After an absence of at least three years from GSN's Black and White Overnight, rare episodes of Goodson-Todman's Two for the Money will air in the wee hours slot during Thanksgiving week. The game, which featured the homespun wit of host Herb Shriner on NBC from 1952-56, features married couples or other two-member teams in a naming quiz against the clock. Sam Levenson emceed a final summer run in 1957 when the game moved to CBS. Kenny Williams, who went onto fame as the prime announcer for the Heatter-Quigley game shows in the 1960s through the '80s, earned his first national exposure on Two for the Money. Ed McMahon served as announcer for the one surviving episode of the Levenson shows. Most of the Shriner episodes can no longer be shown after GSN's legal department banned further airing of classic games which feature cigarette logos on the sets. Old Gold cigarettes was the primary sponsor of Two for the Money for most of its run. The eight episodes which will air during Thanksgiving week do not include a tobacco sponsor. Singer Vic Damone appears on one of the shows. Sadly, Shriner and his wife Pixie were killed in an auto accident in Delray Beach, Fla., in 1970. He was 52. Two for the Money airs Wednesday night/Thursday morning Nov. 23 through 26 (technically 24-27) from 3-4 a.m. (ET/PT) on GSN.[/i] All right GSN!