F-L SHOWS


FANDANGO (Bill Anderson)
--1985 - Judy vs Joe vs Roslyn (from April 1986 rerun)(OC)(originated from youtube)
--1985 - Glendon vs Cheryl vs Joe (from April 1986 rerun)(OC) (originated from youtube)
--1986 - Stanley vs David vs Rich (OB)


FAST DRAW (Johnny Gilbert)
--1968 - Anita Gillette and Robert Alda in an early "Win,Lose or Draw"-type show (SM)


FINDERS KEEPERS (Wesley Ure)
--Nov 2, 1987 - premiere of Nickelodeon kids game show. Great house set. (OB)


FOOD FOR THOUGHT (Don Ritchie)
--Jan 1989 - premiere of Canadian show about food; contestants Dave, Tina, Glen (OC)


FRIENDS LIKE THESE
--2000 - hour-long British show that pits men vs women in a series of mental challenges - great show!(OB)
--2000 - another ep., this time England vs Scotland (OB)


FRIEND OR FOE (Kennedy)
--June 3, 2002 - (premiere) "Foe" wins $7200 at end (GSN)
--June 4, 2002 - "Friends" split $8700 (GSN)
--June 19, 2002 - "Friends" split $5200 (GSN)
--Sept 30, 2002 - first ep. from second season marathon w/Kennedy's comments (GSN)


FRONT PAGE CHALLENGE (Fred Davis)
--Dec 20, 1960 - (BW) Christmas show (RPT)
--fall 1961 - (BW) Roger Maris is a guest (RPT)
--Jan 5, 1965 - (BW) Canadian panel show; Malcolm X is a guest (RPT)
--Feb 17, 1995 - last episode (OC)


FUN FACTORY (Bobby Van)
--1976 - Couples throw newspapers through a window (GSN)
--1976 - Three men try to rock a rocking chair the most (GSN)


FUN HOUSE (JD Roth)
--1988 - pilot for the kid's game show(SM)


FUNNY YOU SHOULD ASK (Lloyd Thaxton)
--Jan 1969 - (BW) Noel Harrison, Donna Jean Young, Jan Murray, Nanette Fabray, Jim Backus (OC)
--Jan 1969 - (BW) Milton Berle, Janis Paige, Jan Murray, Rose Marie, Stu Gilliam (OC)
--Mar 24, 1969 - (BW) Zsa Zsa Gabor, Glenn Ford, Martha Raye, Jim Backus, Stu Gilliam (OC)
--Apr 1969 - (BW) Rose Marie, Dean Jones, Stu Gilliam (SM)


GAMBIT (Wink Martindale)
--summer 1974 - couple wins car in bonus round (SM)


GAMBIT (Bob Eubanks)
--Oct 20, 1990 - pilot for revival (SM)


GAME GAME (Jim McKrell)
--fall 1969 - (taped June 1969) Scoey Mitchlll, Nancy Culp (GSN)
--fall 1969 - George Carlin, Jacquelin Susann (GSN)
--fall 1969 - "How Impulsive Are You?" Doug McClure, Jessica Walter, Burt Reynolds (SM)


GENERATION GAP (Dennis Wholey)
--fall 1968 - (pilot) Turtles appear (runs 35 min)(SM)(originated from youtube)
--Feb 14, 1969 - Ohio Express appears (OC)
--Feb 28, 1969 - 3rd ep; Hugh O'Brian and Brooklyn Bridge appear (OC)


GET THE MESSAGE
Frank Buxton:

--Mar 1964 - (BW) Peggy Cass, Phyllis Newman, Orson Bean, Howard Keel (average video) (GSN)
--May 1964 - (BW) Ann Southern, Nancy Dussault, Abe Burrows, Daryl Hickman (GSN)
Robert Q. Lewis:
--Dec 25, 1964 - (BW) last episode; all-celebrity game with Barbara Cook, Arlene Francis, Joan Fontaine, Marty Ingels, Douglas Fairbanks, Mitch Miller, Julia Meade and Orson Bean (GSN)


GET THE PICTURE
--1991 - Nick show for kids (OC)


GET RICH QUICK (Steve Edwards)
--Oct 30, 1977 - pilot with Lynnie Greene, Debralee Scott, Robert Urich and John Ritter. (SM)


GIANT STEPS (Bert Parks)
--late 1956 - (BW) children's quiz show resembling $64,000 Question (OC)


GIVE-N-TAKE (Jim Lange)
--Sept 26, 1975 - Gina, Susan, Judy, Ann (credits cut) (SM)


GO! (Kevin O'Connell)
--Oct 3, 1983 - (premiere) Elaine Joyce, Richard Kline (GSN)
--Nov 15, 1983 - Martha Smith, Charlie Seibert (credits cut) (OB)
--Dec 7, 1983 - Lynn Redgrave, Richard Gilliland (fair video) (OB)
--Jan 20, 1984 - (last ep.) Didi Conn, Charlie Seibert (GSN)


GOING, GOING, GONE (Richard Llwellyn)
--196? - (BW) pilot for a Ralph Edwards "auction" type show. Not bad (SM)


GONG SHOW (1976-80 version)
John Barbour:

--June, 1976 - unaired premiere with Jack Cassidy, Jo Anne Worley and Jamie Farr (GSN)
Chuck Barris:
--June 14, 1976 - (first aired episode) Anson Williams, Phyllis Diller, Jamie Farr (SM)
--June 15, 1976 - Anson, Phyllis, Jamie (SM)
--June, 1976 - Anson, Phyllis, Pat Harrington (GSN)
--June, 1976 - Anson, Phyllis, Pat (GSN)
--fall, 1976 - Jamie, Mitzi McCall, Charlie Brill (GSN)
--Jan(?) 1977 - Arte, Jaye P., Jamie - panel ties Chuck Barris up and takes over show (GSN)
--1977 - Phyllis Diller, Jamie Farr, Jaye P. "Popsicle Twins" ep. (GSN)
--Apr 1, 1977 - Rip Taylor, Susan George, Peter Lawford (RPT)
--1978 - Gene Gene, Jaye P., Jamie. Funny ep. (GSN)
--1978- Unknown Comic, Jaye P Morgan, Pat McCormick (GSN)
--July 20, 1978 - 500th show; second-last in daytime (OC)
--July 21, 1978 - (last NBC episode) Carl Ballantyne, Patty Andrews, Jamie Farr (jumpy video in a couple of spots) (GSN)
--1978 - (syndicated version) - Peter Lawford, Jaye P Morgan, Sammy Cahn (USA)
--1979 - (synciated version) - Jamie, Jaye P, David Shenner (USA)
NBC Primetime:
--1977 - hour-long special. Basically an extended regular episode. Tony Randall appears as a contestant (GSN)
Gary Owens:
--1976 - (syndicated premiere) - Elke Sommer, REx Reed, Phyllis Diller (SM)


GONG SHOW (True Don Bleu)
--Sept 12, 1988 - (premiere) Argus Hamilton, Molly Cheek, Raymone Azteca (missing 20 sec of opening) (OB)


GRAND PRIX ALL STAR SHOW (Michael Young)
--1982 - celebrity stunt show with David Cassidy, Jennilee Harrison, Jay Johnson (OC)


GREED
Chuck Woolery:

--Nov 4, 1999 - two-hour premiere (OB)
--Nov 11, 1999 - (15-min clip) $1,000,000 win (OB)
--Nov 18, 1999 - (15-min clip) $2.2 million try (OB)
--Dec 16, 1999 - three $200,000 wins (OB)
--Jan 6, 2000 - interesting show where no-one gets above $100,000 (OB)
--Feb 4, 2000 - full ep. with the first "million dollar moment" (OB)
--Feb. 2000 - (5 min. clips) the other three "million dollar moments" (OB)
--Mar 3, 2000 - TV Trivia edition - team blows $25,000 question! (OB)
--Apr 27, 2000 - first ep. of "Super Greed" with $4 mil. jackpot (OB)
--May 12, 2000 - $2 million win (OB)
--July 14, 2000 - (last ep.) $200,000 win (OB)
Jerry Springer:
--2001 - hour-long premiere. A team blows the 100,000 pound question (OC)
--2001 - hour-long finale with a 250,000 pound win - the largest in the series(questionable video - jumpy) (OB)


GUESS WHAT (Robin Ward)
--1985 - Canadian game show; Phelan vs Quarles (OC)
--1987 - Kurtz vs Grinton. Kurtz's win 7th game (audio low; missing first minute) (SM)


HAGGIS BAGGIS (Dennis James)
--Feb 18, 1959 - (BW) hidden celebrity face game; includes NBC peacock even though it's a black & white print


HE KNOWS, SHE KNOWS (Mike Darrow)
--1974 - Canadian show; pilot for CTV series (SM)


HEADLINE CHASERS
Wink Martindale:

--Sept 9, 1985 - (premiere) Bob & Cindy; Anne & Fritz (OB)
--Oct(?) 1985 - Bob & Mary vs Anne & Dennis (GSN)
--Nov, 1985 - details coming soon (OC)
Johnny Gilbert:
--1985 - Johnny hosts "rehearsal" with the week's couples; stage directions can be heard at times (SM)


HEADLINE HUNTERS (Jim Perry)
--May 1981 - general ep of Canadian classic (OC)


HE SAID, SHE SAID (Joe Garagiola)
--1969 - (BW) David Susskind, Wally Bruner, Stiller & Meara (GSN)
--Apr 20, 1970 - Sally Feild, John Davidson, Alehandro Rey (GSN)


HIGH LOW (Jack Barry)
--1957 - (BW) Burl Ives, Arlene Dahl and John Van Doren appear; typical B&E quizzer of the time (time code on screen) (OC)


HIGH ROLLERS (Alex Trebek)
--May 19, 1978 - Daphne vs Gene; Gene wins $42,000 (SM)
--Mar 2, 1979 - Randy vs Alan (OC)
--Mar 27, 1979 - Candace vs Pearl (OC)
--Dec 11, 1979 - Sherry vs Fred; Sherry clears the board (OC)
--Dec 31, 1979 - New Year's Eve show; Jane vs Donna (OC)
--Feb 28, 1980 - Techla vs Steven; two big column wins (OC)
--Mar 18, 1980 - Mary Ann vs Cheryl (OC)
--Mar 25, 1980 - Tom vs John. Tom wins $28,000 in one game (OC)
--May 7, 1980 - Rich vs Ted (OC)
--June 20, 1980 - last NBC episode (glitchy video) (OB)


