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Recorded at NBC Studio 3 in Burbank, California from August 1984 to February 1989.

Fall 1984Edit

Week/Taped Episodes Aired Celebrity Guests
#001[1] #0001-#0005 September 24-28, 1984 Gloria Loring & Pat Sajak
#002[2] #0006-#0010 October 01-05, 1984 Abby Dalton & Charles Nelson Reilly
#003 #0011-#0015 October 08-12, 1984 Vicki Lawrence & Tom Poston
#004[3] #0016-#0020 October 15-19, 1984 Edie McClurg & Nathan Cook
#005 #0021-#0025 October 22-26, 1984 Marcia Wallace & Bill Cullen
#006[4] #0026-#0030 October 29-November 02, 1984 Judy Norton Taylor & Richard Moll
#007[5] #0031-#0035 November 05-09, 1984 Betty White & Jon Bauman
#008 #0036-#0040 November 12-16, 1984 Shelley Smith & Richard Kline
#009 #0041-#0045 November 19-23, 1984 Jo Anne Worley & Charles Siebert
#010 #0046-#0050 November 26-30, 1984 Mary Cadorette & Orson Bean
#011 #0051-#0055 December 03-07, 1984 Marcia Wallace & John Astin
#012 #0056-#0060 December 10-14, 1984 Vicki Lawrence & Dick Gautier
#013 #0061-#0065 December 17-21, 1984 Constance McCashin & Richard Kline

Winter 1984-1985Edit

Week/Taped Episodes Aired Celebrity Guests
#014[6] #0066-#0070 December 24-28, 1984 Shelley Smith & Jamie Farr
#015[7] #0071-#0074 December 31, 1984; January 02-04, 1985 Lauri Hendler & Jamie Farr
#016 #0075-#0079 January 07-11, 1985 Jo Anne Worley & Robert Mandan
#017 #0080-#0084 January 14-18, 1985 Elaine Joyce & Tom Poston
#018[8] #0085-#0088 January 22-25, 1985 Mary Cadorette & Orson Bean
#019 #0089-#0093 January 28-February 01, 1985 Nancy Lane & Richard Moll
#020[9] #0094-#0098 February 04-08, 1985 Marcia Wallace & Bill Cullen
#021[10] #0099-#0103 February 11-15, 1985 Shelley Smith & Dick Gautier
#022 #0104-#0108 February 18-22, 1985 Patricia Klous & Fred Grandy
#023 #0109-#0113 February 25-March 01, 1985 Edie McClurg & Charles Siebert
#024 #0114-#0118 March 04-08, 1985 Markie Post & Marty Cohen
#025 #0119-#0123 March 11-15, 1985 Martha Smith & Nathan Cook
#026 #0124-#0128 March 18-22, 1985 Vicki Lawrence & Greg Morris

Spring 1985Edit

Week/Taped Episodes Aired Celebrity Guests
#027[11] #0129-#0133 March 25-29, 1985 Constance McCashin & Jamie Farr
#028 #0134-#0138 April 01-05, 1985 Lydia Cornell & Fred Grandy
#029[12] #0139-#0143 April 08-12, 1985 Lindsay Bloom & James Widdoes
#030 #0144-#0148 April 15-19, 1985 Gloria Loring & Richard Moll
#031 #0149-#0153 April 22-26, 1985 Lauri Hendler & Pat Sajak
#032 #0154-#0158 April 29-May 03, 1985 Patricia Klous & Orson Bean
#033 #0159-#0163 May 06-10, 1985 Susan Scannell & Richard Kline
#034 #0164-#0168 May 13-17, 1985 Elaine Joyce & Nathan Cook
#035 #0169-#0173 May 20-24, 1985 Patty Duke & Fred Grandy
#036 #0174-#0178 May 27-31, 1985 Mary Cadorette & Dick Gautier
#037 #0179-#0183 June 03-07, 1985 Betty White & Vicki Lawrence
#038 #0184-#0188 June 10-14, 1985 Shelley Smith & Jamie Farr
#039 #0189-#0193 June 17-21, 1985 Marcia Wallace & James Widdoes

Summer 1985Edit

Week/Taped Episodes Aired Celebrity Guests
#040 #0194-#0198 June 24-28, 1985 Lauri Hendler & Marty Cohen
#041 #0199-#0203 July 01-05, 1985 Markie Post & Richard Moll
#042 #0204-#0208 July 08-12, 1985 Patty Duke & Joel Brooks
#043 #0209-#0213 July 15-19, 1985 Jo Anne Worley & Jack Jones
#044 #0214-#0218 July 22-26, 1985 Leann Hunley & Tom Poston
#045 #0219-#0223 July 29-August 02, 1985 Constance McCashin & Nathan Cook
#046 #0224-#0228 August 05-09, 1985 Lydia Cornell & Patrick Wayne
#047 #0229-#0233 August 12-16, 1985 Lauri Hendler & Robert Walden
#048 #0234-#0238 August 19-23, 1985 Shelley Smith & Richard Kline
#049 #0239-#0243 August 26-30, 1985 Gloria Loring & Dick Gautier
#050 #0244-#0248 September 02-06, 1985 Marcia Wallace & James Widdoes
#051 #0249-#0253 September 09-13, 1985 Vicki Lawrence & Pat Sajak
#052 #0254-#0258 September 16-20, 1985 Bill Cullen & Tom Poston

