Welcome to my collection pages. All details of all my
episodes are listed here, along with the following codes:

GSN - Game Show Network rerun
GTV - Game TV Canada
USA - USA Network rerun
FAM/CBN - Family Channel or CBN rerun
BUZZR - Buzzr game show channel
SM - Studio Master
OB - Original Broadcast
OC - Original Commercials
(in some cases OB shows also have OC, but may not be marked that way).
BW - Black and White
RPT - Repeat on a local station or cable channel after regular run
Wild Feed - These are feeds to local stations for later airing recorded straight from my C-Band satellite dish

The date is the original air date (if known). In some cases, it's the date the show was taped.

Video on about 95% of the shows is good to excellent. The ones with poor video are marked that way.
NOTE: I'm almost through with the process of converting everything to DVD; and it's now much easier for me to dub shows onto DVD rather than videotape


# & A-F SHOWS


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)


1 vs 100 (Carrie Ann Inaba)
--early 2011 - Jill wins $10,000 (GSN)


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)
--Nov 1989 - Marsha Warfiled, Krystine Haje, Steven Nichols, Richard Simmons; writers of "Star Trek" are contestants (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)


101 WAYS TO LEAVE A GAME SHOW (Jeff Sutphen)
--June 21, 2011 - premiere (OC)
--June 28, 2011 - second episode (OB)
--July 5, 2011 - third episode (OC)
--July 12, 2011 - fourth episode (OB)


500 QUESTIONS
--May 26, 2016 - 2-hour premiere of second series; Ken Jennings appears briefly (OB)


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


$10,000 PYRAMID (Dick Clark)
--Mar 30, 1973 - (BW) Fri ep of first week; Rob Reiner, June Lockhart; lots of video issues (OB)(originated from youtube)
--June, 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)
--Feb 27, 1978 - Joyce Bulafont, Ron Glass (OC)
--July 20, 1978 - Lois Nettleton, Dick Cavett; GSN left in all original commercials (some video issues; missing last segment)(GSN/OC)
--Aug 14, 1978 - Geoff Edwards, Loretta Swit. Geoff briefly mentions "Love Experts" (GSN)
--Oct 4, 1978 - (taped 9/11/78) - Nancy Lane, Michael McKean (SM/OC)
--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)
--1974 - Anne Meara, William Shatner. 2nd taped episode; $25,000 win (SM) (originated from youtube)
--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)
--1976 - Kate Jackson, Gary Burghoff (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)
--Sept 29, 1982 - Jay Johnson, Denise Miller; heartbreaking winner's circle (SM)
--Dec 27, 1982 - Vicki Lawrence, Fred Grandy (USA)
--Aug 12, 1983 - Tony Danza, Melody Thomas-Scott. Tony storms off the set (GSN)
--Sept 27, 1983 - (taped Sept 11, 1983) Markie Post, Richard Kline; $25,000 win (ending missing) (SM)
--Oct 12, 1983 - Shelley Smith, Bill Cullen (brief audio interference in second game) (GSN)
--Oct 28, 1983 - Betty White, Ed Begley Jr (OC)
--Jan 2, 1985 - Shelley Smith, Richard Kline (blind contestants) (jumpy video) (USA)
--May 24, 1985 - Betty White, Joel Brooks (GSN)
--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)


$100,000 PYRAMID (Michael Strahan)
--June 26, 2016 - Sherri Sheppard, Anthony Anderson (OB)
--July 10, 2016 - Martha Stewart, Snoop Dogg (OB)
--July 17, 2016 - Weird Al Yankovich, Bellamy Young (RPT)
--July 31, 2016 - Alphonso Robeiro, Barbara Cochran (OB)
--June 16, 2017 - "Saturday Night Live" comedians are the panelists (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:

--Sept 1976 - includes "Money Tree" game (missing end credits)(video dark at end)(OB)
--1977 - Kathie Lee also appears(SM)
--1977 - nighttime episode (OB)
--1977 - Karen wins $100,000 (OC)
--Feb 1, 1979 - Tony vs Ruby (high audio)(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
Mike Darrow:

--Sept 18, 1976 - first episode (RPT) (originated from Youtube)
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)


ABOUT FACES (Tom Kennedy)
--Mar 17, 1960 - (BW) Tom sits in for Ben Alexander. Includes promos for "Untouchables" and "American Bandstand" (OC)


ACTING CRAZY (Wayne Cox)
--1994 - Canadian show with Jennilee Harrison & Stu Jeffries (OB)


ALL CLUED UP (David Hamilton)
--19?? - British version of "$1,000,000 Chance of a Lifetime" for 500 pounds (OB)


ALL-STAR ANYTHING GOES (Bill Boggs)
--Sept 1977 - Busting Loose vs Eight is Enough (OC)


ALL-STAR BLITZ (Peter Marshall)
--Apr 8, 1985 - (premiere) Leslie Uggams, John Byner, Abby Dalton, Robert Mandan (credits cut) (OB)
--June 14, 1985 - Madge Sinclair, Christopher Hewitt, Abby Dalton, Peter Scolari (OB)
--1985 - Teresa Ganzel, Tom Poston, Abby Dalton, Steve Bond (OB)
--1985 - Isabel Sanford, Gordon Jump, Andrea Evans, Scott Holmes. $25,000 win (OB)


ALL-STAR JUNIOR PYRAMID (Dick Clark)
--Sept 2, 1979 - primetime special featuring Susan Richardson, Tony Danza, Rob Lowe and Tammy Lauren (OC)


ALL-STAR SECRETS (Bob Eubanks)
--1978 - pilot, known as "Celebrity Secrets"; Robert Reed, Dody Goodman, Charles Nelson Reilly (SM) (originated from youtube)
--March 2, 1979 - Bill Cullen, Della Reese, John Schuck, Nanette Fabray, Arte Johnson (OC)
--March 27, 1979 - Robert Pine, Dody Goodman, Conrad Bain, Anne Lockhart, Bob Guilliame (OC)
--spring 1979 - Eva Gabor, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Barbara Feldon (missing first two minutes; poor pic quality - very jumpy)(OC)
--July 9, 1979 - Wilt Chamberlin, Elaine Joyce, Bowzer, Dr Joyce Brothers, Wayland & Madame (fair video)(SM)


AMNESIA (Dennis Miller)
--Feb 22, 2008 - (DVD) premiere episode (OB)


ANT & DEC'S GAME SHOW MARATHON
--2005 - episode 1 "Price is Right" (OB)
--2005 - episode 4 "Sale of the Century" (OB)


ANYONE CAN WIN (Al Capp)
--195x - (BW) Jackie Cooper and Lorraine Day appear in this comical game show (SM/OC)


ANYTHING FOR MONEY (Fred Travalena)
--Sept 17, 1984 - (premiere) Jan vs Kirk (low audio) (OB)


ANYTHING YOU CAN DO (Gene Wood)
--Sept 11, 1971 - (tape date) men vs women in "Beat the Clock"-like stunts (Time code counter on screen)(SM)


ARE YOU SMARTER THAN A 5TH GRADER? (Jeff Foxworthy)
--Feb 27, 2007 - premiere episode (OB)
--Feb 28, 2007 - second episode (OB)
--Apr 5, 2007 - general ep (OB)
--Apr 12, 2007 - nobody gets over $10,000 (OB)
--Apr 19, 2007 - $500,000 win (OB)
--Sept 18, 2009 - last primetime show; $1 million win (OB)
--Nov 2009 - Eric goes for $250,000 and misses (OC)
--Nov 2009 - Charity wins $0 (OC)
--Sept 24, 2010 - early 2nd-season show (OB)
--May 26, 2015 - primetime return (OB)


ARE YOU SMARTER THAN A 5TH GRADER? (Colin Mochrie)
--Oct 25, 2007 - first ep of Canadian version (OC)
--Nov 22, 2007 - finale (OB)


