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Recorded in Hollywood, California at ABC Television Center from 1971 to 1972 and ABC Vine Street Theater from 1972 to 1975.

Weeks #001-#186 used Format 1, #187-#200 used Format 2, and #201-#218 used Format 3.

1971[]

Week ABC #/Overall # Taped/Aired Celebrities
#001[1] #001-#005/PSW/71
#0001-#0005
Taped: 1971
Aired: April 05-09, 1971
Elizabeth Montgomery & Bill Bixby
#002 #006-#010/PSW/71
#0006-#0010
Taped: 1971
Aired: April 12-16, 1971
Jo Anne Worley & Robert Reed
#003 #011-#015/PSW/71
#0011-#0015
Taped: 1971
Aired: April 19-23, 1971
Carol Burnett & Merv Griffin
#004[2] #016-#020/PSW/71
#0016-#0020
Taped: April 18, 1971
Aired: April 26-30, 1971
Peter Lawford & Burt Reynolds
#005 #021-#025/PSW/71
#0021-#0025
Taped: April 25, 1971
Aired: May 03-07, 1971
Kaye Ballard & Harvey Korman
#006 #026-#030/PSW/71
#0026-#0030
Taped: 1971
Aired: May 10-14, 1971
Carol Lawrence & Frank Gifford
#007 #031-#035/PSW/71
#0031-#0035
Taped: May 08, 1971
Aired: May 17-21, 1971
Pat Carroll & Mel Tormé
#008 #036-#040/PSW/71
#0036-#0040
Taped: May 1971
Aired: May 24-28, 1971
Mary Tyler Moore & Jack Cassidy
#009 #041-#045/PSW/71
#0041-#0045
Taped: May 22, 1971
Aired: May 31-June 04, 1971
Sally Ann Howes & Bob Crane
#010 #046-#050/PSW/71
#0046-#0050
Taped: 1971
Aired: June 07-11, 1971
Elizabeth Allen & Arte Johnson
#011[3] #051-#055/PSW/71
#0051-#0055
Taped: 1971
Aired: June 14-18, 1971
Meredith MacRae & Bill Bixby
#012 #056-#060/PSW/71
#0056-#0060
Taped: 1971
Aired: June 21-25, 1971
Sheila MacRae & Adam West
#013 #061-#065/PSW/71
#0061-#0065
Taped: 1971
Aired: June 28-July 02, 1971
Jo Anne Worley & Werner Klemperer
#014 #066-#070/PSW/71
#0066-#0070
Taped: June 25, 1971
Aired: July 05-09, 1971
Angie Dickinson & Peter Lawford
#015 #071-#075/PSW/71
#0071-#0075
Taped: 1971
Aired: July 12-16, 1971
Florence Henderson & Bill Cullen
#016 #076-#080/PSW/71
#0076-#0080
Taped: 1971
Aired: July 19-23, 1971
Anne Meara & Jack Klugman
#017 #081-#085/PSW/71
#0081-#0085
Taped: 1971
Aired: July 26-30, 1971
Virginia Graham & James Brolin
#018 #086-#090/PSW/71
#0086-#0090
Taped: July 17, 1971
Aired: August 02-06, 1971
Amanda Blake & Darren McGavin
#019 #091-#095/PSW/71
#0091-#0095
Taped: July 18, 1971
Aired: August 09-13, 1971
Nancy Kulp & Greg Morris
#020 #096-#100/PSW/71
#0096-#0100
Taped: July 19, 1971
Aired: August 16-20, 1971
Betty White & Johnny Mathis
#021 #101-#105/PSW/71
#0101-#0105
Taped: July 24, 1971
Aired: August 23-27, 1971
Juliet Mills & Marty Allen
#022[4] #106-#110/PSW/71
#0106-#0110
Taped: 1971
Aired: August 30-September 03, 1971
Barbara McNair & Jackie Cooper
#023[5] #111-#115/PSW/71
#0111-#0115
Taped: 1971
Aired: September 06-10, 1971
Mary Tyler Moore & Jack Cassidy
#024 #116-#120/PSW/71
#0116-#0120
Taped: 1971
Aired: September 13-17, 1971
Elizabeth Montgomery & Chad Everett
#025[6] #121-#125/PSW/71
#0121-#0125
Taped: 1971
Aired: September 20-24, 1971
Carol Burnett & Henry Fonda
#026[7] #126-#130/PSW/71
#0126-#0130
Taped: September 11, 1971
Aired: September 27-October 01, 1971
Nanette Fabray & Arte Johnson
#027 #131-#135/PSW/71
#0131-#0135
Taped: 1971
Aired: October 04-08, 1971
Julie Adams & Tony Randall
#028 #136-#140/PSW/71
#0136-#0140
Taped: 1971
Aired: October 11-15, 1971
Edie Adams & Carl Reiner
#029 #141-#145/PSW/71
#0141-#0145
Taped: 1971
Aired: October 18-22, 1971
Pat Carroll & John Forsythe
#030 #146-#150/PSW/71