HIGH ROLLERS (Wink Martindale)
--1986 - pilot for most-recent version (SM)
--Sept 14, 1987 - (premiere) Anna vs Al (USA)
--Sept 16, 1987 - (third ep.) Wendy vs Al (USA)
--Sept 17, 1987 - (fourth ep.) Wendy vs Al - still! (USA)
--fall, 1987 - Irene vs Chris (USA)
--fall, 1987 - Janine vs Greg (OB)
--fall, 1987 - Claudia vs Rick; bonus round win (OB)
--fall, 1987 - Rick vs Tracey (OB)
--fall, 1987 - Jean vs Jerry (OC)
--fall, 1987 - Vicki vs Joe (USA)
--Dec 1987 - Darlene vs Brian. Darlene retires with $49,154 (some video interference) (USA)
--Dec 1987 - Teresa vs John (OC)
--Dec 22, 1987 - Christmas-week show; decorations on set (SM)
--Dec 31, 1987 - New Year's Eve show; Delores vs Bill, $19,000 car win(OB)
--Jan 25, 1988 - Cheryl vs John (SM)
--May, 1988 - (last ep.) (USA)


HIP-HOP SQUARES (Peter Rosenberg)
--2012 - Biz Markie, Nick Cannon (OC)
--2012 - Fat Joe, Rachel Feinstein (OC)


HISTORY IQ (Marc Summers)
--Dec 2000 - (premiere) Ronald, Joseph, Ernest (OC)
--Feb 2001 - Dave, Alex, Bill. $25,000 win (OB)
--2001 - second-season premiere; Len, Girard, Andrew (OB)


HIT MAN (Peter Tomarken)
--Jan 3, 1983 - premiere ep; Wizard of Oz, Jeans (OB)
--Feb 3, 1983 - Abbott & Costello; Washington Social Scene; $10,000 win (OB)
--Feb 4, 1983 - American Bandstand & General Custer (OB)
--Feb 7, 1983 - Cleopartra and Dogs (OC)
--Feb 8, 1983 - commercials & Hearst. $10,000 win (audio & video out of sync, no end credits, fair video) (OC)
--Feb 9, 1983 - PTBarnum & Words (OB)
--Feb 10, 1983 - Marlon Brando & Presidents; $10,000 win (OB)
--Mar 1983 - Stardom & Winston Churchill (audio slightly muffled) (OC)
--Mar 1983 - next ep; Jean Harlow & Prophets (no closing segment) (OB)
--Apr 1, 1983 - last ep. with famous contestant plug (OB)


HOLD THAT NOTE (Bert Parks)
--spring 1957 - (BW) musical game show (SM)


HOLLYWOOD CONNECTION (Jim Lange)
--Sept 1977 - Jan Murray, Pat Carroll, Anson Williams, Jaye P. Morgan, Buddy Hackett, Marcia Wallace (GSN)
--Sept 1977 - same celebs. (GSN)
--Oct 1977 - Nipsey Russell, Pat, Jan Murray, Elaine Joyce, Buddy, Jaye P. (GSN)
--Oct 1977 - same celebs. (GSN)


HOLLYWOOD GAME
Peter Allen:

--June 19, 1992 - aired pilot (OB)
Bob Goen:
--June 26, 1992 - second ep.; $25,000 win; bonus category Meryl Streep films (OC)
--July 10, 1992 - Star Trek bonus game


HOLLYWOOD GAME NIGHT (Jane Lynch)
--July 11, 2013 - (premiere) Martin Short, Matthew Perry, Christen Bell (OC)
--July 18, 2013 - $25,000 win; Valerie Bertenelli, Sarah Chalke, Matthew Morrison (OC)


HOLLYWOOD SHOWDOWN (Todd Newton)
--Jan 24, 2000 - (premiere) first contestant: Jonathon (GSN)
--Jan 25, 2000 - second ep. (GSN)
--Jan 26, 2000 - $16,000 Box Office win (GSN)
--Jan 27, 2000 - fourth ep.(GSN)
--Jan 28, 2000 - fifth ep. (GSN)
--spring, 2000 - Gerald and Shulie both win the Box Office (GSN)
--May 10, 2000 - $33,260 win (GSN)
--Jan 1, 2001 - (second season premiere) (GSN)
--Feb 16, 2001 - Fri. ep of "Full Monty" week (GSN)


HOLLYWOOD SQUARES
--for details on all versions, click here


HOLLYWOOD'S TALKING (Geoff Edwards)
--Mar 26, 1973 - (premiere) Donna, Appolos, Gail (SM)


HONEYMOON GAME (Jim McKrell)
--1969 - hour-long pilot that eventually became "Joker's Wild" (SM)


HONEYMOON RACE (Bill Malone)
--fall 1967 - (BW) honeymoon couples race to do stunts in a mall (SM)


HOOSIER KNOW IT ALLS
--1996 - (premiere) neat local Indianapolis show. Daphne vs Greg (OC)
--Feb, 1997 - Radio DJs Bob & Tom(OC)


HOT POTATO (Bill Cullen)
--1984 - Moms to be vs. Teachers (OC)(average quality)
--1984 - accountants raise their total to $22,000 (GSN)


HOT SEAT (Jim Peck)
--July 12, 1976 - (somewhat jumpy video in parts)(OC)


HOT STREAK
Bruce Forsythe:

--1985 - (pilot) (SM)
--1985 - test episode (SM) (originated from youtube)
--Jan 6, 1986 - (premiere) (OB)
--Mar 3, 1986 - general episode (SM)
--Apr 4, 1986 - (last episode) (credits clipped)(OB)
Australian version:
--1996 - $50,000 win (OB)


