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MSTieScott

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Re: BUZZR "Prime Time Party" beg. February 6th
« Reply #180 on: July 23, 2018, 02:02:40 PM »
Beginning July 30, Supermarket Sweep resumes with new-to-Buzzr episodes. It also starts airing twice per night, with the second airing replacing Sale of the Century.

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Re: BUZZR "Prime Time Party" beg. February 6th
« Reply #181 on: July 23, 2018, 03:13:47 PM »
Beginning July 30, Supermarket Sweep resumes with new-to-Buzzr episodes. It also starts airing twice per night, with the second airing replacing Sale of the Century.
Sale moves to the mornings, replacing Now You See It.
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Re: BUZZR "Prime Time Party" beg. February 6th
« Reply #182 on: July 30, 2018, 07:13:39 PM »
Beginning July 30, Supermarket Sweep resumes with new-to-Buzzr episodes. It also starts airing twice per night, with the second airing replacing Sale of the Century.
  Which episodes, season and year will we be seeing?
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Re: BUZZR "Prime Time Party" beg. February 6th
« Reply #184 on: September 06, 2018, 06:48:14 PM »
Buzzr has went back to the beginning of the new batch of SuperMarket Sweep episodes as of Monday 9/3
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Re: BUZZR "Prime Time Party" beg. February 6th
« Reply #185 on: September 12, 2018, 08:57:57 PM »
New weekday schedule as of 10/1 (Eastern time):

8AM: Beat the Clock (1953)
8:40AM: The Name's the Same (1952)
9:20AM: I've Got a Secret (1963)
10AM: Sale of the Century (1985)
10:30AM: Supermarket Sweep (Season 2)
11AM: Match Game 78
12PM: Match Game 76
1PM: Classic Concentration (1987, starting with episode 3)
2PM: Tattletales (1974, starting with episode 126)
2:30PM: To Tell The Truth (1973, starting with episode 1481)
3PM: What's My Line (1972, starting with episode 1571, Larry Blyden's first)
3:30PM: Password (1966, starting with 2nd color show)
4PM: Super Password (1985)
4:30PM: Card Sharks (Eubanks, 1986)
5PM: Match Game 75
6PM: Match Game 76
7PM: Family Feud (1980)
8PM: Password Plus (1979)
8:30PM: Supermarket Sweep (season 3)
9PM: Supermarket Sweep (season 3)
9:30PM: Card Sharks (1978)
10PM: Press Your Luck (1984)
10:30PM: Celebrity Name Game
11PM: Password Plus (1979)
11:30PM: Supermarket Sweep (season 3)
12AM: Supermarket Sweep (season 3)
12:30AM: Card Sharks (1978)
1AM: Press Your Luck (1984)
1:30AM: Celebrity Name Game
2AM: Match Game 75
3AM: Match Game 76
4AM: Family Feud (1988)
5AM: Family Feud (1980)
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Re: BUZZR "Prime Time Party" beg. February 6th
« Reply #186 on: September 13, 2018, 09:54:59 AM »
Outside of a few special episodes of Blyden WML that GSN has aired over the years.  Is this the first time that we’re seeing the series pick up with Blyden’s first episode or did GSN air it consecutively?

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Re: BUZZR "Prime Time Party" beg. February 6th
« Reply #187 on: September 13, 2018, 12:32:45 PM »
Outside of a few special episodes of Blyden WML that GSN has aired over the years.  Is this the first time that we’re seeing the series pick up with Blyden’s first episode or did GSN air it consecutively?

