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* [[https://youtu.be/a7xnV8i4cG4?t=70 This bonus round]] with [[GenkiGirl perpetually energetic]] and [[LargeHam often bombastic]] exercise guru Richard Simmons playing for $40,000. After he and his partner win the jackpot, rather than excitedly scream in excitement, Richard silently weeps in joy as they both hug each other. This marks what may well be the ''Password'' franchise's greatest [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments Crowning Moment of Heartwarming]].

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* [[https://youtu.be/a7xnV8i4cG4?t=70 This bonus round]] with [[GenkiGirl perpetually energetic]] and [[LargeHam often bombastic]] exercise guru Richard Simmons playing for $40,000. After he and his partner win the jackpot, rather than excitedly scream in excitement, Richard silently weeps in joy as they both hug each other. This marks what may well be the ''Password'' franchise's greatest [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments Crowning Moment of Heartwarming]].


* [[https://youtu.be/a7xnV8i4cG4?t=70 This bonus round]] with [[GenkiGirl Perpetually energetic]] [[LargeHam and often bombastic]] exercise guru Richard Simmons playing for $40,000. After he and his partner win the jackpot, Richard silently weeps in joy as they both hug each other. This marks what may be the ''Password'' franchise's [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments Crowning Moment of Heartwarming]].

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* [[https://youtu.be/a7xnV8i4cG4?t=70 This bonus round]] with [[GenkiGirl Perpetually perpetually energetic]] and [[LargeHam and often bombastic]] exercise guru Richard Simmons playing for $40,000. After he and his partner win the jackpot, rather than excitedly scream in excitement, Richard silently weeps in joy as they both hug each other. other. This marks what may well be the ''Password'' franchise's greatest [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments Crowning Moment of Heartwarming]].

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* [[https://youtu.be/a7xnV8i4cG4?t=70 This bonus round]] with [[GenkiGirl Perpetually energetic]] [[LargeHam and often bombastic]] exercise guru Richard Simmons playing for $40,000. After he and his partner win the jackpot, Richard silently weeps in joy as they both hug each other. This marks what may be the ''Password'' franchise's [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments Crowning Moment of Heartwarming]].


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* Any player who wins the max in the Lightning Round, then successfully doubles it on the Betting Word.
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* Contestant Terri Edler winning $53,800, including an Alphabetics jackpot that reached $35,000 only once.

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* Contestant Terri Edler winning $53,800, including an Alphabetics jackpot that reached $35,000 only once.


* Terri Edler winning $53,800, including an Alphabetics jackpot that reached $35,000 only once.

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* Contestant Natalie Steele setting the franchise record of $106,000; a record that was never broken.

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* Contestant Terri Edler winning $53,800, including an Alphabetics jackpot that reached $35,000 only once.

[[folder:''Super Password'']]
* Contestant Natalie Steele setting the franchise record of $106,000; a record that was never broken.
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[[folder:''Super Password'']]
* Contestant Natalie Steele setting the franchise record of $106,000; a record that was never broken.
* Jim Bontempo winning $76,000, including a $45,000 end game and a record $12,000 Cashword.
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[[folder:''Password Plus'']]
* Terri Edler winning $53,800, including an Alphabetics jackpot that reached $35,000 only once.

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[[folder:''Super Password'']]
* Contestant Natalie Steele setting the franchise record of $106,000; a record that was never broken.
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* Any contestant on ''Plus'' or ''Super'' who retired undefeated.


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[[folder:''Password'']]
* Any Lightning Round that is completed in a ridiculously short time. The unconfirmed record is ten seconds.
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The Series/{{password}} is "awesome". (''ding'')
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[[folder:''All Versions'']]
* Basically any time someone guesses the Password (and/or the Password Puzzle on the NBC versions) with just one clue.
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