BABY GAME (Richard Hayes)
--1968 - (BW) adults predict how children will react (OC)


BAGGAGE (Jerry Springer)
--May 2011 - dater: Shahree (GSN)
--May 2011 - dater: James (GSN)
--Oct 4, 2012 - dater: Tracy (OC)
--Oct 10, 2012 - dater: Anthony (OC)
--Mar 11, 2015 - "Baggage on the Road" (GSN)
--Mar 11, 2015 - final episode (for now)(GSN)


BALDERDASH (Elayne Boosler)
--Aug 19, 2004 - Regan Burns, Loni Love, Tim Meadows (OC)
--Aug 20, 2004 - same celebs; bonus round win (OC)
--Aug 23, 2004 - Tim Meadows, Stephanie Miller, Rick Overton (OC)


BAMBOOZLE (Bob Hilton)
--1985 - pilot with Elaine Joyce & Stuart Pankin (SM)


BANK ON THE STARS (Bill Cullen)
--1954 - (BW) early show with movie clips (jumpy video)(SM)
--1954 - (BW) another ep with slightly better video (still jumpy) (SM)


BATTLESTARS / THE NEW BATTLESTARS (Alex Trebek)
--Dec 25, 1981 - Todd Bridges, Nancy McKeon, Nell Carter, Richard Keil (OC)
--Mar 4, 1982 - (last half only) Jennilee Harrison, Richard Kline, Dick Martin (OC)
--Mar, 1982 - Fred Willard, Randi Oakes, Tim Reid, Carol Wayne (SM)
--Mar 23, 1982 - Jerry Seinfeld, Jennilee Harrison, Rip Taylor, Debbie Reynolds, Nell Carter (missing first segment, credits cut off during fee plugs)(OC)
--Apr 23, 1982 - (last ep. of original run) - Tom Poston, Jennilee Harrison, JM J Bullock, Debbie Reynolds, Rip Taylor (OB)
--Apr 4, 1983 - (premiere of "new" version) - Debbie Reynolds, Jimmy Bullock, Vicki Lawrence, Erik Estrada (OB)
--May 27, 1983 - Fred Grandy, Emma Samms, James B. Sikking, Charles Nelson Reilly, Andy Gibb, Mary Frann (OC)
--July 1, 1983 - (last ep.) - Stuart Damon, CNReilly, Betty White, Candi Clark, Mary Crosby, Jim Bullock (OB)


BARGAIN HUNTERS (Peter Tomarken)
--May 28, 1987 - (DVD) pilot for short-lived series (SM)
--1987 - Wendy vs Doreen (OB)


BEAT SHAZAM (Jamie Foxx)
--May 26, 2017 - premiere episode of musical game show (OB)
--Aug 10, 2017 - $74,000 win (OB)


BEDTIME STORIES (Lohman & Barkley)
--Mar 9, 1979 - pilot (SM) (originated from youtube)


THE BETTER SEX (Bill Anderson & Sarah Purcell)
--1977 - (pilot) with seven member teams and different rules (SM)
--Sept. 1977 - women win twice (GSN)
--Nov. 1977 - men win twice (GSN)
--Jan 1978 - (taped Dec 10, 1977) final ep. - show is put on "hold" (SM)


BEAT THE CLOCK (Bud Collyer)
--Oct 1951 - (BW) Halloween episode (somewhat jumpy video)(OC)
--Mar 1953 - (BW) balloons show; $700 bonus stunt won; president of Sylvania appears to celebrate start of show's 3rd year with the sponsor (GSN)
--June, 1954 - (BW) (GSN)
--1954 - (BW) Frank Wayne sub-hosts for Bud (GSN)
--Dec 1954 - (BW)Christmas ep (GSN)
--Sept 1956 - (BW) $64,000 win (GSN)
--Dec 1956 - (BW) best stunts of 1956 (GSN)
--Oct 1958 - (BW) $20,000 bonus stunt; Bud mentions the new daytime version (GSN)
--196? - (BW) $20,100 bonus stunt win from ABC daytime version (SM/OC)


BEAT THE CLOCK
Jack Narz:

--1970 - Bob Denver is the guest (GSN)
--1971 - Tom Kennedy is the celebrity guest (GSN)
Gene Wood:
--1973 - Dick Clark is the celebrity guest (GSN)
--1973 - Bert Convy is the guest (audio buzz) (GSN)


BEAT THE CLOCK (Monty Hall)
--Sept 4, 1979 - pilot no. 1 (SM)
--Sept 5, 1979 - pilot no. 2 (SM)
--Sept 5, 1979 - pilot no. 3 (first segment only) (SM)
--Nov. 1979 - with Robert Donner, Abbe Lane, Tige Andrews, Jo Ann Pflug (GSN)
--Dec. 1979 - Bobby Van, Elaine Joyce, Charlie Brill, Mitzi McCall (GSN)
--Dec 24, 1979 - Joyce Bulafont, Ronnie Schell, Patti Deutsch, Johnny Brown. Bonus stunt win (GSN)


BEAT THE GEEKS
--Jan 14, 2002 - Contestants: Grant, Joan, Derek (OC)
--Jan 14, 2002 - diff. ep.; Jane Weidlin of The Go-Go's appears (OC)


BEAT THE ODDS
Warren Hull:

--1960 - (BW) George vs Liz (low audio) (SM)
Mike Stokey:
--1962 - (BW) local KTLA edition (SM)
Chuck Henry:
--1975 - pilot for an updated version (SM)


BEAT THE TEACHER (Paul Jones)
--1986 - British show; 2 teachers compete in a series of interesting challenges (OB)


BIG DEAL (Mark DeCarlo)
--Sept 1996 - (premiere) election, milking cows, breaking windows (OC)
--Sept 1996 - fat lady sings "Dancing Queen"


BIG MOMENT (Brad Sherwood)
--Apr 10, 1999 - 3 men attempt to juggle 3 boxes; a man learns ice cream flavors (OC)
--May, 1999 - woman tries to pull out table cloth - $25,000 win (OC)


BIG PAYOFF
--195x - (BW) Q&A game taped outdoors at Central Park (OC)


BIG SHOWDOWN (Jim Peck)
--1973 - pilot (SM)
--Mar 28, 1975 - Jim trips down the stairs (SM)
--1975 - 2 min clip of a $5000 bonus win


BIG SURPRISE (Mike Wallace)
--1958 - (BW) (credits cut) (OC)


BINGO AT HOME (Monty Hall)
--195x - (BW) early DuMont show; runs 30-min only (SM)


BINGO AT HOME (Jim Perry)
--1969 - early Canadian show; title says it all. Could also be known as "Money Makers" (SM)


BLANK CHECK (Art James)
--1974 - pilot for Barry-Enright show (SM)
--Jan 8, 1975 - (taped 12/23/74) 3rd episode; Maggie Brown is a contestant(SM)


BLANKETY BLANKS (Bill Cullen)
--Feb 1975 - (pilot) Anita Gillette, Soupy Sales (SM)
--Apr 21, 1975 - (premiere) Anne Meara, William Shatner (SM)


BLANKETY BLANKS (Graham Kennedy)
--Jan 1977 - Austalian version of "Match Game" with the identical set; Rick vs Carol


BLANKETY BLANKS
--1979 - English version; BBC look-back (RPT)


BLACKOUT (Bob Goen)
--Jan 4, 1988 - (premiere) Markie Post, Charlie Siebert (credits cut) (OB)
--Feb 1988 - Dwayne Hickman, Connie Stevens (OB)
--1988 - Shelley Smith, Fred Travalena (fair video) (OB)
--1988 - Ken Kercheval, Marsha Warfield. $10,000 win (OB)
--1988 - Teresa Ganzel, Soupy Sales (rough video) (OB)
--Apr 1, 1988 - (last ep.) Crystal Bernard, Pat Harrington (OC)


