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JanuaryEdit

NOTE: Card Sharks did not air on January 1, 1987 due to the Tournament of Roses Parade.

Audience Polling Group December 29, 1986 to January 2, 1987: Co-Eds from Cal State Fullerton; Featured bonus prize: Trip to Hawaii ($#,###)
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
266 1/2/1987 First show of 1987.

Total given away during Young People's Week XX: $##,###.

Audience Polling Group January 5 to 8, 1987: 16-Year-Old Boys; January 9, 1987: Married Men; Featured Car: XXX ($#,###)
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
253 1/5/1987 Angela Fern
254 1/6/1987 Fern Don
255 1/7/1987 Don Cindi
256 1/8/1987 Don Debbi
257 1/9/1987 Don Kim New challenger Kim Oliver was a contestant on Press Your Luck in October 1983.
Audience Polling Group January 12 to 15, 1987: Married Men; January 16, 1987: Co-Eds from Cal State Fullerton; Featured Car: XXX ($#,###)
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
258 1/12/1987 Kim Alice
259 1/13/1987 Alice Beverley
260 1/14/1987 Gina Ed
261 1/15/1987 Gina Ed
262 1/16/1987 Ed Vickie

Young People's Week V runs from January 19 to 23, 1987.

NOTE: Episode numbering is back on track as of January 19, 1987.

Audience Polling Group January 19 to 23, 1987: Married Women; Featured bonus prize: Trip to Hawaii ($#,###)
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
267 1/19/1987 Josh Samantha
  • Josh defeats Samantha and wins $#,### in the Money Cards, and wins a trip to Hawaii (total: $#,###)
  • New match between Crystal and Ryan begins.
268 1/20/1987 Crystal Ryan
269 1/21/1987 Christie Devin
  • Devin wins the match and plays the Money Cards, where he wins $4,000. Sadly, no trip to Hawaii (total $4,200)
  • New players Matt and Allene start a new match.
  • Lacey's and Suzanna's combined weight is the focus of an Educated Guess question. The models then dare Bob to be weighed!
270 1/22/1987 Matt Allene
  • Match between Matt and Allene starts at the beginning of Round Two.
  • Allene defeats Matt in a tiebreaker round with not-so great cards, and wins $4,650 on the Money Cards, and the trip to Hawaii in the bonus game (total: $8,346)
  • After Bob sends Allene and her family on their way, new challengers Jennifer and Brian start a new match.
  • Three of Jennifer's friends in the audience hold a sign saying "Go Jennifer!"
271 1/23/1987 Jennifer Brian
  • Match between Jennifer and Brian continues.
  • Jennifer's birthday was acknowledged at the beginning of the show.

Total money/prizes given away during Young People's Week ##: $##,###

Adults return on January 26, 1987...

Audience Polling Group January 26 to 30, 1987: 14-Year-Old Girls; Featured Car: XXX ($#,###)
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
272 1/26/1987 Janos Edwina
273 1/27/1987 Janos Colleen
274 1/28/1987 Colleen Marsha
275 1/29/1987 Marsha Bill Car game is won for three straight shows, but it would sadly be the last time the car would be won until March 1987.
276 1/30/1987 Bill Nancy The start of a 25-game losing streak at the car game..

FebruaryEdit

NOTE: The answer in the Educated Guess question is revealed to the home viewer via a flipping animation (similar to the passwords revealed on the screen on Super Password). This would be used sometime in the first two weeks in February 1987.

Also, answers to Educated Guess questions can now involve non-numeric characters other than commas.

