his 1st appearance) [GSN]
  • 1952; panel is DK, BC, AF, and Hal Block [OC]
  • 1952; panel is DK, BC, AF, and Robert Q. Lewis [GSN]
  • 1952; panel is DK, BC, AF, and Abe Burrows [GSN]
  • 1953; panel is DK, Steve Allen, Barbara Kelly, and BC [GSN/90.1]
  • 1953; panel is DK, Steve Allen, AF, and BC [OC]
  • 1953; panel is DK, Peter Lind Hayes, AF, and BC [OC]
  • 1954; panel is DK, Steve Allen, AF, and Victor Borge [GSN]
  • 1954; panel is DK, Steve Allen, AF, and David Wayne [GSN]
  • 1954; panel is DK, Steve Allen, AF, and Deborah Kerr [OC, also GSN]
  • 1954; panel is DK, Steve Allen, AF, and Wally Cox [GSN]
  • 1954; panel is Margaret Truman, Steve Allen, AF, and BC [OC]
  • 1954; panel is DK, Steve Allen, Faye Emerson, and BC [GSN]
  • 1954; panel is DK, Jack Paar, AF, and BC [GSN]
  • 1954; panel is DK, Fred Allen (FA), AF, and BC [OC]
  • 1954; panel is DK, Steve Allen, AF, and BC [OC]
  • 1954; panel is DK, Jack Carter, AF, and BC [OC]
  • 1954; panel is DK, Robert Q. Lewis, AF, and BC [GSN]
  • 1954; panel is DK, FA, AF, and BC [OC]
  • 1954; panel is Fran Allison, Robert Q. Lewis, AF, and BC [GSN]
  • 1954; panel is DK, FA, AF, and BC (has time code at bottom of screen) [SC]
  • 1955; panel is DK, Sam Levenson, Betty Furness, and BC [OC]
  • 1955; panel is DK, FA, Janet Leigh, and BC [OC]
  • 1955; panel is DK, Robert Q. Lewis, AF, and BC [OC]
  • The 5th anniversary episode from 1955; panel is DK, FA, AF, and Sam Levenson [GSN]
  • 1955; panel is DK, FA, AF, and Louis Jourdan [GSN]
  • 1955; panel is DK, FA, AF, and Ezio Pinza [GSN]
  • 1955; panel is DK, FA, AF, Reginald Gardiner [GSN]
  • 1955; panel is DK, FA, AF, and BC [GSN]
  • 1955; panel is DK, FA, AF, and BC [OC]
  • 1955; panel is DK, FA, Laraine Day, and BC [OC]
  • 1955; panel is AF, FA, Mary Healy, and BC [GSN]
  • 1955; panel is DK, FA, AF, and BC [OC]
  • 1955; panel is DK, FA, Betty White, and BC [GSN]
  • 1955; panel is DK, Jack Paar, AF, and BC [GSN]
  • 1955; panel is DK, Robert Q. Lewis, AF, and BC (*Fred Allen* is the Mystery Guest!) [OC]
  • 1955; panel is DK, FA, AF, and BC (*Robert Q. Lewis* is the Mystery Guest!) [OC]
  • 1955; panel is DK, Robert Q. Lewis, Gale Storm, and BC (*Hal March* is the Mystery Guest!) [OC, also GSN/408.8]
  • 1955; panel is DK, FA, AF, and BC [OC]
  • 1955; panel is DK, FA, AF, and BC [OC]
  • 1955; panel is BC, AF, FA, and DK (*Garry Moore* is the Mystery Guest!) [OC]
  • 1956; panel is DK, FA, Vivian Blaine, and BC (*Mark Goodson & Bill Todman* are the Mystery Guests in game 1!) [GSN]
  • 1956; panel is Herman Wouk, DK, FA, and Steve Allen [GSN]
  • 1956; panel is AF, Desi Arnaz, DK, and FA [OC/D14.1]
  • 1956; panel is AF, FA, DK, and BC [OC]
  • 1956; panel is AF, FA (his last appearance), DK, and BC [OC]
  • 1956; panel is AF, *Garry Moore*, DK, and BC [OC]
  • 1956; panel is AF, Victor Borge, DK, and BC (the IGaS panel are the Mystery Guests in game 1!) [OC]
  • 1956; panel is AF, Johnny Carson, DK, and BC [GSN]
  • 1956; panel is BC, Celeste Holm, Robert Q. Lewis, and Elsa Maxwell [GSN]
  • 1956; panel is DK, Robert Q. Lewis, Hedda Hopper, and Ronald Reagan [OC]
  • 1956; panel is DK, Jack E. Leonard, AF, and George Axelrod [OC]
  • 1956; panel is AF, Paul Winchell, DK, and Robert Q. Lewis [OC]
  • 1956; panel is AF, Jack E. Leonard, Margaret Truman, and BC [OC]
  • A 1956 episode from Chicago; panel is DK, *Dr. Bergen Evans*, AF, and BC [GSN]
  • 1956; panel is DK, Tony Randall, AF, and BC [OC]
  • 1956; panel is DK, David Niven, AF, and BC [OC]
  • 1956; panel is DK, Phil Rizutto, AF, and BC [OC]
  • 1956; panel is AF, James Mason, DK, and BC [GSN]
  • 1956; panel is DK, John Cameron Swayze, AF, and BC [GSN]
  • 1956; panel is AF, Douglas Fairbanks Jr, DK, and BC [OC]
  • 1956; panel is AF, Jerry Lewis, DK, and BC [GSN]
  • 1956; panel is DK, William Bendix, AF, and BC [OC]
  • 1956; panel is AF, Burgess Meredith, DK, and BC [GSN]
  • 1956; panel is DK, Walter Pidgeon, AF, and BC [OC]
  • 1956; panel is DK, Stubby Kaye, AF, and BC [OC]
  • 1957; panel is AF, George A. Smathers, DK, and BC [GSN]
  • 1957; panel is DK, Adolph Menjou, Greer Garson, and BC [GSN]
  • 1957; panel is AF, DK, BC, and Errol Flynn [OC]
  • 1957; panel is DK, Ozzie Nelson, Janet Blair, and BC [GSN]
  • 1957; panel is DK, *Eammon Andrews*, AF, and Martin Gabel [GSN]
  • 1957; panel is AF, Robert Young, DK, and BC [GSN]
  • A 1957 episode w/Bennett Cerf guest-hosting; panel is DK, Ernie Kovacs, AF, and Cesar Romero [GSN/349.1]
  • 1957; panel is Ernie Kovacs, AF, Mike Todd, and BC [GSN]
  • 1957; panel is DK, Jim Backus, AF, and BC [GSN]
  • 1957; panel is AF, *Bob Monkhouse*, DK, and BC [GSN]
  • 1957; panel is DK, Martin Gabel, AF, and BC [OC]
  • A 1958 episode from Hollywood; panel is Laraine Day, Mickey Rooney, Esther Williams, and Jack Lemmon [GSN]
  • A 1958 episode w/Clifton Fadiman guest-hosting; panel is AF, Cesar Romero, DK, and BC [GSN]
  • 1958; panel is AF, Martin Gabel, Dana Wynter, and BC [GSN]
  • 1958; panel is DK, *Dick Clark*, AF, and BC [GSN]
  • 1958; panel is DK, Bob Crosby, AF, and Martin Gabel [GSN]
  • 1958; panel is AF, Dana Andrews, Faye Emerson, and BC [GSN]
  • 1958; panel is AF, Martin Gabel, Faye Emerson, and BC [GSN]
  • 1958; panel is AF, Tom Poston, DK, and BC [GSN]
  • 1958; panel is DK, Gordon MacRae, AF, and BC [GSN]
  • 1958; panel is AF, Martin Gabel, DK, and BC [GSN]
  • 1958; panel is DK, Peter Lind Hayes, AF, and BC [GSN]
  • 1958; panel is AF, Victor Borge, DK, and BC [GSN]
  • 1958; panel is DK, Pat Boone, AF, and BC [GSN]
  • 1958; panel is AF, Tom Poston, DK, and BC [GSN]
  • 1959; panel is AF, Jack Lemmon, DK, and BC [GSN/D121.4]
  • 1959; panel is AF, *Eamonn Andrews*, DK, and BC (whose birthday is acknowledged) [GSN]
  • A 1959 episode w/Eammon Andrews guest-hosting; panel is DK, Martin Gabel, AF, and BC [GSN]
  • 1959; panel is AF, Chuck Connors, DK, and BC [GSN]
  • 1959; panel is AF, Groucho Marx, DK, and BC [OC/499.15]
  • 1960; panel is DK, Stanley Kramer, AF, and BC [GSN]
  • The 500th episode from 1960; panel is AF, Martyn Green, DK, and Martin Gabel [GSN]
  • Two consecutive episodes from 1960; panel is DK, Steve Allen, AF, and Martin Gabel [GSN]
  • 1960; panel is DK, Ben Gazzara, AF, and Martin Gabel [GSN]
  • 1960; panel is AF, Laurence Harvey, Betsy Palmer, and BC [GSN]
  • 1960; panel is AF, Richard Boone, Betty White, and BC [GSN]
  • 1960; panel is DK, Mort Sahl, AF, and BC [OC, also GSN]
  • 1960; panel is AF, Martin Gabel, DK, and BC [GSN]
  • 1960; panel is AF, Jean-Pierre Aumont, DK, and BC [GSN]
  • 1961; panel is DK, Martin Gabel, AF, and BC [GSN]
  • 1961; panel is AF, Hugh Hefner, DK, and BC [GSN]
  • 1961; panel is DK, Johnny Carson, AF, and BC [GSN]
  • 1961; panel is AF, Cyril Ritchard, DK, and BC [GSN]
  • 1961; panel is DK, Joey Bishop, AF, and BC [OC]
  • 1961; panel is AF, Abe Burrows, DK, and BC [GSN]
  • 1961; panel is DK, Jayne Meadows, Steve Allen, and BC (*Bill Cullen* is the Mystery Guest!) [GSN/408.13]
  • 1961; panel is AF, Jerry Lewis, DK, and BC [GSN/966.10]
  • 1962; panel is DK, Tony Randall, Jane Powell, and BC [OC]
  • The 12th anniversary episode from 1962; panel is DK, Buddy Hackett, AF, and BC [GSN/D14.2]
  • 1962; panel is AF, Martin Gabel, DK, and BC [GSN/685.2]
  • 1962; panel is AF, Liberace, DK, and BC [GSN]
  • 1962; panel is DK, Martin Gabel, AF, and BC [GSN]
  • 1962; panel is AF, Victor Borge, DK, and BC (The Mystery Guest round is interrupted by an intruder!) [GSN]
  • 1962; panel is DK, Tony Randall, AF, and BC [GSN]
  • 1962; panel is AF, Harry Belafonte, DK, and BC [GSN]
  • 1962; panel is DK, Peter Ustinov, AF, and BC [OC, also GSN]
  • 1962; panel is AF, Buddy Hackett, DK, and BC [GSN]
  • 1962; panel is DK, Art Linkletter, AF, and BC [GSN]
  • 1962; panel is AF, Steve Allen, AF, and BC [GSN]
  • 1963; panel is DK, Peter Ustinov, AF, and BC [GSN/599.12]
  • 1963; panel is DK, Steve Lawrence, AF, and Martin Gabel [GSN]
  • 1963; panel is AF, Woody Allen, DK, and BC [OC]
  • 1963; panel is DK, *Allen Ludden*, AF, and BC [GSN]
  • 1964; panel is AF, Bobby Darin, DK, and BC [GSN]
  • 1964; panel is AF, Buddy Hackett, DK, and BC (*Steve Allen* is the Mystery Guest, but John accidentally gives it away!) [GSN]
  • 1964; panel is DK, Frank Gifford, AF, and BC [GSN]
  • 1964; panel is DK, Sammy Davis Jr, AF, and BC (Hal Simms announces) [GSN]
  • 1965; panel is DK, Orson Bean, AF, and BC [GSN]
  • The 15th anniversary episode from 1965; panel is AF, Steve Allen, DK, and BC [OC]
  • 1965; panel is AF, William Shatner, Kitty Carlisle, and BC [GSN]
  • 1965; panel is AF, Alan King, Carol Channing, and BC [GSN]
  • 1965; panel is DK, John Lindsay, AF, and BC [GSN]
  • 1965; panel is AF, Tony Randall, Marlo Thomas, and BC [GSN]
  • 1965; panel is DK, Robert Q. Lewis, AF, and BC (*Soupy Sales* is the Mystery Guest; ironic, huh?) [GSN]
  • 1965; panel is DK, Michael (Mike) Douglas, AF, and BC [GSN]
  • 1965; panel is DK, Tony Randall, AF, and BC [OC]
  • 1965; panel is AF, Soupy Sales, DK, and BC [GSN]
  • 1965; panel is DK, Steve Lawrence, AF, and BC [GSN]
  • 1965; panel is AF, George Hamilton, DK, and BC [GSN]
  • 1965; panel is DK, Steve Allen, AF, and BC [GSN]
  • 1965; panel is AF, *Joe Garagiola*, DK, and Martin Gabel [OC]
  • 1965; panel is DK (her last episode), Tony Randall, AF, and BC [SC/301.5]
  • 1965; panel is AF, Steve Allen, Kitty Carlisle, and BC (this is the first post-Kilgallen episode; very subdued) [SC]
  • 1966; panel is Tony Randall, AF, Suzy Knickerbocker, and BC [GSN]
  • 1966; panel is Tony Randall, Helen Gurley Brown, Martin Gabel, and AF [GSN]
  • The 16th anniversary episode from 1966; panel is *Mark Goodson*, Ginger Rogers, AF, and BC [GSN]
  • 1966; panel is Tony Randall, Dr. Joyce Brothers, AF, and BC [GSN]
  • 1966; panel is AF, *Larry Blyden*, Jayne Meadows, and BC [GSN]
  • 1966; panel is AF, Digby Wolfe, Peggy Cass, and BC [GSN]
  • 1966; panel is AF, *Allen Ludden*, Lee Remick, and BC [GSN]
  • 1966; panel is Phyllis Newman, *Mark Goodson*, AF, and BC (Mystery guest Frank Sinatra joins the panel for game 2!) [GSN]
  • 1967; panel is Sue Oakland, Tony Randall, BC, and AF [GSN/354.11]
  • 1967; panel is AF, Martin Gabel, Barbara Feldon, and BC (John Harlan announces) [GSN]
  • 1967; panel is Sue Oakland, *Mark Goodson*, AF, and BC (*Bud Collyer, Allen Ludden, Ed McMahon, and Gene Rayburn* are the Mystery Guests!) [OC, also GSN/319.1]
  • 1967; panel is AF, Steve Allen, Jayne Meadows, and BC [GSN]
  • The last episode from 1967; panel is Martin Gabel, AF, Steve Allen, and BC (John himself is the final Mystery Guest, and Mark Goodson & Bill Todman appear at the end!) [SC/D61.3, also GSN/418.13, w/better video quality]
    Wally Bruner:
  • The 1968 syndie premiere episode; panel is Soupy Sales (SS), Meredith MacRae, Gene Rayburn, and AF [GSN/D93.1]
  • The 2nd episode (w/same panel as above) [GSN]
  • 1968; panel is Darryl Hickman, Phyllis Newman, Gawn Granger, and AF (*Bennett Cerf* is the Mystery Guest!) [GSN]
  • 1968; panel is SS, Joanna Barnes, Alan Alda, and AF [GSN/966.11]
  • 1968; panel is SS, Anita Gillette, Bert Convy, and AF (*Gene Rayburn* is the Mystery Guest in one hilarious round!) [GSN/151.1]
  • 1968; panel is SS, Sue Oakland, Danny Goldman, and AF [GSN/282.1]
  • 1968; panel is Nipsey Russell, Joanna Barnes, Bert Convy, and AF [GSN/966.14]
  • 1968; panel is SS, Pia Lindstrom, Gawn Granger, and AF [SM/171.1]
  • 1968; panel is SS, Anita Gillette, Orson Bean, and AF [GSN]
  • 1968; panel is SS, Meredith MacRae, Joel Grey, and AF [GSN/359.1]
  • 1968; panel is SS, Joanna Barnes, Godfrey Cambridge, and AF [GSN]
  • 1968; panel is SS, Phyllis Newman, Gawn Granger, and AF [GSN]
  • 1969; panel is SS, Ruta Lee, Alan Alda, and AF (*Bud Collyer*, in one of his last TV appearances, is the Mystery Guest!) [GSN/151.2]
  • 1969; panel is Henry Morgan, Emily Yancy, Bert Convy, and AF [GSN]
  • 1969; panel is SS, Shari Lewis, Bert Convy, and AF [GSN/506.9]
  • 1969; panel is SS, Gail Sheldon, Bert Convy, and AF [GSN]
  • 1969; panel is SS, Joanna Barnes, Hal Holbrook, and AF [GSN]
  • 1969; panel is SS, Phyllis Newman, Bert Convy, and AF [GSN/628.4]
  • 1969; panel is SS, Joanna Barnes, Jack Cassidy, and AF [GSN/590.3]
  • 1969; panel is Alan Alda, Gail Sheldon, Tony Roberts, and AF (*Bert Parks* is the Mystery Guest!) [GSN/171.8]
  • 1969; panel is SS, Nancy Dussault, Alan Alda, and AF [GSN/750.4]
  • 1969; panel is SS, Joanna Barnes, BC, and AF [GSN/169.7]
  • 1969; panel is SS, Dina Merrill, Mark Russell, and AF [GSN/750.5]
  • 1969; panel is Gene Rayburn, Brenda Vacarro, Joanna Barnes, and BC (Gerald Ford is the Mystery Guest!) [GSN/599.5]
  • 1969; panel is Gene Rayburn, Dr. Joyce Brothers, Jack Cassidy, and AF [GSN/590.2]
  • 1969; panel is SS, Meredith MacRae, Gene Rayburn, and AF (Wally himself is the Mystery Guest!) [GSN/169.8]
  • 1969; panel is Jack Cassidy, Joanna Barnes, Larry Blyden, and AF (Gene Wood announces, and Larry screws up during the intro!) [GSN]
  • 1970; panel is Jack Cassidy, Joanna Barnes, Mark Goodson, and AF [GSN/172.2]
  • 1970; panel is SS, Joanna Barnes, Gene Rayburn, and AF [GSN/966.13]
  • 1970; panel is SS, Anita Gillette, Jim Backus, and AF [GSN/171.7]
  • 1970; panel is SS, Meredith MacRae, *Robert Q. Lewis*, and AF [GSN/506.10]
  • 1970; panel is SS, Sally Ann Howes, Bert Convy, and AF [GSN/510.9]
  • 1970; panel is SS, Sandy Duncan, Henry Morgan, and AF [GSN/750.8]
  • 1970; panel is SS, Gail Sheldon, Alejandro Rey, and AF (The set gets painted at the end!) [GSN/739.4]
  • 1970; panel is SS, Joanna Barnes, Larry Blyden, and AF [GSN/510.11]
  • 1970; panel is SS, Anita Gillette, Alan Alda, and AF [GSN/510.10]
  • 1970; panel is AF, SS, Anita Gillette, and BC [GSN/D93.2]
  • The 500th episode from 1970; panel is SS, Joanna Barnes, Bert Convy, and AF (*Larry Blyden* is the Mystery Guest; ironic, huh?) [GSN/739.5]
  • 1970; panel is SS, Phyllis Newman, BC, and AF [SM]
  • 1971; panel is AF, SS, Anita Gillette, and Jack Cassidy [GSN/359.1]
  • 1971; panel is SS, June Lockhart, Gene Rayburn, and AF [GSN/231.6]
  • 1972; panel is Gene Rayburn, Dana Valery, Orson Bean, and AF [GSN]
    Larry Blyden:
  • His first episode from 1972; panel is SS, Dana Valery, Gene Shalit, and Melba Tolliver [GSN/207.2]
  • 1972; panel is SS, Anita Gillette, Henry Morgan, and AF [GSN]
  • 1972; panel is SS, Gail Sheldon, Allen Ludden, and AF [GSN/282.4]
  • 1972; panel is SS, Ruta Lee, Alan Alda, and AF [GSN/151.3]
  • 1972; panel is SS, Lucie Arnaz, Gene Rayburn, and AF [GSN/D14.3]
  • 1972; panel is Gene Rayburn, Sheila MacRae, Gene Shalit, and AF [GSN/466.8]
  • 1972; panel is SS, Aliza Kashi, Alan Alda, and AF [GSN/739.6]
  • 1972; panel is SS, Dana Valery, Alan Alda, and AF (*Garry Moore* is the Mystery Guest!) [GSN/282.3]
  • 1972; panel is SS, Anita Gillette, Gene Shalit, and AF [GSN/359.2]
  • 1973; panel is Gene Rayburn, Melba Tolliver, Mark Goodson, and AF (*Bill Todman* is the Mystery Guest!) [GSN/169.9]
  • 1973; panel is SS, Sherrye Henry, Gene Shalit, and AF [GSN/402.9]
  • 1973; panel is SS, Meredith MacRae, Henry Morgan, and AF (*Art Fleming* is the Mystery Guest!) [GSN/313.1]
  • 1973; panel is SS, Melba Tolliver, Gene Shalit, and AF (*Paul Lynde* is the Mystery Guest!) [GSN/739.7]
  • 1973; panel is SS, Elaine Joyce, Allen Ludden, and AF [GSN/151.4]
  • 1973; panel is Gene Rayburn, Sherrye Henry, Alan Alda, and AF [RPT/58.3]
  • Another 1973 episode w/same panel as above (Gene gets a little carried away during a pizza-tossing demonstration!) [GSN/403.11]
  • 1973; panel is SS, Meredith MacRae, Alan Alda, and AF [GSN/405.5]
  • The 1,000th episode from 1973; panel is SS, Anna Mafot, Alan Alda, and AF (Fashion designer Calvin Klein is the guest in game 1!) [GSN]
  • 1973; panel is Jack Cassidy, Anita Gillette, Bert Convy, and AF (Wally Bruner returns as Mystery Guest!) [GSN/466.9]
  • 1973; panel is Henry Morgan, Sherrye Henry, Jack Cassidy, and AF [GSN/151.5]
  • 1973; panel is SS, Anita Gillette, Bert Convy, and AF (*Joe Garagiola* is the Mystery Guest!) [GSN/739.8]
  • Another 1973 episode w/same panel as above (*Dick Clark* is the Mystery Guest!) [GSN/349.13, also 466.10]
  • 1973; panel is SS, Ruta Lee, Leonard Harris, and AF [GSN/1053.12]
  • 1973; panel is SS, Dana Valery, Gene Shalit, and AF (then-GA Gov. Jimmy Carter is the guest in game 1!) [GSN/359.3]
  • 1973; panel is SS, Marcia Rodd, Werner Klemperer, and AF [GSN/510.12]
  • 1973; panel is SS, Melba Tolliver, Peter Lawford, and AF [GSN/399.11]
  • 1973; panel is SS, Fannie Flagg, Allen Ludden, and AF [GSN/282.2]
  • 1973; panel is SS, Dana Valery, Gene Rayburn, and AF [GSN]
  • 1973; panel is SS, Dr. Joyce Brothers, Gene Rayburn, and AF [GSN]
  • 1974; panel is SS, Tony Roberts, Elaine Joyce, and AF [GSN/535.4]
  • The 1974-75 season premiere (and debut of the new set); panel is SS, Anita Gillette, Gene Shalit, and AF [GSN/397.4]
  • 1974; panel is Gene Rayburn, Dana Valery, Henry Morgan, and AF (*Johnny Olson* is the Mystery Guest in game 1!) [GSN/397.1]
  • 1974; panel is SS, Joanna Barnes, Werner Klemperer, and AF (*Mark Goodson* is the Mystery Guest!) [GSN/D14.4]
  • 1974; panel is SS, Anita Gillette, Buddy Rich, and AF (*Peter Marshall* is the Mystery Guest!) [GSN/169.10]
  • 1974; panel is SS, Lynn Redgrave, Allen Ludden, and AF (*Charles Nelson Reilly* is the Mystery Guest!) [GSN/169.11]
  • Another 1974 episode w/same panel as above [GSN/231.7]
  • 1974; panel is SS, Marcia Rodd, Jim Bouton, and AF [GSN]
  • 1974; panel is SS, Lynn Redgrave, Gene Shalit, and AF [GSN/966.12]
  • 1974; panel is SS, Elaine Joyce, The Amazing Kreskin, and AF [GSN/112.11]
  • 1974; panel is SS, Dr. Joyce Brothers, Gene Rayburn, and AF (*Richard Dawson* is the Mystery Guest!) [GSN/459.12]
  • 1974; panel is SS, Elaine Joyce, Jack Cassidy, and AF [GSN]
  • 1974; panel is SS, Dana Valery, Jerry Orbach, and AF (Announcer Chet Gould is the Mystery Guest!) [GSN/176.13]
  • 1974; panel is SS, Dana Valery, Jim Bouton, and AF [GSN/966.15]
  • 1974; panel is SS, Dr. Joyce Brothers, Jack Cassidy, and AF [SM/208.7]
  • 1974; panel is SS, Anita Gillette, Henry Morgan, and AF [GSN/176.14]

