(1) As with all those "WML?" episodes from this season which were sponsored by a cigarette manufacturer, GSN interrupted the show opening sequence in the middle to put in their own commercial break.
(2) "LIVE" WATCH: The kinescope of tonight's live show is the 64th known surviving episode to have the word "live" cut from the intro.
(3) One year, one month and ten days from tonight's show, co-mystery guest Sheila MacRae made her final "WML?" appearance during its "classic CBS" run, on EPISODE #837 of November 20, 1966 - which was taped on October 31, 1966, one year and three weeks after this episode first aired. Sheila would, however, make occasional appearances during the course of the color syndicated "WML?'s" 1968-1975 run, including an appearance on the panel when the very first mystery guest from "WML?" EPISODE #1 of February 2, 1950, Phil Rizzuto, appeared as a mystery guest in an episode taped on February 5, 1970. Her by-then ex-husband, Gordon MacRae, was a mystery guest on the very first week of the syndicated "WML?" in 1968, on which their daughter, "Petticoat Junction" co-star Meredith MacRae, was among the panel.
(4) Following GSN's June 18, 2007 airing of tonight's show, the channel aired an episode of the 1955 game show "Make the Connection." The host here was future "ABC Wide World of Sports" anchor Jim McKay, and the panel consisted of Betty White (already, at this early date, on her way to becoming a perennial favorite among Goodson-Todman panelists), Gene Klavan (who in 1952 replaced another "MTC" host, Gene Rayburn, as Dee Finch's on-air partner on New York radio station WNEW [1130 AM]), Gloria DeHaven and Eddie Bracken, with celebrity guest Diana Lynn. A side note about Miss DeHaven: For a few years starting in 1969, she was host of a morning movie show called "Prize Movie" which aired on WABC-TV (Channel 7) in New York. - W-B (2007)