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Season 1

Season 2

  • S02E01 Steve Bowie, Susan Blum, Alan Lefkowitz (Season 2 begins)

    • September 9, 1985

    Alan Lefkowitz, an advertising consultant from Los Angeles, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $18,900); Susan Blum, an attorney from Fairfield, Connecticut; Steve Bowie, an engineer from Lancaster, California. Returning champions (for this week only) were placed at the far right podium. The new "buzz-in" (after Alex finishes reading the clue) rule was introduced.

  • S02E02 1985-09-10

    • September 10, 1985

  • S02E03 1985-09-11

    • September 11, 1985

  • S02E04 1985-09-12

    • September 12, 1985

  • S02E05 1985-09-13

    • September 13, 1985

  • S02E06 1985-09-16

    • September 16, 1985

  • S02E07 1985-09-17

    • September 17, 1985

  • S02E08 1985-09-18

    • September 18, 1985

  • S02E09 Jay Rosenberg, Ron Kars, Gail Duncan

    • September 19, 1985

    Gail Duncan, a ventriloquist's assistant originally from Blacksburg, Virginia; Ron Kars, a student from Van Nuys, California; Jay Rosenberg, a professor from Chapel Hill, North Carolina (whose 4-day cash winnings total $39,600).

  • S02E10 Cindy Judy, Jim Davis, Joe Alley

    • September 20, 1985

    Joe Alley, a student originally from Huntsville, Alabama; Jim Davis, a personnel counselor originally from Chula Vista, California; Cindy Judy, a court reporter from San Francisco, California.

  • S02E11 Joe Alley, Susan Kiner, Cyrni Rajwahl

    • September 23, 1985

    Cyrni Rajwahl, a writer originally from New York City, New York; Susan Kiner, an investment banker from Singer Island, Florida; Joe Alley, a student originally from Huntsville, Alabama (whose 1-day cash winnings total $1,800).

  • S02E12 Joe Alley, Rob Lai, April Zwick

    • September 24, 1985

    April Zwick, an attorney originally from St. Petersburg, Florida; Rob Lai, an insurance investigator from Los Angeles, California; Joe Alley, a student originally from Huntsville, Alabama (whose 2-day cash winnings total $9,199).

  • S02E13 1985-09-25

    • September 25, 1985

  • S02E14 1985-09-26

    • September 26, 1985

  • S02E15 1985-09-27

    • September 27, 1985

  • S02E16 Dane Garrett, Chuck Forrest, Hilary Hill

    • September 30, 1985

    Hilary Hill, a homemaker originally from Roselle, New Jersey; Chuck Forrest, a student from Grand Blanc, Michigan; Dane Garrett, a lawyer from Collinsville, Illinois (whose 3-day cash winnings total $17,900). Dane's exact number of previous games not known, though Alex does mention him having been involved in two tie games.

  • S02E17 Chuck Forrest, MaryLou Byrne, Bob Devlin

    • October 1, 1985

    Bob Devlin, an industrial training director originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; MaryLou Byrne, a law student from Los Angeles, California; Chuck Forrest, a student from Grand Blanc, Michigan (whose 1-day cash winnings total $18,000).

  • S02E18 Chuck Forrest, Ayofemi Stowe, Mike McClain

    • October 2, 1985

    Mike McClain, a financial consultant originally from Alliance, Ohio; Ayofemi Stowe, a design engineer originally from Boston, Massachusetts; Chuck Forrest, a student from Grand Blanc, Michigan (whose 2-day cash winnings total $30,500).

  • S02E19 Chuck Forrest, Claudia Wolfe, René Garcia

    • October 3, 1985

    René Garcia, a law firm purchasing agent from Culver City, California; Claudia Wolfe, an advertising copywriter originally from Chevy Chase, Maryland; Chuck Forrest, a student from Grand Blanc, Michigan (whose 3-day cash winnings total $45,000).

  • S02E20 Chuck Forrest, Susan McGowan, Linda Alznauer

    • October 4, 1985

    Linda Alznauer, a student & an actress originally from Los Angeles, California; Susan McGowan, an office automation manager from San Francisco, California; Chuck Forrest, a student from Grand Blanc, Michigan (whose 4-day cash winnings total $60,000).

  • S02E21 1985-10-07

    • October 7, 1985

  • S02E22 1985-10-08

    • October 8, 1985

  • S02E23 1985-10-09

    • October 9, 1985

  • S02E24 1985-10-10

    • October 10, 1985

  • S02E25 1985-10-11

    • October 11, 1985

  • S02E26 1985-10-14

    • October 14, 1985

  • S02E27 1985-10-15

    • October 15, 1985

  • S02E28 1985-10-16

    • October 16, 1985

  • S02E29 1985-10-17

    • October 17, 1985

  • S02E30 1985-10-18

    • October 18, 1985

  • S02E31 1985-10-21

    • October 21, 1985

  • S02E32 1985-10-22

    • October 22, 1985

  • S02E33 1985-10-23

    • October 23, 1985

  • S02E34 1985-10-24

    • October 24, 1985

  • S02E35 Mark Leinwand, Faye Ringel, Al Lusher

    • October 25, 1985

    Al Lusher, a high school teacher from North Hollywood, California; Faye Ringel, a college professor from Norwich, Connecticut; Mark Leinwand, an attorney & a businessman from Los Angeles, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,950).

  • S02E36 1985-10-28

    • October 28, 1985

  • S02E37 Mark Leinwand, Stan Siegel, Tory Metzger

    • October 29, 1985

    Tory Metzger, a script reader originally from Raleigh, North Carolina; Stan Siegel, a design engineer originally from Brooklyn, New York; Mark Leinwand, an attorney & a businessman from Los Angeles, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $31,700).

  • S02E38 1985-10-30

    • October 30, 1985

  • S02E39 1985-10-31

    • October 31, 1985

  • S02E40 1985-11-01

    • November 1, 1985

  • S02E41 1985-11-04

    • November 4, 1985

  • S02E42 1985-11-05

    • November 5, 1985

  • S02E43 1985-11-06

    • November 6, 1985

  • S02E44 1985-11-07

    • November 7, 1985

  • S02E45 1985-11-08

    • November 8, 1985

  • S02E46 S02 Tournament of Champions Quarterfinal Game 1

    • November 11, 1985

    Ric Moser, a printing broker from The Woodlands, Texas; Elise Beraru, an insurance underwriter from Los Angeles, California; John Genova, a student & a Catholic cantor from North Hollywood, California.

  • S02E47 S02 Tournament of Champions Quarterfinal Game 2

    • November 12, 1985

    Larry Floyd, an accounting clerk originally from Bridgton, Maine; Jerry Frankel, a musician & a composer originally from Buffalo, New York; Liz Caccese, a generating station operator from Van Nuys, California.

  • S02E48 S02 Tournament of Champions Quarterfinal Game 3

    • November 13, 1985

    John Hnat, a chemical lab technician from Cleveland, Ohio; Paul Boymel, an attorney from Potomac, Maryland; Paul Croshier, a United States Marine Staff Sergeant from Camp Pendleton, California.

  • S02E49 S02 Tournament of Champions Quarterfinal Game 4

    • November 14, 1985

    Steve Rogitz, a letter carrier from Gardena, California; Paula Tupper, a law student originally from Westfield, New Jersey; Bruce Fauman, a university administrator & professor from Vancouver, British Columbia.

  • S02E50 S02 Tournament of Champions Quarterfinal Game 5

    • November 15, 1985

    Ron Black, an attorney from Raleigh, North Carolina; Nathan Walpow, a data processor & an actor originally from Queens, New York; Michael Day, a financial analyst from Columbus, Ohio.

  • S02E51 S02 Tournament of Champions Semifinal Game 1

    • November 18, 1985

    Ric Moser, a printing broker from The Woodlands, Texas; Steve Rogitz, a letter carrier from Gardena, California; Larry Floyd, an accounting clerk originally from Bridgton, Maine.

  • S02E52 S02 Tournament of Champions Semifinal Game 2

    • November 19, 1985

    Liz Caccese, a generating station operator from Van Nuys, California; John Hnat, a chemical lab technician from Cleveland, Ohio; Bruce Fauman, a university administrator & professor from Vancouver, British Columbia.

  • S02E53 S02 Tournament of Champions Semifinal Game 3

    • November 20, 1985

    Jerry Frankel, a musician & a composer originally from Buffalo, New York; Paul Boymel, an attorney from Potomac, Maryland; Ron Black, an attorney from Raleigh, North Carolina.

  • S02E54 S02 Tournament of Champions Final Game 1

    • November 21, 1985

    Jerry Frankel, a musician & a composer originally from Buffalo, New York; Bruce Fauman, a university administrator & professor from Vancouver, British Columbia; Steve Rogitz, a letter carrier from Gardena, California.

  • S02E55 S02 Tournament of Champions Final Game 2

    • November 22, 1985

    Jerry Frankel, a musician & a composer originally from Buffalo, New York (subtotal of $6,100); Bruce Fauman, a university administrator & professor from Vancouver, British Columbia (subtotal of $4,300); Steve Rogitz, a letter carrier from Gardena, California (subtotal of $4,500).

  • S02E56 Harvey Becker, Tony De La Rosa, Lynne Kopell

    • November 25, 1985

    Lynne Kopell, from TBD; Tony De La Rosa, a seminary & law student from Los Angeles, California; Harvey Becker, a writer from Venice, California (whose 4-day cash winnings total $55,400).

  • S02E57 Tony De La Rosa, Greg Pieschala, Libby Webber

    • November 26, 1985

    Libby Webber, an administrative assistant originally from Kent, Connecticut; Greg Pieschala, a student originally from Michigan City, Indiana; Tony De La Rosa, a seminary & law student from Los Angeles, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,300). 1st 24 clues only.

  • S02E58 1985-11-27

    • November 27, 1985

  • S02E59 1985-11-28

    • November 28, 1985

  • S02E60 1985-11-29

    • November 29, 1985

  • S02E61 1985-12-02

    • December 2, 1985

  • S02E62 1985-12-03

    • December 3, 1985

  • S02E63 1985-12-04

    • December 4, 1985

  • S02E64 1985-12-05

    • December 5, 1985

  • S02E65 Jared Eisenstat, Kate Thornton-Hirsch, Allan Mason

    • December 6, 1985

    Allan Mason, a manufacturer originally from Fort Wayne, Indiana; Kate Thornton-Hirsch, a secretary from Pasadena, California; Jared Eisenstat, a law student from Hicksville, New York.

  • S02E66 1985-12-09

    • December 9, 1985

  • S02E67 Sister Carol Cimino, Michael deHaven Newsom, David Church

    • December 10, 1985

    David Church, a management consultant from Pamona, California; Michael deHaven Newsom, a law professor from Chevy Chase, Maryland; Sister Carol Cimino, a director of development from Rochester, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $599).

  • S02E68 Sister Carol Cimino, Rocky Schmidt, Carolyn Kennedy

    • December 11, 1985

    Carolyn Kennedy, a writer originally from New York City; Rocky Schmidt, an attorney originally from Edmore, North Dakota; Sister Carol Cimino, a director of development from Rochester, New York (whose 2-day cash winnings total $9,899).

  • S02E69 1985-12-12

    • December 12, 1985

  • S02E70 1985-12-13

    • December 13, 1985

  • S02E71 1985-12-16

    • December 16, 1985

  • S02E72 1985-12-17

    • December 17, 1985

  • S02E73 1985-12-18

    • December 18, 1985

  • S02E74 1985-12-19

    • December 19, 1985

  • S02E75 Ron Marriott, John Schroth, Norma Walch

    • December 20, 1985

    Norma Walch, a housewife & part-time teacher from Del Rey Oaks, California; John Schroth, a sales manager from Upland, California; Ron Marriott, a student originally from Cupertino, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $16,696).

  • S02E76 John Schroth, Duane Lyons, Andrea Ladik

    • December 23, 1985

    Andrea Ladik, a theatrical production manager from New York City, New York; Duane Lyons, a law student originally from New York City, New York; John Schroth, a sales manager from Upland, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,001).

  • S02E77 Andrea Ladik, Alexis Colicchio, Pamela Norris

    • December 24, 1985

    Pamela Norris, a writer from Sandy Springs, Georgia; Alexis Colicchio, a director of customer service originally from Oceanside, California; Andrea Ladik, a theatrical production manager from New York City, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $5,000). First game to have a Video Daily Double.

  • S02E78 Pamela Norris, Donna Marie Wright, Rafael Bernardino

    • December 25, 1985

    Rafael Bernardino, an attorney from La Mirada, California; Donna Marie Wright, an editor from Santa Monica, California; Pamela Norris, a writer from Sandy Springs, Georgia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,600).

  • S02E79 Pamela Norris, Mike Wallis, Jack Brodsky

    • December 26, 1985

    Jack Brodsky, a motion pidture marketing consultant from Los Angeles, California; Mike Wallis, from Clarkston, Georgia; Pamela Norris, a writer from Sandy Springs, Georgia (whose 2-day cash winnings total $16,800).

  • S02E80 Pamela Norris, Dan Alves, Brenda Parks

    • December 27, 1985

    Brenda Parks, a marketing sales manager from Yorba Linda, California; Dan Alves, from Santa Maria, California; Pamela Norris, a writer from Sandy Springs, Georgia (whose 3-day cash winnings total $23,000).

  • S02E81 1985-12-30

    • December 30, 1985

  • S02E82 1985-12-31

    • December 31, 1985

  • S02E83 1986-01-01

    • January 1, 1986

  • S02E84 1986-01-02

    • January 2, 1986

  • S02E85 1986-01-03

    • January 3, 1986

  • S02E86 1986-01-06

    • January 6, 1986

  • S02E87 1986-01-07

    • January 7, 1986

  • S02E88 Barbara Griffin, Steve Willis, Curtis Warren

    • January 8, 1986

    Curtis Warren, from TBD; Steve Willis, a financial analyst from Lynwood, California; Barbara Griffin, from TBD.

  • S02E89 1986-01-09

    • January 9, 1986

  • S02E90 1986-01-10

    • January 10, 1986

  • S02E91 Steve Willis, Nancy Smith, Gardner Stern

    • January 13, 1986

    Gardner Stern, a marketing consultant originally from Chicago, Illinois; Nancy Smith, a lawyer originally from Gainesville, Florida; Steve Willis, a financial analyst from Lynwood, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $31,000).

  • S02E92 Nancy Smith, Gardner Stern, Phyllis Grinnell

    • January 14, 1986

    Phyllis Grinnell, a housewife from New York City, New York; Gardner Stern, a marketing consultant originally from Chicago, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,600); Nancy Smith, a lawyer originally from Gainesville, Florida (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,600).

  • S02E93 1986-01-15

    • January 15, 1986

  • S02E94 1986-01-16

    • January 16, 1986

  • S02E95 1986-01-17

    • January 17, 1986

  • S02E96 1986-01-20

    • January 20, 1986

  • S02E97 1986-01-21

    • January 21, 1986

  • S02E98 1986-01-22

    • January 22, 1986

  • S02E99 1986-01-23

    • January 23, 1986

  • S02E100 Ann Antell, George Lynch, Bob Danielson

    • January 24, 1986

    Bob Danielson, a financial analyst from Miami Springs, Florida; George Lynch, a graphic artist & a prt time minister from West Hollywood, California; Ann Antell, a teacher from Ypsilanti, Michigan (whose 3-day cash winnings total $18,110).

  • S02E101 1986-01-27

    • January 27, 1986

  • S02E102 1986-01-28

    • January 28, 1986

  • S02E103 Beryl Arbit, Alberto Isaac, Karen Stevens

    • January 29, 1986

    Karen Stevens, a lawyer from Los Angeles; Alberto Isaac, from Los Angeles; Beryl Arbit, from Encino, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $21,201).

