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** Also concerning the contest, one episode began with Bill reading an entry. "Invest in a pair of long underwear." As Bill notes, that's literally it, and "[[IncrediblyLAmePun just like the ointment, there's a fly in it.]]" [[LamePunReaction The contestants proceed to boo over the pun]] -- "The contestants will refrain from booing the master of ceremonies!"

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** Also concerning the contest, one episode began with Bill reading an entry. "Invest in a pair of long underwear." As Bill notes, that's literally it, and "[[IncrediblyLAmePun "[[{{Pun}} just like the ointment, there's a fly in it.]]" [[LamePunReaction The contestants proceed to boo over the pun]] -- "The contestants will refrain from booing the master of ceremonies!"


** December 31, 1971: One contestant was named Mitch Miller. Although he was no relation to the renowned bandleader, Creator/BillCullen couldn't resist asking him, "Have you been to the barber's, Mitch?" Then, the first set of categories in a new game showed up and caught the attention of all men present: "Hidden Talents", "Creator/SophiaLoren", and "Super Duper".

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** December 31, 1971: One contestant was named Mitch Miller. Although he was [[NamesTheSame no relation relation]] to the renowned bandleader, Creator/BillCullen couldn't resist asking him, "Have you been to the barber's, Mitch?" Then, the first set of categories in a new game showed up and caught the attention of all men present: "Hidden Talents", "Creator/SophiaLoren", and "Super Duper".


** December 31, 1971: One contestant was named Mitch Miller. Although he was no relation to the renowned bandleader, Bill couldn't resist asking him, "Have you been to the barber's, Mitch?" Then, the first set of categories in a new game showed up and caught the attention of all men present: "Hidden Talents", "Creator/SophiaLoren", and "Super Duper".
** February 8, 1974: A pregnant female contestant was expecting her baby to arrive in "a couple of months", and Bill got her to be a little more specific "February". Knowing they just exposed their taping schedule, Bill explained that the show was pretaped and that the contestant would probably end up watching this episode air with the baby sitting on her lap.

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** December 31, 1971: One contestant was named Mitch Miller. Although he was no relation to the renowned bandleader, Bill Creator/BillCullen couldn't resist asking him, "Have you been to the barber's, Mitch?" Then, the first set of categories in a new game showed up and caught the attention of all men present: "Hidden Talents", "Creator/SophiaLoren", and "Super Duper".
** February 8, 1974: A pregnant female contestant was expecting her baby to arrive in "a couple of months", and Bill got her to be a little more specific "February". Knowing they just exposed their taping schedule, Bill explained that the show was pretaped pre-taped and that the contestant would probably end up watching this episode air with the baby sitting on her lap.

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** Also concerning the contest, one episode began with Bill reading an entry. "Invest in a pair of long underwear." As Bill notes, that's literally it, and "[[IncrediblyLAmePun just like the ointment, there's a fly in it.]]" [[LamePunReaction The contestants proceed to boo over the pun]] -- "The contestants will refrain from booing the master of ceremonies!"


* GrowingTheBeard: The format change, no doubt.



* TheyChangedItNowItSucks: Averted; you'd be hard pressed to find anybody who hates the second format.


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* MomentOfAwesome: On February 12, 1974, Fred Abrahams made an Instant Match with three hearts for the game ($5,000 in prizes), his seventh ''consecutive'' match ($5,000 cash and a new car), and his second entry into a weeklong Valentine's sweepstakes.

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* MomentOfAwesome: SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome: On February 12, 1974, Fred Abrahams made an Instant Match with three hearts for the game ($5,000 in prizes), his seventh ''consecutive'' match ($5,000 cash and a new car), and his second entry into a weeklong Valentine's sweepstakes.


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** December 31, 1971: One contestant was named Mitch Miller who, despite having no relation to the renowned bandleader, Bill couldn't resist asking "Have you been to the barber's, Mitch?" Then, the first set of categories in a new game showed up and caught the attention of all men present: "Hidden Talents", "Sophia Loren", and "Super Duper".
** February 8, 1974: A pregnant contestant was expecting her baby to arrive in "a couple of months", and Bill got her to be a little more specific "February". Knowing they just exposed their taping schedule, Bill explained that the show was pretaped and that the contestant would probably end up watching this episode air with the baby sitting on her lap.
** From the same episode, Bill reads out the winners of a write-in contest about suggestions for conserving energy. The third-party winner advocates stopping the use of multiple TV sets and radios during sports broadcasts. Her prize? [[{{Irony}} A portable color TV]]. You can even see [[{{Corpsing}} Bill begin to crack up]] when the camera cuts to a picture of the prize.

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** December 31, 1971: One contestant was named Mitch Miller who, despite having Miller. Although he was no relation to the renowned bandleader, Bill couldn't resist asking him, "Have you been to the barber's, Mitch?" Then, the first set of categories in a new game showed up and caught the attention of all men present: "Hidden Talents", "Sophia Loren", "Creator/SophiaLoren", and "Super Duper".
** February 8, 1974: A pregnant female contestant was expecting her baby to arrive in "a couple of months", and Bill got her to be a little more specific "February". Knowing they just exposed their taping schedule, Bill explained that the show was pretaped and that the contestant would probably end up watching this episode air with the baby sitting on her lap.
** From the same episode, Bill reads out the winners of a write-in contest about suggestions for conserving energy. The third-party third-place winner advocates stopping the use of multiple TV sets and radios during sports broadcasts. Her prize? [[{{Irony}} A portable color TV]]. TV.]] You can even see [[{{Corpsing}} Bill begin to crack up]] when the camera cuts to a picture of the prize.



