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Yes, if i remember right the 20th Season Premiere week was taped in conjunction with the 20th Anniversary Special which aired on a Monday night a few weeks later in late July 1991.

Unless we've all totally missed something here, there is no such thing as "the 20th Anniversary Special."
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Was that suppose to be the daytime or the nighttime version?
Daytime version. Episode numbers ending in a D were daytime, episode numbers ending in N are nighttime shows.

And about "Magazine", I think it was some kind of CBS News thing the first Thursday of every month in the late '70s.
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#0013D, taped August 1972, never aired.

Actually aired is probably the Katrina episodes referenced above.
Was that suppose to be the daytime or the nighttime version?
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#2944D.  It's a half-hour show that was likely taped on June 7, 1978, and as far as anyone knows, it still hasn't been aired.
Weren't they well into "Hour Power" by then?  Why would they be taping half-hour episodes in '78?
2944D was taped for use on a Magazine day, but then something about the way they handled those days changed and it just never got broadcast.

I believe Gavazzi answered this. 

Out of curiosity, what were 'Magazine days'?  This is the first time I've ever seen such days referenced.  Were they like the Pillsbury Bake-Off specials in that they necessitated a half hour of TPIR's time slot?
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#2944D.  It's a half-hour show that was likely taped on June 7, 1978, and as far as anyone knows, it still hasn't been aired.

Weren't they well into "Hour Power" by then?  Why would they be taping half-hour episodes in '78?
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The TALK Is Right / Re: Music cue name?
« Last post by CaseyBuck on Today at 12:15:49 AM »
It's from the 1994 package.

TVPMM has the it labeled as "Theme 2 Double Feel Fast Tempo - Full w/Sax". Really rolls right off the tongue!
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The TALK Is Right / Re: Music cue name?
« Last post by blozier2006 on Yesterday at 11:50:07 PM »
Not sure of the exact name, but sounds like it's from the 1994 Doug Davidson package.
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The TALK Is Right / Music cue name?
« Last post by priac on Yesterday at 11:41:19 PM »
Anyone know name of the car music cue from this clip from late 90s?

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=wHJ6VdkPRiU
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The TALK Is Right / Re: Tape date vs air date....Biggest difference...
« Last post by blozier2006 on Yesterday at 11:39:39 PM »
Yes, if i remember right the 20th Season Premiere week was taped in conjunction with the 20th Anniversary Special which aired on a Monday night a few weeks later in late July 1991.
...huh?
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I always wondered why CBS owned and operated affiliates like Channel 2 in New York aired Guiding Light at 10am, when here across the state it aired at 3pm (which seemed more fitting for soaps).  The only soap opera I ever recall airing in the morning was Ryan's Hope which was shown at 11am on our ABC affiliate head-to-head against Price.  Surprisingly, it survived in that slot for over twelve years before the series ended around 1988 or 89.  This slotting could've been because ABC's daytime schedule was laden with soaps at the time. (Loving, All My Children, One Life to Live, and General Hospital).  Comparatively, CBS at the time had Young and the Restless (which contrary to Bob's remarks) always started on time at 12:30pm Eastern, Capitol, and As the World Turns, leaving the 3pm slot open for Guiding Light.  It would surprise me that WCBS or other affiliates would have Guiding Light air at 10 and bump the traditional morning game show block (Pyramid, Press Your Luck, Body Language, Card Sharks,) and (later Family Feud, Chuck Henry's Now You See It, and daytime Wheel of Fortune) to the mid-late afternoon. 
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