I seem to recall them showing most of Blyden's run between 1998 and 2000.  I could be wrong.
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Re: BUZZR "Prime Time Party" beg. February 6th
« Reply #188 on: September 13, 2018, 12:33:14 PM »
Outside of a few special episodes of Blyden WML that GSN has aired over the years.  Is this the first time that we’re seeing the series pick up with Blyden’s first episode or did GSN air it consecutively?
GSN picked up with Blyden's first episode when the "dark period" ended in 1998 and subsequently aired most if not all of his run.
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Re: BUZZR "Prime Time Party" beg. February 6th
« Reply #189 on: September 13, 2018, 01:40:29 PM »
Outside of a few special episodes of Blyden WML that GSN has aired over the years.  Is this the first time that we’re seeing the series pick up with Blyden’s first episode or did GSN air it consecutively?
GSN picked up with Blyden's first episode when the "dark period" ended in 1998 and subsequently aired most if not all of his run.
OK, so it has definitely been a while then.  My cable provider didn’t have GSN back then, so it will be good to see these new-to-me episodes.

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Re: BUZZR "Prime Time Party" beg. February 6th
« Reply #190 on: September 13, 2018, 01:45:00 PM »
Outside of a few special episodes of Blyden WML that GSN has aired over the years.  Is this the first time that we’re seeing the series pick up with Blyden’s first episode or did GSN air it consecutively?
GSN picked up with Blyden's first episode when the "dark period" ended in 1998 and subsequently aired most if not all of his run.

I think that GSN had made it close to the end of Blyden's run before the "dark period" began. I clearly remember watching episodes from the last season during that period and remember how on a.t.g-s someone likened it to the "Hot Dog" scheme from Windows 3.1.Which, in hindsight, I can totally see; either that or Ron Baldwin was on a hot dog kick while designing it.

I also think that GSN may have bounced around post 1998. Even considering production schedules, it appears that they made to the 1974-75 season less than a year after the "dark period" ended.

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Re: BUZZR "Prime Time Party" beg. February 6th
« Reply #191 on: September 13, 2018, 04:41:59 PM »
Outside of a few special episodes of Blyden WML that GSN has aired over the years.  Is this the first time that we’re seeing the series pick up with Blyden’s first episode or did GSN air it consecutively?
GSN picked up with Blyden's first episode when the "dark period" ended in 1998 and subsequently aired most if not all of his run.

I think that GSN had made it close to the end of Blyden's run before the "dark period" began. I clearly remember watching episodes from the last season during that period and remember how on a.t.g-s someone likened it to the "Hot Dog" scheme from Windows 3.1.Which, in hindsight, I can totally see; either that or Ron Baldwin was on a hot dog kick while designing it.

I also think that GSN may have bounced around post 1998. Even considering production schedules, it appears that they made to the 1974-75 season less than a year after the "dark period" ended.
I used to watch WML almost religiously back then.  Most, if not all of the final season aired, before going back to 1968.  I can remember the first '68 ep. GSN aired after the final season was Joel Gray, but I can't remember where I put my wallet.

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Re: BUZZR "Prime Time Party" beg. February 6th
« Reply #192 on: September 14, 2018, 12:07:57 PM »
Outside of a few special episodes of Blyden WML that GSN has aired over the years.  Is this the first time that we’re seeing the series pick up with Blyden’s first episode or did GSN air it consecutively?
GSN picked up with Blyden's first episode when the "dark period" ended in 1998 and subsequently aired most if not all of his run.

I think that GSN had made it close to the end of Blyden's run before the "dark period" began. I clearly remember watching episodes from the last season during that period and remember how on a.t.g-s someone likened it to the "Hot Dog" scheme from Windows 3.1.Which, in hindsight, I can totally see; either that or Ron Baldwin was on a hot dog kick while designing it.

I also think that GSN may have bounced around post 1998. Even considering production schedules, it appears that they made to the 1974-75 season less than a year after the "dark period" ended.
I used to watch WML almost religiously back then.  Most, if not all of the final season aired, before going back to 1968.  I can remember the first '68 ep. GSN aired after the final season was Joel Gray, but I can't remember where I put my wallet.

I can confirm that GSN indeed aired all of it, final episode was with Shari Lewis and no mention was made that it was the last show. Appropriately enough, it aired the day before the G-T shows were pulled, so we didn't see it again until April '98 when it started Blyden's run from the beginning.
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