What's My Line?

Season 18 Episode 20


Aired Daily 12:00 AM Jan 15, 1967 on CBS



  • Notes

    • REVIEW: This was a night the panel probably would have benefited from had they been preempted by a certain football game that was played at the Los Angeles Coliseum earlier that day. However, they weren't that lucky, and went a pathetic 1 for 4 on the evening. In the first game, the panel was shut out by the female steeplejack from Pennsylvania. Of course, in those days, it was hard to believe that a woman would do that kind of work. In the second game, it was more of the same as they were stumped by the burglar alarm saleswoman. In fact, it was at this point that the panel probably would have been crying "We've fallen and we can't get up." However, the panel did get a brief shining moment this evening in the mystery guest round as guest panelist Aliza Kashi, who up until that moment had probably given the worst performance by a guest panelist since Wally Cox, correctly identified Abbe Lane. Abbe was on the show to promote her engagement at the Persian Room as well as her upcoming appearance on "The Ed Sullivan Show." Abbe also got a huge cheer when she mentioned that she was a "Brooklynite," having been born in Brooklyn. Unfortunately, the panel reverted back to form as they ran out of time while questioning the young man from North Carolina who gave indoor skiing lessons. As a result, he won the game and received the full prize. This definitely was a less than super performance by the panel. - Sargebri (2008)

      NEXT CANDIDATE!!! Tonight's female guest panelist was singer Aliza Kashi. Unfortunately, she performed as if she had no aptitude for the game and kept chattering throughout. Her only shining moment was when she recognized Abbe Lane's voice and identified her, winning the mystery guest round for the panel. Aliza's performance this evening ranked alongside the poor performances by both Wally Cox and Pamela Tiffin, as one of the worst efforts by a guest panelist. - Sargebri (2008)

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