At 18:22 does Charles Nelson Reilly say "Fuck Me".
Kirstie has some nice nipples. Err I mean dimples.
The part where Robert Pine's face was inserted in Jamie Lee Curtis' perm haired head made me scream with endless laughter. That was so funny!!!! 😆😆😆😆. Oh yeah and there was this part where an interior decorator named Kirstie Alley competed and won $5000 for matching CNR with the same answer of "south" paw. She's been a beautiful lady forever and she always had such lovely baby blue eyes. Becoming an actress was the best choice she made in her life. 😍💕👀.
Enjoyed watching these shows growing up 😊.
I'm guessing this show is from 1979..
Jamie Lee Curtis is just gorgeous! Love Match Game!!.
Brett is so drunk this episode it's embarrassing..
Robert Pine is always a joy to have on the panel! Huge CHiPs fan!.
Oh yes that Kirstie was a gorgeous lady. Perhaps still is have not seen her lately..
Follow me on this one: Kirstie is on with Robert Pine and Dick Martin. Three years later, Kirstie would star with William Shatner in "Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan," a Paramount movie. Shatner, of course, was Admiral James T. Kirk. Five years after that, she would replace Shelly Long on "Cheers," a Paramount sitcom. Robert Pine is the father of Chris Pine, who played Captain James T. Kirk in the "Star Trek" reboot movies. Pine has worked with many actors who starred in "Star Trek" productions over the years, including the aforementioned Shatner. In fact, Pine's recurring cast member on "CHiPs" at the time of this "Match Game" episode was Michael Dorn (Officer Jebediah Turner). Dorn would later play Lt. Worf on "Star Trek: The Next Generation" and "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine." Another "CHiPs" co-star, Lou Wagner, who played the police mechanic Harlan, played one of the first Ferengis in "Star Trek: TNG." A guest star during "CHiPs" 3rd Season (1979-80) was Andrew Robinson (filling in for the injured Erik Estrada), who later played the former Cardassian spy Garak on "Star Trek: DS9." Pine himself would guest star on "Star Trek: Voyager" and "Star Trek: Enterprise." As for Dick Martin would be on "Password Plus" several months later with his former co-star, the legendary Lucille Ball, who headed Desilu where "Star Trek: The Original Series" was originally produced. Lucille would sell Desilu to Paramount while "Star Trek TOS" was still in production. One of the contestants on "Password Plus" that week: Kirstie Alley!.
Jamie Lee Curtis is hot as all hell...🔥....
What was that glare Brett gives to Betty White at 5:14?? Did they have a problem with each other? Ordinarily Brett is so easy to laugh. EDIT: At 12:42, they go at it again!.