From April 29, 1989 to April 28, 1990, and again from September 10, 1990 to September 26, 1992, Disney Channel aired a version called Teen Win, Lose or Draw. This version was hosted by Marc Price for its entire run. Jay Wolpert produced the first season, which taped at the Disney-MGM Studios in Orlando, with Stone-Stanley Productions taking over for the rest of the run, at which time production also moved to the CBS Studio Center in Los Angeles. Rotating as announcers during the first season were Brandy Brown, Chase Hampton and Tiffini Hale, with Mark L. Walberg taking over that duty for the final two seasons. Teams were made up of two teen-age contestants (one each of two boys and two girls), and a teen-age celebrity. Gameplay was largely identical to the original run,[2] with the following differences:

  • Round 1 – The Clue Round: A player from each team draw as many words within 60 seconds. Each of the words was a clue to a puzzle – a person, place, thing, event, etc. The team in control had the first chance to answer; if they were unable to give the correct answer, the opposing team could guess to win the points.
  • Round 2 – The Phrase Round: The team is given a category, with the phrase based in that category. As in the original, the clue-giver could hand off to a teammate after 30 seconds.
  • Round 3 – The Speed Round: Played identically to the adult version, with the trailing team going first (or the team that went first in round one playing first if the score was tied). A grand prize was given to the winning team, with the losing team getting a consolation gift.