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I'm saying they would never use a hot pink on the set. I stand by my green, blue, purple, but perhaps it's the purple he's referring to as pink.Cyclone
I'm saying they would never use a hot pink on the set.
http://www.golden-road.net/gg/displayimage.php?album=6&pos=1That pink looks pretty hot to me.
I stand by my green, blue, purple, but perhaps it's the purple he's referring to as pink.
No, I assure you it was the pink that I was referring to as pink.
Well, two out of three ain't bad.
Point taken. I was referring to the doors, NEway, not the part behind Bob during Contestant's Row.
When you "Stand By" the wrong 2 out of 3 after multiple people said you were wrong, it is.
Uh...I had the blue and purple right, I had the pink wrong. That's the two out of three. Obviously I forgot the middle door was pink. For some reason, I thought one of them was green, obviously thinking of the green door now or something.Cyclone
You missed my most recent post in this thread apparently.
It shouldn't take Einstein to figure out the "part behind Bob during Contestants'* Row" has the three exact same colors as the three doors.
I find it ironic how the show tries to mix up the prizes and offer "cool" things like over-stuffed trips and impossible to price items to make the show less "predictable." Yet, the same things happen every single time a show airs.
As I observe the old game props, they made a constant feel as if they were playing in a carnival; each game had intricate mechanisms to make them work properly and dazzle audiences. That feeling can't be duplicated with monitors and animations. I never thought of that analogy about old props on any game show before, but it makes sense the more I think about it.
Let's see how it looks on camera first. I certainly don't hate it.