#0146-#0150
Taped: October 09, 1971
Aired: October 25-29, 1971
Carol Burnett & Dick Martin
#031 #151-#155/PSW/71
#0151-#0155
Taped: October 16, 1971
Aired: November 01-05, 1971
Brenda Vaccaro & Monty Hall
#032 #156-#160/PSW/71
#0156-#0160
Taped: October 23, 1971
Aired: November 08-12, 1971
Denise Nicholas & Art Linkletter
#033 #161-#165/PSW/71
#0161-#0165
Taped: October 1971
Aired: November 15-19, 1971
Vera Miles & Jack Carter
#034[8] #166-#170/PSW/71
#0166-#0170
Taped: October 31, 1971
Aired: November 22-26, 1971
Abby Dalton & Martin Milner
#035 #171-#175/PSW/71
#0171-#0175
Taped: November 06, 1971
Aired: November 29-December 03, 1971
Elizabeth Montgomery & Peter Lawford
#036 #176-#180/PSW/71
#0176-#0180
Taped: 1971
Aired: December 06-10, 1971
Brett Somers & Jack Klugman
#037 #181-#185/PSW/71
#0181-#0185
Taped: 1971
Aired: December 13-17, 1971
Anita Gillette & Bill Bixby
#038 #186-#190/PSW/71
#0186-#0190
Taped: December 4, 1971
Aired: December 20-24, 1971
Juliet Prowse & James Brolin
#039 #191-#195/PSW/71
#0191-#0195
Taped: 1971
Aired: December 27-31, 1971
Carolyn Jones & Greg Morris

1972[]

Week ABC #/Overall # Taped/Aired Celebrities
#040 #0196-#0200 Taped:
Aired: January 03-07, 1972
Florence Henderson & Joseph Campanella
#041 #0201-#0205 Taped:
Aired: January 10-14, 1972
Betty White & Ross Martin
#042[9] #0206-#0210 Taped:
Aired: January 17-21, 1972
Lois Nettleton & Soupy Sales
#043 #0211-#0215 Taped:
Aired: January 24-28, 1972
Jo Anne Worley & Tige Andrews
#044 #0216-#0220 Taped:
Aired: January 31-February 04, 1972
Abby Dalton & Rod Serling
#045 #0221-#0225 Taped:
Aired: February 07-11, 1972
Carol Burnett & Elizabeth Montgomery
#046[10] #0226-#0230 Taped: January 28, 1972
Aired: February 14-18, 1972
Sheila MacRae & Martin Milner
#047 #0231-#0235 Taped: January 29, 1972
Aired: February 21-25, 1972
Ruta Lee & Bill Bixby
#048[11] #0236-#0240 Taped: February 12, 1972
Aired: February 28-March 03, 1972
Pat Carroll & Roddy McDowall
#049 #0241-#0245 Taped: February 13, 1972
Aired: March 06-10, 1972
Anne Francis & Arte Johnson
#050[12] #0246-#0250 Taped: 1972
Aired: March 13-17, 1972
Betty Grable & Jack Cassidy
#051[13] #0251-#0255 Taped: 1972
Aired: March 20-24, 1972
Carol Burnett & Elizabeth Montgomery
#052[14] #0256-#0260 Taped: 1972
Aired: March 27-31, 1972
Carol Burnett & Elizabeth Montgomery
#053[15] #0261-#0265 Taped: 1972
Aired: April 03-07, 1972
Peter Lawford & Greg Morris
#054 #0266-#0270 Taped: 1972
Aired: April 10-14, 1972
Peter Lawford & Monty Hall
#055 #0271-#0275 Taped: 1972
Aired: April 17-21, 1972
Barbara Feldon & Roddy McDowall
#056 #0276-#0280 Taped: 1972
Aired: April 24-28, 1972
Amanda Blake & James MacArthur
#057 #0281-#0285 Taped: 1972
Aired: May 01-05, 1972
Nancy Kulp & Arte Johnson
#058 #0286-#0290 Taped: 1972
Aired: May 08-12, 1972
Carol Channing & Martin Milner
#059 #0291-#0295 Taped: 1972
Aired: May 15-19, 1972
Cloris Leachman & John Forsythe
#060 #0296-#0300 Taped: 1972
Aired: May 22-26, 1972
Dina Merrill & Darren McGavin
#061[16] #0301-#0305 Taped: 1972
Aired: May 29-June 02, 1972
Abby Dalton & Chad Everett
#062 #0306-#0310 Taped: 1972
Aired: June 05-09, 1972
Lynda Day George & George Peppard
#063 #0311-#0315 Taped: 1972
Aired: June 12-16, 1972
Ruta Lee & Ross Martin
#064 #0316-#0320 Taped: 1972
Aired: June 19-23, 1972
Barbara Rush & Joel Grey
#065 #0321-#0325 Taped: 1972
Aired: June 26-30, 1972
Nancy Kulp & Douglas Fairbanks Jr.