BLIND DATE (Arlene Francis)
--1950 - (BW) sort of an early "Dating Game" (SM/OC)


BLOCKBUSTERS
Bill Cullen version

--Oct 27, 1980 - (premiere) (GSN)
--Nov 3, 1980 - Laree vs Tom & Joe (GSN)
--Dec 18, 1980 - Donna wins $12,000 (OC)
--Jan 6, 1981 - Leland vs Ann & Nancy (GSN)
--Jan 7, 1981 - Leland vs Lin & Kari (GSN)
--Apr 22, 1981 - Marie vs Betty & Shay. Some funny moments (GSN)
--Sept 16, 1981 - Mary vs Pat & Liz (up to $48,000 by this point)(GSN)
--Oct 6, 1981 - Sharon vs Allen & Michael. Bill reads wrong question (GSN)
--Oct 7, 1981 - (next show) Sharon vs Kim & Don (GSN)
--March 19, 1982 - solo player retires with $106,000 (GSN)
--Apr 5, 1982 - John Hattan returns and shows his new house (missing end credits) (GSN)
--Apr 21, 1982 - John wins 20th Gold Run; retires with $120,000 (missing end credits) (GSN)
--Apr 23, 1982 - (last ep. of original version) (GSN)
Bill Rafferty version
--Jan 5, 1987 - (premiere) of Bill Rafferty version (GSN)
--Mar 30, 1987 - Deirdre vs May. Deirdre wins $10,000 (OC)
--May 1, 1987 - (last ep.) Patti vs Pete (OC)


BLOCKBUSTERS (Bob Holness)
--199x - UK version; teen contestants. Tim wins (OC)


BODY LANGUAGE (Tom Kennedy)
--1983 - pilot no. 2 with Jennilee Harrison and Jon Bauman (BUZZR)
--July 1984 - (premiere) Vicki Lawrence, Jamie Farr (GSN)
--Jan 3, 1986 - (last ep.) Vicki Lawrence, Ted Lange (GSN)


BODY TALK (Vicki Lawrence)
--1990 - pilot no. 1 with Elaine Joyce and Richard Simmons (BUZZR)


BOOM! (Tom Papa)
--June 25, 2015 - premiere (OB)


BORN LUCKY (Bob Goen)
--1992 - premiere of a game show set in a mall (PAX)


BREAK THE BANK (Bert Parks)
--1955 - (BW) question and answer game (SM)


BREAK THE BANK (Tom Kennedy)
--Apr 12, 1976 - (premiere) Abe Vigoda, Lynda Carter, Robert Hegyes, Jo Ann Pflug, Alice Ghostley, Dick Gautier, Jan Murray, Marjoe Gortner, Liz Torres (GSN)
--Apr 14, 1976 - 3rd episode with same celebrities (SM/OC)
--Apr 15, 1976 - 4th ep. (GSN)
--Apr 16, 1976 - 5th ep. - bank broken (GSN)
--Apr 19, 1976 - Anson Williams, Liz Torres, Jan Murray, Sandy Duncan, Pat McCormack, Lee Meriwhether, Alex Karras, Janet DuBois, Tom Bosley (GSN)
--Apr 20, 1976 - (GSN)
--Apr 21, 1976 - (GSN)
--Apr 22, 1976 - (GSN)
--Apr 23, 1976 - (GSN)
--Apr 26, 1976 - Rosey Grier, Joey Bishop, Mary Ann Mobley, Arte Johson, Beverly Garland, Bill Dana, Fannie Flagg, Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs (GSN)
--Apr 27, 1976 - same celebs. (GSN)
--Apr 28, 1976 - same celebs. (GSN)
--May 3, 1976 - Lonnie Shorr, Jaye P. Morgan, Joey Bishop, Liz torres, Jimmie Walker, Buzz Aldrin, Merideth MacRae, Criag Stevens, Elayne Boosler (GSN)
--May 5, 1976 - same celebs. (GSN)
--May 7, 1976 - (GSN)
--May 10, 1976 - Marjoe Gortner, Shari Lewis, Dick Gautier, Jan Murray, Dody Goodman, Della Reese, Ron Pallilo, Lonnie Shorr (GSN)
--May 17, 1976 - Jimmie Walker, Liz Torres, Jan Murray, Rue McClanahan, Avery Shreiber, Alice Ghostley, Bob Crane, Mickey Dolenz, Janet DuBois (GSN)
--May 19, 1976 - $12,000 bank broken (GSN)
--May 20, 1976 - not for air "test" ep. of new format; Buzz Aldrin, Gunilla Hutton, Liz Torres, Foster Brooks, Jaye P. Morgan, Abe Vigoda (SM)
--July 9, 1976 - (nighttime rules) Jaye P. Morgan, Fannie Flagg, Robert Hedgyes,Rip Taylor, Kent McCord, Lonnie Shorr, Dody Goodman (credits missing) (SM)


BREAK THE BANK (Jack Barry)
--Sept 18, 1976 - (first syndicated ep.) Clifton Davis, William Conrad, Pat Morita, Barbara Eden, Anson Williams, Jaye P Morgan, Elena Verdugo, Joey Bishop, Hermione Baddely (SM)
--Sept 25, 1976 - same celebs. $10,000 bank broken (GSN)
--Oct 1, 1976 - Bob Crane, Anson Williams, Bill Cullen, Barbara Eden, Joey Bishop, William Conrad, Lee Meriwether (GSN)
--Oct 8, 1976 - same celebs. $10,000 bank broken (GSN)
--fall, 1976 - Bob Barker, Vicki Lawrence, Orson Bean, Jan Murray (GSN)


BREAK THE BANK
Gene Rayburn:

--1985 - $30,560 bank; different game than '70s show (OB)
Joe Ferago:
--1986 - $53,323 bank won (CBN)


BUCK STOPS HERE (Jim Peck)
--1980 - unsold pilot from Bob Stewart (SM)


BULLSEYE (Jim Lange)
--1979 - pilot with a change to win $1,000,000 (SM)
--Sept 29, 1980 - (premiere) Royanne vs Scott (OB)(rough video)
--Sept 30, 1980 - Scott vs Scott (OB)
--Oct, 1980 - Helen vs Donald; Helen wins car, then hits lightning in the bonus (GSN)
--fall, 1980 - Leon vs Stephe; 10 spin bonus game and promos (CBN)
--fall, 1980 - Donna wins $43,000 - $2000 rule (USA)
--fall, 1980 - (DVD) Chuck vs Jill; 10-spin bonus win (GSN)
--early 1981 - Rufus at bonus (video OK but not great, includes a CBN promo) (CBN)
--late 1981 - last civilian episode; starts with Judy at bonus (USA)
--late 1981 - first celebrity episode; Lynn Redgrave, Harvey Korman (GSN)
--1981 - celebrities: Fred Travalena, Phyllis Diller (GSN)
--1981 - celebrities: Donna Pescow, Rosey Grier (USA)
--1982 - celebrities: Jerry Mathers, Tina Louise (USA)
--1982 - celebrities: Erneest Borgnine, Suzy Chaffee (GSN)


BUMPER STUMPERS (Al DuBois)
--1987 - general ep (GTV)
--1987 - Sandi & Carol retire after 5 games (GTV)


BZZZ! (Annie Wood)
--Jan 1996 - (presumably the Friday show of first week) Malayika and James (RPT)
--Sept 10, 1996 - second show of national run (OC)
--fall, 1996 - first buzzer: Amanda (RPT)
--fall, 1996 - buzzers: Gilbert, Maureen (RPT)
--Jan 1997 - buzzers: Eric & Lynnora (RPT)
--Jan 20, 1997 - first buzzer: Karm (satellite feed, includes bars, tone, slate & promos)
--Jan 30, 1997 - buzzers: Cindi & Isaac (satellite feed, includes bars, tone, slate & promos)


CAMOUFLAGE
Johnny Gilbert:

