The Hollywood Squares

January 26 - 30, 2004 - Monday

Season 6, Ep 86, Aired 1/26/04
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  • Episode Description
  • Kathy Griffin, Traci Bingham, Bobby Vinton, Paul Hogan VI & David Smith IV, Richard Jeni, Ed Begley Jr., Dionne Warwick, Gilbert Gottfried, Martin Mull

  • Cast & Crew
  • Gilbert Gottfried

    Himself (recurring)

  • Tom Bergeron

    Host

  • Traci Bingham

    Herself

  • Bobby Vinton

    Himself

  • Paul Hogan (VI)

    Himself (w/ David Smith)

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (10)

    • Tom Bergeron: Kenny G. once held a record for doing this the longest time without stopping. What was it? Kathy Griffin: Sucking? I'm just not a fan.

    • Tom Bergeron: The ends of your shoelaces have become frayed. Scientists say dipping them in this will make them hard again. Dip them in what? Gilbert Gottfried: Does this only work with shoelaces?

    • Tom Bergeron: What makes a star twinkle? Ed Begley, Jr.: Too much Evion. Wait, did you say "tinkle?"

    • Tom Bergeron: After he saved a schoolmarm or a townsfolk, the Lone Ranger would always leave something behind. What? Martin Mull: Well, Tom, very little was known about bed wetting in the Old West. One of the reasons he wore a mask.

    • Tom Bergeron: If you cross a horse, with a donkey, do you get a honkey?

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    Trivia (5)

    • Q. Kenny G. once held a record for doing this the longest time without stopping. What was it? A. Holding a note

    • Q. The ends of your shoelaces have become frayed. Scientists say dipping them in this will make them hard again. Dip them in what? A. Clear nail polish

    • Q. What makes a star twinkle? A. The turbulence in the earth's atmosphere creates the perception of a twinkle.

    • Q. After he saved a schoolmarm or a townsfolk, the Lone Ranger would always leave something behind. What? A. A silver bullet

    • Q. During his presidency, why were Abe Lincoln's hands said to be swollen and cracked? A. From shaking hands with his supporters

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