#066[17] #0326-#0330 Taped: 1972
Aired: July 03-07, 1972
Jo Anne Worley & Tom Kennedy
#067[18] #0331-#0335 Taped: 1972
Aired: July 10-14, 1972
Carolyn Jones & George Peppard
#068 #0336-#0340 Taped: 1972
Aired: July 17-21, 1972
Elizabeth Montgomery & Paul Lynde
#069 #0341-#0345 Taped: 1972
Aired: July 24-28, 1972
Lucille Ball & Ross Martin
#070 #0346-#0350 Taped: 1972
Aired: July 31-August 04, 1972
Nanette Fabray & Martin Milner
#071 #0351-#0355 Taped: 1972
Aired: August 07-11, 1972
June Lockhart & Bill Bixby
#072 #0356-#0360 Taped: 1972
Aired: August 14-18, 1972
Polly Bergen & Greg Morris
#073 #0361-#0365 Taped: 1972
Aired: August 21-25, 1972
Pat Carroll & Jack Cassidy
#074 #0366-#0370 Taped: 1972
Aired: August 28-September 01, 1972
Betty White & Tony Randall
#075 #0371-#0375 Taped: 1972
Aired: September 04-08, 1972
Susan Oliver & Jack Klugman
#076 #0376-#0380 Taped: July 29, 1972
Aired: September 11-15, 1972
Elizabeth Allen & Paul Lynde
#077 #0381-#0385 Taped: 1972
Aired: September 18-22, 1972
Carol Burnett & Florence Henderson
#078 #0386-#0390 Taped: 1972
Aired: September 25-29, 1972
Martin Milner & Greg Morris
#079 #0391-#0395 Taped: 1972
Aired: October 02-06, 1972
Elizabeth Montgomery & Richard Long
#080 #0396-#0400 Taped: September 17, 1972
Aired: October 09-13, 1972
Linda Kaye Henning & Arte Johnson
#081 #0401-#0405 Taped: 1972
Aired: October 16-20, 1972
Sally Struthers & Gene Rayburn
#082 #0406-#0410 Taped: 1972
Aired: October 23-27, 1972
Abby Dalton & Peter Lawford
#083 #0411-#0415 Taped: 1972
Aired: October 30-November 03, 1972
Anita Gillette & Tom Kennedy
#084 #0416-#0420 Taped: 1972
Aired: November 06-10, 1972
Jo Anne Worley & John Forsythe
#085 #0421-#0425 Taped: 1972
Aired: November 13-17, 1972
Lynda Day George & Bill Bixby
#086[19] #0426-#0430 Taped: 1972
Aired: November 20-24, 1972
Carol Burnett & Ross Martin
#087[20] #0431-#0435 Taped: 1972
Aired: November 27-December 01, 1972
Nanette Fabray & Johnny Mann
#088 #0436-#0440 Taped: 1972
Aired: December 04-08, 1972
Elizabeth Montgomery & Bert Convy
#089 #0441-#0445 Taped: 1972
Aired: December 11-15, 1972
Sally Struthers & Paul Lynde
#090 #0446-#0450 Taped: 1972
Aired: December 18-22, 1972
Florence Henderson & Robert Fuller
#091 #0451-#0455 Taped: 1972
Aired: December 25-29, 1972
Martin Milner & Greg Morris
#092 #0456-#0460 Taped: December 02, 1972
Aired: January 01-05, 1973
Carol Burnett & Burt Reynolds

1973[]

Week ABC #/Overall # Taped/Aired Celebrities
#093[21] #0461-#0465 Taped:
Aired: January 08-12, 1973
Jack Klugman & Tony Randall
#094 #0466-#0470 Taped:
Aired: January 15-19, 1973
Betty White & Rod Serling
#095[22] #0471-#0475 Taped:
Aired: January 22-26, 1973
Elizabeth Montgomery & Bert Convy (M-F)
Jo Anne Worley & Greg Morris (F)
#096 #0476-#0480 Taped:
Aired: January 29-February 02, 1973
Florence Henderson & Robert Fuller
#097 #0481-#0485 Taped:
Aired: February 05-09, 1973
Pat Carroll & Robert Reed
#098 #0486-#0490 Taped:
Aired: February 12-16, 1973
Linda Kaye Henning & George Peppard
#099 #0491-#0495 Taped:
Aired: February 19-23, 1973
Carolyn Jones & Dick Gautier
#100 #0496-#0500 Taped: February 10, 1973
Aired: February 26-March 02, 1973
Sally Struthers & Paul Lynde
#101 #0501-#0505 Taped: 1973
Aired: March 05-09, 1973
Nancy Kulp & Jack Cassidy
#102 #0506-#0510 Taped: 1973
Aired: March 12-16, 1973
June Lockhart & Darren McGavin
#103 #0511-#0515 Taped: 1973
Aired: March 19-23, 1973
Anita Gillette & John Forsythe
#104[23] #0516-#0520 Taped: 1973
Aired: March 26-30, 1973
Martin Milner & Greg Morris
#105[24] #0521-#0525 Taped: 1973
Aired: April 02-06, 1973
Carol Burnett & Elizabeth Montgomery
#106 #0526-#0530 Taped: 1973
Aired: April 09-13, 1973
Betty White & Rod Serling
#107 #0531-#0535 Taped: 1973
Aired: April 16-20, 1973
Susan Oliver & Dick Gautier
#108[25] #0536-#0540 Taped: 1973
Aired: April 23-27, 1973
Peter Lawford & Bert Convy
#109 #0541-#0545 Taped: 1973
Aired: April 30-May 04, 1973
Lois Nettleton & Tom Kennedy
#110 #0546-#0550 Taped: 1973
Aired: May 07-11, 1973
Lucie Arnaz & Bill Bixby
#111 #0551-#0555 Taped: 1973
Aired: May 14-18, 1973
Pat Carroll & George Kennedy
#112 #0556-#0560 Taped: 1973
Aired: May 21-25, 1973
Helen Reddy & Larry Blyden
#113 #0561-#0565 Taped: May 06, 1973
Aired: May 28-June 01, 1973
Linda Kaye Henning & Jack Klugman
#114 #0566-#0570 Taped: May 12, 1973
Aired: June 04-08, 1973
June Lockhart & Dick Sargent
#115[26] #0571-#0575 Taped: May 13, 1973
Aired: June 18-22, 1973
Elizabeth Montgomery & Lew Retrum Vs.
Jim Backus, Henny Backus, George Eckstine, Dick Gautier, Carolyn Jones, Tom Kennedy, Dave Madden, Jo Anne Meredith, Jack Narz, Wayne Rogers, James Shigeta, Betty White
#116[27] #0576-#0580 Taped: 1973
Aired: July 02-06, 1973
Carol Burnett & Lew Retrum Vs.
