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* FranchiseKiller: The complete mess GSN made of it in 2011 ensured that no more versions would be produced.

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* FranchiseKiller: The complete mess GSN made of it in 2011 ensured that no more versions would be produced.produced, and GSN would be embarrassed in both versions (see KeepCirculatingTheTapes)

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* FranchiseKiller: The complete mess GSN made of it in 2011 ensured that no more versions would be produced.

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!General trivia:
* The Woolery version was the last show to air on Game Show Network before its changeover to GSN on March 15, 2004.
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** Season 1 of the Woolery version hasn't been aired on a regular basis since 2005, [[ObviousBeta presumably due to its blatantly low production values]]. However, ever since the Engvall version tanked, GSN has been [[OldShame extremely hesitant in airing either of their versions at all]] despite lesser-received originals like ''Series/ChainReaction'' and ''Series/{{Whammy}}'' still receiving regular spots on their schedule; the Woolery version in particular has only returned to GSN's schedule '''twice''' since 2012, once for a cycle of Seasons 4-6 and part of Season 3 in 2014, and once for a near-complete cycle of Seasons 3-6 in 2016. As a result of this, no Season 2 episodes have been aired since 2012.

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** Season 1 of the Woolery version hasn't been aired on a regular basis since 2005, [[ObviousBeta presumably due to its blatantly low production values]]. However, ever since the Engvall version tanked, GSN has been [[OldShame extremely hesitant in airing either of their versions at all]] despite lesser-received originals like ''Series/ChainReaction'' and ''Series/{{Whammy}}'' still receiving regular spots on their schedule; schedule[[note]]for a while, anyway; as of 2018 ''Chain Reaction'' is currently aired in the [[SarcasmMode coveted]] 3am slot, while ''Whammy!'' isn't on the schedule at all[[/note]]. The Woolery version in particular has only returned to GSN's schedule '''twice''' since 2012, once for a cycle of Seasons 4-6 and part of Season 3 in 2014, and once for a near-complete cycle of Seasons 3-6 in 2016. As a result of this, no Season 2 episodes have been aired since 2012.2012, and no episodes have been aired at ''all'' since the changeover back to Game Show Network.


** The 1980s version hasn't been seen since it ended, and few episodes circulate. This, despite being owned by ION (formerly PAX) and included in its 2007 Viewers' Vote.
** Season 1 of the Woolery version hasn't been aired on a regular basis since 2005, [[ObviousBeta presumably due to its blatantly low production values]]. However, ever since the Engvall version tanked, GSN has been [[OldShame extremely hesitant in airing either of their versions at all]] despite lesser-received originals like Series/ChainReaction and Series/{{Whammy}} still receiving regular spots on their schedule; the Woolery version in particular has only returned to GSN's schedule '''twice''' since 2012, once for a cycle of Seasons 4-6 and part of Season 3 in 2014, and once for a near-complete cycle of Seasons 3-6 in 2016. As a result of this, no Season 2 episodes have been aired since 2012.

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** The 1980s version hasn't been seen since it ended, and few episodes circulate. This, despite being owned by ION Creator/IonTelevision (formerly PAX) and was included in its 2007 Viewers' Vote.
** Season 1 of the Woolery version hasn't been aired on a regular basis since 2005, [[ObviousBeta presumably due to its blatantly low production values]]. However, ever since the Engvall version tanked, GSN has been [[OldShame extremely hesitant in airing either of their versions at all]] despite lesser-received originals like Series/ChainReaction ''Series/ChainReaction'' and Series/{{Whammy}} ''Series/{{Whammy}}'' still receiving regular spots on their schedule; the Woolery version in particular has only returned to GSN's schedule '''twice''' since 2012, once for a cycle of Seasons 4-6 and part of Season 3 in 2014, and once for a near-complete cycle of Seasons 3-6 in 2016. As a result of this, no Season 2 episodes have been aired since 2012.


** Season 1 of the Woolery version hasn't been aired on a regular basis since 2005, [[ObviousBeta presumably due to its blatantly low production values]]. However, ever since the Engvall version tanked, GSN has been [[OldShame extremely hesitant in airing either of their versions]] despite lesser-received originals like Series/ChainReaction and Series/{{Whammy}} still receiving regular spots on their schedule; the Woolery version in particular has only returned to GSN's schedule '''twice''' since 2012, once for a cycle of Seasons 4-6 and about half of Season 3 in 2014, and once for a near-complete cycle of Seasons 3-6 in 2016. As a result of this, no Season 2 episodes have been aired since 2012.