Fall 1985Edit

Week/Taped Episodes Aired Celebrity Guests
#053 #0259-#0263 September 23-27, 1985 Jo Anne Worley & Orson Bean
#054 #0264-#0268 September 30-October 04, 1985 Elaine Joyce & Richard Moll
#055 #0269-#0273 October 07-11, 1985 Jenilee Harrison & Dick Gautier
#056 #0274-#0278 October 14-18, 1985 Leann Hunley & Marty Cohen
#057 #0279-#0283 October 21-25, 1985 Patricia Klous & Charles Siebert
#058 #0284-#0288 October 28-November 01, 1985 Lauri Hendler & Fred Grandy
#059 #0289-#0293 November 04-08, 1985 Constance McCashin & Richard Kline
#060 #0294-#0298 November 11-15, 1985 Gary Burghoff & Jamie Farr
#061 #0299-#0303 November 18-22, 1985 Pat Sajak & Nipsey Russell
#062[13] #0304-#0307 November 25-27; 29, 1985 Vicki Lawrence & Dick Martin
#063 #0308-#0312 December 02-06, 1985 Dorothy Lyman & Tom Poston
#064 #0313-#0317 December 09-13, 1985 Gloria Loring & David Doyle
#065 #0318-#0322 December 16-20, 1985 Martha Smith & Leonard Frey

Winter 1985-1986Edit

Week/Taped Episodes Aired Celebrity Guests
#066 #0323-#0327 December 23-27, 1985 Gary Burghoff & Jamie Farr
#067[14] #0328-#0331 December 30-31, 1985; January 02-03, 1986 Marcia Wallace & Henry Polic II
#068 #0332-#0336 January 06-10, 1986 Lauri Hendler & Orson Bean
#069 #0337-#0341 January 13-17, 1986 Betty White & Richard Simmons
#070 #0342-#0346 January 20-24, 1986 Jenilee Harrison & Marty Cohen
#071[15] #0347-#0351 January 27; 29-31; February 03, 1986 Kim Miyori & Bill Cullen
#072[16] #0352-#0356 February 04-07; 10, 1986 Jackee Harry & Tom Poston
#073[17] #0357-#0361 February 11-14; 17, 1986 Patricia Klous & Dick Martin
#074[18] #0362-#0366 February 18-21; 24, 1986 Florence Halop & Richard Moll
#075[19] #0367-#0370 February 25-28, 1986 Patty Duke & Nathan Cook
#076 #0371-#0375 March 03-07, 1986 Lauri Hendler & Pat Sajak
#077 #0376-#0380 March 10-14, 1986 Martha Smith & Jamie Farr
#078 #0381-#0385 March 17-21, 1986 Leann Hunley & William Windom

Spring 1986Edit

Week/Taped Episodes Aired Celebrity Guests
#079 #0386-#0390 March 24-28, 1986 Jo Anne Worley & Michael Lembeck
#080[20] #0391-#0395 March 31-April 04, 1986 Janis Paige & Richard Kline
#081 #0396-#0400 April 07-11, 1986 Vicki Lawrence & Charles Siebert
#082 #0401-#0405 April 14-18, 1986 Constance McCashin & Tom Villard
#083 #0406-#0410 April 21-25, 1986 Betty White & Charles Shaughnessy
#084 #0411-#0415 April 28-May 02, 1986 Lindsay Bloom & Barry Jenner
#085 #0416-#0420 May 05-09, 1986 Emma Samms & Leonard Frey
#086 #0421-#0425 May 12-16, 1986 Edie McClurg & John Astin
#087 #0426-#0430 May 19-23, 1986 Elaine Joyce & Stephen Furst
#088 #0431-#0435 May 26-30, 1986 Markie Post & Orson Bean
#089 #0436-#0440 June 02-06, 1986 Shelley Smith & Pat Sajak
#090 #0441-#0445 June 09-13, 1986 Susan Anton & Marty Cohen
#091 #0446-#0450 June 16-20, 1986 Marla Gibbs & Tom Poston