Jack Cassidy, Joanna Gleason, Monty Hall, Joe Hamilton, Rock Hudson, Jack Klugman, Peter Lawford, Shari Lewis, Martha Peukert, Helen Reddy, Brett Somers, Jeff Wald
#117[28] #0581-#0585 Taped: 1973
Aired: July 09-13, 1973
Peggy Cass & Richard Long
#118[29] #0586-#0590 Taped: 1973
Aired: July 16-20, 1973
Martin Milner & Greg Morris
#119[30] #0591-#0595 Taped: 1973
Aired: July 23-27, 1973
Ruta Lee & Bill Cullen
#120[31] #0596-#0600 Taped: 1973
Aired: July 30-August 03, 1973
Elizabeth Montgomery & Bert Convy
#121[32] #0601-#0605 Taped: 1973
Aired: August 06-10, 1973
Anita Gillette & Wayne Rogers
#122 #0606-#0610 Taped: July 07, 1973
Aired: August 13-17, 1973
Richard Dawson & Bill Bixby
#123[33] #0611-#0615 Taped: July 1973
Aired: August 20-24, 1973
Richard Dawson & Bill Bixby
#124 #0616-#0620 Taped: 1973
Aired: August 27-31, 1973
Joanna Barnes & Michael Landon
#125 #0621-#0625 Taped: 1973
Aired: September 03-07, 1973
Angie Dickinson & Richard Crenna
#126 #0626-#0630 Taped: 1973
Aired: September 10-14, 1973
Vicki Lawrence & Dick Gautier
#127 #0631-#0635 Taped: 1973
Aired: September 17-21, 1973
Sandy Duncan & Peter Lawford
#128 #0636-#0640 Taped: 1973
Aired: September 24-28, 1973
Betty White & James Shigeta
#129[34] #0641-#0645 Taped: 1973
Aired: October 01-05, 1973
Sandy Duncan & Peter Lawford
#130 #0646-#0650 Taped: 1973
Aired: October 08-12, 1973
Susan Oliver & Alan Alda
#131[35] #0651-#0655 Taped: 1973
Aired: October 15-19, 1973
Martin Milner & Greg Morris
#132 #0656-#0660 Taped: 1973
Aired: October 22-26, 1973
Brett Somers & Jack Klugman
#133 #0661-#0665 Taped: 1973
Aired: October 29-November 02, 1973
Lynda Day George & Nipsey Russell
#134 #0666-#0670 Taped: 1973
Aired: November 05-09, 1973
Loretta Swit & Richard Dawson
#135 #0671-#0675 Taped: 1973
Aired: November 12-16, 1973
Helen Reddy & Bill Cullen
#136[36] #0676-#0680 Taped: 1973
Aired: November 19-23, 1973
Elizabeth Montgomery & Robert Foxworth
#137 #0681-#0685 Taped: 1973
Aired: November 26-30, 1973
Betty White & Greg Morris
#138 #0686-#0690 Taped: 1973
Aired: December 03-07, 1973
Linda Kaye Henning & Michael Evans
#139 #0691-#0695 Taped: 1973
Aired: December 10-14, 1973
Florence Henderson & Dick Gautier
#140 #0696-#0700 Taped: 1973
Aired: December 17-21, 1973
Sandy Duncan & Bill Bixby
#141[37] #0701-#0705 Taped: 1973
Aired: December 24-28, 1973
Sandy Duncan & Bill Bixby
#142 #0706-#0710 Taped: 1973
Aired: December 31, 1973-January 04, 1974
Pat Carroll & Peter Lawford

1974[]

Week ABC #/Overall # Taped/Aired Celebrities
#143[38] #0711-#0715 Taped:
Aired: January 07-11, 1974
Carol Burnett & Elizabeth Montgomery Vs.
Robert Foxworth, Frank Gifford, Merv Griffin, Florence Henderson, Don Meredith, Susan Oliver, Martha Peukert, Tony Randall, Helen Reddy, Robert Reed, Carl Reiner, Lew Retrum, Jeff Wald, Marcia Wallace
#144[39] #0716-#0720 Taped:
Aired: January 14-18, 1974
Martin Milner & Greg Morris
#145 #0721-#0725 Taped:
Aired: January 21-25, 1974
Susan Oliver & Jack Cassidy
#146 #0726-#0730 Taped:
Aired: January 28-February 01, 1974
Anita Gillette & Edward Asner
#147 #0731-#0735 Taped:
Aired: February 04-08, 1974
Anne Meara & Tennessee Ernie Ford
#148 #0736-#0740 Taped:
Aired: February 11-15, 1974
Juliet Mills & Jack Cassidy
#149[40] #0741-#0745 Taped:
Aired: February 18-22, 1974
Joanna Barnes & Nipsey Russell (TU-F)
Betty White (M)
#150 #0746-#0750 Taped:
Aired: February 25-March 01, 1974
Marcia Wallace & Robert Reed
#151 #0751-#0755 Taped:
Aired: March 04-08, 1974
Lee Meriwether & George Peppard
#152 #0756-#0760 Taped:
Aired: March 11-15, 1974
Betty White & Joanna Barnes
#153 #0761-#0765 Taped:
Aired: March 18-22, 1974
Sandy Duncan & Tom Kennedy
#154[41] #0766-#0770 Taped:
Aired: March 25-29, 1974
Jack Cassidy, Richard Dawson, Florence Henderson, Jack Klugman, Helen Reddy
(Celebrity Parents)
Barbara Bernstein, Elizabeth Bernstein, Joseph Bernstein, Robert Bernstein, David Cassidy, Patrick Cassidy, Ryan Cassidy, Shaun Cassidy, Gary Dawson, Mark Dawson, Adam Klugman, David Klugman, Traci Wald (?)
