Q-Z & # SHOWS


QUICK AS A FLASH (Bill Cullen)
--1954 - (BW) unsold NBC pilot with Boris Karloff and Wendy Barry. Neat show (SM)


QUICK ON THE DRAW (Paul Winchell)
--1952 - (BW) Merle vs Warren


RED ALERT LOTTERY
--2000 - hour-long British lottery/game-show with music stars Lulu, Geri Haliwell and Will Smith (OB)


REEL TO REEL (Peter Marshall)
--fall, 1998 - Estelle Harris, James Avery (credits cut) (OB)


REMEMBER THIS? (Al Roker)
--1996 - MSNBC news game show (OB)


REMOTE CONTROL (Ken Ober)
--1987 - "lost 1975 ep." (RPT)
--1987 - Bob Eubanks guests (credits cut) (OB)
--1988 - Tribute to Susan Olsen (OB)
--1988 - Brady Bunch reunion (no credits) (OB)
--1988 - celebrity show with LL Cool J, Julie Brown, Weird Al Yankovich (missing opening)(OB)


RHYME & REASON (Bob Eubanks)
--1975 - (pilot) Nipsey Russell, Lee Meriwether, Richard Dawson, Jaye P Morgan, Jack Cassidy, Adrienne Barbeau (SM)


RICH LIST (Eamonn Holmes)
--Nov 1, 2006 - (DVD) first and only aired episode (OC)


RIDDLERS (David Letterman)
--Nov 4, 1977 - pilot from "GSN's Turkeys" (GSN)


ROCK N ROLL JEOPARDY (Jeff Probst)
--late 1998 - Damon, Kim, Woody (GSN)
--late 1998 - James, Jennifer, Jay (GSN)
--Jan 9, 1999 - Jason, Julie, Greg (OB)
--Jan 9, 1999 - Staci, JP, Carmella (OB)
--fall, 1999 - (second season) Chris, Amanda, Michael (GSN)
--fall, 1999 - Chris, Nicole, Jeff (GSN)
--fall, 1999 - Greg, Susan, Bobby. Spelling error costs Bobby the game (GSN)
--fall, 1999 - Gary, Vanessa, Jeff (GSN)
--fall, 2000 - (third season) Craig, Michele, Kris (GSN)
--fall, 2000 - Candace, Buzz, Margie (GSN)
--fall, 2000 - Mike, Michele, Fred. Fred wins $16,000 (GSN)
--fall, 2001 - (fourth season) (GSN)
--fall, 2001 - David, Stacey, Mike. David wins with $700 (GSN)
--fall, 2001 - Vince, Julie, Glen (GSN)
--fall, 2001 - "Survivor" reunion with Colby, Elisabeth and Jeff (GSN)
--fall, 2001 - contestants: Aseba, Beth, Beezbo (GSN)
--fall, 2001 - '80s edition; Jeff, Cynthia, Brian (GSN)
--fall, 2001 - '90s edition (GSN)


RODEO DRIVE (Louise DuArt)
--1989 - premiere episide (RPT)


RUCKUS (Amazing Jonathon)
--Sept 1991 - (GSN)
--Sept 1991 - (GSN)


RUN FOR THE MONEY (Bill Rafferty)
--1987 - unsold pilot. Not a bad game (SM)


RUSSIAN ROULETTE (Mark Wahlberg)
--June 3, 2002 - (premiere) Gus wins $13,600 (GSN)
--June 4, 2002 - $3950 win (GSN)
--June 19, 2002 - Jason wins $12,500 (GSN)
--July 12, 2002 - $100,000 win (GSN)
--Aug 5, 2002 - Todd's $100,000 win (GSN)
--Oct 14, 2002 - first ep. from second season marathon; $11,900 win (GSN)


SALE OF THE CENTURY
Jim Perry/NBC:

--Jan 3, 1983 - (premiere) Lynn, Joel, Janice (OB)
--Nov 9, 1983 - (DVD) Tournament of Champions semi-final; Frank, Michael, Helen (OC)
--Apr 1984 - Nanci, Bob, Dawn. Exciting game; jackpot climbs to $100,000 (OC)
--1984 - Evon, Joe, Laura Chambers (OC)
--1985 - John Goss's $156,000 win (couple of rough spots in video) (USA)
--1985 - Pat, Lisa, Tim. Tim wins $166,000 (audio slightly muffled) (USA)
--1987 - Dave, Lisa, Jeff. Dollar bill contest; winner's board (jumpy video) (USA)
--Mar 30, 1987 - Brenda, Dave, Pamela (OC)
--June 9, 1987 - Joanne, Ric, Linda. Linda wins $140,000 (OC)
--June 12, 1987 - Bob, Kathy, John (OC)
--June 15, 1987 - Greg, Sheena, John (OC)
--1988 - Sarah, Brian, Veronica. "True Romance week" (USA)
--Mar 22, 1989 - Kurt, Cher, Darrell. Darrell wins for the final time (OB)
--Mar 23, 1989 - John, Gina, Ted. $16,000 Instant Cash win (OC)
--Mar 24, 1989 - (last episode) (OB)
Syndicated:
--Jan 1985 - (first syndie ep.) Jack, Audra, Buck (USA)
--1985 - Jean, Bill, Marianne. Marianne finishes with $100 even (USA)
--1985 - (last shopping show) Bill, Lauren, Brad (USA)
Glen Rich:
--1995 - hour-long 15th anniversary of Australian version(OB)
Tempation: New Sale of the Century
--May 2005 - premiere; Phil vs Edwina vs Ian (OB)


SAY THE WORD
--199x - British; contestants play a series of word games, lowest score eliminated (OC)


SAY WHEN (Art James)
--1960 - (BW) pilot episode, which seems to be all that exists (SM)


SAYS WHO (Geoff Edwards)
--May 23, 1971 - unsold pilot with Betsy Palmer, Anne Meara, Bill Cullen, Peter Lawford (GSN)


SCRABBLE (Chuck Woolery)
--Mar 8, 1984 - (pilot) Laura Chambers is a contestant (SM)
--July 2, 1984 - (premiere) (OB)
--July 4, 1984 - third ep; starts at Scrabble Sprint (OC)
--1985 - Damita Jo vs Mitchell; spelling format (USA)
--May 31, 1985 - John vs Karen in Scrabble sprint; spelling format (no credits)(OB)
--June 4, 1985 - John vs India at sprint; spelling format (no credits)(OB)
--June 5, 1985 - John wins $20,000 (OB)
--1985 - Mary vs Pat in Scrabble sprint (USA)
--1985 - Tournament of Champions ep. with $49,500 win (USA)
--Nov 1986 - Audrey vs Mike (OC)
--Mar 30, 1987 - Cindy vs Phil (OC)
--June 9, 1987 - Tanya vs Mark. Includes a "Classic Concentration" promo (OC)
--June 12, 1987 - Dorothy vs Tony (OC)
--June 15, 1987 - Patty vs Harvey. Harvey wins $6000 bonus jackpot (OC)
--Sept 1987 - Game show hosts week (so-so video) (USA)
--1987 - Game show hosts - Peter Tomarken, John Davidson (fair video) (OB)
--1990 - Shauna vs Basel (no credits, VCR counter) (OC)
--1990 - LV vs Rich (VCR counter) (OC)
--Mar 19, 1990 - (Mon. ep. of final week) Mary vs Zak. Lots of "stoppers" hit (OB)
--Mar 20, 1990 - (Tues ep. of final week) Janet vs Terry (OB)
--Mar 21, 1990 - Tricia vs Tom. Chuck gives away a word. $5000 bonus win (OB)
--Mar 22, 1990 - Tricia vs Joe (OB)
--Mar 23, 1990 - (last ep. of first run) (OB)
--Jan 18, 1993 - (first ep. of second run) (OB)
--June 10, 1993 - (last ep.) no mention is made (OB)


SECOND CHANCE (Jim Peck)
--Nov 9, 1976 - (pilot) early version of Press Your Luck (SM)


SECOND GUESS (Andrew O'Connor)
--199x - British Q&A game (slight audio hiss) (OC)


SECOND GUESSERS (Jack Carter)
--Dec 29, 1969 - awful Bob Stewart pilot. Brenda Vacarro and Jack Clark also appear (GSN)


SENSE OR NONSENSE (Paul Winchell)
--195x - (BW) pilot; word game with Stubby Kaye and Richard Long appearing (SM)


SET FOR LIFE (Jimmy Kimmell)
--July 20, 2007 - (DVD) awful attempt at another big-money giveaway (OB)
--July 27, 2007 - (DVD) 2nd ep (OB)
--Aug 3, 2007 - (DVD) 3rd ep (OB)


SEVEN KEYS (Jack Narz)
--196? -- (BW) local show before national run (jumpy video)
--Sept 1960 - (BW) contestant tries for his third key (SM)
--July 12, 1962 - (BW) network version (SM/OC)


SEX WARS (JD Roth, Jennifer Cole)
--Nov 15, 2000 - soap stars (OB)
--Jan 5, 2001 - men win 310-0 (OB)


