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This is where all the old stuff goes - old updates to the front page, and old updates to the collection. This was mainly done to free up space on both of said pages and make them not be as cluttered.

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NEW, AS OF 11/7/15

A&E BIOGRAPHY (non-game show)
* December 7, 1999 (Game Show Week, Special #2/"Bob Barker: Master of Ceremonies"): Some good clips are shown here, including the famous "Fainting Alene" clip from 1977. No intro nor credits. [D-18.2]

ABC'S WIDE WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT (non-game show)
* May 28, 1975 (What's My Line? At 25; studio portions taped 4/75): Mark Goodson, Arlene Francis, and John Daly look back at a bevy of clips from the CBS years. Studio master with slate! [D-24.1,2]

BEAT THE ODDS (Warren Hull, 1962)
* July 1962: Episode sent to stations for the possibility of syndication - begins with George vs. Liz, continued from last time. Original commercials and a "Lucky Seven" Plug, begins with a pitchfilm! [D-27.7]

THE BIG PAYOFF (1962)
* Taped 9/9/62 (Pilot): Arthur & Arlene vs. Joyce & Dr. Sykes. Announcer Marvin Lark continuously calls host Robert Paige "David". Includes "Payoff Partner" and Contestant Plugs! [D-27.5]

THE EARLY SHOW (non-game show)
* July 24, 2007: Interview (running 6:36) with Drew Carey about The Price Is Right and Power of 10. [35.3]

THE FACE IS FAMILIAR
* Taped 9?/65 (Pilot, hosted by Jack Clark): Betsy Palmer & BILL CULLEN. Nathan vs. Phyllis, then Andy vs. Jill. Game #2 lasts FOREVER! [D-11.3]

THE GOLDEN GIRLS (non-game show)
* February 8, 1992 ("Questions & Answers"): Episode about Jeopardy!, guest starring Alex, Johnny, and Merv! Not-so-good video. [57.7]

HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER (non-game show)
* April 30, 2007 ("Showdown"): Two weeks before Lily & Marshall's wedding, they can't stay apart; Lily's wedding dress doesn't fit, so she eats lots of fattening food(?!); Ted tries to write a nice speech for his toast that won't embarrass the couple; Barney thinks Bob Barker is his real father and wants to meet him, so he goes on The Price Is Right. Original commercials, including a promo for Bob's last two primetime specials. [28.2]

I LOST ON JEOPARDY (music video)
* Taped 5/24-25/84: Features Art Fleming and Don Pardo as themselves plus cameo appearances by Dr. Demento, Al's real parents, and even Kihn himself in a classy curtain call for the Fleming era of Jeopardy! [51.8]

IN LIVING COLOR (non-game show)
* January 10, 1993: You Bet Your Career - Delta Burke vs. Sinbad. Bill Cosby hosts (assisted by Mr. T) the show where has-beens play for walk-on roles in shows like Major Dad...or they would be if Bill's show didn't get canned halfway through! Mostly monochrome video. [56.10]
* January 17, 1993: Family Feud - Royal Family vs. Jacksons. RAY COMBS hosts with four-member teams on a facsimile set! Mostly monochrome video. [56.11]

THE INSIDER (non-game show)
* May 16, 2007: Two-minute clip showing classic Price Is Right moments! [31.2]

THE LATE LATE SHOW (CBS/Craig Ferguson, 2005-14; non-game show)
* May 16, 2007: BOB BARKER (great segment!), Elizabeth Banks, and Modest Mouse. Plus, Craig makes fun of Blankety Blank's horrible theme music, mentions Scottish people on Family Fortunes (with Bob Monkhouse), and shows a Wheel of Fortune clip with a bad contestant. Original commercials, ends during Modest Mouse's performance, but highly-recommended! [33.2]

THE LATE SHOW (FOX/Ross Shafer, 1988; non-game show)
* Spring 1988 (Game Show Hosts Special): Twenty-minute segment with Gene Rayburn, Gary Owens, Tom Kennedy, Dennis James, Jim Lange, Fred Wostbrock, and NO MORE COOKING SEGMENTS! [D-4.4,5]

THE LATE SHOW (CBS/David Letterman, 1993-2015; non-game show)
* May 16, 2007 ("I'm in management!"): Ricky Gervais, Mary Lynn Rajskub, Mavis Staples (Bumped: Tom Hanks). Plus: A Sopranos Finale Preview, an MSNBC Presidential Debate promo, an Apple commercial, Andy Kindler Visits Collectors, Top 10 Things Bob Barker Can Say Now That He's Retiring, the Late Show Prize Wheel Giveaway, and MORE! Original commercials, no intro. [33.1]

THE MATCH GAME (1962-69)
* Taped 12/5/62 (Pilot): Rick Mainzer/PETER LIND HAYES/Mary Pidgeon vs. Arthur Trudeau/PEGGY CASS/Ronni Smith. Original commercials(?!), fades out during credits. [D-11.1 or D-23.3]

MOST OUTRAGEOUS MOMENTS (non-game show)
* April 18, 2008: About two minutes of clips from Tattletales, The £64,000 Question, Sale of the Century (Australia), The Newlywed Game, 3's A Crowd, Match Game (1970s), The Weakest Link (UK), and The Hollywood Squares. VERY grainy-but-watchable video that screws up at times...and is monochrome. [59.1]

PRESS YOUR LUCK (1983-86)
* Taped 5/18/83: JACK CAMPION vs. MAGGIE BROWN vs. Matt Dorf. Peter refers to the Whammy a few times as being "a devil"! [D-21.1,2]

THE RUNNING MAN (movie)
* November 13, 1987: In the year 2019, Ben Richards (Arnold Schwarzenegger) is forced to play the titular game show hosted by Damon Killian (RICHARD DAWSON!). [two-disc DVD release from 2004]

SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE (non-game show)
* October 23, 1976: Jeopardy! 1999 - Art F114 hosts (and Don Pardo announces) a "futuristic" version with the same pull-card board and even a cameo appearance by "Think!". [56.8]
* February 26, 1977: Hollywood Bingo - Gern Blanston hosts a cross between The Hollywood Squares and Bingo with 24 celebrities...too many. [56.9]

SCTV (non-game show)
* May 15, 1981 (NBC Premiere): High Q - Parkdale High (Margaret/Peter/James) vs. St. Anthony's Collegiate (Leonard/Cathy/Bruce). Alex Trebel hosts, but with these six players and a rowdy audience no wonder he can't keep his anger down! [54.3]
* June 19, 1981: What's My Shoe Size? - Dorothy Kilpatrick, Bennett Cerb, Arlene Franklin, Kirk Dugglis. John Charles Bailey hosts this great parody of the CBS-era Line! [54.4]
* July 31, 1981: Short promo for Dialing for Dollars, hosted by Walter Cronkite. [54.5]

SESAME STREET (non-game show)
* November 9, 1970 (#131): What's My Part? - Bennett Snerf, Arlene Frantic, Cookie Monster. Mystery Guest: Nose. [52.11]
* November 27, 1972 (#406): Here Is Your Life - Oak Tree gets the surprises of its life! [52.12]
* November 19, 1973 (#536): Beat the Time - can Cookie Monster find three things that rhyme with rain in 55 seconds to win a cookie? [52.13]
* November 28, 1974 (#684): Beat the Time - can Grover find five things that contain milk in one minute to win a trip to Dairyland, USA? [54.11]
* January 2, 1975 (#709): Here Is Your Life - it's Loaf of Bread's turn to be surprised! Brief PLAY message at the beginning. [54.12]
* December 23, 2007 ("Elmo's Christmas Countdown"): Elmo celebrates Christmas on a very fake version of Sesame Street with the help of various guest stars. Original commercials, pretty grainy-but-watchable video that screws up at times. [53,1]

TV'S FUNNIEST GAME SHOWS
* November 11, 2002 (Special #2): Hosted by Richard Karn. Includes clips from The Newlywed Game, The Dating Game, and 3's A Crowd. [D-18.3,4]

