My Game Show-Related Interviews, Etc.

AM PHILADELPHIA
"Tic Tac Dough" contestant Larry Dundas is interviewed in this 10-minute piece from 1984, which also includes some behind-the-scenes footage. [847.6]

ANDERSON
Meredith Vieira and Betty White are separately interviewed in this 35-minute clip from 2011.

THE ARLENE HERSON SHOW
Arlene Francis talks about her career and retirement in this half-hour episode from 1987.

THE ARSENIO HALL SHOW
1989-94:

  • Betty White talks about her GS career in this 13-minute interview from 1989.
  • Dick Clark talks about the upcoming American Music Awards in this 7-minute interview from 1990.
  • Dick Clark makes a return visit in this 6-minute interview from 1990.
  • Vanna White talks about "WoF" in this 15-minute interview from 1990.
  • Bob Barker talks about "TPiR" in this 10-minute interview from 1990.
  • Vanna White makes a return visit in this 15-minute interview from 1990.
  • Dick Clark returns again and talks about the recent "New Year's Rockin' Eve" in this 7-minute interview from 1991.
  • Ray Combs talks about "FF" in this 9-minute interview from 1992.
  • Vanna White returns again in this 10-minute interview from 1993.
    2013-14:
  • Drew Carey does some stand-up and talks about "TPiR" in this 20-minute piece from 2014.
  • Betty White talks about her career and plays a mock game of "Password" w/Arsenio in this 13-minute piece from 2014.

    ATLANTA & COMPANY-Holly Firfer:

  • Ken Jennings discusses his new book and scrapped Comedy Central show in this 10-minute interview from 2006. [1053.5]
  • Holly appears on the "WWtBaM" set w/Meredith Vieira and tries her hand in the Hot Seat, followed by an on-set interview w/Meredith, in this 20-minute piece from 2006. [1053.6]

    THE BIG IDEA WITH DONNY DEUTSCH
    Former "Deal or No Deal" winners are interviewed about their experiences in this 2007 episode. [OC]

    THE BONNIE HUNT SHOW:

  • Pat Sajak talks about "WoF" in this 10-minute interview from 2008.
  • Bob Barker talks about life after "TPiR" in this 10-minute interview from 2008.

    CBS SUNDAY MORNING

  • Betty White is profiled in this 9-minute clip from 2011.
  • Alex Trebek is profiled in this 9-minute clip from 2012.

    CBS THIS MORNING

  • Bob Goen and Vanna White talk about "Wheel of Fortune" moving to CBS in this 10-minute interview from 1989.
  • Mark Goodson talks about his career in this 4-minute interview from 1990. [228.12]
  • Alex Trebek talks about "J!" in this 8-minute interview from 2012.

    CHARLIE ROSE: Alex Trebek is the guest in this 15-minute interview from 2006. [1051.12]

    THE CHEW
    Meredith Viera walks over from the "WWtBaM" set and shares her thoughts on Thanksgiving in this 5-minute piece from 2011.

    THE COLBERT REPORT
    "J!" superchamp Ken Jennings is interviewed in this 7-minute piece from 2006.

    CONAN

  • Fellow trader Adam Nedeff shows off his GS knowledge in this 5-minute clip from 2011.
  • Betty White talks about "Hot in Cleveland" and "The Lorax" in this 10-minute interview from 2012.
  • Betty White talks about her career and recent birthday surprise on the "Hot in Cleveland" set in this 10-minute interview from 2015.

    CROOK & CHASE: A behind-the-scenes look at TPiR is the focus of this 13-minute piece from 1999.

    THE DAILY SHOW: Betty White is interviewed in this 7-minute clip from 2011.

    THE DICK CAVETT SHOW

  • Dick Clark discusses "American Bandstand" and "Pyramid" in this 23-minute interview from 1985.
  • Pat Sajak talks about his beginnings in broadcasting and subsequent success in this 1993 episode (a hilarious blooper occurs going into the 1st break!). [OC/531.8]

    DINAH!
    Bob and Dorothy Jo Barker discuss their personal and professional lives in this 15-minute interview from 1979. [OC]

    DONAHUE:

  • In this 1989 episode from LA, Phil's guests are Alex Trebek, Chuck Woolery, and Bert Convy; they answer questions from audience members and play a mock game of "3rd Degree", and some clips are shown. [OC/531.1]
  • In this 1995 episode, Phil's guests are Tom Kennedy, Peter Marshall, Wink Martindale, Gene Rayburn, and (via satellite) Monty Hall; Gene plays "Match Game" w/some audience members, and a few clips are shown. [OB/D122.3]

    DONNY AND MARIE:

  • Vanna White talks about "WoF" and family life in this 6-minute interview from 1998.
  • Tom Bergeron discusses "Hollywood Squares" and family life in this 10-minute interview from 1998. [270.3]
  • Bob Barker talks about TPiR and his upcoming "Spay and Neuter Your Pets" campaign in this 10-minute interview from 1998. [276.11]
  • Chuck Woolery, Jeff Probst, Bob Eubanks and George Gray are the guests in this complete 1999 episode. [OC]
  • Bob Barker returns to talk about his professional and personal life, shows some TPiR clips, and gives both Donny & Marie a chance to play "Clock Game" in this 15-minute piece from 2000 (which also includes a reunion w/ex-Barker's Beauty Cindy Margolis!). [449.8]

    THE EARLY SHOW:

  • Tracy Smith goes behind the scenes at TPiR's upcoming $1M Spectaculars in this 5-minute piece from 2003. [779.10]
  • Harry Smith chats w/Ken Jennings about his "J!" winning streak in this 4-minute interview from 2004.
  • Harry Smith chats w/"J!" superchamp Ken Jennings and the woman who finally defeated him, Nancy Zerg, in this 5-minute interview from 2004. [997.6]
  • Bob Barker's retirement is the subject of this 4-minute piece from 2006.
  • Betty White talks about her role in "The Proposal" in this 5-minute interview from 2009.

