Game Shows T – Z

Take a Good Look (Ernie Kovacs, 1959-1961, ABC)
Hans Conried/Cesar Romero/Edie Adams (A-/Kine/D-186)

Take My Word For It (Jim Lange, 1982-1983, Syndicated)
June Lockhart/Gordon Jump/Roxie Roker/Jon Bauman (A-/SM/GS-557)

Talk About (Wayne Cox, 1988-1989, Canada/1989-1990, Syndicated)
Stripes/Barb vs. Guy/Michelle – premiere (B/OC/GS-385)
Stripes/Barb vs. Dee Dee/Gary – 5th episode (B/OB/GS-385)
Mary Anne/Colin vs. Doug/Bruce (1stGen/GameTV/TA-1)
Mary Anne/Colin vs. Scott/Sally (1stGen/GameTV/TA-1)
Scott/Sally vs. Richard/Naomi (1stGen/GameTV/TA-1)
Richard/Naomi vs. Pam/Kim (1stGen/GameTV/TA-1)
Richard/Naomi vs. Pam/Blair (1stGen/GameTV/TA-1)
Richard/Naomi vs. Narda/Sherry (1stGen/GameTV/TA-1)
Narda/Sherry vs. Glenn/Andrew (1stGen/GameTV/TA-1)
Glenn/Andrew vs. Joanne/Heather (1stGen/GameTV/TA-1)
Joanne/Heather at the bonus round (1stGen/GameTV/TA-2)
Craig/Martin vs. Joyce/Charmane (1stGen/GameTV/TA-2)
Celebrity preview show – Geoff Edwards/Steve Skrovan vs. Marc Summers/Scott Nemes (B/OB/GS-385)
Final episode (A-/OB/GS-152)

Tattletales (Bert Convy, 1974-1978, CBS)
2/18/74 – Dick Gautier, Jerry Stiller & Anne Meara, Elaine Joyce & Bobby Van – First Show (1stGen/GSN/GS-253, /GSN/NM-35.13; /GSN/NM-08.05)
Episode 3 – Dick Gautier & Barbara Stuart/Jerry Stiller & Anne Meara/Bobby Van & Elaine Joyce (A/Buzzr/GS-546)
Episode 4 – Dick Gautier & Barbara Stuart/Jerry Stiller & Anne Meara/Bobby Van & Elaine Joyce (A/Buzzr/GS-546)
Episode 5 – Dick Gautier & Barbara Stuart/Jerry Stiller & Anne Meara/Bobby Van & Elaine Joyce (A/Buzzr/GS-546)
3/74 – Bill Cullen, Chuck Woolery, Allen Ludden and Betty White (1stGen/GSN/GS-63)
4/74 – Orson Bean, Bobby Van and Elaine Joyce, Alejandro Rey (1stGen/GSN/GS-26)
4/74 – James Brolin, Dick Gautier & Barbara Stuart, Patti Deutsch & Donald Ross (2 episodes) (1stGen/Buzzr/TA1)
Show #0083 – John & Patty Duke Astin, Scoey Mitchlll, Mitzi McCall & Charlie Brill (A-/SM OC/TT)
Show #0084 – John & Patty Duke Astin, Scoey Mitchlll, Mitzi McCall & Charlie Brill (A/SM OC/GS-353)
Claire & Scoey Mitchlll, Mitzi McCall & Charlie Brill, John & Patty Astin (GSN/NM-41.09)
1974 – The infamous “Curly’s Toupee” episode (/GSN/NM-114.06)
6/74 – Elena Verdugo, Bob Crane, Fabian (3 episodes) (1stGen/Buzzr/TA1)
7/74 – Bert Convy, Joanne Worley, Harvey Korman Guest Host: Gene Rayburn (1stGen/GSN/GS-94, /GSN/NM-57.04)
7/74 – Dick Gautier & Barbara Stuart/Bobby Troup & Julie London/William Trowbridge & Rona Barrett (1stGen/GSN/TA1)
1974 – Episode with All $100 “Quickies” Day, and Johnny Olson announcing (/GSN/NM-23.09)
Show #0188 – Charlie Brill & Mitzi McCall, Julie London & Bobby Troup, Rona Barrett (B-/SM OC/TT)
1974 – I think this is the first show with the colored montiors instead of the green ones (/GSN/NM-58.04)
1974 – First ep with pot scoring in place permanently! (/GSN/NM-07.01)
1974 – Joe & Jill Campenella, Allen Ludden & Betty White, Claire & Scoey Mitchlll (/GSN/NM-09.08)
1974 – Bobby Van goes nuts during the double question in this show, funny! (/GSN/NM-27.04)
1974 – All-Singles day ep w/ Richard Dawson! (/GSN/NM-23.11)
1974 – William & Marcy Shatner, George & Alana Hamilton, Scoey & Claire Michlll (/GSN/NM-30.02)
1974 – Jack Carter objects profusely to the judge on question #1 and gets his way! (/GSN/NM-41.12)
1974 – Bill Cullen/Allen Ludden & Betty White/Chuck Woolery & JoAnn Pflug (A-/OC/GS-534)
10/75 – Dennis James, Jamie Farr, Eva Gabor (1stGen/GSN/GS-20)
Charles Nelson Reilly, Phyllis Diller, Anne Meara and Jerry Stiller (1stGen/GSN/GS-30)
Gene and Helen Rayburn, John and Patty Duke Astin, Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara (1stGen/GSN/GS-59)
Whitman Mayo, Orson Bean, Wink Martindale (B/GSN/GS-152)
Episode with Bob Barker guest hosting during “Emcees Week” (/GSN/NM-44B.03)
Episode with Bobby Van guest hosting during “Emcees Week” (/GSN/NM-130B.08)

Tattletales (Bert Convy, 1982-1984, CBS)
201 – Howie Mandel, Lloyd Bridges, James Carroll Jordan/Penny Peyser (1stGen/GSN)
11/3/83 – Jamie Farr/Rene Enriquez/Kitty Mofffat (B-/OC/GS-368)
12/9/83 – Scoey Mitchlll/John Patrick Reger & Shannon Tweed/Lee Bergere (A-/OC/GS-368)
421 – Vic Tayback, Nancy McKeon/Michael J. Fox, Schecky Greene (1stGen/GSN)
Elinor Donahue/Jerry Mathers/David Nelson (B+/GSN/GS-546)
Chuck Wagner, Norman Fell, Don Stroud (1stGen/GSN/GS-47)
Lynn Redgrave, Bill Daily, Grant Goodeve – Christmas (1stGen/GSN/GS-135, 1stGen/GSN/NM-106.02)

Teen Win Lose or Draw (Marc Price, 1990-1992, The Disney Channel)
Mayim Bialik vs. Danny Ponce (C+/OB/GS-157)

Think Fast! (Michael Carrington/Skip Lackey, 1989-1991, Nickelodeon)
1989 – Jimmy/Jamie vs. Jim/Allison – Carrington (A/GAS/GS-170)
1990 – Cynthia/Carl vs. Leza/Josh – Lackey (A/GAS/GS-170)
1990 – Candy/Dustin vs. Arianna/Troy – Lackey (A/GAS/GS-172)

Three For the Money (Dick Enberg, 1975, NBC)
Barbara Feldon vs. Jim McKrell (C/SM/GS-269)

Three on a Match (Bill Cullen, 1971-1974, NBC)
3/15/73 – Joan/Bob/Joanne (/SM/NM-26.11)
12/17/73 – Show #587 – Francine/Doug/Don (A-/SM/GS-406)
2/6/74 – Fred/Marilyn/John (A/OC/GS-297)
2/7/74 – Fred/Marilyn/John Day 2 (A/OC/GS-297)
2/8/74 – Fred/Ronni/Lynn – Geoff Edwards stops by to promote Jackpot (A/OC/GS-297)
2/11/74 – Fred/Ronni/Lynn Day 2 (A/OC/GS-297)
2/12/74 – Fred/Ann/Art – Some serious cash/prizes given away here (A/OC/GS-297)

Throut and Neck (Rebecca Grant, 1999, GSN)
2 general episodes (1stGen/GSN/GS-20, GS-23)

Tic Tac Dough now has its own page!