--1962 - (BW) second anniversary show - end credits missing (SM)
Don Morrow:
--1962 - (BW) first contestants are Margaret vs Patricia (OC)
Tom Campbell:
--1980 - Barbara vs David. Cadillac win (low audio) (GSN)
--1980 - Anne Marie vs Kevin. Car win (GSN)
--1980 - EG vs Brent (GSN)


CAMOUFLAGE (Roger Lodge)
--July 12, 2007 - Jeff-Sheila-Spencer (GSN)
--July 13, 2007 - second episode (GSN)


CAN YOU TOP THIS! (Wink Martindale)
--1970 - (BW) Richard Dawson and Morey Amsterdam appear. Includes promo (SM)


CANDY CRUSH (Mario Lopez)
--July 9, 2017 - premiere: Survivor vs Big Brother (OB)


CARD SHARKS (Jim Perry)
--Mar 17, 1978 - pilot no. 1 (SM)
--Mar 17, 1978 - pilot no. 2 - watch what happens in Money Cards!! (SM)
--Apr 24, 1978 - (premiere) (GSN)
--Sept 4, 1978 - Julie vs Kathy (GSN)
--Sept 5, 1978 - Kathy vs Chris (GSN)
--Oct 31, 1978 - Norma's $28,800 win (GSN)
--Dec 22, 1978 - Jorge vs. Phillip (GSN)
--Jan 5, 1979 - Bob Eubanks promotes "All Star Secrets" (GSN)
--Mar 27, 1979 - Sydell vs Tom (OC)
--Apr 23, 1979 - the show celebrates it's one-year anniversary at the end (GSN)
--June 5, 1979 - actress AnneMarie Johnson is a contestant (GSN)
--July 17, 1979 - Bob vs Bill (missing first 3 min.) (GSN)
--Dec 31, 1979 - New Year's Eve ep.; Raynette vs Tom (OC)
--Feb 1980 - Jim vs Alice (GSN)
--1980 - all four 3's come up in a row in the Money Cards (GSN)
--Sept 9, 1980 - Game Show Hosts week - Wed. ep.: Gene Rayburn, Bill Cullen and Wink Martindale appear (GSN)
--Sept 10, 1980 - (next show) all of above and Allen Ludden appear (GSN)
--Sept 15, 1980 - Monday ep. of second week: Tom Kennedy, Jack Clark, Jim Lange, Alex Trebek (GSN)
--Dec 22, 1980 - Christmas week shows; kids play (ending missing)(GSN)
--Oct 23, 1981 - (last ep.) (from WSVN repeat, video fair)


CARD SHARKS (Bob Eubanks)
--Jan 6, 1986 - (premiere)(GSN)
--Jan 7, 1986 - second ep. (GSN)
--Jan 21, 1986 - $28,000 Money Cards win (GSN)
--Jan 22, 1986 - $22,400 Money Cards win (GSN)
--Jan 23, 1986 - Chris vs Lori. $12,600 Money Cards win (GSN)
--Jan 24, 1986 - Lori vs Kelly. $24,000 Money Cards win (GSN)
--May 8, 1986 - Mark Goodson reads a long poem; $12,200 win (GSN)
--July, 1986 - Lorenzo vs Sue-Ellen (GSN)
--Oct 1986 - Jim vs Cynthia. $6200 win; 10 single women in audience poll (GSN)
--Dec 1986 - Leslie at Money Cards. 10 bachelors in audience poll (GSN)
--Dec 25, 1986 - Christmas Day; Terise vs Philip (GSN)
--Apr 1987 - Herman vs Jodi (GSN)
--summer 1987 - Linda vs Dan. Teenage girls in audience poll. (video OK but not great) (GSN)
--summer 1987 - Jim vs Dreama. 10 secretaries in audience poll (GSN)
--Oct 1987 - Nina vs Joe (GSN)
--Oct 1987 - next show; Nina vs Jeff (GSN)
--Oct 1987 - next show; Jeff vs Mitra (car win) (GSN)
--May 1988 - Jeri vs Darci. 10 marriage counselors in audience question (GSN)
--May 1988 - Debbie vs Jim; new tiebreaker rule starts (GSN)
--June 13, 1988 - Jeri vs Jodi. 10 bodyguards; includes "Price is Right" promo (OC)
--June 24, 1988 - Steve at bonus; 2 cars won; "Family Feud" promo (OB)
--July 1, 1988 - Monica vs Michael. 10 IRS agents in audience poll (GSN)
--July 4, 1988 - Monica vs Kristen. w/ Car Game (OC)
--summer 1988 - Ho vs Lorie. Bob mentions how bad "Diamond Head Game" was! (GSN)
--early 1989 - Cat vs Jim (GSN)
--Mar 30, 1989 - (second-last ep.) Lee vs Ray (OB)
--Mar 31, 1989 - (last ep.)(OB)


CARD SHARKS (Bill Rafferty)
--Dec 1986 - Darrell vs Jennifer; car win (GSN)
--Dec 1986 - next show; Jennifer vs Bob; Jennifer increases total to $38,000 (GSN)
--Dec 1986 - Steve vs Dottie (GSN)
--Dec 1986 - next show; Dottie vs Jim (GSN)


CARD SHARKS (Pat Bullard)
--Nov 23, 2001 - ep. from sat. feed with bars, tone, slate and promos; Devon vs Rocky
--Jan 7, 2002 - Heroes week; ep. 1057 taped 10/01/01; Steve vs Denise (sat. wild feed)


CAESAR'S CHALLENGE (Ahmad Raschad)
--1992 - (pilot) with betting format; Laurel, Scott, Leonna (SM)
--June 14, 1993 - (premiere) Scott, Judy, JP (missing :20 sec, VCR counter) (OC)
--June 17, 1993 - fourth ep., ceturian "Chad"; Joe, Jacqueline, Judy (OC)
--July, 1993 - Tom, Lynn, John (OB)
--July, 1993 - Mike, Janice, Doug. First subject: game shows (OB)
--Aug, 1993 - Rick, Peggy, Michael (OB)
--Aug, 1993 - Heather, Max, Catherine (OB)
--Aug 17, 1993 - Wade, Denise, Jason (audio slightly muffled) (OC)
--Sept, 1993 - Gail, Paul, Kate (OB)
--Nov 1993 - Joe, Tonya, Ryan. Car win (some rough spots in video) (OC)
--Dec 1993 - Johnny Mathis makes a cameo appearance (severe audio buzz)(USA)
--Dec 1993 - Tony, Jayn, Juan; producer Harry Friedman's birthday is celebrated (audio a little low) (USA)
--Jan, 1994 - Jan, Ann, Darrell - bonus win - audio & video out of sync (USA)
--Jan, 1994 - Stephen, Barbara, Terryl (OB)


CASH CAB
Ben Bailey:

--2009 - "after dark" version (RPT)
--2010 - general ep (OC)
--2010 - general ep (OC)
Adam Growe:
--Sept 18, 2010 - Canadian version (OC)
--Oct 2, 2010 - general ep (OC)
--Sept 15, 2012 - general ep (OC)
--Sept 29, 2012 - general ep (OC)


CATCH 21
--July 2008 - premiere of GSN's "remake" of Gambit (GSN)


CATCH PHRASE (Art James)
--Sept 16, 1985 - (premiere) Michael vs Ashley. Bonus win (OC)
--Sept 17, 1985 - Michael vs Bri (OC)
--Sept 18, 1985 - Bri vs Chris (some tracking problems) (OB)
--Nov, 1985 - Charley vs Susan (OC)


CATCH PHRASE (Roy Walker)
--19xx - UK version (some tracking issues) (OB)


CATCH PHRASE (John Bridges)
--2000 - Australian version; Anne vs Chris (OC)


CAUGHT IN THE ACT (Jim Peck)
--1977 - Bob Stewart pilot with Anne Meara, Bill Cullen, Anita Gillette, Clifton Davis, Stephanie Braxton. (SM)