    THE ELLEN DEGENERES SHOW:

  • Betty White talks about her career and plays a mock game of "Password" w/Ellen in this 15-minute piece from 2003. [853.3]
  • Donny Osmond chats w/a fan in Detroit and talks about the upcoming Pyramid episode of "Friends", plus his other GS work in this 10-minute interview from 2004. [875.4]
  • Betty White talks about her career, plugs her upcoming gig on "The Practice", and plays a game of "Password" w/Ellen and 2 audience members in this 15-minute piece from 2004. [908.1]
  • Ken Jennings talks about his "J!" reign and the resulting fame in this 5-minute interview from 2004. [970.7]
  • Howie Mandel talks about "DoND" and gets tested on his knowledge of the models' names in this 8-minute piece from 2006.
  • Howie Mandel returns to talk more about "DoND" and plays a prediction game called "Squeal or No Squeal?" w/Ellen in this 10-minute piece from 2007.
  • The "Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?" kids appear and play a mock game w/Ellen in this 5-minute piece from 2007.
  • Mark L. Walberg talks about "Moment of Truth" and co-hosts a mock game w/an audience member in this 8-minute piece from 2008.
  • Drew Carey talks about "TPiR" and hosts a game of "Cliff Hangers" for an audience member in this 10-minute piece from 2008.
  • Adam Rose, the first-ever $1M winner on "TPiR", is interviewed in this 5-minute piece from 2008.
  • Howie Mandel plugs his new book "Here's the Deal: Don't Touch Me" and receives a Christmas gift from Ellen in this 12-minute piece from 2009.
  • "TPiR" fainter Nancy Sandoval talks about her experience in this 5-minute piece from 2010.
  • Jane Lynch talks about "Glee" and the new season of "Hollywood Game Night" in this 11-minute piece from 2014.
  • Martha Stewart, Snoop Dogg, and Miley Cyrus play "The Game of Things" in this 3-minute piece from 2016.
  • Ellen gives an audience member the chance to win $10,000 by playing "Hole in One...or Two" in this 10-minute piece from 2016.
  • Guest Lauren Graham plays "The 5-Second Rule" against Ellen in this 4-minute piece from 2016.

    THE FLORENCE HENDERSON SHOW

  • Bob Eubanks talks about his career and family life in this 20-minute interview from 2007.
  • Johnny Gilbert talks about his career and work on "J!" in this 9-minute interview from 2008.
  • Peter Marshall talks about his career (and surprises Florence w/a hilarious "HS" blooper clip!) in this 20-minute interview from 2009.
  • Rip Taylor talks about his career and current projects in this 11-minute interview from 2009.
  • Gary Owens talks about his career in this 8-minute interview from 2010.

    FOX NEWS SUNDAY: Alex Trebek is interviewed in this 5-minute clip from 2012.

    GERALDO
    Bob Eubanks (via satellite), Jeff MacGregor and Alex Trebek are the guests, and Mark Richards offers advice to would-be GS contestants and hosts a game called "Place Your Bets" in this 1988 episode. [OC]

    GOOD MORNING AMERICA:

  • Antonio Mora reports on the 10th anniversary of Michael Larsen's "Press Your Luck" affair, which includes clips from the upcoming film "Quiz Show" and Larsen's reign, plus interviews w/Larsen, Peter Tomarken, and Bill Carruthers. [877.6]
  • WWtBaM's first grand prize winner, John Carpenter, is interviewed and takes questions from audience members in this 8-minute piece from 1999. [396.8]
  • Richard Gizbert reports on the worldwide popularity of WWtBaM, which includes lots of brief clips from various foreign versions, comments from co-creator David Briggs and Russian WWtBaM host Dmitry Dibrov, and more in this 4-minute piece from 2000. [447.1]
  • Dick Clark talks about the upcoming "New Year's Rockin' Eve" telecast in this 2-minute interview from 2002.
  • Mike Greenberg talks about the upcoming debut of "Duel" in this 4-minute interview from 2007.
  • Monty Hall is interviewed and hosts a mock game of "LMaD" in this 15-minute piece from 2008.
  • Bob Eubanks is interviewed and hosts a mock game of "The Newlywed Game" in this 13-minute piece from 2008.
  • Wink Martindale is interviewed and hosts a mock game of "Gambit" in this 12-minute piece from 2008.
  • Tom Bergeron talks with Bob Barker in this 6-minute interview from 2009.

    THE GREG BEHRENDT SHOW
    "DoND" models Patricia Kara, Hayley Marie Norman, and Lindsay Clubine are interviewed in this 19-minute piece from 2006.

    HOME AND FAMILY
    Chuck Woolery & Christina Ferrare:

  • Bob Barker is interviewed and hosts a game of "Double Prices" in this 20-minute piece from 1996 (ATGSer David Hammett is in the audience!) [D61.5]
  • The hosts of FAM's upcoming original GS block (Pat Finn, Ron Pearson, Wil Shriner, Tom Parks, and Michael Burger) appear to talk about their shows in this complete episode from 1996. [OC]
    Mark Steines & Paige Davis:
  • Betty White talks about "Hot in Cleveland" and her other projects in this 15-minute interview from 2011.
    Mark Steines & Christina Ferrare:
  • Bob Eubanks and Stephanie Edwards talk about the upcoming Hollywood Christmas Parade and their history w/the annual telecast in this 12-minute interview from 2014.
  • Marc Summers talks about his career and shows a clip of his current series, "Six Degrees of Everything", in this 8-minute interview from 2015.
    Mark Steines & Debbie Matenopoulos:
  • Ben Gleib talks about "Idiotest" and his relationship w/ex-girlfriend Jasmine Dowlatshahi (who also appears), then hosts a mock game between Jes Macallan & Mark vs. Sophie Uliano & Debbie in this 17-minute piece from 2017.

    HOUR MAGAZINE
    Bob Eubanks is interviewed in this 15-minute piece from 1988. [OB/257.11]

    THE HOWARD STERN SHOW
    SYNDICATED, 1991-93:

  • Arlene Francis and Kitty Carlisle-Hart are guest panelists for a game of "What's My Secret?" in this 12-minute clip from 1991.
  • Jaye P. Morgan is briefly interviewed in this 1-minute clip from 1992.
  • "Homeless Howiewood Squares" (featuring Gene Rayburn and Jaye P. Morgan!) is played in this 20-minute clip from 1992.
  • "Homeless Howiewood Squares" continues in this 35-minute clip from 1992.
  • Gene Rayburn is interviewed in this 3-minute clip from 1992.
    E!, 1994-2005:
  • Ray Combs is interviewed in this 20-minute clip from 1995.
  • Vanna White is interviewed in this 4-minute clip from 1999.