HOW DO YOU LIKE YOUR EGGS? (Bill Cullen)
--Nov 1977 - QUBE interactive cable system local game show
--Dec 1, 1977 - third episode; includes 10-min of promos for QUBE system


HOW MUCH IS ENOUGH? (Corbin Bernsen)
--Jan 8, 2008 - premiere ep; Tom, Julisa, Kimberly, Cedric (GSN)


HOW'S YOUR MOTHER-IN-LAW (Wink Martindale)
--1967 - (BW) early Chuck Barris show with guests Nipsey Russell, Milt Kamen, Richard Dawson (OC)


I CAN'T BELEIVE YOU SAID THAT (John Salley)
--1998 - Chariboga vs Speech (OC)


I'LL BET (Jack Narz)
--1965 - (BW) Richard Long and Beverly Garland appear (SM)
--Sept 6, 1965 - Denise Durcel and Robert Culp (OC)


I'VE GOT A SECRET (CBS version)
Garry Moore:

--1952 - (BW) Bill Cullen, Jayne Meadows, Eddie Bracken, Kitty Carlisle (GSN)
--Oct 2, 1952 - (BW) Eddie Bracken, Jayne, Melville Cooper, Mina Posh. Mickey Mantle is a guest (GSN)
--Apr 1953 - (BW) Bill Cullen, Jayne Meadows, Henry Morgan, Lorraine Day (GSN)
--Oct 5, 1955 - (BW) the famous episode with Ronald Reagan (GSN)
--1956 - (BW) Lucille Ball is a guest, with Green-Ball award promos (GSN); also (OC)
--Oct 31, 1956 - (BW) Halloween episode, Bud Collyer guests (GSN)
--Dec 12, 1956 - (BW) thousands of pieces of mail received for Bill Cullen(GSN)
--Sept 7, 1960 - (BW) 400th episode; Vic Damone is the guest (GSN)
--Feb 15, 1961 - (BW) Lucille Ball guests; Johnny Carson sits on the panel (OC)
--196x - (BW) Ray Bolger guests (GSN)
--196x - (BW) Otto Preminger guests (GSN)
--May 13, 1963 - (BW) Bill, Betsy, Henry, Bess. Robert Goulet also appears (GSN)
Henry Morgan:
--June 11, 1958 - (BW) Henry guest hosts; Jan Murray and Tony Curtis appear (GSN)
Steve Allen:
--Nov 16, 1964 - (BW) Betsy, Bill, Bess, Henry. Robert Goulet and singing group Shangri-Las appear (GSN)
--Nov 23, 1964 - (BW) Louis Nye cooks a Thanksgiving turkey in a microwave oven (GSN)
--Dec 1966 (BW) Christmas show; Betsy Palmer, Bill, Bess Myerson, Henry. Paul Anka guests (GSN)
--Apr 3, 1967 - (BW) (last ep.) Betsy, Bill, Bess, Henry (GSN)


I'VE GOT A SECRET
Steve Allen:

--fall, 1972 - Pat Carroll, Henry Morgan, Nanette Fabray,Richard Dawson. Guest: Rod Serling (GSN)
--late 1972 - Pat, Bert Convy, Anita Gillette, Richard. Guest: George Kirby (GSN)
--1972 - Pat, Gene Rayburn, Nanette, Richard. Guest: Charles Nelson Reilly (GSN)
--1972 - Milton Berle appears (GSN)
Bill Cullen:
--1975 - pilot for the brief revival; Elaine Joyce, Richard Dawson, Pat Collins, Henry Morgan (SM)


I'VE GOT A SECRET (Bill Dwyer)
--Apr 17, 2006 - first ep of new GSN version; Adam West is the guest (GSN)
--Apr 18, 2006 - second ep (GSN)


I'VE HEARD THAT SONG (Steve Beverly)
--1996 - ep. of Steve's show, with guest singer Emily Matthews (SM)


IDENTITY (Penn Jillette)
--Dec 18, 2006 - premiere of NBC's latest primetime game (OB)
--Dec 19, 2006 - $500,000 win (OB)
--Dec 20, 2006 - $0 win; features a "Price is Right" model (OB)
--Mar 16, 2007 - return ep, with another $500,000 win (OB)
--Mar 23, 2007 - (OB)
--Mar 30, 2007 - (OB)
--Apr 20, 2007 - general episode (OB)


INQUIZITION (The Inquizitor)
--Oct 5, 1998 - (first aired ep.) $250 prize - Jay, Phil, Regan, David (GSN)
--Oct 25, 1999 - (second season premiere) $500 prize - Brendan, Chris, Jason, Wayne (GSN)
--Aug 14, 2000 - (third season premiere) - Eric, Michelle, Ron, Gregory (GSN)


INSTANT CASH
--2011 - Canadian show with a bank teller machine and mall stunts (RPT)


IT COULD BE YOU (Bill Leyden)
--Mar 19, 1957 - (BW) Buster Keaton appears (OC)


IT HAD TO BE YOU (Ed McMahon)
--1966 - (BW) original pilot for "He Said, She Said" (poor video) (SM)


IT TAKES TWO (Vin Scully)
--Apr 3, 1970 - Suzanne Pleshette, Charles Nelson Reilly, Karen Morrow, Joe Campanella (SM)
--June 1970 - Merideth MacRae, Pat Harrington, Gary Crosby (SM)