CAUGHT IN THE ACT (Jack Clark)
--1982 - another Bob Stewart pilot, different game than the one above (SM)


CELEBRITY BOWLING (Jed Allan)
--1976 - Dick Gautier, Scatman Crothers, Alex Trebek, Jim McKrell (RPT)


CELEBRITY GAME (Carl Reiner)
--1965 - (BW) Louis Nye, Mickey Rooney, Gypsy Rose Lee, Lee Marvin. (SM)


CELEBRITY GAME (Bert Parks)
--1968 - CBS pilot for a revival with Michael Landon, Paul Lynde, Abby Dalton, Gypsy Rose Lee (SM)


CELEBRITY NAME GAME (Craig Ferguson)
--Sept 22, 2014 - (premiere) Mari Sufari, Joely Fisher (some video interference)(OB)
--Jan 21, 2015 - Jerry Springer is a guest (OB)
--Jan 22, 2015 - Nicole Sullivan, Melanie Lynsky (OB)
--Sept 28, 2015 - Vivica A Fox, Russell Hornsby (OB)
--Jan 6, 2017 - Vivica A Fox, Colin Egglesfield (OC)


CELEBRITY SWEEPSTAKES (Jim McKrell)
--1974 - pilot with Ted Knight, Lucie Arnaz, John Astin, Patty Duke Astin, Dean Jones, Jane Withers (SM)
--Oct 1, 1976 - (final NBC episode, taped 9-15-76) Greg Mullavey, Debralee Scott, Alan Sues, Carol Wayne, Nipsey Russell, Pat Cooper (SM)


CHAIN REACTION (Bill Cullen)
--1979 - (pilot) with Joyce Bulafont, Nipsey Russell (fair video) (SM)
--Jan 14, 1980 - (premiere) with Joyce Bulafont, Patty DUke Astin, Fred Grandy, Nipsey Russell (fair video) (USA)
--Mar 7, 1980 - Joanna Gleason, Robert Mandan, Debralee Scott, Robert Walden. Two $10,000 wins (GSN)
--Mar 10, 1980 - Allen Ludden, Betty White, Anita Gillette, Brian Patrick-Clarke (GSN)
--Mar 1980 - Joanna Gleason, Nipsey Russell, Patty Duke Astin, Brian Patrick Clarke (USA)
--May, 1980 - (Geoff Edwards sub-hosts) Vicki Lawrence, Gina Hecht, Jack Carter, Wesley Ure (GSN)
--June 20, 1980 - (last NBC ep.) Joyce Bulafont, Ron Silver, Jay Johnson (USA)


CHAIN REACTION
Blake Emmons:

--Sept 29, 1986 - (USA premiere) (GSN)
Geoff Edwards:
--Dec 27, 1991 - (last ep.) Linda vs Brett. $40,000 win (USA)


CHAIN REACTION (Dylan Lane)
--Aug 1, 2006 - premiere ep of new GSN version; women win $6200 (GSN)


CHAIN REACTION
--July 16, 2015 - premiere of GSN's newest version (GSN)
--July 16, 2015 - second aired episode (GSN)


THE CHAIR (John McEnroe)
--Jan 29, 2002 - third ep., some early rule changes; two $60,000 wins and $132,000 lost to "red-lining" (OB)
--Feb 5, 2002 - fourth ep., $224,000 win


CHALLENGERS (Dick Clark)
--Aug 1990 - "sneak preview" (audio a little low)(OB)
--Sept 3, 1990 - (premiere) Charley, Doak, Toni (OC)
--Sept 24, 1990 - Andrea, Larry, Steve. Larry wins $60,000 (OB)
--Apr 1, 1991 - April Fool's Day episode; Mike, Kurt, Merideth; includes a "Trump Card" promo (so-so video)(OB)
--May 24, 1991 - Harry, Cecil, Steve (OB)
--July 3, 1991 - Annelle, Dave, Bryce (OB)


CHEAP SHOW (Dick Martin)
--1978 - Rita Mereno, David Doyle. Dick Martin hosts.


CHILD'S PLAY (Bill Cullen)
--1982 - pilot with minor rule changes (SM)


CHOOSE UP SIDES (Gene Rayburn)
--1955 - (BW) Children's game from Goodson-Todman (GSN)


CITY SMARTS (Paul Wagner)
--spring 2003 - New York City high-school quiz; semi-final: Susan Wagner vs Stuyvesent (slight tracking line)(OB)
--spring 2003 - (last ep)other semi-final: Staten Island Tech vs Environmental Studies; funding was reportedly pulled before the Final match could be taped (OB)


CLASH (Bobby Kimball)
--1991 - Librarians vs Noisy People (OB)


CLASSIC CONCENTRATION (Alex Trebek)
--May 4, 1987 - (premiere) Diana vs David. David finds 3 Wild Cards (fair video) (OB)
--May 1987 - Jason vs Renee; puzzle solved in 5 picks; features Audience Game (OB)
--June 9, 1987 - Danny vs Robin (OC)
--June 12, 1987 - Doug vs LaVerne. Doug solves a puzzle with only 4 revealed squares (OC)
--June 15, 1987 - Doug vs Karen. Doug wins station wagon on his 5th try (OC)
--1987 - Barry vs Jan; 29 second car win - fastest at that time (video OK but not great) (OB)
--1989 - College Week. Stephanie vs Robert (OB)
--Mar 23, 1990 - Jill vs Ed (OC)
--1991 - 1000th show, Joy vs Dave (credits cut) (OB)
--Sept, 1991 - Ben vs. Susan. Ben deliberatly blows bonus game to "win more prizes" (OB)
--Sept 20, 1991 - (last ep., no mention made) Bob vs Amy


COLLEGE MAD HOUSE (Greg Kinnear)
--1988 - Cornell vs Pennsylvania (no closing credits) (OB)
--1989 - UCLA Bruins vs USC Trojans (OB)
--1990 - Brown vs Princton (OB)
--1990 - Minnesota vs Wisconsin (fair video) (OB)


COMBINATION LOCK (Ross King)
--1995 - John Ricci's great pilot (SM)


CONCENTRATION
Hugh Downs:

--1958 - (BW) Walter vs Robert. Time counter on screen (SM/OC)
--Sept 11, 1963 - (BW) Challenge of Champions; Art vs Nettie (OC)
--Sept 12, 1963 - (BW) Ralph vs Art, part 1 (OC)
--Sept 13, 1963 - (BW) Tournament finale: Ralph vs Arthur (SM/OC)
--Oct 1967 - (BW) Tournament - Dorothy vs Clara (SM)
--Dec 24, 1968 - (BW) - Secret Santas - Bob Clayton, Victor Borge (SM/OC)
Art James:
--Feb 9, 1959 - (BW) Art James sub-hosts (originated from Youtube)
Bob Clayton:
--Oct 1969 - (BW) Tournament - Diane vs Pat (no credits) (SM)
--Dec 24, 1969 - (BW) - Secret Santas - Joe Garagiola, Hugh Downs. Cool NBC promo. (video dark at times) (SM/OC)
--Mar 23, 1973 - color kinescope of last NBC ep (short segment missing)(SM)
Jack Narz:
--1974 - 5 minute clip of the end of a show (bad video)
--1976 - two brief closing clips (runs about 4 min)
--1978 - Linda vs Randy - 3 numbers each turn for first game (SM)
Orson Bean:
--1985 - pilot for what would become "Classic Concnetration" (SM)


CONCENTRATION (Nick Jackson)
--199x - British version of "Classic Concentration"; David vs June (OC)


COP OUT (Geoff Edwards)
--Feb 15, 1972 - unsold Chuck Barris pilot with Bill Bixby, Larry Hovis, Della Reese, James Farentino, Michele Lee (GSN)


