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Holy Inflation Batman!





Link to original video: https://youtu.be/3UpXJTRFQdo


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Bob Barker was very good at what he did.


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I remember watching as a little kid and enjoying the girls showing products. They were always hot.


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I remember watching as a little kid and enjoying the girls showing products. They were always hot.


I remember my cousin David, who was a few years older than me, commenting he'd kiss the bottom of one of the women. At the time I was quite puzzled by that comment.
 
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That was kinda fun. Actually enjoyed the commercials


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Bob Barker was very good at what he did.

I can't believe how good he was from the very first episode - no first time jitters or awkwardness. What a pro!
 
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Two things were interesting for me. that the price is right with Bob Barker was a rehash of an old price is right.

And it looks like the voice announcer was also the same one all these years with Bob.



"It did not really matter what we expected from life, but rather what life expected from us. We needed to stop asking about the meaning of life, and instead to think of ourselves as those who were being questioned by life – daily and hourly. Our answer must consist not in talk and meditation, but in right action and in right conduct. Life ultimately means taking the responsibility to find the right answer to its problems and to fulfill the tasks which it constantly sets for each individual." Viktor Frankl, Man's Search for Meaning, 1946.
 
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That was a trip down memory lane! Thanks for posting.
 
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Chock full of yesteryear awesomeness.
Thanks for posting it.


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Originally posted by Ronin1069:
Bob Barker was very good at what he did.

I can't believe how good he was from the very first episode - no first time jitters or awkwardness. What a pro!


I think he was a game show veteran. My mom (70yo now) was on Let's Make a Deal with him at one point, before TPIR
 
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Originally posted by SBrooks:
I remember watching as a little kid and enjoying the girls showing products. They were always hot.


I remember my cousin David, who was a few years older than me, commenting he'd kiss the bottom of one of the women. At the time I was quite puzzled by that comment.


I think I have heard stories that he might have bumped heads with Bob if he attempted that.


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Anyone remember the Mary Tyler Moore episode with Lou Grant reluctantly trying to persuade Ted Baxter not to quit and take a job as the emcee of a quiz show? " C'mon, Ted, do you really want people saying ' there goes Ted Baxter. He's a
quizzzzzmaster' " I think of that every time I see one of these shows.
 
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Oh man, that was classic.

So much good stuff - the first item up for bids?

A FUR COAT!!!!

And the bids are..what, like 150, 300, 650, 1000?

No one knows how to screw anyone else!



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drew is doing a very good job





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Originally posted by Veeper:
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Originally posted by iron chef:
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Originally posted by Ronin1069:
Bob Barker was very good at what he did.

I can't believe how good he was from the very first episode - no first time jitters or awkwardness. What a pro!


I think he was a game show veteran. My mom (70yo now) was on Let's Make a Deal with him at one point, before TPIR

He hosted Truth or Consequences for nearly 20 years before TPIR. Then a few other shows. Don't think he ever hosted Let's Make a Deal, though.



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Originally posted by Veeper:
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Originally posted by iron chef:
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Originally posted by Ronin1069:
Bob Barker was very good at what he did.

I can't believe how good he was from the very first episode - no first time jitters or awkwardness. What a pro!


I think he was a game show veteran. My mom (70yo now) was on Let's Make a Deal with him at one point, before TPIR

He hosted Truth or Consequences for nearly 20 years before TPIR. Then a few other shows. Don't think he ever hosted Let's Make a Deal, though.


Whoops! That was the one. Truth or Consequences. I called her last night to ask.
 
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I remember watching as a little kid and enjoying the girls showing products. They were always hot.





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anyone remember the grandfather clocks that they would offer as prizes?

I remember thinking w.t.f.?





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I noticed Barker didn't advise to have your pets spayed and neutered quite yet.



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They used to regularly have products from a mail order house in Chicago called Speigel. Wonder what happened to Speigel.

My wife's grandmother won a bunch of stuff on Price is Right somewhere around 1980.
 
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