    THE HOWIE MANDEL SHOW
    Howie's guest is Bob Barker in this 15-minute piece from 1998; Bob talks about his pre-TV years, and he and Howie go into the street and round up some pedestrians for a game of TPiR! [OB/530.12]

    JIMMY KIMMEL LIVE:

  • Charles Nelson Reilly talks about his career, and a hilarious "Match Game" clip is shown in this 10-minute piece from 2003. [807.8]
  • Alex Trebek talks about "J!" (and is surprised w/a clip of fellow guest Kelsey Grammer on Celeb J! 15 years ago) in this 10-minute interview from 2008.
  • Security guard Guillermo takes on the "Wipeout" obstacle course in this 6-minute clip from 2008.
  • Ant McPartlin and Dec Donnelly talk about the upcoming debut of "Wanna Bet?" in this 9-minute interview from 2008.
  • Alex Trebek talks about the upcoming IBM Challenge on "J!" in this 10-minute interview from 2011.
  • Betty White talks about her career and the upcoming season of "Hot in Cleveland" in this 12-minute piece from 2011.
  • Ben Stein talks about politics and his past work w/Jimmy in this 8-minute piece from 2013.
  • "TPiR" contestant Danielle Perez chats w/Jimmy in this 5-minute piece from 2014.
  • Anthony Anderson talks about his work on "Blackish" and the upcoming "TTTT" (w/his mom Doris also dropping by to discuss her gig on the latter!) in this 11-minute interview from 2016.
  • Alec Baldwin discusses his work on "Match Game" and other projects in this 12-minute interview from 2017.

    THE JOAN RIVERS SHOW
    Joan's guests on this 1993 episode are Chuck Barris, Fred Wostbrock, Herb Stempel, Laura Chambers, "J!" champ Frank Spangenberg, and "Love Connection" staffer Peter Koper. [OB]

    KIDS ARE PEOPLE, TOO-Michael Young:
    Dick Clark talks about "American Bandstand" in this 5-minute interview from 1980. [814.4]

    LARRY KING LIVE:

  • Alex Trebek talks about "Jeopardy!" and his career in this 1999 episode. [OC]
  • Regis Philbin talks about the upcoming "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?" (among other things), and plays a mock game w/both Larry and callers on this 1999 episode. [OC/368.6]
  • Regis Philbin returns to talk about the success of WWtBaM, take questions from callers, and let Larry play the game (using actual questions from the show) in this 2000 episode. [OC/423.5]
  • Pat Sajak guest-hosts this 2000 episode and chats w/guest Vanna White about both her personal and professional life, as well as their career together on WoF. [OC/566.1]
  • Pat Sajak guest-hosts this 2001 episode and chats w/guest Regis Philbin about the success of WWtBaM, as well as the search for a new co-host of his talk show. [OC/592.1]
  • Regis Philbin returns to talk about the decline of WWtBaM and his decision not to do the syndicated version on this 2002 episode. [OC/718.4]
  • Bob Barker talks about his beginnings, the success of TPiR, the lawsuits that followed, and his involvement w/animal rights on this 2002 episode. [OC/775.5]
  • Dick Clark talks about his career and recent battle w/diabetes in this 2004 episode. [OC/912.7]
  • Howie Mandel is the guest (along w/the "DoND" models and some past contestants); he talks about the show and its success in this 2007 episode. [RPT]
  • Betty White talks about her career and upcoming "SNL" gig in this half-hour interview from 2010. [OC]

    THE LATE, LATE SHOW
    Tom Snyder:

  • Bob Barker talks about his early career, the upcoming "TPiR 25th Anniversary Special", and the Dian Parkinson lawsuit in this 15-minute interview from 1996. [OB/D75.6]
    Craig Ferguson:
  • Merv Griffin talks about his career in this 12-minute interview from 2007.
  • Bob Barker talks about his retirement and post-"TPiR" plans in this 15-minute interview from 2007.
  • Drew Carey talks about his upcoming gigs on "TPiR" and "Power of 10" in this 10-minute interview from 2007.
  • Betty White talks about her upcoming "Million Dollar Password" appearance in this 10-minute interview from 2008.
  • Drew Carey talks about "TPiR" in this 10-minute interview from 2008.
  • Howie Mandel does a bit of stand-up in this 10-minute interview from 2009.
  • Betty White talks about her career in this 10-minute interview from 2011.
  • Bob Barker talks about his post-"TPiR" life in this 10-minute interview from 2011.
  • Betty White makes a surprise appearance in this 6-minute clip from 2011.
  • Drew Carey talks about TPiR" in this 10-minute interview from 2011.
  • Betty White talks about "Hot in Cleveland" and her career in this 10-minute interview from 2013.
  • Cedric the Entertainer talks about "The Soul Man" and "WWtBaM" in this 10-minute piece from 2014.
    James Corden:
  • Betty White chats about her career w/James and fellow guest Kyle MacLachlan in this 17-minute piece from 2015.
  • Betty White returns to chat w/James and fellow guest Amar'e Stoudemire in this 9-minute piece from 2016.