SHENANIGANS (Stubby Kaye)
--1965 - (BW) kid's game resembling "Video Village" (OC)


SHOP TIL YOU DROP (JD Roberto)
--Nov 2004 - Carla & Kirtin win (PAX)
--Nov 2004 - Shawn & Dustin win (PAX)


SHOOT FOR THE STARS / SHOOT THE WORKS (Geoff Edwards)
--1976 - (pilot) Anne Meara, Rick Hurst (SM)
--1976 - (pilot no. 2) Anita Gillette, Bill Cullen (GSN)
--April 26, 1977 - Vicki Lawrence, Tony Randall. $3500 jackpot win (missing last segment) (OC)


SHOW ME THE MONEY (William Shatner)
--Nov 14, 2006 - (DVD) 90-minute premiere (OB)
--Nov 22, 2006 - (DVD) second episode (OB)
--Nov 29, 2006 - (DVD) third episode (OB)


SHOWOFFS (Bobby Van)
--Nov 28, 1975 - Dr Joyce Brothers, Dick Gautier, Karen Morrow, Mike Farrell (SM)


SIMON SAYS (Bob Barker)
--1971 - hour-long pilot with predictions and questions from a big talking computer (SM)


SIMPY IRRESISTABLE (Paul Holmes)
--1995 - British dating/relationship show (slight audio hiss) (OB)


SINGING BEE (Joey Fatone)
--July 17, 2007 - (DVD) 2nd ep; $50,000 win (OB)
--July 24, 2007 - (DVD) 3rd ep; $10,000 win (OB)
--July 31, 2007 - (DVD) (OB)
--Aug 7, 2007 - (DVD) $5000 win (OB)
--Aug 21, 2007 - (DVD) $10,000 win (OB)
--Oct 2, 2007 - (DVD) 2nd-season premiere (OB)


SMART ALECKS (Allen Ludden)
--1977 - pilot with David Letterman, Pat Carroll, Don Merideth. Funny (SM)


SPELLROUND
--1957 - (BW) Nashville spelling game (first 15 min onlly) (SM)


SPLIT DECISION (Jim McKrell)
--1985 - card game pilot for NBC with big prizes (glitchy video throughout) (SM)


SPLIT PERSONALITY (Tom Poston)
--1959 - (BW) (pilot) neat game, some cool NBC promos (SM)


SPLIT SECOND
Tom Kennedy:

--1972 - (BW) Michael, Bruce, Susan. Michael wins car (some OC)
--spring 1975 - Marvin, Shari, Valliant (opening missing) (SM)
--June 27, 1975 - (last ABC episode) (SM)
Monty Hall:
--1986 - David, Loren, Patricia. Patricia wins a car on her first day (FAM)
--1987 - Lisa, Marty, Elisabeth (FAM)
--1987 - Diane, Robert, Shelley. Car win (FAM)
--1987 - Brian, Barbara, Melissa (FAM)
--1987 - Rebecca, Nick, Elizabeth. Three of four car rule (ending just fades out) (OB)
--1987 - Gaye, Glenn, Norine. Gaye wins 4th game (FAM)
--1987 - Gaye, David, Lucille. Gaye tries for her 5th win (FAM)
Robb Weller:
--1990 - pilot for revival (SM)


SPLIT SECOND (Angus McAnally)
--1999 - British game from Challenge TV - different than our version. Has elements of "Pass the Buck". Cool promo for "CrossWits" included (OC)


STARFACE (Danny Bonaduce)
--Aug 1, 2006 - premiere; Karyn, Ward, Jenn (GSN)


STAR PLAY (Tom Kennedy)
--1988 - (DVD) pitch film/run through of pantomime game; Vicki Lawrence, Charlie Callas, Richard Simmons & Teresa Ganzel appear


STOP THE MUSIC (Bert Parks)
--1954 - (BW) (pilot) Jaye P. Morgan appears (SM)


STORYBOOK SQUARES (Peter Marshall)
--196? - only existing ep.of Saturday morning series; Wally Cox, Stu Gilliam, Soupy Sales, Carolyn Jones, Arte Johnson, Abby Dalton (SM)


STRAIGHT TO THE HEART (Michael Burger)
--1989 - '80s dating show; waitresses vs lawyers (OC)


STREET SMARTS (Frank Nicotero)
--Nov 8, 2000 - Oliver vs Calvi (sat. wild feed)
--Jan 25, 2001 - (show 1094, taped Dec 15, 2000) Raquel vs Jon (sat. wild feed)
--May 18, 2004 - Erin Murphy and Kasey Rogers of "Bewitched" play in a celebrity game (OB)
--May 25, 2005 - Brandon vs Teresa for $100,000 (OC)


STRIKE IT LUCKY (Michael Bangmore)
--198x - British show with a heartbreaking bonus round loss (OC)


STRIKE IT RICH
Warren Hull:

--195? - (BW) origian version: diff. game than '86 version (SM)
Joe Garagiola:
--Sept 15, 1986 - Al & Fran vs Ginny & Louis (OB)
--Sept 17, 1986 - Andy & Denise vs Mariat & Steve (OC)
--1986 - Tim & Marian vs Megan & Bob (OB)
--1987 - Paul & Linda vs Carol & Don. Includes ticket plug (OC)
--1987 - Paul & Linda vs Linda & Rod. Stage manager appears. $5000 bonus win (OC)


STRIP POKER (Graham Elwood)
--Aug 16, 2000 - Segi & Eli vs Rachel & Kathy; women win (USA)
--Aug 17, 2000 - Mike & Peter vs Tam & Amy; women win (USA)
--Aug 19, 2000 - Pete & Gary vs Mia & Misty; men win (USA)


STUDIO 7
--Sept 2, 2004 - hour-long finale with the $777,000 win (OB)


STUMP THE STARS (Pat Harrington Jr)
--Nov 26, 1962 - (BW) cast of "The Dick Van Dyke Show" plays (OC)


STUMPERS (Allen Ludden)
--Oct 4, 1976 - (first ep.) Robert Reed, Dick Gautier (SM)
--Dec 31, 1976 - (last ep.) Bill Bixby, Anita Gillette (SM)


SUPER PASSWORD (Bert Convy)
--Sept 24, 1984 - (first ep.) Gloria Loring, Pat Sajak (rough video) (OB)
--Sept 25, 1984 - second ep. - Bert and Pat briefly change places (GSN)
--Sept 26, 1984 - third ep. (GSN)
--Oct 22, 1984 - Bill Cullen, Marcia Wallace. $30,000 win (GSN)
--Oct 26, 1984 - Bill and Marcia wrap up their week (GSN)
--Nov 26, 1984 - Mary Cadorette, Orson Bean. Home Viewer winner announced (GSN)
--May 31, 1985 - Mary Cadorette, Dick Gautier (no closing credits) (OB)
--June 4, 1985 - Betty White, Vicki Lawrence; funny playing (missing last segment) (OB)
--July 31, 1985 - Constance McCashin and Nathan Cook (GSN)
--Aug 1, 1985 - Constance and Nathan; features a controversial $20,000 win (GSN)
--Nov 22, 1985 - Pat Sajak, Nipsey Russell (GSN)
--Aug 22, 1986 - Lindsay Bloom, Jamie Farr. Lady contestant fails to give a clue four times. Funny (OB)
--Dec 31, 1986 - New Year's Eve ep with Eileen Graff, Christopher Hewitt (GSN)
--Mar 30, 1987 - Catherine Hicks, Jamie Farr (OC)
--June 9, 1987 - Lauri Hendler, Christopher Hewitt. $15,000 win(OC)
--June 12, 1987 - Edie McClurg, James Hampton (OC)
--June 15, 1987 - another ep. with same celebs. as above (OC)
--Sept 21, 1987 - Vanessa Williams, Stephen Furst (GSN)
--Mar 24, 1989 - (last ep.) Betty White, Christopher Hewitt (OB)


SUPER PAY CARDS (Art James)
--1981 - Martin vs Jeannette (OB)
--1981 - Darnely vs Fran (OB)
--1981 - David vs Eli; $5000 win (poor video) (OB)
--1981 - Mark vs Anne Marie (OB)


SUPERMARKET SWEEP
Tino Monte:

--1995 - Mary and Shirley win $5000 (GTV)
--199x - Louann is first one to buzz in (OB)
David Ruprect:
--Nov 21, 1997 - US version (OB)


SWEEPSTAKES GAME
--July 13, 1976 - British version of "Celebrity Sweepstakes" (SM)


TAKE A GOOD LOOK (Ernie Kovaks)
--196x - (BW) celebrities: Hans Conried, Caesar Romero, Edie Adams (somewhat grainy video) (OC)


TAKE A LETTER
--199x - British word game; Katherine, John, Judy (OC)


TAKE MY WORD FOR IT (Jim Lange)
--1982 - June Lockhard, Gordon Jump, Roxie Roker, Richard Kline (OB)