IT TAKES TWO (Dick Clark)
--1997 - Vicki Lawrence guests (OB)
--1997 - Betty White guests (OB)
--1997 - Darlene Connely, Michael Burger (OB)
--1997 - Ed McMahon (OB)
--1997 - Bowzer, Ron Pearson (OB)
--1997 - Casey Kasem (OC)
--1997 - TVGuide questions (OC)
--1997 - Rod Roddy and Janice Pennington (OB)


IT'S ACADEMIC (Art James)
--Sept 21, 1963 - (BW) 4th ep of local NY version from WNBC (SM)


IT'S ACADEMIC (Mac McGarry)
--1963 - (BW) Washington DC version (SM)


IT'S ANYBODY'S GUESS (Monty Hall)
--Sept 23, 1977 - (SM with slate)


IT'S NEWS TO ME
Walter Cronkite:

--1954 - (BW) John Henry Falk and Anna Lee appear (OC)
John Daly:
--Mar 1962 - (BW) Are these news stories true or false? Mel Allen appears (GSN)


IT'S WORTH WHAT? (Cedric the Entertainer)
--July 19, 2011 - premiere (OC)
--Aug 2, 2011 - third episode (OC)


IT'S YOUR BET
Tom Kennedy:

--Oct 21, 1969 - show 28 with Lyle Waggoner and Imogene Coca (SM)


IT'S YOUR CHANCE OF A LIFETIME (Gordon Elliott)
--June 5, 2000 - debut of Fox's "Millionaire" clone! (OB)
--June 6, 2000 - second episode (OB)
--June 7, 2000 - $1,000,040 win (average video) (OB)


IT'S YOUR MOVE (Paul Hanover)
--1978 - Canadian charades game (grainy picture) (RPT)


JACKPOT
Geoff Edwards:

--Dec. 1, 1974 - (NBC version) $38,000 Super Jackpot win (SM)
--1989 - (syndicated) Lynne - King of the Hill (OB)
--1989 - Diane - King of the Hill (VCR counter) (OC)
--1989 - Fri. ep. of same week. $14,500 Super Jackpot win (OC)
--1989 - $13,500 Super Jackpot win (GSN)
Nipsey Russell:
--1984 - CBS pilot with "Riddle-grams" (SM)
Mike Darrow:
--Sept 30, 1985 - Ellen is first King of the Hill (GSN)
--1985 - Jim, King of the Hill (GSN)
--1986 - Cindy, first Queen of the Hill; car win (USA)
--1988 - Larissa is Queen of the Hill; $4600 Super Jackpot and new car won on this episode (USA)
--1988 - next show; Audrey is Queen of the Hill (USA)


JAN KEN PO / ROCK, PAPER, SCISSORS (Lanai & Augie)
--1998 - Hawaiian trivia game from the foot of Diamond Head; men vs women (OB)


JEOPARDY
Art Fleming:

--1967 - (BW) 5 minute clip of very early show (video OK but not great) (SM)
--Feb 21, 1972 - 2000th show; Mel Brooks appears as "2000 Year Old Man" (GSN)
--spring 1974 - Karen, Ken, Kim; game ends in a tie (SM)
--Apr 24, 1974 - Norma, Larry, Anne (rough video) (SM)
--Jan 3, 1975 - last ep. of original run (fair video) (SM)
--Oct 2, 1978 - first ep. of short-lived revival (OC)
--Oct 3, 1978 - 2nd episode (OC)
--Nov 13, 1978 - Karen, Brian, Vi (OB)(originated from youtube)
--Jan 16, 1979 - Clarence, Nina, Bill (OC)(originated from youtube)
--Mar 2, 1979 - last NBC episode (SM)
Alex Trebek:
--1981 - first pilot with pull cards and '78 opening theme (SM)
--1983 - second pilot with monitors. Questions half the value of current version (SM)
--Sept 17, 1984 - 1st ep. (OB)
--Sept 18, 1984 - 2nd ep.; Greg, Lynne, Paul. 0-0-0 tie after Final Jeopardy (OC)
--Sept 1984 - contestant plays from bottom up (bad spots in video) (OB)
--Nov 1984 - Mike, Penny, Ron (GSN)
--Nov 1987 - last day of Tournament of Champions (missing fist 20 sec or so) (OC)
--Nov 1992 - first Celebrity Jeopardy - Carol Burnett, Donna Mills, Regis Philbin. Funny ep. (GSN)
--Apr 1993 - David, Kevin, Arthur (GSN)
--1993 - the famous episode where the champ wins $1! (average video) (GSN)
--early 1996 - Tim, Peggy, Harry. Player in 3rd place in "Final J" wins (GSN)
--Sept 1, 1997 - 14th season premiere; debut of new music (OB)
--Feb 13, 1998 - Tournament of Champions finale (OB)
--Dec 3, 1999 - Steven/Todd/Liz (sat. wild feed - interesting bit during second break not intended for air)
--Sept 4, 2000 - 17th season premiere; Mort, David, Lenore (sat.feed)
--Nov 26, 2001 - Kirstin, Geoffrey, Harold. First ep. with Double Dollar value (sat. feed)
--May 15, 2002 - celebration of 4000th syndicated episode (sat. feed)
--May 27, 2002 - Daniel, Wendy, Peter. Peter wins by only $2 at end (sat. feed)
--June 10, 2002 - Deleep, Nancy, John. John comes from behind to win $27,000 (sat.feed)
--July 19, 2002 - season finale; Ron, David, Lauren (sat. feed)
--Sept 2, 2002 - season premiere; David, Ricky, Connie. Includes a promo for "Wheel of Fortune" (sat. feed)
--Nov 25, 2002 - first show with new set; Matthew, Faith, Todd (sat. feed)
--Sept 8, 2003 - Sam, Nick, Sharon. 20th season premiere. Includes promo for "Wheel of Fortune" (sat. feed)
--June 14, 2004 - Ken, Matt Ottinger, Scheri (OB)
--July 12, 2004 - Ken Jennings 29th win (OB)
--July 13, 2004 - Ken wins his 30th game and goes over $1 million (OB)
--Oct 25, 2004 - Ken goes over $2 million (OB)
--Nov 29, 2004 - Ken's 74th and last win (OB)
--Nov 30, 2004 - Ken's finally defeated (OB)
--May 23, 2005 - 30 min of interviews and promos from satellite wild feed
--May 25, 2005 - Ken, Jerome and Brad in the Tournament finale (OB)
--July 22, 2005 - 21st-season finale; David Madden's 14th win (wild feed)
--Mar 16, 2007 - the first-ever three-way tie (OB)
--Sept 8, 2008 - 25th-season premiere (OB)
--Feb 16, 2011 - computer "Watson" wins on third day of special tournament (OB)
--Nov 2, 2012 - Keith, Ariane, Paul (OB)


