The $100,000 Pyramid | 1985
Two teams, each composed of one celebrity and one non-celebrity contestant, compete. One team chooses one subject (out of six) that are displayed on a pyramid. Each subject contains seven related objects. One player must use one-word clues and relate the meaning of each object to his partner within 30 seconds). Each correct association scores one point. Three such rounds are played and the contestant with the highest score is the winner and receives the opportunity to win up to $25,000 by guessing seven subjects within sixty seconds. At a later date (seven weeks), the three players who used the least amount of time at the pyramid compete again, this time for $100,000.