Television stars are the contestants as the three major networks ABC, NBC and CBS battle each other in a variety of games including the tug-o-war and the obstacle course.

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Howard Cosell ...
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Himself - ABC Team Captain
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Herself - ABC Team (as Darlene Carr)
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Herself - ABC Team (as Farrah Fawcett-Majors)
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Himself - ABC Team
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Himself - ABC Team (as Bobby Hegyes)
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Himself - ABC Team
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Himself - CBS Team Captain
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Herself - CBS Team
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Himself - CBS Team
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Himself - CBS Team
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Television stars are the contestants as the three major networks ABC, NBC and CBS battle each other in a variety of games including the tug-o-war and the obstacle course.

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Wouldn't Work Today
7 May 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Yes you're right it was a very entertaining show with a lot of eye candy on display (I can recall an SNL spoof calling it Battle of the T & A's). A version today would pale by comparison for two reasons. With all the bot-ox and implants on display, it would look like an endorsement for plastic surgery. The other reason is the most important, Howard Cosell is Dead. He had his detractors but no one could give more hyperbole to something that was sheer titillating entertainment than he could. He could make "Keeping with the The Kasdashians" must see TV. I would prefer watching the old shows minus the episode with Van Dyke and Van Ark as co-hosts. The series was a great piece of nostalgia.


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