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Offline SuperMatch93

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Re: The Price is Right: The Barker Era on Pluto TV
« Reply #1290 on: June 26, 2022, 11:04:21 PM »
I will expect that game to be played on the January 3, 2023 episode for $200,000.  Each chip would be up to $40,000.

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Re: The Price is Right: The Barker Era on Pluto TV
« Reply #1291 on: July 06, 2022, 10:40:26 PM »
With the first 200 shows now On Demand, going to make a couple of educated guesses:

New batch of eps sooner rather than later.
The first two cycles (S11 plus first S12 shows) will soon be On Demand-only (they've essentially stopped promoting S11 eps on social at all)

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Re: The Price is Right: The Barker Era on Pluto TV
« Reply #1292 on: July 07, 2022, 12:50:16 AM »
With the first 200 shows now On Demand, going to make a couple of educated guesses:

New batch of eps sooner rather than later.
The first two cycles (S11 plus first S12 shows) will soon be On Demand-only (they've essentially stopped promoting S11 eps on social at all)

Microphone Elbow lives on!

It makes sense to have to leave early episodes behind now, especially if they want to keep chugging along into 90s eps. We can't keep going back to square one forever.
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Re: The Price is Right: The Barker Era on Pluto TV
« Reply #1293 on: July 07, 2022, 01:07:14 AM »
My apologies for the double post, but just now I happened to take a look at the On Demand section, and I'm kicking myself for not noticing earlier. It's an excellent feature, with a pause button, zero lag, and a skip feature as well. Best of all, it's still free! Very pleased!
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Re: The Price is Right: The Barker Era on Pluto TV
« Reply #1294 on: July 07, 2022, 03:35:50 PM »
Well, that version of On Demand is the only “type” of On Demand that I’ve known and gotten used to!

I agree with Chelsea in terms of what I expect will happen going forward.  OTOH, I wouldn’t be shocked if Microphone Elbow and the Season 11 stuff remained.  Though I’d be surprised, as it would not make any sense.  I’ve often/always suggested that in time, there should be a second channel for the old content to be run non-stop while newer material entered the rotation.  That way, it’s not a month-plus wait between airings.

Speaking of newer material, someone at Discord mentioned a possibility of them releasing 200 shows instead of the usual 100.  Given it’s been quite a long time (now approaching half a year) since they’ve added to the rotation, it would be fair enough.  I actually thought of that myself prior to Memorial Day, which led to checking out stuff from Season 14 before those vanished (as a 200-episode drop should factor in 1986 content).

I guess we’ll find out what’s next.  It takes time to make sure everything is ready.  That I understand.  However, if efforts increase, then they might actually complete the final 25 seasons well before the middle of the century.  A little joke there (as their current process suggested a long time between present time and the end); we are still a long way from 2007.

Still a pleasant surprise for On Demand Price; I was not that optimistic it would ever happen (this soon)!
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Re: The Price is Right: The Barker Era on Pluto TV
« Reply #1295 on: August 07, 2022, 12:17:30 PM »
I remember seeing an episode way back in the 1980s in which there was a young child in the studio audience, and Bob started a conversation with him, and the boy was offered a large assortment of toys which was revealed behind the giant price tag, and I think at least one or two models were standing alongside the toys.  I also believe one of the toys was a Transformers toy.  I am thinking the episode aired sometime in the mid-1980s - has Pluto TV aired this episode yet?

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Re: The Price is Right: The Barker Era on Pluto TV
« Reply #1296 on: August 07, 2022, 03:02:55 PM »
Not to be that guy...but I dont think this happened...mainly because S&P rules they had back then strictly kept kids out for the most part.

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« Reply #1297 on: August 07, 2022, 04:45:57 PM »
Not to be that guy...but I dont think this happened...mainly because S&P rules they had back then strictly kept kids out for the most part.

I don't think it was anything S&P-related, rather it was the show being so popular by that point that they needed every single seat in the audience and didn't want to waste them on minors who were automatically ineligible.

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Re: The Price is Right: The Barker Era on Pluto TV
« Reply #1298 on: August 07, 2022, 04:55:46 PM »
Not to be that guy...but I dont think this happened...mainly because S&P rules they had back then strictly kept kids out for the most part.
I have no problem being that guy. Kids were allowed in the audience until sometime in the late 80s or early 90s. Kathleen Bradley talks about it in her book; purportedly the decision to stop permitting under-18's was because of her kids not clapping/being enthusiastic enough.