In April 2006, Game Show Network debuted a flashy new version of I've Got a Secret. The host this time was comic Bil Dwyer, and the four regular panelists for the entire run were author and comedian Frank DeCaro, former Major League Baseball player Billy Bean, stand-up comic Suzanne Westenhoefer, and Jermaine Taylor. Some publicity leading up to the launch of the show made a point of mentioning that the entire panel was gay (Bean had written a book about his experiences as a closeted professional athlete), but that was never really brought up on program. The only reference the show made to it was that occasionally, Dwyer would be introduced slyly as, "The straight man to our panel."
GSN produced forty episodes that aired daily for eight weeks, and were rerun several times. Not every show featured a celebrity guest, but celebrities would show up from time to time. Among the celebrities to appear were Corbin Bernsen, George Wendt, Tom Green, Adam West, Phyllis Diller, Tom Bergeron, Lorenzo Lamas and Jerry Springer. Diller appeared on the original show, both as a panelist and as a guest. Lorenzo Lamas' mother Arlene Dahl was pregnant with him when she appeared on the panel in 1957 ( E264 ).
The pictures below are not from the show itself, though they are on the show's set. They are from a March 27 launch party for the Los Angeles chapter of the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association.