  • S02E104 1986-01-30

    • January 30, 1986

  • S02E105 1986-01-31

    • January 31, 1986

  • S02E106 Garth Sturdevant, David Whitehorse, Dorothy Williams

    • February 3, 1986

    Dorothy Williams, a farmer originally from Cleveland, Ohio; David Whitehorse, an artist from Santa Ysabel, California; Garth Sturdevant, a United States Marine Corps major from Encinitas, California.

  • S02E107 Garth Sturdevant, Paul Rouffa, Jamie Capwell

    • February 4, 1986

    Jamie Capwell, a lawyer from San Francisco, California; Paul Rouffa, an actor from Forest Park, Illinois; Garth Sturdevant, a United States Marine Corps major from Encinitas, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $17,001).

  • S02E108 Paul Rouffa, Steve Wenrick, Judy Hedden

    • February 5, 1986

    Judy Hedden, a database representative originally from San Francisco, California; Steve Wenrick, a programmer originally from Reading, Pennsylvania; Paul Rouffa, an actor from Forest Park, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,000).

  • S02E109 Paul Rouffa, George Strine, Buff McKinley

    • February 6, 1986

    Buff McKinley, a freelance photographer from Venice, California; George Strine, a writer & a former private investigator originally from New Philadelphia, Ohio; Paul Rouffa, an actor from Forest Park, Illinois (whose 2-day cash winnings total $16,601).

  • S02E110 Paul Rouffa, Jean Reynolds, Melody Keller

    • February 7, 1986

    Melody Keller, a freelance typographer originally from Santa Monica, California; Jean Reynolds, a registered nurse originally from Long Beach, California; Paul Rouffa, an actor from Forest Park, Illinois (whose 3-day cash winnings total $24,800).

  • S02E111 Paul Rouffa, Steve Lawson, Susan Fox-Davis

    • February 10, 1986

    Susan Fox-Davis, a video technician from Van Nuys, California; Steve Lawson, a writer & a journalist from New York City, New York; Paul Rouffa, an actor from Forest Park, Illinois (whose 4-day cash winnings total $33,200).

  • S02E112 Dan Green, Pat Nilsson, Miles Neff

    • February 11, 1986

    Miles Neff, a television cameraman from Long Beach, California; Pat Nilsson, a travel writer from San Diego, California; Dan Green, a teacher from Las Vegas, Nevada.

  • S02E113 Dan Green, Neil Jensen, Nancy Brough

    • February 12, 1986

    Nancy Brough, a speech pathologist from Santa Monica, California; Neil Jensen, a sales manager originally from Chicago, Illinois; Dan Green, a teacher from Las Vegas, Nevada (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,700).

  • S02E114 Dan Green, Lori Reichart, Bob Mesch

    • February 13, 1986

    Bob Mesch, a counselor-tutor from San Diego, California; Lori Reichart, from Northridge, California; Dan Green, a teacher from Las Vegas, Nevada (whose 2-day cash winnings total $18,800).

  • S02E115 Dan Green, Ben Harris, Jared

    • February 14, 1986

    Jared, an entertainment lawyer from San Jose, California; Ben Harris, originally from New York City; Dan Green, a teacher from Las Vegas, Nevada (whose 3-day cash winnings total $24,800).

  • S02E116 1986-02-17

    • February 17, 1986

  • S02E117 1986-02-18

    • February 18, 1986

  • S02E118 1986-02-19

    • February 19, 1986

  • S02E119 1986-02-20

    • February 20, 1986

  • S02E120 1986-02-21

    • February 21, 1986

  • S02E121 Joe Pipp, Jim Bell, Bobbie Harrison

    • February 24, 1986

    Bobbie Harrison, a homemaker from Lake Bluff, Illinois; Jim Bell, a lawyer from Frankfort, Connecticut; Joe Pipp, an engineering graduate from Ann Arbor, Michigan (whose 2-day cash winnings total $17,500).

  • S02E122 Joe Pipp, Leslie Johnson Kelsey, Chub Feeney

    • February 25, 1986

    Chub Feeney, from TBD; Leslie Johnson Kelsey, from TBD; Joe Pipp, an engineering graduate from Ann Arbor, Michigan.

  • S02E123 Leslie Johnson Kelsey, Michael, Shirley

    • February 26, 1986

    Shirley, from TBD; Michael, from TBD; Leslie Johnson Kelsey, from (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,999).

  • S02E124 1986-02-27

    • February 27, 1986

  • S02E125 1986-02-28

    • February 28, 1986

  • S02E126 1986-03-03

    • March 3, 1986

  • S02E127 1986-03-04

    • March 4, 1986

  • S02E128 1986-03-05

    • March 5, 1986

  • S02E129 1986-03-06

    • March 6, 1986

  • S02E130 1986-03-07

    • March 7, 1986

  • S02E131 1986-03-10

    • March 10, 1986

  • S02E132 1986-03-11

    • March 11, 1986

  • S02E133 1986-03-12

    • March 12, 1986

  • S02E134 1986-03-13

    • March 13, 1986

  • S02E135 1986-03-14

    • March 14, 1986

  • S02E136 1986-03-17

    • March 17, 1986

  • S02E137 1986-03-18

    • March 18, 1986

  • S02E138 1986-03-19

    • March 19, 1986

  • S02E139 1986-03-20

    • March 20, 1986

  • S02E140 1986-03-21

    • March 21, 1986

  • S02E141 1986-03-24

    • March 24, 1986

  • S02E142 1986-03-25

    • March 25, 1986

  • S02E143 1986-03-26

    • March 26, 1986

  • S02E144 1986-03-27

    • March 27, 1986

  • S02E145 1986-03-28

    • March 28, 1986

  • S02E146 1986-03-31

    • March 31, 1986

  • S02E147 1986-04-01

    • April 1, 1986

  • S02E148 1986-04-02

    • April 2, 1986

  • S02E149 1986-04-03

    • April 3, 1986

  • S02E150 Tom McCrossan, Andrea Reid, Phil Purganan

    • April 4, 1986

    Phil Purganan, a sales manager from Daly City, California; Andrea Reid, a savings counselor from Culver City, California; Tom McCrossan, a sales representative originally from Rochester, New York.

  • S02E151 Phil Purganan, Donald Burgo, Diana Collins-Moschini

    • April 7, 1986

    Diana Collins-Moschini, an interpreter originally from Pascagoula, Mississippi; Donald Burgo, a teacher from St. Louis, Missouri; Phil Purganan, a sales manager from Daly City, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $5,399).

  • S02E152 1986-04-08

    • April 8, 1986

  • S02E153 1986-04-09

    • April 9, 1986

  • S02E154 Donald Burgo, Kathy Collins, Mike Petrina

    • April 10, 1986

    Mike Petrina, a vice president of legislative relations from Arlington, Virginia; Kathy Collins, an attorney from Des Moines, Iowa; Donald Burgo, a teacher from St. Louis, Missouri (whose 3-day cash winnings total $15,180).

  • S02E155 1986-04-11

    • April 11, 1986

  • S02E156 1986-04-14

    • April 14, 1986

  • S02E157 1986-04-15

    • April 15, 1986

  • S02E158 1986-04-16

    • April 16, 1986

  • S02E159 1986-04-17

    • April 17, 1986

  • S02E160 1986-04-18

    • April 18, 1986

  • S02E161 1986-04-21

    • April 21, 1986

  • S02E162 Kurt Weldon, Randy Amasia, Susan Sanchez

    • April 22, 1986

    Susan Sanchez, a schoolteacher originally from Newton Center, Massachusetts; Randy Amasia, an editorial analyst from Los Angeles, California; Kurt Weldon, a comedian & a writer from Beverly Hills, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $14,200).

  • S02E163 Randy Amasia, Pam Wells, Lois Rothman

    • April 23, 1986

    Lois Rothman, a social worker from Miami, Florida; Pam Wells, a legal secretary from Detroit, Michigan; Randy Amasia, an editorial analyst from Los Angeles, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $6,900).

  • S02E164 Pam Wells, Janet Manley McNeil, Warren Harshbarger

    • April 24, 1986

    Warren Harshbarger, an actor & a movie reviewer from Portland, Oregon; Janet Manley McNeil, an educator from San Diego, California; Pam Wells, a legal secretary from Detroit, Michigan (whose 1-day cash winnings total $599).

  • S02E165 1986-04-25

    • April 25, 1986

  • S02E166 1986-04-28

    • April 28, 1986

  • S02E167 1986-04-29

    • April 29, 1986

  • S02E168 1986-04-30

    • April 30, 1986

  • S02E169 1986-05-01

    • May 1, 1986

  • S02E170 1986-05-02

    • May 2, 1986

  • S02E171 1986-05-05

    • May 5, 1986

  • S02E172 1986-05-06

    • May 6, 1986

  • S02E173 1986-05-07

    • May 7, 1986

  • S02E174 1986-05-08

    • May 8, 1986

  • S02E175 1986-05-09

    • May 9, 1986

  • S02E176 1986-05-12

    • May 12, 1986

  • S02E177 1986-05-13

    • May 13, 1986

  • S02E178 Stanton Korn, Joe Schmitz, Marie Peterson

    • May 14, 1986

    Marie Peterson, a medical technical translator from Hartland, Wisconsin; Joe Schmitz, a helicopter pilot & maintenance officer from Fort Bragg, North Carolina; Stanton Korn, an attorney from Studio City, California.

  • S02E179 1986-05-15

    • May 15, 1986

  • S02E180 1986-05-16

    • May 16, 1986

  • S02E181 Paul Hill, Ellen Kaufman, Lin Mueller

    • May 19, 1986

    Lin Mueller, an expediter from Vista, California; Ellen Kaufman, a product manager from Studio City, California; Paul Hill, a creative director from San Francisco, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $6,400).

  • S02E182 1986-05-20

    • May 20, 1986

  • S02E183 1986-05-21

    • May 21, 1986

  • S02E184 1986-05-22

    • May 22, 1986

  • S02E185 1986-05-23

    • May 23, 1986

  • S02E186 1986-05-26

    • May 26, 1986

  • S02E187 Marvin Shinkman, Jackie Finn, Greg Asbagh

    • May 27, 1986

    Greg Asbagh, a student from San Jose, California; Jackie Finn, a medical technician & lab supervisor from Timonium, Maryland; Marvin Shinkman, a stamp dealer from Van Nuys, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,801).

  • S02E188 1986-05-28

    • May 28, 1986

  • S02E189 Marvin Shinkman, Robert Wargo, Francis Hambidge

    • May 29, 1986

    Francis Hambidge, a freelance story analyst originally from Liverpool, England; Robert Wargo, a student from Fairfield, Connecticut; Marvin Shinkman, a stamp dealer from Van Nuys, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $27,003).

  • S02E190 Marvin Shinkman, Kathleen Guzzi, Paul Baress

    • May 30, 1986

    Paul Baress, a sales manager from Van Nuys, California; Kathleen Guzzi, a housewife from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Marvin Shinkman, a stamp dealer from Van Nuys, California (whose 4-day cash winnings total $39,203).

  • S02E191 1986-06-02

    • June 2, 1986

  • S02E192 1986-06-03

    • June 3, 1986

  • S02E193 1986-06-04

    • June 4, 1986

  • S02E194 1986-06-05

    • June 5, 1986

  • S02E195 1986-06-06

    • June 6, 1986

Season 3

  • S03E01 Susan Sackett, Florence Cohen, Sandra Cheltenham (Season 3 begins)

    • September 8, 1986

    Sandra Cheltenham, a singer from Los Angeles, California; Florence Cohen, a teacher from Los Angeles, California; Susan Sackett, a writer from Studio City, California.

  • S03E02 1986-09-09

    • September 9, 1986

  • S03E03 1986-09-10

    • September 10, 1986

  • S03E04 Fern Cogar, Steve Lipman, Tony Barreto

    • September 11, 1986

    Tony Barreto, a deputy district attorney originally from New Bedford, Massachusetts; Steve Lipman, a teacher from Fullerton, California; Fern Cogar, a registered nurse from Pasadena, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,900).

  • S03E05 Fern Cogar, Wade Ballard, Roger Storm

    • September 12, 1986

    Roger Storm, a teacher from Fairview Park, Ohio; Wade Ballard, an attorney from Greenville, South Carolina; Fern Cogar, a registered nurse from Pasadena, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $20,700).

  • S03E06 Roger Storm, Kay Guesdon, Thomas Bernhard

    • September 15, 1986

    Thomas Bernhard, a technical writer from Fremont, California; Kay Guesdon, a housewife from Sherman Oaks, California; Roger Storm, a teacher from Fairview Park, Ohio (whose 1-day cash winnings total $3,799).

  • S03E07 1986-09-16

    • September 16, 1986

  • S03E08 Roger Storm, Ira Levine, Linda Leipheimer

    • September 17, 1986

    Linda Leipheimer, a homemaker from Encino, California; Ira Levine, a writer originally from Denver, Colorado; Roger Storm, a teacher from Fairview Park, Ohio (whose 3-day cash winnings total $19,401).

  • S03E09 Roger Storm, Karin Hofland, Marc Wade

    • September 18, 1986

    Marc Wade, a systems analyst originally from Sacremento, California; Karin Hofland, a novelist from Santa Monica, California; Roger Storm, a teacher from Fairview Park, Ohio (whose 4-day cash winnings total $31,200).

  • S03E10 Marc Wade, Ed Coyne, Tim Singer

    • September 19, 1986

    Tim Singer, a writer originally from Tyrone, Pennsylvania; Ed Coyne, an airline pilot from Mission Viejo, California; Marc Wade, a systems analyst originally from Sacremento, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $6,500).

  • S03E11 1986-09-22

    • September 22, 1986

  • S03E12 1986-09-23

    • September 23, 1986

  • S03E13 Heidi Yorkshire, Don Tracy, Pat Van Hartesveldt

    • September 24, 1986

    Pat Van Hartesveldt, a music contract administrator originally from New York; Don Tracy, a lawyer originally from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Heidi Yorkshire, a freelance writer from Beverly Hills, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,900).

  • S03E14 Don Tracy, Chas Wilson, Jim Bell

    • September 25, 1986

    Jim Bell, a student from Branford, Connecticut; Chas Wilson, an artillery officer from Watertown, New York; Don Tracy, a lawyer originally from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,300).

  • S03E15 1986-09-26

    • September 26, 1986

  • S03E16 Zanete Barons, Tom Rutledge, Paul Raymond

    • September 29, 1986

    Paul Raymond, a professor of political science originally from Buffalo, New York; Tom Rutledge, a freelance journalist originally from Columbus, Ohio; Zanete Barons, a freelance writer from Roseville, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $4,300).

  • S03E17 1986-09-30

    • September 30, 1986

  • S03E18 1986-10-01

    • October 1, 1986

  • S03E19 1986-10-02

    • October 2, 1986

  • S03E20 Carl Brady, Ty Walker, Sharon Miyasato

    • October 3, 1986

    Sharon Miyasato, an attorney originally from Hawaii; Ty Walker, a management analyst originally from Middletown, Pennsylvania; Carl Brady, a U.S. Navy flight officer originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (whose 1-day cash winnings total $6,000).

  • S03E21 1986-10-06

    • October 6, 1986

  • S03E22 1986-10-07

    • October 7, 1986

  • S03E23 Carl Brady, Bob Menaker, Janet DeLand

    • October 8, 1986

    Janet DeLand, a research editor from Marina Del Rey, California; Bob Menaker, a journalist from Alexandria, Virginia; Carl Brady, a U.S. Navy flight officer originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (whose 4-day cash winnings total $24,900).