TALKABOUT (Wayne Cox)
--Sept 1989 - "preview" with Geoff Edwards, Mark Summers (OB)
--fall, 1989 - Stripes & Barb vs Guy & Michele (OC)
--fall, 1989 - Stripes & Barb vs Dee Dee & Gary. Dee Dee gets all 10 words and clear the board (OB)
--fall 1989 - Devan & John vs Kathy & Elaine (OB)
--fall 1989 - Ron & Mike vs Kathy & Corrine (OC)
--Mar, 1990 - (last ep.) Laurie & Todd vs Michele & Gillian (OC)


TALKING PICTURES (Allen Ludden)
--late '60s - pilot with celebs. Peter Lawford, Angela Cartwright, Lorne Greene, Agnes Moorehead, Stubby Kaye (SM)


TATTLETALES (Bert Convy)
--Feb 18, 1974 - (first ep.) Anne Meara, Dick Gautier, Bobby Van (GSN)
--Feb 19, 1974 - second ep. with same couples (GSN)
--Feb 25, 1974 - Orson Bean, Phyllis Diller, William Shatner (GSN)
--Mar 1, 1974 - Phyllis Diller burps (GSN)
--Mar 4, 1974 - Bobby Van, Patty Duke Astin, Pat Harrington (GSN)
--Mar 12, 1974 - Steve Allen, Dick Gautier, Mary Ann Mobley (GSN)
--Mar 22, 1974 - Bobby Van, Joyce Bulafont, Greg Mullavey (GSN)
--Mar 27, 1974 - Allen Ludden, Chuck Woolery, Bill Cullen (GSN)
--Mar 29, 1974 - same celebs.
--Apr 8, 1974 - Jo Anne Worley, Steve Allen, Jack Narz (GSN)
--Apr 12, 1974 - Patty Duke Astin (GSN)
--Apr 19, 1974 - Orson Bean, Alejendro Rey, Bobby and Elaine (GSN)
--May 8, 1974 - Ken Berry, Bobby van, Jack Carter (GSN)
--May 15, 1974 - Robert Culp, Gary Crosby, Christopher George - 3-way tie (GSN)
--June 11, 1974 - Patty Duke Astin, Scoey Mitchlll, Charlie Brill (GSN)
--June 13, 1974 - next show (CBS was alternating celebs.) first "all-quickie" show (GSN)
--June 17, 1974 - next show, same celebs (SM/OC)
--June 18, 1974 - William Shatner among guests (GSN)
--June 25, 1974 - Bob Crane, Fabian, Elena Verdugo (GSN)
--July 9, 1974 - Gene Rayburn hosts while Bert Convy plays (GSN)
--fall, 1974 - (taped 10/27/74) Charlie & Mitzi, Julie & Bobby, Rona Barrett (SM/OC)
--Jan 9, 1975 - audience game; Bobby Van, Greg Mullavey, Sheckey Greene (GSN)
--summer 1975 - Gene Rayburn, Mel Torme (GSN)
--summer 1975 - Willie Shoemaker, Tom Bosley; 3-way tie (GSN)
--summer 1975 - Willie Shoemaker, Bernadette Stanis (GSN)
--Dec 11, 1975 - Gene Rayburn hosts; Bob Barker, Bobby Van and Bert on panel (GSN)
--Jan 19, 1982 - second ep. of '80s version; Lynn Redgrave, Steve Lawrence, Dick Martin (GSN)
--Mar 1983 - Jerry Mathers, David Nelson, Elanor Donahue (6 questions) (GSN)
--July 1983 - Ken Howard. Two couples at $0 (GSN)
--Dec 23, 1983 - Grant Goodeve, Bill Daily, Lynn Redgrave (GSN)
--July 1, 1984 - (last ep.) CBS soap stars (GSN)


TEMPTATION (Art James)
--1967 - (BW) pilot for the ABC series (SM)
--Dec 18, 1967 - (BW) from third week of the series (OC)
--1967 - (BW) Mike, Steve and Marg are the contestants (SM)


TEMPTATION (Jed Allen)
--1980 - pilot for a completely different show (SM)


TEMPTATION (Rossi Moreale)
--Oct 5, 2007 - Annie-Christina-Rokeya (episode 30) (OB)
--Oct 8, 2007 - next ep; Christina-Omera-Dominique (OB)
--Oct 9, 2007 - Christina-Lisa-Sherrita (OB)
--Oct 10, 2007 - Lisa-Dinatta-Karmaria (OB)
--Oct 11, 2007 - Shelly-Dana-Trisha; game ends in a tie (OB)
--Oct 12, 2007 - Iris-Diane-Jodi (OB)
--Feb 29, 2008 - Ian wins the car (OB)


TEST PATTERN (Dan Gallagher)
--1990 - 2nd-season show in the cramped studio; Jo, Ken, Grant (GTV)
--1990 - Grant, Mark, Elena (GTV)
--1990 - Grant, Anna, Kevin. Grant wins 5th game (GTV)(average quality)


THAT'S THE QUESTION (Bob Goen)
--Oct 2, 2006 - (premiere); Karen vs Michael (GSN)


THREE'S A CROWD
Jim Peck:

--Dec 1978 - (first ep.) "catfight" near end (GSN)
--1979 - details coming soon (GSN)
--Aug 1979 - (GSN)
--1979 - Husbands: Robert, Rich, Bill (GSN)
Alan Thicke:
--Nov 29, 1999 - (premiere) new GSN version: boyfriends vs ex's (GSN)
--Dec 1, 1999 - (third ep.) girlfriends vs best friends (GSN)
--Jan 2000 - girlfriends vs. ex's (GSN)
--Feb 14, 2000 - funny ep. (GSN)
--Oct 2000 - (GSN)


THREE FOR THE MONEY (Dick Enberg)
--Sept 29, 1975 - (DVD) premiere ep with Dick Gautier and Linda Kaye Henning (SM)
--Nov 14, 1975 - Barbara Feldon, Jim McKrell (SM)


THREE ON A MATCH (Bill Cullen)
--Mar 15, 1973 - contestants are Joan, Paul and Joanne (SM)
--Feb 6, 1974 - contestants are Fred, Mary and John (OC)
--Feb 7, 1974 - follows ep above; features a $10,000 win (OC)
--Feb 8, 1974 - Geoff Edwards pops by to promote "Jackpot" (OC)
--Feb 11, 1974 - Fred increases his winnings to $15,000 (OC)
--Feb 12, 1974 - Fred wins 7th straight match and a new car (OC)


TIC TAC DOUGH
Jay Jackson:

--1958 - (BW) - nigttime show with $14,700 pot (credits cut) (SM)
Wink Martindale - CBS daytime:
--July 3, 1978 - (premiere) Ruth vs Dan (average video) (OB)
--July 4, 1978 - second ep., Ruth vs Emily (credits cut) (OB)
--July 5, 1978 - third ep., Ruth vs Rick. Ruth wins a car (OB)
--July 6, 1978- fourth ep., Ruth vs Phil (credits cut) (OB)
Syndicated:
--Jan 1979 - Brian vs Andrea; Brian wins 4th car (GSN)
--Mar 1979 - Roberta at bonus round (GSN)
--Mar 1979 - Roberta vs Jim. A player stops and takes the money in the bonus (GSN)
--Apr 1980 - Thom McKee's first appearance (GSN)
--May 1980 - Thom vs Jackie. Thom wins his first car (GSN)
--May 1980 - Thom McKee vs Cheryl. Last ep. from '79-80 season (GSN)
--Sept 1, 1980 - (season premiere) Thom McKee vs Candy. Includes GSN promo for "Faux Pause" (GSN)
--Sept 1980 - (taped July 1980) Thom McKee (at $244,000) vs Kevin (GSN)
--Sept 12, 1980 - Thom McKee's second-last show; Thom vs. Gloria (GSN)
--Sept 15, 1980 - Thom McKee defeated (GSN)
--1983 - Kit Salisbury wins his 26th game; total over $128,000 (GSN)
--1985 - general ep (average video) (OB)
--May 24, 1985 - Wink's last show; no direct mention is made (GSN)
Jim Caldwell
--Apr 1986 - David vs Tonia (OB)
--May 23, 1986 - (last ep.) Dwier vs Laurie (OB)
Patrick Wayne:
--Sept 14, 1990 - Fri ep of first week (OC)
--Dec 1990 - Jeannie vs Michael (OC)


TIME MACHINE (John Davidson)
--Jan 7, 1985 - (first ep.)
--Jan 11, 1985 - Fri. ep. of first week; $20,000 win (OB)
--Feb 11, 1985 - 6th show of new format
--Mar 15, 1985 - Steve vs Lorette. Steve wins a car (OC)
--Apr 26, 1985 (last ep.)


