In his three-hour interview, Bob Stewart (1920-2012) speaks about his transition from radio to television and his first television show, Songs for Sale. In 1955, Stewart began his association with producers Mark Goodson and Bill Todman (Goodson-Todman). He talks about creating the game shows To Tell the Truth, The Price is Right, and Password. He discusses the Quiz Show Scandals and their impact on future game shows. Stewart talks about his continued his success with his show The $10,000 Pyramid (later re-titled The $100,000 Pyramid). He discusses the importance of game show host selection, the qualities of a perfect contestant, and the key to creating a fun and successful game show. Fred Wostbrock conducted the interview on September 11, 1998 in Los Angeles, CA.