Time Machine (John Davidson, 1985, NBC)
1/7/85 – First contestant: Shannon (A-/OC/GS-364)

To Say the Least (Tom Kennedy, 1977-1978, NBC)
Ruta Lee/Sharon Gless/Jamie Farr/Paul Sylvan (B+/OC/GS-157)

To Tell the Truth (Bud Collyer, 1956-1968, CBS)
1956-1967 Primetime 
Ep #2 – 12/25/56; Earliest existing ep; Polly Bergen, Mike Wallace, Hildy Parks, Dick Van Dyke (/GSN/NM-134.03)
4/9/57 – Polly Bergen, Ralph Bellamy, Kittly Carlisle, Hy Gardner – First contestant: head of Secret Service (1stGen/GSN/GS-209)
4/23/57 – Mary Healy, Ralph Bellamy, Kitty Carlisle, Hy Gardner – First contestant Hungarian WWII hero (1stGen/GSN/GS-262)
12/31/57 – Betsy Palmer, Don Ameche, Kittle Carlisle, Hy Gardner – first contestant is a TV station jack-of-all-trades (A-/Kine/PD-1)
9/2/58 – Polly Bergen, Dick Clark, Kitty Carlisle, Hy Gardner – First contestant: Grand Central Stationmaster (/GSN/NM-57.02)
4/15/58 – Polly Bergen, Don Ameche, Kitty Carlisle, Jim Backus – First contestant: World champion cowgirl (A-/GSN/NM-30.08)
4/21/59 – Polly Bergen, Ralph Bellamy, Kitty Carlisle, Tom Poston – first contestant submarine chaplin (1stGen/GSN/GS-7)
4/28/59 – Betty Comden, Ralph Bellamy, Kitty Carlisle, Tom Poston – First contestant Royal Air Force instructor (1stGen/GSN/GS-7)
9/1/59 – Polly Bergen, Ralph Bellamy, Monique Van Vooren, Tom Poston – first contestant magician (1stGen/GSN/GS-133)
10/8/59 – Polly Bergen, Don Ameche, Kitty Carlisle, Robert Q. Lewis – first contestant Phillipino dancer (1stGen/GSN/GS-10)
10/15/59 – Polly Bergen, Gordon MacRae, Kitty Carlisle, Robert Q. Lewis – first contestant auto designer (1stGen/GSN/GS-10)
1/16/61 – Tom Poston, Polly Bergen, Don Ameche, Kitty Carlisle – first contestant water skiing champion (1stGen/GSN/GS-206)
8/28/61 – Game 1: Children’s advice columnist (1stGen/Buzzr/TA1)
5/22/61 – Game 1 – Air Force judo champion (1stGen/Buzzr/TA1)
6/5/61 – Game 1 – Indian mountain sculptor (1stGen/Buzzr/TA1)
9/17/62 – Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Alan King, Kitty Carlisle – A young Swoosie Kurtz introduces her father (/GSN/NM-120.09)
4/8/63 – Game 1: Navy parachutist (1stGen/Buzzr/TA1)
4/24/67 – Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean, Kittly Carlisle – First contestant was a prisoner of war in China (A-/SM OC/GS-264)
5/22/67 – Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle – Primetime finale (B/Kine OC/GS-264)