YOU BET YOUR LIFE (Groucho Marx/NBC Primetime, 1950-61)
* February 22, 1951 (#50-21): Nina Kramer & Clarence Allen, Major Crossley & Sylvia Sparks, Norma Welts & Yuka Salamunich. Secret Word: "Door"; Jackpot: $2,500. [D-7.5]
* February 18, 1954 (#53-23): Ann Reardon & Bill Eddie, Shirley Lestelle & Charles Sandoval, Ethel Smerdan & Mary Sackett (GREAT contestant!). Secret Word: "Clock"; Jackpot: $3,000. Original commercials. [D-7.6]
* May 13, 1954 (#53-35): Ula Anderson & Charles Osbourne, Henry Aaron & Laura Asher, Cyril Bennett & Jackie Rayners. Secret Word: "House"; Jackpot: $2,500. Original commercials. [D-7.7]
* November 4, 1954 (#54-08): Burt Stewart & Mrs. Edgar Hill, Bill Early & Joan Rosenthal, Carol Hall (a guy) & Kendra Davies. Secret Word: "Chair"; Jackpot: $3,000. Original commercials. [D-7.8]
* November 11, 1954 (#54-09): Hal Keane & Joanne Keane, Martha Parsons & Dr. Richard Haiti, Beverly Putman & Lt. Richard Chamber. Secret Word: "Voice". Original commercials. [D-7.9]
* December 16, 1954 (#54-14): Morey Simon & DEAN CROMWELL, Norma Ireland & Thomas Craddock, Rev. Carl Domas & Helen Domas. Secret Word: "Wall"; Jackpot: $1,000. A judging error causes a couple to be invited back next week to try for $1,000. Original commercials. [D-7.1]
* January 6, 1955 (#54-17): Sgt. Sylvester Nelson & Collette Nelson, Marilyn Pierce & JIM FERRIER, Evelyn Sorrows & Floyd Humiston. Secret Word: "Water"; Jackpot: $1,000. [D-7.10]
* January 27, 1955 (#54-20): Wandra Crumpel & Roger Sharky, Lynn Armstrong & Tom Blutina, Corrine Clark & Gordon Honn. Secret Word: "Clock"; Jackpot: $2,500. "Best of Groucho" syndicated repeat, answer to third question missing. [D-7.12]
* April 7, 1955 (#54-30, taped 2/8): Beverly Rubins & CHARLES DRESSEN, Lester Henthorne & Janet Wang, Kaye Barker & ROBERT BOOTZIN (quite weird!). Secret Word: "Voice"; Jackpot: $1,500. Original commercials, highly-recommended! [D-7.2]
* May 12, 1955 (#54-35): Barbara Schmidt & Mario DaRae, Vernon Cameron & Mariana Errlick, June French & ALBERT HALL (GREAT contestant!). Secret Word: "Food"; Jackpot: $2,000. AMAZING episode! Original commercials, first second or two missing. [D-7.4]
* June 21, 1956 (#55-39/Season Finale): Ann Rowell & Henry Jacobs, Alice Handwill & Albert Eisen, Edna Hill & Wade Ruby. Secret Word: "Hand"; Jackpot: $1,500. [D-7.11]
* January 31, 1957 (#56-19): Jan Dietrich & John Roese, then Nina Morgan & Nicky Stewart (who insults Groucho!). Secret Word: "Head". Original commercials, including one for Prom with Chico and Harpo! [D-7.3]
* 1960?: Steve Wayne & Audrey Kofman, then Lily Nyton & Judy Kroten. Secret Word: "Skin". "Best of Groucho" syndicated repeat. [D-7.13]

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NEW, AS OF 11/6/15

THE PRICE IS RIGHT (Bob Barker, CBS Daytime)
* November 15, 2005 (#3412K, taped 9/25): Make Your Move, Spelling Bee, Freeze Frame, Hi-Lo, Switch?, Dice Game. CLOSE Showcase results! Original commercials, video screws up at times. [9.1]
* November 16, 2005 (#3413K, taped 9/25): 3 Strikes (for a Cadillac!), One Wrong Price (for three trips!), Grand Game, Double Prices (for a trailer!), Switcheroo, Magic #. CLOSE Showcase results! Original commercials, video screws up at times during last two segments. [9.2]
* November 18, 2005 (#3415K, taped 9/27): Coming or Going, Punch-A-Bunch, Line 'Em Up, Pick-A-Pair, Shopping Spree, Safe Crackers (for a car!). Original commercials. [9.3]
* November 21, 2005 (#3421K, taped 9/29): Danger Price, Pocket ¢hange, Flip Flop, Secret X, Let 'Em Roll, Barker's Bargain Bar. Original commercials, first 30 seconds or so missing due to commercials, ends during credits. [9.4]
* November 22, 2005 (#3422K, taped 10/3): Easy As 1-2-3, Plinko, Ten Chances, Pick-A-Pair, Money Game, Coming or Going. Bob introduces Phire! Original commercials, ends during credits. [9.5]
* November 23, 2005 (#3423K, taped 10/3): Triple Play, Clock Game (debut of the blue/yellow board!), Half Off, Double Prices, Pass the Buck, Range Game. Original commercials. [9.6]
* November 28, 2005 (#3431K, taped 10/4): Push Over, Punch-A-Bunch, One Away, One Right Price, Check-Out, That's Too Much. Original commercials. [10.1]
* November 29, 2005 (#3432K, taped 10/5): Squeeze Play, Card Game, Plinko, Bullseye '76, Money Game, Step Up. SCSD #2 shows just what the three contestants know about the rules! Original commercials, video screws up occasionally. [10.2]
* November 30, 2005 (#3433K, taped 10/6): Switch?, Spelling Bee, Buy or Sell, Double Prices, It's In The Bag, Dice Game. GREAT closing segment with Bob being afraid of the winner's mob! Original commercials. [10.3]
* December 1, 2005 (#3434K, taped 10/10): Lucky $even, Race Game, Half Off, Coming or Going, Cover Up, Pick-A-Pair. Fingers and a contestant dance The Gator before SCSD #2! Original commercials, audio/video really screws up late in Segment 1 and early in Segment 9, grainy-but-watchable video at the very end of Segment 8. [10.4]
* December 2, 2005 (#3435K, taped 10/10). Golden Road, Grand Game, Clock Game, Freeze Frame, Master Key, Most Expensive (for three trips!). Original commercials, ends just after Mark Goodson logo. [10.5]
* December 5, 2005 (#3441K, taped 10/11): Barker's Bargain Bar, Hole In One, Bonkers, One Wrong Price, Any Number, Cliff Hangers. PERFECT SHOW! Original commercials. [10.6]
* December 6, 2005 (#3442K, taped 10/24): Swap Meet, Range Game, Switcheroo, Make Your Move, Pass the Buck, Magic #. A contestant's mother was on the show in 1985! DOUBLE SHOWCASE WIN! Original commercials, white lines appear onscreen frequently, but watchable and highly-recommended! [11.1]
* December 7, 2005 (#3443K, taped 10/24): Shell Game (for a car!), Let 'Em Roll, Safe Crackers, Most Expensive, That's Too Much, Squeeze Play. Original commercials, white lines appear onscreen frequently (but watchable). [11.2]
* December 8, 2005 (#3444K, taped 10/25): Flip Flop, Pocket ¢hange, Plinko, Switch?, One Away, Grocery Game. Original commercials, white lines appear on the screen frequently through Segment 2, first few seconds of Segment 6 missing due to an overrunning CBS HDTV bumper. [11.3]
* December 9, 2005 (#3445K, taped 10/26): Lucky $even, Punch-A-Bunch, Double Prices, Now....or Then (3/97), Credit Card, Dice Game. Original commercials, white lines appear onscreen occasionally for first segment. [11.4]
* December 12, 2005 (#3451K, taped 10/27): Barker's Bargain Bar, Check Game, Spelling Bee, Hi-Lo, Card Game, Side By Side. Original commercials, white lines appear onscreen occasionally (with some hiccuping in Segment 1), video flickers/hiccups occasionally during Segments 2-4 (and hiccups occasionally during Segment 5). [11.5]
* December 13, 2005 (#3452K, taped 10/31): Clearance Sale, Let 'Em Roll, Squeeze Play, Money Game, Plinko, Clock Game; Original commercials. [11.6]
* December 14, 2005 (#3453K, taped 10/31): Freeze Frame, Half Off, Ten Chances, Pick-A-Pair, One Away, Double Prices (for a trailer!). DOUBLE SHOWCASE WIN! Original commercials. [12.1]
* December 15, 2005 (#3454K, taped 11/1): Five Price Tags, Range Game (for a car!), One Wrong Price, Coming or Going, Check-Out, Any Number. Original commercials (including a "Happy Holidays from CBS" promo featuring some of the network's primetime stars and a cameo by the Big Wheel!), video screws up a bit during Segment 2, but highly-recommended! [12.2]
* December 16, 2005 (#3455K, taped 11/2): Cover Up, It's In The Bag, Push Over, Secret X, Dice Game, Poker Game. A contestant's aunt was on the Cullen version! Original commercials. [12.3]
* December 19, 2005 (#3461K, taped 11/8): Golden Road, Half Off, Freeze Frame, Barker's Bargain Bar, Dice Game, Pick-A-Pair. Original commercials, begins at end of Segment 5 due to a Presidential Press Conference. [12.5]
* December 20, 2005 (#3462K, taped 11/7): Lucky $even, It's In The Bag, Cliff Hangers, Clock Game, One Away, Coming or Going. Original commercials, first two seconds missing, ends during credits. [12.6]
* December 21, 2005 (#3463K, taped 11/7): Range Game, 3 Strikes, Most Expensive, Punch-A-Bunch, Money Game, Hit Me. Original commercials, first few seconds missing. [12.7]
* December 22, 2005 (#3464K, taped 11/9): Plinko, Any Number, 2 For the Price of 1 (for a car!), Double Prices, Bullseye '76, That's Too Much. Original commercials, first few seconds missing, video hiccups at times, white lines appear on the screen occasionally, audio gets really bad during parts of Segments 2, 4, and 8-10. [13.1]
* December 23, 2005 (#3465K, taped 11/10): Triple Play (third car is a Cadillac!), Grand Game, Push Over, Switch? (for two trips), Cover Up, Secret X. Original commercials, first few seconds missing, local traffic closure crawl during Showcase #1, white lines appear onscreen occasionally. [13.2]

