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The show's first winner, David Bloomfield was one of the returning contestants, and was asked the question: If there have been a thousand episodes of The Weakest Link, each with nine players, how many contestants in total have appeared on the show?
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While on his first cross-country tour, he appeared on the Grand Ole Opry and defied that conservative show's ban on using drums of any sort.
Claire was the main focus of the show's first story arc, featuring the popular catchphrase, " Save the cheerleader, save the world ".
Other storylines included Leanne Battersby becoming a prostitute and the show's first bi-sexual love triangle ( between Michelle Connor, Sonny Dhillon, and Sean Tully ).
2010 saw the show's first lesbian storyline as Sophie Webster develops an attraction towards her best friend Sian Powers.
Throughout the first seven seasons of the series he has a complicated relationship with Lana Lang, as well as his self-perceived guilt over the fact that the meteor shower that killed Lana's parents and created most of the superhumans he fought in the show's first few years was caused by his rocket coming to Earth and dragging pieces of Krypton with it.
According to the show's executive producer, Terry Lickona, this is the first and only time in the show's long history that an episode went unaired.
It was written by John Cleese and Graham Chapman and first performed in the eighth episode of the show's first series, " Full Frontal Nudity " ( 7 December 1969 ).
The episodes ended the ongoing Temporal Cold War arc, which proved very unpopular among the show's viewers during the first three seasons.
* Medabots takes place in the 22nd century ; first mentioned during the show's initial dubbed intro song.
The Contender, a boxing show, unfortunately became the first American reality show in which a contestant committed suicide after being eliminated from the show ; the show's winner was promised a shot at a boxing world championship.
This television show's action and straightforward story-telling left little time for personal stories involving wives or girlfriends, though a two-part story in the first season dealt with the loss of McGarrett's sister's baby.
Between 2001 and 2004, Joss Whedon and Jeph Loeb developed a 4-minute pilot episode for Buffy the Animated Series, which was set during the show's first season.
After the show's successful first season, consultants were brought in to make suggestions for the show, including changing Janine to a more maternal character, giving every character a particular " job " ( Peter is the funny one, Egon is the smart one, and Winston, the only black character, was to be the driver ), and to add kids into the show.
Birch was cast and scheduled to make her American stage debut in the off Broadway revival of Dracula, but was fired for reasons apparently involving her father's interference four days before the show's first performance.
On an episode of The Gadget Show ( first aired on 30 March 2009 ), the Psion was pitted against the BlackBerry for a place on the show's Hall of Fame.
It was also the first time a show's educational effects on young children were studied, and the first time both summative and formative research were reflected in a television show's content.
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The show's winner, Bobby Banhart, claimed that he never saw Ms. Tequila again after the show finished taping, and that he was not given her telephone number.
The show's winner, which ended up being a male-female rap duo, was promised a record deal and funding to produce a music video, which would then enter MTV's heavy rotation.
The day's winner from the Match Game segment faced the show's returning champion in the Hollywood Squares segment, and played until time ran out, with the winner playing the " Super Match " bonus from Match Game.
The first season's winner was BeBe Zahara Benet, and first runner-up Nina Flowers was chosen by fans as " Miss Congeniality " through voting via the show's official website.
Many bachelorettes are runner-ups or eliminated contestants from The Bachelor, including Trista Rehn, whose wedding to Ryan Sutter – the show's winner – was televised on ABC.
The female winner of the show's first season, Milly Ruperto, has already participated in a soap opera, playing a boxing trainer, alongside Venezuelan superstar Gaby Spanic.
Survivor: Marquesas winner Vecepia Towery was pregnant at the time of the show's filming, ruling her out of the game automatically.
Sandra Diaz-Twine ( born July 30, 1974 ) was the $ 1, 000, 000 winner of the seventh season of Survivor, Survivor: Pearl Islands and the winner of the 20th season in Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains ; she is the show's only two-time winner.
The show's climax occurred when one of the contestants, Linda Kazdová, from Czech Republic, was brought back to the show after eliminating herself, and was later selected by Smith as the winner.
He also appeared on The Terry and Gaby Show from 2003 to 2004 ( where he burnt his hand trying to perform a trick with a microwave and a piece of soap ) and has appeared on BBC Two quiz show QI, becoming the show's first ever winner.
He became the show's first winner that season, and was soon signed to a recording contract with Columbia Records Nashville.
The show's director Kosh, winner of three Grammy Awards, is the former creative director for Apple Records and designer for the Beatles and Eagles.
The show's winner was required to bet at least half their winnings on one hand of Blackjack, with the chance to continue gambling if successful.
In the Scrabble Sprint round, the winner of the Crossword game ( now the " challenger ") faces off against the show's reigning champion.
While the show's premise is to find one winner with promises of a recording deal and other frugal benefits, the Idol series often has several contestants who go onto the same route of fame, whether they be finalists, semi-finalists, or even auditioners.
