From a Japanese game show.
With help from an unbelieveable first guess, this young woman beats the odds to win a million dollars
What's my Line? Jonathan Winters
Trivia whiz Ken Jennings has made a career as a keeper of facts; he holds the longest winning streak in history on the U.S. game show Jeopardy. But in 2011, he played a challenge match against supercomputer Watson -- and lost. With humor and humility, Jennings tells us how it felt to have a computer literally beat him at his own game, and also makes the case for good old-fashioned human knowledge. (Filmed at TEDxSeattleU.)
The last day of the Jeopardy! Teen Tournament finals produced some exciting (and amusing) moments, mainly from Leonard.
Feb. 12, 2013
Buddy Hackett takes a long shot and it pays off.
From Hollywood Squares
Another weird Japanese Game Show.
From around the time "Casino Royale" was coming out. Tony Randall and Pamela Mason join the panel.
The Gong Show. Here, Steve Martin is one of the panelist and a great performer. Steve M. was playing the banjo. Too Bad Mr. Barris had to ruin his act. Plus you see a short magic performance. Chuck Barris is the host. The name of the piece is "Foggy Mountain Breakdown".
Steve Martin has his own album of his music. He was also featured and performed on American Idol season 8 finale.
this is the best split or steal i have seen.
From Nov. 26, 2001, here is an episode of the game show "Weakest Link" with host Anne Robinson. This is the only episode of this show that I have on tape, and with good reason: all the contestants are former Star Trek cast members!! We have Wil Weaton and LeVar Burton from STNG; Robert Picardo from Star Trek Voyager; Denise Crosby from STNG; Roxann Dawson from Voyager; John DeLancie who played "Q" in 3 Star Trek series; William Shatner from ST:TOS; and Armin Shimmerman from Deep Space Nine. This is part 1 of 3.
NPH helps a contestant play Gas Money for TPIR Celebrity Week!
(From show 5663K)
December 1, 1963