WHO WANTS TO BE A MILLIONAIRE? (Meredith Vieira)
* November 26, 2004: Begins with EDDIE TIMANUS (who hits on Meredith!) at $50,000. 4/1/05 repeat, with commercials. [2.4]
* September 11, 2006 (Season Premiere): Begins with Nishi St. John at $100. Repeat from 9/10/07 repeat with commercials, about 20 seconds of Nishi's interview missing [40.5]
* March 5, 2007 (Al Roker hosts, Day 1): Begins with Pam Murray at $100. TWO contestants get embarrassed by Ask the Audience! Original commercials, not-so-good video. [21.1]
* March 6, 2007 (Al Roker hosts, Day 2): Begins with Dave Lattimer at $8,000. More embarrassing uses of Ask the Audience! Original commercials, audio/video is almost nonexistent for first 13 minutes. [21.2]
* March 7, 2007 (Al Roker hosts, Day 3): Begins with Kingslea Bueltel at $25,000. A contestant insults Al while answering a question! Original commercials. [21.3]
* March 9, 2007 (Al Roker hosts, Finale): Begins with Lisa Gray at $4,000. Original commercials. [21.4]
* May 15, 2007 (Tom Bergeron hosts, Day 2): Begins with Rob Wright at $8,000. Tom reveals how he got to host the show, and the second contestant has some strange stories to tell! Original commercials, slightly grainy-but-watchable video. [31.1]
* May 18, 2007 (Tom Bergeron hosts, Finale): Begins with Valerie McFarland at $4,000. Two pretty bad players today, and Tom says goodbye after the last commercial break! Original commercials, slightly grainy-but-watchable video with some quality problems at points (a storm occurred while I was recording this). [31.4]
* June 25, 2007 (Tim Vincent hosts, Day 1): Begins with Barbee Callander at $100. Even more fun with Ask the Audience! Original commercials, grainy-but-watchable video. [36.1]
* June 26, 2007 (Tim Vincent hosts, Day 2): Begins with Ashley Myers at $4,000. Second contestant is REALLY energetic! Original commercials, grainy-but-watchable video. [36.2]
* June 27, 2007 (Tim Vincent hosts, Day 3): Begins with Alan Templeton at $100. Original commercials, grainy-but-watchable video. [36.3]
* June 28, 2007 (Tim Vincent hosts, Day 4): Begins with Pony Winterhart at $4,000. Original commercials, grainy-but-watchable video. [36.7]
* June 29, 2007 (Tim Vincent hosts, Finale): Begins with Jen MacNeil at $4,000. Second contestant offers to give Tim pointers on how to host the show...bit late for that. Original commercials, grainy-but-watchable video. [36.10]
* September 10, 2007 (Season Premiere): Begins with Peggy Rees at $100. Original commercials, first minute or so missing. [40.4]
* September 28, 2007: Begins with Cynthia Robbins at $50,000. Original commercials, intro missing due to a commercial, first three questions or so missing due to a local Breaking News report, end of show missing due to another local Breaking News report. [44.1]
* November 5, 2007 (Grand Giveaway, Day 1): Begins with Gabe Castellanos at $2,000. Original commercials. [49.12]
* November 6, 2007 (Grand Giveaway, Day 2): Begins with Rachel Watson at $4,000. Second contestant is REALLY bad! Original commercials. [50.2]
* November 7, 2007 (Grand Giveaway, Day 3): Begins with Andre Boustani at $50,000. Original commercials. [50.5]
* November 8, 2007 (Grand Giveaway, Day 4): Begins with Wayne Scott at $16,000. Next player wants to dispel a myth that seniors aren't that smart, and he probably would've if one of his questions wasn't pretty much stacked directly against him... Original commercials, VERY grainy-but-watchable video (ends when the second contestant comes out) that screws up at times. [50.8]
* November 9, 2007 (Grand Giveaway, Finale): Begins with Alison McBain at $4,000. Cast and crew celebrate the 1,000th episode during the credits with a special cake that looks like the show's logo! Original commercials, highly recommended! [50.12]
* January 30, 2008: Begins with Julia Webb at $100. Original commercials, video screws up at times. [56.1]
* March 4, 2008 (Dave Price hosts, Day 2): Begins with Nate Jones at $2,000. Original commercials, grainy-but-watchable video that screws up at times. [56.14]
* March 5, 2008 (Dave Price hosts, Day 3): Begins with Tamiko Bell-Bacchus at $500. Dave makes fun at the un-random randomness of the 50:50 - which may be why it was ousted after this season! Original commercials, pretty grainy-but-watchable video that screws up for about 80% of the episode. [57.1]
*-March 6, 2008 (Dave Price hosts, Day 4): Begins with Chris Keating at $4,000. Original commercials, slightly grainy-but-watchable video that screws up occasionally, video goes to static and makes a sound 16 times at the beginning of the second-to-last segment. [57.3]
* March 7, 2008 (Dave Price hosts, Finale): Begins with Charlie Esser at $50,000. Original commercials, slightly grainy-but-watchable video that screws up occasionally. [57.5]

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NEW, AS OF 4/9/11

THE PRICE IS RIGHT (Bob Barker/Season 34)
* November 7, 2005 (#3401K/13391D, taped 9/1): 2 For the Price of 1, Hole In One, Freeze Frame, Secret X, Cover Up, Most Expensive. CLOSE Showcase results! Original commercials, video screws up at times, audio/video really screws up twice in Segment 2. [8.1]
* November 8, 2005 (#3402K/13392D, taped 9/5): Range Game, Pocket ¢hange, Plinko, Switch?, Bullseye '76, That's Too Much. Bob mentions Dorothy Jo! DOUBLE OVERBID! Original commercials, video screws up at times, audio/video really screws up almost continuously for a brief period in Segment 4. [8.2]
* November 9, 2005 (#3403K/13393D, taped 9/5): Golden Road, Cliff Hangers, One Wrong Price, Pick-A-Pair, Card Game, Flip Flop. DOUBLE OVERBID! Original commercials, video screws up at times. [8.3]
* November 10, 2005 (#3404K/13394D, taped 9/6): Lucky $even, Push Over (for A CAR!), Barker's Markers, Grocery Game, Pathfinder, One Right Price. Original commercials, video screws up at times (through Segment 2, replaced by occasional brief hiccuping). [8.4]
* November 11, 2005 (#3405K/13395D, taped 9/7): Safe Crackers (goodbye, classic reveal...), It's In The Bag, Dice Game (second die stands on end for two seconds!), Double Prices, Five Price Tags, Danger Price. Original commercials, video screws up at times (stops during Segment 3, replaced by occasional brief hiccuping). [8.5]
* November 14, 2005 (#3411K/13401D, taped 9/8): Barker's Bargain Bar, Temptation ($9,483), Plinko, Side By Side, Any Number, Now....Or Then (9/96). Contestant bids $30 on his Showcase! Original commercials, video occasionally hiccups, first portion of Segment 6 cut out due to an overrunning CBS HDTV slide. [8.6]

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NEW, AS OF 3/27/11

DEFINITION (Jim Perry/Celebrity-Contestant, 1975-85)
* Late 1985 (Tuesday): Dan Matheson and Pat Marsden. First Game: Victoria vs. Joanne (Game 3). A puzzle is solved with only ONE LETTER showing, but another takes FIVE MINUTES to solve! Repeat from 7/1/86, somewhat "underwatery" audio. [D-26.5]