  • S03E24 1986-10-09

    • October 9, 1986

  • S03E25 Steve Cowie, Dave Traini, Rosalie Hill

    • October 10, 1986

    Rosalie Hill, a bookkeeper from Arroyo Grande, California; Dave Traini, a teacher from Medford Lakes, New Jersey; Steve Cowie, an actor from New York City, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $14,801).

  • S03E26 Dave Traini, Jackie Giles, Alec Binnie

    • October 13, 1986

    Alec Binnie, a student originally from Des Moines, Iowa; Jackie Giles, a real estate appraiser from San Diego, California; Dave Traini, a teacher from Medford Lakes, New Jersey (whose 1-day cash winnings total $14,601).

  • S03E27 Dave Traini, Ian Barondess, Paul Schindler Jr.

    • October 14, 1986

    Paul Schindler Jr., a journalist originally from Portland, Oregon; Ian Barondess, a salesperson originally from Great Neck, New York; Dave Traini, a teacher from Medford Lakes, New Jersey (whose 2-day cash winnings total $26,601).

  • S03E28 Dave Traini, Tom Grexa, JoAnn Lum

    • October 15, 1986

    JoAnn Lum, an engineering student from Carlsbad, California; Tom Grexa, a assistant dean of admissions from Charlottesville, Virginia; Dave Traini, a teacher from Medford Lakes, New Jersey.

  • S03E29 Dave Traini, Elizabeth Charland, Brian Barrett

    • October 16, 1986

    Brian Barrett, a carpenter from Venice, California; Elizabeth Charland, a water engineer originally from Mount Vernon, Indiana; Dave Traini, a teacher from Medford Lakes, New Jersey (whose 4-day cash winnings total $44,002).

  • S03E30 1986-10-17

    • October 17, 1986

  • S03E31 1986-10-20

    • October 20, 1986

  • S03E32 1986-10-21

    • October 21, 1986

  • S03E33 Janet Stevenson, Marji Hanson, Michael Tanner

    • October 22, 1986

    Michael Tanner, a piano tuner from New York, New York; Marji Hanson, a salesperson from San Diego, California; Janet Stevenson, a housewife originally from Sioux City, Iowa (whose 3-day cash winnings total $15,100).

  • S03E34 1986-10-23

    • October 23, 1986

  • S03E35 1986-10-24

    • October 24, 1986

  • S03E36 1986-10-27

    • October 27, 1986

  • S03E37 1986-10-28

    • October 28, 1986

  • S03E38 1986-10-29

    • October 29, 1986

  • S03E39 1986-10-30

    • October 30, 1986

  • S03E40 Jeff Suto, Rosemary Woodlock, Brad Geagley

    • October 31, 1986

    Brad Geagley, a writer & game designer from Los Angeles, California; Rosemary Woodlock, an attorney originally from Texas; Jeff Suto, a law student originally from Hacienda Heights, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,000).

  • S03E41 Brad Geagley, Sherman Allen, Colleen Yarnell

    • November 3, 1986

    Colleen Yarnell, a homemaker originally from Minnesota; Sherman Allen, an actor originally from Dallas, Texas; Brad Geagley, a writer & game designer from Los Angeles, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $4,399).

  • S03E42 Sherman Allen, Nancy Zende, Dave Maney

    • November 4, 1986

    Dave Maney, a student originally from Binghamton, New York; Nancy Zende, a homemaker from Greenville, South Carolina; Sherman Allen, an actor originally from Dallas, Texas (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,200).

  • S03E43 1986-11-05

    • November 5, 1986

  • S03E44 Richard Gelb, Linda Williams, Ken Harrison

    • November 6, 1986

    Ken Harrison, a computer programmer from Cincinnati, Ohio; Linda Williams, an engineering reports clerk from Pasadena, California; Richard Gelb, a writer from New York City (whose 1-day cash winnings total $2,800).

  • S03E45 1986-11-07

    • November 7, 1986

  • S03E46 S03 Tournament of Champions Quarterfinal Game 1

    • November 10, 1986

    Danny Green, a teacher from Las Vegas, Nevada; Lionel Goldbart, a retired schoolteacher from Miami Beach, Florida; Jay Rosenberg, a professor of philosophy from Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

  • S03E47 S03 Tournament of Champions Quarterfinal Game 2

    • November 11, 1986

    Jared Eisenstat, a lawyer from Hicksville, New York; Marvin Shinkman, a stamp dealer from Sherman Oaks, California; Paul Rouffa, an actor from Forest Park, Illinois.

  • S03E48 S03 Tournament of Champions Quarterfinal Game 3

    • November 12, 1986

    Beryl Arbit, a legal assistant from Los Angeles, California; Mark Leinwand, a television business affairs executive from Los Angeles, California; Donald Burgo, a college teacher from St. Louis, Missouri.

  • S03E49 S03 Tournament of Champions Quarterfinal Game 4

    • November 13, 1986

    Eric Schoeck, a radio talk show host from Santa Cruz, California; Harvey Becker, a writer from Venice, California; Gary Giardina, an opera singer from New York City, New York.

  • S03E50 S03 Tournament of Champions Quarterfinal Game 5

    • November 14, 1986

    Gary Palmer, a physician from Palm Springs, California; Guy Tonti, a telecommunications manager from Vallejo, California; Chuck Forrest, a law student from Grand Blanc, Michigan.

  • S03E51 S03 Tournament of Champions Semifinal Game 1

    • November 17, 1986

    Gary Palmer, a physician from Palm Springs, California; Marvin Shinkman, a stamp dealer from Sherman Oaks, California; Donald Burgo, a college teacher from St. Louis, Missouri.

  • S03E52 S03 Tournament of Champions Semifinal Game 2

    • November 18, 1986

    Gary Giardina, an opera singer from New York City, New York; Jay Rosenberg, a professor of philosophy from Chapel Hill, North Carolina; Chuck Forrest, a law student from Grand Blanc, Michigan.

  • S03E53 S03 Tournament of Champions Semifinal Game 3

    • November 19, 1986

    Lionel Goldbart, a retired schoolteacher from Miami Beach, Florida; Beryl Arbit, a legal assistant from Los Angeles, California; Paul Rouffa, an actor from Forest Park, Illinois.

  • S03E54 S03 Tournament of Champions Final Game 1

    • November 20, 1986

    Marvin Shinkman, a stamp dealer from Sherman Oaks, California; Chuck Forrest, a law student from Grand Blanc, Michigan; Paul Rouffa, an actor from Forest Park, Illinois.

  • S03E55 S03 Tournament of Champions Final Game 2

    • November 21, 1986

    Marvin Shinkman, a stamp dealer from Sherman Oaks, California (subtotal of $1,600); Chuck Forrest, a law student from Grand Blanc, Michigan (subtotal of $6,600); Paul Rouffa, an actor from Forest Park, Illinois (subtotal of $4,000).

  • S03E56 Linda Williams, Patty Young, Jeff Ramsey

    • November 24, 1986

    Jeff Ramsey, a news director from Medford, Oregon; Patty Young, an accountant from Azusa, California; Linda Williams, an engineering reports clerk from Pasadena, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $14,100).

  • S03E57 1986-11-25

    • November 25, 1986

  • S03E58 1986-11-26

    • November 26, 1986

  • S03E59 1986-11-27

    • November 27, 1986

  • S03E60 1986-11-28

    • November 28, 1986

  • S03E61 1986-12-01

    • December 1, 1986

  • S03E62 1986-12-02

    • December 2, 1986

  • S03E63 1986-12-03

    • December 3, 1986

  • S03E64 1986-12-04

    • December 4, 1986

  • S03E65 1986-12-05

    • December 5, 1986

  • S03E66 Lee Pritchard, Bill Ryan, Annette Freestone

    • December 8, 1986

    Annette Freestone, a graduate student from Clovis, New Mexico; Bill Ryan, a national sales representative from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Lee Pritchard, a writer originally from East Lansing, Michigan (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,000).

  • S03E67 1986-12-09

    • December 9, 1986

  • S03E68 Steven Goldstein, John Ling, David Epperson

    • December 10, 1986

    David Epperson, a waiter originally from Colorado Springs, Colorado; John Ling, a radiologist originally from Chongqing, China; Steven Goldstein, a sales manager from Rancho Palos Verdes, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $5,000).

  • S03E69 Steven Goldstein, Bill Blum, Debbie Sherry

    • December 11, 1986

    Debbie Sherry, a nurse from Yuba City, California; Bill Blum, a freelance writer from Studio City, California; Steven Goldstein, a sales manager from Rancho Palos Verdes, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $11,299).

  • S03E70 Debbie Sherry, Steve Baker, Adrienne Bell

    • December 12, 1986

    Adrienne Bell, a teacher from San Diego, California; Steve Baker, a professor of international politics from Pacific Grove, California; Debbie Sherry, a nurse from Yuba City, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,600).

  • S03E71 Debbie Sherry, Phyllis McDonald, Chris Strom

    • December 15, 1986

    Chris Strom, an actuary from Greenville, South Carolina; Phyllis McDonald, a homemaker from Kentfield, California; Debbie Sherry, a nurse from Yuba City, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $16,500).

  • S03E72 Phyllis McDonald, Maria Lasalvia-Seliga, Eric Balaban

    • December 16, 1986

    Eric Balaban, a student from Silver Spring, Maryland; Maria Lasalvia-Seliga, a teacher from Metuchen, New Jersey; Phyllis McDonald, a homemaker from Kentfield, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $2,799).

  • S03E73 Phyllis McDonald, Frank Hughes, Judy Kilbane Koch

    • December 17, 1986

    Judy Kilbane Koch, an attorney originally from Cleveland, Ohio; Frank Hughes, an account executive from Torrance, California; Phyllis McDonald, a homemaker from Kentfield, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $7,299).

  • S03E74 1986-12-18

    • December 18, 1986

  • S03E75 Frank Hughes, Dan Schaffer, Pat Rounds

    • December 19, 1986

    Pat Rounds, a sales trainer from Silver Spring, Maryland; Dan Schaffer, a high school teacher from San Diego, California; Frank Hughes, an account executive from Torrance, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $20,401).

  • S03E76 Frank Hughes, Pam Bearce, David Albrecht

    • December 22, 1986

    David Albrecht, a student from Kansas City; Pam Bearce, a commercial property manager from Kaneohe, Hawaii; Frank Hughes, an account executive from Torrance, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $21,800).

  • S03E77 Frank Hughes, Scott Cooper, Susan Powell-Turton

    • December 23, 1986

    Susan Powell-Turton, originally from Fort Worth, Texas; Scott Cooper, an Army lawyer from Washington, D.C.; Frank Hughes, an account executive from Torrance, California (whose 4-day cash winnings total $24,300).

  • S03E78 Frank Ford, Morgan Sloane, Kathleen Hagen

    • December 24, 1986

    Kathleen Hagen, a registered nurse originally from Ottawa, Canada; Morgan Sloane, a writer & director originally from New York City; Frank Ford, a teacher from Santa Monica, California.

  • S03E79 1986-12-25

    • December 25, 1986

  • S03E80 1986-12-26

    • December 26, 1986

  • S03E81 1986-12-29

    • December 29, 1986

  • S03E82 David Shear, Gerry Shefler, Steve Faber

    • December 30, 1986

    Steve Faber, a mail order executive from Los Angeles, California; Gerry Shefler, a tax preparer from Gibsonia, Pennsylvania; David Shear, a copy editor from Los Angeles, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,801).

  • S03E83 David Shear, Barbara Jackson, J.C. Turner

    • December 31, 1986

    J.C. Turner, a pharmacy student from Amelia, Virginia; Barbara Jackson, a sales support manager from Reseda, California; David Shear, a copy editor from Los Angeles, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $24,402).

  • S03E84 J.C. Turner, Randy Jackson, Marjorie Kelly

    • January 1, 1987

    Marjorie Kelly, a student from Santa Monica, California; Randy Jackson, a branch sales manager originally from Memphis, Tennessee; J.C. Turner, a pharmacy student from Amelia, Virginia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,000).

  • S03E85 J.C. Turner, David Weintraub, Keith Bell

    • January 2, 1987

    Keith Bell, a personnel specialist from Alexandria, Virginia; David Weintraub, an assistant professor of travel & tourism from Middletown, New York; J.C. Turner, a pharmacy student from Amelia, Virginia (whose 2-day cash winnings total $15,800).

  • S03E86 Keith Bell, Charlene Hofferstad, Dale Butland

    • January 5, 1987

    Dale Butland, a press secretary originally from Columbus, Ohio; Charlene Hofferstad, a housewife from North Haven, Connecticut; Keith Bell, a personnel specialist from Alexandria, Virginia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $13,901).

  • S03E87 Keith Bell, Dale Butland, David Dickman

    • January 6, 1987

    David Dickman, a magazine editor from North Hollywood, California; Dale Butland, a press secretary originally from Columbus, Ohio (whose 1-day cash winnings total $2,000); Keith Bell, a personnel specialist from Alexandria, Virginia (whose 2-day cash winnings total $15,901).

  • S03E88 Keith Bell, Leigh Colitre, Fran Oney

    • January 7, 1987

    Fran Oney, a retired chemist originally from Newark, New Jersey; Leigh Colitre, a volunteer worker from Los Angeles, California; Keith Bell, a personnel specialist from Alexandria, Virginia (whose 3-day cash winnings total $26,101).

  • S03E89 Keith Bell, Chris Desser, Judi Greenberg

    • January 8, 1987

    Judi Greenberg, a housewife from Northbrook, Illinois; Chris Desser, an attorney from Santa Monica, California; Keith Bell, a personnel specialist from Alexandria, Virginia (whose 4-day cash winnings total $37,051).

  • S03E90 Patty Godon-Tann, George Neil, Mark Palmer

    • January 9, 1987

    Mark Palmer, a financial proofreader from Long Beach, California; George Neil, a copywriter from Los Angeles, California; Patty Godon-Tann, a teacher from Santa Monica, California.

  • S03E91 1987-01-12

    • January 12, 1987

  • S03E92 Sharon Miyasato, Mark Winburne, Janet Weymouth

    • January 13, 1987

    Janet Weymouth, a professional mother from Newport News, Virginia; Mark Winburne, a copywriter from Memphis, Tennessee; Sharon Miyasato, an attorney from Oakland, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $13,999).

  • S03E93 1987-01-14

    • January 14, 1987

  • S03E94 Lance Lawson, Justin Culkowski, Sheila Halko

    • January 15, 1987

    Sheila Halko, a sales representative from Depew, New York; Justin Culkowski, a college administrator originally from Buffalo, New York; Lance Lawson, a product manager originally from Moline, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,410).

  • S03E95 Justin Culkowski, Mike Williams, JoFrannye Reichert

    • January 16, 1987

    JoFrannye Reichert, a logistician from Yellow Springs, Ohio; Mike Williams, a teacher originally from Huntington, West Virginia; Justin Culkowski, a college administrator originally from Buffalo, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $3,100).

  • S03E96 1987-01-19

    • January 19, 1987

  • S03E97 1987-01-20

    • January 20, 1987

  • S03E98 1987-01-21

    • January 21, 1987

  • S03E99 1987-01-22

    • January 22, 1987

  • S03E100 1987-01-23

    • January 23, 1987

  • S03E101 1987-01-26

    • January 26, 1987

  • S03E102 1987-01-27

    • January 27, 1987

  • S03E103 Jim Crawford, Rex Schultz, Mary Frances Smith

    • January 28, 1987

    Mary Frances Smith, a homemaker from Memphis, Tennessee; Rex Schultz, a trial lawyer from Baltimore, Maryland; Jim Crawford, a letter carrier from Seal Beach, California. First segment only.

  • S03E104 Rex Schultz, Lindsay Franco-Ferreira, Margaret Wheeler

    • January 29, 1987

    Margaret Wheeler, a high school librarian originally from Phoenix, Arizona; Lindsay Franco-Ferreira, a store manager originally from Surrey, England; Rex Schultz, a trial lawyer from Baltimore, Maryland (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,100).