1962-1968 Daytime
4/1/64 – Nancy Dussault, Barry Nelson, Ann Sheridan, Sam Levinson – April Fool’s! (B/Kine OC/GS-354)
1964 – Peggy Cass, Ray Bolger, Ann Sheridan, Dick Shawn – First contestant designs doggie clothes (B/Kine OC/GS-354)
1965 – Phyllis Newman, Joan Fontaine, Chester Morris, Sam Levinson – Jack Clark guest hosts (1stGen/GSN/GS-261)
1966 – Peggy Cass, Skitch Henderson, Ann Sheridan, Buddy Hackett – first contestant pancake expert (1stGen/GSN/GS-261)
1966 – Kitty Carlisle, Orson Bean, Peggy Cass, Tom Poston – Can the panel identify Arlene Dahl? (A/GSN/GS-400)
1966 – Kitty Carlisle, Orson Bean, Peggy Cass, Tom Poston – Can the panel identify Roberta Peters? (A/GSN/GS-400)
6/66 – Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle – first contstant collects shells (A+/GSN/GS-463)
6/66 – Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle – Can the panel identify Alan Young? (A+/GSN/GS-463)
6/66 – TP, PC, OB, KC 1st Guest: Wood carver (A+/GSN/GS-565)
6/66 – TP, PC, OB, KC 1st Guest: Necktie designer (A+/GSN/GS-565)
6/66 – TP, PC, OB, KC 1st Guest: Rug designer  (A+/GSN/GS-565)
6/66 – TP, PC, OB, KC 1st Guest: Beer taster (A+/GSN/GS-565)
7/66 – TP, PC, OB, KC 1st Guest: Actor who worked with Orson Bean (A+/GSN/GS-565)
8/66 – Tom Poston, Phyllis Newman, Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle – first contestant won an award for citizenship in valor (A+/GSN/GS-463)
8/66 – Tom Poston, Phyllis Newman, Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle – first contestnt Olympic pentathlon competitor (A+/GSN/GS-463)
8/66 – Kitty Carlisle, Orson Bean, Phyllis Newman, Tom Poston – Can the panel identify Bert Parks? (A/GSN/GS-507)
8/66 – TP, Phyllis Newman, OB, KC 1st Guest: Carves wooden Indians (A+/GSN/GS-565)
8/66 – TP, Phyllis Newman, OB, KC 1st Guest: Paints with yarn (A+/GSN/GS-565)
8/66 –  TP, Betty White, OB, KC 1st Guest: Marine biologist (A+/GSN/GS-565)
8/66 – TB, Betty White, OB, KC 1st Guest: Trolley car collector (A+/GSN/GS-565)
8/66 – Tom Poston, Betty White, Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle – first contestant was the youngest to fly cross country (A+/GSN/GS-463)
8/66 – Tom Poston, Betty White, Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle – Can the panel identify Dr. Joyce Brothers? (A+/GSN/GS-464)
8/66 – Tom Poston, Betty White, Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle – first contestant manages a health center (A+/GSN/GS-464)
8/9/66 – Tom Poston, Betty White, Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle – First subject collects trolley cars (A+/GSN/GS-502)
8/23/66 – Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean, Joan Fontaine – First subject collects license plates (A+/GSN/GS-502)
8/66 – Joan Fontaine, TP, OB, PC 1st Guest: Director of Jazz Museum (A+/GSN/GS-566)
8/66 – Joan Fontaine, TP, OB, PC 1st Guest: Furniture designer (A+/GSN/GS-566)
8/66 – Joan Fontaine, TP, OB, PC 1st Guest: Marbling artist (A+/GSN/GS-566)
9/2/66 – Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean, Joan Fontaine – Can the panel identify Kitty Carlisle? (A-/GSN/GS-398)
9/5/66 – Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle – First sailed around the world in a 30 ft. boat (A/GSN/GS-509)
9/6/66 – Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle – Can the panel identify Morey Amsterdam? (A/GSN/GS-509)
9/7/66 – Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle – First is a Pentagon receptionist (A/GSN/GS-509)
9/8/66 – Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle – First is an underwater skindiver (A/GSN/GS-509)
9/9/66 – Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle – First is a public speaking expert (A/GSN/GS-509)
9/12/66 – Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle – First sculpts out of stones from the beach (A/GSN/GS-509)
9/13/66 – Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle – First is a fashion designer (A/GSN/GS-509)
9/14/66 – Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle – First created a map of the moon (A/GSN/GS-509)
9/15/66 – Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle – Can the panel identify Cab Calloway? (A/GSN/GS-509)
9/16/66 – Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle – First is a female trapeze artist (A/GSN/GS-509)
9/19/66 – Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle – First is an aerospace nurse (A/GSN/GS-509)
9/20/66 – Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle – Can the panel identify Elsa Lanchester? (A/GSN/GS-509)
9/66 – Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle – First runs a hotel for dogs (A/GSN/GS-507)
Recorded 9/23/66 – Show #D1120 – Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle – Can the panel identify Mel Torme? (A+/SM OC/GS-354)
10/66 – Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle – Can the panel identify Sebastian Cabot? (A+/GSN/GS-464)
10/66 – Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle – First subject teaches ladies how to prevent attacks (A+/GSN/GS-502)
10/66 – Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle – First subject is an animal eavesdropper (A+/GSN/GS-502)
10/66 – Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle – Can the panel identify Peter Duchin? (A+/GSN/GS-502)
10/66 – Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Barry Nelson, Kitty Carlisle – Can the panel identify Hume Cronyn? (A+/GSN/GS-502)
10/66 – Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle – First won the Metropolitan Opera competition (A/GSN/GS-507)
11/66 – Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle – Can the panel identify Rose Marie? (A+/GSN/GS-464)
11/66 – Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle – first contestant got married in a helicopter (A+/GSN/GS-464)
11/66 – Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle – first contestant creates movie monsters (A+/GSN/GS-464)
11/66 – Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle – Can the panel identify Larry Blyden? (A+/GSN/GS-465)
11/66 – Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle – first conestant is Orson Bean’s co-star (A+/GSN/GS-465)
11/66 – Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle – First is a lady Tel Aviv traffic cop (A/GSN/GS-507)
11/66 – Kitty Carlisle, Orson Bean, Peggy Cass, Tom Poston – Can the panel identify Joan Fontaine? (A/GSN/GS-507)
12/23/66 – Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle – First contestant is always late – GSN left in the commercials! (A/GSN OC/GS-354, A/GSN/GS-507)
1966 – Gretchen Wyler, Orson Bean, Peggy Cass, Tom Poston – Can the panel identify Steve Lawrence? (1stGen/GSN/GS-257)
1967 – Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle – first audience vote episode, with 12 person “jury” (A/GSN/GS-400)
4/67 – Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle – First subject helped select jurors for the Dr. Sam Shepard trial (A/GSN/GS/399)
5/25/67 – Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean, Betsy Palmer – Mark Goodson sub-hosts (A/GSN/GS-304)
5/26/67 – Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean, Betsy Palmer – Mark Goodson sub-hosts again (A/GSN/GS-409)
1967 – Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean, Betsy Palmer – First subject: expert on the Boston Strangler – Mark Goodson subhosts (A/GSN/GS-398)
1967 – Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle – First subject dropped thousands of “Will You Marry Me?” pamphlets from the sky!
(A+/GSN/GS-399)
1967 – Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle – First subject was held prisoner in Russia (A/GSN/GS-400)
1967 – Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle – Janice (Pennington) Jacobsen’s husband is the first subject (A/GSN/GS-353)
1967 – Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle – Bert Convy’s wife Anne is the first subject (A/GSN/GS-353)
1968 – Robert Q. Lewis, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle – Loretta Lynn’s husband is a subject – Bert Convy subhosts (A/GSN/GS-304)
1968 – Show #1545 – Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle – Hedy Lamarr’s son is the first contestant (A+/SM OC/GS-354)
1968 – Show #1564 – 1968 – Bert Convy, Betty White, Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle – Can the panel identify Mrs. Noel Harrison? (1stGen/GSN)
1968 – Bert Convy, Joanna Barnes, Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle – finale (A-/SM OC/GS-340, /GSN/NM-71.06, 1stGen/GSN/NM-80A.12)