THE PRICE IS RIGHT (Bob Barker/Season 34)
* September 26, 2005 (#3341K/13331D, taped 6/23): with a number of weirdos; Triple Play (STUPID!), Half Off (IUFB is quite funny, but it's not the item itself :), Coming Or Going, Barker's Bargain Bar (recognize the $2,000 card?), Dice Game (GREAT player!), Grocery Game. $1,000 win in a VERY weird Showcase Showdown! Original commercials. [4.6]
* September 28, 2005 (#3343K/13333D, taped 6/27): Credit Card (now with Dom Casual labels), Pocket ¢hange, Squeeze Play, Grand Game, Master Key (Perfect Bid!), One Right Price. DOUBLE OVERBID! Original commercials. [5.2]
* September 29, 2005 (#3344K/13334D, taped 6/28): Flip Flop, Ten Chances (now with Dom Casual labels), Cliff Hangers, Switch?, One Away, Now....Or Then (9/96). $1,000 win! Original commercials. [5.3]
* September 30, 2005 (#3345K/13335D, taped 6/29): Most Expensive (for THREE TRIPS!), It's In The Bag, Spelling Bee, Double Prices, Danger Price (now with Dom Casual labels), That's Too Much. Original commercials, brief audio dropouts during Game #3. [5.4]
* October 3, 2005 (#3351K/13341D, taped 6/30): Clearance Sale, Pathfinder, Freeze Frame, Bullseye '76, Line 'Em Up, One Right Price (Jade grew a bicep!). Original commercials, including a Premiere promo for Close To Home! [5.5]
* October 4, 2005 (#3352K/13342D, taped 7/11): Swap Meet, Hole In One, Check Game, Secret X, Money Game, Pick-A-Number (All Overbid TWICE!). $1,000 win, and CLOSE Showcase results! Original commercials, begins during Segment 5 due to a Bush speech. [5.7]
* October 5, 2005 (#3353K/13343D, taped 7/11): Plinko, Make Your Move, One Away, Double Prices, Check-Out, Dice Game. Original commercials, local news crawl at the bottom of the screen for first 26 seconds and just before Game #2, video screws up occasionally. [6.1]
* October 6, 2005 (#3354K/13344D, taped 7/12): Safe Crackers, Punch-A-Bunch (last playing with the '87 picture/bill), Card Game, Take Two (all four prices are exposed at the same time!), Pass The Buck, Squeeze Play. $1,000 win! Original commercials, occasional video screwups through part of Segment 5, occasional audio problems during Segments 2-5. [6.2]
* October 7, 2005 (#3355K/13345D, taped 7/13): 2 For the Price of 1, Let 'Em Roll, Bonkers (Bobalicious?), Any Number, Range Game, Poker Game (STUPID!). I've heard of giving Bob hugs, but... SKUNKED SHOW! Original commercials. [6.3]
* October 10, 2005 (#3361K/13351D, taped 7/14): Lucky $even, Grand Game, Magic # (now with Dom Casual labels, and WATCH OUT BOB!), Shell Game, Cover Up, Coming Or Going. Original commercials. [6.4]
* October 11, 2005 (#3362K/13352D, taped 7/18): Clock Game, Cliff Hangers, One Away, Double Prices, It's In The Bag, Any Number. Original commercials. [6.5]
* October 12, 2005 (#3363K/13353D, taped 7/18): Step Up, Pocket ¢hange (only time the envelope holder is used for over two years!), Squeeze Play, Bonus Game, Money Game, Hit Me (Brande helps the contestant win!). $1,000 win! Original commercials. [6.6]
* October 13, 2005 (#3364K/13354D, taped 7/19): Five Price Tags, Push Over (for A CAR!), Barker's Markers, Pick-A-Pair, Flip Flop, Dice Game. Original commercials, video screws up occasionally. [7.1]
* October 14, 2005 (#3365K/13355D, taped 7/20): Golden Road, Grocery Game, Plinko, Most Expensive, That's Too Much, Barker's Bargain Bar. Original commercials, video screws up occasionally (but stops completely during Segment 3). [7.2]
* October 18, 2005 (#3372K/13362D, taped 7/25): One Wrong Price, Cover Up, Punch-A-Bunch (debut of Bob's last $10,000 bill/picture!), Double Prices, Hi-Lo, Line 'Em Up. $1,000 win! Original commercials, open through description of IUFB #1 cut out due to a local weather report. [7.4]
* October 19, 2005 (#3373K/13363D, taped 7/25): Half Off, Three Strikes (OUCH!), Coming Or Going, Most Expensive, Dice Game (STUPID!), Bullseye '76. Original commercials, portion of Game #1 cut out due to a local weather report (comes back before the end result), ends during credits. [7.5]
* October 21, 2005 (#3375K/13365D, taped 7/27): Shopping Spree (STUPID!), Clock Game, Let 'Em Roll, Plinko, Card Game, Barker's Bargain Bar. GREAT episode, including a $1,000 win! Original commercials, opening through IUFB #1 cut out due to a local weather report (returns before the winner comes up the stairs), portion of Game #1 very briefly interrupted by a clip from Martha. [7.6]
* November 3, 2005 (#3394K/13384D, taped 8/30 and aired 9/27): Danger Price (STUPID!), Let 'Em Roll, Switch?, Pick-A-Number, Money Game, Punch-A-Bunch. A contestant's shirt mentions Johnny Olson's Princess Show! Original commercials. [5.1]
* November 4, 2005 (#3395K/13385D, taped 8/31 and aired 10/17): Swap Meet, Bonkers, Pass The Buck, Barker's Bargain Bar (for TWO TRIPS!), Bonus Game (Perfect!), Line 'Em Up. $1,000 win! Original commercials, video screws up occasionally. [7.3]

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NEW, AS OF 10/18/10

THE PRICE IS RIGHT (Bob Barker/Season 34)
* September 19, 2005 (#3331K/13321D/Season Premiere, taped 6/19): Golden Road, Half Off, Push Over, Switch?, Dice Game, Pick-A-Pair. Original commercials, open through description of IUFB #1 and IUFB #5 through first half of Dice Game cut out due to local weather reports. [4.1]
* September 20, 2005 (#3332K/13322D, taped 6/20): Lucky $even, Plinko, Clock Game, Shopping Spree, Let 'Em Roll, Barker's Bargain Bar. DOUBLE SHOWCASE WIN! Original commercials, open through description of IUFB #1 cut out due to local weather reports, one-second blackout during Game #3. [4.2]
* September 21, 2005 (#3333K/13323D, taped 6/20): Range Game, Three Strikes, Grand Game, Easy As 1-2-3, Five Price Tags, Coming Or Going. Original commercials, including a promo for Martha Behind Bars! [4.3]
* September 22, 2005 (#3334K/13324D, taped 6/21): Money Game, Punch-A-Bunch, Race Game ($7,602), Check Game, Pass The Buck, One Right Price. DOUBLE OVERBID! Original commercials. [4.4]
* September 23, 2005 (#3335K/13325D, taped 6/22): Squeeze Play, Any Number, It's In The Bag, One Wrong Price, Switcheroo (GREAT segment!), Freeze Frame. Original commercials, ends during credits. [4.5]