JEOPARDY (Mark Richards)
--1985 - cobbled-together rehearsal footage of two games (SM)


JOKE'S ON US (Monty Hall)
--1983 - Jesse White, Fred Willard, Jackie Kahane, Soupy Sales. (from '86 rerun with '86 commercials)
--1983 - Jan Murray, Leslie Nielsen, Jimmy Walker, Marty Allen (RPT)
--1983 - Arte Johnson, JoAnne Worley, Johnny Yune, Alan Thicke (GTV)


JOKER'S WILD
Allen Ludden:

--Jan 5, 1969 - (BW) original pilot with celebrities (SM)
--Jan 5, 1969 - color pilot without celebrities (SM)
Jack Barry - CBS daytime:
--Sept 4, 1972 - debut episode (GSN)
--Sept 18, 1972 - some early rule changes occur on this ep.(GSN)
--Oct 9, 1972 - Hope vs Jerry. Columbus Day ep. (GSN)
--Nov 22, 1972 - Bill vs Lana. Bill wins Joker's Jackpot. Jack wishes everyone "Happy Thanksgiving" (GSN)
--Dec 15, 1972 - Barbara vs Father Richard. One game takes up whole show. Funny (GSN)
--Dec 29, 1972 - Jackie vs Carlos. Jack wishes everyone "Happy New Year" (GSN)
--Mar 26, 1973 - Barbara vs Barry. Barbara breaks $11,350 Joker's Jackpot (GSN)
--Mar 27, 1973 - Barbara vs Joel. Barbara leaves with over $19,000 - highest ever winner to that point (GSN)
--Apr 17, 1973 - Kids play; Wed ep of Easter Week (slight tracking line) (GSN)
--June 13, 1975 - last CBS episode (SM)
Syndicated:
--Sept 1977 - syndicated premiere (average video) (GSN)
--Oct 1977 - Pat vs Lynn (GSN)
--Nov 1977 - Finale of Tournament of Champs (5 sec video loss near middle; video good but not great) (GSN)
--Nov 1977 - Gil vs Anne; Anne wins seventh game; "Pyramid"-style opening (GSN)
--Jan 1978 - Chuck at bonus round (GSN)
--1978 - general ep, Marie vs Ken (GSN)
--Sept 1978 - champion Ken (GSN)
--Sept 1978 - (next show) Charlene vs Ken (GSN)
--Sept 1978 - (next show) Jane vs Ken (GSN)
--fall 1978 - Hal Shear's lucky suit gets him a three-joker comeback (GSN)
--Sept 10, 1979 - season premiere (taped July 1979) Carol vs Larry (GSN)
--fall 1979 - (taped Aug 1979) Anita vs Gary (GSN)
--fall 1979 - $250,000 Tournament finale (missing first few seconds) (GSN)
--Nov 1980 - $1,000,000 Tournament Finale (GSN)
--July 1982 - Suzanne vs Julian - with audience game (GSN)
--July 1982 - Cathy vs Julian - with audience game (GSN)
--Aug 1982 - August vs Frank - with audience game (GSN)
--Aug 1982 - Frank wins car - with audience game (GSN)
--fall 1982 - Peggy vs Art. Art answers 10 straight Fast Forward questions to win a car (GSN)
--Mar 1983 - show's biggest winner Joe Dunn wins second car (missing first min)(GSN)
--Mar 1983 - Joe is "retired" with $66,000 (GSN)
--1984 - Al vs Mike (GSN)
Jim Peck:
--1983 - Myra vs Jan (slight audio hiss) (GSN)
Bill Cullen:
--fall 1985 - Ricque vs Dave; includes ticket plug (missing first minute) (USA)
--Nov 1985 - Garrison vs Lauryn (GSN)
--May 23, 1986 - last episode (video OK but not great) (OB)
Pat Finn:
--Sept 14, 1990 - Fri. ep. of first week (OC)
--Dec 1990 - categories; Jeff/Kathy/Jay (OC)


JUNIOR PARTNER PYRAMID (Dick Clark)
--1979 - (taped Sept 19, 1979) first episode of a special week with family teams competing (SM)