  • S03E105 Rex Schultz, Nancy Neff, Irwin Moskowitz

    • January 30, 1987

    Irwin Moskowitz, a marketing manager originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Nancy Neff, a teacher from Chattanooga, Tennessee; Rex Schultz, a trial lawyer from Baltimore, Maryland (whose 2-day cash winnings total $19,800).

  • S03E106 Nancy Neff, Claude Welch, Mike Stafford

    • February 2, 1987

    Mike Stafford, a radio newscaster originally from Toronto, Canada; Claude Welch, a professor from Buffalo, New York; Nancy Neff, a teacher from Chattanooga, Tennessee (whose 1-day cash winnings total $13,000). Alex announces the upcoming inaugural Teen Tournament at the beginning of the show.

  • S03E107 Claude Welch, Linda Lyle, Joel Nathanson

    • February 3, 1987

    Joel Nathanson, a dentist from Baltimore, Maryland; Linda Lyle, an educational travel coordinator originally from Knoxville, Tennessee; Claude Welch, a professor from Buffalo, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $6,800).

  • S03E108 Joel Nathanson, Charlie Orlowek, Maggie Moe

    • February 4, 1987

    Maggie Moe, a law clerk & student from Los Angeles, California; Charlie Orlowek, a marketing consultant from Chicago, Illinois; Joel Nathanson, a dentist from Baltimore, Maryland (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,401).

  • S03E109 1987-02-05

    • February 5, 1987

  • S03E110 Joel Nathanson, Susan Kaisler, Mary Hammond

    • February 6, 1987

    Mary Hammond, a homemaker originally from Kansas City, Missouri; Susan Kaisler, a French teacher from Mesa, Arizona; Joel Nathanson, a dentist from Baltimore, Maryland (whose 3-day cash winnings total $20,801).

  • S03E111 Mary Hammond, Paula Weissman, Jake Harlee

    • February 9, 1987

    Jake Harlee, a law student from La Palma, California; Paula Weissman, a social worker from St. Louis, Missouri; Mary Hammond, a homemaker originally from Kansas City, Missouri (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,000).

  • S03E112 1987-02-10

    • February 10, 1987

  • S03E113 1987-02-11

    • February 11, 1987

  • S03E114 Keith Chun, Virginia Sielen, Bob White

    • February 12, 1987

    Bob White, a teacher from Cleveland Heights, Ohio; Virginia Sielen, a homemaker from Oakton, Virginia; Keith Chun, an actuary from Parsippany, New Jersey (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,801).

  • S03E115 Virginia Sielen, Sue O'Donnell, Lew Fox

    • February 13, 1987

    Lew Fox, a retired businessman originally from Floral Park, New York; Sue O'Donnell, a registered nurse from DeWitt, New York; Virginia Sielen, a homemaker from Oakton, Virginia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,599).

  • S03E116 S03 Teen Tournament Quarterfinal Game 1

    • February 16, 1987

    Curt King, a junior at Eleanor McMain Magnet High School from New Orleans, Louisiana; Dawn Marie Nolan, a senior at Fletcher Senior High School from Jacksonville Beach, Florida; Paul Egendorf, a senior at Tustin High School from Tustin, California.

  • S03E117 S03 Teen Tournament Quarterfinal Game 2

    • February 17, 1987

    Mitch Epner, a senior at Half Hollow Hills West High School from Dix Hills, New York; Amy Wilson, a junior at McGuinness High School from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Michael Galvin, a senior at Shaker Heights High School from Shaker Heights, Ohio.

  • S03E118 S03 Teen Tournament Quarterfinal Game 3

    • February 18, 1987

    Cres Formey, a junior at Windsor Forest High School from Savannah, Georgia; Sara Stanchina, a freshman at Lionville Junior High School from Downington, Pennsylvania; Salil Kumar, a senior at Isidore Newman High School from Harahan Louisiana.

  • S03E119 S03 Teen Tournament Quarterfinal Game 4

    • February 19, 1987

    Lisa Patterson, a junior at Pasadena High School from Pasadena, Texas; Brian Kalt, a freshman at Southfield Lathrup High School from Southfield, Michigan; Dana Venator, a junior at Briarcliff High School from Decatur, Georgia.

  • S03E120 S03 Teen Tournament Quarterfinal Game 5

    • February 20, 1987

    David Simon, a senior at Jonathan Dayton High School from Mountainside, New Jersey; Felicia Corralez, a junior at Belmont High School from Los Angeles, California; Mike Becker, a senior at Jesuit High School from Gretna, Louisiana.

  • S03E121 S03 Teen Tournament Semifinal Game 1

    • February 23, 1987

    Mitch Epner, a senior at Half Hollow Hills West High School from Dix Hills, New York; Brian Kalt, a freshman at Southfield Lathrup High School from Southfield, Michigan; Paul Egendorf, a senior at Tustin High School from Tustin, California.

  • S03E122 S03 Teen Tournament Semifinal Game 2

    • February 24, 1987

    Salil Kumar, a senior at Isidore Newman High School from Harahan Louisiana; Dana Venator, a junior at Briarcliff High School from Decatur, Georgia; David Simon, a senior at Jonathan Dayton High School from Mountainside, New Jersey.

  • S03E123 S03 Teen Tournament Semifinal Game 3

    • February 25, 1987

    Mike Becker, a senior at Jesuit High School from Gretna, Louisiana; Lisa Patterson, a junior at Pasadena High School from Pasadena, Texas; Michael Galvin, a senior at Shaker Heights High School from Shaker Heights, Ohio.

  • S03E124 S03 Teen Tournament Final Game 1

    • February 26, 1987

    Mitch Epner, a senior at Half Hollow Hills West High School from Dix Hills, New York; Dana Venator, a junior at Briarcliff High School from Decatur, Georgia; Michael Galvin, a senior at Shaker Heights High School from Shaker Heights, Ohio.

  • S03E125 S03 Teen Tournament Final Game 2

    • February 27, 1987

    Mitch Epner, a senior at Half Hollow Hills West High School from Dix Hills, New York (subtotal of $7,200); Dana Venator, a junior at Briarcliff High School from Decatur, Georgia (subtotal of $4,600); Michael Galvin, a senior at Shaker Heights High School from Shaker Heights, Ohio (subtotal of $10,900).

  • S03E126 Virginia Sielen, Paula Wilhelm-Naughtin, Pat Howe

    • March 2, 1987

    Pat Howe, a homemaker from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Paula Wilhelm-Naughtin, a neighborhood association coordinator from Lawrence, Kansas; Virginia Sielen, a homemaker from Oakton, Virginia (whose 2-day cash winnings total $17,600). Alex announces the first Seniors Tournament.

  • S03E127 1987-03-03

    • March 3, 1987

  • S03E128 1987-03-04

    • March 4, 1987

  • S03E129 Judy Goodnight, Keith Walker, Barbara Platz

    • March 5, 1987

    Barbara Platz, a microbiologist from Hendersonville, North Carolina; Keith Walker, an attorney from Pomona, California; Judy Goodnight, a pre-kindergarten teacher from Memphis, Tennessee (whose 1-day cash winnings total $6,800).

  • S03E130 1987-03-06

    • March 6, 1987

  • S03E131 1987-03-09

    • March 9, 1987

  • S03E132 1987-03-10

    • March 10, 1987

  • S03E133 1987-03-11

    • March 11, 1987

  • S03E134 John Ryan, Judith Kallen Dry, Fran La Bruto

    • March 12, 1987

    Fran La Bruto, a chiropractor from Bayonne, New Jersey; Judith Kallen Dry, a dental hygienist from Chicago, Illinois; John Ryan, a student from Santa Barbara, California.

  • S03E135 John Ryan, Fran La Bruto, Elizabeth Souders

    • March 13, 1987

    Elizabeth Souders, a student originally from Stanley, Kansas; Fran La Bruto, a chiropractor from Bayonne, New Jersey (whose 1-day cash winnings total $5,800); John Ryan, a student from Santa Barbara, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $5,800). Portions of this show appear in Season 1, Episode 7 of of the Netflix series GLOW, set in 1985.

  • S03E136 John Ryan, Sara Fox, Jackson Wheeler

    • March 16, 1987

    Jackson Wheeler, a program manager from Ventura, California; Sara Fox, a playwright from Chicago, Illinois; John Ryan, a student from Santa Barbara, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $21,100).

  • S03E137 John Ryan, Brent Minor, Maggie Baker

    • March 17, 1987

    Maggie Baker, a flight attendant from Hermosa Beach, California; Brent Minor, a fundraising consultant originally from Charlotte, North Carolina; John Ryan, a student from Santa Barbara, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $34,500).

  • S03E138 John Ryan, Maxine Paley, Eric Oberhand

    • March 18, 1987

    Eric Oberhand, a computer consultant from Los Angeles, California; Maxine Paley, an auto body & paint shop owner originally from Brooklyn, New York; John Ryan, a student from Santa Barbara, California (whose 4-day cash winnings total $48,800).

  • S03E139 1987-03-19

    • March 19, 1987

  • S03E140 1987-03-20

    • March 20, 1987

  • S03E141 John Podhoretz, Ed Gardner, Tracy Bernstein

    • March 23, 1987

    Tracy Bernstein, a book publishing editor from New York City, New York; Ed Gardner, a reference librarian from Hoboken, New Jersey; John Podhoretz, a writer from Washington, D.C. (whose 2-day cash winnings total $11,600).

  • S03E142 1987-03-24

    • March 24, 1987

  • S03E143 1987-03-25

    • March 25, 1987

  • S03E144 1987-03-26

    • March 26, 1987

  • S03E145 Pam Quillan, Kate Kahn, Dale Webster

    • March 27, 1987

    Dale Webster, a sales representative originally from Omaha, Nebraska; Kate Kahn, a Secretary originally from Cincinnati, Ohio; Pam Quillan, a technical manager from Silver Spring, Maryland (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,400).

  • S03E146 1987-03-30

    • March 30, 1987

  • S03E147 1987-03-31

    • March 31, 1987

  • S03E148 1987-04-01

    • April 1, 1987

  • S03E149 1987-04-02

    • April 2, 1987

  • S03E150 1987-04-03

    • April 3, 1987

  • S03E151 Joel Lewin, David Roussel, Carol Childs

    • April 6, 1987

    Carol Childs, a lawyer from Studio City, California; David Roussel, an accountant from Sunland, California; Joel Lewin, from Van Nuys, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,799).

  • S03E152 David Roussel, Woods Gleason, Jonathan Vaughan

    • April 7, 1987

    Jonathan Vaughan, a graphics design student originally from Hong Kong; Woods Gleason, a film industry analyst originally from Charlottesville, Virginia; David Roussel, an accountant from Sunland, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,500).

  • S03E153 1987-04-08

    • April 8, 1987

  • S03E154 1987-04-09

    • April 9, 1987

  • S03E155 Chris Walkey, Burton Boxerman, Linda Christiano

    • April 10, 1987

    Linda Christiano, a teacher from Alto Loma, California; Burton Boxerman, a retired teacher from St. Louis, Missouri; Chris Walkey, a jeweler originally from Boston, Massachusetts (whose 1-day cash winnings total $6,000).

  • S03E156 Chris Walkey, Bev Praver, Jim Ryan

    • April 13, 1987

    Jim Ryan, a writer from Alexandria, Virginia; Bev Praver, an entertaining educator from Covina, California; Chris Walkey, a jeweler originally from Boston, Massachusetts (whose 2-day cash winnings total $14,801).

  • S03E157 Jim Ryan, Carol Jackson, Vince Scott

    • April 14, 1987

    Vince Scott, a physician originally from Detroit, Michigan; Carol Jackson, a teacher originally from Glasgow, Scotland; Jim Ryan, a writer from Alexandria, Virginia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $6,050).

  • S03E158 1987-04-15

    • April 15, 1987

  • S03E159 Jim Ryan, Mark Dunn, Claire Dujardin

    • April 16, 1987

    Claire Dujardin, a bookkeeper from Myakka City, Florida; Mark Dunn, an eligibility worker from Sherman Oaks, California; Jim Ryan, a writer from Alexandria, Virginia (whose 3-day cash winnings total $21,950).

  • S03E160 Jim Ryan, Bill Johnston, Anne Hallerman

    • April 17, 1987

    Anne Hallerman, a nursery school teacher from Richmond, Virginia; Bill Johnston, an aerospace engineer from Rancho Palos Verdes, California; Jim Ryan, a writer from Alexandria, Virginia (whose 4-day cash winnings total $21,950). Every clue was prepared by Victoria Haselton, whose ESL class she taught was in the audience.

  • S03E161 Anne Hallerman, Chuck Doskow, Larry Dundas

    • April 20, 1987

    Larry Dundas, a police officer from South Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Chuck Doskow, an attorney & law professor from Claremont, California; Anne Hallerman, a nursery school teacher from Richmond, Virginia (whose 2-day cash winnings total $10,601).

  • S03E162 Larry Dundas, Susan Wilcox, Richard Cordray

    • April 21, 1987

    Richard Cordray, a judicial clerk from Grove City, Ohio; Susan Wilcox, a video production manager from Honolulu, Hawaii; Larry Dundas, a police officer from South Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (whose 1-day cash winnings total $14,000).

  • S03E163 Richard Cordray, Marian Evans Melnick, Scott Myers

    • April 22, 1987

    Scott Myers, a teacher from Covina, California; Marian Evans Melnick, a former bank manager originally from New York City; Richard Cordray, a judicial clerk from Grove City, Ohio (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,800).

  • S03E164 Richard Cordray, Maureen Girr, Bob Hansen

    • April 23, 1987

    Bob Hansen, a proofreader from St. Paul, Minnesota; Maureen Girr, a homemaker from Newport, Rhode Island; Richard Cordray, a judicial clerk from Grove City, Ohio (whose 2-day cash winnings total $18,201).

  • S03E165 Richard Cordray, Yaier Lehrer, Donna DiMesa

    • April 24, 1987

    Donna DiMesa, a teacher from West Babylon, New York; Yaier Lehrer, an attorney from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Richard Cordray, a judicial clerk from Grove City, Ohio (whose 3-day cash winnings total $23,802).

  • S03E166 Richard Cordray, Eileen Oshinsky, Bob Peck

    • April 27, 1987

    Bob Peck, a forensic accountant from Irvine, California; Eileen Oshinsky, a writer & editor originally from New York; Richard Cordray, a judicial clerk from Grove City, Ohio (whose 4-day cash winnings total $34,902).

  • S03E167 Peggy Johnson, Bruce Adelstein, Nancy Adams

    • April 28, 1987

    Nancy Adams, a medical business manager from Albany, California; Bruce Adelstein, a research consultant from Los Angeles, California; Peggy Johnson, a teacher from San Diego, California.

  • S03E168 Bruce Adelstein, Richard Heft, Linda Shewey

    • April 29, 1987

    Linda Shewey, a housewife from Richmond, Virginia; Richard Heft, a screenwriter from North Hollywood, California; Bruce Adelstein, a research consultant from Los Angeles, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $5,700).

  • S03E169 Linda Shewey, Lance King, Ira Levine

    • April 30, 1987

    Ira Levine, a banker from Studio City, California; Lance King, a teacher originally from Buffalo, New York; Linda Shewey, a housewife from Richmond, Virginia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,000).

  • S03E170 1987-05-01

    • May 1, 1987

  • S03E171 1987-05-04

    • May 4, 1987

  • S03E172 1987-05-05

    • May 5, 1987

  • S03E173 1987-05-06

    • May 6, 1987

  • S03E174 1987-05-07

    • May 7, 1987

  • S03E175 Mark Stitham, Michael Aronson, Tim Casey

    • May 8, 1987

    Tim Casey, a graphic artist from St. Paul, Minnesota; Michael Aronson, a graduate student from Needham, Massachusetts; Mark Stitham, a physician from Kailua, Hawaii (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,100).

