Guess Again was a short-lived primetime game show in which celebrities acted out skits and contestants had to guess what they were doing for money.
A stock company of players presented a series of vignettes, with questions then posed to the panel. Each of the three panelists was aided by a playing partner from the studio audience and won $10 for answering the first question correctly, $15 for the second, $20 for the third, and $25 for the fourth (for a maximum of $70). Each correct answer gave the panelists a chance to answer the next question and "guess again" (hence the name of the show). Money won by the celebrities was given to charity, while their contestant partners kept their winnings.
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On June 28, the show was replaced by the debut of Amos 'n' Andy.