    WHAT'S THIS SONG?-Win(k) Martindale:

  • The first 10 minutes of the 1963 pilot; guests are Joanie Summers and Bobby Rydell [SM/1042.8]
  • One episode from 1965; guests are Carol Lawrence and Mel Torme [OC]

    WHAT'S YOUR BID?-Leonard Rosen as "Liberal Bill": One episode from 1953 [OC]

    WHEEL OF FORTUNE
    Chuck Woolery:

  • The 1973 pilot (titled "Shopper's Bazaar", w/a completely different set and music, plus numerous format differences) [SM]
  • The 1st pilot from 1974 (hosted by Edd Byrnes; has time code at bottom of screen) [SM]
  • A 10-minute clip of the 2nd pilot from 1974 (also hosted by Edd Byrnes; cuts off in the middle of round 2, has time code at bottom of screen) [SM]
  • An "All-Star Dream Machine Championship" episode from 1976 [SM]
  • Two general 1976 episodes [1 OB, 1 GSN]
  • A 1978 episode w/an ppearance by Gordon MacRae at the end [OB]
  • Two consecutive episodes from 1978 w/the "Star Bonus" space (ep. 2 missing intro/part of end credits) [both OC/958.1-2]
  • Three general 1979 episodes (2 full, 1 partial) [all OC]
  • New Year's Eve 1979 episode [OC]
  • A 1980 episode that ends w/Chuck addressing cancellation rumors [OC]
  • A 1980 episode w/former "MG PM" champ Ken Thomas and a Swedish-looking Susan Stafford [OC]
  • Four general 1980 episodes (3 full, 1 partial) [all OC/240.2]
  • A 1980 episode w/Tom Kennedy playing for an audience member (part of end credits cut off) [OC/240.3]
  • Two episodes from Christmas 1980 (one missing final segment) [both OC]
  • A general 1981 episode [OC]
  • A 5-minute clip of Chuck's last episode from 1981 (opening, contestant interviews, farewell speech and end credits) [OB/411.1]
    Pat Sajak
    NBC, 1981-89:
  • His first episode from 1981 (from Teen Week) [OC/411.2]
  • Two consecutive episodes from 1982 (episode 1 missing part of end credits) [both OC/722.1-2]
  • Vanna White's first permanent episode from 1982 [SM, also GSN]
  • Two Teen Week episodes from Christmas 1982 (glitchy video) [both OC]
  • A Teen Week finals episode from 1983 (Missing end of round 4 due to tornado warning, but ends w/a promo for "Dream House"!) [OB/165.3]
  • Two general 1983 episodes (Due to technical difficulties, episode 1 is B&W for the 2nd half, and episode 2 is B&W for the whole show) [both OB/D21.3]
  • A general 1983 episode (now w/"Changing Keys" as theme and ends w/"Go" and "MG/HS Hour" promos) [OC/724.7]
  • A 1983 episode from "Couples Week" (ends w/a promo for "The MG/HS Hour") [OC/914.4]
  • Two general 1984 episodes [both OC/724.6]
  • A 1984 episode from "Battle of the Sexes Week" [OC/913.3]
  • Two consecutive episodes from 1985 [both OC/553.2-3]
  • Six general 1985 episodes [2 OB/146.16; 808.4, 4 OC/809.7; 810.3]
  • A "Couples Week" finals episode from 1986 [OC]
  • A Teen Week finals episode from 1986 (SUSAN STAFFORD fills in for Vanna!) [OC/146.9]
  • Two general 1986 episodes [both OC/564.5-6]
  • Three consecutive episodes from 1986 [all OB]
  • The "Battle of the Sexes Week" finals (w/just 2 players) from 1987 (Includes a promo for "Blockbusters"!) [OB/146.17]
  • Seven general 1987 episode [all OC/209.1; 564.7-8; 847.10]
  • Two Teen Week episodes from Christmas 1987 (one of the finalists is ATGS's Joe Liebmann!) [both OC/281.9-10]
  • A general 1988 episode [OC]
  • Halloween 1988 episode [OC/564.9]
  • Christmas 1988 episode [OC/886.8]
  • Pat's next-to-last daytime episode from 1989 (includes a Rolf B. promo) [OC/1008.3]
  • Pat's last daytime episode from 1989 (w/a GREAT ending, which includes an appearance by Merv Griffin!) [OC/91.4, also GSN]
    SYNDICATED, 1983- :
  • The 1983 syndie premiere episode [GSN/D18.1]
  • The 3rd episode [GSN/857.10]
  • Three general 1983 episodes [1 OB, 2 GSN/165.5, 740.12]
  • A 1984 episode where Pat litters from a motorhome during the opening! [OC/722.3]
  • A 1984 episode w/some curtain problems during the opening [OC/722.4]
  • A 1984 episode w/rarities in round 2 and 3 [GSN]
  • Nine general 1984 episodes [5 OC/722.3-4, 4 GSN/194.11; 199.13; 685.3]
  • A 1984 episode w/a controversial bonus round [GSN]
  • A 1984 episode where a contestant goes Free Spin crazy in round 1! [GSN]
  • A 1984 episode w/a bonus round that really knocks Pat over (literally!) [GSN]
  • Christmas 1984 episode [GSN/857.11]
  • A 1985 episode where a contestant buys TWO cars in round 3! [GSN/744.12]
  • A 1985 episode where NO vowels are bought during the entire game! [GSN]
  • A 1985 episode w/one of the lowest scoring games in syndie WoF history [GSN]
  • Seven general 1985 episodes [all GSN/331.5 364.7, 1052.9]
  • A 1985 episode from GSN that has NO on-screen bugs or logo plastering [GSN]
  • A 1985 episode where Pat screws up during round 1 [GSN/406.12]
  • A 1985 episode w/a heartbreaking $62,000+ loss in round 3! [RPT/545.6]
  • Five general 1986 episodes [1 OB/331.4, 3 OC, 1 RPT]
  • David Hammett's appearance from 1986 [OC/D54.4]
  • A 1987 episode w/an on-camera appearance by Jack Clark and clips of the show's Amtrak tour at the end (intro/end credits missing) [OC/516.11]
  • Eight general 1987 episodes (7 full, 1 partial) [1 OC/516.11, 1 GSN/516.12, 6 OB/550.9]
  • The first all-cash episode from 1987 [GSN]
  • A 1988 episode where the game ends in a tie! [GSN/165.4]
  • Jack Clark's last episode from 1988 (preceded by a "Family Feud" contestant plug) [RPT/668.4]
  • The 6th season premiere from 1988 (MG Kelly now announces, and Pat eulogizes Jack Clark) [GSN/684.1]
  • The first episode w/the "Same Name" category from 1988 (MG is shown on-camera at the end!) [GSN]
  • The first episode w/the modified bonus round rules from 1988 [GSN/684.7]
  • Eleven general 1988 episodes (8 full, 3 partial) [8 OC, 3 GSN/701.1; 701.12; 742.3]
  • A 1988 episode from "Wipeout Week" (where having returning champs is first tried) [GSN/684.10]
  • Three 1988 episodes from the first week at Radio City Music Hall from 1988; I'm in the audience for the Wed. and Thu. shows! (Wed. episode has video problems) [all OB/D3.1-3]
  • Two 1988 episodes from the second week at Radio City Music Hall (one has an appearance by Debbie Reynolds!) [1 OB/D4.1, 1 GSN/7444.5]
  • A 1988 episode where a bonus round goof works to the contestant's advantage [GSN]
  • A 1988 episode where Walt Rozcoski becomes the new all-time top winner w/$90,095! [GSN/726.9]
  • Christmas 1988 episode (Pat sings a carol at the end!) [GSN/823.11]
  • A 1989 episode where the bonus round is lost due to a mispronunciation [GSN]
  • A 1989 episode from "Wipeout Week" [GSN/765.4]
  • A 1989 episode w/an appearance by Tommy "Yo-Yo Man" Smothers [GSN]
  • A 1989 episode w/an $89,000+ win (and a debatable ruling in round 5) [GSN/765.7]
  • Charlie O'Donnell's return episode from 1989 (w/an appearance by Marla Gibbs) [GSN/765.9]
  • The first episode w/the "Before & After" category from 1989 [GSN/776.5]
  • A 1989 episode where a contestant swears during the bonus round! [GSN]
  • A 1989 episode w/TWO heartbreakers (and a "crazy hat contest" among staffers at the end!) [GSN/836.2]
  • A 1989 episode where Vanna does push-ups at the end! [OC]
  • A 1989 episode from "Family Week" [GSN/842.2]
  • A "College Week" finals episode from 1989 [GSN/836.11]
  • Four general 1989 episodes (3 full, 1 partial) [1 OC, 3 GSN/748.6; 805.5; 906.2]
  • A 1989 episode w/a big win in round 3 [GSN/842.11]
  • The 7th season premiere from 1989 (now from TV City w/returning champs, random selection of bonus prizes, and the new theme arrangement) [OC/279.3]
  • The last episode w/the "Free Spin" space from 1989 [GSN]
  • A 1989 episode where Diane Landry becomes the all-time top winner w/$105,170! [GSN/599.6]
  • A 1989 episode where Pat's birthday is celebrated at the end [GSN/691.12]
  • A 5-minute clip from a 1989 episode w/Vanna playing a round alone (for charity) while Pat turns letters! [OB/130.13]
  • A "Family Week" finals episode from Christmas 1989 [GSN]
  • Two consecutive episodes from 1990 [both OB/1059.7-8]
  • A 1990 episode where some live birds cause a minor disturbance! [GSN]
  • A 1990 episode from Walt Disney World [OB/280.12]
  • A 1990 episode where Wilma Foster retires undefeated w/$126,233 [GSN]
  • Two general 1990 episodes [1 OC/130.4, 1 GSN/1035.3]
  • ATGSer Tom Gauer's appearance from 1990 [OC/493.8]
  • A "College Week" finals episode from 1990 [GSN/657.10]
  • A 1990 episode where Pat has some final spin problems! [GSN]
  • The first two "regular" episodes of the 8th season from 1990 (episode 2 has end credits partially cut off) [both OC]
  • A 1991 episode w/Tricia Gist filling in for Vanna (has VCR counter at top right corner of screen) [OB/870.10]
  • A 1991 episode from "College Week" [OC]
  • Two general 1991 episodes [1 OB/1053.13, 1 OC]
  • A 1991 episode from Chicago [OC/280.13]
  • Five full episodes and five clips of a two-week 1991 "Around the World" special from Walt Disney World (featuring visits from hosts/hostesses of foreign WoFs, plus clips!) [all OC/194.1-10]
  • The 10th season premiere from 1992 [GSN/346.2]
  • A 1992 episode where Vanna sings at the end! [GSN]
  • Jason Block's appearance from 1992 [GSN/506.11]
  • A 1992 episode w/an appearance by Pat's son Patrick at the end [GSN]
  • A Teen Week finals episode from 1992 (w/an appearance by Danica McKellar at the end!) [GSN/599.7]
  • A 1992 episode from San Francisco (w/a behind-the-scenes segment and promo for upcoming weeks) [GSN/599.8]
  • Eleven general 1992 episodes [1 OB, 2 OC, 3 RPT, 5 GSN/1058.6; 1059.9]
  • A 1992 "Soap Opera-College Challenge" episode from San Francisco w/Fiona Hutchison and Lauralee Bell [GSN]
  • A general 1992 episode from Philadelphia [GSN/599.9]
  • A 1992 "My Favorite Teacher Week" finals episode from Philadelphia (bad commercial edits) [GSN]
  • A 1992 episode from Walt Disney World [OC/91.6]
  • The 2,000th episode from 1992 [OB/D53.2]
  • A "Family Week" finals episode from Christmas 1992 (where Bunnie & Ben become the new all-time top winners w/$130,708!) [OB/363.2, also GSN/547.1]
  • Voice actress Marcia Mitzman Gaven's appearance from 1993 [GSN]
  • A general 1993 episode from Boston [OB/D53.1]
  • A 1993 "College Week" episode from Boston [OC]
  • Eight general 1993 episodes [1 OB/1035.4, 3 OC/810.12, 2 RPT, 1 SM/1053.15, 1 GSN/1059.10]
  • A 1993 episode where the game ends in a tie! [OC]
  • The "Superstars of Sports Week" finals from 1993 w/Phil Espostito, Bill Walton, and Dick Butkus [GSN]
  • A Teen Week finals episode from 1993 [OB/575.4]
  • A Christmas 1993 "Family Week" finals episode from Walt Disney World [OB/363.4]
  • A 1994 episode from Walt Disney World [OB/575.5]
  • A 1994 episode from "Music Stars Week" w/Gladys Knight, Tammy Wynette, and Weird Al Yankovic (end credits missing) [OB/328.2]
  • The "Music Stars Week" finals from 1994 w/Weird Al Yankovic, Little Richard & James Brown, and Lee Greenwood [OB/419.4]
  • Four general 1994 episodes [all GSN/1059.11]
  • The 12th season premiere from 1994; it's "Teen Week" [GSN]
  • A "Teen Week" finals episode from the 12th season premiere week [GSN/1059.12]
  • A 1994 episode w/a HUGE speed-up round win! [GSN]
  • The first episode w/the "Megaword" category from 1994 [GSN]
  • A 1994 episode from Dallas (w/an appearance by the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders) [GSN]
  • The first episode w/the "Next Line Please" category from 1994 [GSN]
  • The first episode w/the $10,000 space from 1994 [GSN]
  • A 1994 episode where a contestant raps! [GSN]
  • A "Family Week" finals episode from Christmas 1994 [GSN]
  • Two consecutive episodes from 1995 w/former "CS" champ Sheba Williams [both GSN]
  • A 1995 "My Favorite Teacher Week" finals episode from Walt Disney World [GSN]
  • A general 1995 episode from Walt Disney World [GSN]
  • A 1995 "Some of the Greats Week" episode (w/former champs playing) from Walt Disney World [OC]
  • A 1995 episode where a puzzle is solved w/only *1* letter revealed! [GSN]
  • A 1995 episode from "My Best Friend Week" (w/a HUGE maingame win of nearly $52,000!) [GSN]
  • A 1995 episode from "Award Winners Week" w/Richard Karn, Deidre Hall, and Louis Gossett Jr. [GSN]
  • A general 1995 episode from Norfolk [OC/91.5]
  • Five general 1995 episodes [1 OB/87.3, 1 OC, 3 GSN]
  • A 1995 episode w/an appearance by Vanna's husband and son [GSN]
  • A 1995 "Armed Forces Week" episode from Norfolk [GSN]
  • A 1995 episode w/an on-camera appearance by Charlie O'Donnell [GSN]
  • The 12th season finale (and last show taped at Television City) from 1995; it's a "Teen Week" finals [GSN]
  • The first two episodes of the 13th season from 1995; it's "Teen Week" (now from Sony Studios w/the "Double Play") [episode 1 GSN/599.10, episode 2 OC]
  • The Teen Week finals episode from same week as above (Pat trades places w/a contestant briefly!) [GSN]
  • A 1995 "College Week" episode from Seattle [OC/90.11]
  • A celebrity episode from 1995 w/Ed Asner, Shelley Fabares, and Brian Austin Green [GSN]
  • Christmas 1995 episode [OB]
  • A 1996 episode where Pat cuts Vanna's hair at the end [GSN/455.1]
  • Two 1996 episodes from "Sweethearts Week" (Peter & Deborah become the show's all-time top winners w/$146,529!) [both GSN/403.9-10]
  • A 1996 episode from "Best Friends Week" (missing final segment) [OC/87.5]
  • A 1996 episode from Hawaii [OB]
  • A 1996 "Olympic Kickoff Week" episode from Atlanta (w/the controversial "Pistachio" bonus round) [OB]
  • Five general 1996 episodes [1 OB/87.4, 1 OC, 3 GSN/435.4]
  • The 14th season premiere from 1996 (now w/the "tournament" format and video wall) [OC/22.4]
  • The first episode w/the "Jackpot" space and new wheel configurations from 1996 [GSN/599.11]
  • A 1996 episode w/the first-ever Jackpot win [GSN]
  • A 1996 "College Week" episode from San Francisco (During the bonus round, Pat's cold gets to him, so he and Vanna switch places!) [RPT/104.1]
  • A general 1996 episode from San Francisco [OC/91.8]
  • A 1997 episode from "Sweethearts Week" [OC/D72.3]
  • A 1997 episode w/a $16,000+ Jackpot win [OC/D58.4]
  • The last episode w/the old puzzle board from 1997 (from Phoenix, w/a great "farewell" to the board!) [OC/112.3, also GSN]
  • The first episode w/the "touch-screen" puzzle board from 1997 [OC/D89.2]
  • A 1997 episode w/an appearance by Rosie O'Donnell (who joins Vanna at the puzzle board) [OC/408.9]
  • A 1997 episode w/an appearance by Howard Stern at the end (but where's Pat??) [OC/408.4]
  • April Fools' Day 1997 episode (w/Alex Trebek hosting, Pat and Vanna playing [for charity], and Pat's wife Lesly at the puzzle board!) [OC/27.6]
  • Four general 1997 episodes [1 SM, 1 OC/D110.2, 1 OB, 1 GSN]
  • Two 1997 episodes w/Ryan Vickers as a contestant (Ryan does a brief "coming-up-next" promo before each show!) [both OB/89.1-2]
  • A 1997 episode from "Celebrities and Moms Week" w/Brook & Toni Lee, Al & Isabel Roker, and Trisha & Gwen Yearwood [GSN]
  • A 1997 "College Week" finals episode from San Diego [OB/346.3]
  • The 15th season premiere from 1997; it's "A Salute to Working Families" from the Ohio State Fair in Cleveland (w/an appearance by AFL-CIO president John Sweeney)[OC/104.3]
  • The first "Friday finals" episode from same week as above (a Hummer is offered in the bonus round!) [OC/104.5]
  • Halloween 1997 episode [OC/121.4]
  • A 1997 episode from "Celebrity Week" w/Lindsay Wagner, Robert Guillaume, and Jane Seymour [OC/909.3]
  • A 1997 "College Week" finals episode from Denver [OB/346.4]
  • A 1998 episode from Las Vegas [OC/302.3]
  • The 16th season premiere from 1998; it's a "Salute to Working Families" from Pittsburgh! [OC/277.3]
  • A 1998 episode from Pittsburgh (w/an appearance by Fred Rogers!) [OB/455.2]
  • Two general 1998 episodes [1 OC, 1 RPT/368.9]