  • S03E176 S03 Seniors Tournament Quarterfinal Game 1

    • May 11, 1987

    Dorothy McClellan, an airline employee from Minneapolis, Minnesota; Joe Dobkins, a manufacturer's representative from Oceanside, New York; Irene Grzywacz, a teacher originally from Connecticut.

  • S03E177 S03 Seniors Tournament Quarterfinal Game 2

    • May 12, 1987

    Dan Zamos, a lawyer from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Ruth Henoch, a teacher from Potomac, Maryland; Frank Dillon, a part-time high school sports writer originally from Cleveland, Ohio.

  • S03E178 S03 Seniors Tournament Quarterfinal Game 3

    • May 13, 1987

    Joe McKenna, a retired professor of economics from St. Louis, Missouri; Madeline Hayes, a practical nurse from Los Angeles, California; Bill Ward, a resort manager from Kailua, Hawaii.

  • S03E179 S03 Seniors Tournament Quarterfinal Game 4

    • May 14, 1987

    Zeke Sevilla, Jr., a criminal lawyer from Vienna, Virginia; Barbara Coffey, a retired teacher from Brewster, New York; Jim Murk, a teacher & minister from Wheaton, Illinois.

  • S03E180 S03 Seniors Tournament Quarterfinal Game 5

    • May 15, 1987

    Lee Saunders, a part-time textbook editor from Orlando, Florida; Jane Weaver, a registered nurse originally from Minnesota; Phil Stehle, a production control supervisor from Seneca, South Carolina.

  • S03E181 S03 Seniors Tournament Semifinal Game 1

    • May 18, 1987

    Lee Saunders, a part-time textbook editor from Orlando, Florida; Joe McKenna, a retired professor of economics from St. Louis, Missouri; Ruth Henoch, a teacher from Potomac, Maryland.

  • S03E182 S03 Seniors Tournament Semifinal Game 2

    • May 19, 1987

    Bill Ward, a resort manager from Kailua, Hawaii; Frank Dillon, a part-time high school sports writer originally from Cleveland, Ohio; Irene Grzywacz, a teacher originally from Connecticut.

  • S03E183 S03 Seniors Tournament Semifinal Game 3

    • May 20, 1987

    Zeke Sevilla, Jr., a criminal lawyer from Vienna, Virginia; Phil Stehle, a production control supervisor from Seneca, South Carolina; Dorothy McClellan, an airline employee from Minneapolis, Minnesota.

  • S03E184 S03 Seniors Tournament Final Game 1

    • May 21, 1987

    Irene Grzywacz, a teacher originally from Connecticut; Lee Saunders, a part-time textbook editor from Orlando, Florida; Zeke Sevilla, Jr., a criminal lawyer from Vienna, Virginia.

  • S03E185 S03 Seniors Tournament Final Game 2

    • May 22, 1987

    Irene Grzywacz, a teacher originally from Connecticut (subtotal of $0); Lee Saunders, a part-time textbook editor from Orlando, Florida (subtotal of $5,800); Zeke Sevilla, Jr., a criminal lawyer from Vienna, Virginia (subtotal of $9,801).

  • S03E186 Tim Casey, Robin Gillen, Clara Poplin

    • May 25, 1987

    Clara Poplin, an attorney from Tampa, Florida; Robin Gillen, a graduate student from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Tim Casey, a graphic artist from St. Paul, Minnesota (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,799).

  • S03E187 1987-05-26

    • May 26, 1987

  • S03E188 1987-05-27

    • May 27, 1987

  • S03E189 1987-05-28

    • May 28, 1987

  • S03E190 1987-05-29

    • May 29, 1987

  • S03E191 1987-06-01

    • June 1, 1987

  • S03E192 1987-06-02

    • June 2, 1987

  • S03E193 1987-06-03

    • June 3, 1987

  • S03E194 1987-06-04

    • June 4, 1987

  • S03E195 1987-06-05

    • June 5, 1987

  • S03E196 1987-06-08

    • June 8, 1987

  • S03E197 1987-06-09

    • June 9, 1987

  • S03E198 1987-06-10

    • June 10, 1987

  • S03E199 1987-06-11

    • June 11, 1987

  • S03E200 Jonathan Fellows, Meg Shreve, Sue Gouldley

    • June 12, 1987

    Sue Gouldley, an underwriter from Somers Point, New Jersey; Meg Shreve, an attorney from Bolinas, California; Jonathan Fellows, a legislative assistant originally from Bellevue, Washington (whose 4-day cash winnings total $39,201).

  • S03E201 1987-06-15

    • June 15, 1987

  • S03E202 Meg Shreve, Dan, Robin

    • June 16, 1987

    Robin, from TBD; Dan, from TBD; Meg Shreve, an attorney from Bolinas, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $19,800).

  • S03E203 Meg Shreve, Marty Gertsman, Theon Banos Cross

    • June 17, 1987

    Theon Banos Cross, a writer & educator originally from Boston, Massachusetts; Marty Gertsman, a retail manager originally from Brooklyn, New York; Meg Shreve, an attorney from Bolinas, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $29,799).

  • S03E204 Marty Gertsman, Bob Verini, Kathleen Haider

    • June 18, 1987

    Kathleen Haider, a computer designer from Escondido, California; Bob Verini, a playwright & actor from New York City, New York; Marty Gertsman, a retail manager originally from Brooklyn, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $15,000).

  • S03E205 Bob Verini, Alan Rosenberg, Linda Dragas

    • June 19, 1987

    Linda Dragas, a freelance journalist from North Bergen, New Jersey; Alan Rosenberg, a newspaper editor from Warwick, Rhode Island; Bob Verini, a playwright & actor from New York City, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,801).

  • S03E206 Bob Verini, Al Lewis, Emalie Brooks

    • June 22, 1987

    Emalie Brooks, a former teacher from Memphis, Tennessee; Al Lewis, a marketing consultant from Westing, Massachusetts; Bob Verini, a playwright & actor from New York City, New York (whose 2-day cash winnings total $16,202).

  • S03E207 Bob Verini, J.J. Fowell, Linda Marshall

    • June 23, 1987

    Linda Marshall, a housewife from Great Falls, Virginia; J.J. Fowell, a part-time pizza maker from Hollywood, California; Bob Verini, a playwright & actor from New York City, New York (whose 3-day cash winnings total $27,001).

  • S03E208 Bob Verini, Larry Brown, Fran Strykowski

    • June 24, 1987

    Fran Strykowski, a teacher originally from Albany, New York; Larry Brown, a product manager from Newport Beach, California; Bob Verini, a playwright & actor from New York City, New York (whose 4-day cash winnings total $36,202).

  • S03E209 Myra Backner, Ray Allex, Renee Pennington

    • June 25, 1987

    Renee Pennington, a word processing center supervisor from New York City, New York; Ray Allex, a ticket seller from Los Angeles, California; Myra Backner, an office worker from Stoughton, Massachusetts.

  • S03E210 Ray Allex, Cindy Skalsky, Doug Molitor

    • June 26, 1987

    Doug Molitor, a writer from Brentwood, California; Cindy Skalsky, originally from Royal Oak, Michigan; Ray Allex, a ticket seller from Los Angeles, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,000).

  • S03E211 Doug Molitor, Debbie Ordas, Dave Eubanks

    • June 29, 1987

    Dave Eubanks, a teacher from Simi Valley, California; Debbie Ordas, an office manager from Maplewood, New Jersey; Doug Molitor, a writer from Brentwood, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,700).

  • S03E212 Doug Molitor, Carol Miller, Neil Brockman

    • June 30, 1987

    Neil Brockman, a lawyer originally from Brooklyn, New York; Carol Miller, a sales manager from Herndon, Virginia; Doug Molitor, a writer from Brentwood, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $19,901).

  • S03E213 Doug Molitor, Bob Rome, Patti Demerirjian

    • July 1, 1987

    Patti Demerirjian, a housewife from Dayton, Ohio; Bob Rome, a music teacher from Los Angeles, California; Doug Molitor, a writer from Brentwood, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $37,501).

  • S03E214 Doug Molitor, Carol Center, Eric Berman

    • July 2, 1987

    Eric Berman, a journalist from Crown Point, Indiana; Carol Center, a teacher from El Cajon, California; Doug Molitor, a writer from Brentwood, California (whose 4-day cash winnings total $51,001).

  • S03E215 Eric Berman, Elaine Brewer, Bill Wray

    • July 3, 1987

    Bill Wray, an institutional investor from Marietta, Georgia; Elaine Brewer, a music publishing executive originally from Indianapolis, Indiana; Eric Berman, a journalist from Crown Point, Indiana (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,400).

  • S03E216 1987-07-06

    • July 6, 1987

  • S03E217 Eric Berman, Mary Frechette, Craig Miller

    • July 7, 1987

    Craig Miller, a pastor from San Bernardino, California; Mary Frechette, a registered nurse from Smithfield, Rhode Island; Eric Berman, a journalist from Crown Point, Indiana (whose 3-day cash winnings total $34,100).

  • S03E218 1987-07-08

    • July 8, 1987

  • S03E219 1987-07-09

    • July 9, 1987

  • S03E220 1987-07-10

    • July 10, 1987

  • S03E221 1987-07-13

    • July 13, 1987

  • S03E222 1987-07-14

    • July 14, 1987

  • S03E223 Dale Schweinsberg, Michael Klaper, Lennie Magida

    • July 15, 1987

    Lennie Magida, a journalist from Baltimore, Maryland; Michael Klaper, a physician from Umatilla, Florida; Dale Schweinsberg, a U.S. Army officer from Rome, New York (whose 2-day cash winnings total $24,600).

  • S03E224 1987-07-16

    • July 16, 1987

  • S03E225 1987-07-17

    • July 17, 1987

  • S03E226 1987-07-20

    • July 20, 1987

  • S03E227 1987-07-21

    • July 21, 1987

  • S03E228 1987-07-22

    • July 22, 1987

  • S03E229 1987-07-23

    • July 23, 1987

  • S03E230 1987-07-24

    • July 24, 1987

Season 4

  • S04E01 Michael Seiler, Phyllis Rosenthal, Ken Higgins (Season 4 begins)

    • September 7, 1987

    Ken Higgins, a woodworker from Anchorage, Alaska; Phyllis Rosenthal, a substitute teacher from Jamaica, New York; Michael Seiler, a marketing manager originally from Redwood City, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $10,199).

  • S04E02 1987-09-08

    • September 8, 1987

  • S04E03 1987-09-09

    • September 9, 1987

  • S04E04 1987-09-10

    • September 10, 1987

  • S04E05 Ted Cooperstein, Sharon, Denny Golden

    • September 11, 1987

    Denny Golden, from TBD; Sharon, from TBD; Ted Cooperstein, a law clerk from Fort Smith, Arkansas (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,801).

  • S04E06 1987-09-14

    • September 14, 1987

  • S04E07 1987-09-15

    • September 15, 1987

  • S04E08 1987-09-16

    • September 16, 1987

  • S04E09 1987-09-17

    • September 17, 1987

  • S04E10 1987-09-18

    • September 18, 1987

  • S04E11 1987-09-21

    • September 21, 1987

  • S04E12 Roy Holliday, Peggy Friedman, David Shapiro

    • September 22, 1987

    David Shapiro, an insurance adjuster originally from Chicago, Illinois; Peggy Friedman, a writer originally from New York; Roy Holliday, a radiologist from Brooklyn, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $13,000).

  • S04E13 1987-09-23

    • September 23, 1987

  • S04E14 1987-09-24

    • September 24, 1987

  • S04E15 1987-09-25

    • September 25, 1987

  • S04E16 1987-09-28

    • September 28, 1987

  • S04E17 Judi Greenberg, Lance Williams, Cinthea Stahl

    • September 29, 1987

    Cinthea Stahl, a student from Studio City, California; Lance Williams, a media consultant from Los Angeles, California; Judi Greenberg, a housewife from Northbrook, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $3,500).

  • S04E18 Cinthea Stahl, Colleen Patten, Heywood Sobel

    • September 30, 1987

    Heywood Sobel, an engineer from Mar Vista, California; Colleen Patten, a waitress from Santa Barbara, California; Cinthea Stahl, a student from Studio City, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $6,600).

  • S04E19 Heywood Sobel, Eileen Harrsch, Brian Lipson

    • October 1, 1987

    Brian Lipson, a student from Woodland Hills, California; Eileen Harrsch, a geologist from Denver, Colorado; Heywood Sobel, an engineer from Mar Vista, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $4,000).

  • S04E20 Heywood Sobel, Jim Terry, Dr. Betsy Suits

    • October 2, 1987

    Dr. Betsy Suits, a physician from Redondo Beach, California; Jim Terry, a non-profit executive from New York City, New York; Heywood Sobel, an engineer from Mar Vista, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $13,900).

  • S04E21 1987-10-05

    • October 5, 1987

  • S04E22 1987-10-06

    • October 6, 1987

  • S04E23 1987-10-07

    • October 7, 1987

  • S04E24 Richard Perez-Pena, Mary, Gregg Horn

    • October 8, 1987

    Gregg Horn, from TBD; Mary, from TBD; Richard Perez-Pena, a journalist originally from Cuba (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,799).

  • S04E25 Richard Perez-Pena, John Gose, Mary Dupuis

    • October 9, 1987

    Mary Dupuis, an architectural student originally from Cleveland, Ohio; John Gose, a caterer from Los Angeles, California; Richard Perez-Pena, a journalist originally from Cuba (whose 2-day cash winnings total $16,500).

  • S04E26 1987-10-12

    • October 12, 1987

  • S04E27 Richard Perez-Pena, Chloe Ross, Gerry Cook

    • October 13, 1987

    Gerry Cook, a probation officer originally from Queens, New York; Chloe Ross, a food & restaurant writer from Los Angeles, California; Richard Perez-Pena, a journalist originally from Cuba (whose 4-day cash winnings total $30,800).

  • S04E28 Bob Imsande, Suzee Vlk, Judi Owens

    • October 14, 1987

    Judi Owens, an elementary school administrator from Bricktown, New Jersey; Suzee Vlk, a writer from San Diego, California; Bob Imsande, a retired business executive originally from St. Louis, Missouri.

  • S04E29 Suzee Vlk, Lewis Grossman, Judith Seeger

    • October 15, 1987

    Judith Seeger, an associate research engineer from Mountain View, California; Lewis Grossman, a law student from Westport, Connecticut; Suzee Vlk, a writer from San Diego, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $2,600).

  • S04E30 Judith Seeger, Barbara Herington, Neil Plakcy

    • October 16, 1987

    Neil Plakcy, a writer originally from Yardley, Pennsylvania; Barbara Herington, a civil engineer from Cromwell, Connecticut; Judith Seeger, an associate research engineer from Mountain View, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,500).

  • S04E31 Judith Seeger, Tim Dicarlo, Mark Allen

    • October 19, 1987

    Mark Allen, a special projects manager originally from New York City; Tim Dicarlo, a student originally from Niagara Falls, New York; Judith Seeger, an associate research engineer from Mountain View, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $14,699).

  • S04E32 Judith Seeger, Denise Rossi, J.P. Duffy

    • October 20, 1987

    J.P. Duffy, a stage director & writer from Los Angeles, California; Denise Rossi, a systems engineer from Santa Monica, California; Judith Seeger, an associate research engineer from Mountain View, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $32,199).

  • S04E33 Judith Seeger, Beth Phillips, Steve Ripley

    • October 21, 1987

    Steve Ripley, a computer programmer from Simi Valley, California; Beth Phillips, a photographer from Santa Fe, New Mexico; Judith Seeger, an associate research engineer from Mountain View, California (whose 4-day cash winnings total $38,800).