WHEEL OF FORTUNE (Sajak-White/Syndicated, 1983-Present)
* April 1, 2005 (Surfin' Safari, Finale): Jon vs. Bronwen vs. Karen. Includes an end-of-week giveaway tally by Pat. Original commercials. [2.8]
* September 10, 2007 (Season Premiere/Let's Party!, Day 1): Alan vs. Amanda vs. Jill. Not a great way to start off... Original commercials, first two minutes or so cut off, average quality for first half. [40.9]
* September 11, 2007 (Let's Party!, Day 2): Ann vs. Sarah vs. Richard. Original commercials. [40.12]
* September 28, 2007 (Weekend Getaways, Finale): Angel vs. Kathy vs. Mike. Pat wonders why the Bonus Wheel is still out...after forgetting it's been done that way for the past two years. Original commercials, VERY grainy-but-watchable video that isn't the best quality. [44.6]
* October 1, 2007 (Spa Sanctuary, Day 1): Jesse vs. Calandra vs. Angela. Features an embarrassingly-bad decision in Round 3. Classic Clip: Pat & Vanna screw up promos. Original commercials, not-so-good video. [44.10]
* October 9, 2007 (Made In The USA, Day 2): Deborah vs. Christine vs. Scott. Somebody really cleans up! Original commercials. [45.5]
* October 10, 2007 (Made In The USA, Day 3): Kate vs. Allison vs. Aaron. Vanna tells a joke (I think that's what it was) during the end segment. Classic Clip: Pat & Vanna in a hot tub. Original commercials, video screws up at times. [46.1]
* October 11, 2007 (Made In The USA, Day 4): Lindsey vs. Barbara vs. Rory. REALLY close Bonus Round, with Pat nearly forgetting to open the envelope. Original commercials. [46.4]
* October 12, 2007 (Made In The USA, Finale): Justina vs. Manny vs. Erika. EASY Bonus Round missed! Original commercials, monochrome video throughout until closing credits (where the color flickers for about 25 seconds). [46.8]
* October 29, 2007 (V.I.P., Day 1): Amy vs. Jason vs. Leslie. Classic Clip: Contestant, then Vanna, slaps Pat's butt (2003). AWESOME Bonus Round solve! Original commercials. [48.5]
* November 2, 2007 (V.I.P., Finale): Russell vs. Jessica vs. Kerry. EASY Bonus Round missed! Classic Clip: The trip to Radio City Music Hall, with DON PARDO announcing (11/14-25/88). Original commercials. [49.10]
* December 24, 2007 (Happy Holidays, Day 1): Patrick vs. Debra vs. Megan. Classic Clip: Pat's Premiere (12/28/81), with a reunion of those first contestants and a couple of references the show usually won't admit. Original commercials, VERY grainy-but-watchable that screws up at times and is monochrome throughout (aside from a few color flickers and half of Round 2) including the final segment (in which the "screwing-up" quits). [53.4]
* December 31, 2007 (Broadway, Day 1): JENNY SHOTWELL vs. Jaimi vs. Clementine. Game show-related puzzle in Round 3! Classic Clip: Pat cuts Vanna's hair, then she introduces a new style (12/1 and 4/95). Original commercials, plus a bumper promo featuring some black dude dressed as the $5,000 space. [54.6]
* January 2, 2008 (Broadway, Day 3): Tiffany vs. Jennifer vs. Marc. Classic Clip: Pat introduces his twin brother Paul (2000). GREAT final segment with genuine CERAMIC DALMATIANS FROM THE SHOPPING ERA and a plug for the bizarre Wheel Watcher's Club-exclusive Ceramic Dalmatian Bobblehead. Original commercials. [54.8]
* January 7, 2008 (B&B, Day 1): Davina vs. Jonathan vs. Lindsay. A six-round marathon! Classic Clip: Vanna reveals she's wearing a "foundation" (1997). Original commercials, crapload of video problems throughout (ask me for details). [55.4]
* April 1, 2008 (Wheel Around The World, Day 2): Pammy vs. Jana vs. Russ. Foreign Clip: Turkish version. Pat finally admits he wears a hairpiece, and has Vanna remove the offending item. Original commercials, pretty grainy-but-watchable video that screws up at times...not to mention the skew at the top throughout. [58.8]
* April 4, 2008 (Wheel Around The World, Finale): Mary vs. Michelle vs. Rob. Foreign Clip: Italian version. Original commercials, first few seconds cut off. [58.10]

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NEW, AS OF 9/29/10

WORDPLAY
{YT}* January 16, 1987: Stephen Furst, Roseanne Barr, Ned Beatty. Ayofemi (Day 3) vs. Mary. Words: Praxis, Serotine, Obfuscate, Recalcitrant, Holus-Bolus, Apocryphal, Venal, Postprandial, Higgler. Includes Contestant Plug, first two seconds cut off, slightly muffled audio. [D-26.4]
* January 1987: Marc Price, LeAnne Henley, Christopher Hewitt. Barry (Day 2) vs. Janet. Words: Drabble, Eponym, Compunction, Tractable, Snollygoster, Oneirocritic, Boffin, Bourne, Endemic. Includes a "Car-Azy February" promo and Contestant Plug, low/muffled audio throughout. [D-26.3]
* September 2, 1987 (3rd-to-last): Jimmy Aleck, Marsha Warfield, Jamie Farr. Carrie (Day 2) vs. Lori. Words: Embrocation, Quell, Limitrophe, Oblecation, Logy, Arbiter, Purloin, Scient, Mouchoir. Includes a local promo for The New Newlywed Game! [D-26.1]
* September 4, 1987 ("There's an audience out there!"/Finale): Jimmy Aleck, Marsha Warfield, Jamie Farr. John vs. Elizabeth. Words: Gimble, Mete, Bobadil, Malinger, Ort, Nimrod, Haruspication, Slaky, Itinerant. Includes promos for Scrabble and The Miss America Pageant, plus a GREAT final segment! [D-26.2]

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NEW, AS OF 8/27/10

WHAT'S MY LINE? (Wally Bruner, 1968-72) {underlined name denotes Mystery Guest}
* October 3-7, 1969 (from Week #48, taped 8/28): GENE RAYBURN, Brenda Viccaro, Joanna Barnes, Bennett Cerf. Contestants: Phyllis Buckman, Jackie Willie, Gerald Ford. "Honest Answers" is played! GSN repeat from 2002. [D-24.3 or D-32.3]
* December 15-19, 1969 (from Week #54, taped 10/16): Soupy Sales, Dina Merrill, Mark Russell, Arlene Francis. Contestants: Selita Sue Smith, Arthur Murphy, HUGH DOWNS. GSN repeat from 2002, low audio during portions of Game 2. [D-32.4]

WHO DO YOU TRUST? (Johnny Carson/Bill Nimmo, 1958-59?)
* September 9, 1958: John & Lorraine Burns (for $2,500) vs. Lucille Rivers & Carl Koffell? (continued from previous episode). A contestant gets locked in an isolation booth! Includes Contestant Plug! [D-34.6]

WINTUITION
* December 26, 2002 (#14): Matt vs. Shana vs. Kenneth. Repeat from 3/20/03, ends after Fifth Grade question. [34.3]

WIPEOUT (Peter Tomarken, 1988-89)
* October 31, 1988 (#36): Pamela vs. Lisa vs. Mark. CAR WIN! Includes a Win, Lose, Or Draw promo and a Ticket Plug! Low audio at times, part of Challenge Round #2 cut out, ends during credits. [D-29.1]

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NEW, AS OF 6/15/10

THE PRICE IS RIGHT (CBS Daytime/Hour-Long {Seasons 4-33}, 1975-2005)
* January 26, 1996 (#9825D): Range Game, Split Decision, Punch-A-Bunch, Most Expensive, Ten Chances (STUPID!), Super Saver (5th-to-last Playing). Features Bryan's infamous $5,000 gamble, and a DOUBLE OVERBID! [22.4]
* February 15, 1996 (#9854D): Lucky $even, Hit Me (PERFECTO!), Switch?, Shopping Spree (3rd Playing), Pathfinder, Clock Game. ADAM SANDLER appears to promote Happy Gilmore! [23.2]
* April 8, 1996 (#9931D): Split Decision, Hi-Lo, Shopping Spree (10th Playing), Double Prices, Plinko, Money Game. Shopping Spree is impossible to lose! [22.5, 23.1]
* October 8, 1997 (#0473K/10463D): Money Game, It's In The Bag (2nd Playing), Buy Or Sell, Range Game, Barker's Bargain Bar, Pathfinder. Features a blind contestant named George, and an idiot named Toni who blatantly doesn't like him. [D-16.1]
* October 5, 1998 (#0841K/10831D): Danger Price, Line 'Em Up, Now....Or Then (3/87), Double Prices, Plinko ($25,000 Finale), One Away. Several fun contestants, plus a $1,000 win! [D-16.2]
* December 11, 1998 (#0935K/10925D): Cover Up, Race Game ($4,516), Grocery Game, Double Prices, Spelling Bee, 2 For the Price of 1. First 20 seconds or so cut off. [D-16.3,4]
* April 25, 2001 (#1783K/11773D): Shopping Spree, That's Too Much (2nd Playing), Bullseye '76, One Wrong Price, Master Key, Range Game. TWO $1,000 wins! [D-13.1]
* January 7, 2004 (#2753K/12743D, taped 11/17/03; Randy West announces, but Rich Fields does the Consolation Prize Plugs): Lucky $even, Clock Game, Plinko, One Wrong Price (STUPID!), Card Game, Pick-A-Pair. Repeat from 6/21/04 with commercials, audio is slightly muffled, LONG (and unexplainable) gap between first two segments. [29.1]
* April 1, 2005 (#3225K/13215D, taped 3/7): Shell Game, Grand Game, Ten Chances, Barker's Bargain Bar, Money Game, Most Expensive. Bob gets confused twice, plus a pretty freakin' lame April Fool's Showcase. Original commercials, first five seconds or so cut off. [2.3]
* June 13, 2005 (#3321K/13311D): Half Off (STUPID!), Clock Game, Money Game (Perfect!), Most Expensive, Hit Me (PERFECTO!), Cover Up. DOUBLE SHOWCASE WIN! Original commercials, white lines appear on the screen occasionally. [3.2]
* June 14, 2005 (#3322K/13312D/Season 33 Finale): Clearance Sale, Pathfinder, Freeze Frame (Edna wants to nibble Bob's ear!), Check-Out (STUPID!), That's Too Much, Switch?. $1,000 win! Original commercials, white lines appear on the screen occasionally. [3.4]

