Game 1: Miss Keun Oh Kim (or Keun-Oh Kim, she signed her name in Korean characters only) - "What's My Line? Panelist in Korea" (salaried; she is from Seoul, Korea; television has been on the air in Korea only since 1956 and is owned by the government and run as a non-profit organization; the Korean version of WML has been on the air since 1957; Korea has only one television station at the present time; Keun Oh Kim, or Miss Kim as John and the panel called her, is also a Captain in the Korean Air Force Reserves; her English speaking ability was limited and she often looked to John for support; she was dressed in a traditional Asian kimono)
"IGAS" NOTE: Miss Keun Oh Kim briefly appeared on the February 18, 1963 episode of "I've Got a Secret." The host was Henry Morgan, who was substituting for the regular host, Garry Moore. The panel consisted of Betsy Palmer, Gretchen Wyler, Dorothy Loudon and Faye Emerson. Garry Moore's longtime sidekick and announcer Durward Kirby was the celebrity guest. Keun Oh Kim's "WML?" connection was not mentioned on "IGAS." Miss Kim was not a contestant on "IGAS," but she was "connected" to one of the contestant's secrets. One game featured Barbara Kiernan of Andover, MA, who was the vice-president of "The Ninety-Nines," the international women pilots association which was founded in 1929. Barbara's "IGAS" secret was: "We bought an airplane with trading stamps." As we learned after the game, the American members of her group bought an airplane with three million Green Stamps. The airplane was given to their foreign member, Captain Keun Oh Kim, who was the only female pilot in Korea. (Captain Keun Oh Kim became a "Ninety-Nines" member when she went to college in the United States.) Henry Morgan held up a photo of the plane, which was a small Piper PA-22-108 Colt. (The registration number, N5088Z, was painted on the side of the plane and was visible in the photo.) With this airplane, Keun Oh Kim would then be able to teach other women in Korea how to pilot an aircraft. Keun Oh Kim was seated in the "IGAS" audience and stood up to take a bow. She was dressed in her traditional Asian kimono. - Suzanne (2008)
"TTTT" NOTE: Miss Keun Oh Kim also appeared on another Goodson-Todman game show when she was the featured contestant in the third game of the January 6, 1959 edition of "To Tell the Truth" with host Bud Collyer and the panel of Polly Bergen, Ralph Bellamy, Kitty Carlisle and Hy Gardner. This episode of "TTTT" was aired by GSN on February 22, 2009. - Suzanne (2009)
Game 2: Al Somers (he signed in as A. G. Somers)(7/16/1905 - 10/14/1997) - "Runs School for Baseball Umpires" (self-employed; he is a member of the Pacific Coast League; he has been an umpire for 22 years; he said that his school is right next to the Daytona Speedway and that he currently has 70 students representing 23 states, Canada and Cuba; from Daytona Beach, FL)
Game 3: Ralph Richardson (12/19/1902 - 10/10/1983) (as Mystery Guest) He signed in as Ralph Richardson and the overlay screen read "Sir Ralph Richardson."
Game 4: Patrick Troy - "Butler" (salaried; originally from County Offaly, Ireland; now working in Washington, D.C., which John Daly referred to as "Georgetown")