  • A 1998 episode from "Soap Stars Week" w/Billy Warlock, Renee Jones, and Joshua Morrow [OC/276.2]
  • The 3,000th episode from 1998 (from Las Vegas) w/no contestants or gameplay, just Pat & Vanna, lots of clips (including the original pilot, Vanna's audition tape and first episode, and more!), and reminiscences by Merv Griffin! [OC/274.2]
  • Christmas 1998 episode [OC/300.2]
  • A 1999 episode from Hawaii [OC/316.8]
  • A 1999 episode from Philadelphia [OC/336.3]
  • The 16th season finale from 1999 (also director Dick Carson's last episode, w/a goodbye and tribute from Pat and Vanna at the end!) [OC/336.13]
  • The 17th season premiere from 1999 [OC/420.2]
  • A 1999 episode from Universal Studios Florida [OC/389.3]
  • A 1999 "Family Week" episode from Universal Studios Florida [OC]
  • A 1999 episode from New York w/the infamous "A Group of Pill-Pushers" mis-solve! [OB]
  • A general 1999 episode from New York [OC/397.6]
  • Three 1999 "Best Friends Week" episodes from New York (I'm in the audience for all 3 shows!) [all OC/397.13-15]
  • A 1999 episode from "NBA Week" w/Robert Horry, John Havlicek, and Steve Smith [OC/410.4]
  • A general 1999 episode [SM/847.3]
  • A 1999 episode from "Retro Week" (w/an appearance by Richard Simmons at the end!) [OC/413.8]
  • A 2000 episode from New Orleans (w/an appearance by Martha Stewart!) [OC/436.1]
  • A 2000 episode w/a contestant named Abe Lincoln (who's actually a distant relative of his namesake) [RPT]
  • The 18th season premiere from 2000 [OC/497.2]
  • Veteran actor Leonard Stone's appearance from 2000 (missing intro) [OB]
  • A special "Halloween Week" celebrity episode from 2000 w/Richard Simmons (as Shakespeare), Tara Lipinski (as a genie), and *Alex Trebek* (as a gnome, and his son makes an appearance at the end!) [OC/530.1]
  • A 2000 "College Week" episode from Washington D.C. (w/a $90,000+ winner!) [RPT/601.9]
  • A general 2000 episode from Washington D.C. [OC/530.3]
  • Christmas 2000 episode (w/a video greeting card from the entire staff at the end!) [OC/551.6]
  • A 2001 episode from Hawaii [OC/557.4]
  • A 2001 episode from "Retro Week" [OC/578.3]
  • A 2001 episode from Dallas (w/a funny contestant named Tom!) [OC/586.4]
  • The 19th season premiere from 2001 [OC/624.2]
  • A general 2001 episode [OC]
  • The first episode w/the "prize wheel" bonus round from 2001 [OC/647.1]
  • A 2001 episode from Miami (w/crazy Les!) [OC/650.4]
  • A 2001 episode w/the first-ever $100,000 bonus round win! [OC/664.1]
  • Christmas 2001 episode [OC/664.5]
  • A 2002 episode w/a $100,000 loss [OC]
  • A 2002 "Best Friends Week" episode from Las Vegas (w/an on-camera appearance by Charlie O'Donnell at the end!) [OC/689.9]
  • A 2002 "College Week" episode from Chicago [OC/714.7]
  • The 20th season premiere from 2002 (w/the debut of the "Mystery Wedges") [OC/751.2]
  • A 2002 episode w/an appearance by Donny Osmond to plug the new "Pyramid"! (missing first 2 min. or so) [OC/752.4]
  • ATGSer Brian Bell's appearance from 2002 [OC/752.7]
  • A 2002 episode from Seattle [OC/764.1]
  • A 2002 episode from "Family Vacations Week" (w/a $100,000 win!) [OC/766.9]
  • A 2003 episode from Nashville [OC/792.2]
  • A 2003 episode w/an appearance by Peter Bergman and Michelle Stafford [OC/806.5]
  • A 2003 episode where the game ends in a tie [OC/806.6]
  • A 2003 episode w/a $100,000 win! [OC/812.4]
  • A 2003 episode from San Diego (w/a hilarious blooper during the 2nd toss-up!) [OC/812.7]
  • A 2003 episode w/another $100,000 win! [OC/831.3]
  • The 21st season premiere from 2003 (w/the debut of the new set) [OC/851.2]
  • A 2003 episode from Radio City Music Hall (w/crazy Anthony!) [OC/859.3]
  • The 4,000th episode from 2003 (from Radio City Music Hall) w/no contestants or gameplay, just clips of memorable moments (some never-before aired!) [OC/885.1]
  • Two 2003 "Best Friends Week" episodes from Radio City Music Hall (I'm in the audience!) [both OC/859.6-7]
  • A 2003 "NBA Week" episode from Radio City Music Hall w/Michael Finley, Bill Walton, and Allan Houston [OC/859.8]
  • Christmas 2003 episode (w/an appearance by Wayne Brady!) [OC]
  • A 2004 episode from Phoenix (preceded by a promo for "Super Millionaire"!) [OC/920.9]
  • A 2004 "Mom and Me Week" episode from San Francisco (w/an appearance by Willie Mays!) [OC]
  • A general 2004 episode from San Francisco [OC/923.7]
  • The 22nd season premiere from 2004 [OC/968.2]
  • A 2004 episode from Philadelphia [OC/1000.4]
  • Christmas 2004 episode [OC/1004.5]
  • A 2005 "Teen Best Friends Week" episode from Philadelphia (w/a $100,000 win!) [OC/1012.2]
  • A 2005 "Sweethearts' Week" episode from Las Vegas (w/a $95,900 win!) [OC/1012.7]
  • A general 2005 episode from Las Vegas (a new one-round record of $54,000 is set...and it could've been even bigger for the champ!) [OC/1017.6]
  • A 2005 episode w/a wheelchair-bound contestant [OC]
  • A 2005 episode from Kansas City, MO [OC]
  • The 23rd season premiere from 2005 [OC]
  • A 2005 episode where the one-round record of $54,000 is tied (missing 3rd toss-up) [OB]
  • A 2005 episode from New Orleans (w/a $100,000 win!) [OC]
  • A 2005 episode from "Teen Best Friends Week" (w/another $100,000 win; missing first 20 secs. or so) [OC]
  • Invision regular Anthony DeLegge's appearance from 2006 [RPT]
  • A 2006 "NFL Players Week" episode from Ft. Lauderdale w/Franco Harris, Gale Sayers, and Bob Griese (includes another $100,000 win!) [OC]
  • A 2006 "Sweethearts Week" episode from Ft. Lauderdale (w/yet another $100,000 win!) [OC]
  • A general 2006 episode from Ft. Lauderdale [OC]
  • A 2006 episode from "Soap Stars Week" w/Ty Treadway, Lisa Rinna, and Jack Wagner (includes ANOTHER $100,000 win!) [OC]
  • A 2006 episode from "Soap Stars Week" w/Michelle Stafford, Corbin Bernsen, and Alison Sweeney (the game ends in a tie!) [OC]
  • A general 2006 episode from Denver [OC]
  • A 2006 "College Week" episode from Denver (w/yet another $100,000 win!) [OC]
  • The 24th season premiere from 2006 [OC]
  • ATGSer Steve McClellan's appearance from 2006 [OC]
  • A 2006 episode from Dallas [OC]
  • A 2006 episode w/a $100,000 win! [OC]
  • Christmas 2006 episode (Pat and Vanna exchange gifts at the end!) [OC]
  • A 2007 episode w/an in-studio performance by Il Divo! [OC]
  • A 2007 episode from "Teen Best Friends Week" (w/a speed-up round blooper and CLOSE win!) [OC]
  • A 2007 episode from Charleston (w/the $54,000 one-round record tied again, and a $128,177 win!) [OC]
  • A 2007 "Country Music Stars Week" episode from Charleston w/Troy Gentry, Julie Roberts, and Dean Sams (includes another $100,000 win!) [OC]
  • A 2007 episode from San Diego [OC]
  • A 2007 episode from "Teachers' Week" (w/yet another $100,000 win!) [OC]
  • The 25th season premiere from 2007 (w/the debut of the Big Money space) [OC]
  • A 2007 "Best Friends Week" episode from Radio City Music Hall (I'm in the audience!) [OC]
  • A 2007 "Celebrity Week" episode from Radio City Music Hall w/Gina Tognoni, Jacob Young, and Robin Strasser [OC]
  • A 2007 episode w/a Mystery Round rarity [OC]
  • A 2007 episode w/a $100,000 win! [OC]
  • Christmas 2007 episode (w/a return visit from the 3 contestants on Pat's first show at the end!) [OC]
  • A 2008 episode w/a $102,864 win! [OC]
  • A 2008 episode w/another $100,000 win! [OC]
  • April Fools' Day 2008 episode (Pat has a "hair-raising" surprise for Vanna at the end!) [OC]
  • A 2008 episode w/a heartbreaking last-second $100,000 loss [OB]
  • A 2008 "Family Week" episode from Chicago (w/yet another $100,000+ win!) [OC]
  • The 26th season premiere from 2008 (w/the debut of the $1,000,000 space)
  • A 2008 episode w/the first-ever $1,000,000 win! [OC]
  • A 2008 episode w/a $100,000 win (part of end credits cut off) [OC]
  • A general 2008 episode from Hawaii [OC]
  • A 2008 "Best Friends Week" episode from Hawaii [OC]
  • A 2008 episode w/an appearance by Betty White [OC]
  • The 5,000th episode from 2009 [OC]
  • A 2009 episode w/a return visit from $1,000,000 winner Michelle Loewenstein and tribute to wardrobe man Alan Mills at the end [OB]
  • A 2009 episode from SeaWorld Orlando [OC]
  • A 2009 episode from "Spring Break Week" (w/college students playing and a $100,000 win!) [OC]
  • A 2009 episode w/the controversial "Baggage Claim" bonus round [OC]
  • The 27th season premiere from 2009 (w/the debut of the "Free Play" space) [OC]
  • A 2009 episode from Boston [OC]
  • A 2010 episode from "America's Heroes Week" (w/THREE mis-solves in round 1!) [OC]
  • A 2010 episode from Las Vegas [OC]
  • A 2010 episode w/a $100,000 win [RPT]
  • April Fools' Day 2010 episode (w/intentional mistakes throughout!) [OC]
  • A 2010 episode from "Family Week" (w/another $100,000 win!) [OC]
  • The 28th season premiere from 2010 [OC]
  • A 2010 episode w/a $100,000 win [OC]
  • A 2010 episode w/an AMAZING solve in round 3 and a tribute to Charlie O'Donnell at the end (Johnny Gilbert announces) [OC]
  • A 2010 episode w/another $100,000 win (Rich Fields announces) [OC]
  • Christmas 2010 episode (Jim Thornton announces) [OC]
  • A 2011 episode w/a $100,000 loss (Lora Cain announces) [OC]
  • A 2011 episode w/mis-solves galore and a hilarious bonus round moment! (Jim Thornton announces) [OC]
  • Fellow trader Philip Cousin's appearance from 2011 (Joe Cipriano announces) [OC]
  • A 2011 episode from "Pet Lovers Week" (w/an appearance by Tillman the Skateboarding Dog!) [OB]
  • A 2011 episode w/"Vanna For a Day" contest winner Katie Cantrell running the puzzle board (Jim Thornton announces; end credits missing) [OC]
  • A 2011 episode w/a Mystery Round rarity (John Cramer announces) [OC]
    (NOTE: Jim Thornton announces all episodes from this point on)
  • A 2011 "College Week" episode from New Orleans [OC]
  • A general 2011 episode from New Orleans (w/a $100,000 win!) [OC]
  • A 2011 episode from "Family Week" (w/a wheelchair-bound contestant) [OC]
  • A 2011 episode from "Tennis Week" (w/an appearance by Tracy Austin at the end) [OC]
  • The 29th season premiere from 2011 (from "Family Week"; Jim Thornton is named permanent announcer) [OC]
  • A 2011 episode w/an on-camera appearance by Jim Thornton at the end [OC]
  • The first episode w/the "1/2 Kia" tags from 2011 [OC]
  • A 2012 episode from "Military Spouses Week" (w/a surprise reunion at the end!) [OC]
  • A 2012 episode w/a $100,000 win [OC]
  • A 2012 episode from Portland, Oregon (w/another $100,000 win!) [OC]
  • The 30th season premiere from 2012 [OC]
  • A 2012 episode w/a $100,000 win [OC]
  • A 2012 episode w/another $100,000 win [OC]
  • Christmas 2012 episode (w/a record $69,000+ maingame win!) [OB]
  • A 2012 episode where Cindy Kling becomes the biggest non-$1M winner w/$147,000! [OC]
  • A 2013 episode from "NBA Week" (w/an appearance by James Worthy at the end) [OB]
  • A 2013 episode w/an appearance by Julie Chen at the end [OB]
  • A 2013 episode w/a $100,000 win [OC]
  • A 2013 episode w/a *$90* margin of victory in the maingame!) [OC]
  • A 2013 episode from New York (w/an appearance by the hosts of "The Chew" at the end) [OC]
  • Another 2013 episode w/New York (Vanna is inducted into the Guinness Book of World Records for doing the most clapping!) [OC]
  • A 2013 episode w/the second $1,000,000 win! [OC]
  • A 2013 episode w/another $100,000 win [OB]
  • The 31st season premiere from 2013 (w/the debut of the "Express Wedge") [OC]
  • A 2013 episode w/a return visit from second $1M winner Autumn Erhard [OB]
  • A 2013 episode w/a heartbreaking bonus round [OC]
  • Former "WWtBaM" champ Dean Rogers' appearance from 2013 [OC]
  • A 2014 episode where Pat forgets about the Prize Puzzle! (stage manager John Lauderdale makes an on-camera appearance) [OC]
  • A 2014 episode from Las Vegas [OB]
  • A 2014 episode from "Girlfriend Getaways Week" (w/female teams playing) [OC]
  • A 2014 episode w/a $57,000+ maingame win [OB]
  • A 2014 episode w/an AMAZING bonus round win! [OC]
  • A 2014 episode w/yet another $100,000 win [OC]
  • The 32nd season premiere from 2014 [OC]
  • A 2014 episode w/the third $1,000,000 win! [OC]
  • A 2014 episode w/a height-challenged contestant (who brings her brother to spin) [OC]
  • A 2014 episode w/an appearance by the "Dancing With the Stars" cast at the end [OC]
  • A 2014 episode that ends w/clips of Jim Thornton exploring NYC during the show's recent visit [OC]
  • A 2014 episode from Hawaii (w/a funny speed-up round moment!) [OC]
  • A 2014 "Best Friends Week" episode from Hawaii (Pat loses it during the speed-up round!) [OC]
  • A 2014 episode from "Family Week" [OC]
  • A 2014 episode w/a record $91,000+ maingame win! [OC]
  • A 2015 episode w/a $14,000 Express Round win [OC]
  • A 2015 episode w/Nick Parlapiano (my wife's cousin) as a contestant [OC]
  • A 2015 episode w/a $100,000 win! [OC]
  • Veteran GS champ Chad Mosher's appearance from 2015 [OC]
  • A 2015 episode w/another $100,000 win! [OC]
  • A 2015 episode w/the first-ever $1,000,000 loss [OC]
  • The 33rd season premiere from 2015 [OC]
  • A 2015 episode where a total of *7* maingame rounds are played! [OC]
  • A 2015 episode w/an appearance by Deidre Hall and James Reynolds at the end [OC]
  • A 2015 episode w/a $77,000+ maingame win and $110,000+ total win! [OC]
  • A 2016 episode w/a heartbreaking $50,000 loss [OC]
  • Two general 2016 episodes [both OC]
  • A 2016 episode w/an appearance by Al Roker at the end [OC]
  • A 2016 episode w/a $100,000 win! [OC]
  • A 2016 episode w/a $14,000 Express Round win [OC]
  • A 2016 episode w/a tiebreaker AND a $100,000 win! [OC]
  • The first episode w/the "Crossword" category from 2016 [OC]
  • The 34th season premiere from 2016 [OC]
  • Fellow trader Dustin Dumovich's appearance from 2016 [OC]
  • A 2016 episode w/an appearance by Sharon Case and Joshua Morrow at the end [OC]
  • A 2016 episode w/Pat's birthday acknowledged at the beginning [OC]
  • A 2016 episode w/a Mystery Round rarity [OC]
  • A 2016 episode w/a $17,000 Express Round win [OC]
  • A 2016 episode from "Family Week" (w/a $100,000 bonus round win!) [OC]
  • A 2016 episode from "Family Week" (w/a $65,000+ maingame win and $99,000+ total win!) [OC]
  • A 2016 episode w/a $96,000+ win! [OC]
  • Fellow trader Adam Marchese's appearance from 2016 [OC]
  • A 2016 episode w/TWO mis-solves in round 1 and a $14,000 Express Round win [OC]
  • The first episode w/the new music package from 2017 [OC]
  • A 2017 episode from "Teen Best Friends Week" (w/a $50,000+ maingame win and $84,000+ total win!) [OC]
  • A 2017 episode w/a $51,000+ maingame win and $85,000+ total win [OC]
  • A 2017 episode w/a $12,700 Express Round win [OC]
  • A 2017 episode w/an $18,000 Express Round win [OC]
    Rolf Benirschke: Five episodes from 1989 [all OC]:
  • His first three episodes [125.1, 145.8, 931.1]
  • A general episode [D87.1]
  • Rolf's last episode (little did he know...) [280.1]
    Bob Goen
    CBS, 1989-91:
  • His first episode from 1989 (w/an appearance by Pat Sajak!) [OC/145.7]
  • His 5th episode [OC/564.10]
  • Three general 1989 episodes [all OC/564.11-12]
  • A 1990 episode from "Armed Forces Week" (w/contestants chosen from the audience, and 2 new contestants in each round!) [OC/91.9]
  • A 1990 episode w/a rare $10,000+ maingame win! [OC]
  • Three general 1990 episodes [1 OB/D40.4, 2 OC/91.7; 91.10]
  • Christmas 1990 episode [OC/91.12]
  • The last CBS episode (though not mentioned) from 1991 [OB/182.3]
    NBC, 1991:
  • The "return to NBC" premiere episode (preceded by a brief promo for "The $100,000 Pyramid") [OC/202.7]
  • An episode from "Mother's Day Week" (w/mother-child teams playing; missing first 2 min.) [OB]
  • Three general episodes [all OC/91.1-3]
  • A Teen Week finals episode [RPT/279.11]
  • The last episode (though not mentioned) [OB/924.23]

