A Funny Site of the Day with your Guide Mike Durrett
Premiering in 1966, television's latest incarnation of Tic-Tac-Toe employed the biggest stars and wits (available) to liven up the otherwise mundane proceedings. The fun came in the traditional Q & A segments where celebrity queries were always phrased as comic straight lines -- and the stars welcomed the bait, hurling adlibs and putdowns at every target imaginable.
Peter Marshall: If you find
someone lying unconscious in the street, should you do anything?
This extensive homage site, presented by Dixon Hayes, zeroes in on the Peter Marshall-hosted era, which crossed 15 years in daytime and nighttime versions, enhancing the stardom of its regular panelists as it welcomed home viewers to the daily parties. Here are several areas of interest, some quite extensive in joking material:
Quotations pages, featuring Paul Lynde, Wally
Cox, Charley Weaver, Rose Marie, George Gobel, other regulars and guests, plus politically
According to Billy Graham, is immorality contagious?
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Comedy is in the mind of the beholder. Proceed at your own risk.
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