    LATE NIGHT
    David Letterman:

  • Merv Griffin discusses his talk show and other projects in this 20-minute interview from 1982.
  • Alex Trebek talks about "J!" and his GS career in this 10-minute interview from 1990.
    Conan O'Brien:
  • Howie Mandel talks about "DoND" in this 12-minute interview from 2006.
  • Howie Mandel talks about the new season of "DoND" and the upcoming syndicated version in this 10-minute interview from 2008.
    Jimmy Fallon:
  • Jeff Probst talks about the upcoming "Survivor: Redemption Island" and makes Jimmy an offer in this 10-minute interview from 2011.
  • Jimmy hosts a mock game of "Silent Library" between 6 audience members in this 10-minute clip from 2011.
  • Betty White talks about "Hot in Cleveland", then Steve Higgins hosts a mock game of "Password" between Betty, Jimmy and 2 audience members in this 15-minute piece from 2011.
  • Jimmy hosts a mock game of "Password" between Kermit the Frog & Martin Short vs. Miss Piggy & Michael Stipe in this 9-minute clip from 2011.
  • Steve Harvey talks about "Family Feud" in this 10-minute interview from 2012.
    Seth Meyers:
  • Seth's parents, brother and sister participate in a game called "How Well Do You Know Your Meyers?" in this 7-minute clip from 2014.
  • Seth's family returns for another round of "How Well Do You Know Your Meyers?" in this 12-minute clip from 2015.
  • Seth's family returns for yet another round of "How Well Do You Know Your Meyers?" in this 10-minute clip from 2016.
  • Craig Ferguson talks about his work on "Celebrity Name Game" and other projects in this 10-minute interview from 2017.

    THE LATE SHOW
    Arsenio Hall:

  • Bob Barker talks about TPiR, "Truth or Consequences", and his love of animals in this 10-minute interview from 1987. [OB/221.5]
    Ross Shafer:
  • Gene Rayburn, Gary Owens, Tom Kennedy, Dennis James, and Jim Lange are the guests in this 15-minute interview from 1988 (EoTVGS co-author Fred Wostbrock also appears!). [OB/257.9]

    THE LATE SHOW
    David Letterman:

  • WWtBaM's first grand prize winner John Carpenter is interviewed (and chats w/Regis Philbin via phone!) in this 8-minute piece from 1999. [396.11]
  • Betty White talks about her GS career (including Dave's 1978 appearance on "Liar's Club") in this 10-minute interview from 2000.
  • "J!" superchamp Ken Jennings has the "Top 10 Ways to Annoy Alex Trebek" in this 5-minute clip from 2004. [955.11]
  • Ken Jennings returns, post-defeat, to talk about his "J!" experience in this 5-minute interview from 2004. [996.9]
  • Bob Barker reads the "Top 10 Things Bob Barker Can Say Now That He's Retired" in this 5-minute piece from 2007.
  • Betty White talks about both her and Dave's career beginnings and grants an audience member's special request in this 10-minute interview from 2011.
    Stephen Colbert:
  • Drew Carey does an opening sketch (w/Stephen as "Yodely Guy"), then chats about "TPiR" and his career in this 13-minute piece from 2016.

    LATER:

  • Monty Hall is the guest on this 1998 episode; he talks w/host Richard Jeni about his game show career, as well as his activities oustside the biz, and some brief clips (including one from the first nighttime ABC LMaD!) are shown. [OC/128.4]
  • Bruce Vilanch is the guest on this 1999 episode; he talks w/host Caroline Rhea (what a coincidence!) about "Hollywood Squares", his upcoming film "Get Bruce!", and more (part of opening missing). [OC/389.6]

    LATER WITH BOB COSTAS:

  • Alex Trebek talks about the success of "Jeopardy!", as well as his beginnings in the GS biz, in this 1989 episode. [OC/531.2]
  • Pat Sajak talks about his work on "WoF", as well as his ill-fated talk show, in this 1991 episode (from LA). [OC/531.3]
  • Chuck Woolery talks about "Love Connection" and his career in this 1991 episode (from LA). [OC/531.4]
  • Pat Sajak guest-hosts on this 1991 episode and is joined by guest Mark Goodson, who talks about his early career and memorable experiences as a GS producer. [OC/531.5]

    LIVE! WITH KELLY & MICHAEL

  • Howie Mandel discusses his career and pulls pranks on Walt Disney World visitors in this 15-minute piece from 2013.
  • Drew Carey talks about "TPiR" in this 8-minute interview from 2014.

    LIVE! WITH REGIS & KATHIE LEE

  • Dick Clark is the guest in this 10-minute interview from 1988 (B&W due to signal loss). [OB/814.6]
  • Pat Sajak and Vanna White talk about "WoF" in this 12-minute interview from 1993.
  • Chuck Barris talks about his new book "The Game Show King" and some hilarious clips are shown in this 15-minute piece from 1993. [OB/609.13]
  • Alex Trebek serves as guest announcer and chats in this 12-minute piece from 1996.
  • Chuck Woolery talks about the return of "The Dating Game" in this 8-minute interview from 1997.
  • Pat Sajak talks about his career beginnings and landing the job on "WoF" in this 10-minute interview from 1999.
  • Pat Sajak talks about WoF's stay in NY (among other things), and Alex Trebek and Vanna White are seen LIVE opening the NY Stock Exchange in this 10-minute interview from 1999. [OB/389.5]
  • Regis takes us behind the scenes at "WWtBaM" in this 5-minute piece from 1999. [OB/397.9]
  • WWtBaM's first grand prize winner, John Carpenter, is interviewed and presented w/his $1M check in this 15-minute piece from 1999. [OB/396.10]
  • British WWtBaM host Chris Tarrant chats w/Regis and guest co-host Joy Philbin in this 8-minute interview from 2000. [OB/448.1]
  • Clips of various WWtBaM-related pieces from late 1999/early 2000 are shown in this (complete) 2000 episode. [OC/467.7]
  • Alex Trebek chats w/Regis and guest co-host Vanessa Williams about "J!" in this 7-minute interview from 2001.

    LIVE! WITH REGIS & KELLY

  • "J!" superchamp Ken Jennings is the guest in this 10-minute interview from 2004. [956.4]
  • Alex Trebek talks about the J! Ultimate Tournament of Champions in this 10-minute interview from 2005.
  • Howie Mandel talks about the upcoming season of "Deal or No Deal" in this 10-minute interview from 2006.
  • Drew Carey talks about his upcoming "Power of 10" and "TPiR" gigs in this 7-minute interview from 2007.
  • Drew Carey returns to talk about "TPiR" in this 10-minute interview from 2008.
  • Howie Mandel talks about the new season of "DoND" and the upcoming syndicated version in this 10-minute interview from 2008.
  • Drew Carey returns again to talk about "TPiR" in this 10-minute interview from 2009.
  • Betty White talks about her role in "The Proposal" and competes against Regis in the "Battle of the TV Titans" in this 10-minute piece from 2009.
  • Betty White talks about her new series "Hot in Cleveland" and upcoming "SNL" hosting gig in this 8-minute interview from 2010.
  • Meredith Vieira talks about the new season of "WWtBaM" in this 6-minute interview from 2010.
  • Alex Trebek talks about the "J!" IBM Challenge in this 7-minute interview from 2011.