    WHEEL 2000-David Sidoni & "Cyber Lucy":

  • The first taped episode from 1997 (missing intro) [RPT/218.4]
  • The 1997 premiere episode [OC/105.4]
  • The 2nd episode (what has Lucy done to her hair??) [RPT/218.1]
  • Two general 1997 episodes [both RPT/218.2, 218.3]
  • The last episode (though not mentioned) from 1998 [RPT/218.5]

    WHEN DID THAT HAPPEN?-Marianne Curan & John Weber:

  • The 1998 premiere episode [OC/305.8]
  • The last episode from 1999 (missing first 2 min. or so) [OB]

    WHERE IN THE WORLD IS CARMEN SANDIEGO?-Greg Lee:

  • Both aired 1991 pilots (w/a different scoring system) [both OB/747.12, 840.1]
  • The 1991 premiere episode [OB/747.13]
  • Five general 1991 episodes [all OB/149.3, 749.9-10]
  • A 1991 episode w/the clues format on the Europe map [OB]
  • A 1991 episode w/a clue given by X the Owl and Henrietta Pussycat [OB]
  • A celebrity episode from 1992 w/Jeremy Miller, Mayim Bialik, and Tatyana M. Ali [OB/149.2]
  • The 2nd season premiere from 1992 [OB/840.2]
  • Five general 1992 episodes [all OB/89.10, 840.3-4]
  • A 1992 episode w/a rare planetary question [OB]
  • The 3rd season premiere from 1993 (w/the debut of the North America map) [OB]
  • Five general 1993 episodes [all OB/710.6, 724.12-13, 749.11-12]
  • A 1993 episode w/Sean Altman's mom in the audience [OB]
  • A 1994 episode w/an exciting bonus round finish! [OB]
  • A general 1994 episode [OB/710.7, also 840.5]
  • A 1994 episode where Scott Leonard dresses as Tom Jones for a clue [OB]
  • Four general 1995 episodes [all OB]
  • The last episode from 1995 (though not mentioned; Sean gets a haircut at the end!) [OB]

    WHERE IN TIME IS CARMEN SANDIEGO?-Kevin Schinick:

  • The 1996 premiere episode [OB/D36.7]
  • Seven general 1996 episodes [4 SM, 3 OB/710.8-9, 730.4]
  • The first four episodes of the 2nd season from 1997 [all SM]
  • A general 1997 episode [OB/840.6]

    WHEW!-Tom Kennedy:

  • Two consecutive episodes from 1979 w/Randy Amasia as a contestant [both SM/685.7-8]
  • A partial 1979 episode [OB/515.1]
  • Five episodes from 1979 w/all-time champ Howard Wilson (first 4 full, last partial and cut off during game 2 contestant interviews) [all OC/515.2-6]
  • Two partial episodes from 1979 w/Steve LeBlang as a contestant (Episode 1 is the 1st round and end credits, episode 2 is the intro, 2nd round and the Gauntlet run) [both OB/D117.4]
  • Two consecutive episodes from 1980; guests are Trish Stewart and Jamie Farr (episode 2 missing final segment) [both OB/763.1-2]
  • Two consecutive episodes from 1980; guests are Mary Ann Mobley and Gary Collins (episode 1 missing intro, both missing end credits) [both OC/437.1-2]
  • Two consecutive episodes from 1980; guests are Marcia Wallace and Robert Vaughn (follows above 2 eps; both missing end credits) [both OC/437.3-4]
  • The last two episodes from 1980; guests are Betty White and John Saxon [both OB/D26.4, 201.10]

    WHO DO YOU TRUST?-Johnny Carson: One episode from 1958 w/a classic blooper! [SM]

    WHO KNOWS THE BAND?-Ted Stryker: The 2001 premiere episode [OC/645.1]

    WHO KNOWS YOU BEST?-Gina St. John:

  • The first two episodes from 2000 [both OC/482.3-4]
  • A 2000 episode from "Celebrity Week" w/Nancy O'Dell & Lorrie Jordan, Dedee Pfeiffer & Tamala Jones, and Dionne Warwick & Gladys Knight [OC/551.1]
  • Another 2000 episode from "Celebrity Week" w/Jenifer Lewis & Roxanne Reed, Rosa Blasi & Allison Dunbar, and Lela Rochon & Sherry Calhoun [OC]
  • A 2001 episode from "Guys Week" (w/male-female teams playing) [OC]

    WHO SAID THAT?
    Walter Kiernan:
    Two episodes from 1953 [both KIN]:

  • Panel is HV Kaltenborn, Dagmar, Deems Taylor, and Frank Conniff
  • Panel is Merriman Smith, June Lockhart, George Gobel, and William Henry
    John Daly:
  • One episode from 1955; panel is Bob Considine, June Lockhart, Quincy Howe, and Groucho Marx [SM]

    WHO WANTS TO BE A MILLIONAIRE
    Regis Philbin
    August 1999:

  • All 13 episodes of the series [episode 4 RPT/481.5, all others OC/393.1-12]
    November 1999:
  • All 18 episodes of the series [all OC/393.13, 395.1-7, 396.1-7, 421.1-3]
    2000-02:
  • The first seven episodes [all OC/421.4-6, 422.1-4]
  • Dan Blonsky's $1,000,000 win (the 2nd ever!) from 2000 [OC/423.4]
  • A 2000 episode where a player blows the $100 question (and the other contestants don't do much better!) [OC/423.6]
  • Rob Coughlin's $500,000 win from 2000 [OC/427.5]
  • A special pre-Super Bowl episode (w/all football-related questions) from 2000 [OC/427.9]
  • A 2000 episode w/two $125,000 wins [OC/431.5]
  • A 2000 episode where *Rosie O'Donnell* helps a contestant win $32,000! [OC/432.4]
  • Michael Avitzur's $250,000 win from 2000 [OC/432.8]
  • Mark Prysant's $125,000 win from 2000 (one of the Fastest Finger players is former "J!" and "WBSM" champ Leszek Pawlowicz!) [OC/436.2]
  • A 2000 episode w/all female contestants in the Hot Seat [OC/449.6]
  • A 2000 episode where Regis and a contestant have a "foot-off" to see who has the better feet(!) [OC/444.4]
  • Kevin Simcox's $250,000 win from 2000 [OC/444.5]
  • Joe Trela's $1,000,000 win (he was the 3rd to do it!) from 2000 [OC/448.4]
  • A special pre-Oscar episode from 2000 (w/all movie-related questions) [OC/448.5]
  • Eileen Duffy's $125,000 win from 2000 (look for Mitch Groff among the Fastest Finger players!) [OC/447.9]
  • Thomas Ashton's $250,000 win from 2000 (former "J!" and "WBSM" champ Kurt Bodden is a Fastest Finger player) [OC/450.1]
  • Four special celebrity episodes from 2000 w/Queen Latifah, Emeril Lagasse, Lance Bass, Vanessa L. Williams, Ray Romano, David Duchovny, Kathie Lee Gifford, Drew Carey, Dana Carvey, and Rosie O'Donnell [all OC/451.1-4]
  • A 2000 episode w/TWO big wins! [OC/450.5]
  • The 100th episode from 2000 (w/the first-ever Fastest Finger tie!) [OC/457.1]
  • Four special Tournament of Chapions episodes from 2000 [all OC/460.1-4]
  • A 2000 episode w/two big wins (which could've been even bigger; Bob House begins his run in game 3) [OC/482.1]
  • Bob House's $1,000,000 win from 2000 [GSN/883.10]
  • Kim Hunt's $1,000,000 win from 2000 [OC/481.7]
  • David Goodman's $1,000,000 win from 2000 [OC/496.1]
  • Joe Kelleher's $500,000 win from 2000 [OC/482.9]
  • ATGSer Brian Clouse's $32,000 win from 2000 [OC/496.9]
  • Paul Young's $250,000 win from 2000 [OC/507.5]
  • Robin Riglin's $250,000 win from 2000 [OC/511.5]
  • Three special "U.S. Olympic Editions" from 2000 w/Stacey Dragila, Jenny Thompson, Maurice Greene, Gary Hall Jr, Julie Foudy, Laura Wilkinson, Dara Torres, Lenny Krayzelburg, Rulon Gardner, and Lisa Leslie [all OC/514.1-3]
  • Dave Colquitt's $250,000 win from 2000 [OC/518.9]
  • Reece O'Dell's $250,000 win from 2000 [OC/518.10]
  • Pat Thompson's $500,000 win from 2000 [OC/525.9]
  • Five special celebrity episodes from 2000 w/Joy Behar, Norm MacDonald, Jon Stewart, Vivica A. Fox, Drew Carey, Jon Lovitz, Tyra Banks, Alec Baldwin, Charlie Sheen, and Sean "Puffy" Combs [episodes 1-3 OC/539.1-3, episodes 4 and 5 "Pop-Up Video" RPT/539.4-5]
  • Two special "family" episodes (w/parent-child teams) from 2000 [both OC/529.1-2]
  • Terry Jones's $250,000 win from 2000 [OC/532.10]
  • Kristine Marklein's $125,000 win from 2000 (w/a Fastest Finger rarity!) [OC/536.1]
  • Andy Aaron's $250,000 win from 2000 (all of episode 1, and first few minutes of episode 2) [OC/536.2, 536.4]
  • Three special College Editions from 2000 [all OC/537.1-3]
  • The first episode w/the progressive grand prize jackpot from 2001 [OC/566.5]
  • John Norquist's $250,000 win from 2001 [OC/549.4]
  • Two special "Rock Star Editions" from 2001 w/Gene Simmons, Emily Robison, Chaka Khan, Lars Ulrich, Howie D, Gladys Knight, Kevin Richardson, Mark McGrath, Sisqo, and Amy Grant [both OC/552.1-2]
  • Gary Gambino's $500,000 win from 2001 [OC/557.8]
  • A 2001 episode w/two $125,000 wins (and a Fastest Finger tie!) [OC/561.6]
  • Four special "Classic TV Star Editions" from 2001 w/Ted Lange, Florence Henderson, Cindy Williams, Adam West, Kim Fields, Melissa Gilbert, Valerie Bertinelli, Marion Ross, Danny Bonaduce, and Sherman Hemsley (episode 4 is an hour and 1/2) [all OC/558.1-5]
  • David Stewart's $500,000 win from 2001 [OC/561.8]
  • A 2001 episode w/two $250,000 wins [OC/567.4]
  • Kevin Olmstead's $2,180,000 win (a new all-time GS record!) from 2001 [OC/567.8]
  • Former "J!" champ Bernie Cullen's $1,000,000 win from 2001 [OC/578.4]
  • A 2001 episode w/two big wins [OC/578.6]
  • Five special "Celebrity Editions" from 2001 w/Chevy Chase, Kevin Sorbo, Edie Falco, Alfre Woodard, John Leguizamo, Dennis Franz, Jason Alexander, Ben Stiller, Martin Short, and Kelly Ripa [all OC/577.1-5]
  • Four special "Couples Editions" from 2001 (episode 1 has very poor audio) [all OC/582.1-4]
  • Two special "Return of the $0 Winners" episodes from 2001 [both OC/584.1-2]
  • Mary Burke's $500,000 win from 2001 (very poor audio) [OC/601.6]
  • Four special "Top of the Charts Editions" from 2001 w/Nick Lachey, LeAnn Womack, Darius Ruck, Belinda Carlisle, Tyrese, Joey McIntyre, Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes, Huey Lewis, Pat Monahan, and Brian McKnight [all OC/605.1-4]
  • A 2001 episode w/Tara Lipinski in the audience [OC/623.5]
  • A special half-hour episode from 2001 where Ed Toutant wins $1,680,000! [OC]
  • Two special "Armed Services Editions" from 2001 [both OC/648.1-2]
  • Four special "Celebrity Editions" from 2001 w/Mick Foley, Jon Favreau, Eve, Martina McBride, Kevin Bacon, Paul Rodriguez, Shannon Elizabeth, Meredith Vieira (ironic, huh?), David Alan Grier, and William Baldwin [all OC/661.1-4]
  • A 2002 episode where a contestant gets bleeped! [OC/680.3]
  • Three special "Classic TV Editions" from 2002 w/Aaron Spelling series alumni Gabrielle Carteris, Thomas Calbaro, Robert Urich, Bernie Kopell, Cheryl Ladd, Shari Belafonte, Stephen Collins, and William Shatner [all OC/682.1-3]
  • Two special "Ladies' Night Editions" (w/all female contestants) from 2002 [both OC/715.8, 723.6]
  • The (hour-and-1/2 and unacknowledged) last episode from 2002 [OC/741.1]
    Feb. 2004 ("Who Wants to Be a Super Millionaire"):
  • All 5 episodes of the series [all OC/889.1-5]
    May 2004 ("Who Wants to Be a Super Millionaire"):
  • All 7 episodes of the series [all OC/929.1-7]
    August 2009 ("WWtBaM 10th Anniversary Celebration"):
  • All 11 episodes of the series [all OC]
    Meredith Vieira:
  • The 2002 premiere episode [OC/754.3]
  • Two general 2002 episodes [both OC/758.3]
  • Carole Price's $250,000 win from 2002 [OC/769.2]
  • A general 2003 episode [SM/1042.11]
  • A 2003 episode from "College Week" (w/a $0 winner!) [OC/801.2]
  • A 2003 episode where Kevin Smith becomes the 1st-ever $1,000,000 winner! [OC/801.7]
  • A 2003 episode where Nancy Christy becomes the first female $1,000,000 winner! [OC/820.1]
  • The 2nd season premiere from 2003 [OC/850.2]
  • A 2003 episode from "Walk In and Win Week" [OC/867.8]
  • Francis Grant Jr's $250,000 win from 2003 [OC]
  • A 2004 episode from "Remembering the '90s Week" [OC/910.6]
  • A 2004 "College Week" episode from Disney-MGM Studios in Orlando [OC/920.2]
  • A general 2004 episode from Disney-MGM Studios [OC/908.9]
  • ATGSer Steve McClellan's appearance from 2004 [OC/912.6]
  • Friend Mike Davis's appearance from 2004 [OC]
  • A general 2004 episode [OC]
  • The 3rd season premiere from 2004 (w/the new payoff structure, Internet poll and "Switch the Question" lifelines) [OC]
  • John Castellano's $250,000 win from 2004 [OC]
  • Two consecutive episodes from 2004 w/friend Art Kurtz [both OC]
  • A 2004 episode from "Celebrity Scoop Week" (w/a $100,000 win) [OC/1000.3]
  • Two conescutive episodes from 2004 where former UK champ Jeff Gross wins $500,000 [both OC/1000.6]
  • Two consecutive episodes from 2004 w/former "J!" champ Eddie Timanus [both OC/997.2, 999.3]
  • Dino White's $250,000 win from 2004 [OC]
  • A 2005 episode w/a $0 win [OC]
  • A 2005 episode from "Play To Pay For Your Wedding Week" (w/couples playing, and a $100,000 win) [OC/1017.2]
  • A 2005 "College Week" episode from Disney-MGM Studios (this is the 500th episode of the series!) [OC/1017.7]
  • A general 2005 episode [OC/1029.1]
  • Two consecutive episodes from 2005 where GS veteran Daniel Avila wins $100,000 [episode 1 OC/1029.3, episode 2 OB/1060.5]
  • Two consecutive 2005 "Walk In and Win Week" episodes from Walt Disney World (w/the lowest non-$0 win in WWtBaM history!) [both OC]
  • A general 2005 episode from Walt Disney World [OC]
  • The 4th season premiere from 2005 [OC]
  • A 2005 episode from "Play To Pay For Your Wedding Week" [OC]
  • A 2005 episode from "Teacher Week" [OC]
  • A 2006 "College Week" episode from Walt Disney World [OC]
  • The 5th season premiere from 2006 [OB]
  • A 2006 episode from "Pop Culture Week" (part of end credits cut off) [OC]
  • A 2006 episode from "College Week" [OC]
  • A 2007 episode from "Play to Pay For Your Wedding Week" [OC]
  • A 2007 episode from "Million Dollar Movie Week" [OC]
  • A 2007 episode w/Al Roker guest-hosting [OB/1057.18]
  • A 2007 episode w/Tom Bergeron guest-hosting [OC]
  • A 2007 episode w/Tim Vincent guest-hosting [OC]
  • The 6th season premiere from 2007 [OC]
  • A 2007 episode from "Grand Giveaway Week" (w/only 11 questions and a $100,000 win!) [OC]
  • The 1,000th episode from 2007 (w/an appearance by Meredith's kids) [OC]
  • Lyn Payne's $500,000 win from 2007 [OB/1060.6]
  • A 2007 episode from "TV Week" (w/a $250,000 win!) [OC]
  • A 2008 episode w/TWO $0 wins! [OC]
  • A 2008 episode from "Million Dollar Movie Week" [OC]
  • A 2008 episode w/Dave Price guest-hosting [OC]
  • A 2008 episode w/Billy Bush guest-hosting [OC]
  • A 2008 episode w/Leeza Gibbons guest-hosting [OC]
  • The 7th season premiere from 2008 (w/the new lifelines and music package) [OC]
  • A 2008 episode from "Family Week" (w/3-person teams playing) [OC]
  • A 2009 episode w/Cat Deeley guest-hosting [OC]
  • A 2009 episode from "Famous Names Week" [OC]
  • A 2009 episode w/Samantha Harris guest-hosting (and a $0 winner; missing first 10 min.) [OC]
  • A 2009 episode w/Shaun Robinson guest-hosting [OC]
  • A general 2009 episode [RPT]
  • The 8th season premiere from 2009 (w/the new payout structure) [OC]
  • Fellow trader Matt Sittel's appearance from 2009 [OC]
  • The "Tournament of 10" finals from 2009 [OC]