JUST LIKE MOM (Fergie Olver)
--1985 - Canadian show; Michelle, Kevin and Elena are the contestants (GTV)


JUST MEN! (Betty White)
--Feb 15, 1983 - Tom Reilly, Jay Johnson, David Naughton, Lou Richards (OB)
--late Feb, 1983 - Ken Berry, Tom Dreeson, Tim Reid, Tom Sullivan, Peter Tomarken; car win (OB)
--Mar 4, 1983 - Gene Rayburn, Steve Sax, Byron Allen, Bruce Penhall, Dusty Baker (OB)
--Apr 1, 1983 - last episode (fair video) (OB)


KARAOKE CHALLENGE
--199x - British show from Challenge TV; self-exaplanatory (OC)


KEEP IT IN THE FAMILY (Bill Nimmo)
--Oct 1957 - (BW) families bid against each other for the right to answer questions (SM/OC)


KEY WITNESS (Vincent Price)
--195x - (BW) Vincent acts out scenes and then questions audience about them (SM)


KING OF THE HILL
--Feb 7, 1975 - unsold pilot


KNOCKOUT (Arte Johnson)
--1978 - Maxine, Jack, Anita (part of end credits clipped) (SM)


KRYPTON FACTOR (Dick Clark)
--Aug 1981 - contestants: Jim, Molly, Claudia, Joel (OC)
--Aug 28, 1981 - second last show (SM/OC)


KRYPTON FACTOR (Gordon Burns)
--1999 - British version; Mark, Peter, Kath, Mike (OC)


LAS VEGAS GAMBIT (Wink Martindale)
--Oct 27, 1980 - premiere (SM)
--Dec 18, 1980 - (missing first two minutes) Previte vs Roetmeyer (OC)
--Jan 2, 1981 - Young vs Hack (OB) (originated from youtube)
--March 1981 - starts with Shiras at bonus game (missing part of opening)(OB)
--March 1981 - next episode (ending cut) (OB)
--March 1981 - next episode (no closing segment) (OB)
--March 1981 - champs leave with $24,758 (OB)
--Nov 27, 1981 - last episode; singles week (SM)


LAST WORD (Wink Martindale)
--Sept 1989 - "preview" ep. with Jamie Farr, Michele Scardella (OB)
--1989 - Ted Lange, Jill Whelan (OB)
--1989 - June Lockhart, Dick Van Patten (OB)
--1989 - Maerideth MacRae, Peter Marshall (OB)


LET'S GO BACK (Scott Sternberg)
--1991 - Keith, Dan, Margaret (audio low; VCR counter) (OB)
--1992 - Emily, Loren, Grant (RPT)
--1992 - Nancy, John Goss, Ralph Garman; includes some behind the scenes shots (slight audio buzz)(RPT)


LET'S MAKE A DEAL (Monty Hall)
--1963 - hour-long pilot, with Monty's present-day comments (GSN)
--Dec 31, 1968 - (BW) 2nd ABC ep; includes cool promos for "That Girl" and "Bewitched" (OC)
--1969 - (BW) green-faded kinescope of a daytime show (SM)
--1969 - (BW) daytime ep.; includes promo for "Mod Squad" (OC)
--Sept 23, 1970 - $10,171 Big Deal. A box of candy is worth $4000 (GSN)
--Dec 1, 1970 - first deal involves a check for $10,000 (GSN)
--July 29, 1971 - 2 cars given away; Big Deal worth $8582 (GSN)
--Nov 11, 1971 - $5 becomes $1000; nobody wins Big Deal (GSN)
--1973 - $9566 Big Deal - 2 cars (FAM)
--1973 - $10,503 Big Deal (GSN)
--1975 - the ep. featured on the LMAD docuementary (GSN)
--1975 - first deal involves an old $3 Gold Coin (GSN)
--1975 - Zsa Zsa Gabor wins a car for a viewer; Big Deal $12,106 (GSN)
--1975 - couple wins $20,000 SuperDeal (FAM)
--1975 - woman goes for Super Deal and loses (FAM)
--1975 - nighttime show; exciting 3-keys game (FAM)
--1976 - nighttime show; woman passes up 3 cars! (FAM)
--1976 - syndicated show from Las Vegas
--1977 - syndicated show from Las Vegas; Joanna Gleason guests
--1980 - Canadian version; $4187 "Monty's Piggy Bank" big deal; includes "Jackpot" contestant promo (RPT)
--1980 - Canadian version; $5800 Big Deal - a new car (RPT)
--Sept 1984 - premiere of '80s version (USA)
--fall, 1984 - first deal involves a bag of money; $7533 Big Deal (GSN)
--May 23, 1986 - Carol Merrill & Jay Stewart guest; show No. 4600 (video OK but not great) (USA)
--1990 - NBC revival from Florida (OB)
--Jan 11, 1991 - (last episode) no mention is made (OC)
Geoff Edwards:
--1985 - Geoff fills in for Monty (ending missing) (FAM)
Bob Hilton:
--1990 - general ep. (OB)
Billy Bush:
--Mar 4, 2003 - hour-long first ep. of newest version (OB)
Wayne Brady:
--Oct 5, 2009 - first ep of CBS daytime revival (OC)
--Nov 18, 2009 - $28,638 big deal (OB)
--Sept 20, 2010 - second-season premiere (OB)
--Sept 19, 2011 - third-season premiere (OC)
--Mar 1, 2013 - Monty Hall joins in honor of the show's 50th anniversary (OB)