    LIVING IT UP! WITH ALI & JACK
    Tom Bergeron talks about his recent Miss America gig, family life, and does a yoga demonstration(!) in this 10-minute interview from 2003 [653.11]

    MARILU
    Marilu's guests on this 1994 episode are Tom Kennedy, Jim Lange, Wink Martindale, Gene Rayburn, Marcia Wallace, and Nipsey Russell; a few clips (some rarities here!) are shown, and Fred Wostbrock appears w/some trivia (Charlie O'Donnell guest-announces!). [OC/477.1]

    MARIE

  • Betty White talks about "Hot in Cleveland" and assists w/animal meditation in this 20-minute clip from the 2012 premiere episode.
  • Florence Henderson and Marie compete in a game of "Name That '70s Show" in this 6-minute clip from 2012.
  • Vanna White talks about her career and personal life in this 19-minute clip from 2013.

    THE MAURY POVICH SHOW:

  • Janice Pennington discusses her TPiR camera accident, the subsequent surgery and pain, and her upcoming talk show "Breaking In" in this 15-minute interview from 1992. [OB/195.4]
  • Dian Parkinson discusses her Playboy pictoral in this 20-minute interview from 1993. [OB/461.8]
  • In this 1996 episode, Maury chats with Peter Tomarken, Gene Rayburn and Brett Somers; lots of clips are shown, and Peter plays a round of "Decades" w/audience members. [OB]
  • In this 1998 episode, Maury's guest is Bob Eubanks, who talks about "The Newlywed Game" and its upcoming 30th Anniversary Special; many hilarious clips are also shown, and Bob is reunited w/some former contestants! [OB]
  • Maury's guests are Bob Eubanks, Tom Kennedy, and Wink Martindale in this 2002 episode; they discuss their GS careers, and lots of clips (including Maury's dad on the original IGaS!) are shown. [OC/746.1]

    THE MEGAN MULLALLY SHOW: Merv Griffin is interviewed in this 17-minute piece from 2006.

    THE MEREDITH VIEIRA SHOW:

  • Steve Harvey talks about his career and family life, then hosts a game of "Big Wig Surprise" w/Meredith, in this 18-minute piece from 2014.
  • Jane Lynch talks about the upcoming season of "Hollywood Game Night" and her career, then competes in a "Popped Quiz" w/Meredith in this 11-minute piece from 2015.

    THE MERV GRIFFIN SHOW
    Allen Ludden and Betty White discuss "Password" and their upcoming live performances, then perform a musical number in this 11-minute piece from 1966.

    MID-MORNING L.A. WITH BOB HILTON
    Ralph Edwards is saluted in this 1978 episode (which includes some rare clips!); guests are Edwards, Bob Barker, Jack Clark, and Tom Kennedy (missing first few minutes). [OC/378.2]

    THE MORNING SHOW WITH MIKE & JULIET

  • Bob Barker talks w/Mike about his book "Priceless Memories" and competes in a mock game of "Hole in One" in this 10-minute clip from 2009.
  • Betty White talks about her career and upcoming role in "The Proposal" in this 10-minute interview from 2009.

    ONE ON ONE WITH JOHN TESH: John chats w/Bob Barker in this 10-minute interview from 1991. [OB/130.12]

    THE OPRAH WINFREY SHOW

  • In this 1996 "Wild World of Game Shows" episode, Oprah's guests are Rod Roddy, Janice Pennington, Peter Marshall, Wink Martindale, and Chuck Barris; some big winners (including Thom McKee!) also appear, audience members play a game of "Supermarket Sweep" w/David Ruprecht at a local market, and lots of clips are shown. [OB/D18.1]
  • Jacquie Amacher's stint as a Barker's Beauty on TPiR (which includes some great behind-the-scenes footage!), courtesy of Oprah, is the focus of this 5-minute piece from 2003. [867.9]
  • In this 2007 episode, Howie Mandel brings DoND to Chicago as Oprah plays the game for an audience member. [OB]

    PRIME TIME GLICK: Jiminy's guest is Regis Philbin (from the set of WWtBam!) in this 2001 episode. [OC/611.9]

    THE QUEEN LATIFAH SHOW

  • Toni Braxton is "The Celebrity Dating Game" bachelorette, choosing from one of 3 possible dates in this 12-minute piece from 2014.
  • John Davidson hosts a game of "Queen's $10K Pyramid" between Queen and fellow guest Kristen Bell in this 5-minute piece from 2014.
  • Queen and Chandra Wilson play "Beat the Doc" to win prizes for audience members in this 6-minute piece from 2015.

    THE RACHAEL RAY SHOW

  • Jeff Probst talks about the upcoming season of "Survivor" and tries his luck at an unusual trivia game in this 15-minute clip from 2007.
  • Drew Carey talks about the upcoming season of "TPiR" and plays a game of "Stump the Rach" in this 15-minute interview from 2007.
  • Vanna White talks about "WoF" and family life in this 15-minute interview from 2008.
  • Sherri Shepherd is interviewed and hosts "The Not-So-Newlywed Game" in this 25-minute clip from 2012.
  • Wayne Brady is interviewed, then hosts a game of "What Side are You On?" and gets Rachael to play one of LMaD's games in this 20-minute clip from 2012.