* MomentOfAwesome: On February 12, 1974, Fred Abrahams made an Instant Match with three hearts for the game ($5,000 in prizes), his seventh ''consecutive'' match ($5,000 cash and a new car), and his second entry into a week-long Valentine's sweepstakes.

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* MomentOfAwesome: On February 12, 1974, Fred Abrahams made an Instant Match with three hearts for the game ($5,000 in prizes), his seventh ''consecutive'' match ($5,000 cash and a new car), and his second entry into a week-long weeklong Valentine's sweepstakes.


** From the same episode, Bill reads out the winners of a write-up contest about suggestions for conserving energy. The third-party winner advocates stopping the use of multiple TV sets and radios during sports broadcasts. Her prize? [[{{Irony}} A portable color TV]]. You can even see [[{{Corpsing}} Bill begin to crack up]] when the camera cuts to a picture of the prize.

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** From the same episode, Bill reads out the winners of a write-up write-in contest about suggestions for conserving energy. The third-party winner advocates stopping the use of multiple TV sets and radios during sports broadcasts. Her prize? [[{{Irony}} A portable color TV]]. You can even see [[{{Corpsing}} Bill begin to crack up]] when the camera cuts to a picture of the prize.

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** From the same episode, Bill reads out the winners of a write-up contest about suggestions for conserving energy. The third-party winner advocates stopping the use of multiple TV sets and radios during sports broadcasts. Her prize? [[{{Irony}} A portable color TV]]. You can even see [[{{Corpsing}} Bill begin to crack up]] when the camera cuts to a picture of the prize.


* FunnyMoments: A pregnant contestant on February 8, 1974 was expecting her baby to arrive in "a couple of months", and Bill got her to be a little more specific "February". Knowing they just exposed their taping schedule, Bill explained that the show was pretaped and that the contestant would probably end up watching this episode air with the baby sitting on her lap.
** The December 31, 1971 show had a contestant named Mitch Miller. No relation to the renowned bandleader, but Bill couldn't resist but ask "Have you been to the barber's, Mitch?" Then, the first set of categories in a new game showed up and caught the attention of all men present: "Hidden Talents," "Sophia Loren," and "Super Duper."

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* FunnyMoments: FunnyMoments:
** December 31, 1971: One contestant was named Mitch Miller who, despite having no relation to the renowned bandleader, Bill couldn't resist asking "Have you been to the barber's, Mitch?" Then, the first set of categories in a new game showed up and caught the attention of all men present: "Hidden Talents", "Sophia Loren", and "Super Duper".
** February 8, 1974:
A pregnant contestant on February 8, 1974 was expecting her baby to arrive in "a couple of months", and Bill got her to be a little more specific "February". Knowing they just exposed their taping schedule, Bill explained that the show was pretaped and that the contestant would probably end up watching this episode air with the baby sitting on her lap.
** The December 31, 1971 show had a contestant named Mitch Miller. No relation to the renowned bandleader, but Bill couldn't resist but ask "Have you been to the barber's, Mitch?" Then, the first set of categories in a new game showed up and caught the attention of all men present: "Hidden Talents," "Sophia Loren," and "Super Duper."
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* TooGoodToLast: The show was canned after three years because Lin Bolen wanted something flashy. The result, ''WinningStreak'', was an all-around failure.


** The December 31, 1971 show had a contestant named Mitch Miller. No relation to the renowned bandleader, but Bill could resist but ask "Have you been to the barber's, Mitch?" Then, the first set of categories in a new game showed up and caught the attention of all men present: "Hidden Talents," "Sophia Loren," and "Super Duper."

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** The December 31, 1971 show had a contestant named Mitch Miller. No relation to the renowned bandleader, but Bill could couldn't resist but ask "Have you been to the barber's, Mitch?" Then, the first set of categories in a new game showed up and caught the attention of all men present: "Hidden Talents," "Sophia Loren," and "Super Duper."


* The December 31, 1971 show had a contestant named Mitch Miller. No relation to the renowned bandleader, but Bill could resist but ask "Have you been to the barber's, Mitch?" Then, the first set of categories in a new game showed up and caught the attention of all men present: "Hidden Talents," "Sophia Loren," and "Super Duper."

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* ** The December 31, 1971 show had a contestant named Mitch Miller. No relation to the renowned bandleader, but Bill could resist but ask "Have you been to the barber's, Mitch?" Then, the first set of categories in a new game showed up and caught the attention of all men present: "Hidden Talents," "Sophia Loren," and "Super Duper."

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* The December 31, 1971 show had a contestant named Mitch Miller. No relation to the renowned bandleader, but Bill could resist but ask "Have you been to the barber's, Mitch?" Then, the first set of categories in a new game showed up and caught the attention of all men present: "Hidden Talents," "Sophia Loren," and "Super Duper."

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