  • S04E34 Beth Phillips, Brian Nelson, Laura Glendinning

    • October 22, 1987

    Laura Glendinning, a writer originally from Houston, Texas; Brian Nelson, a teaching assistant originally from Maryland; Beth Phillips, a photographer from Santa Fe, New Mexico (whose 1-day cash winnings total $3,000).

  • S04E35 Beth Phillips, Tom Gray, John Lamb

    • October 23, 1987

    John Lamb, a savings & loan executive originally from New York; Tom Gray, a journalist from Van Nuys, California; Beth Phillips, a photographer from Santa Fe, New Mexico (whose 2-day cash winnings total $7,500).

  • S04E36 John Lamb, Tim Kozel, Carol Cling

    • October 26, 1987

    Carol Cling, a journalist from Las Vegas, Nevada; Tim Kozel, an attorney from Los Angeles, California; John Lamb, a savings & loan executive originally from New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,001).

  • S04E37 Carol Cling, Richard Miller, Laurel Altman

    • October 27, 1987

    Laurel Altman, a secretary from Sherman Oaks, California; Richard Miller, a psychiatrist from North Hollywood, California; Carol Cling, a journalist from Las Vegas, Nevada (whose 1-day cash winnings total $13,201).

  • S04E38 Richard Miller, Dave Higgins, Martha Adams

    • October 28, 1987

    Martha Adams, a medical transcriptionist from San Anonio, Texas; Dave Higgins, a stage hand originally from Iowa; Richard Miller, a psychiatrist from North Hollywood, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,200).

  • S04E39 Richard Miller, Chris Morris, Mark Holmes

    • October 29, 1987

    Mark Holmes, a lawyer from Hamburg, New York; Chris Morris, a homemaker from California, Maryland; Richard Miller, a psychiatrist from North Hollywood, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $23,399).

  • S04E40 Mark Holmes, Alan Smith, Rich Kenney

    • October 30, 1987

    Rich Kenney, a manufacturer's representative from North Branford, Connecticut; Alan Smith, a capitol administrator from Anchorage, Alaska; Mark Holmes, a lawyer from Hamburg, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $17,000).

  • S04E41 Rich Kenney, Ken Freedman, Delores Teus

    • November 2, 1987

    Delores Teus, a vice president & project director originally from Manila, Philippines; Ken Freedman, a professional snake handler from Long Beach, California; Rich Kenney, a manufacturer's representative from North Branford, Connecticut (whose 1-day cash winnings total $20,601).

  • S04E42 Ken Freedman, Kate Waits, Bruce Howarth

    • November 3, 1987

    Bruce Howarth, an advertising executive from Tampa, Florida; Kate Waits, a law professor from Albany, New York; Ken Freedman, a professional snake handler from Long Beach, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,201).

  • S04E43 Kate Waits, Carmela Izzo, Elizabeth Costello

    • November 4, 1987

    Elizabeth Costello, a program analyst from Syracuse, New York; Carmela Izzo, a caterer from Brooklyn, New York; Kate Waits, a law professor from Albany, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $14,201).

  • S04E44 Kate Waits, Hallie Greenburg, Michael Moreno

    • November 5, 1987

    Michael Moreno, an attorney from Providence, Rhode Island; Hallie Greenburg, a registered nurse originally from Boston, Massachusetts; Kate Waits, a law professor from Albany, New York (whose 2-day cash winnings total $27,802).

  • S04E45 Kate Waits, Dorothy Dunnion, Pete Stark

    • November 6, 1987

    Pete Stark, a financial analyst from New York City, New York; Dorothy Dunnion, a teacher from Phoenix, Arizona; Kate Waits, a law professor from Albany, New York (whose 3-day cash winnings total $37,803).

  • S04E46 S04 Tournament of Champions Quarterfinal Game 1

    • November 9, 1987

    Eric Berman, a journalist originally from Crown Point, Indiana; John Podhoretz, a writer from Washington, D.C.; Dave Traini, a teacher from Medford Lakes, New Jersey.

  • S04E47 S04 Tournament of Champions Quarterfinal Game 2

    • November 10, 1987

    Michael Galvin, a student from Shaker Heights, Ohio; Frank Hughes, an account executive from Torrance, California; Richard Cordray, a judicial clerk from Grove City, Ohio.

  • S04E48 S04 Tournament of Champions Quarterfinal Game 3

    • November 11, 1987

    Jonathan Fellows, a legislative assistant originally from Bellevue, Washington; Keith Bell, a personnel specialist from Alexandria, Virginia; Eugene Finerman, a writer from Chicago, Illinois.

  • S04E49 S04 Tournament of Champions Quarterfinal Game 4

    • November 12, 1987

    Zeke Sevilla, Jr., a lawyer from Vienna, Virginia; Keith Walker, an attorney from Pomona, California; Bob Verini, a playwright/actor from New York, New York.

  • S04E50 S04 Tournament of Champions Quarterfinal Game 5

    • November 13, 1987

    Roger Storm, a teacher from Fairview Park, Ohio; Doug Molitor, a writer from Brentwood, California; John Ryan, an economist from Santa Barbara, California. All Jeopardy! Round categories begin with an "A" & all Double Jeopardy! Round categories begin with a "T" as a tribute to Alex Trebek.

  • S04E51 S04 Tournament of Champions Semifinal Game 1

    • November 16, 1987

    Roger Storm, a teacher from Fairview Park, Ohio; Dave Traini, a teacher from Medford Lakes, New Jersey; Richard Cordray, a judicial clerk from Grove City, Ohio.

  • S04E52 S04 Tournament of Champions Semifinal Game 2

    • November 17, 1987

    Eugene Finerman, a writer from Chicago, Illinois; Michael Galvin, a student from Shaker Heights, Ohio; Doug Molitor, a writer from Brentwood, California.

  • S04E53 S04 Tournament of Champions Semifinal Game 3

    • November 18, 1987

    Eric Berman, a journalist originally from Crown Point, Indiana; Bob Verini, a playwright/actor from New York, New York; John Ryan, an economist from Santa Barbara, California.

  • S04E54 S04 Tournament of Champions Final Game 1

    • November 19, 1987

    Bob Verini, a playwright/actor from New York, New York; Eugene Finerman, a writer from Chicago, Illinois; Dave Traini, a teacher from Medford Lakes, New Jersey.

  • S04E55 S04 Tournament of Champions Final Game 2

    • November 20, 1987

    Bob Verini, a playwright/actor from New York, New York (subtotal of $3,800); Eugene Finerman, a writer from Chicago, Illinois (subtotal of $6,800); Dave Traini, a teacher from Medford Lakes, New Jersey (subtotal of $7,600).

  • S04E56 1987-11-23

    • November 23, 1987

  • S04E57 1987-11-24

    • November 24, 1987

  • S04E58 Michael Compton, Ira Kirschner, Julie Rutherford

    • November 25, 1987

    Julie Rutherford, a travel analyst from Phoenix, Arizona; Ira Kirschner, a broker & CPA from Westlake Village, California; Michael Compton, a payroll supervisor from Los Angeles, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $11,799).

  • S04E59 1987-11-26

    • November 26, 1987

  • S04E60 1987-11-27

    • November 27, 1987

  • S04E61 1987-11-30

    • November 30, 1987

  • S04E62 Robert Horton, Phillip Anderson, Jr., Jennifer Daniels

    • December 1, 1987

    Jennifer Daniels, from TBD; Phillip Anderson, Jr., from TBD; Robert Horton, a computer salesman from Tampa (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,601).

  • S04E63 1987-12-02

    • December 2, 1987

  • S04E64 Elizabeth Holloway, Ingrid Nuremberg, Bob Harrenga

    • December 3, 1987

    Bob Harrenga, an informational specialist originally from South Dakota; Ingrid Nuremberg, an associate consultant for an insurance brokerage firm originally from Augsburg, Germany; Elizabeth Holloway, a writer from (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,200).

  • S04E65 Bob Harrenga, Paul Katz, Alice Cohen

    • December 4, 1987

    Alice Cohen, a labratory technician from Port Washington, New York; Paul Katz, a lawyer from Daytona Beach, Florida; Bob Harrenga, an informational specialist originally from South Dakota (whose 1-day cash winnings total $14,000).

  • S04E66 1987-12-07

    • December 7, 1987

  • S04E67 Alice Cohen, Ron Cratty, Sandra Gore

    • December 8, 1987

    Sandra Gore, a researcher originally from Boston, Massachusetts; Ron Cratty, a pastor from Claremont, California; Alice Cohen, a labratory technician from Port Washington, New York (whose 2-day cash winnings total $14,301).

  • S04E68 Sandra Gore, Maggie Cambron, Russ Donnelly

    • December 9, 1987

    Russ Donnelly, a Korean linguist from Las Vegas, Nevada; Maggie Cambron, a graduate student originally from Oak Harbor, Washington; Sandra Gore, a researcher originally from Boston, Massachusetts (whose 1-day cash winnings total $14,000).

  • S04E69 Sandra Gore, Debby Christiana, David Castro

    • December 10, 1987

    David Castro, a comedy writer originally from The Bronx, New York; Debby Christiana, a business owner from San Diego, California; Sandra Gore, a researcher originally from Boston, Massachusetts (whose 2-day cash winnings total $29,802).

  • S04E70 Sandra Gore, John Zanier, Joanne Seran

    • December 11, 1987

    Joanne Seran, a teacher from North Hollywood, California; John Zanier, an administrative manager from Los Angeles, California; Sandra Gore, a researcher originally from Boston, Massachusetts (whose 3-day cash winnings total $38,302).

  • S04E71 Sandra Gore, Linnie Blattner, Pat McAnaney

    • December 14, 1987

    Pat McAnaney, a counselor from Carmel Valley; Linnie Blattner, a homemaker from Santa Monica, California; Sandra Gore, a researcher originally from Boston, Massachusetts (whose 4-day cash winnings total $47,507).

  • S04E72 Stephanie Johns, Winona Phillips, Robin Maisel

    • December 15, 1987

    Robin Maisel, an attorney from Long Beach, California; Winona Phillips, an owner of a limousine service originally from Manhattan Beach, California; Stephanie Johns, a writer from TBD.

  • S04E73 Robin Maisel, Jody Hess, David Nagy

    • December 16, 1987

    David Nagy, a rock singer from Los Angeles, California; Jody Hess, a teacher from Sherman Oaks, California; Robin Maisel, an attorney from Long Beach, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,000).

  • S04E74 David Nagy, Tom Grant, Kathy White

    • December 17, 1987

    Kathy White, a teacher from Greensboro, North Carolina; Tom Grant, a direct marketing executive from New York City, New York; David Nagy, a rock singer from Los Angeles, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $18,400).

  • S04E75 David Nagy, Lee Steward, Ralph Biancalana

    • December 18, 1987

    Ralph Biancalana, a college graduate from Houston, Texas; Lee Steward, a psychometrist from Memphis, Tennessee; David Nagy, a rock singer from Los Angeles, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $31,200).

  • S04E76 Ralph Biancalana, Kurt Webber, Karen Dauphin

    • December 21, 1987

    Karen Dauphin, a teacher from Burbank, California; Kurt Webber, an army officer originally from Lakeland, Florida; Ralph Biancalana, a college graduate from Houston, Texas (whose 1-day cash winnings total $800).

  • S04E77 Karen Dauphin, Leah Krinsky, Jeri Anderson

    • December 22, 1987

    Jeri Anderson, a housewife from Las Vegas, Nevada; Leah Krinsky, a stand-up comic & actress originally from New York City; Karen Dauphin, a teacher from Burbank, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $17,000). Every clue was written by Harry Eisenberg, who had each category begin with the letter "H".

  • S04E78 Jeri Anderson, Howard Groopman, Gary Tarpinian

    • December 23, 1987

    Gary Tarpinian, a writer & artist from Boston, Massachusetts; Howard Groopman, an appeals aide from Portland, Oregon; Jeri Anderson, a housewife from Las Vegas, Nevada (whose 1-day cash winnings total $3,600).

  • S04E79 1987-12-24

    • December 24, 1987

  • S04E80 Bea Cottrell, John Sobiski, Eben Price

    • December 25, 1987

    Eben Price, an attorney from Dallas, Texas; John Sobiski, a machine operator originally from Manchester, Connecticut (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,800); Bea Cottrell, a retired senior vice president from Fairfax, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,800).

  • S04E81 Bea Cottrell, John Wallin, Cliff Harris

    • December 28, 1987

    Cliff Harris, from New Mexico; John Wallin, from TBD; Bea Cottrell, a retired senior vice president from Fairfax, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $8,100).

  • S04E82 1987-12-29

    • December 29, 1987

  • S04E83 Barry White, Keith Jaeger, Sally Ritch

    • December 30, 1987

    Sally Ritch, a vocal coach from Kerrville, Texas; Keith Jaeger, a teacher & coach from Davis, California; Barry White, a househusband from Portland, Oregon (whose 1-day cash winnings total $14,500).

  • S04E84 Barry White, Bruce Seymour, Susan Greatorex

    • December 31, 1987

    Susan Greatorex, a director of marketing from Holland, Pennsylvania; Bruce Seymour, a writer from Piedmont, California; Barry White, a househusband from Portland, Oregon (whose 2-day cash winnings total $25,400).

  • S04E85 Bruce Seymour, Anne Kahn, Barbara Baernstein

    • January 1, 1988

    Barbara Baernstein, a right-of-way agent from Pomona, California; Anne Kahn, a logistics engineer originally from Santa Rosa, California; Bruce Seymour, a writer from Piedmont, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $15,190).

  • S04E86 Bruce Seymour, Steven Chinn, Jamie Campbell

    • January 4, 1988

    Jamie Campbell, a secretary originally from Texas; Steven Chinn, an attorney originally from London, England; Bruce Seymour, a writer from Piedmont, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $29,989).

  • S04E87 Bruce Seymour, Robert Michaels, Eric Elfman

    • January 5, 1988

    Eric Elfman, a dialogue author from Los Angeles, California; Robert Michaels, an economist originally from Chicago, Illinois; Bruce Seymour, a writer from Piedmont, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $39,989).

  • S04E88 Bruce Seymour, Mike Ollins, Janet Holzer

    • January 6, 1988

    Janet Holzer, a foreign language teacher from Indianapolis, Indiana; Mike Ollins, a public relations consultant originally from Hicksville, New York; Bruce Seymour, a writer from Piedmont, California (whose 4-day cash winnings total $54,989).

  • S04E89 1988-01-07

    • January 7, 1988

  • S04E90 Janet Holzer, Sarah Workman, Bruce Wolfe

    • January 8, 1988

    Bruce Wolfe, a software engineer from San Francisco, California; Sarah Workman, a history teacher from Pomona, California; Janet Holzer, a foreign language teacher from Indianapolis, Indiana (whose 2-day cash winnings total $19,601).

  • S04E91 Sarah Workman, Leah Greenwald, Robin Hoffmann

    • January 11, 1988

    Robin Hoffmann, a magazine promotion manager originally from Peoria, Illinois; Leah Greenwald, an architect from Cambridge, Massachusetts; Sarah Workman, a history teacher from Pomona, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,400).

  • S04E92 Leah Greenwald, Pete Peterson, Mary Ann Meyers

    • January 12, 1988

    Mary Ann Meyers, a homemaker from Clearwater, Florida; Pete Peterson, a chemist from Richlandtown, Pennsylvania; Leah Greenwald, an architect from Cambridge, Massachusetts (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,000).

  • S04E93 Leah Greenwald, Jim Stevenson, Todd Leopold

    • January 13, 1988

    Todd Leopold, a student from New Orleans, Louisiana; Jim Stevenson, a musician from San Diego, California; Leah Greenwald, an architect from Cambridge, Massachusetts (whose 2-day cash winnings total $19,600).

