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All information was meticulously and carefully taken from various newspapers on newspapers.com.

Winning teams (whatever information is available) are bolded.

Special Taped/Aired Celebrity Teams
#01[1] Taped: 1978
Aired: May 08, 1978
Game 1: The Love Boat (Gavin MacLeod, Fred Grandy, Lauren Tewes, Ted Lange, and Bernie Kopell) Vs.
Eight Is Enough (Dick Van Patten, Lani O'Grady, Susan Richardson, Grant Goodeve, and Laurie Walters)
Game 2: Three's Company (Norman Fell, Joyce DeWitt, John Ritter, Audra Lindley, and Richard Kline) Vs.
Soap (Sal Viscuso, Dinah Manoff, Diana Canova, Jay Johnson, and Jennifer Salt)
Game 3: The Love Boat Vs. Three's Company
#02[2] Taped: 1978
Aired: November 06, 1978
Game 1: Barney Miller (Hal Linden, Ron Carey, Ron Glass, Steve Landesberg, and Jack Soo) Vs.
Eight Is Enough (Lani O'Grady, Susan Richardson, Dianne Kay, Laurie Walters, and Grant Goodeve)
Game 2: Welcome Back, Kotter (Ron Palillo, Marcia Strassman, Charles Fleischer, Stephen Shortridge, and John Sylvester White) Vs.
Soap (Diana Canova, Jay Johnson, Robert Mandan, Dinah Manoff, and Jimmy Baio)
Game 3: Barney Miller Vs. Welcome Back, Kotter
#03[3] Taped: January 14, 1979
Aired: January 26, 1979
Game 1: The Love Boat (Gavin MacLeod, Fred Grandy, Ted Lange, Lauren Tewes, and Bernie Kopell) Vs.
Eight Is Enough (Dick Van Patten, Lani O'Grady, Laurie Walters, Susan Richardson, and Willie Aames)
Game 2: Family (James Broderick, Meredith Baxter Birney, Gary Frank, John Rubinstein, and Quinn Cummings) Vs.
What's Happening!! (Haywood Nelson, Ernest Thomas, Fred Berry, Shirley Hemphill, and Danielle Spencer)
Game 3: Eight Is Enough Vs. Family
#04[4] Tape: 1979
Aired: February 12, 1979
Game 1: Eight Is Enough (Dick Van Patten, Susan Richardson, Willie Aames, Laurie Walters, and Dianne Kay) Vs.
Family (John Rubinstein, Meredith Baxter Birney, David Birney, Quinn Cummings, and Louise Foley)
Game 2: Welcome Back, Kotter (Ron Palillo, Charles Fleischer, Marcia Strassman, Stephen Shortridge, and John Sylvester White) Vs.
The Love Boat (Gavin MacLeod, Fred Grandy, Lauren Tewes, Ted Lange, and Bernie Kopell)
Game 3: Family Vs. Welcome Back, Kotter
#05[5] Taped: September 23, 1979
Aired: October 19, 1979
Game 1: One Day at a Time (Bonnie Franklin, Mackenzie Phillips, Pat Harrington, Valerie Bertinelli, and Nanette Fabray) Vs.
Benson (Robert Guillaume, Caroline McWilliams, Lewis J. Stadlen, Inga Swenson, and James Noble)
Game 2: Dallas (Larry Hagman, Linda Gray, Steve Kanaly, Charlene Tilton, and Victoria Principal) Vs.
Eight Is Enough (Dick Van Patten, Dianne Kay, Willie Aames, Connie Needham, and Grant Goodeve)
Game 3: One Day at a Time Vs. Dallas
#06[6] Taped: 1979
Aired: November 09, 1979
Game 1: The Love Boat (Gavin MacLeod, Fred Grandy, Lauren Tewes, Ted Lange, and Bernie Kopell) Vs.
WKRP in Cincinnati (Gordon Jump, Loni Anderson, Tim Reid, Frank Bonner, and Howard Hesseman)
Game 2: Soap (Robert Mandan, Jennifer Salt, Jimmy Baio, Donnelly Rhodes, and Arthur Peterson) Vs.
Real People (Sarah Purcell, Skip Stephenson, Byron Allen, Bill Rafferty, and Mark Russell)
Game 3: WKRP in Cincinnati Vs. Real People
#07[7] Taped: November 04, 1979
Aired: February 18, 1980
Game 1: The Ropers (Audra Lindley, Norman Fell, Patricia McCormack, Jeffrey Tambor, and Lois Areno) Vs.
Angie (Donna Pescow, Debralee Scott, Robert Hays, Sharon Spelman, and Doris Roberts)
Game 2: The Waltons (Judy Norton-Taylor, Jon Walmsley, Mary McDonough, Kami Cotler, and Eric Scott) Vs.
The Dukes of Hazzard (Tom Wopat, Catherine Bach, Sorrell Booke, Denver Pyle, and James Best)
Game 3: Angie Vs. The Dukes of Hazzard
#08[8] Taped: 1980
Aired: March 29, 1980
Game 1: Benson (Robert Guillaume, Missy Gold, Lewis Stadlen, Inga Swenson, and James Noble) Vs.
