|BEAT THE CLOCK
1970: A week of episodes on this version of the series hosted by older brother Jack Narz.
September 8-26, 1980 Three week round-robin tournament with game show emcees playing for their favorite charities. Other emcees in the tournament included Bill Cullen, Gene Rayburn, Wink Martindale, Allen Ludden, Alex Trebek, Jack Clark, and Jim Lange.
Unknown date; Tom was partnered with Richard Deacon; their opponents were Ed Ames & McLean Stevenson
1987 Game Show Emcees week with Jim Peck, Peter Tomarken, and Bob Goen
1983 “Battle of the Television Hosts” week-long special; Tom’s family—named “The Heavenly Hosts”—also included Jim Lange, Peter Marshall, Leslie Uggams, and Bert Parks. Their opponents were “The Magnificent Emcees”: Bill Cullen, Bob Eubanks, Nipsey Russell, Betty White, and Jim Perry.
|THE HOLLYWOOD SQUARES
1977 with Ed Asner, Barbara Rhodes, Jim Nabors, Joan Rivers, Billy Crystal, Isabel Sanford, Geroge Gobel, and Paul Lynde.
November 3-7, 2003: "Game Show Week 2" with Jaye P. Morgan & Jamie Farr, Bob Eubanks, Betty White, Monty Hall, Jo Anne Worley, Rose Marie, Nipsey Russell, Martin Mull
Unknown date; The Ultimate TV Game Show Book lists Tom as one of many game show emcees who had a turn as panelist at some point during the show's run.
|THE MATCH GAME
October 2-6, 1967 with Ed McMahon
September 8-12, 1969 with Brenda Vaccaro
13th taped week of the 1981-82 syndicated season with Brett Sommers, Charles Nelson Reilly, Gail Farrell, McLean Stevenson, and Joyce Bulifant
*March 6-10, 1972 with Pat Carroll
*July 3-7, 1972 with Jo Anne Worley
*October 30-November 3, 1972 with Anita Gillette
*April 30-May 4, 1973 with Lois Nettleton
*June 11-15, 1973 “Celebrity Charity Week” with Elizabeth Montgomery, Jim & Henny Backus, Carolyn Jones, James Shigera, Dick Gautier, Wayne Rogers, George Eckstein, Dave Madden, and Joanne Meredith
*March 18-22, 1974 with Sandy Duncan
February 12-16, 1979 with Elaine Joyce
1987 Game Show Emcees Charity week with John Davidson, Peter Tomarken, Jamie Farr*, Bill Rafferty, and Chuck Woolery.**
*Jamie Farr had a game show pilot called "Double Up," set to air on NBC until being pulled at the eleventh hour.
**Throughout the week, Chuck (the host) would play while Marc Summers served as guest-host for his games
1987 with Nichelle Nichols
TO TELL THE TRUTH
|WHEEL OF FORTUNE
November 1980: Single day as part of "Game Show Hosts Week," Tom competed against two contestants on behalf of a member of the studio audience. Bill Cullen is also known to have participated in this week