It has been replaced with a live-fire course designed for military androids.

The Enrichment Center apologizes for the inconvenience and wishes you the best of luck." You've been ruthlessly blasting through enemies with a machine gun for the past several hours, but suddenly your weapons are confiscated, and you're now forced to maneuver your way through the rest of the level stealthily while remaining in the shadows.

When the show was once again revamped as "Super Password," White was front and center.

The game itself wasn't exceptional—the real draw was the celebrity panel that seemed to have more fun than any other cast on television.

White appeared with the likes of Richard Dawson, Charles Nelson Reilly, and Brett Summers, and the comedy that came out of this show was top-notch.

A talented actress, writer, and comedienne, she has made her mark on numerous genres.

She's beloved by fans in all the genres she's worked in, but none more than those who treasure her support and involvement with game shows.

She outshone the rest of the celebrity lineup, proving that she was just as sharp in 2008 as she was in the 1960s.

It's clear that White is the best-known celebrity name in game shows, and there's no doubt that she has earned her title as the first lady of the genre.

She became one of the first panelists that producers would turn to when a new game show was looking for celebrity contestants.

White's success as a game show panelist led her to star on "Password," the gig that would change her life.

She would be followed eventually by ​"Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" host Meredith Vieira in 2005.

By 1984 it was impossible to imagine any iteration of "Password" without White as a celebrity player.

Viewers were guaranteed to laugh during every episode. " ​never really made the big time as a classic game show, it was notable for one very good reason—its host.