  • A 2009 episode w/Regis Philbin guest-hosting [OC]
  • A 2010 episode from "Real Housewives Week" [OC]
  • A 2010 episode from "Million Dollar Movie Week" [OC]
  • Two consecutive episodes from 2010 w/Steve Harvey guest-hosting [both OC]
  • A 2010 episode w/John Henson guest-hosting [OC]
  • The 9th season premiere from 2010 (w/the new look and format) [OC]
  • A 2010 episode from "Celebrity Week" w/Victor Garber [OC]
  • Kimberly Collins' $250,000 win from 2010 [OB]
  • A 2010 episode w/the "Pawn Stars" cast playing [OC]
  • Halloween 2010 episode w/"Ghost Hunters" stars Jason Hawes & Grant Wilson playing [OC]
  • The 1,500th episode from 2010 (w/an appearance by Duff Goldman, who presents a cake!) [OC]
  • A 2010 episode from "Play it Forward Week" (w/local news anchor teams playing for charity) [OC]
  • Marla Miller's $250,000 win from 2010 [OB]
  • A 2011 episode from "Million Dollar Movie Week" [OC]
  • Alfred Guy's $250,000 win from 2011 [OB]
  • Billie Johnston's $250,000 win from 2011 [OB]
  • A 2011 episode w/Sherri Shepherd guest-hosting [OC]
  • A 2011 episode w/Tim Gunn guest-hosting [OC]
  • The 9th season finale from 2011 (w/D.L. Hughley guest-hosting) [OC]
  • The 10th season premiere from 2011 [OC]
  • A 2011 episode from "Celebrity Week" w/Carson Kressley [OC]
  • Two consecutive 2011 episodes from "Double Money Week" (Former "$1M Password" champ Chad Mosher is a contestant!) [both OC]
  • Former "TPiR" and "WoF" champ Dave Ramos's appearance from 2011 [OC]
  • A 2011 episode where a contestant blows the FIRST question! [RPT]
  • A 2011 episode from "Maytag Week" [RPT]
  • Halloween 2011 episode w/"Ghost Hunters" stars Jason Hawes & Grant Wilson playing [RPT]
  • A 2011 episode from "Broadway Giveaway Week" w/a charity game between Steffanie Leigh & Gavin Lee [OC]
  • A 2011 episode where a contestant makes an on-air marriage proposal! [RPT]
  • Two consecutive 2011 episodes w/"Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" stars Michael Maloney & Paige Hemmis (episode 1 missing end credits) [both RPT]
  • A 2011 episode from "Play it Forward Week" (w/local news anchor teams playing for charity) [OC]
  • A 2012 episode from "Cruise In and Win Week" [RPT]
  • A 2012 episode where fellow trader Anton Spivack is an audience contestant [OC]
  • A 2012 episode from "Million Dollar Movie Week" [OC]
  • Two consecutive episodes from 2012 w/actress Lori Decker [both RPT]
  • A 2012 episode from "American Pride Week" (w/contestants chosen from the audience) [OC]
  • A 2012 episode w/Ryan Lochte & Dara Torres playing [OC]
  • Sharon Fisher's $100,000 win from 2012 [RPT]
  • Franck Hodelin's $100,000 win from 2012 [RPT]
  • A 2012 episode w/a hilarious blooper near the end! [OC]
  • A 2012 episode w/a hilarious slip-up by Meredith! [RPT]
  • The 11th season premiere from 2012 [OC]
  • A 2012 episode from "Celebrity Week" w/Tony Dovolani [OC]
  • A 2012 episode from "Double Money Week" [OC]
  • A 2012 episode where a contestant blows the FIRST question! (missing last 2 minutes) [RPT]
  • Two consecutive episodes from 2012 w/Joy Behar playing for charity [both RPT]
  • A 2012 episode from "Broadway Giveaway Week" w/a charity game between Chantel Riley & Ben Jeffrey [OC]
  • Dan DeLisio's $250,000 win from 2012 [RPT]
  • A 2013 episode from "Cruise In and Win Week" [OB]
  • A 2013 episode from "Crystal Ball Week" [RPT]
  • A 2013 episode from "Countdown To the Oscars Week" [OC]
  • Veteran actor Chuck Wagner's appearance from 2013 [OC]
  • Two consecutive episodes from 2013 w/"General Hospital" stars Finola Hughes & Jason Thompson [both OC]
  • A 2013 episode w/"Deadliest Catch" stars Keith Colburn & Sig Hansen [OC]
  • Jeremy Blais's $250,000 win from 2013 [RPT]
  • A 2013 episode from "Magical Family Getaway Week" [OC]
  • A 2013 episode w/Kathie Lee Gifford & Hoda Kotb playing [OC]
  • Meredith's last episode from 2013 [OC]
    Cedric the Entertainer:
  • His first episode from 2013 [OC]
  • Fellow trader Chris Palmer's appearance from 2013 [OB]
  • Josina Reaves' $1,000,000 LOSS from 2013 [OB]
  • Two consecutive 2013 episodes from "Double Money Week" (a new round 1 record of $93,100 is set!) [both OC]
  • Tracey Launder's $100,000 win from 2013 [RPT]
  • Two consecutive episodes from 2013 w/Dr. Oz playing for charity (episode 2 missing end credits) [both RPT]
  • Tim Lewis's $100,000 win from 2013 [RPT]
  • A 2013 episode from "Celebrity Week" w/Niecy Nash [OB]
  • Two consecutive episodes from 2013 w/Chip Esten playing for charity [both OC]
  • A 2013 episode from "By the Decade Week" (w/all 80s-related questions, and everyone dressed in costume!) [OC]
  • Two consecutive episodes from 2013 w/the Braxton sisters playing for charity [both OC]
  • A 2014 episode from "Cruise In and Win Week" [OC]
  • A 2014 episode where a player blows the FIRST question! [RPT]
  • A 2014 episode from "Countdown To the Oscars Week" [OB]
  • Jason Schneiderman's $100,000 win from 2014 [OB]
  • A 2014 episode w/Michael Symon playing for charity [OC]
  • Cedric's last episode (though not mentioned) from 2014 [OC]
    Terry Crews:
  • His first episode from 2014 [OC]
  • Two consecutive episodes from 2014 w/fellow GS fan Josh Eldridge [both OC]
  • A 2014 episode from "Whiz Kids Week" (w/teenagers playing) [OC]
  • Two consecutive epiodes from 2014 w/J! superchamp Ken Jennings (episode 2 partial, ends at the conclusion of Ken's game) [both OC]
  • A 2014 episode from "Celebrity Week" w/Andy Cohen and Robert Herjavec [OC]
  • A 2014 episode from "Daytime Talk Show Week" w/Jerry Springer [OC]
  • A 2015 episode w/NY Giants offensive tackle Justin Pugh playing for charity [OC]
  • A 2015 episode where a player blows the FIRST question! [RPT]
  • A 2015 episode w/Bill Engvall playing for charity (plus a clip of the next episode, where he walks) [OC]
  • A 2015 episode where a player blows the FIRST question! [OC]
  • Terry's last episode (though not mentioned) from 2015 [OC]
    Chris Harrison:
  • His first episode from 2015 (w/the return of the "classic" format) [OC]
  • Two 2015 episodes from "Off to College Week" [both RPT]
  • A 2015 episode from "Bachelor Fan Favorites Week" w/Ali Fedotowsky [OC]
  • A 2015 episode from "Second Chance Week" [OC]
  • Two consecutive episodes from 2015 where Tony Hightower wins $250,000 [both RPT]
  • Two consecutive episodes from 2015 where Joe MacLeod wins $250,000 [both RPT]
  • A 2016 episode from "Bachelor Fan Favorites Week" w/Marquel Martin [OC]
  • A 2016 episode from "Whiz Kids Week" (w/teenagers playing) [OC]
  • A 2016 episode from "Movie Week" [OC]
  • A 2016 episode w/Andi Dorfman playing for charity [OC]
  • A 2016 episode w/Kira Kazantsev (Miss America 2016) playing for charity [OC]
  • The 2016-17 season premiere (now from Las Vegas) [OC]
  • A special "First Responders" episode from 2016 [OC]
  • A 2016 episode from "Celebrity Week" w/Giada De Laurentiis and Penn & Teller [RPT]
  • A 2016 episode from another "Whiz Kids Week" [OC]
  • A 2016 episode from "Victory for Veterans Week" [RPT]
  • A 2016 episode from "Bachelor Fan Favorites Week" w/Tanner & Jade Tolbert [RPT]
  • A 2016 episode from "Instant Millionaire Week" (w/contestants randomly chosen from the Bally's casino floor) [RPT]
  • Friend Brian Henegar's appearance from 2016 [OC]
  • A 2017 episode from "Second Chance Week" [OC]
  • A 2017 episode from "Bachelor Fan Favorites Week" w/Tenley Molzahn [OC]
  • Beau Henson's $250,000 win from 2017 (part of end credits cut off) [OC]
  • A 2017 episode w/Ariel Malone playing for charity [OC]
  • A 2017 episode from "Whiz Kids Week" (w/teenagers playing) [OC]

    THE WHO, WHAT, OR WHERE GAME-Art James: One episode from 1970 [SM/692.4]

    WHO'S STILL STANDING?-Ben Bailey: The first four episodes from 2011 [all OC]

    WHOSE LINE IS IT ANYWAY?-Drew Carey
    Summer 1998:

  • The premiere episode; performers are Greg Proops, Wayne Brady (WB), Colin Mochrie (CM), and Ryan Stiles (RS) [OC/292.3]
  • The 2nd episode; performers are Brad Sherwood (BS), WB, CM, and RS [OC/292.4]
  • The 3rd episode (w/same performers as premiere; missing intro) [OC/247.1]
  • The 4th episode; performers are BS, WB, CM, and RS [OC/247.2]
  • The 5th episode; performers are BS, Karen Mauryama, CM, and RS [OC/247.3]
  • The 6th (and last) episode; performers are BS, Kathy Kinney, CM, and RS [OC/247.4]
    1998-2003:
  • The 1998 premiere episode; performers are WB, Denny Siegel, CM, and RS [OC/277.4]
  • 1999; performers are Greg Proops, WB, CM, and RS [RPT/391.10]
  • 1999; performers are WB, Denny Siegel, CM, and RS (again!) [OC/300.8]
  • 1999; performers are BS, Ian Gomez, CM, and RS [OC/316.2]
  • 1999; performers are WB, Stephen Colbert, CM, and RS [OC/316.10]
  • The 1st season finale from 1999; performers are BS, WB, CM, and RS [OC/333.3]
  • The 2nd season premiere from 1999; performers are WB, Chip Esten, CM, and RS [OC/420.3]
  • 1999; performers are WB, Denny Siegel, CM, and RS [OC/389.11]
  • 1999; performers are WB, Chip Esten, CM, and RS (again!) [RPT/450.3]
  • 1999; performers are WB, Josie Lawrence, CM, and RS [OC/394.10]
  • 1999; performers are WB, BS, CM, and RS [OC/391.9]
  • 1999; performers are Greg Proops, WB, CM, and RS [RPT/447.8]
  • 1999; performers are WB, BS, CM, and RS (Includes a hilarious "Millionaire Show" skit that spoofs WWtBaM!) [RPT/448.3]
  • 2000; performers are WB, Greg Proops, CM, and RS [OC/448.2]
  • 2000; performers are WB, Kathryn Greenwood, CM, and RS [OC/447.7]
  • 2000; performers are WB, Karen Mauryama, CM, and RS ("The Millionaire Show" is played again!) [OC/450.2]
  • 2000; performers are WB, Denny Siegel, CM, and RS (missing 1 minute or so early in show) [OC/456.9]
  • The 2nd season finale from 2000; performers are WB, Chip Esten, CM, and RS [OC/456.10]
  • The 3rd season premiere from 2000; performers are WB, Kathryn Greenwood, CM, and RS [OC/511.9]
  • 2000; performers are WB, Greg Proops, CM, and RS (Includes "The Millionaire Show!") [RPT/551.8]
  • 2000; performers are WB, BS, CM, and RS [RPT/551.7]
  • 2000; performers are WB, Chip Esten, CM, and RS [OC/511.10]
  • Another 2000 episode w/same performers as above [OC/530.8]
  • 2000; performers are WB, CM, RS, and Robin Williams [OC/530.9]
  • 2001; performers are WB, Chip Esten, CM, and RS [RPT/592.6]
  • 2001; performers are WB, BS, CM, and RS [OC/592.5]

    WILD ANIMAL GAMES-Ryan Seacrest: "Dog Day" from 1995 [OC]

    WIN BEN STEIN'S MONEY-Ben Stein & Jimmy Kimmel:

  • The aired pilot(?) from 1997 [OB/703.12]
  • The 1997 premiere episode [OB/99.2]
  • Two general 1997 episodes [both OC/125.6-7]
  • A 1997 episode w/a contestant named Wampus(!) [OB/707.4]
  • A 1997 episode featuring the "Ben Stein Cheerleaders" (Jackie and Sammi Forrest of "Fun House" fame!) [OB/182.5]
  • The first twelve episodes of the 2nd season from 1998 [all OC/210.1-12]
  • Former "J!" champ Kurt Bodden's appearance from 1998 [OC/538.1]
  • A "Daily Show" all-star episode from 1998 w/Lewis Black, Beth Littleford, and Steve Colbert [OC/538.6]
  • A 1998 episode from "Previous Winners Week" (all 3 contestants are former $5,000 winners) [OC/251.1]
  • A 1998 episode where a contestant only gets 1 right answer in the Best of 10 [RPT/312.2]
  • A 1998 episode w/a GREAT "Best of 10" Round! [RPT/312.5]
  • A 1998 episode where Jimmy curses Ben out! [RPT/312.8]
  • Six general 1998 episodes [all RPT/312.1, 312.3, 312.6-7, 312.9-10]
  • Veteran GS champ Robert Wargo's appearance from 1998 [OC]
  • Halloween 1998 episode (w/everyone in costume, and ATGS's Aaron Morris is a contestant!) [OC/262.8, also RPT/312.4]
  • A 1998 episode where a contestant gets *0* in the Best of 10 [RPT/312.11]
  • A 1998 episode w/a dreadful Best of 10 round [RPT/312.12]
  • A 1998 episode w/a controversial question (and a GREAT ending!) [RPT/339.11]
  • A 1998 episode w/a contestant who gets the first-ever perfect score in the Best of 10 [RPT/352.6]
  • Election Night 1998 episode w/Peggy Noonan, Jim Glassman, and Ariana Huffington [RPT/302.4]
  • The first 16 episodes of the 3rd season from 1999 [all RPT/342.1-16, also have season premiere OC/335.2]
  • A 1999 episode where Ben and Jimmy switch roles (and wardrobes!) [OC/343.9]
  • Former "J!" champ Leszek Pawlowicz's appearance from 1999 [OC/389.1]
  • A 1999 episode w/Ben, Jimmy, and the contestants in drag! [OC/389.2]
  • A 1999 episode where all 3 contestants are named Ben Stein [RPT/538.10]
  • A 1999 episode that spoofs "Mr. Rogers" [RPT/525.8]
  • "A Salute to Punk Rock" from 1999 (w/everyone dressed accordingly!) [RPT/639.6]
  • Halloween 1999 episode (w/Ben as Dracula, and Jimmy as Igor!) [RPT/525.5]
  • A 1999 episode w/Ben and Jimmy dressed as pirates [RPT/525.4]
  • Four general 1999 episodes [all OC/336.4; 352.3; 368.11, 1 GSN]
  • A special 1999 episode w/pro wrestlers Raven, Kimberly Page, and Disco Inferno [OC/410.6]
  • A special 1999 episode w/Comedy Central hosts *Greg Proops*, Mo Rocca, and Adam Carolla [OC/413.2]
  • A "lawyers-turned-comics" special from 1999 [OC/413.4]
  • A "teachers-turned-comics" special from 1999 [OC/425.1]
  • "A Salute to the '20s" from 1999 [OC/425.3]
  • "A Salute to the '50s" from 1999 [OC/425.4]
  • "A Salute to the '60s" from 1999 [OC/425.5]
  • "A Salute to the '70s" from 1999 [OC/425.6]
  • A special New Year's episode from 1999 (w/Ben, Jimmy, and the contestants in formal wear) [OC/425.7]
  • A 2000 episode that spoofs "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" [OC/448.7]
  • The 4th season premiere from 2000 [OC/446.3]
  • A 2000 episode that spoofs "The Blair Witch Project" [RPT/650.1]
  • A special "Ben Stein's Cup" episode from 2000 (w/increased stakes and a $25,000 grand prize!) [OC/497.3]
  • Jimmy's last episode from 2000 (w/no contestants or gameplay, just Ben and Jimmy looking at clips of memorable moments) [OC/497.4]
    Ben Stein & Nancy Pimental:
  • Nancy's first episode from 2000 [OC/498.3]
  • A special "Ben For President" episode from 2000 [OC/525.2]
  • A 2000 episode w/the Clinton family (played by look-alikes) as contestants! [OC/509.6]
  • "A Salute to First Ladies" from 2000 (w/Ben in drag as Barbara Bush and Nancy as Jackie O!) [OC/509.7]
  • A special "S&M" episode from 2000 (w/Ben as a slaveboy and Nancy as a dominatrix!) [OC/525.10]
  • A special 2000 episode w/writers Jon Scieszka, Malachy McCourt, and Wally Lamb [OC/530.13]
  • A 2000 episode that spoofs "The Ten Commandments" (w/Ben as Moses and Nancy as an angel) [OC/532.9]
  • A special "Scottish" episode from 2000 (Ben wears a kilt!) [OC/532.11]
  • A special 2000 episode w/rock stars C.C. DeVille, Matthew Sweet, and Weird Al Yankovic [RPT/557.9]
  • The 2nd "Ben Stein's Cup" from 2000 [RPT/557.1]
  • Christmas 2000 episode (w/Ben as Santa and Nancy as an elf) [OC/538.11]
  • The 5th season premiere from 2001 (from Venice Beach) [OC/579.1]
  • A 2001 episode from Venice Beach w/Playboy centerfolds Katie Lohmann, Jessica Lee, and Kerissa Ferr [RPT/610.11]
  • A 2001 episode from Venice Beach that spoofs "Survivor" [OC/585.1]
  • The 500th episode from 2001 (w/Ben and Nancy in formal wear, and an appearance by Jimmy Kimmel AND the entire staff at the end!) [OC/579.3]
  • A special 2001 episode w/"Battlebots" cast members Bil Dwyer, Heidi Mark, and Bill Nye [OC/610.7]
  • A special 2001 episode w/"The Man Show" cast members Adam Carolla, The Juggies, and *Jimmy Kimmel* [OC/610.8]
  • A 2001 episode that spoofs "film noir" (aired in B&W and letterboxed!) [OC/610.10]
  • A special 2001 episode from UCLA (w/Yale students playing, and Jimmy Kimmel as guest co-host!) [OC/629.6]
  • A 2001 episode that spoofs "Gone With the Wind" [OC/647.3]
  • Halloween 2001 episode (w/Ben as "Frank Ben Stein" and Nancy as his bride!) [OC/647.7]
  • A 2001 episode w/Ben and Nancy dressed as babies [OC/660.6]
    Ben Stein & Sal Iacono: Seven episodes from 2002:
  • An episode w/Jimmy Kimmel and his mom as guest co-hosts [OC/695.1]
  • An episode w/Jimmy and his uncle as guest co-hosts [OC/695.2]
  • An episode w/Jimmy and his daughter as guest co-hosts [OC/695.3]
  • An episode w/Jimmy and his aunt as guest co-hosts [OC/695.4]
  • An episode w/Jimmy and his cousin Sal (his 1st appearance) as guest co-hosts (missing first segment) [OC/695.5]
  • Sal's first permanent episode [OC/695.6]
  • A celebrity episode w/Dave Foley, Sarah Silverman, and Joe Rogan [OB]

    WIN, LOSE OR DRAW
    Vicki Lawrence:

  • The first taped episode (not aired until 10/10/88!) from 1987; guests are Betty White, Leann Hunley, Charles Durning, and Charles Nelson Reilly [OC/106.11]
  • The first aired episode from 1987; guests are Debbie Reynolds, Loretta Swit, Jason Bateman, and Burt Reynolds (includes a "Scrabble" promo) [OB/108.9]
  • Another episode from the first aired week (w/same guests as above) [OB/233.17]
  • Three episodes from 1987; guests are Britt Ecklund, Rita Coolidge, Paul Kreppel, and Steven Nichols [all OC/233.12]
  • Christmas 1987 episode; guests are Eva Gabor, Fannie Flagg, Pat Morita, and Robert Goulet [OC]
  • 1988; guests are Patty Duke, JoAnne Worley, Andrew Stevens, and Joel Brooks (Includes a promo for GS Hosts' Week on "Scrabble"!) [OC/106.12]
  • A 1988 episode w/Sally Struthers guest-hosting; guests are Brenda Vaccaro, Jasmine Guy, Ned Beatty, and Brian Keith [OB]
  • 1988; guests are Edie McClurg, Anne-Marie Johnson, Tom Poston, and Michael Spound [OC/141.16]
  • 1988; guests are Dionne Warwick, Cathy Rigby, Sinbad, and Anthony Newley [OC]
  • 1988; guests are Ilene Graff, Sally Jessy Raphael, Alex Daniels, and Chad Everett [OC]
  • Halloween 1988 episode; guests are Linda Blair, Zelda Rubenstein, David Naughton, and John Astin [OC/106.14]
  • 1988; guests are Loretta Lynn, Robyn Bernard, Mickey Gilley, and Stuart Pankin [OC]
  • 1988; guests are Nancy Grahn, Florence Stanley, Kevin Peter Hall, and Arte Johnson [OC]
  • A 1988 episode from "Olympics Week"; guests are Mary Lou Retton, Debi Thomas, Scott Hamilton, and Bruce Jenner [OC]
  • 1988; guests are Constance Towers, Jacklyn Zieman, Marc Summers, and Peter Marshall [OC/106.13]
  • 1989; guests are Kim Fields, Jess Walton, "Hollywood" Hamilton, and Jed Allan [OC/125.2]
  • All of a special "Soap Opera Challenge Week" from 1989; guests are Marcy Walker, Nancy Grahn, Charles Shaughnessy, and Stephen Nichols [all OB]
  • 1989; guests are Dr. Ruth Westheimer, Leslie Easterbrook, Joel Brooks, and Ian Buchannan (has VCR counter in top right corner of screen) [OC/D87.2]
  • 1989; guests are Marsha Warfield, Deborah Harmon, Anson Williams, and Adrian Zmed (Johnny Gilbert announces) [OC/106.15]
  • A 1989 episode from "Soap Opera Week"; guests are Finola Hughes, Ian Buchanan, Mary Beth Evans, and Stephen Nichols [OC]
  • A 1989 episode from "Wrestling Week"; guests are Queen Kong, Trudy Adams, The Wild Samoan, and Sgt. Slaughter [OC/988.1]
  • 1989; guests are Florence Henderson and Fred Travalena [OB/321.8]
  • 1989; guests are Marsha Warfield and Pat Harrington (Dean Goss announces) [OC]
  • The (unacknowledged) last episode from 1989; guests are Sally Struthers, Martha Quinn, Peter DeLuise, and Paul Carafotes [OC/279.2]
    Bert Convy:
  • The aired "sneak preview"/pilot episode from 1987; guests are Loni Anderson, Betty White, Tony Danza, and Burt Reynolds [OB/200.3]
  • The 1987 premiere episode; guests are Betty White, Abby Dalton, Dom DeLuise, and Burt Reynolds [GSN/725.9]
  • 1987; guests are Jackee Harry, Lynn Redgrave, Dom DeLuise, and Burt Reynolds (glitchy video first 10 min. or so) [OB/707.5]
  • 1987; guests are Emma Samms, Judy Landers, Jonathan Prince, and Richard Simmons (Future "Quicksilver" host Ron Maestri is a contestant!) [GSN]
  • 1987; guests are Loni Anderson, Michele Lee, Alan Thicke, and Burt Reynolds [OB/233.11]
  • 1987; guests are Anne Meara, Susan Ruttan, John Byner, and Burt Reynolds (Opening caricature artist Overton Loyd makes a brief appearance!) [GSN/728.4]
  • 1987; guests are Susan Anton, Jayne Meadows, Martin Mull, and Steve Allen [GSN/736.2]
  • Another (partial) 1987 episode w/same guests as above [OC]
  • 1987; guests are Jennifer Savidge, Anne Bloom, Dick Gautier, and Norman Fell (Bert screws up during round 2!) [GSN/736.7]
  • A 1987 episode from "Commercial Stars Week"; guests are Patsy Garrett, Jane Withers, John Moschitta, and Avery Schrieber [GSN/883.8]
  • 1987; guests are Brenda Vaccaro, Jill St. John, Stuart Pankin, and Roger E. Mosley (Gene Wood makes an on-camera appearance!) [GSN/1053.16]
  • 1988; guests are Teri Copley, Susan Blakely, Brad Garrett, and Tony Orlando [GSN/742.8]
  • A 1988 episode from Hawaii; guests are Loni Anderson, Carol Burnett, Jim Nabors, and Burt Reynolds [GSN/748.5]
  • A 1988 episode from Hawaii; guests are Loni Anderson, Vicki Lawrence, Pat Morita, and Burt Reynolds [OB/495.7]
  • A 1988 episode w/WTAE news personalities playing (aired only in Pittsburgh!); guests are Loni Anderson, Jackee, Burt Reynolds, and Alan Alda [OB]
  • 1988; guests are Connie Stevens, Tricia Leigh Fisher, Bob Denver, and Dwayne Hickman [OB]
  • 1988; guests are Jennilee Harrison, Gloria Loring, Tom Dreesen, and McLean Stevenson [GSN/748.11]
  • 1988; guests are Constance McCashin, Heidi Bohay, Chris Lemmon, and Jimmie Walker [GSN/757.5]
  • 1988; guests are Betty White, Carol Channing, Jerry Van Dyke, and Mike Connors [GSN/757.7]
  • A 1988 episode from "Challenge Week" (w/former champs playing); guests are Gladys Knight, Sally Struthers, Jonathan Prince, and Ned Beatty [GSN]
  • A 1988 episode from Disneyland; guests are Mary Lou Retton, Mariska Hargitay, *Marc Summers*, and Marlon Jackson [GSN/765.5]
  • The 1988-89 season premiere (from Walt Disney World); guests are Sally Struthers, Anne-Marie Johnson, Marc Price, and Clifton Davis [GSN/876.10]
  • A 1988 episode from the Disney-MGM Studios in Orlando; guests are Loni Anderson, Jackee, Alan Alda, and Burt Reynolds [GSN/765.10]
  • 1988; guests are Anne Meara, Rebecca Arthur, Adrian Zmed, and Charles Nelson Reilly [GSN/765.12]
  • 1988; guests are Melba Moore, Judi Evans, Michael Winslow, and *Dick Clark* [OB/D76.3]
  • A special 1988 episode w/all Los Angeles radio personalities playing (aired only in said market!) [OB]
  • A 1988 episode from Central Park in NYC; guests are Susan Lucci, Kim Fields, Peter Marshall, and Gene Anthony Ray (a stubborn horse slows down the opening!) [OB/D2.5]
  • 1988; guests are Elayne Boosler, Merrill Markoe, Bob Saget, and Martin Mull [OC]
  • 1989; guests are Tanya Tucker, Mindy Cohn, *Ross Shafer*, and Mario Van Peebles [OC]
  • 1989; guests are Morgan Brittany, Amanda Bearse, David Cassidy, and Anthony Newley [OB/590.1]
  • Two 1989 episodes from the Burt Reynolds Horse Ranch in Jupiter, FL; guests are Jason Bateman, Lynda Carter, Loni Anderson, and Burt Reynolds (both missing end credits) [both OB]
  • A 1989 episode from "Family Week"; guests are Cloris Leachman, Dinah Englund, Marc Price, and Al Bernie [USA/228.11]
  • 1989; guests are Lauren Hutton, Beverly Johnson, Brad Garrett, and Dennis Weaver [USA/D27.1]
  • 1989; guests are Mary Wells, Gale Storm, Fabian, and Bobby Rydell [USA]
    Robb Weller: Four episodes from 1989:
  • His first episode; guests are Anne-Marie Johnson, Martha Quinn, Doug Barr, and Charles Nelson Reilly [OC/279.4]
  • Guests are Dawnn Lewis, Charnelle Brown, Marc Summers, and Steve Witting [OB/200.4]
  • An episode from Chicago; guests are Marsha Warfield, Robin Bernard, JM J. Bullock, and Malcolm-Jamal Warner [OB]
  • Guests are Trudy Adams, Queen Kong, Myke "Gemini" Horton, and Dan "Nitro" Clark [OC]
    Justin Willman ("Disney Win, Lose or Draw"):
  • The 2014 premiere episode; guests are Peyton List and Cameron Boyce [OC]
  • 2014; guests are Tyrel Jackson Williams and Billy Unger [OC]
  • 2014; guests are Laura Marano and Raini Rodriguez [RPT]
  • 2014; guests are Dove Cameron and Joey Bragg [RPT]