Summer 1986Edit

Week/Taped Episodes Aired Celebrity Guests
#092 #0451-#0455 June 23-27, 1986 Anita Gillette & Robert Reed
#093[21] #0456-#0459 June 30-July 03, 1986 Jenilee Harrison & Michael Young
#094 #0460-#0464 July 07-11, 1986 Patricia Klous & David Graf
#095 #0465-#0469 July 14-18, 1986 Audrey Landers & Fred Travalena
#096 #0470-#0474 July 21-25, 1986 Betty White & Howard Morton
#097 #0475-#0479 July 28-August 01, 1986 Abby Dalton & Barry Jenner
#098 #0480-#0484 August 04-08, 1986 Lauri Hendler & Richard Kline
#099 #0485-#0489 August 11-15, 1986 Jackee Harry & Charles Siebert
#100 #0490-#0494 August 18-22, 1986 Lindsay Bloom & Jamie Farr
#101[22] #0495-#0499 August 25-29, 1986 Edie McClurg & Pat Harrington
#102[23] #0500-#0504 September 01-05, 1986 Constance McCashin & Dick Gautier
#103 #0505-#0509 September 08-12, 1986 Debbie Maffett & Richard Moll
#104 #0510-#0514 September 15-19, 1986 Marcia Wallace & Christopher Hewett

Fall 1986Edit

Week/Taped Episodes Aired Celebrity Guests
#105 #0515-#0519 September 22-26, 1986 Jenilee Harrison & Bruce Baum
#106 #0520-#0524 September 29-October 03, 1986 Jo Anne Worley & Pat Sajak
#107 #0525-#0529 October 06-10, 1986 Dionne Warwick & Marty Cohen
#108[24] #0530-#0534 December 16-19; 22, 1986 Sally Struthers, Brenda Vaccaro,
Art Metrano, Dick Sargent
#109 #0535-#0539 October 13-17, 1986 Vicki Lawrence & Dick Christie
#110[25] #0540-#0544 October 20-24, 1986 Abby Dalton & Richard Kline
#111[26] #0545-#0549 November 03-07, 1986 Ed Begley Jr., Harvey Korman,
Dennis Weaver, McLean Stevenson
#112[27] #0550-#0554 November 10-14, 1986 Bob & Ginnie Newhart Vs.
Dick & Dolly Martin
#113[28] #0555-#0559 November 17-21, 1986 Peggy McCay & John Aniston Vs.
Linda Dano & Kale Brown
#114 #0560-#0564 October 27-31, 1986 Lindsay Bloom & Tom Poston
#115[29] #0565-#0569 November 24; 26-28; December 01, 1986 Teresa Ganzel & Jamie Farr
#116[30] #0570-#0574 February 02-06, 1987 Harry Anderson & John Ratzenberger Vs.
Emma Samms & Jack Coleman
#117 (12/02/1986)[31] #0575-#0579 January 12-16, 1987 Lucille Ball & Ann Dusenberry Vs.
Betty White & Estelle Getty

Winter 1986-1987Edit

Week/Taped Episodes Aired Celebrity Guests
#118[32] #0580-#0584 December 03-05; 08-09, 1986 Patty Duke & Edward Winter
#119[33] #0585-#0588 December 10-12; 15, 1986 Leann Hunley & Richard Simmons
#120[34] #0589-#0592 December 23-26, 1986 Mary Ann Mobley & Gary Collins
#121[35] #0593-#0596 December 29-31, 1986; January 02, 1987 Ilene Graff & Christopher Hewett
#122 #0597-#0601 January 05-09, 1987 Nichelle Nichols & Tom Kennedy
#123[36] #0602-#0606 January 19-23, 1987 Kim Morgan Greene & Richard Moll
#124 #0607-#0611 January 26-30, 1987 Nancy Stafford & Leonard Frey
#125[37] #0612-#0616 February 09-13, 1987 Shelley Smith & Stephen Furst
#126 #0617-#0621 February 16-20, 1987 Lydia Cornell & Joel Brooks
#127[38] #0622-#0626 February 23-27, 1987 Dionne Warwick & Jonathan Prince
#128 #0627-#0631 March 02-06, 1987 Marsha Warfield & Tom Poston
#129[39] #0632-#0636 March 09-13, 1987 Jenilee Harrison & Ken Kercheval
#130 #0637-#0641 March 16-20, 1987 Jill Whelan & Bill Rafferty