Dallas (Steve Kanaly, Charlene Tilton, Mary Crosby, Randy Powell, and Ken Kercheval)
Game 2: WKRP in Cincinnati (Gordon Jump, Jan Smithers, Frank Bonner, Tim Reid, and Richard Sanders) Vs.
Angie (Robert Hays, Debralee Scott, Doris Roberts, Sharon Spelman, and Nancy Lane)
Game 3: Benson Vs. Angie
#09[9] Taped: 1980
Aired: September 17, 1980
Game 1: Soap (Jay Johnson, Robert Mandan, Donnelly Rhodes, Jimmy Baio, and Arthur Peterson) Vs.
All My Children (Ruth Warrick, Susan Lucci, Taylor Miller, Peter Bergman, and Louis Edmonds)
Game 2: Eight Is Enough (Grant Goodeve, Laurie Walters, Willie Aames, Connie Needham, and Adam Rich) Vs.
General Hospital (John Beradino, Jackie Zeman, Tony Geary, Genie Francis, and Rick Anderson)
Game 3: Soap Vs. Eight Is Enough
#10[10] Taped: 1980
Aired: October 04, 1980
Game 1: MacLeod-Whelan (Gavin MacLeod, Jill Whelan, Don Adams, Pearl Bailey, and Robert Goulet) Vs.
Grandy-Kopell (Fred Grandy, Bernie Kopell, Celeste Holm, Darren McGavin, and Jill St. John)
Game 2: Lange (Ted Lange, Jamie Lee Curtis, Janet Leigh, Ethel Merman, and Bert Parks) Vs.
Tewes (Lauren Tewes, David Birney, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Rhonda Fleming, and Arte Johnson)
Game 3: Grandy-Kopell Vs. Tewes
#11[11] Taped: 1981
Aired: April 12, 1981
Game 1: Dallas (Ken Kercheval, Meg Gallagher, Steve Kanaly, Susan Howard, and Jeff Cooper) Vs.
It's a Living (Susan Sullivan, Wendy Schaal, Paul Kreppel, Gail Edwards, and Barrie Youngfellow)
Game 2: The Jeffersons (Isabel Sanford, Mike Evans, Roxie Roker, Marla Gibbs, and Franklin Cover) Vs.
The Dukes of Hazzard (Rick Hurst, Lindsay Bloom, Christopher Hensel, Peggy Rea, and Jeff Altman)
Game 3: Dallas Vs. The Jeffersons
#12[12] Taped: 1981
Aired: October 16, 1981
Game 1: Beasts (Jamie Farr, Vincent Price, Gerry Cooney, Earland De Jeude Grossberger, and Robert Tessier) Vs.
Beauties (Audrey Landers, Judy Landers, Randi Oakes, Elizabeth Ward, and Genie Francis)
Game 2: Beasts (Richard Kiel, Vic Tayback, Daryl Anderson, Lionel Stander, and Victor Buono) Vs.
Beauties (Ann Turkel, Britt Ekland, Lydia Cornell, Telma Hopkins, and Donna Dixon)
Game 3: Beasts (1) Vs. Beauties (2)
#13[13] Taped: 1981
Aired: February 05, 1982
Game 1: Heroes (Bernie Kopell, Lou Ferrigno, Kurt Thomas, Marion Ross, and Lynn Redgrave) Vs.
Villains (Leonard Frey, Joan Collins, Beatrice Straight, Susan Lucci, and Norman Fell)
Game 2: Heroes (Marla Gibbs, Colonel Gordon Cooper, Mackenzie Phillips, Tom Wopat, and Jon "Bowzer" Bauman) Vs.
Villains (Katherine MacGregor, James Best, Paul L. Smith, Inga Swenson, and Henry Silva)
Game 3: Villains (1) Vs. Heroes (2)
#14[14] Taped: 1982
Aired: October 15, 1982
Game 1: Dynasty (Joan Collins, John James, John Forsythe, Linda Evans, and Lee Bergere) Vs.
Knots Landing (Michele Lee, Ted Shackelford, Donna Mills, Kevin Dobson, and Julie Harris)
Game 2: General Hospital (Leslie Charleson, Stuart Damon, Bianca Ferguson, Tristan Rogers, and Sharon Wyatt) Vs.
All My Children (Kim Delaney, Laurence Lau, Ruth Warrick, Dack Rambo, and Darnell Williams)
Game 3: Knots Landing Vs. All My Children
#15[15] Taped: 1982
Aired: February 23, 1983
Game 1: Wilt's Wows (Wilt Chamberlain, Barbara Rush, Shannon Tweed, Charo, and Marilyn McCoo) Vs.
Debbie's Dudes (Miss America Debbie Maffett, Vince Ferragamo, Bruce Penhall, Ricky Schroder, and Lorenzo Lamas)
Game 2: Richard's Rosebuds (Richard Simmons, Mary Ann Mobley, Heather Locklear, Shari Belafonte Harper, and Heather Thomas) Vs.