To Tell the Truth (Garry Moore/Joe Garagiola, 1969-1978, Syndicated)
#0401 – 1970 – Bill Cullen, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle – Season premiere, Paul Alter and Mark Goodson’s secretary are impostors in a game (A/GSN/GS-559)
1970 – Gene Rayburn, Kitty Carlisle, Bill Cullen, Peggy Cass – Which G/T staffer (Jerry Chester, Ann Nixon, or Ira Skutch) wrote a book about jury
duty? (A-/GSN/GS-399)
1970 – Bill Cullen, Anita Gillette, Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle – first contestant designs clothes for men (TV theme composer Stan Worth is an imposter!)
(A/GSN/GS-409)
1970 – Hilarious ep w/ Bill Cullen, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle (/GSN/NM-07.02)
1970 – Episode with an expert on Porto Wine (/GSN/NM-07.05)
1970 – Episode with the inventor of the waterbed, Jeff Martin (/GSN/NM-07.08)
1970 – Episode with a collector of photos of Lana Turner (/GSN/NM-08.07)
1970 – Garry Moore hands out pies to the audience at the start of this show (/GSN/NM-06.02)
1970 – This show has some child chefs; panel: BC, PC, Orson Bean, KC (/GSN/NM-09.02)
1970 – Bill Cullen guest hosts on this episode (/GSN/NM-41.03)
1970 – Garry starts out on the street with a marching band (missing 2nd sgmt) (/GSN/NM-41.15)
1970 – Episode with the infamous Trolley incident (/GSN/NM-81B.03)
1970 – Peggy Cass, Bill Cullen, Kitty Carlisle, Mark Goodson – First did an in-depth education study, Goodson fills in on short notice for Tom Poston (B/GSN/GS-508)
#0511 – Durward Kirby, Peggy Cass, Mark Goodson, Kitty Carlisle – Bill Cullen hosts – Game 1 – Founded organization to help fat people (A/Buzzr/TA1)
#0512 – Durward Kirby, Peggy Cass, Mark Goodson, Kitty Carlisle – Bill Cullen hosts – Game 1 – Bagel King (Peggy hosts a round) (A/Buzzr/TA1)
#0514 – Durward Kirby, Peggy Cass, Mark Goodson, Kitty Carlisle – Bill Cullen hosts – Game 1 – Alehouse owner (A/Buzzr/TA1)
#0515 – Durward Kirby, Peggy Cass, Mark Goodson, Kitty Carlisle – Bill Cullen hosts – Game 1 – Professional thief turned flower arranger (A/Buzzr/TA1)
#0573 – 1970 – Bill Cullen, Peggy Cass, Bennett Cerf, Kitty Carlisle – First contestant daughter of cartoonist Al Hirschfeld (Kitty hosts a round) (A-/GSN/GS-562)
#0575 – 1970 – Bill Cullen, Peggy Cass, Bennett Cerf, Kitty Carlisle – 1st Guest: Kayaked from NYC to Miami (A-/GSN/GS-566)
#0692 – 1970 –  Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Bill Cullen, Sharon Kay Ritchie – First contestant “Jesus Christ Superstar” writer Tim Rice (B+/GSN/GS-559)
#0701 – Mark Goodson, Peggy Cass, Bill Cullen, Martha Mitchell – Game 1: Puppeteer Peter Baird (A/Buzzr/TA1)
#0702 – Mark Goodson, Peggy Cass, Bill Cullen, Martha Mitchell – Game 1: Inventor of Teflon (A/Buzzr/TA1)
#0703 – Mark Goodson, Peggy Cass, Bill Cullen, Martha Mitchell – Game 1: Editor of Modern Bride magazine (A/Buzzr/TA1)
#0814 – 1971 – Gene Rayburn, Meredith MacRae, Larry Blyden, Kitty Carlisle – Carroll Spinney, aka Big Bird (A-/GSN/GS-556)
Gene Rayburn, Peggy Cass, Bill Cullen, Kitty Carlisle – First contestant is gardening expert Jerry Baker (1stGen/GSN/GS-71)
Peggy Cass, Bill Cullen, Kitty Carlisle, Tom Kennedy – first contestant taught JFK to paint (1stGen/GSN/GS-83)
Barbara Howar, Bill Cullen, Nipsey Russell, Peggy Cass – first contestant Olympic volleyball player (1stGen/GSN/GS-85)
Bill Cullen, Peggy Cass, Tom Poston, Kitty Carlisle – first contestant is authority on non-verbal communication (1stGen/GSN/GS-89)
Taped 12/19/72 (WinTV) – Gene Rayburn/PC/BC/KC (/GSN/NM-104.08)
1973 – Bill Cullen, Kitty Carlisle, Joe Garagiola, Peggy Cass – Who is the real Orville Redenbacker? (A+/GSN/GS-401)
1975 – Bill Cullen, Peggy Cass, Nipsey Russell, Kitty Carlisle – First contestant is William Hanna of animation fame! (A-/GSN/GS-399)
1975 – Bill Cullen, Peggy Cass, Nipsey Russell, Kitty Carlisle – First contestant is WB cartoon director Bob Clampett! (A/GSN/GS-398)
1975 – Episode with Gene Roddenberry, creator of Star Trek (/GSN/NM-79.07)
1976 – Garry Moore’s final show with an emotional touching goodbye (/GSN/NM-32.12)
First guest: David Prowse – the man in the Darth Vader suit in Star Wars (1stGen/GSN/GS-254)
First guest is Frank Abignale – the subject of the movie “Catch Me If You Can” (1stGen/GSN/GS-322)
1977 – Nipsey Russell, Peggy Cass, Bill Cullen, Kitty Carlisle – First game: Man who jumped off WTC building (A-/OC/GS-550)
1977 – Peggy Cass, Bill Cullen, Kitty Carlisle, Tom Seaver – First contestant founded Women for Sobriety (B+/GSN/GS-558)

To Tell the Truth (Robin Ward, 1980-1981, Syndicated)
9/8/80 – Robin Ward premiere (/GSN/NM-81B.08)
Thom McKee is the first subject (/GSN/NM-79.03)
Larry King (1stGen/GSN/GS-98)
John Wade/Susan Lucci/Bill Cullen/Polly Bergen – Includes a retake because Ward forgot to introduce the game 2 imposters! (B+/SM/GS-269)

To Tell the Truth (Gordon Elliott/Lynn Swann/Alex Trebek, 1990-1991, NBC)
9/3/90 – Richard Kline pilot that was accidentally aired on the east coast by NBC (/OB/NM-81B.07)
9/3/90 – Gordon Elliot premiere that did air on the west coast (/GSN/NM-81B.04)
12/24/90 – Xmas ep with the Ho Ho Hotline, and cameos by Rip Taylor and Christopher Hewitt (1stGen/GSN/NM-106.05)
First contestant was voice of The Little Mermaid (1stGen/GSN/GS-16)
Features an Air Force “Top Gun” as a subject (/GSN/NM-120.06)
2/19/91 – MARK GOODSON subs for Alex Trebek while his wife gave birth (/GSN/NM-81B.05)
5/31/91 – Trebek finale; Paul Alter is the subject in “One on One” (/OC/100A.13)

To Tell the Truth (John O’Hurley, 2000-2001, Syndicated)
9/18/00 – Premiere – Panel: Meshach Taylor, Paula Poundstone (ugh), Dave Coulier, Brande Roderick; Infamous wiener bit (1stGen/OC/NM-132.01)
Meshach Taylor, Paula Poundstone, Bryan Cranston, Melody Thomas-Scott; One subject is a professional slob (1stGen/OC/132.02)

To Tell the Truth (Anthony Anderson, 2016-Present, ABC)
#101 – 6/14/16 – Nene Leakes, Tracee Ellis Ross, Jalen Rose, Betty White (1stGen/OB/TA1)
#102 – 6/21/16 – Nene Leakes, Iliza Schlesinger, Jalen Rose, Betty White (1stGen/OB/TA1)
#103 – 6/14/16 – Nene Leakes, Mike Tyson, Jalen Rose, Betty White (1stGen/OB/TA1)
#104 – 6/28/16 – Nene Leakes, Brooks Whelan, Jalen Rose, Betty White (1stGen/OB/TA1)
#105 – 7/5/16 – Nene Leakes, Yvette Nicole Brown, Jalen Rose, Betty White (1stGen/OB/TA1)
#106 – 7/12/16 – Nene Leakes, Daymond John, Jalen Rose, Betty White (1stGen/OB/TA1)

Top Card (Jim Caldwell/Dan Miller, 1989-1993, TNN)
Debbie/Barry/Sandy (B/TNN/GS-185)

Treasure Hunt (Geoff Edwards, 1973-1977/1981-1982, Syndicated)
9/10/73 – Premiere of the 1973 version (/GSN/NM-47A.10)
1973 – Early episode (C/GSN/GS-264)
1974 – $25,000 is given away! (1stGen/GSN/GS-276)
1974 – $12,000 and a Rolls Royce are given away (1stGen/GSN/GS-288)
1974 – First contestant: Jean – Chuck Barris makes a cameo, contestant points out a phone prop is fake! – low audio (B/CBN/GS-399)
1974 – $8,000 win (C/GSN/GS-476)
1976 – Yolanda wins $5,000 (B-/CBN/GS-476)
1981 – Ethel’s second day  (1stGen/GSN/GS-57)
1981 – Margaret’s second day (1stGen/GSN/GS-133)
1981 – Episode with a very funny telephone ringing bit;  Check is worth $49,000 (/GSN/NM-14.02)
1981 – 8 episodes with a $50,000 check up for grabs, last one has the BIG $50,000 win (/GSN/NM-117.02 – NM-117.09)