Spring 1987Edit

Week/Taped Episodes Aired Celebrity Guests
#131 #0642-#0646 March 23-27, 1987 Phyllis Diller & William Christopher
#132 #0647-#0651 March 30-April 03, 1987 Catherine Hickland & Jamie Farr
#133 #0652-#0656 April 06-10, 1987 Betty White & G. Gordon Liddy
#134 #0657-#0661 April 13-17, 1987 Vanessa Williams & Dick Cavett
#135 #0662-#0666 April 20-24, 1987 Abby Dalton & Clifton Davis
#136 #0667-#0671 April 27-May 01, 1987 Sally Struthers & Pat Sajak
#137[40] #0672-#0676 May 04-07; 11, 1987 Constance McCashin & Edwin Newman
#138[41] #0677-#0681 May 12-15; 18, 1987 Delta Burke & Stephen Furst
#139[42] #0682-#0686 May 19-21; 25-26, 1987 Lindsay Bloom & Jack Carter
#140[43] #0687-#0691 May 27-29; June 01-02, 1987 Susan Ruttan & Edward Winter
#141[44] #0692-#0696 June 03-05; 08-09, 1987 Lauri Hendler & Christopher Hewett
#142[45] #0697-#0701 June 10-12; 15-16, 1987 Edie McClurg & James Hampton
#143[46] #0702-#0705 June 17-19; 22, 1987 Vicki Lawrence & Joseph Campanella

Summer 1987Edit

Week/Taped Episodes Aired Celebrity Guests
#144[47] #0706-#0709 June 23-26, 1987 Leann Hunley & Kevin Peter Hall
#145[48] #0710-#0714 June 29-July 02; 06, 1987 Deborah Tranelli & Roger E. Mosley
#146[49] #0715-#0719 July 07-10; 14, 1987 Marcia Wallace & Tony Papenfuss
#147[50] #0720-#0724 July 15; 17; 20-22, 1987 Emma Samms & Jonathan Prince
#148[51] #0725-#0729 July 23-24; 27; 29; August 07, 1987 Marsha Warfield & Marty Cohen
#149[52] #0730-#0734 July 30; August 03-06, 1987 Phyllis Diller, Joel Brooks,
Jill Whelan, Pat Sajak
#150 #0735-#0739 August 10-14, 1987 Martha Smith & Richard Simmons
#151[53] #0740-#0744 August 17-21, 1987 Audrey Landers, Tom Poston,
Christopher Hewett, David Leisure
#152 #0745-#0749 August 24-28, 1987 Jenny O'Hara & Pat Harrington
#153[54] #0750-#0754 August 31-September 04, 1987 Abby Dalton, William Christopher,
Dean Butler, Ken Kercheval
#154[55] #0755-#0759 September 07-11, 1987 Jamie Farr & Stuart Pankin
#155[56] #0760-#0764 September 14-18, 1987 Constance McCashin, Nichelle Nichols,
Clifton Davis, Richard Kline
#156 #0765-#0769 September 21-25, 1987 Vanessa Williams & Stephen Furst

Fall 1987Edit

Week/Taped Episodes Aired Celebrity Guests
#157 #0769-#0773 September 28-October 02, 1987 Marsha Warfield & Tom Poston
#158 #0774-#0778 October 05-09, 1987 Lindsay Bloom & Paul Eiding
#159 #0779-#0783 October 12-16, 1987 Jenny O'Hara & Tom Villard
#160[57] #0784-#0788 October 19-23, 1987 Susan Richardson, Lani O'Grady,
Grant Goodeve, Adam Rich
#161 #0789-#0793 October 26-30, 1987 Betty White & Dick Martin
#162 #0794-#0798 November 02-06, 1987 Nancy Stafford & Joe Alaskey
#163 #0799-#0803 November 09-13, 1987 Lydia Cornell & James Hampton
#164[58] #0804-#0808 November 16-20; 23, 1987 Markie Post & Marsha Warfield Vs.
Leann Hunley & Jack Coleman
#165[59] #0809-#0813 November 24-25; 27; 30, 1987 Daphne Maxwell Reid & Brad Garrett
#166[60] #0814-#0818 December 01-04; 07, 1987 Roz Ryan & Richard Simmons
#167[61] #0819-#0823 December 08-11; 14, 1987 Edie McClurg & Jamie Farr
#168[62] #0824-#0827 December 15-18, 1987 Sally Struthers & David Doyle
#169[63] #0828-#0832 December 21-25, 1987 Billy Gray, Lauren Chapin,
Jane Wyatt, Elinor Donahue

Winter 1987-1988Edit

Week/Taped Episodes Aired Celebrity Guests
#170[64] #0833-#0836 December 28-31, 1987 James Doohan & Michael Dorn
#171[65] #0837-#0841 January 04-08, 1988 Phyllis Diller & Marty Cohen
#172[66] #0842-#0846 January 11-15, 1988 Audrey Landers & Bruce Baum
#173 #0847-#0851 January 18-22, 1988 Patty Duke & Rip Taylor
#174[67] #0852-#0856 January 25-29, 1988 Vicki Lawrence & Stuart Pankin
#175 #0857-#0861 February 01-05, 1988 Dawnn Lewis & Ken Kercheval
#176[68] #0862-#0866 March 07-11, 1988 Hal Linden, Ron Carey,
Gregory Sierra, Max Gail
#177 #0867-#0871 February 15-19, 1988 Daphne Maxwell Reid & Clifton Davis
#178 #0872-#0876 February 29-March 04, 1988 Betty White & Dick Cavett
#179[69] #0877-#0881 February 08-12, 1988 Dwayne Hickman, Connie Stevens,
Scott Grimes, Tricia Leigh Fisher
#180[70] #0882-#0886 February 22-26, 1988 Vicki Lawrence, Lyle Waggoner,
Harvey Korman, McLean Stevenson
#181 #0887-#0891 March 14-18, 1988 Jenny O'Hara & Christopher Hewett
#182 #0892-#0896 March 21-25, 1988 Marsha Warfield & Joe Alaskey

