Well, every generation must have their own To Tell the Truth show, and the 2000-2002 version from Pearson Entertainment, produced by Michael Weinberg (who was also a producer on Penn & Teller's Sin City Spectacular) was fast, fun and streamlined to match the new millennium.

All the music on the new show was composed by Gary Stockdale, which explains why it warrants a page on this site. It was hosted by John O'Hurley, with permanent celebrity panelists, Meshach Taylor and Paula Poundstone during Season One. Paula was replaced by  Kim Coles and Brooke Burns for Season Two. Frequent visitors to the panel have included Richard Kind, Dave Coulier, and Whose Line Is It Anyway? regulars Greg Proops and Brad Sherwood. But the most anticipated guest panelist showed up for one episode in the first season: the seemingly ageless Kitty Carlisle.  

From the show's official website: To Tell The Truth is the classic game show that features three contestants all claiming to be the same person. Following the host's introduction of the contestants, an affidavit is read describing the life, activities and/or unique experiences of the individual who all three contestants are claiming to be. The featured celebrity panel then asks the three contestants questions, in hopes of trying to determine which one is telling the truth and which two are lying. Following the question session, each panelist has to vote for the contestant he thinks really is the person described in the affidavit. Wrong guesses are worth money to all three contestants, who split the winnings equally.

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