Who Do You Trust? (1956–1963)
"Do You Trust Your Wife" (original title)

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Married pairs of contestants were asked to answer questions, the husband deciding whether he or she would answer. The original emcee Edgar Bergen was later replaced by Johnny Carson.

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Edgar Bergen ...
 Himself - Host (1 episode, 1956)
Edwin Reimers ...
 Himself - Announcer (1 episode, 1956)
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Married pairs of contestants were asked to answer questions, the husband deciding whether he or she would answer. The original emcee Edgar Bergen was later replaced by Johnny Carson.

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3 January 1956 (USA)  »

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[Firefighter describes a fire at a brassiere factory]
Firefighter (guest contestant): And you know what the smell was, Johnny? Burnt rubber.
Himself - Host: Sort of a falsie alarm?
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"Who Do You Trust?" was the second name of the show.
13 February 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

When I started watching this show, its title was "Do You Trust Your Wife?" When they decided to use pairs of contestants that were not couples, they changed the show's title to "Who Do You Trust?" When Johnny Carson got the Tonight Show gig, I was hoping that Ed McMahon would go with him; luckily, that happened. *** The rest of this note exists simply to make it long enough to meet the 10 line minimum. Being a person of relatively few words, I don't like to waste them. However, if volume is what is wanted for the website, then here it is. I think we've gotten to the ninth line by now and should soon be at the tenth line. Here it is! The tenth line feels the same as the ninth line. Darn. ***


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