Spring 1988Edit

Week/Taped Episodes Aired Celebrity Guests
#183 #0897-#0901 March 28-April 01, 1988 Roz Ryan & Tom Poston
#184 #0902-#0906 April 04-08, 1988 Jennifer Savidge & Joel Brooks
#185 #0907-#0911 April 11-15, 1988 Edie McClurg & Pat Sajak
#186 #0912-#0916 April 18-22, 1988 Constance McCashin & Stephen Furst
#187 #0917-#0921 April 25-29, 1988 Susan Ruttan & Scoey Mitchell
#188 #0922-#0926 May 02-06, 1988 Daphne Maxwell Reid & Rip Taylor
#189[71] #0927-#0931 June 27-July 01, 1988 Shalane McCall, Rob Stone,
Allison Smith, Jory Husain
#190 #0932-#0936 May 16-20, 1988 Ilene Graff & Clarence Felder
#191 #0937-#0941 May 23-27, 1988 Molly Cheek & Roger E. Mosley
#192[72] #0942-#0946 May 30-June 03, 1988 Nancy Stafford & Nathan Cook
#193[73] #0947-#0951 May 09-13, 1988 Bob & Ginnie Newhart Vs.
Dick & Dolly Martin
#194 #0952-#0956 June 06-10, 1988 Emma Samms & Jamie Farr
#195 #0957-#0961 June 13-17, 1988 Phyllis Diller & Leonard Maltin

Summer 1988Edit

Week/Taped Episodes Aired Celebrity Guests
#196 #0962-#0966 June 20-24, 1988 Carol Channing & Betty White
#197[74] #0967-#0970 July 04-08, 1988 Marsha Warfield & Pat McCormick
#198 #0971-#0975 July 11-15, 1988 Dionne Warwick & David Doyle
#199[75] #0976-#0980 July 18-22, 1988 Rebeca Arthur & Theodore Bikel
#200 #0981-#0985 July 25-29, 1988 Roz Ryan & Richard Simmons
#201 #0986-#0990 August 01-05, 1988 Pat Carroll & Stuart Pankin
#202 #0991-#0995 August 08-12, 1988 Edie McClurg & Clifton Davis
#203[76] #0996-#1000 August 15-19, 1988 Vicki Lawrence Schultz & Pat Sajak
#204[77] #1001-#1004 August 22-26, 1988 Anne Meara & Paul Kreppel
#205 #1005-#1009 August 29-September 02, 1988 Ilene Graff & Ken Kercheval
#206 #1010-#1014 September 05-09, 1988 Tonya Crowe & Mary Tanner
#207[78] #1015-#1019 September 12-16, 1988 Daphne Maxwell Reid & Joe Alaskey
#208 #1020-#1024 September 19-23, 1988 Emma Samms & Ron Masak

Fall 1988Edit

Week/Taped Episodes Aired Celebrity Guests
#209 #1025-#1029 September 26-30, 1988 Dee Wallace Stone & Tom Poston
#210 #1030-#1034 October 03-07, 1988 Marcia Wallace & G. Gordon Liddy
#211[79] #1035-#1039 October 17-21, 1988 Lainie Kazan, Dorian Harewood,
Chad Everett, Jack Jones
#212[80] #1040-#1044 November 07-11, 1988 Lucille Ball, Carol Channing,
Betty White, Dick Martin
#213 #1045-#1049 October 10-14, 1988 Roz Ryan & Marc Summers
#214[81] #1050-#1054 October 24-28, 1988 Rebeca Arthur & Pat Sajak
#215[82] #1055-#1059 October 31-November 04, 1988 Edie McClurg & Christopher Hewett
#216[83] #1060-#1064 November 21-25, 1988 Greg Barton, Tracie Ruiz Conforto,
Dwight Stones, Louise Ritter
#217 #1065-#1069 November 14-18, 1988 Dionne Warwick & Jamie Farr
#218 #1070-#1074 November 28-December 02, 1988 Marsha Warfield & Jerry Orbach
#219 #1075-#1079 December 05-09, 1988 Alix Elias & Roger E. Mosley
#220 #1080-#1084 December 12-16, 1988 Leann Hunley & Pat Sajak
#221[84] #1085-#1089 December 19-20; 22-23; 26, 1988 Ilene Graff & Pat Harrington