COUCH POTATOES (Mark Summers)
--spring, 1989 - Jetsons vs Get Smart (fair video) (OB)
--spring, 1989 - Game Show week - Peter Marshall guests (OB)
--spring, 1989 - Game Show week - Janice Pennington guests (OC)
--spring, 1989 - Mavericks vs Petries (OB)
--spring, 1989 - Mannix vs Love Connection - Cathy Garver guests (OB)


COUNTDOWN (British show)
--1996 - Champion of Champions show (OB)


CRAM (Graham Elwood)
--Jan 8, 2003 - third episode (GSN)
--June 15, 2003 - first celebrity episode - Susan Olsen, Chris Knight (GSN)


CRITICAL DECISIONS (Eric Boardman)
--1990 - pilot with Michael Landon, Donna Mills, William Shatner (SM)


CROSS-WITS
Jack Clark:

--Dec 17, 1975 - first 10 min. of third episode (fair video) (SM)
--1978 - Rita Mereno, Nipsey Russell, Misty Rowe, Jack Riley (OB) (originated from youtube)
--1979 - Robert Reed, Anita Gillette, Darayl Anderson, Patricia McCormack (audio muffled)(OB)(originated from youtube)
--1979 - Nipsey Russell, Jimmy Hampton, Elaine Joyce, Rosemary Forsythe (SM)(originated from youtube)
David Sparks:
--1986 - Tom Kennedy, Bob Goen, Peter Tomarken, Jim Peck (grainy video)(OB)


CROSS WITS (Ron O'Connor)
--1995 - British version: Martin, Jenny, Heather, Chris (OB)


CROSSWORD (George Fenneman)
--1965 - color pilot with Tippi Hedren, Paul Lynde (SM)
--1965 - second color pilot with Carolyn Jones, Michael Landon (SM)


CROSSWORDS (Ty Treadway)
--Sept 10, 2007 - premiere (OB)
--Sept 10, 2007 - double-run episode; bonus-round win (OB)
--Sept 14, 2007 - bonus-round loss (OB)
--Oct 12, 2007 - no spoiler action on this show (OB)
--Oct 12, 2007 - double-run episode with early rules (OB)
--Nov 5, 2007 - new bonus rules (OB)


DATING GAME (Jim Lange)
ABC primetime:

--Oct 13, 1966 - (second primetime show) Lee Majors and Bobby Rydell appear (GSN)
--1967 - Johnnie Whitaker and Dionne Warwick appear (GSN)
--Mar 29, 1969 - Farrah Fawcett appears (GSN)
ABC daytime:
--spring, 1967 - early show with first time's up signal (GSN)
--1967 - Teri Garr appears (GSN)
--1967 - appearing are Desi Arnaz Jr, Dave Madden, Rip Taylor, Dick Martin (GSN)
--April 1967 - with "Lover's Lounge" wrap-arounds (GSN)
--1967 - Susie Mathers ("Beaver's" sister) picks a date (GSN)
--1968 - red-tinged kinescoope (OC)
--June, 1971 - (GSN)
--spring, 1972 - Mariette Hartley (GSN)
--Dec 25, 1972 - Christmas show with HR Puf'n'Stuff (GSN)
--1973 - Maureen McCormick of "The Brady Bunch" picks a date (average video)(GSN)
1973-74 version:
--fall, 1973 - Little Anthony and the Imperials guest (opening 2 min. segment missing, but Jim's intro intact) (GSN)
--fall, 1973 - Suzanne Somers, Ken Norton (GSN)
--fall, 1973 - Dick Clark picks a date for "Bandstand" regular (GSN)
1978-80 version:
--Sept 1978 - early show with ABC-style opening (RPT)
--fall, 1978 - Willie Aames is guest bachelor (GSN)
--fall, 1978 - Andy Kaufman's first appearance (GSN)
--fall, 1978 - Jimmie Walker asks the questions (GSN)
--early 1979 - (missing first five minutes) (glitchy video) (RPT)
--early 1979 - Jaye P. Morgan appears; Chuck Barris has a cameo (GSN)
--1979 - PeeWee Herman appears (GSN)
--1979 - Phil Hartman appears (GSN)
--fall, 1979 - actress Teri Copley is a guest (originated from youtube; A/V out of sync)(OC)
--fall, 1979 - show from second season (glitchy video) (RPT)
--fall, 1979 - Bob Saget appears (GSN)


DATING GAME (1986-89 version)
Elaine Joyce:

--Sept 15, 1986 - premiere episode (OC)
--fall, 1986 - Cuba Gooding Jr.'s first appearance (GSN)
--Dec 1986 - (some of credits cut off) (OB)
--1987 - Cuba Gooding Jr. appears (OC)
--1987 - first chooser: a Playboy bunny (GSN)
Jeff MacGregor:
--Nov 1987 - first chooser: Nancy (OC)
--early 1988 - first chooser: Marcy (OB)
--Sept 1988 - first chooser: Joe (OC)
--Sept 1988 - first chooser: Lynae (OB)
--fall 1988 - "Love Connection" interview ending (OB)


DATING GAME (1996-99 version)
Brad Sherwood:

--Feb 24, 1997 - satellite feed with bars, slate & tone
Chuck Woolery:
--Sept 8, 1997 - premiere (OC)


DEAL OR NO DEAL (Howie Mandel)
Primetime version:

--Dec 19, 2005 - (premiere) $25,000 win (OC)
--Dec 20, 2005 - $189,000 win (OB)
--Dec 21, 2005 - $201,000 win (OB)
--Dec 22, 2005 - $267,000 win (missing about 1 minute near the end)(OB)
--Dec 23, 2005 - last ep of original run (OB)
--Feb 27, 2006 - it's back! Donald Trump appears; $359,000 win (OB)
--Feb 28, 2006 - a contestant ends up winning just $5 (OB)
--Mar 1, 2006 - a $407,000 win - biggest to date in the US (OB)
--Mar 2, 2006 - $250,000 win (OB)
--Mar 3, 2006 - $5000 win; jackpot climbs to $3 million (OB)
--Mar 17, 2006 - $5000 win (OB)
--Mar 20, 2006 - two big amounts in contestants' suitcases (OB)
--June 5, 2006 - season finale with $5 million top prize; Celine Dion appears (OB)
--Sept 21, 2006 - second-season ep with a possible $6 million prize (OB)
--Sept 22, 2006 - highest-ever win on US version (OB)
--Oct 9, 2006 - a lady blows $98,000 and wins only $750 (OB)
--Dec 7, 2007 - "beach day", models in bikinis; a woman contestant stays with her case until the end, and takes home $1000 (OB)
--Sept 1, 2008 - first million-dollar winner (couple of short segments missing)(OB)
Daytime version:
--Sept 8, 2008 - premiere of syndie run (OB)
--Sept 9, 2008 - second episode (OB)
--Nov 25, 2009 - 2nd-season show; Mary wins $29,000 (OC)


DEAL OR NO DEAL AUSTRALIA (Andrew O'Keefe)
--April 2007 - double-deal Fridays $10 win (OB)
--April 2007 - Tim wins $30,000 (OB)
--April 2007 - $8500 win (OB)
--April 2007 - game goes south quickly (OB)
--April 2007 - general ep (OB)
--2008 - the first $200,000 win (average pic quality)(OC)


DEAL OR NO DEAL CANADA (Howie Mandel)
--Feb 4, 2007 - first ep of Canadian version (OC)
--Feb 8, 2007 - second ep (OB)
--Feb 15, 2007 - third ep (OB)
--Feb 22, 2007 - lady has $1,000,000 in her case (OB)
--Mar 1, 2007 - final ep (OB)


DEALER'S CHOICE
Bob Hastings:

--1973 - early ep. (missing first segment) (SM)
Jack Clark:
--1974 - filmed in Las Vegas (poor video) (SM)
--1974 - another episode from Vegas (SM)
--1974 - same ep edited to 10-min for a "pitchfilm" for a new version (SM)