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NEW, AS OF 6/5/10

TEMPTATION: THE NEW SALE OF THE CENTURY (Rossi Morrealle/Daily Syndication, 2007-08)
* September 10, 2007 (Premiere): Linda vs. Nancy vs. Nicole; Instant Cash: $1,000. Original commercials, first minute or so cut off. [40.3]
* September 11, 2007 (AIRED #2): Desary vs. Sara vs. Lena. Instant Cash: $1,500. Super Knock-Off is about Bob Barker! Original commercials. [40.11]
* September 28, 2007 (AIRED #15): Iris (Day 2) vs. Diane vs. Jodi. Instant Cash: $500. Original commercials, bad-but-watchable video. [44.2]
* November 2, 2007: Last 50 seconds of Ashlyn (Day 2) vs. Tony vs. Angela (Instant Cash: $1,000). [49.7]
* November 9, 2007: Jennifer (Day 4) vs. Tanesha vs. Susy. Instant Cash: $500. A good example of why "You can only buy one prize" is dumb. Original commercials. [50.9]
* November 28, 2007 (Three-Day Tournament II, Finale): Cindy vs. Ingrid vs. Trisha. Instant Cash: $2,000. Original commercials, grainy-but-watchable video that screws up at times. [51.4]
* December 13, 2007: Brittny (Day 2) vs. Gayla vs. Cortney. Instant Cash: $5,000! Original commercials, grainy-but-watchable video that screws up at times. [51.7]
* December 28, 2007 (#1GT028 {or 082}, aired 9/14): MARK COYLE (Day 5) vs. Brenda vs. Shannon. Instant Cash: $5,000! Original commercials. [54.2]
* March 6, 2008 (#1GT004): De Rynn (Day 3) vs. Shamarrah vs. Cynthia. Instant Cash: $1,500. From first taped week, with white pricetags. Original commercials, grainy-but-watchable video that screws up at times (Speed Round #2 through Super Knock-Off cut out due to a local breaking-news report). [57.2]
* March 7, 2008 (#1GT005): Cynthia (Day 2) vs. Ann Marie vs. Kimelia. Instant Cash: $2,000. From first taped week, with white pricetags. Original commercials, VERY grainy-but-watchable video that hiccups occasionally and screws up at times. [57.4]
* April 1, 2008: Nicole (Day 2) vs. Katina vs. Susan. Instant Cash: $500. Bar none, the worst episode of the series! Original commercials, slightly grainy video. [58.2]
* Fall 2007-Spring 2008: Complete final segment, from a repeat aired 7/17/08. [60.8]

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NEW, AS OF 6/2/10

THE PRICE IS RIGHT (CBS Daytime/Hour-Long {Seasons 4-33}, 1975-2005)
* January 20, 1986 (#5961D, taped 12/85; Bob Hilton announces): Super-Ball, DELUXE Dice Game, Most Expensive, Range Game, Any Number, Grand Game. Bob chats with the Beauties, a cameraman trips over a potted plant, and an $11,000 WIN!!! [D-6.2]
* February 11, 1986 (#5992D, taped 12/85; Bob Hilton announces): Barker's Bargain Bar, Super-Ball, One Away (5-digit), One Right Price, Any Number, Hi-Lo. Features a cameo appearance by the current Danger Price set! Crapload of quality problems (including part of Segment 6 being cut out due to a local news report, Segments 9-10 being conjoined twins, and the show ending during the credits) [D-6.3]
* September 12, 1986 (#6175D, taped 6/86): Lucky $even (4-digit), Poker Game, The Phone Home Game, Barker's Bargain Bar, Bonus Game, Three Strikes. A huge win in The Phone Home Game, plus a $1,000 win at the Wheel! GSN broadcast, bottom of screen is pixelated for about 20 seconds during credits [D-6.4]
* March 3, 1989 (#7175D): BUMP, Hole In One, Poker Game, Double Prices, Punch-A-Bunch, One Away (5-digit). Both Punch-A-Bunch and One Away are loaded incorrectly, resulting in big wins! TWO $1,000 wins! First few seconds cut off, first 10 seconds or so of Segment 7 cut off [22.1]
* September 10, 1990 (#7701D/Season 19 Premiere): Golden Road, Plinko, GALLERY GAME (Debut), Barker's Bargain Bar, Dice Game, Bullseye '76. Features an appearance by Mark Goodson, a $1,000 win, and a GREAT closing segment! Slightly-blurry video [43.3]
* September 9, 1991 (#8091D/Season 20 Premiere, taped 7/22): Three Strikes PLUS (for A CORVETTE!), Swap Meet (Debut), Grand Game, Barker's Bargain Bar, Cliff Hangers (for A CONVERTIBLE!), Double Prices. $1,000 win, plus BOB GETS BOOED and another GREAT closing segment! GSN broadcast from 9/1/97, VERY highly-recommended! [43.4]
* September 17, 1991 (#8102D, taped 5/91): Super-Ball, Barker's Bargain Bar, Money Game (4-digit), Make Your Move, Pick-A-Pair, Any Number (5-digit). GSN broadcast, featuring the first taped appearance of the current Money Game board! [22.2]
* November 2, 1992 (#8561D): Clock Game, Master Key, Pick-A-Number, Magic # (6th Playing), One Away, Super Saver. Disc this was copied from fast-forwards during Game #4 and then rewinds; ends during credits [22.3]
* September 12, 1994 (#9261D/Season 23 Premiere): Three Strikes (for A LINCOLN MARK EIGHT!), Barker's Markers (Debut), Grand Game, Range Game, Secret X, Lucky $even. Features a FULL credit roll, with the staff dancing in a conga line! [43.5]

TIC-TAC-DOUGH (NBC Primetime/Jay Jackson, 1957-58)
* April 3, 1958: Michael (Match 18) vs. Martin, Game 6. Categories: Inventions, Civil War, Pot Luck, Invasions, The Bible, The 40's, Presidents, Baseball, Movies. Some VERY obvious rigging going on here... No open, commercials, or credits. [D-27.6]

TREASURE ISLE
* May 20, 1968: Marie/Bill vs. Vicki/John. Original commercials, bright video in the beginning. [D-11.4]

TWENTY-ONE (NBC/Jack Barry, 1956-58)
* December 5, 1956 (#13): Charles Van Doren vs. Herb Stempel (Champ). THE episode where Stempel takes a dive! Original commercials, first few seconds cut off, large black border around the screen for no reason. [D-9.3]

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NEW, AS OF 5/29/10

THE PRICE IS RIGHT (CBS Daytime/Hour-Long {Seasons 4-33}, 1975-2005)
* September 12, 1983 (#4991D/Season 12 Premiere): Range Game (for A CAR!), Danger Price, The Phone Home Game (Debut), Barker's Bargain Bar, Bonus Game (PERFECT!), NEW Card Game. TWO $1,000 wins! GSN broadcast, bad-but-watchable video. [43.1]
* October 16, 1984 (#5442D): Most Expensive, ON THE NOSE: DARTS (Debut of Darts), BALANCE GAME '84, Squeeze Play, Three Strikes, Grand Game. First 20 seconds or so cut off. [43.6]
* September 9, 1985 (#5791D/Season 14 Premiere, taped 5/28): Lucky Seven, NOW....AND THEN (6/77), Barker's Bargain Bar, Race Game ($2,950), Safe Crackers (for A JEEP!), Punch-A-Bunch. Lots of Perfect Bids! GSN "WinTV" broadcast from 10/98. [43.2]

SEVEN KEYS (KTLA, 1960-61)
{YT}* September 22, 1960 (#9): Begins with Sgt. Robert Stewart going for Key #3. Features an appearance by Judy Sherman, plus a Home Viewer Contest Plug! Low audio during parts of Game #1. [D-10.2]

SURVIVOR (China, 2007)
* October 11, 2007: "Ride the Workhorse Till the Tail Falls Off" (begins at Day 10). Original commercials, first two minutes cut off. [46.6]

TAKE A GOOD LOOK (Season One, 1959-60)
* November 12, 1959 (#4): Cesar Romero, Zsa-Zsa Gabor, Jim Backus. VERY fun episode! Original commercials (plus footage of the 1958 Miss America contest!). [D-28.2]