TO SAY THE LEAST (Tom Kennedy)
--Oct 3, 1977 - (premiere) Rita Mereno, Lee Meriwether, Robert Fuller (SM)
--Feb 23, 1978 - Ruta Lee, Sharon Gless, Paul Sylvan, Jamie Farr (SM)


TO TELL THE TRUTH
Mike Wallace:

--Nov 1956 - (BW) pilot entitled "Nothing But the Truth"; Polly Bergan, John Cameron Swayze, Hildy Parks and Dick Van Dyke are panelists (SM)
Bud Collyer:
--Dec 25, 1956 - (BW) Polly, Mike Wallace, Hildy Parks, Dick Van Dyke (good video but not great)(OC)
--Jan 15, 1957 - (BW) Polly, John Cameron Swayze, Hildy Parks, Dick Van Dyke. Phil Rizutto is a quest (OC)
--Jan 1958 - (BW) Betsy Palmer, Don Ameche, Kitty, Hy Gardner. Includes ticket plug (SM/OC)
--Dec 1960 - (BW) Johnny Carson, Kitty, Don Ameche, Polly Bergen. Panel completely misses all three times (GSN)
--Sept 23, 1966 (tape date) - (BW) Mel Torme appears (OC)
--Dec 23, 1966 - (BW) first story involves a procrastinator; GSN left in ALL original commercials (OC)
--1967 - Bert Convy guests; panel includes Tom Poston, Peggy, Orson and Kitty (GSN)
--Sept 6, 1968 - (last CBS ep.) Bert Convy, Joanna Barnes, Orson, Kitty (GSN)
Bert Convy:
--Mar 3, 1968 - Bert guest-hosts; Loretta Lynn appears (GSN)
Mark Goodson:
--1968 - panelists: Tom Poston, Peggy, Orson, Betsy Palmer (GSN)
--1968 - next episode (GSN)
Bill Cullen:
--1970 - Bill guest hosts; Mark Goodson appears on panel; "mod" set (GSN)
Robin Ward:
--Sept 1980 - Bill Cullen, Pat Collins, Dick Clark, Polly Bergan (GSN)
--fall, 1980 - (taped 7-31-80) a segment has to be re-done because Robin forgets to ask imposters about themselves (a/v out of sync) (SM)
--fall, 1980 - Nipsey, Anita, Soupy, Fannie. Thom McKee is a subject (jumpy picture at times) (GSN)
--fall, 1980 - Soupy, Pat Collins, Henry Morgan, Peggy Cass. Larry King is a subject (GSN)
--Jan 1981 - Nipsey, Carole Shelley, Soupy, Polly Bergan (GSN)
Richard Kline
--Sept 3, 1990 - mistakenly aired pilot (OC)
Gordon Elliott:
--Sept 3, 1990 - actual NBC premiere shown to West Coast only (GSN)
--Sept 4, 1990 - (second ep.) David Niven Jr, Gloria Loring, Lynn Swann, Kitty Carlisle (slight tracking problem) (OC)
Lynn Swann:
--Dec 25, 1990 - Orson, Peggy, Chris Lemmon, Kitty. Rip Taylor appears as Santa Claus (GSN)
--Dec 1990 - Ron Masak, Peggy Cass, David Niven Jr., Vicki Lawrence (GSN)
--Jan 10, 1991 - 100th episode; Ron Masak, Dana Hill, David Niven Jr, Vicki Lawrence (OB)
--May 29, 1991 - "Guest Host" Lynn Swann; panelists Ron Masak, Dana Hill, David Niven Jr and Vicki Lawrence; originally aired as third-last episode (GSN)
--May 30, 1991 - "Guest Host" Lynn Swann; aired as second-last episode (GSN)
Alex Trebek:
--early 1991 - Ron Masak, Dana Hill, David Niven Jr, Kitty Carlisle (GSN)
--1991 - Orson, Betty, Richard Moll, Kitty. Features a woman with 10 doctors in her family (GSN)
--1991 - general ep. with David Niven Jr, Dr. Ruth and Kitty (GSN)
--May 31, 1991 - last episode; Mark Goodson appears (GSN)
John O'Hurley
--Sept 18, 2000 - premiere of new version (OC)
--Nov 9, 2000 - (taped Oct 22, 2000) actress from "Sound of Music" appears, 2 disqualifications (sat wild feed with bars, slate, tone and promos)


TOP CARD
Jim Caldwell:

--1989 - Contestants: Sandy, Barry, Debi (OC)
Dan Miller:
--1993 - details to come (OB)
--Mar 25, 1993 - Holly, Ron, Sharon (missing intro) (TNN)
--Mar 26, 1993 - (last episode) Dawn, Terry, Sharon (missing intro) (TNN)


TOP SECRET (Wink Martindale)
--1987 - pilot that came close to CBS schedule (rough video) (SM)


TREASURE HUNT (Jan Murray)
--Mar 20, 1958 - (BW) daytime version (OC)


TREASURE HUNT (Geoff Edwards)
1973-77 version:

--Sept 10, 1973 - (first episode) (GSN)
--fall 1973 - $7000 win (CBN)
--1973 - skit with several boxes (low audio) (CBN)
--1974 - $8000 win (GSN)
--1974 - $14,000 passed up (CBN)
--1974 - (DVD) a woman faints after winning a classic car (GSN)
--1975 - $25,000 win (GSN)
--1976 - $25,000 passed up (CBN)
--1976 - Easter egg hunt (CBN)
--1976 - clips of past winners (CBN)
--1976 - two very low-value klunks; Geoff reads fan mail to Emile (CBN)
1981-82 version:
--fall 1981 - $20,000 check (taped July 1981); Geoff plays "patty-cake" (GSN)
--fall 1981 - $20,000 check (next episode) (GSN)
--fall 1981 - $21,000 check (GSN)
--fall 1981 - $32,000 check (GSN)
--fall 1981 - $46,000 check passed up (GSN)
--fall 1981 - $50,000 check (taped Aug 1981) Geoff gets food from commisary (GSN)
--fall 1981 - $50,000 check; Geoff hit with pie (rough video) (OB)
--fall 1981 - $50,000 check won (GSN)


TREASURE ISLE (John Bartholemew Tucker)
--Feb 23, 1968 - (BW) fun and games on an "island" (fair video) (OC)
--May 20, 1968 - (BW) features Herb Alpert cues in the background (OC)


TRIPLE THREAT
Jim Lange:

--1988 - Helen Reddy, Fred Travalena (OC)
--1988 - Richard Kline, Patty Duke (OB)
--1988 - Marion Ross, Shirley Jones (OB)
--1988 - Fred Willard, Fabian (jumpy video in spots) (OB)
--1988 - Melody Thomas-Scott, Ray Mancini (missing 1st min)(OC)
Alan Hunter:
--Nov 1988 - Teen special with Tina Yothers, Christopher Barnes (OB)
Spencer Christian
--Sept 14, 1992 - premiere of BET version (some audio and video problems occur) (OC)


TRIVIA TRAP (Bob Eubanks)
--1984 - pilot with a couple of minor rule changes (SM)


TRIVIAL PURSUIT (Wink Martindale)
--1995 - Tom, Martha, Mark. Includes "Playbreak" (FAM)


TRIVIAL PURSUIT
--1999 - British version; Patrick, Denise and Paul are contestants (OC)


TRIVIAL PURSUIT (Christopher Knight)
--Sept 22, 2008 - premiere episode (OB)
--Sept 22, 2008 - double-run episode (OB)
--Nov 14, 2008 - Fri ep of "Brady Bunch" week; Barry Williams, Mike Lookinland, Eve Plumb and Susan Olsen appear (OB)


TRUMP CARD (Jimmy Cefalo)
--Sept 10, 1990 - (premiere) Donald Trump appears (OB)
--1990 - Karen, Brian, Jeff (OB)
--1990 - Deb, Chris, Harley (OB)
--1990 - Alec, Deborah, Robert (OB)
--1990 - Jason, Bill, Annie (OB)
--1990 - Steve, Martha, Lou (OB)
--Dec 1990 - Denise, Howie, Gary. Quick $10,000 bonus win (no credits) (OC)
--1991 - $100,000 Tournament finale - Tom, Rich, John (OB)


TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES
Jack Bailey:

--1955 - (BW) episode with original commercials (OC)
Bob Barker:
--Dec 31, 1956 - (BW) Bob's debut (SM)
--1961 - (BW) (jumpy video) (RPT)
--1966 - color ep. with no closing credits (SM)
--1970s - three 10-minute clips from early '70s (OB?)
Bob Hilton:
--1977 - (DVD) Lassie appears (SM)
Larry Anderson:
--Sept 14, 1987 - (premiere) Ralph Edwards appears (OB)
--Nov 1987 - Sherlock Holmes opening sketch (OC)


TURNABOUT
--199? - finale of neat British game. Contestants: Roger, Sheila, Richard (OC)


TWENTY-ONE
Jack Barry:

--1956 - (BW) pilot originally done for CBS (SM)
--Dec 5, 1956 - (BW) Charles vs Herb - the famous episode (SM)
--Dec 12, 1956 - (BW) Charles second show; vs. Barbara (time code on screen; fair video) (SM)
--Jan 10, 1957 - (BW) Charles ($46,000) vs Ruth (time code) (SM)
--May 1957 - (BW) James Snodgress vs Hank Bloomgarden. $92,500 win (missing end credits) (RPT)
--July 8, 1957 - (BW) Hank vs Harold in fourth tie game (SM)
Jim Lange:
--1982 - unsold pilot for revival (SM)
Maury Povich:
--Jan 9, 2000 - hour-long debut (OB)
--Jan 16, 2000 - second ep. with $300,000 winner (OB)
--Jan 19, 2000 - third ep. (OB)
--Jan 24, 2000 - woman wins $600,000 (OB)
--Jan 26, 2000 - fifth ep. (OB)
--Feb 2, 2000 - million dollar win (OB)
--Feb 9, 2000 - first ep. with new prize structure and new opening (OB)
--May 28, 2000 - last episode (OB)