Winter 1988-1989Edit

Week/Taped Episodes Aired Celebrity Guests
#222[85] #1090-#1094 December 27-30, 1988; January 03, 1989 Rebeca Arthur & Stuart Pankin
#223[86] #1095-#1098 January 04-06; 09, 1989 Roz Ryan & Bill Kirchenbauer
#224[87] #1099-#1103 January 10-13; 16, 1989 Phyllis Diller & Ron Masak
#225[88] #1104-#1108 January 17-19; 23-24, 1989 Emma Samms & Ken Kercheval
#226 #1109-#1113 January 25-27; 30-31, 1989 Liz Sheridan & Clifton Davis
#227 #1114-#1118 February 01-03; 06-07, 1989 Rebeca Arthur & Tom Poston
#228[89] #1119-#1124 February 08-10; 13-15, 1989 Pat Carroll & Andrew Stevens
#229 #1125-#1129 February 16-17; 20-22, 1989 Betty White & McLean Stevenson
#230[90] #1130-#1135 February 23-24; 27-March 02, 1989 Edie McClurg & Pat Harrington
#231[91] #1136-#1141 March 03; 06-10, 1989 Marsha Warfield & Jamie Farr
#232 #1142-#1146 March 13-17, 1989 Nancy Stafford & Stephen Furst
#233[92] #1147-#1151 March 20-24, 1989 Betty White & Christopher Hewett