Trivia Trap (Bob Eubanks, 1984-1985, ABC)
Pilot episode with the “elimination” format and a slightly different bonus game (/SM/NM-71.03)
10/8/84 – Premiere episode (1stGen/GSN/GS-51, /GSN/NM-71.14)
Seniors: Bob/Mary/Susan vs. Juniors: Pat/Lynne/Lisa (1stGen/GSN/GS-470)
2nd format episode with a painful loss on the trivia ladder (/GSN/NM-30.01)
4/5/85 – Series Finale (A/GSN/GS-304, C/OB/NM-82.13)

Truth or Consequences (Bob Barker, 1966-1975, Syndicated)
12/31/56 – Bob Barker’s FIRST EPISODE (A-/Kine/NM-82.04)
12/61 – The comparisons of the Average Man (A-/RPT/NM-19.01)
First contestants: Scott & Bernie (A/Color Kine/GS-186, A/Color Kine/NM-82.09)

Twenty One (Jack Barry, 1956-1958, NBC)
Herb Stempel vs. Charles Van Doren (B/Kine/GS-185, /Kine/NM-26.07)
Hank Bloomgarden vs. Harold Craig (A/Kine/PD-1)

Twenty One (Maury Povich, 2000, NBC)
1/9/00 – Premiere episode, very dull and dumb questions (/OC/NM-74.04)

Two for the Money (Herb Shriner/Sam Levenson, 1952-1957, CBS/NBC)
10/15/55 episode (/GSN/NM-82.12)

TV Land’s Ultimate Fan Search (Chuck Woolery, 1999-2000, TV Land)
1999 Finals (one-shot special) (1stGen/TV Land/GS-63)
Complete 2000 series (1stGen/TV Land/GS-315, GS-316)

Video Power (“Johnny Arcade”, 1990-1992, Syndicated)
Games: Little Nemo & Mega Man 2 (B-/OC/GS-179)
Games: Maniac Mansion & Super Off Road (B-/OC/GS-179)

The Weakest Link (Anne Robinson, 2001-2002, NBC)
5/21/01 – Comedians edition, has Rob Schneider’s famous “sexy link” quip, Anne cracks (/GSN/NM-144.06)
11/25/01 – Classic TV Stars – Jill Whelan/Fred Berry/Nell Carter/Erik Estrada/Joan Van Ark/Erin Moran/Cindy Williams/Mackenzie Phillips (1stGen/GSN/GS-470)
1/13/02 – Seinfeld Sidekicks (1stGen/GSN-TA1)

The Weakest Link (George Gray, 2002-2003, Syndicated)
Scott/John/Tina/Laura/Joe/Stefanie – $25,000 bank in round 1 (1stGen/OC/GS-470)

Whammy!: The All-New Press Your Luck (Todd Newton, 2002-2004, GSN)
First aired show (1stGen/GSN/GS-123)
Halloween Show (1stGen/GSN/GS-127)
Graham Elwood hosts – April Fool’s Special (1stGen/GSN/GS-130)
Ed/James Larson/Janie – Big PYL rematch! (A/GSN/GS-187)

What’s Going On? (Lee Bowman, 1954, ABC)
11/28/54 – In panel: Susie Oakland, Gene Raymond, Kitty Carlisle (1stGen/GSN/GS-67, /GSN/NM-29.03)
12/5/54 – In panel: Jayne Meadows, Hy Gardner, Kitty Carlisle (1stGen/GSN/GS-94)
12/12/54 – In panel: Susie Oakland, Cliff Norton, Kitty Carlisle (1stGen/GSN/GS-72)

What’s My Line? (John Daly, 1950-1967, CBS)
2/2/50 – First episode (1stGen/GSN/GS-3, /GSN/NM-26.05, /GSN/NM-35.10)
2/16/50 – Mystery Guest: Elliott Roosevelt – Arlene’s first show (A/GSN/GS-346)
3/2/50 – Mystery Guest: Artie Shaw (A/GSN/GS-346, 1stGen/GSN/NM-D179.01)
4/12/50 – Mystery Guest: Elsa Maxwell (A/GSN/GS-346, 1stGen/GSN/NM-D179.04)
10/15/50 – Mystery Guest: Gloria Swanson – Bennett’s first show (A/GSN/GS-346)
12/31/50 – Mystery Guest: Guy Lombardo (A/GSN/GS-347)
3/4/51 – Mystery Guest: Admiral William Halsey (A/GSN/GS-347)
3/18/51 – Mystery Guest: Sen. Estes Kefauver (1stGen/GSN/GS-466)
3/30/52 – Mystery Guest: Arthur Godfrey (A/GSN/GS-347)
7/20/52 – Mystery Guest: Ann Sheridan (1stGen/GSN/GS-466)
7/27/52 – Mystery Guest: Victor Borge (1stGen/GSN/GS-466)
11/9/52 – Mystery Guest: Desi Arnaz (1stGen/GSN/GS-39)
3/14/54 – Mystery Guest: Louis Armstrong; guest is a brewery guide in Milwaukee (/GSN/NM-30.10)
10/31/54 – Mystery Guest: Ray Milland; guest guards gold at Fort Knox (/GSN/NM-54.07)
1/9/55 – Mystery Guest: Tony Curtis (1stGen/Buzzr/TA1)
1/16/55 – Mystery Guest: Esther Williams; guest sells eyeglasses for chickens (/GSN/NM-54.03)
5/29/55 -Mystery Guest: McGuire Sisters; guest tests bulletproof vests (/GSN/NM-54.06)
6/12/55 – Mystery Guest: Tom Ewell (1stGen/Buzzr/TA1)
8/14/55 – Mystery Guest: Paul Muni (with violin in tow) (/GSN/NM-144.02)
8/28/55 -Double MG Ep: Lilly Daché, Peggy King (/GSN/NM-144.05)
9/4/55 – Double MG Ep: Sec. of Labor James Mitchell, Jean Pierre Aumont (/GSN/NM-144.07)
10/2/55 – Mystery Guests: Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz – includes original commercials (A/Kine/GS-143, /GSN/NM-144.04)
1/15/56 – Edward G. Robinson (1stGen/Buzzr/TA1)
1/22/56 – Henry Cabot Lodge (1stGen/Buzzr/TA1)
8/12/56 – Chicago ep – Mystery Guests: Walter Cronkite and CBS News Convention Team, Mrs. Perle Mesta (/GSN/NM-149.01)
10/7/56 – Mystery Guests: Sal Maglie, Ann Miller (1stGen/GSN/GS-209)
4/21/57 – Mystery Guest: Robert Young (1stGen/GSN/GS-39)
9/29/57 – Bennett Cerf guest hosts (1stGen/GSN/GS-220)
3/8/59 – Mystery Guest: Fred MacMurray (1stGen/GSN/GS-39)
4/5/59 – Mystery Guest: Jeanne Crain; guest teaches butchering at San Quentin (/GSN/NM-54.05)
6/28/59 – Mystery Guest: Red Buttons – Eammon Andrews guest hosts (1stGen/GSN/GS-310)
9/20/59 – HILARIOUS ep w/ Groucho Marx Mystery Guest: Claudette Colbert (/RPT/NM-101.10)
11/8/59 – Mystery Guest – Joanne Woodward and Paul Newman (1stGen/GSN/GS-235)
5/1/60 – Mystery Guest: Laurence Harvey (1stGen/GSN/GS-262)
5/8/60 – Mystery Guest: Gertrude Berg (1stGen/GSN/GS-262)
7/16/61 – Mystery Guest: McGuire Sisters; guest makes false teeth for cows (/GSN/NM-54.04)
10/15/61 – Mystery Guest: Piper Laurie (1stGen/GSN/GS-7)
10/22/61 – Mystery Guest: Yves Montand (1stGen/GSN/GS-7)
12/31/61 – Mystery Guest: Mickey Rooney (1stGen/GSN/GS-57)
1/14/62 – Mystery Guest: Tuesday Weld (1stGen/GSN/GS-10)
2/4/62 – Mystery Guest 1: Mark Goodson and Bill Todman, Mystery Guest 2: Bob Newhart (1stGen/GSN/GS-112)
4/22/62 – Mystery Guest: Hedda Hopper (1stGen/GSN/GS-4)
2/9/64 – Mystery Guest: Jane Fonda, a classic segment! (/GSN/NM-54.09)
5/23/65 – Mystery Guest: Liza Minelli (1stGen/GSN/GS-32)
10/3/65 – Mystery Guest:  Sean Connery (1stGen/GSN/GS-235)
11/7/65 – Mystery Guest: Joey Heatherton – Dorothy Kilgallen’s last show (1stGen/GSN/GS-123)
11/14/65 – Mystery Guest: Maureen O’Sullivan – First show without Dorothy (1stGen/GSN/GS-123 – first couple seconds missing, B/Kine/NM-82.17 –               vertical hold issues)
1/2/66 – Mystery Guest: Geraldine Chaplin (1stGen/GSN/GS-287)
1/16/66 – Mystery Guest: Mickey Rooney (1stGen/GSN/GS-289)
9/11/66 – Mystery Guest: Warren Beatty – First show in color (1stGen/GSN/GS-104)
11/27/66 – Mystery Guests: Frank Sinatra, Mia Farrow (1stGen/GSN/GS-109, /GSN/NM-10.03)
1/8/67 – Mystery Guest: Jane Fonda (1stGen/GSN/GS-235)
1/22/67 – Double mystery guest ep w/ Vince Lombardi (/GSN/NM-48.07)
6/11/67 – Mystery Guest: Melina Mercouri; Kelly Lange, later of KABC is a guest (/GSN/NM-54.08)
9/3/67 – Final episode (/Kine+C/NM-26.06, 1stGen/GSN/NM-80A.13)