TWISTERS (Jim Perry)
--Oct 1982 - unsold Bob Stewart pilot. Uses "Jackpot" theme (GSN)


VIDEO VILLAGE
Jack Narz:

--summer 1960 - (BW) primetime version; contestants are Frances vs Walt (OC)
Red Rowe:
--1960 - (BW) last primetime show; Jim vs Regina (SM/OC)
Monty Hall
--June 2, 1962 - (taped May 5, 1962) Video Village Jr, with kids playing (SM)
--June 14, 1962 - (BW) (taped May 10, 1962) 500th show; also its second-last (SM)


VIRTUAL MEMORY (Jamie Alexander)
--2005 - children's game based on the Bible from TBN (OB)


VS (Gregg Proops)
--1999 - Mensa Members vs Polish People (OC)
--1999 - Famers vs City Slickers (OC)


WAITING GAME
--199x - neat British show; contestants wait to answer questions for more points; 250,000 pound win (audio slightly muffled) (OB)


WANNA BET? (Ant & Dec)
--Aug 26, 2008 - last aired episode of celebrity betting game (OB)


WEAKEST LINK
Anne Robinson - UK version:

--2000 - nighttime "winners" show. Tom vs Merryl in the final (OB)
US version:
--Apr 16, 2001 - US premiere with a $73,000 win (OB)
--May 7, 2001 - (OB)
--May 10, 2001 - half-hour "Survivor" edition (OB)
--May 14, 2001 - $107,000 win (OB)
--Aug 20, 2001 - trading buddy Matt Scott is a contestant (OC)
--Sept 24, 2001 - "Brady Bunch" edition (OB)
--Oct 28, 2001 - Halloween edition (OB)
--Oct 29, 2001 - TV Hosts edition (OB)
George Gray:
--Feb 12, 2002 - Target reached; $33,000 win; George imitates Anne (OC)
--Apr 1, 2002 - LaDonna wins $9000 (OB)
--Apr 2, 2002 - William wins $10,000 (OB)
--Apr 3, 2002 - David wins $5000 (OB)
--Apr 22, 2002 - Shawn wins $7250 (OC)
--May 13, 2002 - Eric wins $9250 (OB)
--Sept 23, 2002 - second season premiere; $31,000 win (OB)


WE'VE GOT YOUR NUMBER (Jack Barry)
--1975 - unsold dice game pilot (SM)


WHAMMY: ALL-NEW PRESS YOUR LUCK (Todd Newton)
--see the listing for Press Your Luck


WHAT'S MY LINE?
John Daly:

--Feb 2, 1950 - (BW) first ep. with no commercials (GSN)
--Dec 31, 1950 - (BW) Garry Moore on panel; Guy Lombardo is mystery guest (GSN)
--Jan 18, 1953 - (BW) general ep with Dorothy, Bennett, Arlene and Steve Allen (GSN)
--Oct 2, 1955 - (BW) Lucille Ball & Desi Arnaz are mystery guests (OC)
--Nov 6, 1955 - (BW) Harry Belafonte is the mystery guest (GSN)
--Nov 11, 1956 - (BW) Jerry Lewis on the panel; Walt Disney is the Mystery Guest (GSN)
--Sept 29, 1957 - (BW) Bennett Cerf guest hosts; Julie London is mystery guest (GSN)
--Jan 24, 1960 - (BW) Jack Paar is mystery guest (GSN)
--Feb 7, 1960 - (BW) 500th show; Julie Andrews is mystery guest (GSN)
--July 15, 1962 - (BW) Dorothy, Tom Poston, Arlene, Bennett. Willie Mays and Paul Anka appear as challengers (GSN)
--Mar 3, 1963 - (BW) Dorothy, Allen Ludden, Arlene, Bennett. Mystery guest is Robert Preston (GSN)
--Dec 22, 1963 - (BW) Christmas ep where Goodson and Todman appear as the Mystery Guests (GSN)
--Feb 7, 1965 - (BW) Arlene, Steve Allen, Dorothy, Bennett; 15th anniversary show; Gloria Swanson is mystery guest (OC)
--July 16, 1967 - (BW) eight more shows to go; Bud Collyer, Allen Ludden, Ed McMahon and Gene Rayburn all appear as mystery guests (GSN)
--Sept 3, 1967 - (BW) last ep. of CBS version (GSN)
Wally Bruner:
--fall, 1968 - Gene Rayburn, Gail Sheldon, Bert Convy, Arlene. Mystery guest: Frankie Avalon (GSN)
--Dec 10, 1968 - Dustin Hoffman appears as Mystery Guest (GSN)
--fall, 1970 - Soupy, Anita, Bennett Cerf, Arlene. Member of G-T production staff, and Ed McMahon appear as contestants (GSN)
--fall 1970 - (taped 11-5-70) Fri show; Soupy, Phyllis Newman, Bennett, Arlene (SM)
Larry Blyden:
--Nov 1972 - Soupy Sales, Anita Gillette, Gene Shalit, Arlene Francis. Dizzy Gillespie is Mystery guest (GSN)
--Feb 1973 - Soupy, Lucie Arnaz, Gene Rayburn, Arlene. Cab Calloway is Mystery guest (GSN)
--1973 - Anita, Alan Alda, Sherrye Henry, Soupy (GSN)
--1973 - Soupy, Joanna Barnes, Leonard Harris, Arlene. Mark Goodson is Mystery guest (GSN)
--1973 - (DVD) Jimmy Carter appears as Mystery Guest (GSN)
--Sept 6, 1973 - (tape date) Soupy, Marcia Rodd, Werner Klemperer, Arlene. Hockey player Gordie Howe is the Mystery Guest (GSN)
--fall, 1973 - Soupy, Merideth MacRae, Skitch Henderson, Arlene. Mystery guest: Agnes Moorehead (GSN)
--Jan 1974 - Soupy, Dr. Joyce Brothers, Gene Rayburn, Arlene. Mystery guests: Bobby Van and Elaine Joyce (GSN)
--Sept 1974 - (new set) Soupy, Anita Gillette, Gene Shalit, Arlene. Mystery guest: Enzo Stuarti (GSN)
--fall, 1974 - (new set and new opening) Henry Morgan, Anita Gillette, Tony Roberts, Arlene (GSN)


WHAT'S THIS SONG? (Win Martindale)
--July 12, 1965 - first 10 minutes of an episode with Joanie Summers and Bobby Rydell (SM)


WHAT'S YOUR BID?
--1953 - (BW) Ralph Bellamy guests in this auction-style game (OC)


WHEEL OF FORTUNE
Chuck Woolery:

--June 1976 - "Kill the Umpire" is a puzzle (GSN)
--April 1978 - Scott, Glenda, Gale. Star Bonus rule in effect; lots of bankrupts hit (occasional picture problems)(OC)
--April 1978 - next episode; Scott, Peggy, Laurel (missing part of opening) (OC)
--Dec 31, 1979 - New Year's Eve show; Lou, Allan, Jackie (OC)
--May 7, 1980 - Paul, Diane, Cathy. Chuck addresses false rumours of show's cancellation (OC)
--June 20, 1980 - Ken, Linda, Charlotte (OC)
--Oct 1980 - Tom Kennedy is guest player (OB)
--Dec 24, 1980 - Christmas Eve show; contestants: Vicki, Bud, Linda (OC)
--1981 - opening and closing clips of Chuck's last show (OB)
Rolf Benerschke:
--Jan 10, 1989 - Rolf's first show; Karen, Cheryl, Consuelo (OC)
--1989 - Rolf's last show; Julie, Jay, Marc (OB)
Bob Goen:
--July 17, 1989 - Bob Goen's first show, cameo by Pat Sajak (OB)
--1990 - Rochelle, Tammy, Hury (OB)
--Jan 11, 1991 - last show on CBS; Brenna, Jim, Sonja (OB)
--Jan 14, 1991 - return to NBC; Chuck, Tim, Tony (OC)
--summer 1991 - last ever original NBC daytime ep; Gitta, Cheyenne, Ed. Features summer vacation bananza for the home viewer (reruns aired for a few weeks after this) (average video) (OB)
Pat Sajak - NBC daytime:
--Dec 28, 1981 - Pat's first show; Jim, Keith, Stacey. problematic video in part of show (OC)
--Dec 13, 1982 - Vanna's first show (SM)
--Dec 1982 - Teen Week (last half only) (OC)
--June 5, 1985 - Rebecca, Kerry, Edna (missing credits)(OB)
--Mar 30, 1987 - Randi, Robin, Jim. Randi wins all three rounds but only $1000. Interview with Jack Clark at the end (OC)
--June 9, 1987 - Carmen, Kelly, Mark. Features "Jackpot" space (OC)
--June 12, 1987 - Mary-Kay, Ted, Kim (OC)
--June 15, 1987 - Rod, Mary-Kay, Angie. Rod wins a $14,000 car (OC)
--Jan 6, 1989 - Betsy, Consuelo, Gigi - Pat's last daytime show (OB)
Syndicated
--Sept 1983 - Ed, Dawn, Ellen (GSN)
--Dec 1984 - Laverne, Michael, Suzanne. Bonus round car win (GSN)
--Mar 1985 - Ann, Derek, Jerry. Ann puts $107 "on account" (GSN)
--Apr 1985 - Joanne, Rusti, Fritz. $11,000 win (GSN)
--Apr 1985 - $25,000 win; contestant info. coming soon (GSN)
--fall 1989 - Daisy, Paul, Kim. Daisy wins a $41,000 motor home (GSN)
--June 15, 1990 - Lynn/Mark/Kathleen. '89-90 season finale (GSN)
--Mar 1993 - Marcia, Dana, David (GSN)
--Apr 1993 - Alfie, Richard, Leonard (GSN)
--Sept 1995 - LeaAnne, Tracy, Roxine. "America's Game" opening (GSN)
--Dec 18, 1996 - ep. from "family week" (OB)
--Sept 1, 1997 - 15th (syndicated) season premiere (OB)
--Dec 5, 1997 - Leon, Bruce, Becky (OB)
--Nov 20, 1998 - 3000th nighttime show; clips of previous eps. (OB)
--Dec 3, 1999 - Jan/Sandra/Eric. Sandra wins $39,000 including jackpot round (sat. wild feed w/ bars, tone, slate, etc)
--Sept 4, 2000 - 18th season premiere - taped July 13, 2000. Karen, Joe, Cecilia. First day of "buzz-in" puzzle; $59,000 win (sat. feed)
--Nov 26, 2001 - (taped 8/31/01) Phillip, Alison, Barrett (sat. feed)
--Sept 2, 2002 - (taped July 12, 2002) (season premiere); Patrick, Kelly, Roger. New "Mystery Round" debuts (sat. feed)
--Sept 8, 2003 - 21st season premiere with new set; Larry, Desiree, Jessica. Includes promo for "Jeopardy" (sat. feed)
--Nov 10, 2003 - 4000th syndicated episode with lots of old clips (sat. feed)
--Nov 16, 2007 - (DVD) 25th-anniversary season show; Radio City Music Hall celebrity week (OB)
--Sept 8, 2008 - (DVD) 26th-season premiere (OB)


WHEEL OF FORTUNE
--June 5, 2006 - (DVD) Australian version with weird dollar amounts; Mayukh, Claudia, Rey (OB)


WHEW! (Tom Kennedy)
--May, 1979 - very excitable woman wins $25,000 (joined in progress) (OC)
--June 1, 1979 - Howard Wilson's first show (OC)
--June 4, 1979 - Howard's second (OC)
--June 6, 1979 - Howard's fourth (OC)
--June 8, 1979 - Howard's fifth (pre-empted on the 7th for CBS "Magazine") (OC)
--June 11, 1979 - Howard's sixth (OC)
--June 12, 1979 - Howard wins $25,000 (Guantlet run only) (OB)
--Aug 27, 1979 - Randy Amasia's first ep. (SM)
--Aug 28, 1979 - Randy's Guantlet win (SM)
--late Oct, 1979 - Tami vs Steven (halfs of two eps.) (SM)
--Apr 8, 1980 - Trish Stewart, Jamie Farr (OB)
--Apr 9, 1980 - next show; last segment is missing (OB)
--May 20, 1980 - Gary Collins, Mary Ann Mobley (credits clipped) (OC)
--May 21, 1980 - Gary and Mary Ann (no closing credits)(OC)
--May 22, 1980 - Robert Vaughn, Marcia Wallace (no closing credits) (OB)
--May 23, 1980 - David Jones wins $25,000 (no closing credits) (OB)
--May 29, 1980 - John Saxon, Betty White (rough video) (OB)
--May 30, 1980 - (last ep.) John and Betty (rough video) (SM)


WHO DO YOU TRUST? (Johnny Carson)
--196? - (BW) early Carson show (SM)


WHO KNOWS YOU BEST (Gina St John)
--Dec 19, 2000 - all-celebrity show with Leah Remini, Victoria Rowell, Mindy Sterling and their best friends (LIF)


WHO WANTS TO BE A MILLIONAIRE? (Regis Philbin)
--Aug 16, 1999 - first episode of US version (OC)
--Aug 20, 1999 - $250,000 win - largest ever in prime time, until... (OB)
--Aug 25, 1999 - $500,000 win (OB)
--Aug 29, 1999 - hour-long last ep. of original run (OB)
--Nov 7, 1999 - hour-long return of second run (OB)
--Nov 14, 1999 - hour-long; contestant falls back to $32,000 after missing $250,000 question (OC)
--Nov 19, 1999 - million-dollar win (OB)
--Nov 24, 1999 - hour-long finale of second run (OB)
--Jan 9, 2000 - hour-long return; $250,000 win (OB)
--Jan 18, 2000 - second million-dollar win (OB)
--Jan 20, 2000 - "crash and burn" night; only $3000 given away (OB)
--Jan 29, 2000 - special Super Bowl edition (OB)
--Mar 23, 2000 - third million dollar winner (OB)
--May 18, 2000 - 100th show (OB)
--June 13, 2000 - fourth million dollar winner (8 min clip only)(OB)
--July 6, 2000 - fifth million dollar winner (13 min clip only)(OB)
--July 11, 2000 - sixth million dollar winner (10 min clip only)(OB)
--July 30, 2000 - "Tonga" lady blows $500,000 question (OB)
--Oct 3, 2000 - "season premiere" with new opening (OB)
--Nov 19, 2000 - Regis talks Norm MacDonald out of going for $1 million question; funny ep. (OB)
--Jan 4, 2001 - first show with escalating jackpot - $1.7 million(OB)
--Apr 10, 2001 - biggest game show winner ever - over $2 million (OB)
--Apr 12, 2001 - next show
--Apr 13, 2001 - next show
--Apr 15, 2001 - $1 million winner, eighth in show's history; concludes ABC's big $3.8 million week (OB)
--Jan 24, 2002 - general ep. (OB)
--Apr 11, 2002 - $125,000 win; no carry-over contestant (OB)
--June 6, 2002 - two $250,000 winners (OB)
--June 20, 2002 - 2nd last ep. (OB)
--June 27, 2002 - 90-minute primetime finale (no direct mention is made)(OB)
--Feb 22, 2004 - first ep of "Super Millionaire" with $10 million top prize (OB)
--Feb 23, 2004 - "Bob-O" wins $1,000,000 (OB)
--Feb 24, 2004 - night 3 (OB)
--Feb 26, 2004 - night 4 (OB)
--Feb 27, 2004 - final night until May (OB)
--May 16, 2004 - first night of May run (OB)
--May 25, 2004 - funny ep., second-last night (OB)
--May 26, 2004 - last night, until...(OB)


WHO WANTS TO BE A MILLIONAIRE? (Merideth Viera)
--Sept 16, 2002 - premiere of daily version; $64,000 win (OB)
--Sept 17, 2002 - second ep. (OB)
--Oct 25, 2002 - a man misses the $500,000 question (OB)
--Jan 13, 2003 - general episode (satellite wild feed)
--Jan 14, 2003 - general episode (satellite wild feed)
--Feb 18, 2003 - first million-dollar win from syndicated version (OB)
--May 9, 2003 - $500,000 win; contestant almost goes for the million (OB)
--Sept 15, 2003 - 2nd season premiere (satellite wild feed)
--Nov 7, 2003 - finale of "walk in and win week" (satellite wild feed)
--Sept 13, 2004 - 3rd season premiere with new lifeline (OC)
--Sept 14, 2004 - next episode (OC)
--Feb 25, 2005 - 500th syndicated show (OB)
--Sept 12, 2005 - 4th season premiere with new opening titles (satellite wild feed)
--Oct 11, 2005 - features a $0 win (OB)
--Sept 11, 2006 - 5th season premiere (OC)
--Oct 6, 2006 - first contestant: Mary Jane. Two $1000 wins (OB)
--Nov 8, 2006 - Ogi Ogas goes for $1 million (OB)
--Sept 10, 2007 - 6th season premiere (OB)
--Sept 11, 2007 - general ep (OB)
--Nov 9, 2007 - 1000th show (OB)
--Nov 12, 2007 - first ep of TV week (OB)
--Nov 13, 2007 - TV week continues (OB)
--Jan 21, 2008 - two $0 winners (OB)
--Sept 8, 2008 - 7th-season premiere with new rules (OB)
--Sept 9, 2008 - episode follows one above (OB)
--Sept 10, 2008 - episode follows one above (OB)