Audience Polling Group February 2 to 6, 1987: College Fraternity Men; Featured Car: XXX ($#,###)
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
277 2/2/1987 Bill Robyn
  • Robyn defeats Bill, who leaves with $23,063.
  • Robyn wins just $200 (loses $15,000 on the Big Bet row) on the Money Cards, and fails to win the car (total $400)
  • Robyn meets new challenger, Kathy,  in a new match.
  • First Educated Guess answer to involve a colon, as the answer was in minutes and seconds.
  • Robyn later wins a $500 exact guess bonus.
278 2/3/1987 Robyn Kathy
  • Jon was a contestant on Press Your Luck in November 1985.
279 2/4/1987 Kathy Jon
  • Jon wins a $100 exact guess bonus during the first audience polling question.
  • Jon defeats Kathy, who leaves with $650.
  • Jon plays the Money Cards where he wins $5,600, then plays the car game, but doesn't  win the car (total:$5,900).
  • Jon then faces new challenger Dotty in a new match.
280 2/5/1987 Jon Dotty
281 2/6/1987 Jon Pam
Audience Polling Group February 9 to 13, 1987: Single Women; Featured Car: XXX ($#,###)
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
282 2/9/1987 Pam Jeff
283 2/10/1987 Ginny Len
284 2/11/1987 Ginny Michael
285 2/12/1987 Ginny Fred
286 2/13/1987 Fred Linda

Young People's Week VI runs from February 16 to 20, 1987.

Audience Polling Group February 16 to 20, 1987: ???; Featured Car: XXX ($#,###)
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
287 2/16/1987 Matthew Lisa
288 2/17/1987 LeRonda Christopher New challenger Kellie Martin would later become an actress on the TV series Life Goes On, which ran from 1989 to 1993. She was also the voice of little Daphne Blake in A Pup Named Scooby-Doo.
289 2/18/1987 KELLIE MARTIN Bryan
290 2/19/1987 Stephen Kelly
291 2/20/1987 Rebecca Jeff

Total money/prizes given away during Young People's Week ##: $##,###

The adults return on February 23, 1987.

NOTE: As of February 23, 1987, and for the remainder of the run, Lacey and Suzanna now do model poses, a la Barker's Beauties on The Price is Right, as the announcer describes the car prior to the car game.

Audience Polling Group February 23 to 27, 1987: Fashion Models; Featured Car: XXX ($#,###)
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
292 2/23/1987 Linda Oscar
293 2/24/1987 Laurie Jack
294 2/25/1987 Jack Patty
  • Show starts with Jack playing the Money Cards where he wins $3,200.
  • After the first commercial break, Jack plays for the car and does not win (total $3,400)
  • Jack then meets new challenger Patty.
  • Patty wins a $500 bonus for getting a survey question exactly right.
  • Patty defeats Jack, and plays the Money Cards, where she wins $2,800, but does not win the car (total $3,500).
  • Before time runs out, Patty meets new challenger Jean in a new match.
295 2/26/1987 Patty Jean
296 2/27/1987 Jean Jessica

MarchEdit

NOTE: There were ten people in the audience polling group on March 3 and 4, 1987, but on March 5 through 9, 1987, only nine members were in the audience polling group.