    THE REAL

  • A series fan tests her knowledge of the show by playing "Down To the Wire" in this 5-minute clip from 2015.
  • Audience members play "You Bet Your Host" to try and predict whether or not the hosts gave correct responses to trivia questions in this 6-minute piece from 2015.
  • Audience members play "Swapping Spree" w/used apparel in this 5-minute clip from 2015.
  • Friends test their knowledge of one another by playing "Who Knows You Best?" in this 6-minute clip from 2015.
  • Audience members attempt to unscramble the correct PIN for all the money in "The Real ATM" in this 6-minute clip from 2015.
  • Audience members test their knowledge of female singers by playing "Drop the Mic" in this 6-minute clip from 2016.
  • Audience members play another round of "You Bet Your Host" in this 5-minute clip from 2016.
  • Audience members play a 90s-themed game of "Drop the Mic" in this 5-minute clip from 2016.
  • Audience members test their knowledge of genuine fashion items vs. knockoffs by playing "Fake It or Take It" in this 7-minute clip from 2016.
  • A series fan tests her knowledge of the show by playing "Down To the Wire" in this 5-minute clip from 2016.
  • An audience member plays the DoND-esque "Hostess With the Mostest" in this 5-minute clip from 2016.
  • Audience members compete to win designer shoes playing "Heel of Fortune" in this 5-minute clip from 2016.
  • Series fans test their knowledge of the show by playing "That's What She Said" in this 6-minute clip from 2016.
  • Audience members play "Ante Up" by predicting the hosts' ability to answer numerical pop culture questions in this 5-minute clip from 2016.
  • Another round of "Fake It or Take It" is played in this 7-minute clip from 2016.
  • Guests Damon Wayans and Clayne Crawford try to win prizes for audience members by playing "Lethally Legit!?!" in this 6-minute clip from 2016.
  • Guest Araksya Karapetyan tries to win money for charity by playing "The Real Claw" in this 9-minute clip from 2016.
  • The hosts play a game of "Shoutrageous!" in this 9-minute clip from 2016.
  • Guests Yara Shahidi and Marcus Scribner team up w/Adrienne and Tamera for a game of "The Real Squared" in this 4-minute clip from 2016.
  • Another series fan tests her knowledge of the show by playing "Down To the Wire" in this 5-minute clip from 2016.
  • Audience members try to determine the hosts' hidden talents by playing "She's Skillin' It!" in this 6-minute clip from 2016.
  • The hosts play another game of "Shoutrageous!" in this 6-minute clip from 2016.
  • Guest Gene Simmons joins the hosts for a game of "Kiss Shoutrageous!" in this 5-minute clip from 2016.
  • Audience members play another round of "Ante Up" in this 6-minute clip from 2017.
  • An audience member plays another round of "Hostess With the Mostest" in this 7-minute clip from 2017.
  • The hosts play another game of "Shoutrageous!" in this 5-minute clip from 2017.
  • Audience members team up w/Adrienne and Loni for another round of "The Real Squared" in this 3-minute clip from 2017.
  • Guest Chris Sullivan joins the hosts for a game of "Shoutrageous!"in this 5-minute clip from 2017.
  • The hosts play another game of "The Real Squared" in this 4-minute clip from 2017.
  • Another round of "Fake It or Take It" is played in this 8-minute clip from 2017.
  • Audience members get messy playing "Fat Tuesday Fat Payout" in this 5-minute clip from 2017.
  • Guest Melissa Peterman joins the hosts for a game of "Shoutrageous!" in this 6-minute clip from 2017.
  • An audience member plays "Catch Your Coin" in this 5-minute clip from 2017.
  • Adrienne competes against Jennifer Lopez in "Who Knows You Better?" to see who knows more about J-Lo in this 5-minute clip from 2017.
  • Audience members play the St. Patrick's Day-themed "Luck Be a Lady" in this 5-minute clip from 2017.
  • Audience members play another round of "Ante Up" in this 4-minute clip from 2017.
  • Audience members team up w/the hosts for a game of "Money Hungry Humans" in this 4-minute clip from 2017.
  • An audience member tries to win designer shoes and money by playing "Dimestore to Deluxe" in this 5-minute clip from 2017.
  • Two teams of audience members compete to win cash by playing "Spring Chickens" in this 4-minute clip from 2017.
  • Audience members try to predict how the hosts' spouses will answer questions by playing "You Bet Your Husband" in this 6-minute clip from 2017.

    ROCK CENTER WITH BRIAN WILLIAMS: Betty White is interviewed in this 8-minute clip from 2011.

    THE ROSIE O'DONNELL SHOW:

  • Bob Barker talks about TPiR's upcoming 5000th episode, shows some clips, and gives Rosie a chance to play the "Clock Game" and win prizes for an audience member in this half-hour clip from 1998. [188.1]
  • Bob Barker returns to talk about his "Spay and Neuter Awareness" campaign and give Rosie another chance to play the "Clock Game", as well as "Hole in One...or Two" to win prizes for audience members, plus his 75th birthday is celebrated in this half-hour clip from 1998. [289.8]
  • Bob Barker talks about some funny TPiR moments and gives Rosie a chance to play the "Bonus Game" to win prizes for an audience member in this 10-minute piece from 1999. [336.12]
  • "WWtBaM" $125K winner Jason Block does the opening announcements and chats w/Rosie about his appearances on WWtBaM and other game shows in this 10-minute clip from 1999. [422.5]
  • Rosie chats w/WWtBaM losers Robby Roseman and Brian Fodera and gives them the opportunity to play "Who Wants to Win a Second Chance?" for a new car in this 15-minute clip from 2000. [431.1]
  • Jason Block returns to host "Who's More Addicted to Millionaire?", in which Rosie and fellow fan Diane DeNoble compete to answer questions about the show, in this 8-minute clip from 2000. [444.6]
  • Regis Philbin chats w/Rosie about the upcoming Celebrity WWtBaM (a brief clip of Rosie in the hot seat is shown!), the show's success, and the search for a new talk show co-host, in this 10-minute interview from 2000. [449.10]
  • In this complete 5th season premiere from 2000, Rosie chats w/"Survivor" castaways Gretchen Cordy, Susan Hawk, Gervase Peterson, Colleen Haskell, Rudy Boesch and Richard Hatch, and gives everyone a chance to play "The Hatch Rematch" against Richard (which seems rigged!) for a great prize. [OC]
  • In this complete 2001 episode, Rosie chats w/"Survivor: The Australian Outback" castaways Colby Donaldson, Tina Wesson, Elisabeth Filarski, Keith Famie, Maralyn "Mad Dog" Hershey, Mitchell Olson and Amber Brkich, and gives them a chance to play "Survivor Showdown" against 7 castaways from the original series! [OC/578.8]
  • Anne Robinson talks about the success of TWL and gives Rosie the chance to play a mock version in this 15-minute piece from 2001. [OB/586.9]
  • Rosie chats w/Bob Barker about the success of TPiR and the upcoming Daytime Emmys, and plays the "Grocery Game" w/an audience member in this 10-minute piece from 2001. [OB/586.11]
  • Jason Block does the opening announcements and chats w/Rosie about his current appearances on "J!", then Regis Philbin is interviewed in this 20-minute piece from 2001. [OB/610.1]
  • Rosie chats w/Bob Barker about TPiR and the upcoming primetime specials in this 8-minute interview from 2002. [OB/702.7]