WHO WANTS TO BE A MILLIONAIRE? (Al Roker)
--Mar 9, 2007 - Al's last day of filling in for Merideth (OB)


WHO WANTS TO BE A MILLLIONAIRE? (Tom Bergeron)
--May 14, 2007 - Tom's first day of hosting (OB)
--May 15, 2007 - Tom's second day (OB)


WHO WANTS TO BE A MILLIONAIRE? (Tim Vincent)
--June 25, 2007 - Tim's first day filling in as host (OB)


WHO WANTS TO BE A MILLIONAIRE? (Chris Terrant)
--Sept 4, 1998 - first episode of the British version (OC)
--Sept 5, 1998 - second episode (OC)
--Jan 8, 1999 - 8th episode (OB)
--Mar 31, 1999 - nobody gets first Fastest Finger question right (OC)
--Jan 17, 2000 - 250,000 pound win (OB)
--Nov 30, 2002 - 300th episode (jumpy in spots)(OB)
--Apr 24, 2004 - Pat Gibson wins 1,000,000 pounds (OB)


WHO WANTS TO BE A MILLIONAIRE? (Pamela Wallin)
--Sept 13, 2000 - first ep. of Canadian version (OC)
--Sept 14, 2000 - second ep. (OB)


WHO WHAT OR WHERE GAME (Art James)
--Dec 1970 - Greg, Claire, John (SM)


WIN BEN STEIN'S MONEY
--1997 - Russell, Kate, David (OB)
--1999 - John, Jennifer, Knowah. John was on "Singled Out" (video OK but not great)(OB)
--1999 - Mark, Maria, Joel. Ben and winning contestant tie in final round (RPT)
--Oct 31, 1999 - Halloween ep with contestants Bob, Ann, Bruce. Features a $5000 win (RPT)
--1999 - $25,000 championship game with contestants Benjamin, Tom, Mike (OB)
--1999 - "Best of" show with Jimmy Kimball and Ben in a hot tub (OC) (occasional glitchy video)
--Nov 1999 - "WWTBAM" spoof; Joe, Heather, Greg (OC)
--2001 - Andy, Ceane, Bill (RPT)
--2001 - Rick wins $5000 from Ben (RPT)


WIN, LOSE OR DRAW (Bert Convy)
--Sept 1987 - aired pilot with Loni Anderson, Betty White, Tony Danza and Burt Reynolds (OC)


WIN WITH THE STARS (Allen Ludden)
--1969 - short 6-min clip of an episode with Kaye Ballard and Paul Lynde (SM)


WINNER TAKE ALL (Bill Cullen)
--1951 - (BW) general ep (GSN)
--1951 - (BW) general ep (GSN)


WINNING LINES
Dick Clark:

--Jan 8, 2000 - debut ep.; $500,000 win (OB)
--Jan 22, 2000 - fifth ep.; strike out in bonus round (OB)
--Feb 4, 2000 - sixth ep.; $25,000 bonus win (OB)
--Feb 12, 2000 - $50,000 win (OB)
--Feb 18, 2000 - $30,000 win (OC)
--Feb 18, 2000 - $90,000 win (OC)
Simon Meadow:
--July 2000 - British version with identical set (OB)


WINNING STREAK (Bill Cullen)
--Aug 9, 1974 - only existing episode; Paul vs Kathy (GSN)


WIPEOUT (Peter Tomarken)
--Sept 2, 1987 - pilot with a few differences (SM)
--fall, 1987 - Nikki, Kathy, Kevin. Peter refers to the Whammy (credits cut) (USA)
--fall, 1987 - Maggie Brown, Marshall, Mathew. Wrong sound effect played once during first round. Maggie wins a car (OB)
--Oct 31, 1987 - Halloween ep, Pamela, Lisa, Mark. Includes commercials for "Win, Lose or Draw" and "Wheel of Fortune" (average video) (OC)
--1988 - Tami, Arthur, Adrienne (USA)
--1988 - details coming soon (USA)
--1988 - Kayleen, Cameron, Dean (USA)


A WORD IN YOUR EAR (Gordon Burns)
--1995 - (British) contestants attempt to draw what their partner describes (OC)


WORDPLAY (Tom Kennedy)
--Jan 1987 - Wil Shriner, Betty White, Tom Poston (OB)
--Feb 16, 1987 - Bill Rafferty, Abby Dalton, Bert Convy (OB)
--Mar 30, 1987 - Louis Nye, Jayne Meadows, Steve Allen (OC)
--Apr 1987 - Leslie Neilsen, Sydney Goldsmith, Jamie Farr (OC)
--June 9, 1987 - Jeff Altman, Telma Hopkins, Norm Crosby. $5000 bonus win (OC)
--June 12, 1987 - Jeff, Telma, Norm (OC)
--June 15, 1987 - Jeff, Telma and Norm again (OC)
--June 16, 1987 - Jimmy Alek, Sheryl-Lee Ralph, Charles Nelson Reilly (OB)
--Aug 1987 - Jimmy Alek, Alaina Reed, Tom Poston (OC)
--Aug 1987 - (Jamie Farr guest hosts this episode) Corey Feldman, Andrea Elson, Curtis Baldwin (OB)
--Sept 4, 1987 - (last ep.) Jimmy Alek, Marsha Warfeild, Jamie Farr (OB)


YAHTZEE (Peter Marshall)
--1987 - (premiere) Jerry Stiller, Anne Meara, Fred Willard, Tom Poston (OB)
--1988 - $100,000 win (fair video)(opening minute missing) (OB)
--1988 - (different rules) Alan Sues, Susan Seaforth, Bill Hayes (OB)


YOU BET YOUR LIFE (Groucho Marx)
--1954 - (BW)(DVD) includes plugs for DeSoto
--1954 - (BW)(DVD) includes plugs for DeSoto
--1961 - (BW)(DVD) Jack LaLanne guests
--1961 - (BW)(DVD) Ray Bradbury guests


YOU BET YOUR LIFE (Richard Dawson)
--1988 - NBC pilot for revival (SM)


YOU DON'T KNOW JACK (Paul Reubens)
--June 18, 2001 - premiere episode (OB)
--June 18, 2001 - second episode (OB)


YOU DON'T SAY
Tom Kennedy

--April 5, 1963 - (BW) 5th show; Betty White, Barry Sullivan (OC)
--1964 - (BW) primetime show with Michael Landon, Lorraine Day (SM)
--March 1967 - Pat Carroll, Mel Torme (SM/OC)
--April, 1969 - Jaye P Morgan, Rod Serling (OC)
--1969 - Tina Cole, Don Grady (OB)
--Nov 12, 1975 - (taped Oct 17, 1975) June Lockhart, Conny Van Dyke, Rex Reed, Larry Hovis (SM)
--Nov 1975 - (taped Oct 31?, 1975)Bob Ridgely, Conny Van Dyke, Larry Hovis, Ann Elder. Tom Kennedy hosts (SM)
Jim Peck:
--Aug 5, 1978 - (tape date) Dick Gautier, Conny Van Dyke, Charlie Brill, Nipsey Russell (so-so video)(SM)
--Nov 10, 1978 - Bob Ridgely, Charlie Brill, Dick Gautier, Ann Elder. WPIX airing (OC)


YOUR FIRST IMPRESSION (Monty Hall)
--summer 1961 - (BW) Morey Amsterdam, Mary Tyler Moore, George Kirgo, Jerry Matthers, Bobby Troup and Julie London all appear (OC)


YOUR NUMBER'S UP (Nipsey Russell)
--Dec 20, 1985 - (last ep.) Carol, Barry, Peggy (OB)


YOU'RE IN THE PICTURE (Jackie Gleason)
--Jan 20, 1961 - (BW) the famous episode (OC) (time code counter on screen)
--Jan 27, 1961 - (BW) the famous "apology" show (OC) (time code counter)


1 VS 100 (Bob Saget)
--Oct 13, 2006 - US premiere (OB)
--Oct 20, 2006 - 2nd show (OB)
--Oct 27, 2006 - 3rd show (OB)
--Nov 3, 2006 - 4th show (OB)
--Nov 10, 2006 - 5th show (OB)
--Dec 1, 2006 - some more new rules introduced (OB)
--Dec 8, 2006 - Bob Eubanks and Wink Martindale appear (OB)
--Dec 15, 2006 - general ep (OB)
--Dec 25, 2006 - special Christmas ep (OB)
--Jan 19, 2007 - general ep (OB)
--Jan 26, 2007 - (OB)
--Feb 23, 2007 - mob wins twice (OB)
--Mar 16, 2007 - season finale with updates on previous contestants (OB)
--Jan 4, 2008 - first million-dollar win (OB)
--Jan 11, 2008 - (OB)


2-MINUTE DRILL
--June 5, 2001 - second-season premiere; Robert vs Craig (OB)


3-2-1 (Ted Rogers)
--199x - (hour-long) British show; 3 couples in a Q&A game which turns into a variety show at end (OC)


3rd DEGREE (Bert Convy)
--1989 - Loni Anderson, Betty White, Charles Nelson Reilly, Burt Reynolds (OB)
--1989 - Marsha Warfield, Beth Maitland, Joel Brooks, Soupy Sales (OB)


