Game 1: Jim McClellen - "Hippopotamus Trainer" (salaried; he works at Jungleland in Thousand Oaks, California, which he said was 30 miles north of Los Angeles; he trains a one-ton mother hippo and her son; he teaches them simple tricks such as sitting and lying down, and even puts his own head inside the hippo's mouth; from Thousand Oaks, CA)
Game 2: Miss Brenda Berlin - "Fingerprint Examiner for Ontario Police Department" (salaried; she has been a fingerprinting technician for the Ontario provincial police department for 2 months; from Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
Game 3: The McGuire Sisters (as Mystery Guest Trio)
Christine McGuire (b. 7/30/1926)
Dorothy McGuire (2/13/1928 - 9/7/2012)
Phyllis McGuire (b. 2/14/1931)
Game 4: Gordon Tallman - "Makes Golf Tees" (salaried; coincidentally, he was quite tall; he works for the Bullard Lumber Company; from Hyde Park, UT)
Game 1: Mr. Lowell Thomas (4/6/1892 - 8/29/1981) - "News Commentator" (as Mystery Guest #1 and the panel was blindfolded but the regular questioning format was used; salaried; he said he had been continuously broadcasting for 34 years; he donated his game winnings to help the people of Alaska who had recently suffered a devastating earthquake)
Game 2: Miss Christine Bertholt - "Circus Juggler (Hangs By Hair From Top of Arena)" (salaried; after her occupation overlay screen was shown, a publicity photograph of her was shown, seen in full costume and hanging by her hair 75 feet above the ground; she is currently performing for the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus at Madison Square Garden; from Essen, Germany)
Game 3: Van Cliburn (7/12/1934 - 2/27/2013) (as Mystery Guest #2) He donated his game winnings to the Interlochen Music Camp which he said has been training young musicians for 28 years.
Per Gil Fates' handwritten logs, there was not enough time for the next scheduled contestant, a person who sells false teeth.
Game 1: Stan Musial (11/21/1920 - 1/19/2013) (as Mystery Guest #1 and the panel was blindfolded; full mystery guest game rules applied; other than his name, there was no occupation overlay screen; his nickname is "Stan The Man" and he has just retired as a professional baseball player; John mentioned that Stan was recently appointed to direct the "President's Council on Physical Fitness" heath awareness program under President Lyndon B. Johnson; John also mentioned that he and Stan have a mutual friend in restaurant owner Toots Shor)
Game 2: Mrs. Nancy Henry - "Inspects & Packs Adhesive Bandages (Band-Aids)" (salaried; African-American; she works for the Johnson & Johnson Company; from Somerset, NJ)
Game 3: Steve Allen (12/26/1921 - 10/30/2000) (as Mystery Guest #2) He first signed in as "Ted Mack" of the "Original Amateur Hour" fame, then crossed it out and wrote his own name.
Game 4: Mr. Toni Willson - "Buys & Sells Honey" (salaried; John did not ask if Toni was a nickname for a more formal name such as Antonio; Toni is employed by his family firm, R.B. Willson Company; he is also involved with horticultural exhibitions such as the New York Flower Show, and the International Flower Show, where he sells beeswax candles made from genuine beeswax; from Yonkers, NY)
Game 1: A.C. Nielsen Jr. (Arthur C. Nielsen, Jr.) (4/8/1919 - 10/3/2011) - Runs Television Rating Service (Nielsen Ratings)" (he signed in as "Mr. X" to avoid name recognition and the panel was not blindfolded; self-employed; he is the president of his TV ratings firm)
Game 2: George Boyce, Jr. - "Makes Snowshoes" (salaried; clipart of a pair of snowshoes was shown on his occupation overlay screen; he works for Snowcraft, Inc. which manufactures wood snowshoes; from Norway, Maine, which is located in Oxford County)
Game 3: Carol Burnett (b. 4/26/1933) (as Mystery Guest #2)
Game 4: Michael Lenarsey (12/25/1904 - 11/25/1990) - "Jackie Gleason's Valet" (salaried; his occupation is also known as a Gentleman's Gentleman; from West Palm Beach, FL)
Game 1: Mrs. Alice Gilbert (b. 7/1/1932) - "Justice of the Peace" (salaried; she does not wear a judicial robe while she works; she is a attorney, but due to the current laws of her state, a law degree is not necessary for her to hold her job on the bench; she donated her game winnings to the Northwestern University Law School Alumni Fund; from Birmingham, MI in Bloomfield Township)
Game 2: Mrs. Cissy Browne - "Sells Water Skis" (salaried; she travels all over the country as a travelling saleswoman for Pan American Skis, Inc., which manufactures high quality water skis that are made of Honduran mahogany wood; as of 2006, vintage Pan Am Honduras mahogany hardwood skis are still being sold on internet auction sites; from Memphis, TN)
Game 3: Jonathan Winters (11/11/1925 - 4/11/2013) (as Mystery Guest)