Charades GameShow that ran on Creator/{{CBS}} from 1984-86 with Tom Kennedy as host in which two celebrity/contestant teams acted out a series of words charade-style with one teammate as the actor and the other as guesser.

The correctly-guessed words were then inserted into a sentence on the gameboard, after which the team had a chance to identify what the sentence was describing for some cash. $500 won the game and the right to play the bonus round.
!!GameShow Tropes in use:
* BonusRound: Guess up to ten words for $100 each, then three ''more'' words for ten times that amount (up to $10,000).
* ConsolationPrize
* GameShowWinningsCap: Contestants originally stayed on until they lost once; in September 1984, this was altered to have players stay on until they lost ''twice''.
* GoldenSnitch: The first two rounds were worth $100 each, while the next two rounds were $250 each. As $500 was needed to win, the two $100 rounds had absolutely no bearing on the game.
* HomeGame: One was released with [[ILoveLucy Lucille Ball]] on the cover in '''1975''', although the format was closer to that used by its precursor ''Showoffs'' (see the YMMV tab).
* Personnel:
** TheAnnouncer: Johnny Olson, in his last series. After his death in late 1985, Gene Wood took over for the rest of the run.
** GameShowHost: Tom Kennedy, one of the most prolific in the genre.
** StudioAudience: Possibly averted. In the Johnny Olson incident under the YMMV tab, he was shown on-camera in front of what were obviously vacant seats.
* PromotionalConsideration
!!This show provides examples of:
* RearrangeTheSong: The show's ticket plug music was remixed as the ThemeTune of the 1985 ''{{Series/Concentration}}'' pilot, then carried over into ''Classic Concentration''.
* ShowTheFolksAtHome: The words to be pantomimed are shown to the home viewers.