The Hollywood Squares (1965–1982)
version of same show concept from different country
Answer to question in category Game Shows
Malcolm refers to Lenny and his friends as "Hollywood and the Squares."
Gene compares Paula Prentiss's line readings in "The Black Marble" to Paul Lynde's on "The Hollywood Squares"
Gene Siskel says that Paula Prentiss in "The Black Marble" (1980) reminds him of Paul Lynde on this TV series.
Elvira mentions the show.
Subject of a $1,200 clue in the category "Hit TV Shows in Other Words"
Title used as a category title
Barney uses the show's catchphrase "circle gets the square".
In "Geddup Noise", Homestar refers to the center square from that show (where celebrities normally sit for a long time) on his show, "The Show"
Shirley says, "It reminds me of a past life; I was, like, one of the Hollywood Squares."
Dwight: "And circle gets the square."
"It's kind of like watching Hollywood Squares"
Crow: "Tonight, on 'The Hollywood Squares'!"
Hampton says "Charley Weaver for the block" after being hit on the head too many times.
Paul Lynde says, "Circle gets the square."
Sight gag on Weekend Update
Referenced in Nat X
Referenced by Garrett Morris as he recounts his own roots
Mentioned by Chevy Chase and during Gary Weiss's short film
Officer Hoppy stops by to catch Jack Webb's appearance on the program.
Fred refers to this then-popular game show.
Angel quotes Vincent Price from this show.
"This is a hospital, Hank, not the Hollywood Squares!"
Fran mentions the show by name.
Mentioned by name.
Neal gets up from dinner to watch Hollywood Squares
Bill mentions the show
mentioned by Martin
In "The Show", Homestar's line "Pom Pom, for the block," is a reference to this game show.
A character refers to the show in one scene
Paul Lynde: "Sounds like 'Hollywood Squares.'"
It's mentioned by name by Farrell's agent, who even mentions Farrell sitting in the bottom right square.
Tour guide mentions title.
Referenced during the Nat X sketch
TV show mentioned by "Mr. Blackman".
mentioned in dialogue
Max mentions this television show.
The grandfather character mentions that he has to stay home and watch his game shows and then names them.
referenced by name
While they are putting away the cocaine in the pantry, Little Pete tells Freddy to hurry up as he does not want to miss this.
Shown as part of the 1971 episode, even though it originally aired in 1965.
Episode was Shown
Hollywood Scares is a spoof of this show.
XXX parody of the game show
Hermes has a cubicle "right next to the center square" which contains Paul Lynde
The "Springfield Squares" TV program Homer appears on spoofs "Hollywood Squares."
Most of the cast winds up on a similar game show