While cleaning out his garage a few weeks back Mark Richards ran across bits of nostalgia — old air check tapes of a radio game show he created and hosted some years ago.
What does GS stand for?
GS stands for Game Show
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- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 113 other meanings of GS in our Acronym Attic
- Ga-Rei Zero (anime)
- Gamer Radio Zero (podcast)
- Government of the Republic of Zambia
- Graz, Austria - Thalerhof (Airport Code)
- (USN Rating) Gas Turbine System Technician
- Gaelic Storm (Celtic band)
- Gainesville Sun (Gainesville, FL newspaper)
- Galatasaray Sports Club (Turkey soccer club)
- Galilee Society (Israel)
- Galvanized Steel
Samples in periodicals archive:
26, 1959 black-and-white episode of the ``To Tell The Truth'' game show as the three silhouettes take their position on the stage.
LOS ANGELES, March 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Game Show Network honors New York Yankee legend Joe DiMaggio on Sunday, March 14 at 9 p.
OTC BB: WNWN) has entered into an exclusive agreement with the Shanghai China Welfare Lottery to develop new Instant Ticket lottery games and a new TV lottery game show to be marketed throughout the Shanghai region.
Nearly 1,000 would-be contestants turned out Sunday at NBC Studios in Burbank to audition for the white-hot game show ``The Weakest Link,'' proof positive that Americans enjoy getting insulted almost as much as they like winning money.
28 /PRNewswire/ -- Imagine a hip, lively music trivia show with an offbeat sense of humor -- a kind of late night talk show meets music video meets game show -- with a twist.
3, 2003 Popular Game Shows Are the Closest Experience to Being an In-Studio Game Show Contestant Atari, through a licensing agreement with Sony Pictures Consumer Products (SPCP), transports game show fans to the Hollywood studios of the most popular game shows with Jeopardy
Byline: Keith Marder Daily News Television Writer The hair may be thinner, the suits are less flamboyant, but if you close your eyes and listen to the wit and the quickness coming from Bob Eubanks, you'd swear it was 1966 and ``The Newlywed Game'' was the hip new game show on television's landscape.