Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Telecast on weekday afternoons, this Canadian quiz show was the TV equivalent of the old parlor game "Dictionary" (more recently revised as "Balderdash"). The celebrity contestants would be given an odd word and invited to come up with definitions; only one player knew the word's real meaning, and it was up to the others to determine which definition was correct. Typically, funny answers were encouraged by the producers. Debuting April 5, 1976, It's Your Choice was on the air for only a few weeks when one of the regular contestants, Don McGill, died suddenly. He was replaced by guest "team captains" until the series ran its course on September 5, 1977.