History Series / Scattergories

30th Dec '15 10:06:54 PM Gimere
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6th Sep '15 4:49:36 PM nombretomado
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17th Dec '14 2:30:25 PM Twentington
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Short-lived 1993 Creator/{{NBC}} GameShow adaptation of the BoardGame, produced by Reg Grundy and hosted by Dick Clark. Two teams of four (men versus women) competed in a game where the five celebrity "panelists" appeared in prerecorded video clips. Clark revealed a category and a letter, and the teams had to choose celebrities with as many ''different'' valid answers as possible.
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Short-lived 1993 Creator/{{NBC}} GameShow adaptation of the BoardGame, produced by Reg Grundy and hosted by Dick Clark.Creator/DickClark. Two teams of four (men versus women) competed in a game where the five celebrity "panelists" appeared in prerecorded video clips. Clark revealed a category and a letter, and the teams had to choose celebrities with as many ''different'' valid answers as possible.
29th Mar '14 12:29:21 PM Gimere
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* HeyItsThatGuy: Among the celebrity guests were [[ThePeoplesCourt Judge Joseph Wapner]] and RushLimbaugh, the latter appearing for two weeks with his segments taped on the set of his then-current show. Longtime HowardStern co-host Robin Quivers appeared as a contestant for a time. * KeepCirculatingTheTapes: It hasn't been seen since it originally ended.
22nd Sep '12 10:00:56 PM garrisonskunk
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* BonusRound: One more Scattergory; 10 words (2 per letter assigned to each star) in 20 (later 25) seconds. Earn $100 per mismatch (the celeb says a word not given), 3 wins $4,000, plus $1,000 every day it wasn't won.
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* BonusRound: One more Scattergory; 10 words (2 per letter assigned to each star) in 20 (later 25) seconds. Earn $100 per mismatch (the celeb says a word not given), 3 wins $4,000, plus $1,000 every day it wasn't won. For the first few weeks the team only won if they captured the celebrity whose name they had previously drawn at random, after an ObviousRulePatch the team won by capturing three of the five celebrities instead.

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* BonusRound: One more Scattergory; 10 words (2 per letter assigned ObviousRulePatch: For the first few weeks of the show the BonusRound was slightly different. The winning team picked one of five envelopes containing names of the celebrities at random, the contents of which was revealed after the BonusRound was completed. The team then only won if they succeeded in capturing the celebrity who's name they picked. This was most likely changed as the fifth box often was disqualified due to each star) in 20 (later 25) seconds. Earn $100 per mismatch (the celeb says a word not given), 3 wins $4,000, plus $1,000 every day it wasn't won.the time running out.
25th Aug '12 7:36:13 AM FELH2
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Short-lived 1993 {{NBC}} GameShow adaptation of the BoardGame, produced by Reg Grundy and hosted by Dick Clark. Two teams of four (men versus women) competed in a game where the five celebrity "panelists" appeared in prerecorded video clips. Clark revealed a category and a letter, and the teams had to choose celebrities with as many ''different'' valid answers as possible.
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Short-lived 1993 {{NBC}} Creator/{{NBC}} GameShow adaptation of the BoardGame, produced by Reg Grundy and hosted by Dick Clark. Two teams of four (men versus women) competed in a game where the five celebrity "panelists" appeared in prerecorded video clips. Clark revealed a category and a letter, and the teams had to choose celebrities with as many ''different'' valid answers as possible.
19th Jul '12 1:28:18 AM goldenroad
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* BonusRound: Played for $4,000, plus $1,000 every day it wasn't won.
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* BonusRound: Played for One more Scattergory; 10 words (2 per letter assigned to each star) in 20 (later 25) seconds. Earn $100 per mismatch (the celeb says a word not given), 3 wins $4,000, plus $1,000 every day it wasn't won.

** TheAnnouncer: One of the week's five celebrities introduced Clark.
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** TheAnnouncer: One of the week's five celebrities introduced Clark. Charlie Tuna handled fee plugs.
2nd Apr '12 5:49:48 PM WarioBarker
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{{NBC}} GameShow adaptation of the BoardGame produced by Reg Grundy and hosted by Dick Clark which ran briefly in 1993 with a revival of ''Series/{{Scrabble}}''. Two teams, four men against four women, competed in this game where the five celebrity "panelists" appeared in prerecorded video clips. Clark revealed a category and a letter, and the teams had to choose celebrities with as many ''different'' valid answers as possible.
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Short-lived 1993 {{NBC}} GameShow adaptation of the BoardGame BoardGame, produced by Reg Grundy and hosted by Dick Clark which ran briefly in 1993 with a revival of ''Series/{{Scrabble}}''. Clark. Two teams, teams of four men against four women, (men versus women) competed in this a game where the five celebrity "panelists" appeared in prerecorded video clips. Clark revealed a category and a letter, and the teams had to choose celebrities with as many ''different'' valid answers as possible. possible. The series wasn't that popular, debuting in an era where games were heading out the door. The show ran from January 18-June 11, with a few weeks of repeats during that time.

