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* When they introduced a home viewer game segment in 1977, one of the contestants Tom Kennedy spoke to on the phone was Mary Harkins of Chicago. At least, that's what he thought at first; it turned out that the producers played a prank on him and the caller was actually Ado Narz -- his mother! The segment was apparently not aired, but it was taped and is [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tcg2ieWR84o on YouTube]]­.


* One Lange episode had ''two'' incidents within ''just'' Melody Roulette; firstly, a $500 tune is suddenly worth $500,000. Then, in a more infamous blooper, a player correctly guessing "Please Help Me I'm Falling" ... ends up doing just that.

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* One Lange episode had ''two'' incidents within ''just'' Melody Roulette; firstly, a $500 tune is suddenly worth $500,000. Then, in a more infamous blooper, a player correctly guessing "Please Help Me I'm Falling" ... ends up doing just that.that.
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* On one episode, security guard Jeff Addis dialed the last digit into the locked safe containing all of the $100,000 Mystery Tunes, however when he tried to open the safe it wouldn't budge.
-->'''Tom Kennedy''' (''realizing what happened''): He forgot the combination!
* One Lange episode had ''two'' incidents within ''just'' Melody Roulette; firstly, a $500 tune is suddenly worth $500,000. Then, in a more infamous blooper, a player correctly guessing "Please Help Me I'm Falling" ... ends up doing just that.

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