Audience Polling Group March 2 to 6, 1987: Divorced Men; Featured Car: XXX ($#,###)
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
297 3/2/1987 Jean Lisa
  • Jean starts off the show winning $8,000 on the Money Cards, then plays for a new car after the commercial break, but does not win (total $13,700)
  • New challenger Lisa takes the stage.
  • Jean defeats Lisa, and plays the Money Cards again but gets a push on the Big Bet row and wins only $3,200 (total $17,100).
  • Jean will play for a new car at the start of the next show.
298 3/3/1987 Jean Dan
  • Jean starts off the show playing the car game, and fails to win the car.
  • Jean faces new challenger Dan in her final match.
  • Jean wins $800 on the Money Cards, and still no car won; she retires undefeated with $18,100.
  • New match starts with two new players, Jenny and Dave, towards the end of the show.
299 3/4/1987 Jenny Dave
  • Match between Jenny and Dave continues.
  • An educated guess question featured a music clip.
  • Jenny defeats Dave, busts on the Money Cards, and does not win the car (total $200)
  • A contestant named Tom is Jenny's new challenger in a new match.
  • Jenny wins a $100 exact guess bonus in the show's second audience poll question.
300 3/5/1987 Jenny Tom
  • This is the 300th show, though is was not acknowledged on air.
  • Show starts off at the beginning of Round Two.
  • Jenny wins another $100 exact guess bonus in an audience poll question.
  • A 100-people survey question had a result of zero.
  • Jenny wins the match after guessing higher than a ten.
  • Jenny busts on the Money Cards - TWICE OVER! And to make matters worse, she still does not win the car (total $600 in two matches).
  • Hal Johnson is Jenny's new challenger. Hal is known for appearing in the Body Break fitness segments on TV in Canada, plus he was a contestant on Press Your Luck in December 1985 and in March 1986.
301 3/6/1987 Jenny Hal
  • Show starts off with the Tiebreaker game.
  • Jenny defeats Hal, and does a little better in the Money Cards - she wins $1,150.  She brings two Jokers to the car game, and still doesn't win the car. (total $1,950)
  • New match with challenger Dan begins.
  • Jenny defeats Dan and makes her fourth trip to the Money Cards.  She gets better and better - she won $6,700 (total $8,850), and plays for the car at the start of the next episode.
Audience Polling Group March 9, 1987: 9 Divorced Men; March 10 to 13, 1987: Business Executives (4 episodes); Featured Car: XXX ($#,###)
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
302 3/9/1987 Jenny Lynn
  • At the start of the show, Jenny plays for a car, and fails to win.
  • In the same segment, Jenny meets new challenger Lynn in a new match.
  • Lynn defeats Jenny, and plays the Money Cards, and wins $2,050 (total $2,250), but no car.
  • New match starts as Lynn meets new challenger Anthony.
303 3/10/1987 Lynn Anthony
  • Show starts midway through a match between Lynn and Anthony.
  • After the first commercial break, Bob Eubanks eats a Big Mac, the subject of an Educated Guess question.
  • Anthony defeats Lynn and becomes the new champion.
  • Anthony wins $3,000 on the Money Cards and brings two jokers to the car game.
  • After a 25-game losing streak (not including Young People's Week), a car is finally won-for the first time since 1/29/1987 (total: $9,921)
  • New match with challenger Shelly begins.
304 3/11/1987 Anthony Shelly
305 3/12/1987 Anthony Glynis
  • Show starts off with the Sudden Death question in Round Two.
  • Glynis defeats Anthony, wins $2,000 on the Money Cards, and wins the car! (total $8,921)
  • New match starts between Glynis and Sheila.
  • A contestant's guess on an Educated Guess question shows a dollar sign.
  • Glynis wins her second match as time runs out, and will play the Money Cards at the start of the next show.
306 3/13/1987 Glynis Dani
  • Show starts off with Glynis, the two-time champion, playing the Money Cards.
  • Dani defeats Glynis and wins $1,400 on the Money Cards, and no car.
Audience Polling Group March 16 & 19, 1987: Married Women; March 17-18 & 20, 1987: Refuse Collectors; Featured Car: XXX ($#,###)
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
307 3/16/1987 Dani Brett
  • Show starts off with the second question of Round 1 between Dani and Brett.
  • Brett defeats Dani, who leaves with $1,700.
  • Brett wins $4,### on the Money Cards, and wins a car (total $13,009!)
  • New match between Brett and Jessie begins.
  • Match continues in the next episode.
308 3/17/1987 Brett Jessie
309 3/18/1987 Brett Stephanie
310 3/19/1987 Stephanie Jeff
  • Show starts off with Stephanie playing the car game.
311 3/20/1987 Jeff Megan
  • Bob mentions The Newlywed Game during the show's first question.
  • Jeff defeats Megan, and eventually wins $2,350 on the Money Cards, but fails to win the car (total: $13,309)
  • Jeff then takes on new challenger Susan.

NOTE: Bob Hilton fills in for Gene Wood from March 23 until April 3, 1987.