NotesEdit

  1. The show began its run at Noon EST, replacing reruns of the Sitcom Diff'rent Strokes, and sandwiched between the Game Show Scrabble and the Daytime Soap Search for Tomorrow. Halfway through this week, the mid-show logo is now on top of the screen, as opposed to the middle, the font for the Ca$hword reward has been changed from white to flashing yellow, and by the end of this week, the reward is now handed to the contestant in cash. Final tallies for the week: Gloria - 2 games, $3,900 (including $1,000 at Ca$hword on Wednesday); Pat - 3 games, $19,200 (including $2,000 at Ca$hword and $10,000 at Super Password on Tuesday, and $2,000 and $1,000 at Ca$hword on Friday).
  2. The red and blue chairs in the front game switch places, the slide on the puzzle board that holds the solution now has the Super Password logo, the reward for the Ca$hword is now a check, the mid-show logo now flies up as two transparent copies on the top and bottom combining each other, the Super Password timer has been enlarged, the words for Super Password are now yellow instead of white, and the letter displays for Super Password now instantaneously turn into a dollar sign for correct guesses, instead of flipping horizontally. Also, the flashing letter in Super Password turns solid black after an illegal clue is given. Final tallies for the week: Abby - 2 games, $8,100 (including $3,000 at Ca$hword on Wednesday and $2,000 at Ca$hword on Friday); Charles - 3 games, $27,700 (including $25,000 at Super Password on Tuesday).
  3. The red and blue chairs in the front game are back to where they were.
  4. The red and blue chairs in the front game switch places. The front game's desktop color changes from all red to white and red. A Halloween episode with Bert and the guests and contestants wearing Cat masks happens on Wednesday.
  5. From this point forward, the letter D in screen text now has serifs.
  6. Rich Jeffries fills in. Set decorated for Christmas all week long.
  7. Four shows were taped due to the 96th Annual Tournament of Roses Parade that aired on January 01, 1985.
  8. Four shows were taped due to NBC covering the second inauguration of President Ronald Reagan that aired on January 21, 1985. Copyright now says "©MCMLXXXV The Super Password Company".
  9. Tournament of Champions (NBC was also doing this for Sale of the Century and Scrabble). Eight previous big winners, Marjorie Ozaro, Lisa Brown, Carla Cararini, Danna Celemns, Jill Roberts, Karen Schnur, Julie Segovia, and Natalie Steele (all women) were given the opportunity to add $50,000 to their previous total winnings. The Ca$hword was not played. Super Password was worth $2,500. Each Quarterfinal had two players play a game; the Semi-Finals lasted from February 7-12, and had two Quarterfinal winners each playing two games. For here, Super Password was worth $5,000.
  10. Tournament of Champions continues to February 13 with the Finals beginning on the 12th. The winner was Natalie Steele, who left with a final grand total of $106,000, making her the biggest all-time winner on this show counting the Tournament; her total was displayed in the same font that would be displayed for cash winnings much later on in the run. Regular play resumed on February 14.
  11. This week was taped at Studio 1.
  12. Final tallies for the week: Lindsay - 2 games, $3,300; James - 3 games, $29,200 (including $20,000 at Super Password on Wednesday and $5,000 at Ca$hword on Thursday).
  13. Four shows were taped due to Thanksgiving Day's Football game: New York Jets Vs. Detroit Lions. This game aired on November 28, 1985.
  14. Four shows were taped due to the 97th Annual Tournament of Roses Parade that aired on January 01, 1986.
  15. Originally scheduled for January 27-31, 1986. Preempted unexpectedly by coverage on the explosion of Space Shuttle Challenger nationwide on January 28, 1986.
  16. Originally scheduled for February 03-07, 1986.
  17. Originally scheduled for February 10-14, 1986. Tournament of Losers.
  18. Originally scheduled for February 17-21, 1986.
  19. Because of coverage on the explosion of Space Shuttle Challenger, four shows were taped in order to get back on track.
  20. Huge $55,000 win for Marjorie on the Tuesday episode.
  21. Four shows were taped due to the Wimbledon Tennis Tournament that aired on July 04, 1986.
  22. The Magic Toaster gets destroyed, because Bert carelessly threw it out, not realizing it wasn't durable. A replacement was brought out.
  23. The second Tournament of Losers.
  24. Originally scheduled for December 15-19, 1986. First All-Star Special, and the only one with the words "All-Star Super Password" painted on the entrance doors. For these weeks, the Ca$hword and Super Password were alway worth $1,000 and $5,000 respectively.
  25. Major changes this week. Gene Wood now whispers the passwords, the players are now already seated at the start of the show, and Super Password is now given the split screen treatment.
  26. All-Star Special. "All-Star Super Password" now a separate sign displayed in front of the entrance doors.
  27. All-Star Newharts Vs. Martins Special.
  28. All-Star Days of Our Lives Vs. Another World Special.
  29. Originally scheduled for November 24-28, 1986. Preempted unexpectedly on November 25, 1986 by coverage on President Ronald Reagan's Iran Arms scandal.
  30. All-Star NBC Vs. ABC Special. Harry and John were on NBC's Night Court and Cheers respectively; Emma and Jack were on ABC's The Colbys and Dynasty respectively.
  31. All-Star Life with Lucy (ABC) Vs. The Golden Girls (NBC) Special. This week was taped the same day Desi Arnaz died.
  32. Originally scheduled for December 01-05, 1986. Preempted unexpectedly on December 02, 1986 by continuing coverage of President Ronald Reagan's Iran Arms scandal.
  33. Rich Jeffries fills in for Gene Wood. Because of coverage of President Ronald Reagan's Iran Arms scandal, four shows were taped in order to get back on track.
  34. Set decorated for Christmas. Gene Wood returns. Because of coverage of President Ronald Reagan's Iran Arms scandal, four shows were taped in order to get back on track.
  35. Mr. Belvedere cast. Set remains decorated for Christmas for two more shows. Four shows were taped due to the 98th Annual Tournament of Roses Parade that aired on January 01, 1987. Also, a new Game Show called Wordplay replaces Search for Tomorrow as Super Password's follow-up program at 12:30 p.m. EST.
  36. Copyright now says "©MCMLXXXVII The Super Password Company".
  37. NBC's month-long "Car-Azy February Sweepstakes" begins this week. All the other NBC Game Shows (Sale of the Century, Blockbusters, Wheel of Fortune, Scrabble, and Wordplay) were doing this Sweepstakes, too.