  • S04E94 Leah Greenwald, Debbie May, Eytan Mirsky

    • January 14, 1988

    Eytan Mirsky, an assistant film editor from Flushing, New York; Debbie May, a teacher from Mount Carmel, Pennsylvania; Leah Greenwald, an architect from Cambridge, Massachusetts (whose 3-day cash winnings total $31,600).

  • S04E95 Leah Greenwald, Steve Morris, Michelle Lellouche

    • January 15, 1988

    Michelle Lellouche, an archivist from Jacksonville, Florida; Steve Morris, a writer from Los Angeles, California; Leah Greenwald, an architect from Cambridge, Massachusetts (whose 4-day cash winnings total $42,801).

  • S04E96 Bob Bearse, Jonathan Santore, Jake Edelman

    • January 18, 1988

    Jake Edelman, a public affairs director from Eagle Rock, California; Jonathan Santore, a composer & graduate student originally from Greeneville, Tennessee; Bob Bearse, a software quality analyst originally from Chicago, Illinois.

  • S04E97 Jonathan Santore, Paul Tidwell, Jenny Church

    • January 19, 1988

    Jenny Church, a supervisor originally from Pensacola, Florida; Paul Tidwell, a tutor from Mission Hills, California; Jonathan Santore, a composer & graduate student originally from Greeneville, Tennessee (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,001).

  • S04E98 1988-01-20

    • January 20, 1988

  • S04E99 1988-01-21

    • January 21, 1988

  • S04E100 1988-01-22

    • January 22, 1988

  • S04E101 Stephanie Scott, Lennie Edwards, Sue Kelly

    • January 25, 1988

    Sue Kelly, an office manager from Switzerland, Florida; Lennie Edwards, a teacher originally from Fort Dix, New Jersey; Stephanie Scott, a title officer assistant from Anaheim, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,900).

  • S04E102 Lennie Edwards, Steve Kravitz, Joan Kurland

    • January 26, 1988

    Joan Kurland, a musician originally from River Edge, New Jersey; Steve Kravitz, a trust & estate attorney from West Palm Beach, Florida; Lennie Edwards, a teacher originally from Fort Dix, New Jersey (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,000).

  • S04E103 Steve Kravitz, Cheryl Lieberman, Tom Nelson

    • January 27, 1988

    Tom Nelson, an analyst originally from Portland, Oregon; Cheryl Lieberman, a computer training center manager from Alexandria, Virginia; Steve Kravitz, a trust & estate attorney from West Palm Beach, Florida (whose 1-day cash winnings total $18,900).

  • S04E104 Steve Kravitz, Ernest Bonner, Jr., Christine Beauregard

    • January 28, 1988

    Christine Beauregard, a librarian from Albany, New York; Ernest Bonner, Jr., a firefighter from Galveston, Texas; Steve Kravitz, a trust & estate attorney from West Palm Beach, Florida (whose 2-day cash winnings total $28,300).

  • S04E105 Steve Kravitz, Doug Petroff-Tobler, Judy Flannery

    • January 29, 1988

    Judy Flannery, a homemaker from Eugene, Oregon; Doug Petroff-Tobler, a civil litigator from Phoenix, Arizona; Steve Kravitz, a trust & estate attorney from West Palm Beach, Florida (whose 3-day cash winnings total $35,400).

  • S04E106 Judy Flannery, Barbara-Anne Eddy, Jim Costello

    • February 1, 1988

    Jim Costello, a high school English teacher from Long Beach, California; Barbara-Anne Eddy, a freelance researcher from Vancouver, Canada; Judy Flannery, a homemaker from Eugene, Oregon (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,800).

  • S04E107 Barbara-Anne Eddy, Sue Wulfestieg, Robin Harkleroad

    • February 2, 1988

    Robin Harkleroad, a banker from Bakersfield, California; Sue Wulfestieg, a homemaker from Tacoma, Washington; Barbara-Anne Eddy, a freelance researcher from Vancouver, Canada (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,200).

  • S04E108 Barbara-Anne Eddy, John Yudelson, Pam Blank

    • February 3, 1988

    Pam Blank, a celebrity information person from Brooklyn, New York; John Yudelson, a contracts manager from Van Nuys, California; Barbara-Anne Eddy, a freelance researcher from Vancouver, Canada (whose 2-day cash winnings total $21,700).

  • S04E109 Barbara-Anne Eddy, Cynthia Green, Karen Conley

    • February 4, 1988

    Karen Conley, an airline customer service agent from Burlington, Kentucky; Cynthia Green, a journalist from Tarrytown, New York; Barbara-Anne Eddy, a freelance researcher from Vancouver, Canada (whose 3-day cash winnings total $30,400).

  • S04E110 Barbara-Anne Eddy, Cynthia Green, Mike Lerner

    • February 5, 1988

    Mike Lerner, a tax accountant from Beverly Hills, California; Cynthia Green, a journalist from Tarrytown, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,000); Barbara-Anne Eddy, a freelance researcher from Vancouver, Canada (whose 4-day cash winnings total $39,400).

  • S04E111 S04 Teen Tournament Quarterfinal Game 1

    • February 8, 1988

    David Javerbaum, a junior from Maplewood, New Jersey; Mia Diamond, a senior from Chicago, Illinois; Mark Wong, a senior from Los Angeles, California.

  • S04E112 S04 Teen Tournament Quarterfinal Game 2

    • February 9, 1988

    Stefanie Wulfestieg, a senior from Tacoma, Washington; Michael Block, a senior from Staten Island, New York; Julie Robichaux, a junior from Marietta, Georgia.

  • S04E113 S04 Teen Tournament Quarterfinal Game 3

    • February 10, 1988

    Eric Reid, a senior from Atlanta, Georgia; Delaine Foss, a sophomore from Devine, Texas; Neil Gronowetter, a junior from Woodmere, New York.

  • S04E114 S04 Teen Tournament Quarterfinal Game 4

    • February 11, 1988

    Chris Capozzola, a junior from Worcester, New York; Sarah Fanning, a senior from Ames, Iowa; Jason Albert, a senior from Lynchburg, Virginia.

  • S04E115 S04 Teen Tournament Quarterfinal Game 5

    • February 12, 1988

    Gene Hayes, a senior from Douglasville, Georgia; Sascha Dublin, a senior from Del Mar, California; David Graham, a senior from Avon, Connecticut.

  • S04E116 S04 Teen Tournament Semifinal Game 1

    • February 15, 1988

    David Javerbaum, a junior from Maplewood, New Jersey; Neil Gronowetter, a junior from Woodmere, New York; Sascha Dublin, a senior from Del Mar, California.

  • S04E117 S04 Teen Tournament Semifinal Game 2

    • February 16, 1988

    Jason Albert, a senior from Lynchburg, Virginia; Mark Wong, a senior from Los Angeles, California; Michael Block, a senior from Staten Island, New York.

  • S04E118 S04 Teen Tournament Semifinal Game 3

    • February 17, 1988

    David Graham, a senior from Avon, Connecticut; Chris Capozzola, a junior from Worcester, New York; Stefanie Wulfestieg, a senior from Tacoma, Washington.

  • S04E119 S04 Teen Tournament Final Game 1

    • February 18, 1988

    David Javerbaum, a junior from Maplewood, New Jersey; David Graham, a senior from Avon, Connecticut; Michael Block, a senior from Staten Island, New York.

  • S04E120 S04 Teen Tournament Final Game 2

    • February 19, 1988

    David Javerbaum, a junior from Maplewood, New Jersey (subtotal of $8,000); David Graham, a senior from Avon, Connecticut (subtotal of $3,500); Michael Block, a senior from Staten Island, New York (subtotal of $6,500).

  • S04E121 1988-02-22

    • February 22, 1988

  • S04E122 1988-02-23

    • February 23, 1988

  • S04E123 1988-02-24

    • February 24, 1988

  • S04E124 1988-02-25

    • February 25, 1988

  • S04E125 Michael Shutterly, Tom Gazzola, Blanca Gallardo

    • February 26, 1988

    Blanca Gallardo, a teacher from Syracuse, New York; Tom Gazzola, an assistant headmaster originally from North Mankato, Minnesota; Michael Shutterly, a bank officer from Elkridge, Maryland (whose 1-day cash winnings total $15,201).

  • S04E126 1988-02-29

    • February 29, 1988

  • S04E127 1988-03-01

    • March 1, 1988

  • S04E128 1988-03-02

    • March 2, 1988

  • S04E129 1988-03-03

    • March 3, 1988

  • S04E130 1988-03-04

    • March 4, 1988

  • S04E131 Isaac Braddock, Hank Peddicord, Lou Kaluza

    • March 7, 1988

    Lou Kaluza, a teacher from San Antonio, Texas; Hank Peddicord, a claims representative from Victorville, California; Isaac Braddock, a lawyer from Los Angeles, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,597).

  • S04E132 1988-03-08

    • March 8, 1988

  • S04E133 1988-03-09

    • March 9, 1988

  • S04E134 1988-03-10

    • March 10, 1988

  • S04E135 Jack Lowe, Ron Trigueiro, Jackie

    • March 11, 1988

    Jackie, from TBD; Ron Trigueiro, a student from Carruthers, California; Jack Lowe, a pediatrician from Rockville, Maryland (whose 2-day cash winnings total $31,410).

  • S04E136 Ron Trigueiro, Gary Amundson, Susan Steade

    • March 14, 1988

    Susan Steade, a newspaper copy editor from San Jose, California; Gary Amundson, a systems analyst originally from Clear Lake, South Dakota; Ron Trigueiro, a student from Carruthers, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $13,500).

  • S04E137 Ron Trigueiro, Tom Brothers, Jeanne Douglas

    • March 15, 1988

    Jeanne Douglas, a secretary from Los Angeles, California; Tom Brothers, an attorney from Lynnwood, Washington; Ron Trigueiro, a student from Carruthers, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $28,100).

  • S04E138 Ron Trigueiro, Scooter Lowe, Kate Coe

    • March 16, 1988

    Kate Coe, a segment producer originally from Billings, Montana; Scooter Lowe, a market research coordinator originally from Elkhart, Indiana; Ron Trigueiro, a student from Carruthers, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $36,700).

  • S04E139 Ron Trigueiro, Michael Folz, Cheryl van Middlesworth

    • March 17, 1988

    Cheryl van Middlesworth, a housewife from Cerritos, California; Michael Folz, a writer from Anaheim, California; Ron Trigueiro, a student from Carruthers, California (whose 4-day cash winnings total $49,400).

  • S04E140 Cheryl van Middlesworth, Dan Zellman, Bob Twillman

    • March 18, 1988

    Bob Twillman, a graduate student originally from Boonville, Missouri; Dan Zellman, a manufacturer's representative from North Hollywood, California; Cheryl van Middlesworth, a housewife from Cerritos, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $6,800).

  • S04E141 1988-03-21

    • March 21, 1988

  • S04E142 Cheryl van Middlesworth, Harry Weisberger, Mary Dunne

    • March 22, 1988

    Mary Dunne, from Watsonville, California; Harry Weisberger, an aerospace writer from Phoenix, Arizona; Cheryl van Middlesworth, a housewife from Cerritos, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $28,700).

  • S04E143 1988-03-23

    • March 23, 1988

  • S04E144 Larry Frantz, Pat O'Connor, Arthur Hanks, Jr.

    • March 24, 1988

    Arthur Hanks, Jr., a stockbroker from San Antonio, Texas; Pat O'Connor, an executive assistant from Levittown, Pennsylvania; Larry Frantz, an attorney from Peoria, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $5,600).

  • S04E145 Pat O'Connor, Margie Melby, Dave Gramling

    • March 25, 1988

    Dave Gramling, a teacher & department chairman from Chelmsford, Massachusetts; Margie Melby, an acccounting manager from Grenada Hills, California; Pat O'Connor, an executive assistant from Levittown, Pennsylvania (whose 1-day cash winnings total $16,800).

  • S04E146 Dave Gramling, Cheryl Stein, Steven Popper

    • March 28, 1988

    Steven Popper, an economist originally from Minneapolis, Minnesota; Cheryl Stein, a criminal defense lawyer from Washington, D.C.; Dave Gramling, a teacher & department chairman from Chelmsford, Massachusetts (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,800).

  • S04E147 Steven Popper, Mary Haney, Terry Sheldon

    • March 29, 1988

    Terry Sheldon, an entrepreneur from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Mary Haney, an assistant director for an alumni association from Brooklyn, New York; Steven Popper, an economist originally from Minneapolis, Minnesota (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,200).

  • S04E148 Steven Popper, Ron Abbott, Christine Heely

    • March 30, 1988

    Christine Heely, an attorney originally from St. Louis; Ron Abbott, a telemarketer from Sherman Oaks, California; Steven Popper, an economist originally from Minneapolis, Minnesota (whose 2-day cash winnings total $25,700).

  • S04E149 Steven Popper, Michael Kannellos, Daniel Lubin

    • March 31, 1988

    Daniel Lubin, a business consultant from San Pedro, California; Michael Kannellos, a freelance lawyer & writer from West Hollywood, California; Steven Popper, an economist originally from Minneapolis, Minnesota (whose 3-day cash winnings total $31,400).

  • S04E150 Steven Popper, Heather Wood, Mary Jane Eager

    • April 1, 1988

    Mary Jane Eager, a domestic goddess from Eager, Arizona; Heather Wood, a student originally from Kansas City; Steven Popper, an economist originally from Minneapolis, Minnesota (whose 4-day cash winnings total $42,600).

  • S04E151 Cynthia Heller, Bob Sutton, Johanna Pick

    • April 4, 1988

    Johanna Pick, a photographer from Los Angeles, California; Bob Sutton, an environmental chemist from Gainesville, Florida; Cynthia Heller, an office manager from Hatboro, Pennsylvania.

  • S04E152 Bob Sutton, Greg Sullivan, Marianne Durgavich

    • April 5, 1988

    Marianne Durgavich, a nurse from Watertown, Massachusetts; Greg Sullivan, an accountant from Yonkers, New York; Bob Sutton, an environmental chemist from Gainesville, Florida (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,650).

  • S04E153 Bob Sutton, Peter Sagal, Joe Weidinger

    • April 6, 1988

    Joe Weidinger, an industrial designer from Phoenix, Arizona; Peter Sagal, a writer originally from New Jersey; Bob Sutton, an environmental chemist from Gainesville, Florida (whose 2-day cash winnings total $18,400).

  • S04E154 Joe Weidinger, Rick Filloy, Bob Beers

    • April 7, 1988

    Bob Beers, an attorney from Fairfax, Virginia; Rick Filloy, a professor from Eugene, Oregon; Joe Weidinger, an industrial designer from Phoenix, Arizona (whose 1-day cash winnings total $6,401).

  • S04E155 Bob Beers, Gordon Brown, Ruta Larson

    • April 8, 1988

    Ruta Larson, a financial assistance worker from Racine, Wisconsin; Gordon Brown, a retail executive from Roselle, New Jersey; Bob Beers, an attorney from Fairfax, Virginia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $23,000).

  • S04E156 1988-04-11

    • April 11, 1988

  • S04E157 Bob Beers, Ron Karr, Dorothy Craig

    • April 12, 1988

    Dorothy Craig, a nurse educator from Scranton, Pennsylvania; Ron Karr, a card counter from Mountain View, California; Bob Beers, an attorney from Fairfax, Virginia.

  • S04E158 1988-04-13

    • April 13, 1988

  • S04E159 1988-04-14

    • April 14, 1988

  • S04E160 1988-04-15

    • April 15, 1988

  • S04E161 Linda Lewis, Alan Weiss, Tom Lawrence

    • April 18, 1988

    Tom Lawrence, a performing waiter from Davenport, Iowa; Alan Weiss, a consultant originally from New Jersey; Linda Lewis, a college math instructor from Washington, D.C. (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,100).

