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Could be a case of the Mandela Effect.
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On the June 24th episode: One $50K win (first half-hour) and one $100K win (second half-hour) tonight. I thought the subjects in the first win were particularly easy; "Things That Are Sweet" at the top? I thought of "wax" and "wrapping" for "Types of Paper". The judge(s) accepted Snoop's "Things on Paper" for that one, and I think the host influenced that decision. Hmmm... I'm shaking my head a little bit on that one.

I also came up with "skis" (along with other clues) for "Sports Equipment", and "toll" for "Types of Booths". (Kudos to the contestant for saying "phone" and "voting".) This was the same contestant who said "Lance Armstrong" for "Famous Astronauts" and couldn't think of any other clues. That probably cost her the $50K win.

There were a few other brain freezes during the hour, including "Beyonce" and "rabies". And I personally thought all of the Questlove related subject titles during the second main game were overkill.
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He's a director on this site, he has no involvement with the actual show.

EDIT: I wouldn't go so far as to call "troll", but has "newbie" written all over just the same.

The way he said it sounds a bit more like a troll than an uninformed person.
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You are a director on the show. You can perfectly walk up to the archives and look for that episode.
He's a director on this site, he has no involvement with the actual show.

EDIT: I wouldn't go so far as to call "troll", but has "newbie" written all over just the same.
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You are a director on the show. You can perfectly walk up to the archives and look for that episode.

Not a director of the show. Director of the forums.

Mods, I can smell a troll in Bennyken
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No, there doesn't.

Many, many 1970s TPIR episodes haven't been aired anywhere since the 1970s.  One particular incident (which might not even have happened) not being online is hardly surprising.

You are a director on the show. You can perfectly walk up to the archives and look for that episode.
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There has got to be video online.

No, there doesn't.

Many, many 1970s TPIR episodes haven't been aired anywhere since the 1970s.  One particular incident (which might not even have happened) not being online is hardly surprising.
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I'm not a mod, but if you are going to keep asking if they exist, if you can't find it, the answer is no, unfortunately.

I gave it a quick lookup, and I couldn't find anything. That's too bad; I also wanted to see it.

I'm also going to give this wise advice: Several members who just ask questions like this are usually ignored due to quality of posts. If there is a reason to ask a simple question, there's a simple question and answer thread.  Although not on this board, I'll give the example of "datisawheelwatcher" on the BAV boards. All they did was ask for video requests, and after several mods telling them to stop, they were banned.

I'm not trying to be mean. I'm just trying to show that I have seen several users that just don't get asked to stop, and I don't want another person to get banned by not knowing this.
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Per this thread started by Scott Robinson, who used to work at the show, there was no perfect Showcase bid on the nighttime show, and there probably wasn't one on the daytime show, either, although we can't say that for certain.

I remember seeing it happen before in the 70's. Thought it was nighttime.

There has got to be video online.
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Per this thread started by Scott Robinson, who used to work at the show, there was no perfect Showcase bid on the nighttime show, and there probably wasn't one on the daytime show, either, although we can't say that for certain.
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