(Celebrity Children)
Susan Oliver, Ruth Hale Oliver, Betty White, Tess White
(Celebrities and Their Mothers)
#155 #0771-#0775 Taped:
Aired: April 01-05, 1974
Pat Harrington & Dick Gautier
#156[42] #0776-#0780 Taped:
Aired: April 08-12, 1974
Linda Kaye Henning & Edward Asner
#157[43] #0781-#0785 Taped:
Aired: April 15-19, 1974
Martin Milner & Greg Morris
#158[44] #0786-#0790 Taped:
Aired: April 22-26, 1974
Carol Burnett & Elizabeth Montgomery
#159 #0791-#0795 Taped:
Aired: April 29-May 03, 1974
Anita Gillette & Joel Grey
#160[45] #0796-#0800 Taped:
Aired: May 06-10, 1974
Susan Oliver & Bill Cullen
#161 #0801-#0805 Taped:
Aired: May 13-17, 1974
Loretta Swit & Richard Dawson
#162 #0806-#0810 Taped:
Aired: May 20-24, 1974
Ruta Lee & Carl Reiner
#163 #0811-#0815 Taped:
Aired: May 27-31, 1974
Peter Lawford & Greg Morris
#164 #0816-#0820 Taped:
Aired: June 03-07, 1974
Frank Gifford & Bill Bixby
#165 #0821-#0825 Taped:
Aired: June 10-14, 1974
Abby Dalton & Tennessee Ernie Ford
#166 #0826-#0830 Taped:
Aired: June 17-21, 1974
Sandy Duncan & Bill Bixby
#167 #0831-#0835 Taped:
Aired: June 24-28, 1974
Betty White & Joanna Barnes
#168[46] #0836-#0840 Taped:
Aired: July 01-05, 1974
Joyce Bulifant & Richard Dawson
#169[47] #0841-#0845 Taped:
Aired: July 08-12, 1974
Elizabeth Montgomery & Robert Foxworth Vs.
Edward Asner & Gavin MacLeod
(The Mary Tyler Moore Show)
Loretta Swit & Larry Linville
(M*A*S*H)
Adrienne Barbeau & Bill Macy
(Maude)
Lesley Ann Warren & Peter Lupus
(Mission: Impossible)
Kate Jackson & Sam Melville
(The Rookies)
#170[48] #0846-#0850 Taped:
Aired: July 15-19, 1974
Allen Ludden & Elizabeth Montgomery Vs.
Lucille Ball, Robert Foxworth, Dick Gautier, James Hampton, Tom Kennedy, Harvey Korman, Mary Tyler Moore, Greg Morris, Robert Reed, Betty White
#171[49] #0851-#0855 Taped:
Aired: July 22-26, 1974
Allen Ludden & Elizabeth Montgomery Vs.
Edward Albert, Kate Jackson, Harvey Korman, Mary Tyler Moore, Robert Reed, Lew Retrum, Betty White
#172[50] #0856-#0860 Taped:
Aired: July 29-August 02, 1974
Elizabeth Montgomery, Robert Foxworth, Dyan Cannon, Carl Reiner, Dionne Warwick, Charles Nelson Reilly, George Kennedy, Dick Martin
#173 #0861-#0865 Taped:
Aired: August 05-09, 1974
Linda Kaye Henning & Martin Milner
#174 #0866-#0870 Taped:
Aired: August 12-16, 1974
Elaine Joyce & Robert Fuller
#175[51] #0871-#0875 Taped:
Aired: August 19-23, 1974
Martin Milner & Greg Morris
#176[52] #0876-#0880 Taped:
Aired: August 26-30, 1974
Helen Reddy & Tony Randall
#177[53] #0881-#0885 Taped:
Aired: September 02-06, 1974
Joyce Bulifant, Joseph Campanella, Bert Convy, Robert Fuller, Pat Harrington, Jackie Joseph, Harvey Korman, Greg Morris
(Celebrity Parents)
Philip Campanella, Robert Campanella, Jennifer Convy, Jonah Convy, Joshua Convy, Chrisopther Korman, Maria Korman, Charles MacArthur, Mary MacArthur, Iona Morris, Linda Morris, Phil Morris (?)
(Celebrity Children)
#178[54] #0886-#0890 Taped:
Aired: September 09-13, 1974
Edward Asner & Nancy Sykes
Bert & Anne Convy
Don Galloway & Linda Robinson
Dick Gautier & Barbara Stuart
Greg Morris & Leona Keyes
Bobby Van & Elaine Joyce
#179[55] #0891-#0895 Taped:
Aired: September 16-20, 1974
Martin Milner, Greg Morris, Betty White, Joanna Barnes, Susan Oliver, Linda Kaye Henning, Kate Jackson, Elaine Joyce
#180[56] #0896-#0900 Taped:
Aired: September 23-27, 1974
Allen Ludden & Betty White Vs.
Edward Albert, Joyce Bulifant, Richard Dawson, Arlene Francis, Dick Gautier, James Hampton, Kate Jackson, Vicki Lawrence, James Shigeta, Tess White
#181[57] #0901-#0905 Taped:
Aired: September 30-October 04, 1974
Edward Asner & Nancy Sykes
John & Patty Duke Astin
Orson & Carolyn Bean
Bert & Anne Convy
Robert & Sheila Culp
Darren McGavin & Kathie Browne
Sam & Ann Melville
Dionne Warwick & Bill Elliot
#182[58] #0906-#0910 Taped:
Aired: October 07-11, 1974
Joyce Bulifant, Loretta Swit, Richard Dawson, Charles Nelson Reilly, Paul Williams, Bill Bixby, Richard Long, Dick Sargent, Scoey Mitchlll, Tom Bosley, Orson Bean, Lyle Waggoner
#183[59] #0911-#0915 Taped:
Aired: October 14-18, 1974
Carol Burnett & Vicki Lawrence Vs.