DEBT (Wink Martindale)
--Jan 17, 1997 - College Week. Rikki, Kelly, Kim (OB)
--Jan 21, 1997 - 3 players back for second time (OB)
--Jan 22, 1997 - details coming soon (OB)
--Jan 30, 1997 - $17,000 win (OB)
--Jan 31, 1997 - last second win (OB)
--Dec 1, 1997 - Jimmie Walker, Erin Moran, Mickey Dolenz (OB)
--Dec 29, 1997 - Teresa, Jeff, Julia (OB)


DECISIONS, DECISIONS (Bill Cullen)
--197? - unsold pilot with Joyce Bulafont, David Letterman (opening clipped, credits missing) (SM)


DEFINITION (Jim Perry)
--Nov 1979 - (10-min clip only) Terry Carter, Audrey Landers (OB)
--fall 1985 - Lynn Gordon, Tony Rosato (OC)
--1985 - Canadian sportcasters Pat Marsden and Dan Matheson appear (audio low) (OC)
--March, 1987 - Canadian game; last ep. of 14th season (audio low) (SM)
--1988 - general ep (OC)


DIAMOND HEAD GAME (Bob Eubanks)
--1975 - first contestants: Karen vs Tootie (GSN)
--1975 - first contestants: Janis vs Doris (GSN)


DISTRACTION (Jimmy Carr)
--2005 - Donald wins an undamaged car (RPT)
--2005 - Randle blows up two prizes (RPT)


DIVIDED (Mike Richards)
--Jan 19, 2017 - first aired episode (GSN)
--Jan 19, 2017 - team leaves with $0 (GSN)
--Jan 26, 2017 - team splits $2000 (GSN)
--Jan 26, 2017 - team splits $16,000 (GSN)
--Feb 2, 2017 - team splits $25,000 (GSN)
--Feb 2, 2017 - team splits $400 (GSN)


DO YOU TRUST YOUR WIFE? (Edgar Bergan)
--1956 - (BW) general episode (OC)
--1956 - (BW) first couple: Starr; champs go for $94,800 (OC)


DOCTOR IQ
Jimmy McClain:

--195x - (BW) Art Fleming appears (SM)
Tom Kennedy:
--Dec, 1958 - (BW) one of Tom's first shows (SM/OC)


DOCTOR IQ JR.
--Dec 1958 - (BW) children's version; Art Fleming appears (SM)


DOG EAT DOG
Brooke Burns:

--Aug 5, 2002 - special Playboy Playmates edition (OC)
--unaired, 2002 - Claudia Jordan is a contestant (GSN)
--May 27, 2003 - Spencer wins $25,000 (OB)
--June 3, 2003 - Dog Pound wins $25,000 over Jamie (OB)
--June 10, 2003 - Dog Pound wins $25,000 (OB)
--June 17, 2003 - Sikend wins $25,000 (OB)
--July 1, 2003 - Thunder wins $25,000 (OB)
UK version:
--2005 - two half-hour episodes edited together; both champs take home 10,000 pounds (BBCA)


DOLLAR A SECOND
Jan Murray:

--1954 - (BW) original version - great show (SM)
--Jan 1955 - (BW) Dagmar fills in for Jan (OC)
Bob Eubanks:
--Feb 7, 1981 - pilot for revival from Chuck Barris (GSN)


DON ADAMS SCREEN TEST (Don Adams)
--May 16, 1975 - "How would you like to be in the movies?" Hour-long pilot featuring James Caan, Connie Stevens, Jason Miller, Patty Duke Astin. Great show! (SM)


DON'T FORGET THE LYRICS (Wayne Brady)
--July 18, 2007 - 3rd ep (OB)
--July 19, 2007 - 4th ep; $350,000 win (OB)
--July 25, 2007 - (OB)
--July 26, 2007 - hour-long episode (OB)
--Nov 29, 2007 - contestant who bombs out on 5th-grader gets 2nd chance (OB)


DON'T FORGET THE LYRICS (Mark McGrath)
--Sept 20, 2010 - first aired episode of syndicated version; $10,000 win (OB)
--Sept 21, 2010 - another $10,000 win (OB)
--Sept 22, 2010 - $5000 win (OB)
--Nov 15, 2010 - $50,000 win (OB)


DOTTO (Jack Narz)
--1958 - (BW) daytime CBS ep that helped start the scandals (OC)
--1958 - (BW) primetime NBC ep. of the rigged classic (OC)


DOUBLE DARE (Alex Trebek)
--1976 - pilot no. 1 (audio low) (BUZZR)
--Dec 13, 1976 - premiere episode (GSN)
--Dec 17, 1976 - Gail vs Joe; Spoiler category: Agatha Christie (GSN)
--late 1976 - Michael at bonus round. Spoiler category: Neil Simon (GSN)
--Dec 29, 1976 - (taped Dec 16, 1976) show no. 13; Tony vs Alan Lusher (SM)
--1977 - Doug vs Mort. Spoiler category: Rembrandt (GSN)
--Apr 29, 1977 - last episode (GSN)


DOUBLE TALK (Henry Polic II)
--Aug 18, 1986 - (premiere) Betty White, Stuart Damon (GSN)
--Dec 19, 1986 - (last ep.) Marcia Wallace, Jamie Farr (OB)


DOWN YOU GO (Dr. Bergan Evans)
--195x - (BW) 1950s word game. Not too exciting. (SM)


DOWNFALL (Chris Jerhico)
--June 29, 2009 - second episode (OB)
--July 6, 2010 - third episode (OB)
--July 13, 2010 - fourth episode (OB)
--July 20, 2010 - last episode of the summer run (OB)


DREAM HOUSE
Mike Darrow:

--1968 - (BW) daytime ABC show (SM)
Bob Eubanks:
--Apr 4, 1983 - premiere (OC)
--Apr 5, 1983 - second episode (OC)
--Oct 31, 1983 - Kevin O'Connell drops by to promote "Go" (OC)
--early 1984 - special celebrity game with Conrad Bain and Mary Jo Catlett (OC)
--Feb 1984 - couple wins house on fifth day (OB)
--May 1984 - celebrity show with Pat Sajak, Vanna White, Kari Michaelson, Jamie Farr (OC)
--June 29, 1984 - last ep. with house win (OB)


DUEL (Mike Greenberg)
--Dec 17, 2007 - first ep of week-long trial run (OB)
--Dec 23, 2007 - finale with $1.7 million win (OB)
--Apr 4, 2008 - show returns with new rules (OB)
--May 2, 2008 - $500,000 win (last half of the show only)(OB)
--June 2008 - couple of duels end in shootouts (OB)
--July 18, 2008 - second-last episode (OB)
--July 25, 2008 - last episode (OB)


DUEL
--200x - UK version with a 470,000 pound win (OC)


EVERY SECOND COUNTS (Bill Rafferty)
--Mar 1, 1985 - car win (SM)
--1985 - general ep; missing first 30 sec (audio buzz)(OC)


EVERYBODY'S TALKING (Lloyd Thaxton)
--Feb 6, 1967 - (BW) debut with different rules; contestants are Geri, Mike & Pat. Wink Martindale appears (SM)
--June 2, 1967 - (BW) Roger Smith, Vivian Vance, Godfrey Cambridge (SM)


EVERYTHING'S RELATIVE (Jim Peck)
--1980 - unsold pilot for ABC (SM)


EYE GUESS (Bill Cullen)
--1968 - (BW) champ: Jan (episode incomplete) (SM)
--1968 - complete color ep. from "Game of the Week" (GSN)


FACE IS FAMILIAR (Jack Whitaker)
--1966 - Pearl Bailey, Mel Brooks (GSN)


FACE THE MUSIC (Alan Thicke)
--March 1976 - Canadian show with a car win (OB) (originated from youtube)