    SALLY JESSE RAPHAEL
    Bob Barker's 40th anniversary in broadcasting is celebrated w/rare clips, plus appearances by Ralph Edwards (via satellite), Dian Parkinson and Chuck Norris in this 25-minute piece from 1988.

    THE SHARON OSBOURNE SHOW
    Frank Nicotero chats w/Sharon and guest co-host Hilarie Burton about his personal life and work on "Street Smarts", and hosts a mock game of the latter w/Hilarie and an audience member in this 15-minute piece from 2004. [912.10]

    THE STEVE HARVEY SHOW

  • Steve hosts a game of "Tramily Feud" between the Chrisleys and the Whitleys in this 8-minute clip from 2014.
  • Steve hosts "The Anniversary Game" in this 13-minute piece from 2015.
  • Steve shows a "FF" behind-the-scenes video, then gives a pair of audience members the chance to play Fast Money for $10,000 in this 13-minute piece from 2015.
  • Louie Anderson talks about his time on "FF", as well as his current projects, in this 15-minute interview from 2017.

    THE TALK

  • Guy Fieri talks about "Minute to Win It" and presides over a mock game between the hosts in this 13-minute piece from 2011.
  • Julie and Holly go behind-the-scenes during their appearance on "TPiR", then Drew Carey drops by to chat about the show and his upcoming "Improv-a-Ganza", and hosts a game of "Secret X" for an audience member in this 15-minute piece from 2011.
  • Alex Trebek talks about "J!" and receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award in this 10-minute interview from 2011.
  • Wayne Brady talks about "LMaD" and family life in this 12-minute interview from 2012.
  • Betty White talks about "Hot in Cleveland" and her upcoming rap video(!) in this 11-minute interview from 2012.
  • Drew Carey plugs TPiR's upcoming Celebrity Week and hosts a mock game of "Eazy az 1-2-3" w/an audience member in this 5-minute piece from 2013.
  • Betty White talks about her 75th anniversary in showbiz, as well as her work on "The Golden Girls", in this 11-minute interview from 2014.
  • Wayne Brady talks about the upcoming Grammy-themed episode of "LMaD" in this 12-minute interview from 2015.

    TIME OUT (local Philadelphia show)-Bill Boggs:
    Dick Clark discusses his career, answers questions from the audience, and chats w/fellow guests The Platters in this 25-minute piece from 1987. [OC/814.5]

    THE TODAY SHOW:

  • Bob Barker chats w/Al Roker and hosts a mock version of "TPiR" in this 15-minute piece from 2002. [OB/615.6]
  • Monty Hall chats w/Al and hosts a mock version of "LMaD" in this 15-minute piece from 2002. [OB/708.14]
  • Bob Eubanks chats w/Al and hosts a mock version of "The Newlywed Game" in this 15-minute piece from 2002. [OB/702.8]
  • Tom Kennedy chats w/Al and hosts a mock game of "Name That Tune" between the cast in this 15-minute piece from 2002. [OC/702.9]
  • Wink Martindale chats w/Al and hosts a (poorly planned) mock game of "Tic Tac Dough" in this 15-minute piece from 2002. [OC/702.10]
  • Holly Hallstrom chats w/Ann Curry about her lawsuit victory in this 5-minute interview from 2005.
  • Howie Mandel talks about the new season of "DoND" and the upcoming syndicated version in this 5-minute interview from 2008. [OB]
  • Bob Barker talks w/Meredith Vieira about his book "Priceless Memories" and hosts a mock game of "It's In the Bag" in this 10-minute piece from 2009.
  • Betty White talks about working at a zoo and her new book "Betty & Friends: My Life at the Zoo" in this 5-minute interview from 2011.

    THE TONIGHT SHOW
    Johnny Carson:

  • Guest host Joey Bishop gives audience member and future "Starcade" host Mark Richards (then using his real name of Dick Liberatore) the chance to announce his prize, and then to fulfill a lifelong dream, in this 3-minute clip from 1973.
  • Carol Wayne talks about her work on "Celebrity Sweepstakes" in this 5-minute interview from 1974 (B&W).
  • Gil Fates discusses his new "WML?" book and shares his memories about the show in this 11-minute interview from 1978.
  • Alex Trebek hosts "Super Quiz", in which a team of three HS students compete against Johnny, Ed and Tommy, in this 8-minute piece from 1989.
    Jay Leno:
  • Merv Griffin talks about his Beverly Hills hotel (and banters w/fellow guest William Shatner!) in this 10-minute interview from 1994.
  • Anne Robinson chats w/Jay about the upcoming debut of "The Weakest Link", as well as the success of the UK version, in this 10-minute interview from 2001. [566.9]
  • Wink Martindale tries to show off his "singing dogs" (but they just clam up!) in this 5-minute piece from 2001. [610.13]
  • Jay chats w/"Survivor All-Stars" winner Amber Brkich and fellow finalist/fiance "Boston" Rob Mariano in this 5-minute interview from 2004. [920.15]
  • "J!" superchamp Ken Jennings talks about the experience and his life in this 10-minute interview from 2004. [955.13]
  • William Shatner talks about his career and is surprised by a clip of his "$20K Pyramid" chair-tossing incident in this 15-minute interview from 2008.
  • Betty White talks about her career in this 10-minute interview from 2010.
  • Betty White returns to talk about her upcoming "You Again" role in this 10-minute interview from 2010.
  • Betty White talks about her work on "Hot in Cleveland" and recent birthday in this 10-minute interview from 2011.
    Conan O'Brien:
  • Andy Richter takes a "Celeb J!" contestant exam in this 7-minute piece from 2009.
    Jimmy Fallon:
  • Betty White talks about the upcoming season of "Hot in Cleveland" in this 8-minute interview from 2014.
  • Steve Harvey hosts a game of "Tonight Show Family Feud" between Jimmy, Steve, guest Jason Segel and three members of The Roots in this 12-minute piece from 2014.
  • Steve hosts a game of "Password" between Ellen DeGeneres & Jimmy vs. Reese Witherspoon & Steve Carell in this 7-minute piece from 2015.
  • Steve Harvey hosts a game of "Tonight Show Family Feud" between Jimmy, Steve, guest Alison Brie and three members of The Roots in this 8-minute piece from 2015.
  • Steve hosts a game of "Password" between Taraji P. Henson, Jimmy and two members of The Roots in this 8-minute piece from 2016.
  • Jimmy, along w/guests Martin Short and Steve Martin, play a game of "True Confessions" in this 8-minute piece from 2016.
  • Jimmy hosts a game of "Jinx Challenge" between Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban in this 5-minute piece from 2016.
  • Steve Harvey hosts a game of "Tonight Show Family Feud" between Jimmy, guests Annette Bening and Greta Gerwig, and three members of The Roots in this 12-minute piece from 2016.
  • Steve hosts a game of "Tonight Show Pyramid" between Questlove & Jimmy Fallon vs. Michael Strahan and Bryce Dallas Howard in this 7-minute piece from 2017.
  • Jimmy hosts a game of "Password" between Aaron Paul & Gucci Mane vs. Karen Russell & 2 Chainz in this 10-minute piece from 2017.
  • Steve hosts a game of "Phone Booth" between Jimmy and guest Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson in this 9-minute piece from 2017.

    20/20

  • John Stossel goes behind the scenes of "WoF" in this 12-minute piece from 1985.
  • Veteran GS contestants Doak Fairey, Phyllis Harris, Leszek Pawlowicz, and Dan Avila are profiled (along with "Professor" Steve Beverly) in this 10-minute piece from 2001. [551.9]

    THE TYRA BANKS SHOW
    Tyra offers some "All Access" footage from her TPiR Barker's Beauty cameo in this 10-minute clip from 2006.

    VICKI!:

  • In this 1993 episode, Vicki's guests are Carol Merril, Susan Stafford, Summer Bartholomew, Holly Hallstrom, Dian Parkinson, and Kathleen Bradley; Monty Hall also makes a surprise appearance and hosts a game of LMaD with audience members. [OC/130.1]
  • In this 1993 episode, Vicki's guests are Jim Lange, Marcia Wallace, Gary Owens, Jaye P. Morgan, Tom Kennedy, and Monty Hall; lots of clips are shown, and a mock game of "Queen For a Day" is played. [OB/257.10]
  • In this 1994 episode, Vicki's guests are Bob Barker and Holly Hallstrom, plus Barker's Beauty hopefuls Michelle Hunter, Tandra Cromer, Melissa Cortez, and Lisa Lopez; includes some great clips and reminiscences by Bob and Holly, and audience members come up onstage to play a mock game of TPiR. [OC/195.5]
  • In this 1994 episode, Vicki's guests are Peter Marshall, Gene Rayburn, Tom Kennedy, Bob Eubanks, Betty White, and Dian Parkinson; lots of clips of Vicki's numerous GS appearances are also shown. [OC]

    THE VIEW:

  • Tom Bergeron talks about "Hollywood Squares" in this 10-minute interview from 2000. [431.8]
  • Alex Trebek talks about "J!" and his new clean-shaven look in this 8-minute interview from 2001.
  • Co-host Meredith Vieira announces being named host of the upcoming syndie "WWtBaM" in this 10-minute piece from 2002.
  • Tom Bergeron returns to talk about about his family and the April Fool's Day episode of "H2" in this 10-minute interview from 2003. [818.4]
  • Tom Bergeron returns again to talk about his upcoming Miss America gig and pay tribute to John Ritter in this 5-minute interview from 2003 (w/*Kennedy* as a guest co-host!). [853.9]
  • Tom Bergeron returns once again to talk about family life and current issues in this 5-minute interview from 2004. [871.6]
  • Holly Hallstrom talks about her lawsuit victory in this 5-minute interview from 2005.
  • Marc Summers talks about the country's best hot dogs in this 5-minute piece from 2009.
  • Jeff Foxworthy discusses the upcoming return of "Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?" in this 7-minute interview from 2015.

    THE WAYNE BRADY SHOW:

  • Alex Trebek talks about "J!" and fields questions from both Wayne and an audience member in this 10-minute interview from 2003. [831.9]
  • Donny Osmond talks about his recent neck injury, getting a Walk of Fame star, and shows some upcoming "Pyramid" clips in this 10-minute interview from 2003. [853.7]
  • Vanna White talks about Halloween w/her kids and tests her new "stain-proof" sweats in this 10-minute interview from 2003. [867.4]
  • Bob Barker talks about TPiR and plays "Clock Game" to win prizes for the audience in this 15-minute piece from 2003 (missing first 30 secs. or so). [867.12, 920.14]
  • Betty White talks about her TV career in this 10-minute interview from 2003. [910.10]
  • This 5-minute "Celebrity Win Wayne" piece from 2004 sees Wayne visit the set of "TPiR", learn how to model the prizes and even get called to "come on down"! [920.12]

    THE WENDY WILLIAMS SHOW:

  • Wayne Brady and Jonathan Mangum talk about "LMaD" and stage a mock game for audience members in this 15-minute piece from 2011.
  • Wayne Brady discusses his work in "Kinky Boots" and family life in this 10-minute piece from 2016.

    THE WIL SHRINER SHOW
    Dick Clark talks about "American Bandstand" and his career in this 15-minute interview from 1988 (B&W due to signal loss). [OB/814.8]

    YOUR WORLD WITH NEIL CAVUTO
    Bob Barker talks about his recent donation to help wounded veterans, his TV career, and the David Letterman controversy in this 10-minute interview from 2009.

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