David Groh, Rock Hudson, Martha Peukert, Tony Randall, Lew Retrum, John Schuck, Lyle Waggoner, Nancy Walker
#184[60] #0916-#0920 Taped:
Aired: October 21-25, 1974
Kate Jackson & Peter Lawford
#185[61] #0921-#0925 Taped:
Aired: October 28-November 01, 1974
Elaine Joyce & Bill Bixby
#186[62] #0926-#0930 Taped:
Aired: November 04-08, 1974
Linda Kaye Henning & George Peppard
(Celebrities)
Chris Bearde, Ben Joelson, Allan Mannings, Pat McCormick, Lorenzo Music
(Producers & Writers)
#187[63] #0931-#0935 Taped:
Aired: November 18-22, 1974
Loretta Swit, Martin Mliner, Linda Kaye Henning, Greg Morris, Elaine Joyce, Don Galloway
#188[64] #0936-#0940 Taped:
Aired: November 25-29, 1974
Edward Asner, Abby Dalton, Bill Bixby, Patti Deutsch, Patty Duke Astin, James Shigeta
#189[65] #0941-#0945 Taped:
Aired: December 02-06, 1974
Carol Burnett, Gene Rayburn, Nancy Walker, Robert Reed, Lynda Day George, Ross Martin
#190[66] #0946-#0950 Taped:
Aired: December 09-13, 1974
Sandy Duncan, Edward Albert, Joyce Bulifant, Pat Harrington, Victoria Principal, Michael Evans
#191[67] #0951-#0955 Taped:
Aired: December 16-20, 1974
Shelley Winters, Orson Bean, Phyllis Newman, Peter Bonerz, Ruta Lee, Robert Culp
#192[68] #0956-#0960 Taped:
Aired: December 23-27, 1974
Wilt Chamberlain, Vicki Lawrence, Richard Dawson, Florence Henderson, Dick Gautier, Susan Oliver
#193[69] #0961-#0965 Taped:
Aired: December 30, 1974-January 03, 1975
Don Galloway, James Shigeta, Nancy Walker, Joyce Bulifant, Peter Bonerz, Dick Gautier
#194[70] #0966-#0970 Taped:
Aired: January 06-10, 1975
Rue McClanahan, Bill Bixby, Adrienne Barbeau, Nipsey Russell, Gunilla Hutton, John Gavin

1975[]

Week ABC #/Overall # Taped/Aired Celebrities
#195[71] #001-#005/PSW/75
#0971-#0975
Taped: January 1975
Aired: January 13-17, 1975
Tennessee Ernie Ford, Theresa Merritt, Dick Martin, Sally Struthers, Paul Williams, Lee Meriwether
#196[72] #006-#010/PSW/75
#0976-#0980
Taped: January 1975
Aired: January 20-24, 1975
Vicki Lawrence, Gene Rayburn, Edward Asner, Richard Dawson, Juliet Mills, Louisa Moritz
#197[73] #011-#015/PSW/75
#0981-#0985
Taped: January 1975
Aired: January 27-31, 1975
Monty Hall, Betty White, Avery Schreiber, Anne Meara, Greg Morris, James Hampton
#198[74] #016-#020/PSW/75
#0986-#0990
Taped: 1975
Aired: February 03-07, 1975
Kaye Stevens, Bill Dana, Barbara McNair, Linda Kaye Henning, Jack Albertson, Lew Retrum
#199[75] #021-#025/PSW/75
#0991-#0995
Taped: 1975
Aired: February 10-14, 1975
Hal Linden, Sandy Duncan, Martin Milner, Elaine Joyce, Leslie Nielsen, Martha Peukert
#200[76] #026-#030/PSW/75
#0996-#1000
Taped: 1975
Aired: February 17-21, 1975
Bill Bixby, Sally Struthers, Richard Dawson, Betty White, Kaye Stevens, Hal Linden
#201[77] #031-#035/PSW/75
#1001-#1005
Taped: 1975
Aired: February 24-28, 1975
Bill Bixby & Greg Morris
#202 #036-#040/PSW/75
#1006-#1010
Taped: 1975
Aired: March 03-07, 1975
Linda Kaye Henning & Richard Dawson
#203 #041-#045/PSW/75
#1011-#1015
Taped: March 02, 1975
Aired: March 10-14, 1975
Betty White & Vicki Lawrence
#204 #046-#050/PSW/75
#1016-#1020
Taped: March 10, 1975
Aired: March 17-21, 1975
Elaine Joyce & Nipsey Russell
#205[78] #051-#055/PSW/75
#1021-#1025
Taped: March 1975
Aired: March 24-28, 1975
Allen Ludden & Paul Williams
#206[79] #056-#060/PSW/75
#1026-#1030
Taped: March 1975
Aired: March 31-April 04, 1975
Juliet Mills & Jack Klugman
#207 #061-#065/PSW/75
#1031-#1035
Taped: 1975
Aired: April 07-11, 1975
Joyce Bulifant & Jack Albertson
#208 #066-#070/PSW/75
#1036-#1040
Taped: 1975
Aired: April 14-18, 1975
Gloria DeHaven & Martin Milner
#209[80] #071-#075/PSW/75
#1041-#1045
Taped: 1975
Aired: April 21-25, 1975
Arlene Francis & Dick Martin
#210 #076-#080/PSW/75
#1046-#1050
Taped: 1975
Aired: April 28-May 02, 1975
Sally Field & Alan Young
#211 #081-#085/PSW/75
#1051-#1055
Taped: 1975
Aired: May 05-09, 1975
Marcia Wallace & Ron Masak
#212 #086-#090/PSW/75
#1056-#1060
Taped: 1975
Aired: May 12-16, 1975
Anne Meara & Edward Asner
#213 #091-#095/PSW/75
#1061-#1065
Taped: 1975
Aired: May 19-23, 1975
Ruta Lee & Don Galloway
#214 #096-#100/PSW/75
#1066-#1070
Taped: 1975
Aired: May 26-30, 1975
Lucille Ball & Gary Morton
#215 #101-#105/PSW/75
#1071-#1075
Taped: 1975
Aired: June 02-06, 1975
Lynn Redgrave & Richard Dawson
#216 #106-#110/PSW/75
#1076-#1080
Taped: 1975
Aired: June 09-13, 1975
Sally Struthers & Gary Crosby
#217 #111-#115/PSW/75
#1081-#1085
Taped: 1975
Aired: June 16-20, 1975
Carol Burnett & Jack Cassidy
#218[81] #116-#120/PSW/75
#1086-#1090
Taped: 1975
Aired: June 23-27, 1975
Kate Jackson & Sam Melville

Notes[]

  1. This version of Password began at 4:00 p.m., replacing the long-running Soap Dark Shadows (much to the fandom's dismay), and followed another Soap, One Life to Live. It also marked a return to Daytime for Mark Goodson-Bill Todman Productions after the cancellation of The Match Game on NBC 18 months ago, as well as a move to Hollywood, California, after many productions in New York City since 1946. Format 1 begins.