What’s My Line? (Wally Bruner/Larry Blyden, 1968-1975, Syndicated)
9/9/68 – Premiere with Soupy Sales, Meredith McRae, Gene Rayburn, Arlene Francis (/GSN/NM-82.14)
1968 – SS, Meredith Macrae, Joel Gray, AF; guest makes tails for Playboy bunnies (/GSN/NM-54.12)
1969 – #49-4 – Mystery Guest: Jaye P. Morgan (1stGen/GSN)
1969 – Mystery Guest: Bud Collyer (C+/GSN/GS-549)
1970 – Soupy Sales, Sandy Duncan, Henry Morgan, AF (/GSN/120.08)
1970 – Mystery Guest: Alan Alda (A/GSN/GS-558)
Mystery Guest: Ozzie Nelson (1stGen/GSN/GS-39)
Mystery Guest: Shelley Berman – Panelist Marcia Rodd falls out of her chair at one point (1stGen/GSN/GS-83)
Mystery Guest: Jaqueline Bisset (1stGen/GSN/GS-89)
Mystery Guest: Michael Caine (1stGen/GSN/GS-235)
Mystery Guest: Gene Hackman (1stGen/GSN/GS-235)
Mystery Guest: Dustin Hoffman (1stGen/GSN/GS-235)
Mystery Guest: Larry Blyden (A-/GSN/GS-249)
Mystery Guest: Wally Bruner (A/GSN/GS-249)
Mystery Guest: James Earl Jones (1stGen/GSN/GS-254)
Mystery Guest: Gene Shalit (1stGen/GSN/GS-71, cuts off during credits)
Mystery Guest: Mel Brooks, Bennett Cerf is a panelist (A-/SM Slate/GS-271)
Mystery Guest: Peter Nero (B-/RPT/GS-271)
Mystery Guest: Bob and Ray (1stGen/GSN/GS-287)
Mystery Guest: Tony Randall (1stGen/GSN/GS-44)
Mystery Guests: Jimmy Carter, Joan Fontaine (1stGen/GSN/GS-323)
1972 – Larry’s first 2 shows; SS, Dana Valery, Gene Shailt, Melba Tolliver (/GSN/NM-07.03, NM-07.06)
1972 – Another show from Larry’s first week- MG: Sheila MacRae (/GSN/NM-07.09)
1972 – From the same week as above: the inventor of the the pregnancy puff (/GSN/NM-08.08)
1972 – Monday episode of Larry’s 2nd week; SS, Anita Gillette, Gene Raybun, AF (/GSN/NM-06.03)
1972 – SS, Dana Valery, Henry Morgan, AF; MG: Joel Grey (/GSN/NM-09.03)
1972 – SS, Phyllis George, Leonard Harris, AF; guest inspects potato chips (/GSN/NM-54.13)
1973 – Henry Morgan, Sherry Henry, Jack Cassidy, AF; MG: Big Bird (/GSN/NM-59.01)
1973 – SS, Fannie Flagg, Allen Ludden, AF; guest is Peter Goldmark (/GSN/NM-54.10)
1973 – Mystery Guest: Bob Keeshan [Captain Kangaroo] (A/GSN/GS-508)
1974 – Circus Set show; Henry Morgan, Anita Gillette, Tony Roberts, AF (/GSN/NM-54.11)
1974 – Circus Set show; SS, Meredith Macrae, Joe Silver, AF (/GSN/NM-54.14)
1974 – Mystery Guests: Jim Henson and Kermit, Dick Cavett (A/GSN/GS-508)
1974 – Mystery Guest: Peter Marshall (A-/GSN/GS-475)
1974 – Mystery Guest: Chet Gould (A-/GSN/GS-475)
1974 – Mystery Guest: Art Carney (A/GSN/GS-556)
1974 – Mystery Guest: JoAnn Pflug (A-/GSN/GS-558)

Wheel of Fortune now has its own page!

Whew! (Tom Kennedy, 1979-1980, CBS)
Melissa vs. Tony – $25,000 Win! (C/OB/GS-157)
Shellene vs. Howard (B+/OB/GS-348)
Howard at 3rd Gauntlet (B+/OB/GS-349)
Howard vs. Alan (B+/OB/GS-349)
Howard vs. Donna (B+/OB/GS-349)
Jeannie vs. Alan (A/OB/GS-361)
Alan vs. Judi (A/OB/GS-361)
Alan vs. Joanne (A/OB/GS-349)
Alan vs. Holly (A/OB/GS-349)
Randy Amasia is a contestant in this episode, and boy can he block! (C/OB/NM-33.10)
Randy Amasia wins $25,000! (B-/SM/GS-152)
5/30/80 – Final episode, guests are Betty White and John Saxon (/SM/NM-130B.07)

Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? (Chris Tarrant, 1998-Present, UK)
First show in the world! (A/OB/GS-167)

Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? (Regis Phibin, 1999-2002, ABC)
Series One- August 1999
08/16/99 – Premiere Episode – David Korotkin wins $1,000 (/OC/NM-92A.01, NM-82.01) (1/2 hour)
08/17/99 – Episode #02 – Hillary Daw wins $16,000 (/OC/NM-92A.02) (1/2 hour)
08/18/99 – Episode #03 – Norman Payne wins $32,000 (/OC/NM-92A.03) (1/2 hour)
08/19/99 – Episode #04 – David Honea gets a bogus question; Rob Gelbman and his incident (/OC/NM-92A.04) (1/2 hour)
08/20/99 – Episode #05 – Doug Van Gundy wins $250,000, a riot to watch! (/OC/NM-92A.05) (1/2 hour)
08/21/99 – Episode #06 – John McClain wins $32,000 (/OC/NM-92A.06) (1/2 hour)
08/22/99 – Episode #07 – Robby “Llama Boy” Roseman bombs; Tom Colletta’s heart can’t take it!!! (/OC/NM-92A.07)
08/24/99 – Episode #08 – Ginny Hovarth wins $32,000 (/OC/NM-92A.08) (1/2 hour)
08/25/99 – Episode #09 – Michael Shutterly wins $500,000 (/OC/NM-92A.09) (1/2 hour)
08/26/99 – Episode #10 – Mark Dixon wins $32,000 (/OC/NM-92A.10) (1/2 hour)
08/27/99 – Episode #11 – Bill McDonald wins $125,000 (/OC/NM-75.03) (1/2 hour)
08/28/99 – Episode #12 – Michael Rosenthal wins $125,000 (/OC/NM-75.04) (1/2 hour)
08/29/99 – Episode #13 (August Finale) – David Honea returns and wins $125,000 (/OC/NM-92A.11)

Series Two- November 1999
11/07/99 – Episode #01 (14) – John Cuthbertson wins $32,000 (/OC/NM-92A.12)
11/08/99 – Episode #02 (15) – Jeff Siehl wins $64,000 (/OC/NM-92B.01)
11/09/99 – Episode #03 (16) – Joel Winkelsas wins $64,000 (/OC/NM-92A.13) (1/2 hour)
11/10/99 – Episode #04 (17) – Ted Patchell loses at the $125,000 question (/OC/NM-92B.02) (1/2 hour)
11/11/99 – Episode #05 (18) – Gary Levine wins $250,000 (/OC/NM-92B.03)
11/12/99 – Episode #06 (19) – John Lamantia wins $125,000 (/OC/NM-92B.04) (1/2 hour)
11/13/99 – Episode #07 (20) – Mike Feinberg and Rick Grimes both win $64,000 (/OC/NM-92B.05)
11/14/99 – Episode #08 (21) – Andreas Rivera wins $125,000 (/OC/NM-92B.06)
11/15/99 – Episode #09 (22) – Contestants can’t get past $32,000 (/OC/NM-92B.07)
11/16/99 – Episode #10 (23) – Jennifer Mullins wins $64,000 (/OC/NM-92B.08) (1/2 hour)
11/17/99 – Episode #11 (24) – Meredith Mansfield bombs the $16,000 question (/OC/NM-92B.09) (1/2 hour)
11/18/99 – Episode #12 (25) – Toby Moore wins $250,000 (/OC/NM-92B.10)
11/19/99 – Episode #13 (26) – John Carpenter’s big Million Dollar win! (/OC/NM-70.04) (1/2 hour)
11/20/99 – Episode #14 (27) – ATGS’s Matt Marcotte wins $250,000 (/OC/NM-92C.01)
11/21/99 – Episode #15 (28) – John Nelson and Bob Ehrenberg win $32,000 each (/OC/NM-92C.02)
11/22/99 – Episode #16 (29) – Jane Oviatt and Rob Berman win $125,000 each (/OC/NM-92C.03)
11/23/99 – Episode #17 (30) – Jason Francis wins $32,000 (/OC/NM-92C.04)
11/24/99 – Episode #18 (31) – Lauren Kelner wins $125,000; Neil Larrimore wins $250,000 (/OC/NM-92C.05)

01/09/00 – Ep #32 – The premiere of the January series! Joe Roberts wins $250,000! (/OC/NM-74.05)
01/18/00 – Ep #40 – Dan Blonsky’s MILLION DOLLAR WIN! (/OC/NM-80B.11)
01/29/00 – Ep #45 – Special Gridiron edition with all Football trivia (/OC/NM-78.03)
03/23/00 – Ep #73 – Joe Trela becomes MILLIONAIRE #3 (/OC/NM-92C.06)
03/24/00 – Ep #74 – Oscar Special (/OC/NM-92C.07)
04/13/00 – Ep #82 – Mitch Groff is a fastest finger contestant! (/OC/NM-88.03)
04/27/00 – Ep #87 – Mike Menz of GREENVILLE, TN wins $500,000 (/OC/NM-92C.08)
05/01/00 – Ep #89 – Celebrity Show #1- David Duchovny, Kathie Lee Gifford and Dana Carvey play  (/OC/NM-87.02)
05/02/00 – Ep #90 – Celebrity Show #2- Dana Carvey, Vanessa L. Williams and Drew Carey play (/OC/NM-87.03)
05/03/00 – Ep #91 – Celebrity Show #3- Rosie O’Donnell and Emeril Lagasse play (/OC/NM-87.04)
05/04/00 – Ep #92 – Celebrity Show #4- Queen Latifah, Lance Bass and Ray Romano play (1hr10min) (/OC/NM-87.05)
05/09/00 – Ep #94 – Paul Houghland wins $125,000 with the help of Eddie Timanus! (/OC/NM-86.02)
05/18/00 – 100th Episode – Three $32,000 winners and a TIE in the Fastest Finger! (/OC/NM-90.01)
05/18/00 – Behind the Scenes at WWTBAM- Great 1 hour special (/OC/NM-90.02)
05/21/00 – Ep #101 – Champions Episode #1- Joe Trela and David Forman play (/OC/NM-90.03)
05/23/00 – Ep #102 – Champions Episode #2- Mike Avitzur, Neil Larrimore and Dan Blonsky play (/OC/NM-90.05)
05/24/00 – Ep #103 – Champions Episode #3- Tim Shields, Michael Shuttery and John Carpenter play (/OC/NM-92D.01)
05/25/00 – Ep #104 – Champions Episode #4- Carpenter, Toby Moore, Al Schaeffer, Tom Ashton play (/OC/NM-90.06)
06/11/00 – Ep #111 – Tom O’Brien walks w/ $500,000; Allen Harris is emotional after winning $250,000 (/OC/NM-91.01)
06/12/00 – Ep #112 – Bob House becomes MILLIONAIRE #4! (/OC/NM-91.04)
06/18/00 – Ep #114 – Another TIE in the Fastest Finger! Impossible! (/OC/NM-92D.02)
07/06/00 – Ep #115 – Kim Hunt becomes MILLIONAIRE #5! (/OC/NM-92D.03)
07/11/00 – Ep #117 – David Goodman becomes MILLIONAIRE #6! (/OC/NM-92D.04)
08/15/00 – Ep #133 -1st Anniversary is acknowledged; Phil Gibbons amazingly wins $500,000 (/OC/NM-99.05)
04/10/01 – Ep #235 – Kevin Olmstead wins $2.18 million dollars (/OC/NM-118.03)
06/27/02 – Final episode (not acknowledged) (/OC/NM-133.03)

Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?: Canadian Edition (Pamela Wallin, 2000, CTV)
09/13-14/00 – Both episodes of this special on CTV (/OC/NM-130B.03, NM-130B.04)

The Who, What or Where Game (Art James, 1969-1974, NBC)
1970 – Greg/Claire/John (A/SM/GS-246)

Wild and Crazy Kids (1990-1992, Nickelodeon)
Special guest: Marc Summers (1stGen/Nick/GS-208)

Wild Animal Games (Ryan Seacrest, 1995-1996, Family Channel)
Premiere Episode (1stGen/GSN/GS-111)

Win Ben Stein’s Money (Ben Stein & Jimmy Kimmel/Nancy Pimental/Sal Iacono, 1997-2003, Comedy Central)
3/28/00 – Salute to WWTBAM (/OC/NM-100B.04)
Jay/Suzanne/Ron (1stGen/GSN/TA1)

Win, Lose or Draw (Vicki Lawrence, 1987-1989, NBC)
Debbie Reynolds, Loretta Swit, Jason Bateman, Burt Reynolds – first show aired in daytime (A-/OB/GS-153)
12/30/87 – Eva Gabor, Fannie Flagg, Pat Morita, Burt Reyonlds (A-/OC/GS-377)
10/31/88 – Linda Blair, Zelda Rubinstein, David Naughton, John Astin (A-/OC/GS-377)
1989 – Kim Fields, Jess Walton, Hollywood Hamilton, Jed Allen (A-/OC/GS-377)
4/19/89 – Finola Hughes, Ian Buchanan, Mary Beth Evans, Stephen Nichols – First moments interruped by an NBC Special Report (A/OC/GS-454)
4/20/89 – Finola Hughes, Ian Buchanan, Mary Beth Evans, Stephen Nichols (A/OC/GS-454)

Win, Lose or Draw (Bert Convy, 1987-1989, Syndicated)
Loni Anderson, Betty White, Tony Danza, Burt Reynolds – Sneak Preview (pilot) show (A-/OC/GS-153)
Betty White, Annie Potts, Dom Deluise, Burt Reynolds – Sandy vs. Eric – First episode (1stGen/GSN/GS-119, 1stGen/GSN/NM-137.04)
Betty White, Annie Potts, Dom Deluise, Burt Reynolds – Kellie vs. Jason – Premiere week (1stGen/GSN/GS-119)
Betty White, Annie Potts, Dom Deluise, Burt Reynolds – Sherry vs. Jim – Premiere week (1stGen/GSN/GS-119)

Winner Take All (Bill Cullen, 1952, NBC)
Tillman vs. Heller (1stGen/GSN/GS-278, A-/GSN/NM-29.08)

Winning Lines (Dick Clark, 2000, CBS)
1/08/00 – Premiere Episode with a $500,000 win on the Wonderwall! (1stGen/OC/NM-74.02)
1/15/00 – Episode #2 with a $70,000 win on the Wonderwall (1stGen/OC/NM-75.01)
1/21/00 – Episode #3 with a $100,000 win on the Wonderwall (1stGen/OC/NM-75.02)
1/22/00 – Episode #4 with a $400,000 win on the Wonderwall (1stGen/OC/NM-78.01)
1/22/00 – Episode #5 with a strikeout on the Wonderwall 🙁 (1stGen/OC/NM-78.02)
2/04/00 – Episode #6 with a $25,000 win on the Wonderwall (1stGen/OC/NM-78.04)
2/05/00 – Episode #7 with a $200,000 win on the Wonderwall (1stGen/OC/NM-76.01)
2/18/00 – Episode #9 with a $30,000 win on the Wonderwall (useless segment interrupted by WJHL) (1stGen/OC/NM-71.17)
2/18/00 – Episode #10 (last episode) with a $90,000 win on the Wonderwall (1stGen/OC/NM-71.18)

Winning Streak (Bill Cullen, 1974-1975, NBC)
Only existing episode (A/GSN/GS-244)

WinTuition (Marc Summers, 2002-2003, GSN)
Antonio/Carol/Jose (1stGen/GSN/TA1)
Kennedy hosts on April Fools’ Day (1stGen/GSN/GS-130)

Wipeout (Peter Tomarken, 1988-1989, Syndicated)
Pilot episode (A-/SM/GS-148)
Dennis/Carrie/Karen (A-/OB?/GS-148)
Maggie Browne/Marshall/Matthew (A-/OC/GS-152)
Leigh/Jackie/Mike – Peter comes in on a bike (A-/OC/GS-152)
Pamela/Lisa/Mark – Halloween episode (A-/OC/GS-166)
John/Janny/Paula (A-/OC/GS-375)
Tammy/Arthur/Adrienne (B-/OC/GS-375)
John/Chris/Alissa (A-/OC/GS-375)

Wipeout (Tony Johnston, 1999-2000, Australia)
Jeffrey/Chloe/Kassie (A/OC/GS-167)

Wordplay (Tom Kennedy, 1986-1987, NBC)
12/29/86 – First Episode w/ Dick Shawn, Dorothy Lyman and Richard Moll (/OB/NM-19.04)
Corey Feldman, Andrea Elson, Curtis Baldwin – Jamie Farr guest hosts (B/OB/GS-152, /OB/NM-81B.02)
Maurice LaMarche, Phyllis Diller, Robert Mandan (B/OB/GS-381)
Bert Convy, Abby Dalton, Bill Rafferty (B/OB/GS-381)
Ned Beatty, Roseanne Barr, Stephen Furst (A-/OC/GS-381)
9/4/87 – Final Episode w/ Jamie Farr, Marsha Warfield, Jimmy Aleck (/OB/NM-19.05)

Yahtzee (Peter Marshall, 1988, Syndicated)
Amigos vs. Outlaws – $100,000 Win! (C/OB/GS-167)

You Bet Your Life (Groucho Marx, 1950-1961, NBC)
Early betting format episode (/RPT/NM-101.01)
Episode in pristine condition, secret word “Food” is said, 3 way tie with the couples! (A/RPT+OC/NM-101.02)
1961 – “Best of Groucho” repeat from later in the run (/RPT/NM-101.03)

You Don’t Say! (Tom Kennedy, 1963-1969, NBC Daytime)
1/5/63 – Betty White, Barry Sullivan – 5th show (A-/Kine OC/S-3)
1967 – Pat Carroll & Mel Torme (A/SM OC/GS-409)
1968 – Tina Cole vs. Don Grady (A-/SM/GS-354)
1969 – Jaye P. Morgan vs. Rod Serling (A-/Kine [Color]/GS-354)

You Don’t Say! (Tom Kennedy, 1964, NBC Primetime)
Laraine Day vs. Michael Landon (B-/Kine OC/GS-354)

You Don’t Say! (Tom Kennedy, 1975, ABC)
Show #93-YDS-75 – Rex Reed/Connie Van Dyke/June Lockhart/Larry Hovis (B+/SM/GS-304)

You Don’t Say (Jim Peck, 1978-1979, Syndicated)
Bob Ridgely, Charlie Brill, Dick Gautier, Ann Elder (A-/OC/GS-476)

You’re in the Picture (Jackie Gleason, 1961, CBS)
1961 – Only episode – Timecode on screen (A-/Kine/GS-251)
1961 – Jackie Gleason apologizes for the above episode – Timecode on screen (A-/Kine/GS-251)