LETTERS TO LAUGH-IN (Gary Owens)
--Sept 1969 - home viewers submit jokes; Jo Anne Worley, Dan Rowan, Angie Dickinson, Jack E Leonard (SM/OC)


LIARS CLUB
Rod Serling:

--1969 - Dick Gautier and Betty White are among panelists (missing last segment) (SM)
--1969 - Norm Crosby, Bill Bixby, Betty White (SM)
Bill Armstrong:
--1976(?) - early ep. with different rules: George Savalas, Joey Bishop, Fannie Flagg, Peter Marshall (USA)
--1976 - Jim McKrell and Peter Lawford are quests (first 8 min only)(USA)
--1977 - Joey Bishop, Loretta Swit, Dick Gautier, Larry Hovis (USA)
--1977 - Pat McCormick, Peter Marshall, Jo Anne Worley, Larry (fair video) (USA)
--1977 - Norman Fell, Burt Reynolds, Betty White, Larry. Allen Ludden cameo (USA)
--1977 - Tom Bosley, Harvey Korman, Bob Crane, Larry. (USA)
--1977 - Charlie Brill, Mitzi McCall, Peter Marshall, Larry (USA)
Allen Ludden:
--1977 - Dick Gautier, Betty White, Dionne Warwick, Larry (few glitches in video) (SM)
--1978 - (taped 5/15/78) Dick Gautier, Betty White, David Letterman, Larry (SM)
Eric Boardman:
--1988 - Rebecca Arthur, Paul Kreppel, Teri Copley, John Barbour (some audio interference) (OB)
--1988 - Betty Thomas and Jed Allen among guests (RPT)
--1988 - Pete Barbutti, Shannon Tweed, Jimmie Walker (GTV)


LINGO
Michael Reagan:

--Oct 3, 1988 - (premiere) Mary & Pat vs Wendy & Greg (poor video)(OB)
--1988 - (missing first 10 sec. of opening) Gregg & Wendy vs Dawn & Margaret. $16,000 win, early bonus round rules (OB)
--1988 - Kate & Adele vs Les & Sylvia (OB)
--1988 - Kate & Adele win $64,000 (OB)
Ralph Andrews:
--1988 - show 106; Ralph's first day of hosting (SM)
Chuck Woolery:
--Aug 5, 2002 - premiere ep. (GSN)
--Aug 6, 2002 - 2nd ep., $500 win (GSN)
--Dec 9, 2002 - second-season premiere (GSN)
--Dec 14, 2002 - special Christmas episode (GSN)
--Jan 31, 2003 - twins episode: $5000 bonus win (GSN)
--Feb 14, 2003 - 250-250 tie (GSN)
--Mar 11, 2003 - Maisha & Ryan win $5000 (GSN)
--Mar 21, 2003 - Kathie & Sunita win $300 (GSN)
--Apr 1, 2003 - GSN's hosts play for charity; funny ep. (GSN)
--Dec 1, 2003 - third-season premiere (GSN)
--Dec 2, 2003 - couple gets 10 letters in bonus round (GSN)
--Aug 1, 2005 - fourth-season opener with new hostess Shandi; $5000 win (GSN)
--Aug 1, 2005 - Sabrina & Lindsay vs Amy and Jennifer; $5000 win (GSN)
--Apr 3, 2006 - fifth-season premiere (GSN)
--Apr 4, 2006 - $11,000 progressive jackpot won (GSN)
--Apr 2, 2007 - sixth-season premiere; $25,000 jackpot (GSN)
Bill Engvall:
--June 6, 2011 - premiere of new version (GSN/OC)
--June 21, 2011 - $100,000 win (GSN/OC)


LOVE EXPERTS
Jack Cassidy:

--1976 - pilot with Totie Fields, Alehandro Rey, June Lockhart (missing opening and closing)(SM)
Bill Cullen:
--1978 - Jo Anne Worley, Geoff Edwards, Elaine Joyce and Soupy Sales are the panelists (SM)
--1978 - another ep. with the same panelists (SM)
--1978 - David Letterman, Jo Ann Pflug, Soupy Sales, Jo Anne Worley (time code on screen)(SM)


LOVE HANDLES (Stu Geffries)
--1996 - Louisa & Glenn, Leslie & Woda; Cynthia & Bill (OC)
--1996 - Babs & Bas; Catherine & Dean; Tanis & Doug (OC)


LOVE ME LOVE ME NOT (Ross Shafer)
--Dec 20, 1985 - (pilot) for USA version (SM)
--1986 - Gary & Bruce vs Kimberly, Charlene, Sara (GTV)
--Nov 1986 - Dawn, Linda, Daria vs Chris & Kevin (OC)
--1986 - Rich, Richard, Ron vs Sue & Beth (USA)
--1987 - Rick, Graeme, Richard vs Debbie & Nona. Car win (USA)


BURT LUDDIN'S LOVE BUFFET
--Apr 1, 1999 - premiere of GSN show (GSN)
--Apr 8, 1999 - funny sequence about an answering machine (GSN)
--Apr 29, 1999 - cute ep, but probably the last one I'll record! (GSN)


LUCKY NUMBERS (Alex Trebek)
--May 18, 1985 - pilot for "High Rollers" revival (SM)
--May 18, 1985 - pilot no. 2; Vicki vs Michael (SM)


LUCKY NUMBERS
--1994 - British version of "Trump Card"





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