History Trivia / Password

9th Aug '16 1:54:28 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* ScheduleSlip: ''Plus'' and ''Super'' preemptions. This started after one episode was unaired due to George Peppard's rant, and the show made up for this by taping 6 episodes awhile later. However, things got worse in the Summer of 1980 to the point that TheyJustDidntCare, resulting in weeks of shows often beginning on Friday and ending on Thursday. After the Jack Narz & Steven Ford week, which ended on a Wednesday, the last two weeks had 6 episodes each. In contrast, ''Super'' was really good about getting back on track as soon as possible.

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* ScheduleSlip: ''Plus'' and ''Super'' preemptions. This started after one episode was unaired due to George Peppard's rant, and the show made up for this by taping 6 episodes awhile later. However, things got worse in the Summer of 1980 to the point that TheyJustDidntCare, 1980, resulting in weeks of shows often beginning on Friday and ending on Thursday. After the Jack Narz & Steven Ford week, which ended on a Wednesday, the last two weeks had 6 episodes each. In contrast, ''Super'' was really good about getting back on track as soon as possible.
21st May '16 8:50:42 AM Vahanisback
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** February 1981: An entire ''round'' was mistakenly erased due to a camera error. The show dubbed in a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cmAovnbzMac clip of Tom summarizing the round]] while celebrity guests [[Series/TicTacDough Wink Martindale]] and [[Series/MatchGame Gene Rayburn]] ribbed him.

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** February 6, 1981: An entire ''round'' was mistakenly erased due to a camera error. The show dubbed in a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cmAovnbzMac clip of Tom summarizing the round]] while celebrity guests [[Series/TicTacDough Wink Martindale]] and [[Series/MatchGame Gene Rayburn]] ribbed him.
21st May '16 8:49:43 AM Vahanisback
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** At one point, Charles Nelson Reilly was supposed to appear as a celebrity guest, but that particular week had Creator/BillCullen in his place...despite Cullen having appeared on the show only a few weeks before.
20th May '16 4:22:21 PM Vahanisback
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* ScheduleSlip: ''Plus'' and ''Super'' preemptions. This started after one episode was unaired due to George Peppard's rant, and the show made up for this by taping 6 episodes awhile later. However, things got worse in the Summer of 1980 to the point that TheyJustDidntCare, resulting in weeks of shows often beginning on Tuesday and ending on Monday. After the Jack Narz & Steven Ford week, which ended on a Wednesday, the last two weeks had 6 episodes each. In contrast, ''Super'' was really good about getting back on track as soon as possible.

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* ScheduleSlip: ''Plus'' and ''Super'' preemptions. This started after one episode was unaired due to George Peppard's rant, and the show made up for this by taping 6 episodes awhile later. However, things got worse in the Summer of 1980 to the point that TheyJustDidntCare, resulting in weeks of shows often beginning on Tuesday Friday and ending on Monday.Thursday. After the Jack Narz & Steven Ford week, which ended on a Wednesday, the last two weeks had 6 episodes each. In contrast, ''Super'' was really good about getting back on track as soon as possible.
20th May '16 4:19:03 PM Vahanisback
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* ScheduleSlip: ''Plus'' and ''Super'' preemptions. This started after one episode was unaired due to George Peppard's rant, and the show made up for this by taping 6 episodes awhile later. However, things got worse in the Summer 1980 to the point that TheyJustDidntCare, resulting in weeks of shows often beginning on Tuesday and ending on Monday. In contrast, ''Super'' was really good about getting back on track as soon as possible.