Phyllis' Fighters (Phyllis Diller, Gary Collins, Steve Yeager, Robert Guillaume, and Steven Ford)
Game 3: Debbie's Dudes Vs. Richard's Rosebuds
#16[16] Taped: 1983
Aired: March 01, 1984
Game 1: Bert's Beauties (Bert Convy, Rita Moreno, Charlene Tilton, Jayne Kennedy, and Shelley Smith) Vs.
Betty's Bruisers (Betty White, Douglas Barr, Anthony Geary, Wolfgang Puck, and Bruce Jenner)
Game 2: Gordon's Glories (Gordon Thomson, Debbie Allen, Donna Dixon, Tracy Austin, and Persis Khambatta) Vs.
Gloria's Go-Getters (Gloria Loring, Adrian Zmed, Steve Garvey, Dar Robinson, and Lou Ferrigno)
Game 3: Bert's Beauties Vs. Gordon's Glories
#17[17] Taped: 1984
Aired: May 25, 1984
Game 1: Doris' Defenders (Doris Roberts, Bruce Weitz, Adrian Zmed, Efrem Zimbalist Jr., and Clarence Williams III) Vs.
Lee's Lionhearts (Lee Meriwether, Robert Vaughn, Adam West, Don Adams, and Larry Manetti)
Game 2: Barbara's Brigade (Barbara Hale, Kent McCord, Norman Fell, Claude Akins, and Craig Stevens) Vs.
Connie's Crusaders (Connie Stevens, Troy Donahue, Patrick Macnee, Edd Byrnes, and Abe Vigoda)
Game 3: Doris' Defenders Vs. Connie's Crusaders

NotesEdit

  1. 1st special and only one of the 1977-1978 season.
  2. 2nd special and first one of the 1978-1979 season.
  3. 3rd special.
  4. 4th special and last one of the 1978-1979 season. Championship Edition.
  5. 5th special and first one of the 1979-1980 season. Originally scheduled for October 08, 1979. Gene Wood announces at the start that this is the 5th special. Games 1 and 2 each feature a CBS show Vs. an ABC show.
  6. 6th special. Gene Wood announces at the start that this is the 6th special. WKRP in Cincinnati is a CBS show, two are ABC shows, and one is an NBC show.
  7. 7th special. Gene Wood announces at the start that this is the 7th special. Game 1 features two ABC shows, and Game 2 features two CBS shows. The taping date was given away by Richard Dawson announcing Will Rogers' 100th birthday today, and by Donna Pescow (of Angie) announcing that today was Doris Roberts' birthday. Angie even did an episode centered on Family Feud with Dawson guest-starring. A 1979 copyright date is carried, despite airing in 1980.
  8. 8th special and last one of the 1979-1980 season. Features two ABC shows and two CBS shows. Benson won $5,000 in the first Fast Money, Angie won $910 in the second Fast Money, and Benson won $10,000 in the final Fast Money.
  9. 9th special and first one of the 1980-1981 season. Nighttime shows Vs. Daytime shows.
  10. 10th special. Love Boat Mutiny.
  11. 11th special and last one of the 1980-1981 season. City Vs. Country. Surprisingly, there were three CBS shows on, and only one from ABC (It's a Living).
  12. 12th special and first one of the 1981-1982 season; there would be two for each from here on out. Celebrity Beasts Vs. Hollywood Beauties. The stars were from a mixture of ABC and CBS shows. No other information about this special is available at the moment. There is no circulating copy, and it appears it never aired on GSN, or was even released on the 2008 DVD from BCI. The only other piece of evidence that confirms its existence is this promo. The results of Game 1 and 2 are a rough estimate based on the promo.
  13. 13th special and last one of the 1981-1982 season. Heroes Vs. Villains. The stars were from shows on all the major networks, including Syndication, and from movies. A 1981 copyright date is carried, despite airing in 1982.
  14. 14th special and first one of the 1982-1983 season. Nighttime Soaps Vs. Daytime Soaps. Knots Landing was from CBS; the rest were from ABC.
  15. 15th special and last one of the 1982-1983 season. The Battle of the Perfect 10's. Male Vs. Female. Stars who rate 10 in television, motion pictures, theater, sports, and beauty. TV stars appearing in CBS, ABC, NBC, and Syndicated shows were all represented here. A 1982 copyright date is carried, despite airing in 1983.
  16. 16th special and first one of the 1983-1984 season. The Second Battle of the Perfect 10's. Like before, Male Vs Female, TV stars appearing in CBS, ABC, NBC, and Syndicated shows were all represented here. A 1983 copyright date is carried, despite airing in 1984. Bert's Beauties won $5,000 in the first Fast Money, Gordon's Glories won $5,000 in the second Fast Money, and Bert's Beauties won $10,000 in the final Fast Money.
  17. 17th special and last one of the 1983-1984 season, as well as the last primetime special ever with Richard Dawson. The Battle of the Crimefighters. Actors and actresses who had starred in crime dramas on all the networks over the years played on this special. Afterwards, the ABC Daytime and Syndicated editions would each continue for one more year. Doris' Defenders won $5,000 in the first Fast Money, Connie's Crusaders won $5,000 in the Second Fast Money, and $10,000 in the final Fast Money.