|NBC Daytime, September 29, 1969-March 27, 1970|
|Al Lohman and Roger Barkley|
|NBC Studio 3, Burbank, California|
Lohman & Barkely's Name Droppers was a short-lived daytime game show that featured a celebrity panel of three with twenty studio contestants who played for a week along with a "Name Dropper" a person who in some way had a connection to one of the three celebrities. (i.e. a maid, first grade teacher or mechanic)
The celebrities told stories about how they were related to the "Name Dropper". The contestants voted for the celebrity whose story they believed. If they were correct they each received $10. The "Name Dropper" collected $10 for each incorrect vote. In addition, each game had two contestants got a chance to explain why they chose as they did and then played for a bonus prize. The contestant with the greatest number of correct guesses on a week's worth of shows won a bonus of $1,000.