  2. Somewhere between the premiere week and this week, the borders around the scoreboard were changed to black, and a hyphen was put in between both sides of said scoreboard. The digits were still solaris. Also, some of the hexagons on the desk are toned down.
  3. Amusingly enough, this and the following week featured someone from the MacRae family playing the game. By this week, the microphones are now on holders instead of being sunk into the desk like before.
  4. Last week in the 4:00 p.m. timeslot.
  5. The show moves to 12:30 p.m. to swap places with reruns of Love, American Style, which replaced the ABC Soap A World Apart. The Thursday episode may have been taped but never shown due to coverage of President Nixon's address to a joint session of congress. It's unclear if it was ever rescheduled.
  6. By this week, the scoreboard now used eggcrates instead of solaris. Also, the carpeting was given a new pattern.
  7. Art Linkletter was listed on the taping tickets. Linkletter would eventually play six weeks later.
  8. The Friday episode may have been taped but never shown due to a marathon of ABC's Saturday Morning Programs. It's unclear if it was ever rescheduled.
  9. The Thursday and Friday episodes may have been taped but never shown due to coverage of President Nixon's State of the Union Address and the Democratic response to it respectively. It's unclear if they were ever rescheduled.
  10. Beep sounds for the Betting Word timer different by this week.
  11. 2,000th episode (CBS and ABC combined) celebrated on February 29. The CBS Primetime run actually had 201 episodes (in addition to the 1,555 Daytime episodes), despite 208 being listed as the final count. This was due to skipping over numbers in the labeling process due to preemptions. By February 29, the ABC run had reached 237 episodes.
  12. Last week in the 12:30 p.m. timeslot.
  13. To commemorate one year on ABC, the show taped two weeks of a Grand Championship with big winners from past shows. Both weeks used the same pair of celebrities. Also, the show moves to Noon, with its lead-in, reruns of Bewitched, moving a half-hour earlier. Lastly, the series gained a brand new follow-up game show at 12:30 p.m., hosted by Tom Kennedy for Stefan Hatos-Monty hall Productions. It was titled Split Second.
  14. Grand Championship continues through Wednesday.
  15. Peter Lawford ended up playing for two consecutive weeks in a row.
  16. The Wednesday episode may have been taped but never shown due to coverage of President Nixon's trip to Warsaw, Poland. It's unclear if it was ever rescheduled.
  17. The Friday episode may have been taped but never shown due to coverage of Governor George Wallace's arrival in Montgomery, Alabama. It's unclear if it was ever rescheduled.
  18. Championship Round Week.
  19. It's unclear if the Friday episode was taped but never shown.
  20. On Friday, a classic episode of The Odd Couple with Allen Ludden guest-starring, aired on ABC.
  21. The Odd Couple cast.
  22. One episode was a special charity edition with Jo Anne Worley & Greg Morris.
  23. The Soap, The Young and the Restless, premiered on CBS on this date, and would provide fierce competition for the then two-year old ABC run of Password. In the coming months, the show would attempt many gimmick weeks in an effort to keep the game fresh and interesting for the viewers.
  24. Carol & Elizabeth were booked to play Password once again, possibly to celebrate the beginning of the third year of this version.
  25. Future Country music star Naomi Judd played as a contestant on this week.
  26. Originally scheduled for June 11-15, 1973. Preempted for Watergate coverage. Grand Champion Lew Retrum and Elizabeth Montgomery play against six different pairs of celebrity challengers.
  27. Originally scheduled for June 18-22 and June 25-29, 1973. Preempted for Watergate coverage. Grand Champion Lew Retrum and Carol Burnett play against six different pairs of celebrity challengers, including former Grand Champion Martha Peukert.
  28. Originally scheduled for July 02-06, 1973. Reruns of The Brady Bunch becomes Password's new lead-in show. Also, a new game show called The Girl In My Life replaces The Dating Game at 2:30 p.m.
  29. Originally scheduled for July 09-13, 1973.
  30. Originally scheduled for July 16-20, 1973.
  31. Originally scheduled for July 23-27, 1973.
  32. Originally scheduled for July 30-August 03, 1973.
  33. Rematch Week.
  34. Rematch Week.
  35. Second Quarterly Contest Week.
  36. By this week, each correct answer in the lightning round was now worth $100. Also, new beeps for the Betting Word timer were in use.
  37. Rematch Week.
  38. Carol Burnett and Elizabeth Montgomery play against six different pairs of celebrity challengers, including Grand Champions Lew Retrum and Martha Peukert.
  39. Third Quarterly Contest Week.
  40. Betty White played on Monday. It's possible Nipsey was late for the taping.
  41. Celebrities, Their Children, and Their mothers Week. This may have been also in celebration of four years on ABC. By this week, matches were now played in a Best 2 Out of 3 structure. Cards that say anywhere from 0-1 would pop up to indicate that a game was won.
  42. Footage from this week appeared in ABC's 1974-1975 season preview reel.
  43. Fourth Quarterly Contest Week.
  44. Third Annual Grand Championship.
  45. The $10,000 Pyramid moves from CBS to ABC to 4:00 p.m., replacing Love, American Style reruns, which had previously been at 12:30 p.m.