10 SECONDS (Dan Miller)
--Mar 29, 1993 - (premiere) Marie vs Tom (OB)
--Mar 30, 1993 - Leigh Ann vs Tom (missing intro and ending, but game complete) (OB)
--Mar 31, 1993 - Rodney vs Leigh Ann (missing intro) (OB)
--1993 - John vs Glenn. bonus round win (OB)


20 QUESTIONS (Bill Slater)
--1954? - (BW) originally broadcast on the DuMont network (OC)


20 QUESTIONS (Jack Clark)
--1976 - (pilot) Kelly Garrett, Tony Roberts, Gene Shalit, Anne Meara (SM)


50 GRAND SLAM (Tom Kennedy)
--Oct 4, 1976 - (first episode)
--Dec 31, 1976 - (last episode) a short segment appears to be missing (SM)


100% (Casey Kasem)
--1999 - 2 min. pitch film/promo to syndicators (SM)
--1999 - Nick, Jay, Jewel (tracking line) (OC)


$10,000 SWEEP (Jack Clark)
--Aug 4, 1972 - (pilot) (GSN)


$10,000 PYRAMID (Dick Clark)
--Apr(?)1973 - Kaye Ballard, Richard Deacon (fair video) (SM)
--Nov 5, 1973 - First show from CBS TV City; Barbara Feldon, John Schuck (GSN)
--Nov 6, 1973 - Barbara and John (GSN)
--Nov 7, 1973 - Barbara and John (GSN)
--Nov 8, 1973 - Barbara and John. Game starts partway through, which wasn't that uncommon in 1973 (GSN)
--Nov 9, 1973 - Barbara and John (GSN)
--Nov 15, 1973 - Sandy Duncan, Edward Asner. $10,000 win (GSN)
--Nov 16, 1973 - Sandy and Ed. Painful last bonus round (GSN)
--Nov 19, 1973 - Loretta Swit, McLean Stevenson, David Speilberg, Anita Gillete (GSN)
--Nov 20, 1973 - same four celebs. (GSN)


$20,000 PYRAMID (Dick Clark)
--June 25, 1976 - Joanne Worley, Tony Randall. $15,000 win (SM)
--Sept 12, 1977 - William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy (poor video) (OB)
--Nov 1978 - Anita Gillette, David Letterman (GSN)
--1979 - Billy Crystal, Sal Viscuso. $15,000 win (video dark at times) (GSN)
--June 27, 1980 - (last ep.) Lois Nettleton, Bill Cullen (some tracking problems) ; promo included (SM)
also see All-Star Junior Pyramid and Junior Partner Pyramid


$25,000 PYRAMID (Bill Cullen)
--1974 - Anne Meara, Tony Roberts. $10,800 win (pic somewhat jittery, but great quality) (SM)
--1975 - Jo Ann Pflug, William Shatner. $25,000 win (very snowy pic) (RPT)
--1975 - Jo Ann Pflug, John Schuck (snowy pic) (RPT)
--1975 - Rita Mereno, Larry Linville (snowy pic, but better than the other three) (RPT)
--1975 - Michele Lee, Dick Clark. $25,000 win (snowy pic) (RPT)
--1977 - last-half only; JoAnne Worley, William Shatner. $25,000 win (RPT)
--1977 - June Lockhart, Soupy Sales. $10,000 win (RPT)
--1977 - Anita Gillette, John Ritter (RPT)
--1977 - Loretta Swit, Tony Roberts (brief video dropout in first segment)(RPT)
--1978 - Mackenzie Phillips, Soupy Sales (RPT)
--1978 - Kathy Glass, Billy Crystal (no closing credits) (RPT)
--1978 - Sandy Duncan, Dick Cavett (grainy video) (OC)
--1978 - Debralee Scott, Peter Lawford (audio muffled, so-so video) (OB)
--1978 - Lois Nettleton, Robert Urich (audio muffled) (OB)


$25,000 PYRAMID (Dick Clark)
--Sept 20, 1982 - (first CBS ep.) (fair video) (OB)
--Sept 21, 1982 - Constance McCashin, Robert Mandan (GSN)
--Sept 22, 1982 - two $10,000 wins (GSN)
--Dec 27, 1982 - Vicki Lawrence, Fred Grandy (USA)
--Sept 27, 1983 - (taped Sept 11, 1983) Markie Post, Richard Kline; $25,000 win (ending missing) (SM)
--Oct 28, 1983 - Betty White, Ed Begley Jr (OC)
--Jan 2, 1985 - Shelley Smith, Richard Kline (blind contestants) (jumpy video) (USA)
--June 5, 1985 - Melody Thomas-Scott, Roger E Mosely (missing first 3 min) (OB)
--Sept 13, 1985 - Patty Duke, Nipsey Russell (GSN)
--Sept 16, 1985 - Adrienne Barbeau, Richard Kline (GSN)
--Nov 1987 - Fri. ep., Battle of the CBS Soaps (GSN)
--Dec 31, 1987 - (last CBS ep, for three months) Anne-Marie Johnson, Robert Hegyes (OB)
--Apr 4, 1988 - (comeback CBS ep.) Betty White, David Graf (OB)
--July 1, 1988 - (last CBS ep.) Robin Reiker, Charlie Siebert (first 20 sec missing) (USA)


$50,000 PYRAMID (Dick Clark)
--Feb 9, 1981 - Jo Anne Worley, Sal Viscuso (OB)
--May, 1981 - Jo Anne Worley, Soupy Sales. $50,000 win (video OK but not great)(OC)


$100,000 PYRAMID (Dick Clark)
--Sept 9, 1985 - (first ep.) Vicki Lawrence, Brian Mitchell (GSN)
--Nov 1985 - Shelley Smith, Henry Polic. First tournament win (GSN)
--1986 - Linda Kelsey, Henry Polic. Marilyn wins $100,000 (GSN)
--1986 - Betty White, David Graf (GSN)
--1987 - Gladys Knight, Smokey Robinson (GSN)
--1988 - (last ep.) Teresa Ganzel, Henry Polic II (GSN)


$100,000 PYRAMID (John Davidson)
--Jan 7, 1991 - (premiere) Vicki Lawrence, Clifton Davis (OB)
--Dec 4, 1991 - Adrienne Barbeau, Jason Alexander (part of second winner's circle missing) (OB)
--Dec 6, 1991 - (last ep.) $100,000 win (OB)


$50,000 A MINUTE (Geoff Edwards & Merideth MacRae)
--197? - ABC pilot with Shelley Smith and Charlie Seibert (SM)
--197? - pilot no. 2 with Markie Post, Ed Begley Jr.(SM)


$64,000 CHALLENGE
Sonny Fox:

--195? - (BW) Vincent Price appears (terrible video) (SM)
Ralph Storey:
--1957 - (BW) First contestants are Larry vs Billy (SM/OC)
--Sept 195x - (BW) Dr Joyce Brothers appears (time code bar on screen) (OC)


$64,000 QUESTION (Hal March)
--Mar 25, 1956 - (BW) a contestant takes $32,000 (early video problems)
--June 1956 - (BW) first anniversary show (SM)
--July 1956 - (BW) first contestant: Giovanna


$100,000 NAME THAT TUNE
Tom Kennedy:

--1977 - Kathie Lee also appears(SM)
--1977 - nighttime episode (OB)
--1977 - Karen wins $100,000 (OC)
--1980 - (joined in progess at Melody Roulette) Danny vs Barbara (SM)
--1980 - Chester vs Sister Jean (ending cut off) (SM)
--1980 - complete ep.; show 243; Ken vs Sylvia (SM)
Jim Lange:
--Sept 1984 -premiere; Elena vs Stan (ending missing) (FAM)
--1984 - Barbara Ann vs Michael (FAM)
--1984 - Cathy vs Frank (FAM)
--1984 - deatils coming soon (USA)
--1984 - Del vs Phil (FAM)
--1985 - Pat vs Art in $100,000 Tournament (missing part of opening) (USA)
--1985 - Carol wins $100,000. Sandy Frank appears (FAM)


$128,000 QUESTION (Alex Trebek)
--Nov 1977 - Joseph is the first contestant - category: boxing. Donn Benn from Philadelphia's first appearance (audio slightly muffled, credits missing) (OC)
--Dec 1977 - Don Benn's second show (last 2 minutes missing) (OC)
--Dec 1977 - Don's third show (OC)
--Dec 1977 - Don's fourth show (OC)
--Dec 1977 - Don misses the $32,000 question (OC)


$1,000,000 CHANCE OF A LIFETIME (Jim Lange)
--Jan 6, 1986 - (premiere) Renee & Kevin vs Doug & Betty (fair video) (OC)
--1986 - Pam & Chris vs Craig and Lori (audio low) (OB)
--1986 - $1,000,000 win (OB)
--Sept 1986 - John & Stephanie vs Adina & Bern (VCR counter) (OC)
--1986 - Rick & Joanna vs Jim & Heid (OB)


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