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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Canned by NBC in September 1969 (along with ''Personality'', ''Series/YouDontSay'', and ''[[Series/MatchGame The Match Game]]'') in a virtual revamp of the daytime lineup. The four shows were replaced by game shows ''Series/SaleOfTheCentury'', ''Letters to Laugh-In'', ''Name Droppers'', and the soap opera ''Bright Promise'', of which only ''Sale of the Century'' and ''Bright Promise'' had any true staying power.

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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Canned by NBC in September 1969 (along with ''Personality'', ''Series/YouDontSay'', and ''[[Series/MatchGame The Match Game]]'') ''Series/MatchGame'') in a virtual revamp of the daytime lineup. The four shows were replaced by game shows ''Series/SaleOfTheCentury'', ''Letters to Laugh-In'', ''Name Droppers'', and the soap opera ''Bright Promise'', of which only ''Sale of the Century'' and ''Bright Promise'' had any true staying power.


* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Canned by NBC in September 1969 (along with ''Personality'', ''Series/YouDontSay'', and ''[[Series/MatchGame The Match Game]]'') in a virtual revamp of the daytime lineup. The three shows were replaced by ''Series/SaleOfTheCentury'', ''Letters to Laugh-In'', and ''Name Droppers'', of which only ''Sale'' had any true staying power.

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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Canned by NBC in September 1969 (along with ''Personality'', ''Series/YouDontSay'', and ''[[Series/MatchGame The Match Game]]'') in a virtual revamp of the daytime lineup. The three four shows were replaced by game shows ''Series/SaleOfTheCentury'', ''Letters to Laugh-In'', and ''Name Droppers'', and the soap opera ''Bright Promise'', of which only ''Sale'' ''Sale of the Century'' and ''Bright Promise'' had any true staying power.


* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Canned by NBC in September 1969 (along with ''Personality'', ''Series/YouDontSay'', and ''[[Series/MatchGame The Match Game]]'') in a virtual revamp of the daytime lineup.

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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Canned by NBC in September 1969 (along with ''Personality'', ''Series/YouDontSay'', and ''[[Series/MatchGame The Match Game]]'') in a virtual revamp of the daytime lineup. The three shows were replaced by ''Series/SaleOfTheCentury'', ''Letters to Laugh-In'', and ''Name Droppers'', of which only ''Sale'' had any true staying power.

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* RealSongThemeTune: The theme during the first year was "Sugar Lips", by Al Hirt.


* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Only three episodes are known to exist - November 8, 1967 (the only episode aired by Creator/{{GSN}}), the first half of a 1969 episode, and an audio recording of the August 6, 1968 episode €held by Archival Television Audio, Inc.).

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Only three episodes are known to exist - November 8, 1967 (the only episode aired by Creator/{{GSN}}), the first half of a 1969 episode, and an audio recording of the August 6, 1968 episode €held (held by Archival Television Audio, Inc.).), and the first half of a 1969 episode.


* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Only three episodes are known to exist — November 8, 1967 (aired on Creator/{{GSN}}), the first half of a 1968 episode (most likely July-August due to offering a 1969 car), and an audio recording of the August 6, 1968 episode is held by Archival Television Audio, Inc.

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Only three episodes are known to exist - November 8, 1967 (aired on (the only episode aired by Creator/{{GSN}}), the first half of a 1968 episode (most likely July-August due to offering a 1969 car), episode, and an audio recording of the August 6, 1968 episode is held €held by Archival Television Audio, Inc.).


* WhatCouldHaveBeen: A revival hosted by Nipsey Russell was planned for 1983 as part of a 90-minute block with ''Series/ChainReaction'' and ''ThreeOnAMatch'', but was shelved due to lack of station interest.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: A revival hosted by Nipsey Russell was planned for 1983 as part of a 90-minute block with ''Series/ChainReaction'' and ''ThreeOnAMatch'', ''Series/ThreeOnAMatch'', but was shelved due to lack of station interest.


* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Only three episodes are known to exist - November 8, 1967 (aired on Creator/{{GSN}}); the first half of a 1968 episode somewhere around August, and an audio recording of another episode.

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Only three episodes are known to exist - November 8, 1967 (aired on Creator/{{GSN}}); Creator/{{GSN}}), the first half of a 1968 episode somewhere around August, (most likely July-August due to offering a 1969 car), and an audio recording of another episode.the August 6, 1968 episode is held by Archival Television Audio, Inc.



* WhatCouldHaveBeen: A revival was planned for 1983 as part of a 90-minute block with ''Series/ChainReaction'' and ''ThreeOnAMatch'', but was shelved due to lack of station interest.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: A revival hosted by Nipsey Russell was planned for 1983 as part of a 90-minute block with ''Series/ChainReaction'' and ''ThreeOnAMatch'', but was shelved due to lack of station interest.


* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Only three episodes are known to exist - November 8, 1967 (aired on {{GSN}}); the first half of a 1968 episode somewhere around August, and an audio recording of another episode.
* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Canned by NBC in September 1969 (along with ''Personality'', ''YouDontSay'', and ''[[MatchGame The Match Game]]'') in a virtual revamp of the daytime lineup.

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Only three episodes are known to exist - November 8, 1967 (aired on {{GSN}}); Creator/{{GSN}}); the first half of a 1968 episode somewhere around August, and an audio recording of another episode.
* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Canned by NBC in September 1969 (along with ''Personality'', ''YouDontSay'', ''Series/YouDontSay'', and ''[[MatchGame ''[[Series/MatchGame The Match Game]]'') in a virtual revamp of the daytime lineup.



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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Only three episodes are known to exist - November 8, 1967 (aired on {{GSN}}); the first half of a 1968 episode somewhere around August, and an audio recording of another episode.



* WhatCouldHaveBeen: A revival was planned for 1983 as part of a 90-minute block with ''Series/ChainReaction'' and ''ThreeOnAMatch'', but was shelved due to lack of station interest.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: A revival was planned for 1983 as part of a 90-minute block with ''Series/ChainReaction'' and ''ThreeOnAMatch'', but was shelved due to lack of station interest.interest.
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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Canned by NBC in September 1969 (along with ''Personality'', ''YouDontSay'', and ''[[MatchGame The Match Game]]'') in a virtual revamp of the daytime lineup.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: A revival was planned for 1983 as part of a 90-minute block with ''Series/ChainReaction'' and ''ThreeOnAMatch'', but was shelved due to lack of station interest.

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