TAKE A GOOD LOOK (Season Two, 1960-61)
* October 27, 1960 (Premiere): Cesar Romero, Edie Adams, Carl Reiner. Filled with horrible, horrible skits -- proof that a great show can go down the crapper very quickly. Original commercials, jumpy-but-watchable video almost throughout. [D-28.3]

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NEW, AS OF 5/25/10

THE PRICE IS RIGHT (CBS Daytime/Hour-Long {Seasons 4-33}, 1975-2005)
* January 28, 1976 (#1783D, taped 1/5): Lucky Seven, Poker Game, Hi-Lo, Shell Game, Most Expensive, Card Game. Problems with Poker Game, and Showcase #1 salutes Mack Sennett! GSN broadcast. [D-15.2]
* March 11, 1976 (#1844D, taped 2/17): Card Game, Hurdles (5th Playing), One Right Price, Any Number, Shell Game, Range Game. TWO $1,000 wins! GSN broadcast, first 30 seconds or so cut off, ends during credits (and replaced by a brief clip of another episode?). [D-15.1]
* September 3, 1976 (#2015D): Bonus Game, Temptation (only $627 in gifts?), Danger Price, Three Strikes, Bullseye '76 (2nd Playing?), Most Expensive. $1,000 win! GSN broadcast, with a promo for The Joker's Wild! [D-14.2]
* September 14, 1977 (#2473D/"The Yolanda Hour", taped 6/27): Clock Game, Secret X (Debut), Any Number, Double Prices, Ten Chances, Hurdles. PAINFUL overbid! GSN broadcast, crapload of minor problems. [42.6]
* November 14, 1977 (#2561D): Bonus Game, Poker Game, PROFESSOR PRICE (Debut), Double Prices, Any Number, Grocery Game (for A CAR!). PERFECT SHOW!!! GSN broadcast, highly-recommended! [42.7]
* February 27, 1980 (#3573D, taped 12/79): Any Number, Take Two, Hi-Lo, Squeeze Play, Cliff Hangers, Dice Game. DOUBLE SHOWCASE WIN! GSN broadcast, VCR counter on screen for first 12 seconds. [D-14.1]
* April 29, 1980 (#3662D, taped 3/31): Lucky Seven, Take Two, Penny Ante, Most Expensive, Ten Chances, TRADER BOB (Debut). Johnny Olson makes a cameo during Most Expensive, plus a $1,000 win! GSN broadcast. [D-5.6]
* June 20, 1980 (#3735D, taped 5/19): Hi-Lo, Lucky Seven, Poker Game, Barker's Bargain Bar, Money Game, Cliff Hangers. VANNA WHITE is a contestant! GSN broadcast from 9/1/97. [D-5.5]
* November 10, 1980 (#3861D, taped 9/24): Shell Game ($500 BONUS WIN!), Danger Price, Dice Game, Most Expensive, Grand Game (8th Playing!), Range Game. The famous "first Grand Game win"! GSN broadcast, highly-recommended! [43.7]
* February 3, 1981 (#3982D): Danger Price, Hole In One, Clock Game, Squeeze Play, Super-Ball (Debut), Money Game. GSN broadcast. [43.8]
* February 12, 1981 (#3994D): Range Game, Poker Game, Hole In One (for A $14,000+ VAN!), Barker's Bargain Bar, Ten Chances, Secret X. Former pro-wrestler Douglas "Ox" Baker is a contestant! GSN broadcast. [D-6.1]
* January 28, 1982 (#4374D): Lucky Seven, Barker's Bargain Bar, Check-Out (Debut), Race Game ($3,348), Give Or Keep, Any Number. GSN broadcast, with studio counter on-screen for five seconds in Segment 1; also, a promo for Password Plus! [42.8]

SET FOR LIFE
* July 20, 2007 (Premiere): Chris ($4,625/month), then Sheneese ($2,900/month). Original commercials, not-so-good video. [28.4]
* August 3, 2007 (#3): Shane (returning with $174,000 {5 years @ $2,900/month}), then Jason ($3,300/month). HORRENDOUS Game 2! Original commercials, not-so-good video. [38.1]
* August 10, 2007 (#4): Gary ($2,000/month), then Stephanie ($3,625/month). Original commercials. [38.2]
* August 17, 2007 (#5): Michael ($2,800/month), then Taye ($2,700/month). Features the biggest winner of the series! Original commercials. [38.6]
* August 24, 2007 (#6): Taye (returning with $162,000 {5 years @ $2,700/month}), Ed ($2,900/month), Tad ($3,700/month). Original commercials, plus FULL credit roll! [39.4]
* August 31, 2007 (Unannounced Finale): Tad (returning with $133,200 {3 years @ $3,700/month}), then Marina ($2,300/month). Original commercials, not-so-good video, and tons of stalling...but highly-recommended! [39.5]

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NEW, AS OF 5/19/10

SUPER PASSWORD (1984-89)
* February 16, 1989: BETTY WHITE & McLean Stevenson. Cristy vs. Wendy (Champ), continued from previous episode. Tons of fun moments, plus a Contestant Plug! [D-30.2]

MILLION-DOLLAR PASSWORD (2008-09)
* June 1, 2008 (taped 3/08): Premiere (106)! Rachael Ray & Neil Patrick Harris. Josh vs. Melanie, then Alexis vs. Eric. Original commercials, slightly-grainy video that screws up at times [59.6]
* June 12, 2008 (taped 3/08): #3 (102) -- BETTY WHITE & Suzie Essman. Steve vs. Nadia, then Karin vs. Linda. Repeat from 8/3/08 with commercials, pretty grainy-but-watchable video that screws up at times, but EXTREMELY-highly recommended! [60.10]

PRESS YOUR LUCK (1983-86)
* September 19, 1983 (Premiere, taped 9/10): Lana vs. Linda vs. Phil. An exciting beginning to a fantastic series! Some original commercials, first few seconds cut off, ends during credits. [D-21.3]
* September 22, 1983 (#4): Jim vs. Robert (Day 2) vs. Terri. Original commercials and a Contestant Plug! Ends during credits. [D-21.4]
* September 23, 1983 (#5): Dave vs. Shirley vs. Robert (Day 3). Peter stops at a Whammy in his demo spin! Original commercials. [D-21.5]
* September 27, 1983 (#7, taped 9/16): Debby vs. Maggie vs. Harold. Peter stops at a Whammy in his demo spin! Original commercials, ends during credits. [D-21.6]
* September 28, 1983 (#8): Donna vs. Rocco vs. Maggie (Day 2). Original commercials, ends slightly after credits. [D-21.7]
* September 29, 1983 (#9): RANDY WEST vs. Pam vs. Maggie (Day 3). ZERO Whammies hit in Round 1! Original commercials, plus Ticket and Contestant Plugs and a FULL credit roll! Ends late in the credits. [D-21.8]
* September 30, 1983 (#10): RANDY WEST (Day 2) vs. Kathy vs. Alan. Peter stops at a Whammy in his demo spin! CAR WIN! Original commercials, including a self-promo! [D-21.9]

WHAMMY! THE ALL-NEW PRESS YOUR LUCK (2002-03)
* March 20, 2003: #77 (2012, aired #70) -- Aaron vs. Eric vs. Taline. BIG BANK BROKEN! Original commercials, hissing-type sound throughout (but very watchable). [34.2]

THE PRICE IS RIGHT (ABC Primetime, 1963-64)
* August 28, 1964 (3rd-to-last): Mrs. Russell (Week 3) vs. Mrs. Gasser vs. Mr. Burnette vs. Audrey Meadows. Bill plugs (and insults!) Bid It Right: The Price is Right Card Game! No commercials or Home Viewer Showcase drawing, video is somewhat purple-tinted. [D-5.1 {first 1:02 on 14.6 as well}]