FACE THE MUSIC (Ron Ely)
--Jan. 1980 - (premiere) Mystery face: Ed Asner. Contestants: Marilyn, Bill, Diana, Anthony (USA)
--1980 - Matt, Kathi, Cam (audio muffled slightly) (FAM)
--1980 - Cindy, Isdiro, Irma (audio muffled slightly) (FAM)
--1980 - Beverly, Daniel, Nicole (FAM)
--1980 - Gary, Karyn, Larry. $10,000 win (FAM)
--1980 - Terri, David, Marlo. Mystery face: Bob Barker (FAM)
--1980 - Kathi, Steve, Peggy. Mystery face: Ron Ely (FAM)
--Sept 15, 1980 - second season premiere (audio a little low) (FAM)
--1981 - (possible final episode) Marcelle, John, Regina. Mystery face: Pam Dawber (FAM)


FAMILY FEUD (Richard Dawson)
ABC:

--1976 - pilot with different set (SM)
--July 12, 1976 - premiere (GSN)
--July 14, 1976 - third episode (GSN)
--July 15, 1976 - Levy vs Boyd. First $5000 win (jumpy in parts) (GSN)
--Dec 24, 1976 - Christmas Eve show, taped in Nov '76 (GSN)
--early 1978 - Kamel vs Dellapena. Nobody buzzes in on first question (GSN)
--July, 1978 - Odom vs Stubbs. First player gets 200 in Fast Money (GSN)
--1979 - Tubagh vs Brodenberg; features a question about Goodson-Todman game shows (GSN)
--Aug 5, 1979 - Sammy Davis Jr. hosts the first question (GSN)
--Aug 6, 1979 - day after Sammy Davis Jr. ep (cuts off just after Fast Money win) (OB)
--Nov 12, 1979 - Hatfields vs McCoys (missing first 10 min due to ABC Special Report)(OC)
--Oct 1980 - (taped Sept. 25, 1980) Trejo vs Tunstall. "September" (WinTV version) (GSN)
--Apr 1981 - Johnson vs Buttice; Richard meets Gretchen (GSN)
--mid-1983 - Uegoretz vs Folkins. Uegoretz only get 194 points in Fast Money (GSN)
--June 14, 1985 - last ep. with slate and audience speech (fair video) (SM)
Syndicated:
--fall, 1977 - Finkle vs Shwinn. $10,000 win (GSN)
--fall, 1977 - Gire vs Lambie. $10,000 win (GSN)
--early 1978 - Hyde vs Perotta. $10,000 win (GSN)
--early 1978 - fast money not won (GSN)
--fall 1980 - Smith vs Wojohn; $10,000 win (OB)(originated from youtube)
--early 1981 - Kathy Najimi appears (GSN)
--fall, 1982 - Ugloni vs McCarken. Funny ep.(GSN)
--spring, 1983 - Sharf vs Swanson (GSN)
--spring, 1984 - Nelson vs Switzer. 400-point rule; 7 questions (GSN)
--1984 - Doran vs Legeman. Good game playing; $10,000 win (GSN)
--Sept 12, 1994 - Richard's return after nine years (hourlong) (GSN)


ALL-STAR FAMILY FEUD (Richard Dawson)
--May 8, 1978 - first primetime special. Eight is Enough vs Love Boat; Soap vs Three's Company (GSN)
--1983 - Daytime show: Petticoat Junction vs Brady Bunch (Friday ep.)(GSN)
--1983 - Daytime show: Lost in Space vs Gilligan's Island (Friday ep.)(GSN)


FAMILY FEUD (Ray Combs)
CBS:

--July 4, 1988 - Ray's first episode (GSN)
--July 11, 1988 - Bracey vs Hale (GSN)
--July 18, 1988 - Davis vs Clark (GSN)
--July 25, 1988 - Prosser vs Mendez (GSN)
--Dec 23, 1988 - Christmas show; Ray appears in a Santa suit (missing end credits) (GSN)
--Dec 26, 1988 - next show; Hillier vs Lappy. Hillier's win for the fourth and final time (GSN)
--spring, 1989 - Wiggins vs Walker. Walkers were picked out of the audience when they were one family short for a taping; their second ep. (a few seconds of one question missing due to GSN error) (GSN)
--spring, 1989 - Crawford vs Walker (their third and final ep.) (GSN)
--Dec 22, 1989 - Woods vs Bussey; Christmas decorations on set (GSN)
--Dec 29, 1989 - New Year's show; Brown vs Moore (GSN)
--spring, 1990 - $45,000 Tournament Win (GSN)
--1990 - GLOW vs WCW (Wed ep) (ending clipped) (OB)
Syndicated:
--Sept 1988 - first syndie ep; Fischer vs Ahlstrom (missing first 20 seconds) (OB)
--Feb 20, 1989 - SuperBowl rematch - 49ers vs Bengals (GSN)
--1989 - Grammy winners; Dionne Warwick, Gladys Knight, Vanessa Williams, Luther Vandross, Bobby McFerrin, Little Richard (GSN)
--1989 - Fri ep with Brad Garrett, Joe Alasky, McLean Stevenson, Pat Carroll, Jo Anne Worley, Marsha Warfield (GSN)
--1989 - first player gets 200 in Fast Money; Ray askes funny questions (OB)
--Jan 1990 - Fri. show of Umpires vs Baseball Players week (GSN)
--Dec 1990 - Baty vs Faul (syndicated ep.) (OC)
--1991 - Army vs. Marines (GSN)
--1991 - Young & Restless vs Price is Right (Fri ep) (GSN)
--1992 - rematch: Y&R vs Price (Mon ep) (GSN)
--Sept 9, 1994 - Beckman vs Tran (Ray's last?) (OB)


FAMILY FEUD (Louie Anderson)
--Sept 20, 1999 - premiere (OC)
--Jan 7, 2000 - Milani vs. Benson (taped 9/25/99) (satellite wild feed with bars, tone & slate)
--Dec 7, 2001 - Holler vs Rogers; $20,000 win (taped 6/22/01) (wild feed)
--Jan 2, 2002 - Burton vs Bunting; 196 points in Fast Money (taped 7/15/01) (wild feed)


FAMILY FEUD (Richard Karn)
--Sept 16, 2002 - Richard's first ep., Rico vs Klopferstein. $20,000 win (OB)
--Sept 15, 2004 - early third season; winning family misses in Fast Money (OC)
--May 6, 2005 - Fri ep., former "American Idols" are contestants (OC)
--May 27, 2005 - Fri ep., former "Survivors" are contestants (OC)
--Sept 12, 2005 - Valdez vs Hirtz; new set, and a 199-point heartbreaker in Fast Money (OC)


FAMILY FEUD (John O'Hurley)
--Sept 11, 2006 - John's first aired episode (OC)
--Sept 26, 2008 - Stringham (5th day) vs Bacon (OB)
--Nov 20, 2009 - episode with the Bullseye round (OB)


FAMILY FEUD (Al Roker)
--June 26, 2008 - primetime; Raven Symone vs Joan Rivers (OB)


FAMILY FEUD (Steve Harvey)
--Sept 22, 2010 - Darlings win fourth game (OB)
--Sept 23, 2010 - Darlings win the car (OB)
--Oct 10, 2011 - Quinn vs Flanagan. "Name something that makes you throw up". Nice (OC)
--Oct 3, 2012 - O'Neil vs Lantz (OC)
--June 21, 2015 - hour-long primetime celebrity edition; Toni Braxton, Anthonly Anerson (OB)
--Sept 19, 2016 - season premiere (OB)


FAMILY FEUD CHALLENGE (Ray Combs)
--summer 1992 - third pilot produced to test format changes (BUZZR)
--June 1992 - Young and Restless vs. Guiding Light (OC)
--Oct. 1992 - Fri. ep. of "Divorce Week" (GSN)


FAMILY GAME (Bob Barker)
--1967 - (BW) Chuck Barris produced show (SM)
--Nov 9, 1967 - (BW) Holiday Week (OC)


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