Audience Polling Group March 23 to 27, 1987: Teenage Girls 15 and Over Going Steady; Featured Car: XXX ($#,###)
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
312 3/23/1987 Jeff Susan
  • Match between Jeff vs. Susan continues at the start of the show.
  • Susan becomes the new champion, and Jeff leaves with $13,309.
  • Susan wins $1,125 on the Money Cards, and loses the car (total: $1,325)
  • New match starts with Susan facing new challenger Pierre, one of a handful of contestants from Canada.
313 3/24/1987 Susan Pierre
314 3/25/1987 Pierre Jean
  • Pierre starts off the show bringing two Jokers to the car game, and loses (total: $14,300)
  • Pierre then meets new challenger Jean.
  • Jean defeats Pierre, and on the Money Cards she gets a push with double aces on the Big Bet row, and ends up with $1,550, but doesn't win the car (total: $1,750)
315 3/26/1987 Jean Mitch
  • New episode, new match begins with Jean vs. Mitch.
  • Jean defeats Mitch, and wins $6,050 on the Money Cards (total: $8,000), but fails to win the car.
  • New match starts with new challenger Murray  which continues into Friday's show
316 3/27/1987 Jean Murray
  • Murray becomes the new champion, and Jean leaves with $8,100.
  • Murray wins $2,800 on the Money Cards, takes two jokers to the car game, but does not win the car (total: $3,000)
  • New challenger Pame is whom Murray plays against in a new match.
Audience Polling Group March 30 to April 3, 1987: Engaged Men; Featured Car: XXX ($#,###)
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
317 3/30/1987 Murray Pame
  • Murray defeats Pame in a tiebreaker, and wins $6,000, and a kiss from Suzanna (total: $9,300), but no car.
  • A close-up of Murray's shoes are shown before the commercial break prior to the Money Cards.
  • New match starts with new challenger Mindy before time has expired.
318 3/31/1987 Murray Mindy
  • Show starts off at the second question in Round One.
  • Murray defeats Mindy in a tiebreaker, and plays the Money Cards where he wins $3,000 more and gets a kiss from Lacey, but fails to win the car (total: $12,500)

AprilEdit

Audience Polling Group March 30 to April 3, 1987: Engaged Men; Featured Car: XXX ($#,###)
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
319 4/1/1987 Murray Eve
  • New match between Murray and Eve begins at the start of the show.
  • An April Fool's prank is played by the fiancee of one of the audience poll members.
  • Eve very closely resembles card dealer Lacey Pemberton.
  • Eve defeats Murray in a tiebreaker, Murray leaves with $12,600, and Eve wins $#,### thanks to a push on the Big Bet row with double threes, and fails to win the car (total: $#,###)
320 4/2/1987 Eve Gentry
  • Eve defeats Gentry and remains the champion, wins $8,000 on the Money Cards, and takes three Jokers to the car game after the final commercial break, but fails to win the car.
  • Before Bob signs off in the same segment, a new match between Eve and Lorraine begins, and one question is asked. Match continues on the next episode.
321 4/3/1987 Eve Lorraine
  • Match between Eve and Lorraine continues at the start of the show.
  • Eve defeats Lorraine, and wins $1,300 on the Money Cards (total: $12,550), but no car was won.
  • Eve then takes on new challenger David in a new match,
  • Before this episode was finished, Eve won a $100 exact guess bonus on an audience poll question.
  • Match continues into Monday.

Gene Wood returns to the mic on April 6, 1987.