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** Season 1 of the Woolery version hasn't been aired on a regular basis since 2005, [[ObviousBeta presumably due to its blatantly low production values]]. However, ever since the Engvall version tanked, GSN has been [[OldShame extremely hesitant in airing either of their versions]] versions at all]] despite lesser-received originals like Series/ChainReaction and Series/{{Whammy}} still receiving regular spots on their schedule; the Woolery version in particular has only returned to GSN's schedule '''twice''' since 2012, once for a cycle of Seasons 4-6 and about half part of Season 3 in 2014, and once for a near-complete cycle of Seasons 3-6 in 2016. As a result of this, no Season 2 episodes have been aired since 2012.


** Most of the Woolery version is intact, but very little circulates of the first two seasons.
** Only the second episode of the Engvall version seems to circulate. It used to be on GSN's Website/YouTube channel, but has since gone unlisted.

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** Most Season 1 of the Woolery version is intact, but very little circulates of the first two seasons.
** Only the second episode of
hasn't been aired on a regular basis since 2005, [[ObviousBeta presumably due to its blatantly low production values]]. However, ever since the Engvall version seems tanked, GSN has been [[OldShame extremely hesitant in airing either of their versions]] despite lesser-received originals like Series/ChainReaction and Series/{{Whammy}} still receiving regular spots on their schedule; the Woolery version in particular has only returned to circulate. It used to be on GSN's Website/YouTube channel, but has schedule '''twice''' since gone unlisted.2012, once for a cycle of Seasons 4-6 and about half of Season 3 in 2014, and once for a near-complete cycle of Seasons 3-6 in 2016. As a result of this, no Season 2 episodes have been aired since 2012.


** Only the second episode of the Engvall version seems to circulate.

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** Only the second episode of the Engvall version seems to circulate. It used to be on GSN's Website/YouTube channel, but has since gone unlisted.


* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: The 1980s version hasn't been seen since it ended, and few episodes circulate. This, despite being owned by ION (formerly PAX) and included in its 2007 Viewers' Vote.

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: KeepCirculatingTheTapes:
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The 1980s version hasn't been seen since it ended, and few episodes circulate. This, despite being owned by ION (formerly PAX) and included in its 2007 Viewers' Vote.Vote.
** Most of the Woolery version is intact, but very little circulates of the first two seasons.
** Only the second episode of the Engvall version seems to circulate.


* HeyItsThatVoice: Season 2 briefly used Randy Thomas (of the "1-800-ABC-DEFG" Hooked on Phonics commercials) as the announcer.


* TroubledProduction: The original version had financial issues which led to several contestants never getting paid.

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* TroubledProduction: The original version had financial issues which led to several contestants never getting paid. In fact, Michael Reagan left the show as a result of this, not because of money, but because he feared that it was tarnishing the reputation of his father, UsefulNotes/RonaldReagan, who was already smarting politically from the Iran-Contra affair and from Black Monday of 1987.


* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: The 1980s version hasn't been seen since it ended, and few episodes circulate. This, despite being owned by ION (formerly PAX) and included in its 2005 Viewers' Vote.

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: The 1980s version hasn't been seen since it ended, and few episodes circulate. This, despite being owned by ION (formerly PAX) and included in its 2005 2007 Viewers' Vote.


* TroubledProduction: The original version had financial issues.

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* TroubledProduction: The original version had financial issues.issues which led to several contestants never getting paid.

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* MissingEpisode: A series of Hawaiian episodes was taped in June 2005, offering a trip to Hawaii to the winning contestants. These episodes were scheduled to air in October, but sat for 14 months before finally airing on New Year's Day 2007, because the original sponsor dropped out.


* HeyItsThatVoice: Season 2 briefly used Randy Thomas as the announcer. Appropriately, she's best known as the voice of the "1-800-ABC-DEFG" Hooked on Phonics commercials.
* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: The 1980s version has not been seen since it ended in 1988, and few episodes circulate. This, despite being owned by ION (formerly PAX) and included in its 2005 Viewers' Vote.
* TroubledProduction: The original version had financial issues, leading to neither the host nor contestants getting paid.

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* * HeyItsThatVoice: Season 2 briefly used Randy Thomas as the announcer. Appropriately, she's best known as the voice of (of the "1-800-ABC-DEFG" Hooked on Phonics commercials.
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commercials) as the announcer.
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KeepCirculatingTheTapes: The 1980s version has not hasn't been seen since it ended in 1988, ended, and few episodes circulate. This, despite being owned by ION (formerly PAX) and included in its 2005 Viewers' Vote.
* * TroubledProduction: The original version had financial issues, leading to neither the host nor contestants getting paid.issues.

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