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* ScheduleSlip: ''Plus'' and ''Super'' preemptions. This started after one episode was unaired due to George Peppard's rant, and the show made up for this by taping 6 episodes awhile later. However, things got worse in the Summer of 1980 to the point that TheyJustDidntCare, resulting in weeks of shows often beginning on Tuesday and ending on Monday.Monday. After the Jack Narz & Steven Ford week, which ended on a Wednesday, the last two weeks had 6 episodes each. In contrast, ''Super'' was really good about getting back on track as soon as possible.
20th May '16 4:17:09 PM Vahanisback
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* ScheduleSlip: ''Plus'' and ''Super''. This started after one episode was unaired due to George Peppard's rant, and the show made up for this by taping 6 episodes awhile later. However, things got worse in the Summer 1980 to the point that TheyJustDidntCare, resulting in weeks of shows often beginning on Tuesday and ending on Monday. In contrast, ''Super'' was really good about getting back on track as soon as possible.

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* ScheduleSlip: ''Plus'' and ''Super''.''Super'' preemptions. This started after one episode was unaired due to George Peppard's rant, and the show made up for this by taping 6 episodes awhile later. However, things got worse in the Summer 1980 to the point that TheyJustDidntCare, resulting in weeks of shows often beginning on Tuesday and ending on Monday. In contrast, ''Super'' was really good about getting back on track as soon as possible.
20th May '16 4:10:54 PM Vahanisback
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* ScheduleSlip: ''Plus'' and ''Super''. This started after one episode was unaired due to George Peppard's rant, and the show made up for this by taping 6 episodes awhile later. However, things got worse in 1980 to the point that [[TheyJustDidntCare]], resulting in weeks of shows often beginning on Tuesday and ending on Monday. In contrast, ''Super'' was really good about getting back on track as soon as possible.

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* ScheduleSlip: ''Plus'' and ''Super''. This started after one episode was unaired due to George Peppard's rant, and the show made up for this by taping 6 episodes awhile later. However, things got worse in the Summer 1980 to the point that [[TheyJustDidntCare]], TheyJustDidntCare, resulting in weeks of shows often beginning on Tuesday and ending on Monday. In contrast, ''Super'' was really good about getting back on track as soon as possible.
20th May '16 4:10:25 PM Vahanisback
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* ScheduleSlip: ''Plus'' and ''Super''. This started after one episode was unaired due to George Peppard's rant, and the show made up for this by taping 6 episodes awhile later. However, things got worse in 1980 to the point that [[TheyJustDidntCare]], resulting in weeks of shows often beginning on Tuesday and ending on Monday. In contrast, ''Super'' was really good about getting back on track as soon as possible.
20th May '16 4:07:00 PM Vahanisback
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** Several episodes, in addition to a few whole weeks of ''Plus'' and ''Super'', never aired again after the original airings. Either the tapes weren't in good enough condition for GSN to air, or some of the celebrities refused to clear their appearances; examples of the latter include Betty Thomas, James B. Sikking, and David Leisure. According to recollections of Sikking and Leisure's appearances, they played the game [[EpicFail ''very poorly'']].

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** Several episodes, in addition to a few whole weeks of ''Plus'' and ''Super'', never aired again after the original airings. Either the tapes weren't in good enough condition for GSN to air, or some of the celebrities refused to clear their appearances; examples of the latter include Betty Thomas, James B. Sikking, and David Leisure. According to recollections of Sikking and Leisure's appearances, they played the game [[EpicFail ''very poorly'']].''[[EpicFail very poorly]]''.
20th May '16 4:06:45 PM Vahanisback
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** Several episodes, in addition to a few whole weeks of ''Plus'' and ''Super'', never aired again after the original airings. Either the tapes weren't in good enough condition for GSN to air, or some of the celebrities refused to clear their appearances; examples of the latter include Betty Thomas, James B. Sikking, and David Leisure. According to recollections of Sikking and Leisure's appearances, they played the game ''very poorly''.

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** Several episodes, in addition to a few whole weeks of ''Plus'' and ''Super'', never aired again after the original airings. Either the tapes weren't in good enough condition for GSN to air, or some of the celebrities refused to clear their appearances; examples of the latter include Betty Thomas, James B. Sikking, and David Leisure. According to recollections of Sikking and Leisure's appearances, they played the game [[EpicFail ''very poorly''.poorly'']].
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