THE PRICE IS RIGHT (CBS Daytime/Half-Hour, 1972-75)
* September 4, 1972 (#0101-1/0011D, taped 8/19): PREMIERE! Any Number, Bonus Game, Double Prices. Studio master with original commercials, first second or two cut off, and bad-but-watchable video turns monochrome at times. [41.1]
* September 5, 1972 (#0101-4/0012D, taped 8/21): Grocery Game, Bullseye '72, Double Prices. Studio master with original commercials, fades out DURING credits. [41.2]
* September 6, 1972 (#0013D{R}, taped 8/26): Grocery Game, Bullseye '72 (for A BOAT!), Double Prices. Studio master with original commercials AND SLATE! [41.3]
* September 7, 1972 (#0101-3/0014D, taped 8/20): Any Number, Bonus Game, Double Prices. Studio master with original commercials AND SLATE! [41.4]
* September 8, 1972 (#0101-5/0015D, taped 8/21): Grocery Game, Bullseye '72, Double Prices. The notorious Boo-Boo! Studio master with original commercials AND SLATE, fades out DURING credits. [41.5]
* September 28, 1972 (#0044D, taped 9/17): Grocery Game, DOUBLE BULLSEYE (3rd Playing), Double Prices. GSN broadcast, ends during credits. [42.3]
* October 19, 1972 (#0074D, taped 10/8): Five Price Tags, Grocery Game, Most Expensive (2nd Playing). Features a SAINT BERNARD PUPPY! GSN broadcast with Club AM segment following Game #3, VCR counter onscreen for first few seconds. [D-6.5]
* November 17, 1972 (#0115D, taped 11/10): Grocery Game, Five Price Tags, Double Prices. More problems in the Showcase! Taped during a strike, hence the sucky camera work. CBS "Classic" from 2/29/00, not-so-good video. [42.1]
* January 4, 1973 (#0184D, taped 12/10/72): Money Game (2nd Playing), Give Or Keep (2nd Playing), Double Prices. GSN broadcast, most of credits cut out. [42.2]
* January 25, 1973 (#0214D, taped 1/14): ;onus Game, Money Game, Clock Game. SKUNKED SHOW! GSN broadcast. [D-13.2]
* January 29, 1973 (#0221D, taped 1/20): Five Price Tags, Grocery Game, Double Prices. I don't know the airdate, but this is the earliest known instance of Double Prices at Door #3. GSN broadcast. [D-13.3]
* May 8, 1973 (#0362D, taped 4/1): Hi-Lo, DOUBLE DIGITS (4th Playing), Range Game ($100 range). VERY emotional Showcase winner! GSN broadcast. [43.9]
* August 30, 1973 (#0524D, taped 8/6): Give Or Keep, Money Game, Clock Game. Features a COCKER SPANIEL PUPPY! GSN broadcast. [42.4]
* August 16, 1974 (#1025D, taped 8/5): Any Number, Give Or Keep, Clock Game. CBS "Classic" from 2/24/98, video screws up occasionally (mostly during Game #1 and Segment 2). [42.5]
* March 5, 1975 (#1313D, taped 2/75): Five Price Tags, Double Prices, Hi-Lo. Features a brief, but funny, error in Showcase #2. DOUBLE OVERBID! GSN broadcast. [D-14.4]
* March 13, 1975 (#1324D, taped 2/75): SHELL GAME, Double Prices, Any Number. Features a VERY bizarre moment during the Showcase reveals... GSN broadcast, first 15 seconds or so cut off. [D-15.3]
* April 15, 1975 (#1372D, taped 3/24): LUCKY SEVEN, Hi-Lo, Range Game. Features the origin of the "Bob makes up history" commercial! GSN broadcast from 1997, with a promo for What's My Line? [D-14.3]
* May 23, 1975 (#1425D, taped 4/75): Clock Game, Give Or Keep, Any Number. CBS "Classic" from 2/27/02, first 10 seconds or so cut off, five seconds cut out of last segment. [D-5.7]

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NEW, AS OF 5/13/10

1 VS. 100
* January 4, 2008 (Season 2 Premiere): Katherine vs. 100 Men, then Jason vs. 100 Women. The only million-dollar win! Original commercials, crapload of quality problems (but still very watchable). [55.3]

SUPER PAY CARDS! (1981-82)
* Late 1981 (blue payoff table): Brian vs. Doreen, and Round 2 is "Strategy". Audience Game is for a fire escape ladder?! [D-31.1]
* Late 1981 (blue payoff table): Martin vs. Jeannette, and Round 2 is "Two-Three-Four-Five". Audience Game is for an automatic can opener and knife sharpener. HORRIBLE episode where Round 3 is rendered pointless! [D-31.2]
* 1981-82 (blue payoff table): David vs. Blossom, and Round 2 is "Four Of A Kind". Audience Game is for an automatic can opener and knife sharpener. Audio/video is slightly off, visual is bright at times. [D-31.3]
* 1981-82 (blue payoff table): Lennard vs. Gail, and Round 2 is "Strategy". Audience Game is for a popcorn popper. Audio/video is slightly off, ends during credits. [D-31.4]
* Late 1981 (yellow payoff table, superimposed credits): Mark vs. Ann Marie, and Round 2 is "Four Of A Kind". Very good episode! [D-31.7]
* Early 1982? (yellow payoff table, superimposed credits): Darnley vs. Fran, and Round 2 is "Two-Three-Four-Five". Audience Game is for a flash camera. $5,000 WIN! Bad-but-watchable video, but highly-recommended! [D-31.5]
* Early 1982? (yellow payoff table, regular credits): Mitchell (total moron) vs. Helen, and Round 2 is "Strategy". Audience Game is played with TWO people! $5,000 WIN! Ends during credits. [D-31.6]

PEOPLE ARE FUNNY (Art Linkletter, 1954-60)
* July 6, 1957: First contestant is a boy. First Stunt: Borrow $1.00 from a friend over the phone. Special Guest: Taylor Holmes (who plays a To Tell The Truth-esque game!). Original commercials. [D-28.1]

POWER OF 10
* August 15, 2007 (#2): Kathleen at $1,000, then Eric vs. Mandy. Includes the very funny "Come On FEMA, Where's Our Money?" Original commercials, highly recommended! [38.5]
* August 22, 2007 (#3): Dewey at $100,000, then Will vs. Julie. Original commercials. [39.3]
* January 2, 2008 (Season 2 Premiere/6th-to-last): Begins with Tony vs. Grinol. Fifth question insults Drew! Original commercials. [54.10]

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NEW, AS OF 4/24/10

NATIONAL BINGO NIGHT
* May 18, 2007 (Premiere): Bingo 500, Win The VIN, Wedding Game. Original commercials, three-second blackout during explanation of Game #2. [31.5]

THE NEWLYWED GAME (ABC Daytime, 1966-74)
* 1972: Paul/Emma vs. Robert/Shannon vs. Archie/Sandra vs. Pete/Bev. "What is the last thing you commemorated?" GSN broadcast (first few seconds cut off, pre-2004 credit crunch). [D-32.1]
* December 20, 1974 (Finale/Reunion Day): Lore/Frey vs. Kenny/Debbie vs. Tim/Sandy vs. Jay/Francine. GSN repeat from 12/31/99, with introduction by Charles Nelson Reilly. [D-32.2]

THE NEW NEWLYWED GAME (Bob Eubanks/Yellow Set, 1985-87)
* 1986: Complete final segment, with credits; Ray/Celeste vs. Paul/Rose vs. Adonis/Donna vs. McConnell?/Lisa. GSN repeat from 3/20/03. [34.1]

THE OBJECT IS... (Two-Celebrity/Contestant Format)
* March 26, 1964 (#64-OBJ-64/2nd-to-last): Joan Caulfield & Stubby Kaye. Nola (Champ) vs. Leonard, with Stephanie playing later. Original commercials. [D-11.8]

OH MY WORD (KGO, 1965-66)
* November 13, 1965 (#OMW-L5, taped 11/3): Merla Zellerbach, Paul Speegle, Kathryn Ish, Scott Beach. Buddy Greco vs. Sal Mineo. Studio master WITH SLATE! [D-10.4]

OKAY, MOTHER
* July 18, 1950: First game is Mother-Grams. Special Guest: Judith Doniger. Original commercials, VERY highly recommended! [D-27.1]

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NEW, AS OF 4/22/10

MY GENERATION
* March 1998 (early episode): Mark/Chuck (1968) vs. Rhandi/Mike (1984). [D-17.4]

THE NAME'S THE SAME (Robert Q. Lewis, 1951-54)
* July 7, 1953: Carl Reiner, Joan Alexander, Gene Rayburn. Special Guest: Peter Lawford. GSN broadcast. [D-29.7]
* July 28, 1953: Full segment (6 minutes, 23 seconds); Carl Reiner, Joan Alexander, Bill Stern. GSN broadcast. [D-32.7]
* August 4, 1953: Full segment (7 minutes, 26 seconds); Carl Reiner, Joan Alexander, Bill Stern. GSN broadcast. [D-32.8]

THE NAME'S THE SAME (Bob Elliott & Ray Goulding, 1955)
* April 25, 1955: Roger Price, Audrey Meadows, Walter Slezak, Laraine Day. Special Guest: Emmett Kelly. Original commercials, plus Ticket and Contestant Plugs! [D-28.4]

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NEW, AS OF 2/24/10

THE MOMENT OF TRUTH
* January 30, 2008 (#2): Begins with George Ortuzar at Question #8. Original commercials. [56.3]

MONOPOLY
* August 11, 1990 (#9): Chris vs. Helen vs. Victor. Original commercials, ends during credits. [D-8.3]


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