Short-lived 1993 Creator/{{NBC}} GameShow adaptation of the BoardGame, produced by Reg Grundy and hosted by 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.

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.

!!GameShowTropes in use:
* BonusRound: One more Scattergory; 10 words (two per letter assigned to each star) in 20 (later 25) seconds. For every instance of a celebrity saying a word not given, the team earned $100; three mismatches earned the team a ProgressiveJackpot. 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.
* Personnel:
** TheAnnouncer: One of the week's five celebrities introduced Clark. Charlie Tuna handled fee plugs and the Reg Grundy spiel (on occasions).
** 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 asked to use small blue "Yes" and red "No" signs to decide if challenged words would be allowed.
** StudioAudience
* ProgressiveJackpot: The bonus round awarded a winning team $4,000 plus $1,000 for every day it was not won.
!!This show provides examples of:
* CrossOver: ''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.
* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: This was probably a key factor in the series' short life. You had Clark, eight contestants, five celebrities, five judges and Charlie Tuna- and this was supposed to be a "casual" game.
* 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 whose name they picked. This was most likely changed as the fifth box often was disqualified due to the time running out.
* {{Pilot}}: [[ One]] [[ was]] [[ done]] in 1992, with a ''very'' different set.
* RecycledSoundtrack: The background music used in the main game was recycled from ''[[Series/HotStreak Bruce Forsyth's Hot Streak]]''; the pilot recycled the music from an unsold Grundy pilot, 1985's ''Matchmates''.