Eye Guess

NBC (ended 1969)


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It marked Bob Stewart's first independent game show after studying under the Goodson-Todman school known as Password. Game Show. Answers to 8 numbers are revealed to 2 contestants for 8 seconds and then they try to complete phrases (Example: "When his secretary was late for the 3rd consecutive day, what did her boss do?"). The contestant then picks a number from the Eye Guess board to complete the phrase. Each correct answer was worth 10 points with a 20 point board later. A special answer, not made visible to the contestants, was under the Eye Guess rebus. Each incorrect answer resulted in the turn going over to their opponent. The object of the game was to get 100 points to win the game and get a chance at winning prizes from the Eye Guess board. If a contestant guessed all seven numbers without hitting the stop number, the contestant won a new car! Early in the run Eye Guess has Categories and its items and worth $25 for finding a item to a category and win a New Car. When a "STOP" Sign appears he or she lose everything and 1 other way to "QUIT" the game and keeps the money he or she collected. The theme song for Eye Guess was "Sugar Lips" by Al Hirt. BROADCAST HISTORY of Eye Guess: January 3-December 30, 1966 Monday-Friday at 10:00-10:25am on NBC-TV January 2, 1967-September 26, 1969 Monday-Friday at 12:30-12:55pm on NBC-TV.


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