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There's something intriguing about watching someone answer a question, or spin a wheel, or pick a suitcase. That's why game shows have been around for nearly three-quarters of a century. Here are some of our favorite stories from game show lore.1. The First Game ShowThe first game show ever broadcast was Spelling Bee, a BBC program that premiered on May 14, 1938. Host Freddie Grisewood dressed as a schoolteacher and asked guests to spell words. Advertisers flocked to support the program, but it... READ ON
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Trash for Cash: An Oral History of Garbage Pail Kids
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Golf legend Jack Nicklaus didn't earn his nickname, the Golden Bear, because of his size, his demeanor, or his hair. It was the name of his high school mascot.

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