** TheAnnouncer: One of the week's five celebrities would introduce Clark.
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** TheAnnouncer: One of the week's five celebrities would introduce introduced Clark.

* CrossOver: ''Scrabble'' host Chuck Woolery appeared as a celebrity for a few weeks. The '93 ''Scrabble'' was paired up with ''Scattergories'', and both emcees regularly plugged the other's show.
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* CrossOver: ''Scrabble'' ''Series/{{Scrabble}}'' host Chuck Woolery appeared as a celebrity for a few weeks. The '93 ''Scrabble'' was paired up with ''Scattergories'', and both emcees regularly plugged the other's show.

* ShortRunners: January 18-June 11, with a few weeks of repeats during that time.
31st Dec '11 11:23:54 PM WarioBarker
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Reg Grundy produced this 1993 GameShow adaptation of the BoardGame for {{NBC}}, hosted by Dick Clark and teamed up with a revival of ''Series/{{Scrabble}}''. Two teams, four men against four women, competed in this game where the five celebrity "panelists" appeared in prerecorded video clips. Clark revealed a category and a letter, and the teams had to choose celebrities with as many ''different'' valid answers as possible.
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Reg Grundy produced this 1993 {{NBC}} GameShow adaptation of the BoardGame for {{NBC}}, produced by Reg Grundy and hosted by Dick Clark and teamed up which ran briefly in 1993 with a revival of ''Series/{{Scrabble}}''. ''Series/{{Scrabble}}''. Two teams, four men against four women, competed in this game where the five celebrity "panelists" appeared in prerecorded video clips. Clark revealed a category and a letter, and the teams had to choose celebrities with as many ''different'' valid answers as possible.

* BonusRound: Played for $4,000, plus $1,000 every day it wasn't won. * Personnel: ** TheAnnouncer: One of the week's five celebrities would introduce Clark. ** GameShowHost: Dick Clark. ** TheJudge: Five unidentified people who Clark typically described as a mixture of people who had previously auditioned for the show and employees of Reg Grundy Productions. They were tasked to use small blue "Yes" and red "No" signs to decide if challenged words would be allowed. ** StudioAudience
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* * BonusRound: Played for $4,000, plus $1,000 every day it wasn't won. * * Personnel: ** ** TheAnnouncer: One of the week's five celebrities would introduce Clark. ** ** GameShowHost: Dick Clark. ** ** TheJudge: Five unidentified people who Clark typically described as a mixture of people who had previously auditioned for the show and employees of Reg Grundy Productions. They were tasked asked to use small blue "Yes" and red "No" signs to decide if challenged words would be allowed. ** ** StudioAudience

* CrossOver: ''Series/{{Scrabble}}'' host Chuck Woolery appeared as a celebrity for a few weeks. Chuck's ''Scrabble'' revival was paired up with ''Scattergories'', and both emcees regularly plugged the other's show. * HowardStern: Howard's longtime co-host Robin Quivers appeared as a contestant for a few weeks. * KeepCirculatingTheTapes: It hasn't been seen since it originally ended. * ''ThePeoplesCourt'': Judge Joseph Wapner appreared as a celebrity. * RushLimbaugh: Appeared as a celebrity for two weeks, his segments taped on the set of his then-current show.
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* * CrossOver: ''Series/{{Scrabble}}'' ''Scrabble'' host Chuck Woolery appeared as a celebrity for a few weeks. Chuck's The '93 ''Scrabble'' revival was paired up with ''Scattergories'', and both emcees regularly plugged the other's show. * HowardStern: Howard's longtime * HeyItsThatGuy: Among the celebrity guests were [[ThePeoplesCourt Judge Joseph Wapner]] and RushLimbaugh, the latter appearing for two weeks with his segments taped on the set of his then-current show. Longtime HowardStern co-host Robin Quivers appeared as a contestant for a few weeks. * time. * KeepCirculatingTheTapes: It hasn't been seen since it originally ended. * ''ThePeoplesCourt'': Judge Joseph Wapner appreared as * {{Pilot}}: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G93WVqlQkFI One]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N9Xy_wHGTYs was]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yVOnugcSHN0 done]] in 1992, with a celebrity. * RushLimbaugh: Appeared as ''very'' different set. * ShortRunners: January 18-June 11, with a celebrity for two weeks, his segments taped on the set few weeks of his then-current show.repeats during that time.
5th Nov '11 12:19:29 PM Embryon
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Misuse (name now changed to Second Season Downfall to avoid this). Added page to Short Runners index.
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