Audience Polling Group April 6 to 10, 1987: Women Over Age 60; Featured Car: Toyota Tercel ($6,721)
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
322 4/6/1987 Eve David
  • Eve wins only $400 on the Money Cards, but no car.
323 4/7/1987 Eve Cathie
  • Eve wins only $800 on the Money Cards, but retires undefeated in a big way - by winning a car! (total: $20,971).
  • As Bob sends Eve on her way, two new contestants - Penny and Michael - start a brand new match.
324 4/8/1987 Penny Michael
  • Show starts off with the Sudden Death question in Round Two.
  • Michael defeats Penny, and eventually reveals a Joker on the Big Bet row, and eventually wins $6,000 on the Money Cards, but no car (total: $6,200)
  • Michael then faces new challenger, Terri, in a new match.
325 4/9/1987 Michael Terri
  • Michael defeats Terri, and eventually wins $7,400 on the Money Cards, and takes two Jokers to the car game, but fails to win the car (total: $13,800)
  • Michael then faces new challenger Wendy, who eventually defeats Michael and becomes the new champion, and plays the Money Cards before time runs out, and loses $4,000 on the Big Bet row, thus winning just $250 (total: $450).
326 4/10/1987 Wendy
  • Show starts with new champion Wendy playing for a new car.
Audience Polling Group April 13 to 17, 1987: 14-Year-Old Boys from ??; Featured Car: Renault DS Convertible ($##,###)
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
327 4/13/1987 Alina Pete
  • Show starts at the beginning of a new match between champion Alina and new challenger, which continues into Tuesday.
  • First episode of the series with no Money Cards and no car game being played.
328 4/14/1987 Alina Pete
  • Same two contestants from the previous show start off today's show, which starts off at Question #2 in the tiebreaker round.
  • After a lengthy match, Pete defeats Alina, who leaves with $##,###.
  • Pete wins $2,### on the Money Cards, and wins a Renault Convertible in the car game (worth over $10,000! - an exciting win, after having an episode with no Money Cards and no car game!) (total: $15,###)
  • A new match begins as Pete faces new challenger ______.  Match continues into next show.
329 4/15/1987 Pete
330 4/16/1987 Susan
331 4/17/1987 Mike Sally
  • Mike wins $#,### on the Money Cards to start off the show.
  • After the commercial break, Mike plays the car game and wins the car! (total: $##,###)
  • Mike then meets new challenger Sally in a brand new match.
  • An Easter-themed Educated Guess question is asked, since Easter would occur the following Sunday.
  • Sally defeats Mike, who leaves with $##,###.  Sally then wins $#,### on the Money Cards and then wins the car! (total: $##,###)
  • Two cars were given away in this episode.
Audience Polling Group April 20 to 24, 1987: Women Married Less Than One Year; Featured Car: XXX ($#,###)
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
332 4/20/1987 Sally Robert
  • Show starts off with at the beginning of a new match between Sally and Robert.
  • Robert defeats Sally, and ends up winning $8,000 on the Money Cards, but would play for the car at the start of the next show.
  • No car game in this episode.
333 4/21/1987 Robert Cindy
  • Show starts off with Robert playing for the car, and loses.
  • Robert faces new challenger, Cindy, in a new match.
  • Cindy defeats Robert, who leaves with $#,###.
  • Cindy wins $#,### on the Money Cards, and after that, wins a car (total $##,###)
  • The word "CAR" circling around the car game winner appears to be an unusual color scheme.
  • Cindy then faces new challenger, John,  in a new match.
334 4/22/1987 Cindy John
  • Cindy defeats John, who leaves with $###.
  • Cindy wins $##,### on the Money Cards, but fails to win her third car.
  • New match starts with new challenger Linda.
  • An educated guess question used in January 1987 was recycled, and a $500 exact guess bonus was won on both occasions!
335 4/23/1987 Cindy Linda
336 4/24/1987 Cindy Mae
  • Show starts with Cindy playing her fourth Money Cards where she wins $2,400.
  • Cindy tries for her third car again, and loses again (total: $25,850, including two cars)
  • New match with new challenger Mae begins after the first commercial break.
  • Cindy defeats Mae, wins her fifth and final match, and plays the Money Cards one last time, and wins $#,###.  Cindy will have one more chance to win her third car on the next episode.
Audience Polling Group April 27 to May 1, 1987: Bachelors; Featured Car: XXX ($#,###)
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
337 4/27/1987 Amy Gary
  • Show starts off with Cindy playing her final car game for a third car, but loses.
  • Cindy retires with $3#,### in cash and prizes including two cars.
  • After the first commercial break, two new card sharks, Amy and Gary, start a new match.
  • Match continues on the next episode.
  • No Money Cards in this episode.
338 4/28/1987 Amy Gary
  • Show starts off at the second question in a tiebreaker game.
  • Amy defeats Gary, who leaves with $###.
  • Amy plays the Money Cards after the first commercial break, and wins $4,000!
  • Amy then plays the car game and wins the car! (total: $10,273)
  • Amy meets new challenger, John, and starts a new match.
  • An educated guess question about the dance called the Twist is asked, and Bob Eubanks gives a piece of trivia about how Chubby Checker got his name.
  • As time runs out, Amy wins her first game of the match.
339 4/29/1987 Amy John
  • Round Two starts at the beginning of this episode.
340 4/30/1987 Amy Brett
341 5/1/1987 Brett Karen

May to AugustEdit

NOTE: It will be difficult to pinpoint the actual CBS airdates for the summer of 1987 because of intermittent pre-emptions due to the Iran-Contra Hearings. So for June 30, 1987 to August 28, 1987, the dates for the coming months will be based on when they were originally intended to air on CBS.