  38. Celebrity Guests are now each introduced by a close-up shot during Gene Wood's introductions.
  39. Dallas cast. This week was taped at Studio 1.
  40. Originally scheduled for May 04-08, 1987. May 07 begins the continuing coverage of Iran-Contra hearings that will continue until the end of the first week of August 1987.
  41. Originally scheduled for May 11-15, 1987.
  42. Originally scheduled for May 18-22, 1987. Another Iran-Contra preemption happened on May 22.
  43. Originally scheduled for May 25-29, 1987.
  44. Originally scheduled for June 01-05, 1987.
  45. Originally scheduled for June 08-12, 1987.
  46. The show attempts to get back on track due to Iran-Contra by taping four shows for this week.
  47. Another four shows were taped in order to get back on track due to Iran-Contra.
  48. Originally scheduled for June 29-July 03, 1987. The show got off track again during this week due to the Wimbledon Tennis Tournament that aired on July 03, 1987.
  49. Originally scheduled for July 06-10, 1987. Possibly, but unconfirmed, preempted on July 13 by Iran-Contra coverage. Tony Papenfuss, best known for playing as one of the two silent Darryls on the CBS Sitcom Newhart, speaks for the first time ever on national television!
  50. Originally scheduled for July 13-17, 1987. Preempted on July 16 by Iran-Contra coverage.
  51. Originally scheduled for July 20-24, 1987. Preempted on July 28 and 31 by Iran-Contra coverage. Strangely enough, the last show of this week aired on August 07.
  52. Originally scheduled for July 27-31, 1987. Iran-Contra hearings over after this week, and the show is back on track again. All-Star Special.
  53. All-Star Special.
  54. All-Star Special.
  55. A new Game Show called Win, Lose or Draw replaces Scrabble at 11:30 a.m. EST, and Scrabble replaces Wordplay at 12:30 p.m. EST.
  56. All-Star Special.
  57. All-Star Eight Is Enough Special.
  58. Originally scheduled for November 16-20, 1987. All-Star Night Court (NBC) Vs. Dynasty (ABC) Special. An unknown and unexpected preemption caused this week to end on November 23, 1987.
  59. Originally scheduled for November 23-25; 27, 1987. Four shows were taped due to an NFL game with the Kansas City Chiefs Vs. the Detroit Lions that aired on November 26, 1987.
  60. Originally scheduled for November 30-December 04, 1987.
  61. Originally scheduled for December 07-11, 1987
  62. Four shows were taped for this week in order to get back on track.
  63. All-Star Father Knows Best Special. Set decorated for Christmas all week long.
  64. Star Trek: The Next Generation cast. Four shows were taped due to the 99th Tournament of Roses Parade that aired on January 01, 1988. No more end-of-show parting gifts from here on out; only one consolation prize plug would be shown midway through, and all the other NBC Game Shows also followed suit on this practice, too (Sale of the Century, Classic Concentration, Wheel of Fortune, Win, Lose or Draw, and Scrabble).
  65. The infamous fugitive Patrick Quinn (real name Kerry Ketchum) shows up on this week as a contestant.
  66. Patrick becomes the second contestant to win $55,000, but his winnings were stripped once someone recognized him on television, and reported it to the authorities
  67. Jim Bontempo wins the biggest Ca$hword ever with $12,000, and he also becomes the biggest non-tournament winner in the show with $76,000.
  68. All-Star Barney Miller Special.
  69. All-Star Dobie Gillis Special. First week with the Star-Wipe intros.
  70. All-Star Carol Burnett Show Special.
  71. All-Star Teen Special. Shalane and Allison were from CBS' Dallas and Kate & Allie respectively; Rob and Jory were from ABCs' Mr. Belvedere and Head of the Class respectively.
  72. Nathan died eight days after this week finished airing.
  73. All-Star Newharts Vs. Martins rematch Special.
  74. Due to an unknown and unexpected preemption, four shows were taped for this week in order to get back on track.
  75. The star-wipe intros have been slightly modified. Now, they pause when Bert makes his entrance, and finish the rest of the animation afterwards.
  76. Vicki is now credited as Vicki Lawrence Schultz due to her marriage to Al Schultz.
  77. Due to an unknown and unexpected preemption, four shows were taped for this week in order to get back on track.
  78. After a correct guess for each Password is made, the camera now does a close-up shot of the puzzle board.
  79. All-Star Broadway Special.
  80. All-Star Lucy and Friends Special. This week was infamous in that an increasingly frail Lucille Ball was struggling to play the game; she passed away on April 26, 1989
  81. Trick or Trick Week. Set decorated for Halloween with contestants given the opportunity to get tricks or treats. Part of a week long gimmick that all the other NBC Game Shows also did, too.
  82. Halloween decorations taken down after Monday episode.
  83. All-Star Olympics Special, and last of its kind ever. This week possibly served as tie-in to the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, which also aired on NBC.
  84. Originally scheduled for December 19-23, 1988. Preempted unexpectedly on December 21 by coverage on the explosion of Flight Pan Am 103, which exploded over Lockerbie 103, just moments after takeoff. Set decorated for Christmas all-week long.
  85. Originally scheduled for December 26-30, 1988. More Christmas decorations put up for this week; they were taken down the following week. Preempted by the 100th Annual Tournament of Roses Parade that aired on January 02, 1989.
  86. Originally scheduled for January 03-06, 1989. Four shows were taped.
  87. Originally scheduled for January 09-13, 1989. The scoreboards now have permanently-installed zeroes in the middle.
  88. Preempted on January 20, 1989 by NBC's coverage of the swearing in of George H.W. Bush as the 41st President of the United States. Copyright now says "©MCMLXXXIX The Super Password Company". During the Christmas 1988 hiatus from taping, NBC announced that Sale of the Century and Super Password were cancelled, and would be airing their final episodes on March 24, 1989.
  89. An unusual six shows were taped in order to get back on track.
  90. Six shows were taped in order to get back on track.
  91. Six shows were taped, and the show was able to have its last two weeks begin with Monday and end with Friday.
  92. Final week! Ends with Betty destroying the Magic Toaster after failing to get the Ca$hword, and Bert and Gene and the rest of the crew bidding a fond, tearful farewell. The following Monday, NBC relinquished the Noon timeslot, moved Scrabble to 10:00 a.m. EST, replacing Sale of the Century, and premiered a new Daytime Soap called Generations at 12:30 p.m. EST.