    WIN, LOSE OR PAWN-Frank Nicotero: The first two episodes from 2013 [both RPT]

    WIN WITH THE STARS-Allen Ludden: A 6-minute clip of a 1969 episode; guests are Kaye Ballard and Paul Lynde [SM]

    WINNER TAKE ALL
    Barry Gray:
    Two episodes from 1951 [1 OC, 1 GSN/301.6]
    Bill Cullen: Two episodes from 1952 [both GSN/D27.3, 1025.13]

    WINNING LINES-Dick Clark: Four episodes from 2000 [all OC]:

  • The premiere episode [420.4]
  • Three general episodes [427.3, 431.7, 1042.10]

    WINNING STREAK-Bill Cullen: One episode from 1974 [SM, also GSN/98.4]

    WINTUITION-Marc Summers:

  • A 10-minute "sizzle tape" [SM]
  • The 2002 premiere episode [OC/776.6]
  • Two general 2002 episodes [both SM]
  • Former "Winning Lines" champ Catherine Rahm's appearance from 2002 [RPT/776.11]
  • A 2003 episode w/a $50,000 win! [RPT/805.6]
  • Valentine's Day 2003 episode [OC/786.3]
  • April Fools' Day 2003 episode (w/Kennedy hosting and another $50,000 win!) [OC/816.4]

    WIPEOUT-Peter Tomarken:

  • The 1987 pilot (w/a slightly different format, a very different set and music, and hostess Anna Rapagna) [SM/260.4]
  • The 1988 premiere episode [USA/279.5]
  • A 1988 episode w/a record bonus round win! [OC]
  • A 1988 episode w/a hilarious Freudian slip by Peter [OC, also USA/1008.4]
  • The first episode w/returning champions from 1988 [OC]
  • Seven general 1988 episodes [all OC/D9.1, D86.3-4, 95.6, 810.8-9, 826.14]
  • Halloween 1988 episode (Peter takes the players' candy when they wipeout!) [OC/780.5]
  • A 1988 episode w/a record $1,625 score in round 1 [OC/931.8]
  • A 1988 episode where Paula Bartholomew becomes the all-time top winner w/$25,016 [OC/886.9]
  • Former "PYL" champ Maggie Brown's appearance from 1988 [OC/826.13]
  • A 1988 episode w/a great last-second bonus round win! [OC]
  • Two consecutive episodes from 1989 (episode 1 missing final segment) [both OC/D85.2-3]
  • The last episode (though not mentioned) from 1989 [USA/D40.5]

    WIPEOUT
    John Henson/John Anderson/Jill Wagner:

  • The 2008 premiere episode [OC]
  • Three general 2008 episodes [1 OC, 2 RPT]
  • The second half of a special Super Bowl "Couch Potatoes vs. Cheerleaders" episode from 2009 [OC]
  • The 2nd season premiere from 2009 [RPT]
  • A general 2009 episode [OC]
  • A special "couples" episode from 2009 [OC]
  • A special "Wipeout All-Stars" episode (w/former champs playing) from 2009 [OC, also RPT]
  • The 3rd season premiere from 2010; it's a 2-hour "Blind Date" special (w/teams playing) [RPT]
  • A "World Cup Special" episode from 2010 (missing 1st minute) [OC]
  • Three general 2010 episodes [1 RPT, 2 OC]
  • A special "family" episode from 2010 [OC]
  • A special "America's Heroes" episode from 2010 [OC]
  • The 4th season premiere (and first "Winter Wipeout" episode) from 2011 [OC]
  • The first "Spring Wipeout" episode from 2011 [OC]
  • A special "Summer Sneak Peek" episode from 2011 [RPT]
  • A special "Hotties vs. Nerds" episode from 2011 [RPT]
  • A special "Wipeout All-Stars" episode (w/former champs playing) from 2011 [RPT]
  • A special "family" episode from 2011 [OC]
  • The 6th season premiere (and Jill's return episode) from 2013 [RPT]
  • A special "family" episode from 2013 [RPT]
  • A special "Bosses vs. Employees" episode from 2013 [RPT]
  • A general 2013 episode [OC]
  • A special "ex-couples" episode from 2013 [OC]
  • A 2013 episode w/beauty queens playing [OC]
  • The 7th season premiere from 2014; it's a special 2-hour "family" episode [OC]
  • An "All-American" episode from 2014 [RPT]
  • A special 2-hour "Blind Date" episode from 2014 [OC]
  • A special "ex-couples" episode from 2014 [OC]
  • A special 2-hour "Bosses vs. Employees" episode from 2014 [OC]
  • A special "Tournament of Champions" episode (and the last show of the series) from 2014 [OB]
    John Henson/John Anderson/Vanessa Lachey:
  • Vanessa's first episode from 2011; it's a special winter "Deck the Balls" show [OC]
  • The 5th season premiere from 2012 [OC]
  • A special "Bosses vs. Employees" episode from 2012 [OC]
  • A special "Winners vs. Losers" episode from 2012 [OC]
  • A special "family" episode from 2012 [OC]

    WITHOUT PREJUDICE-Dr. Robi Ludwig: The 2007 premiere episode (90 min.) [OC, also SM, w/full-screen credits]

    WORDPLAY-Tom Kennedy:

  • The 1986 premiere episode; guests are Dick Shawn, Dorothy Lyman, and Richard Moll [OB/200.8]
    (all other episodes are from 1987)
  • Guests are Ned Beatty, Roseanne Barr, and Stephen Furst [OC]
  • Guests are Wil Shriner, Betty White, and Tom Poston [OC/641.11]
  • Guests are Christopher Hewett, Leann Hunley, and Marc Price (somewhat low audio) [OB/234.14]
  • Guests are *Bert Convy*, Abby Dalton, and *Bill Rafferty* [OB/D107.3]
  • Guests are Pat Harrington, Charlotte Rae, and Paul Kreppel [OC]
  • Guests are Art Metrano, Phyllis Diller, and Clifton Davis [OC]
  • Guests are Murray Langston, Brenda Vaccaro, and Norm Crosby [OB/D107.4]
  • Guests are Steve Allen, Jayne Meadows, and Louis Nye (one of the contestants, Salli Lewis, was on "Now You See It" 13 years earlier) [OB/143.11]
  • Another episode w/same guests as above [OC]
  • Guests are Charlie Callas, Sheryl Lee Ralph, and Richard Kline [OC]
  • Guests are Jamie Farr, Sydney Goldsmith, and Leslie Nielsen [OC]
  • Guests are Pat Harrington, Kim Fields, and Marty Cohen (former "Mouseketeer" Lonnie Burr is a contestant) [OB]
  • Guests are Drake Hogestyn, Betty White, and Jimmy Aleck (Lonnie Burr makes his second appearance) [OC]
  • Guests are Charles Nelson Reilly, Julie Harris, and Larry Manetti (Inlcudes a $25,000 Double Definition win!) [OC]
  • Guests are Brad Garrett, Anne Meara, and Soupy Sales [OC/641.12]
  • Guests are Vincent Price, Nancy Dussault, and Marty Cohen [OB/143.12]
  • Guests are Norm Crosby, Telma Hopkins, and Jeff Altman [OC/847.13]
  • Guests are Charles Nelson Reilly, Sheryl Lee Ralph, and Jimmy Aleck [OB/D107.5]
  • Guests are Dick Van Patten, Dianne Kay, and Adam Rich [OC]
  • Jamie Farr guest-hosts; guests are Curtis Baldwin, Andrea Elson, and Corey Feldman [OB/D107.6]
  • An episode from the final week (w/same guests as below and a $27,500 Double Definition win; missing intro, but ends w/a promo for "Scrabble") [OC/641.13]
  • The last episode; guests are Jamie Farr, Marsha Warfield, and Jimmy Aleck (ends w/a promo for "Win, Lose, or Draw") [OB/D107.7]

    WORDS ABOUT MUSIC (Los Angeles musical panel game)-Frank DeVol: The 1955 premiere episode; panel is Oscar Levant, Melba Manchester, Jackie Cooper, and Natalie Wood [KIN]

    WORLD SERIES OF BLACKJACK-Matt Vasgersian:

  • The 2004 premiere episode [OC]
  • The 2005 finals episode [OB]
  • The first three episodes of the 2nd season from 2006 [all OC/1014.3, 1014.5-6]
  • Six general 2006 episodes [all RPT/1039.1, 1039.3, 1040.1-3]
  • The 2006 finals episode [OB]
  • The 2007 finals episode [OB]

    THE WORLD SERIES OF POP CULTURE-Pat Kiernan:

  • The 4th episode from 2006 [OC]
  • The finals episode from 2007 [OB/1057.19]

    WOULD YOU RATHER...?-Graham Norton:

  • 2011; panel is Eugene Mirman, Hannibal Buress, Andrea Rosen, and Mo Rocca [RPT]
  • 2012; panel is Stanley Tucci, Faith Salie, Jordan Carlos, and Scott Adsit [OC]

    YAHTZEE-Peter Marshall: Three episodes from 1988 [all OB]:

  • The premiere episode; guests are Jerry Stiller, Anne Meara, Fred Willard, Tom Poston, and JoAnne Worley
  • Guests are Marilyn Michaels, Soupy Sales, Nipsey Russell, Rhonda Bates, and Larry Hovis (Missing intro, but includes a $100,000 win!) [D54.1]
  • Guests are Alan Sues, Nipsey Russell, Susan Seaforth, Bill Hayes, and Larry Hovis (now from the Showboat w/new bonus round rules) [D46.4]

    YOU BET YOUR LIFE
    Groucho Marx:

  • The hour-long 1949 pilot (which is actually a filmed radio program) [SM]
  • The 1950 premiere episode [OB]
  • A general 1950 episode [OB]
  • The first episode w/the "secret word" duck from 1950 [OB]
  • One episode from 1951 [OB]
  • Four episodes from 1952 [all OB]
  • Three episodes from 1953 [all OB]
  • Three episodes from 1954 [all OB]
  • 1955; guest is Joe Louis [OB]
  • 1955; guest is Robert "Gypsy Boots" Bootzin [OB]
  • Five general 1955 episodes [1 OB, 4 OC]
  • 1955; guest is Edouard Cournand [OB]
  • 1956; guest is Hoot Gibson [OB]
  • Three general 1956 episodes [1 OC, 2 OB]
  • 1956; guest is Harry Ruby [OB]
  • Two general 1957 episodes [1 OB, 1 OC]
  • 1957; guest is Ralph "Wild Red" Berry [OB]
  • 1958; guest Phyllis Diller [OB]
  • 1958; guests are Edgar & Candice Bergen, and Melinda Marx [OB]
  • Two general 1958 episodes [both OB]
  • 1958; guests are Johnny Weissmuller and Richard Armour [OB]
  • Two episodes from 1959 [both OB]
  • 1960; guest is Max Shulman [OB]
  • 1960; guest is Joy Harmon [OB]
  • 1961; guest is Mark Harris [OB]
  • 1961; guest is Harpo Marx [OB]
    Buddy Hackett:
  • Two episodes from 1980 [1 OB, 1 OC]
    Bill Cosby:
  • The 1992 premiere episode [OB]
  • Veteran GS champ Don Benn's appearance from 1992 (missing final segment) [OC/317.5]
  • Two episodes from 1993 [1 OB/D115.3, 1 OC]

    YOU DESERVE IT-Chris Harrison & Brooke Burns: One episode from 2011 [OC]

    YOU DON'T KNOW JACK-Paul Reubens as "Troy Stevens": Four episodes from 2001 [all OC]:

  • The aired pilot (w/minor differences, and Paul hosts as himself)
  • The premiere episode (Regis Philbin appears in a special pre-taped segment during the opening!) [597.6]
  • The 2nd episode (w/an appearance by Carl Lewis) [597.7]
  • A general episode [601.10]

    YOU DON'T SAY!
    Tom Kennedy
    NBC DAYTIME, 1963-69:

  • The 5th episode from 1963; guests are Betty White and Barry Sullivan [KIN]
  • 1967; guests are Pat Carroll and Mel Torme [OC]
  • 1969; guests are Tina Cole and Don Grady [OC/D63.1]
  • 1969; guests are Jaye P. Morgan and Rod Serling [OC/471.4]
    NBC PRIMETIME, 1964:
  • Guests are Laraine Day and Michael Landon [KIN]
    ABC, 1975:
  • Guests are Rex Reed, Betty White, Elaine Joyce, and Bob Ridgely [SM]
  • Guests are Rex Reed, Conny Van Dyke, June Lockhart, and Larry Hovis [SM/315.5]
  • The last episode (though not mentioned); guests are Bob Ridgely, Conny Van Dyke, Larry Hovis, and Ann Elder (Includes the show's only $10,000 bonus round win!) [SM/315.6]
    Jim Peck: Three episodes from 1978:
  • Guests are Charlie Brill, Nipsey Russell, Dick Gautier, and Conny Van Dyke [SM/319.4]
  • Guests are Bob Ridgely, Charlie Brill, Dick Gautier, and Ann Elder [OC]
  • Guests are Bob Ridgely, Nipsey Russell, Dick Gautier, and Valerie Bertinelli [OB]

    YOU LIE LIKE A DOG-J.D. Roberto: Three episodes from 2000:

  • Panel is Adam Ferarra, Greg Behrendt, and Dr. Joyce Brothers [OC/431.3]
  • Panel is Ed Crasnick, Jimmie Walker, and Elayne Boosler [RPT/454.5]
  • Panel is Kevin Meany, T.J. McCormack, and Barbara Howar [RPT/456.5]

    YOU ROCK, LET'S ROLL-Jared Cotter & Chrishell Stause: The first two episodes from 2008 [both OC]

    YOUR ALL-AMERICAN COLLEGE SHOW-Dennis James:
    One episode from 1969; guests are Mickey Manners, Tammy Grimes, Bill Bixby, and Adam West [SM]

    YOUR FACE OR MINE?-Dan Levy: The 2004 premiere episode [RPT/936.9]

    YOUR FIRST IMPRESSION-Bill Leyden:

  • A 1962 episode w/Monty Hall guest-hosting; guests are Morey Amsterdam, Mary Tyler Moore, and George Kirgo [OC/1042.6]
  • 1963; guests are Paul Winchell, Betty White, and Vin Scully [KIN]

    YOUR NUMBER'S UP-Nipsey Russell: Eight episodes from 1985:

  • The premiere episode [OC]
  • The 2nd episode (w/the first-ever car win!) [OB]
  • Two general episodes [1 OB/169.12, 1 OC/159.3]
  • Three consecutive episodes [all OC]
  • The last episode [OC/202.6]

    YOU'RE IN THE PICTURE-Jackie Gleason: Two episodes from 1961 [both SC, w/time code at bottom of screen]:

  • The premiere (and only!) episode; panel is Jan Sterling, Arthur Treacher, Pat Carroll, and Pat Harrington
  • The "apology show" from the following week

    YOU'RE ON!-Phil Moore: The 1998 premiere episode [OC/292.2, which is missing part of opening, also GAS, complete]

    YOU'VE GOT TO BE KIDDING (LA kids' game)-Jack Narz: One episode from 1987 [OC]

    YOURS FOR A SONG-Bert Parks: One episode from 1963 [OC]

    ZAP IT!-Matt Brown: Two episodes from 1998 [both OB/297.5, 297.8]

    ZOOVENTURE-J.D. Roth:

  • Two episodes from 1997 [both OC/84.2-3]
  • One episode from 1998 [RPT/368.3]

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