Audience Polling Group Eps. 342 to 346: ???
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
342 5/4/1987 Brett Kelly
  • An Educated Guess question was used as the first question of the day, which involves the audience polling group of the week!
  • Before time ran out, Kelly was crowned champion, and plays the Money Cards where she wins $##,###, but Kelly will play for the car at the beginning of the next episode.
343 5/5/1987 Kelly Earl
  • Show kicks off with Kelly playing for a new car, and she wins! (total: $10,909)
  • New match begins with Earl as Kelly's new opponent.
  • Kelly plays her second Money Cards and wins $7,200 thanks to a push with two kings  and wins her second car!.
  • A brief buzz and the losing horns inadvertently plays despite the push on the Big Bet row.
  • During the final segment, a new match between Kelly and new challenger Carla starts, and after the match's first play of the cards, time ran out, and match continues on the next show.
344 5/6/1987 Kelly Carla
  • Show starts at the second question of Round One.
345 5/7/1987 Carla Lincoln
  • Show starts with Carla playing for a new car.
  • An educated guess question involves Lacey and Suzanna trying to name as many baseball players in 30 seconds.
  • No Money Cards played this episode, due to the length of the match.
346 5/8/1987 Carla Lincoln
Audience Polling Group Eps. 347 to 351: ???
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
347 5/11/1987 Lincoln Jo
348 5/12/1987 Jo busts on the Money Cards (bets all her money lower than a King and gets an Ace)
349 5/13/1987 Jo Herman On May 4, 2015, it was the last episode aired on GSN before going back to Ep. 210 (October 27, 1986)
350 5/14/1987
351 5/15/1987
Audience Polling Group Eps. 352 to 356: ???
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
352 5/18/1987
353 5/19/1987
354 5/20/1987
355 5/21/1987
356 5/22/1987
Audience Polling Group Eps. 357 to 361: ???
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
357 5/25/1987
358 5/26/1987
359 5/27/1987
360 5/28/1987
361 5/29/1987
Audience Polling Group Eps. 362 to 366: ???
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
362 6/1/1987
363 6/2/1987
364 6/3/1987
365 6/4/1987
366 6/5/1987
Audience Polling Group Eps. 367 to 371: ???
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
367 6/8/1987
368 6/9/1987
369 6/10/1987
370 6/11/1987
371 6/12/1987
Audience Polling Group Eps. 372 to 376: ???
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
372 6/15/1987
373 6/16/1987
374 6/17/1987
375 6/18/1987
376 6/19/1987
Audience Polling Group Eps. 377 to 381: ???
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
377 6/22/1987
378 6/23/1987
379 6/24/1987
380 6/25/1987
381 6/26/1987
Audience Polling Group Eps. 382 to 386: ???
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
382
383
384
385
386
Audience Polling Group Eps. 387 to 391: ???
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
387
388
389
390
391
Audience Polling Group Eps. 392 to 396: ???
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
392
393
394
395
396
Audience Polling Group Eps. 397 to 401: ???
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
397
398
399
400
401
Audience Polling Group Eps. 402 to 407: ???
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
402
403
404
405
406
Audience Polling Group Eps. 407 to 411: ???
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
407
408
409
410
411
Audience Polling Group Eps. 412 to 416: ???
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
412
413
414
415
416
Audience Polling Group Eps. 392 to 396: ???
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
417
418
419

SeptemberEdit

It is safe to assume that the Iran-Contra Hearings are finished by this point in the run, so the original airdates will be listed from this point forward for the remainder of the series.