The following evening he was crowned the winner, and was awarded the show's $ 1 million grand prize.
Recent shows have been sponsored ( with prizes going to the winner such as free Bridgestone tires or several cases of Shell Q Motor Oil ), with Series Four featuring NAPA Auto Parts as the series presenting sponsor for both the regular and All Out series, owing to the show's growing popularity.
Australian Adam Horder was the winner in 2002 but the 2004 winner is unknown after the show's cancellation.
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When The Byrds performed on December 12, 1965, David Crosby got into a shouting match with the show's director.
David Duchovny had appeared as a cross-dressing DEA agent in Twin Peaks, and the Mulder character was seen as a parallel to the show's FBI Agent Dale Cooper.
During the show's seventh season, star David Duchovny decided to leave the show, following a lawsuit against Fox.
In the show's second season ( 1997 – 1998 ), Buffy continues to come to terms with her destiny, finds forbidden love with benevolent vampire Angel ( David Boreanaz ), and clashes with new villains Spike ( James Marsters ) and Drusilla ( Juliet Landau ).
The show's main character, Larry David, says the phrase inadvertently to his rabbi once he and his wife are ready to go out and renew their vows, who then becomes offended because of a relative of his died on September 11, 2001 (" You knew my brother-in-law died on September 11th, how dare you say something like that ?!").
The hairy creature appeared in Addams cartoons as " It ", but was named " Cousin Itt " by the show's producer, David Levy.
According to screenwriter David Gerrold, the show's producers noticed similarities in the two stories and asked Heinlein for permission to use the idea.
The production was directed by David Cromer, who also performed the role of Stage Manager for much of the show's run.
Grammer usually joins the show's " table readings " ( wherein cast members read each script together for the first time ), and former executive producer David Mirkin described working with Grammer as very pleasant, due to his lively sense of humor.
The theme song, written by the show's co-writer David Croft and composer Ronnie Hazlehurst, consists of a lift girl ( whose voice was provided by Stephanie Gathercole ) announcing each floor over the musique concrète sounds of a cash register ( which basically serves as the only percussion instrument ) and a simple musical accompaniment.
He first makes a cameo in the episode " The Cat " ( in which he is briefly voiced by David Warner ), before appearing as a central figure in the " Six Forgotten Warriors " story arc, in which he turns his son into this show's version of Electro.
" The brothers ' oppositional politics led to their show's demise, with David Steinberg later claiming " The most innovative variety show on television shut down because of political pressure ".
Following the end of the show's fourth season, most of the original staff members left the show ; only Bill Oakley, Josh Weinstein, Conan O ' Brien and Dan McGrath remained, and O ' Brien soon left to replace David Letterman as host of Late Night.
David has explained the show's title in TV interviews as reflecting his perception that many people seem to live their lives projecting false enthusiasm, which he believes is used to imply that " they are better than you.
Matt Groening and David X. Cohen have served as executive producers and show runners during the show's entire run, and also function as creative consultants.
The premise, original story outlines, and the original characters were devised by David Sale who also wrote the scripts for the first episodes and continued as script editor for much of the show's run.
Pete, played by ex-Brookside actor David Easter, provided the series with a much-needed villain, and he quickly became the show's standout character.
After that show's writer David Sale, who had earlier been impressed by the performance she gave in the Australian Broadcasting Corporation-Artransa Films science fiction children's series Phoenix 5 ( 1970 ), saw her in the relatively minor role in The Group, he promised to write something especially for her next time.
During the show's run David was frequently asked why he did not play the character himself, he replied that he was only interested in writing the show, that, not only did he not want to act on the show, but it had never occurred to him and, even if it had, he highly doubted that NBC would have approved of his being cast.
Henry said they created the show by request of Daniel Melnick, who was a partner, along with Leonard Stern and David Susskind, of the show's production company, Talent Associates, to capitalize on " the two biggest things in the entertainment world today "— James Bond and Inspector Clouseau.
After being named executive director of the CTW, Cooney began to assemble a team of producers: Jon Stone was responsible for writing, casting, and format ; David Connell took over animation and volume ; and Samuel Gibbon served as the show's chief liaison between the production staff and the research team.
Author David Borgenicht called the episode " poignant "; Davis called it " a landmark broadcast " and " a truly memorable episode, one of the show's best ".
The show was written by co-creator Cannell ( 36 episodes ); one of the show's producers and Garner's partner at Cherokee Productions, Juanita Bartlett ( 34 episodes ; also Scarecrow and Mrs. King and In the Heat of the Night ); David Chase ( 16 episodes ; Northern Exposure and The Sopranos ); and Roy Huggins ( as John Thomas James ), among others.
Despite the show's relative failure, fans of the former UK Play spoof interviews show Rock Profile, often recall the creators and future stars of Little Britain, Matt Lucas and David Walliams's, appearance on the show as Danny and Noel from Hear ' Say, in which they constantly sang " Monday, Monday " after Theakston asked them a question.