  46. The Tuesday episode may have been taped but never shown due to coverage of President Nixon's visit to Moscow, U.S.S.R. It's unclear if it was ever rescheduled.
  47. Celebrity Charity Week. All week long, Elizabeth Montgomery and her future husband take on all comers from Ironside, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, M*A*S*H, Maude, Mission: Impossible, and The Rookies. It was during this week that the program began gradually transitioning to the All-Star era, which began in November. Also by this week, there was now a Daytime Emmy setpiece imprinted behind the Password logo to indicate that the program had become the very first Daytime Emmy Game Show winner.
  48. Celebrity Charity Week. All week long, Monty Hall hosts as Allen Ludden plays the game against Elizabeth Montgomery.
  49. Same as previous week, with Grand Champion Lew Retrum among those playing.
  50. Celebrity Charity Week; Allen returns to hosting. The Wednesday episode may have been taped but never shown due to coverage of President Nixon's impeachment, which ultimately led to him resigning from office on August 09. It's unclear if it was ever rescheduled.
  51. Fifth Quarterly Contest Week.
  52. Last civilian week for now.
  53. Celebrities and Their Children Week.
  54. Celebrities and Their Wives Week.
  55. Celebrity Charity Week. The Wednesday episode may have been taped but never shown due to coverage on President Ford's address to the UN General Assembly. It's unclear if it was ever rescheduled.
  56. Celebrity Charity Week. All week long, Monty Hall hosts as Allen Ludden and wife Betty White take on all comers.
  57. Celebrity Husbands & Wives Charity Week; Allen returns to hosting.
  58. Celebrity Charity Week. Richard Long died about three months after the taping of this week.
  59. Celebrity Charity Week. All week long, Carol Burnett & Vicki Lawrence take on all comers, including Grand Champions Lew Retrum and Martha Peukert.
  60. Winners from Past Years Week I.
  61. Winners from Past Years Week II.
  62. Producers & Writers Charity Week. People who wrote and produced for then-current hit TV Shows played. End of Format 1 and also of the original ABC set and music package. It's possible a repeat of a past celebrity charity tournament was shown for the following week of November 11-15. Regardless, there were no new episodes for that week.
  63. Format 2, Password All-Stars, begins. Also, a brand new set was built, as well as the composition of a brand new music package. The announcer now no longer whispers the password, a practice that wouldn't return until Super Password in October 1986. It was replaced with a series of electronic typing beeps. All-Star Tournament 1, Preliminaries/Quarterfinals Week 1. Don Galloway was the winner of $5,000.
  64. All-Star Tournament 1, Preliminaries/Quarterfinals Week 2. James Shigeta was the winner of $5,000.
  65. All-Star Tournament 1, Preliminaries/Quarterfinals Week 3. Nancy Walker was the winner of $5,000.
  66. All-Star Tournament 1, Preliminaries/Quarterfinals Week 4. Joyce Bulifant was the winner of $5,000.
  67. All-Star Tournament 1, Preliminaries/Quarterfinals Week 5. Peter Bonerz was the winner of $5,000.
  68. During this week on ABC Daytime, The $10,000 Pyramid moves to 2:00 p.m., and two new game shows, The Big Showdown and The Money Maze, premiere at 2:30 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. respectively; the latter was ABC Password's original timeslot. All-Star Tournament 1, Preliminaries/Quarterfinals Week 6. Dick Gautier was the winner of $5,000.
  69. All-Star Tournament 1, Week 7, Grandmaster Championship Semifinals/Finals 1. James Shigeta was the winner of $25,000.
  70. All-Star Tournament 2, Preliminaries/Quarterfinals Week 1. Bill Bixby was the winner of $5,000.
  71. All-Star Tournament 2, Preliminaries/Quarterfinals Week 2. Sally Struthers was the winner of $5,000.
  72. All-Star Tournament 2, Preliminaries/Quarterfinals Week 3. Richard Dawson was the winner of $5,000.
  73. All-Star Tournament 2, Preliminaries/Quarterfinals Week 4. Betty White was the winner of $5,000.
  74. All-Star Tournament 2, Preliminaries/Quarterfinals Week 5. Also playing was past Grand Champion Lew Retrum. Kaye Stevens was the winner of $5,000.
  75. All-Star Tournament 2, Preliminaries/Quarterfinals Week 6. Also playing was past Grand Champion Martha Peukert. Hal Linden was the winner of $5,000.
  76. All-Star Tournament 2, Week 7, and the last Grandmaster Championship Semifinals/Finals. Richard Dawson was the winner of $25,000. End of Format 2.
  77. Format 3 begins, due to the All-Star version being unpopular with viewers. Many elements from that era (including the set and music) were carried over, as well some gameplay elements, along with the addition of brand new ones.
  78. Betty White hosts all week long, while Allen plays as a panelist.
  79. Allen returns to hosting.
  80. Password gains a new lead-in game show at 11:30 a.m. called Blankety Blanks, though this was temporary.
  81. Final week, and end of Format 3. Both stars were from the ABC-TV drama The Rookies. Blankety Blanks, Password, and Split Second were all cancelled on June 27. The Big Showdown and The Money Maze would follow suit a week later. Password ended on ABC on this date after 1,090 episodes for the network. On Monday June 30, Password would be replaced with Showoffs, another Goodson-Todman game. At the very end of the Friday finale, producers Howard Felsher, Cathy Hughart, Frank Wayne, and contestant coordinator Les Sinclair appear to play one final game. Afterwards, Mark Goodson comes on to give Allen a watch, and dub him "Mr. Password". Finally, Allen brought his wife, Betty White, on screen for one last segment. On January 08, 1979, Password would return on NBC as Password Plus.