Audience Polling Group August 30 to September 4, 1987: ???
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
420 9/1/1987
421 9/2/1987
422 9/3/1987
423 9/4/1987
Audience Polling Group September 7 to 11, 1987: ???
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
424 9/7/1987
425 9/8/1987
426 9/9/1987
427 9/10/1987
428 9/11/1987
Audience Polling Group September 14 to 18, 1987: ???
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
429 9/14/1987
430 9/15/1987
431 9/16/1987
432 9/17/1987
433 9/18/1987
Audience Polling Group September 21 to 25, 1987: ???
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
434 9/21/1987
435 9/22/1987
436 9/23/1987
437 9/24/1987
438 9/25/1987
Audience Polling Group September 28 to October 2, 1987: ???
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
439 9/28/1987
440 9/29/1987
441 9/30/1987

OctoberEdit

Audience Polling Group September 28 to October 2, 1987: ???
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
442 10/1/1987
443 10/2/1987
Audience Polling Group October 5 to 9, 1987: ???
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
444 10/5/1987
445 10/6/1987
446 10/7/1987
447 10/8/1987
448 10/9/1987
Audience Polling Group October 12 to 16, 1987: ???
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
449 10/12/1987
450 10/13/1987
451 10/14/1987
452 10/15/1987
453 10/16/1987
Audience Polling Group October 19 to 23, 1987: ???
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
454 10/19/1987
455 10/20/1987
456 10/21/1987
457 10/22/1987
458 10/23/1987
Audience Polling Group October 5 to 9, 1987: ???
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
459 10/26/1987
460 10/27/1987
461 10/28/1987
462 10/29/1987
463 10/30/1987

NovemberEdit

NOTE: It is rumored that Eps. 464 and 465 (November 2 and 3, 1987) were both skipped by GSN.

Audience Polling Group November 2 to 6, 1987: ???
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
464 11/2/1987
465 11/3/1987
466 11/4/1987
467 11/5/1987
468 11/6/1987
Audience Polling Group November 9 to 13, 1987: ???
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
469 11/9/1987
470 11/10/1987
471 11/11/1987
472 11/12/1987
473 11/13/1987
Audience Polling Group November 16 to 20, 1987: ???
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
474 11/16/1987
475 11/17/1987
476 11/18/1987
477 11/19/1987
478 11/20/1987

NOTE: Card Sharks was pre-empted on November 26 and 27, 1987 for Thanksgiving weekend.

Audience Polling Group November 23 to 25, 1987: ???
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
479 11/23/1987
480 11/24/1987
481 11/25/1987
Audience Polling Group November 30 to December 4, 1987: ???
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
482 11/30/1987

DecemberEdit

Audience Polling Group November 30 to December 4, 1987: ???
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
483 12/1/1987
484 12/2/1987
485 12/3/1987
486 12/4/1987
Audience Polling Group December 7 to 11, 1987: ???
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
487 12/7/1987
488 12/8/1987
489 12/9/1987
490 12/10/1987
491 12/11/1987
Audience Polling Group December 14 to 18, 1987: ???
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
492 12/14/1987
493 12/15/1987
494 12/16/1987
495 12/17/1987
496 12/18/1987

NOTE: The next two weeks of episodes will be Young Peoples' Weeks.  But there is one modification to the bonus prize.  Kids can win a holiday gift package, which not only has a trip to Hawaii, but also a sailboat, a bumper pool table, an electronic keyboard, a computer, his and hers bicycles, and a VCR,

The "WIN!" cards are modified to show holiday decorations on it.

Audience Polling Group December 21 to 25, 1987: ???
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
497 12/21/1987
498 12/22/1987
499 12/23/1987
500 12/24/1987
501 12/25/1987 Merry Christmas!

As Young Peoples' Week continues, Bob Goen does a series of cameos for the week of December 28 to 31, 1987 to plug his game show bomb Blackout which would premiere the following Monday, January 4, 1988.

Audience Polling Group December 28 to 31, 1987: ???
Ep. # CBS Airdate Red Player
(Champ)
Blue Player
(Challenger)
Notes
502 12/28/1987
503 12/29/1987
504 12/30/1987
505 12/31/1987 Last show of 1987.

Go Back to: January to December 1987

Advance to: July to December 1988

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