Premise

A revamped spin around the famous tic-tac-toe board, again featuring a mixed bag of celebrities. For the first four years, the show was executive produced by Whoopi Goldberg, who also occupied the center square during that time.

Cast

Guest Stars

Charo
37 Episodes (2002-2004)
Teri Garr
14 Episodes (2001-2002)
Lisa Ling
13 Episodes (2001-2002)
Steve Whitmire
Kermit the Frog
9 Episodes (2002-2003)
Coolio
8 Episodes (2003-2003)
Master P
8 Episodes (2002-2004)
Lil' Romeo
8 Episodes (2002-2004)
Eric Jacobson
Miss Piggy
7 Episodes (2003-2003)
Alf
7 Episodes (2003-2004)
Anne Meara
6 Episodes (2002-2003)
Jamie Farr
6 Episodes (2001-2003)
Ricki Lake
6 Episodes (2002-2003)
Adam West
5 Episodes (2002-2002)
Ed McMahon
5 Episodes (2003-2003)
Elise Neal
5 Episodes (2002-2002)
Hal Linden
5 Episodes (2004-2004)
Hulk Hogan
5 Episodes (2002-2002)
Kerr Smith
5 Episodes (2002-2002)
Linda Gray
5 Episodes (2004-2004)
Hal Sparks
5 Episodes (2004-2004)
RuPaul
5 Episodes (2002-2002)
Liza Huber
5 Episodes (2003-2003)
Chaka Khan
5 Episodes (2002-2002)
Star Jones
5 Episodes (2002-2002)
Mark Curry
5 Episodes (2004-2004)
Laila Ali
5 Episodes (2002-2002)
Mo Collins
5 Episodes (2002-2002)
KC
5 Episodes (2004-2004)
Bo Derek
4 Episodes (2002-2002)
Molly Sims
4 Episodes (2002-2002)
Kelly Hu
3 Episodes (2002-2002)
Mo'Nique
3 Episodes (2001-2003)
Dule Hill
3 Episodes (2002-2002)
Ben Stein
2 Episodes (2003-2003)
Ben Vereen
2 Episodes (2003-2003)
Dawn Wells
2 Episodes (2001-2001)
Debi Mazar
2 Episodes (2002-2002)
Mila Kunis
2 Episodes (2000-2000)
Tom Bosley
2 Episodes (2001-2001)
Tom Poston
2 Episodes (2001-2001)
Lisa Ling
2 Episodes (2001-2002)
Hoku
2 Episodes (2000-2000)
Tyrese
2 Episodes (2000-2000)

Credits

Executive Producer (2 Credits)