  • S04E162 Tom Lawrence, Dale Armstrong, Fred Bernstein

    • April 19, 1988

    Fred Bernstein, an SAT tutor from West Cornwall, Connecticut; Dale Armstrong, a project manager from San Rafael, California; Tom Lawrence, a performing waiter from Davenport, Iowa (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,000).

  • S04E163 Tom Lawrence, Sharon Keld, Matt Lieff

    • April 20, 1988

    Matt Lieff, a training manager from Cheltenham, Pennsylvania; Sharon Keld, a product manager from Chicago, Illinois; Tom Lawrence, a performing waiter from Davenport, Iowa (whose 2-day cash winnings total $18,800).

  • S04E164 1988-04-21

    • April 21, 1988

  • S04E165 1988-04-22

    • April 22, 1988

  • S04E166 Jeff Brown, Blaze Newman, Ed Levin

    • April 25, 1988

    Ed Levin, an architect from Los Angeles, California; Blaze Newman, a teacher from Encinitas, California; Jeff Brown, a physician from Los Gatos, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $200).

  • S04E167 Blaze Newman, Scott, Liz

    • April 26, 1988

    Liz, from TBD; Scott, from TBD; Blaze Newman, a teacher from Encinitas, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $3,400).

  • S04E168 Blaze Newman, Rob Pold, Dave Drew

    • April 27, 1988

    Dave Drew, a tax preparer from Fresno, California; Rob Pold, a graduate student from Downers Grove, IL; Blaze Newman, a teacher from Encinitas, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $14,600).

  • S04E169 Rob Pold, Mike Harris, Mario Mainero

    • April 28, 1988

    Mario Mainero, a trial lawyer from Corona del Mar, California; Mike Harris, a physician from Mill Valley, California; Rob Pold, a graduate student from Downers Grove, IL (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,450).

  • S04E170 Mike Harris, Steve Barto, Dennis Brent

    • April 29, 1988

    Dennis Brent, a teacher from Huntington Beach, California; Steve Barto, a field marketing representative originally from Niagara Falls, New York; Mike Harris, a physician from Mill Valley, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,800).

  • S04E171 1988-05-02

    • May 2, 1988

  • S04E172 1988-05-03

    • May 3, 1988

  • S04E173 1988-05-04

    • May 4, 1988

  • S04E174 Mark Lowenthal, Debra Malki, Paul Hjelmervik

    • May 5, 1988

    Paul Hjelmervik, a stage manager from Baltimore, Maryland; Debra Malki, a human resources consultant from Winnetka, Illinois; Mark Lowenthal, a State Department employee from Reston, Virginia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,200).

  • S04E175 Mark Lowenthal, Michael Edelstein, Joe Sansonese

    • May 6, 1988

    Joe Sansonese, a writer from Westlake Village, California; Michael Edelstein, an obstetrician & gynecologist from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Mark Lowenthal, a State Department employee from Reston, Virginia (whose 2-day cash winnings total $21,800).

  • S04E176 S04 Seniors Tournament Quarterfinal Game 1

    • May 9, 1988

    Jim Gaylord, a tax consultant from Laguna Niguel, California; Louise Reyburn Dice, a farmer & writer from Taos, New Mexico; Tom Wickham, an airline pilot from Torrington, Connecticut.

  • S04E177 S04 Seniors Tournament Quarterfinal Game 2

    • May 10, 1988

    Joan Smith, a gift shop owner from Eufaula, Oklahoma; Peggy Kennedy, a forensic toxicologist from Menands, New York; Charmion Burns, a student from Manhattan Beach, California.

  • S04E178 S04 Seniors Tournament Quarterfinal Game 3

    • May 11, 1988

    Fran Kirchhof, a retired bookstore person from Denver, Colorado; Katie O'Callaghan, a teacher from Tucson, Arizona; Bob Winthrop, a technical writer originally from Hannibal, Missouri.

  • S04E179 S04 Seniors Tournament Quarterfinal Game 4

    • May 12, 1988

    Don Maynard, a director of regulatory affairs from Cary, North Carolina; Ed Cohen, a synagogue administrator from Daly City, California; Ross Cameron, a student from Vallejo, California.

  • S04E180 S04 Seniors Tournament Quarterfinal Game 5

    • May 13, 1988

  • S04E181 S04 Seniors Tournament Semifinal Game 1

    • May 16, 1988

    Franceline Turner, a retired teacher from TBD; Ed Cohen, a synagogue administrator from Daly City, California; Peggy Kennedy, a forensic toxicologist from Menands, New York.

  • S04E182 S04 Seniors Tournament Semifinal Game 2

    • May 17, 1988

    Charmion Burns, a student from Manhattan Beach, California; Joan Erickson, a writer & professional dog walker from Glen Mills, Pennsylvania; Fran Kirchhof, a retired bookstore person from Denver, Colorado.

  • S04E183 S04 Seniors Tournament Semifinal Game 3

    • May 18, 1988

    Tom Wickham, an airline pilot from Torrington, Connecticut; Ross Cameron, a student from Vallejo, California; Louise Reyburn Dice, a farmer & writer from Taos, New Mexico.

  • S04E184 S04 Seniors Tournament Final Game 1

    • May 19, 1988

    Peggy Kennedy, a forensic toxicologist from Menands, New York; Joan Erickson, a writer & professional dog walker from Glen Mills, Pennsylvania; Louise Reyburn Dice, a farmer & writer from Taos, New Mexico.

  • S04E185 S04 Seniors Tournament Final Game 2

    • May 20, 1988

    Peggy Kennedy, a forensic toxicologist from Menands, New York (subtotal of $11,400); Joan Erickson, a writer & professional dog walker from Glen Mills, Pennsylvania (subtotal of $7,000); Louise Reyburn Dice, a farmer & writer from Taos, New Mexico (subtotal of $4,700).

  • S04E186 Mark Lowenthal, Jack Dumpert, Elle Hood

    • May 23, 1988

    Elle Hood, a housewife & attorney from Camarillo, California; Jack Dumpert, a bond manager from Buffalo, New York; Mark Lowenthal, a State Department employee from Reston, Virginia (whose 3-day cash winnings total $36,801).

  • S04E187 Mark Lowenthal, Joshua Kosman, Bill Pawlak

    • May 24, 1988

    Bill Pawlak, an auditor from Rancho Palos Verdes, California; Joshua Kosman, a music critic originally from Haverford, Pennsylvania; Mark Lowenthal, a State Department employee from Reston, Virginia (whose 4-day cash winnings total $45,501).

  • S04E188 1988-05-25

    • May 25, 1988

  • S04E189 Janelle Kauffman, Jim Berkowitz, Clyde Ayer

    • May 26, 1988

    Clyde Ayer, an airline pilot originally from East Aurora, New York; Jim Berkowitz, a teacher originally from Cranston, Rhode Island; Janelle Kauffman, a physician assistant from Port Byron, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $4,100).

  • S04E190 Jim Berkowitz, George Bufford, Lynn Mauk

    • May 27, 1988

    Lynn Mauk, a headhunter originally from Roanoke, Virginia; George Bufford, an actor from North Hollywood, California; Jim Berkowitz, a teacher originally from Cranston, Rhode Island (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,800).

  • S04E191 Jim Berkowitz, Rob Pierce, Sharon Beattie

    • May 30, 1988

    Sharon Beattie, a music teacher from Stuttgart, Germany; Rob Pierce, a minister from Fayetteville, North Carolina; Jim Berkowitz, a teacher originally from Cranston, Rhode Island (whose 2-day cash winnings total $24,500).

  • S04E192 Jim Berkowitz, Ted Killory, Jack Koenig

    • May 31, 1988

    Jack Koenig, an actor & househusband from New York City, New York; Ted Killory, a lawyer from Washington, D.C.; Jim Berkowitz, a teacher originally from Cranston, Rhode Island (whose 3-day cash winnings total $32,901).

  • S04E193 Jack Koenig, Bob Palitz, Pam Brown

    • June 1, 1988

    Pam Brown, a graduate student from Stillwater, Oklahoma; Bob Palitz, an engineer from Honolulu, Hawaii; Jack Koenig, an actor & househusband from New York City, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $6,000).

  • S04E194 Jack Koenig, Lauri Donahue, Todd Hueta

    • June 2, 1988

    Todd Hueta, a student from Sunnyvale, California; Lauri Donahue, a lawyer from San Francisco, California; Jack Koenig, an actor & househusband from New York City, New York (whose 2-day cash winnings total $15,399).

  • S04E195 Jack Koenig, Michael Rankins, Tom Hudak

    • June 3, 1988

    Tom Hudak, a factory worker from Hudson Falls, New York; Michael Rankins, a customer service represenative from Rohnert Park, California; Jack Koenig, an actor & househusband from New York City, New York (whose 3-day cash winnings total $23,599).

  • S04E196 Michael Rankins, Margaret Bellisario, Mark Meyerson

    • June 6, 1988

    Mark Meyerson, a music producer & consultant from North Hollywood, California; Margaret Bellisario, a technical writer from Dallas, Texas; Michael Rankins, a customer service represenative from Rohnert Park, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,399).

  • S04E197 Michael Rankins, Bill Henner, Steve Silva

    • June 7, 1988

    Steve Silva, an aviation student from San Diego, California; Bill Henner, a commodities trader from Chicago, Illinois; Michael Rankins, a customer service represenative from Rohnert Park, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $22,999).

  • S04E198 Michael Rankins, Paul Donnelly, Naomi Yavneh

    • June 8, 1988

    Naomi Yavneh, a graduate student & teaching associate from Berkeley, California; Paul Donnelly, a nanny originally from Alexandria, Virginia; Michael Rankins, a customer service represenative from Rohnert Park, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $33,199).

  • S04E199 Michael Rankins, Kristie Ackerman, Richard Fond

    • June 9, 1988

    Richard Fond, an attorney from Los Angeles, California; Kristie Ackerman, a copy editor originally from Tokyo, Japan; Michael Rankins, a customer service represenative from Rohnert Park, California (whose 4-day cash winnings total $44,999).

  • S04E200 Greg McIntosh, Stephen Lebowitz, Rick Kitchen

    • June 10, 1988

    Rick Kitchen, a computer systems analyst from Torrance, California; Stephen Lebowitz, a physician from Los Angeles, California; Greg McIntosh, an engineer from Hermosa Beach, California.

  • S04E201 Stephen Lebowitz, Tom Straczynski, John Chivers

    • June 13, 1988

    John Chivers, a systems analyst from Fremont, California; Tom Straczynski, a teacher from Bayside, New York; Stephen Lebowitz, a physician from Los Angeles, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $16,700).

  • S04E202 Stephen Lebowitz, Keith Richards, Charles McBride

    • June 14, 1988

    Charles McBride, a front office manager from Scottsdale, Arizona; Keith Richards, an operations manager originally from Wheeling, West Virginia; Stephen Lebowitz, a physician from Los Angeles, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $32,600).

  • S04E203 1988-06-15

    • June 15, 1988

  • S04E204 Stephen Lebowitz, Jimmie Bucci, Steve Herron

    • June 16, 1988

    Steve Herron, a letter carrier from Shawnee, Oklahoma; Jimmie Bucci, a temporary service manager originally from North Tarrytown, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $100); Stephen Lebowitz, a physician from Los Angeles, California (whose 4-day cash winnings total $50,900).

  • S04E205 1988-06-17

    • June 17, 1988

  • S04E206 1988-06-20

    • June 20, 1988

  • S04E207 Steve Herron, Linda Mossman, Tom Schmidt

    • June 21, 1988

    Tom Schmidt, a computer salesman originally from Wood Haven, New York; Linda Mossman, a substitute teacher from Elizaville, New York; Steve Herron, a letter carrier from Shawnee, Oklahoma (whose 3-day cash winnings total $18,200).

  • S04E208 Linda Mossman, Les Raff, Neil Landau

    • June 22, 1988

    Neil Landau, an engineer from El Cerrito, California; Les Raff, a physician from Arlington Heights, Illinois; Linda Mossman, a substitute teacher from Elizaville, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,601).

  • S04E209 Neil Landau, Barbara Linn, Pierre LeBoeuf

    • June 23, 1988

    Pierre LeBoeuf, an aerospace engineer originally from Tupper Lake, New York; Barbara Linn, a homemaker from Evanston, Illinois; Neil Landau, an engineer from El Cerrito, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,100).

  • S04E210 Neil Landau, Robin Carter, Norman Sidebottom

    • June 24, 1988

    Norman Sidebottom, a letter carrier from Pacific Grove, California; Robin Carter, a substitute teacher originally from San Antonio, Texas; Neil Landau, an engineer from El Cerrito, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $25,301).

  • S04E211 Robin Carter, Lenny Manning, Bill Gellert

    • June 27, 1988

    Bill Gellert, a research associate from Washington, D.C.; Lenny Manning, an accountant originally from Sweden; Robin Carter, a substitute teacher originally from San Antonio, Texas (whose 1-day cash winnings total $18,401).

  • S04E212 Bill Gellert, Lew Barlow, Brian Aronson

    • June 28, 1988

    Brian Aronson, a public defender from Sacramento, California; Lew Barlow, a college teacher from Duxbury, Massachusetts; Bill Gellert, a research associate from Washington, D.C. (whose 1-day cash winnings total $3,799).

  • S04E213 Bill Gellert, Rick Cook, Murry Cann

    • June 29, 1988

    Murry Cann, a financial consultant from Larkspur, California; Rick Cook, a writer from Phoenix, Arizona; Bill Gellert, a research associate from Washington, D.C. (whose 2-day cash winnings total $6,998).

  • S04E214 Rick Cook, Carol Reeve, Randy Waite

    • June 30, 1988

    Randy Waite, a teacher from Salina, Kansas; Carol Reeve, from Orinda, California; Rick Cook, a writer from Phoenix, Arizona (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,300).

  • S04E215 1988-07-01

    • July 1, 1988

  • S04E216 1988-07-04

    • July 4, 1988

  • S04E217 Kevin Frear, John Tranquill, Andrea Michaels

    • July 5, 1988

    Andrea Michaels, a freelance writer from Los Angeles, California; John Tranquill, a laboratory manager from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Kevin Frear, a U.S. Army captain from Baumholder, Germany (whose 1-day cash winnings total $6,100).

  • S04E218 1988-07-06

    • July 6, 1988

  • S04E219 Kevin Frear, Susanna Betzl, Mike Harris

    • July 7, 1988

    Mike Harris, a teacher & graduate student from Hermon, California; Susanna Betzl, an aspiring actress & writer from New York City, New York; Kevin Frear, a U.S. Army captain from Baumholder, Germany (whose 3-day cash winnings total $39,000).

  • S04E220 1988-07-08

    • July 8, 1988

  • S04E221 1988-07-11

    • July 11, 1988

  • S04E222 1988-07-12

    • July 12, 1988

  • S04E223 1988-07-13

    • July 13, 1988

  • S04E224 1988-07-14

    • July 14, 1988

  • S04E225 1988-07-15

    • July 15, 1988

  • S04E226 1988-07-18

    • July 18, 1988

  • S04E227 1988-07-19

    • July 19, 1988

  • S04E228 Bruce Naegeli, Bryce Maritano, Christine Dibble

    • July 20, 1988

    Christine Dibble, an attorney from Washington, D.C.; Bryce Maritano, a writer from Los Angeles, California; Bruce Naegeli, a librarian from Phoenix, Arizona (whose 4-day cash winnings total $37,600).

  • S04E229 1988-07-21

    • July 21, 1988

  • S04E230 1988-07-22

    • July 22, 1988

Season 5