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First, please accept my sincerest apologies if somebody already posted this, but I did a search and didn't see it posted.

I just wanted to tell everybody here that the Season 22 premiere was very recently uploaded to YouTube. As many of you know, this episode (which originally aired on 9/13/93) featured the debut of Cover Up but was preempted in much of the country. Many thanks to The Fun & Games Channel for uploading this episode.

Price is Right Recaps! / Re: TPiR Recap - 9/21/2018
« Last post by JayC on Yesterday at 10:05:33 PM »
Bargain Game couldn't have been any easier with the handbag bargain price being more than $2,000 below the TV.

Very tough loss in Check Out. The $9.99 Gold Bond claims yet another victim. The make your own vacation package was a pretty odd prize, I wonder what kind of limitations there were on the choices of location and accomodations.

Price is Right Recaps! / Re: TPiR Recap - 9/21/2018
« Last post by ThatDonGuy on Yesterday at 07:37:52 PM »
That's the third time this week I've seen the Gold Bond lotion.

LFaTs, pay attention.  Grocery items aren't exactly Ted-proof...yet.
Keep in mind today's episode was meant to air on November 13, and what is currently scheduled as the 11/13 episode was meant to air today.  The best guess as to why that I have heard so far is, "Trip to North Carolina."
Price is Right Recaps! / Re: TPiR Recap - 9/21/2018
« Last post by EvilChameleon on Yesterday at 07:35:29 PM »
Getting wins on both That's Too Much and Lucky 7 on their first playings of the year is great.
Silly question, but am I missing the results from this somewhere?
Price is Right Video Collection / Atinale al Precio 1999, Show #500
« Last post by WooWho on Yesterday at 07:18:46 PM »

Show #500 of the original Atinale al Precio in Mexico, and they knew how to put on a special:

  • Every contestant who is called down to play, regardless of whether they make it on stage or not, receives 500 pesos.
  • The first game of the lineup is a game they never played again after this. The contestant has the option of choosing which prize they will keep if they win the game. Afterwards, they have the option: do they want to try to pick the most expensive prize, the least expensive prize, or the prize whose price is between the other two? If they are right, they win the prize they chose at the outset.
  • Look carefully at the showcases. One of them offers a trip to LA, and specifically to see a taping of the American Price is Right.
The TALK Is Right / Re: New Male Model
« Last post by styleguy on Yesterday at 07:13:53 PM »
Interesting.  James is my favorite model on the show.  It'll be good to see another guy on the show.  Makes me nostalgic for my favorite 80s game show that had male models. 
Out In Left Field / Supermarket Sweep revival
« Last post by styleguy on Yesterday at 07:07:21 PM »
Has anyone heard anything about the Supermarket Sweep revival?  I heard about six months ago it was in a very beginning stage.  Has there been any progress with it?  I've been watching the reruns on Buzzr and I remember watching it first run on Lifetime in the 90s.  It's one of my favorite 90s game shows.   
Out In Left Field / Re: $OTC - Shopping or Winners Board
« Last post by styleguy on Yesterday at 07:04:32 PM »
Shopping was best.  Winners Board was fine but not as good as the Shopping Bonus Round.  The last bonus game after Winners Board didn't really fit with the show.  The budget cuts were obvious as others had mentioned when Winners Board & the last bonus game were in play. 

I love Sale of the Century.  I miss it and can't wait for a revival that follows the Perry version.  Temptation from 2008 doesn't exist to me. 
Out In Left Field / Re: Game shows that deserve a revival
« Last post by styleguy on Yesterday at 06:57:29 PM »
Waiting for Sale of the Century, obviously modeled after Jim Perry's excellent Sale of the Century from the 80s.  Hopefully I'll get one and Temptation from 2008 didn't destroy chances of a new SOTC. 
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