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Out In Left Field / Re: 2022 College Football season
« Last post by moneygamelover on Today at 07:34:40 PM »
At this point, I think both Georgia and Michigan are locks now. USC now seems to be a case of win and in and lose and out. TCU is clearly in with a win. TCU could go either way with a loss. Ohio State and to a certain degree Alabama are rooting for TCU and USC to lose and lose big at that. This now is clearly a case where if the top 4 win their conferences, they're getting the 4 playoff berths.
Out In Left Field / Re: 2022 College Football season
« Last post by SeaBreeze341 on Today at 07:13:11 PM »
Top Six: Georgia, Michigan, TCU, USC, Ohio State, Alabama

The reveal went from 6 to 1.  There may have been drama between Michigan and Georgia for the Top 2 spots, but everything held this week
Out In Left Field / Re: 2022 College Football season
« Last post by SeaBreeze341 on Today at 06:21:35 PM »
IMO, and barring a major collapse from the Top 4, Bama is done.  However, I think Ohio State is as well, but to a lesser extent.  While both polls have Ohio State and Alabama at 5 & 6, as mentioned, it'll come down to the rankings.  I wouldn't be shocked if the Tide is 5th over OSU, who lost big at home against their rival missing their big RB star.  If they are, they'll need only one of the Top 4 to lose in order to get in.  Unless it's Georgia, as I don't think they'd miss the playoff outright despite LSU's fall.  What LSU has done this year is very impressive.

I could be wrong about Ohio State missing out, but I don't see any way they jump USC unless the Trojan lose again to Utah.  Sure the Buckeyes are 11-1, but USC is a decent program.  Similar to LSU, they've exceeded expectations.  12-1 is very nice; like OSU, just one loss, but 12-1 as a conference champion over the defending champs would totally clinch their spot in the playoff
I definitely know what you're referring to. I've seen quite a few older episodes (mostly early to mid-80s, but occasionally in the early 90s as well) where the sound effects were played for what seemed like an annoyingly long time.

There was a clip on YouTube years ago from around 1982 where a contestant won both showcases and the clanging/whooping played for most of the winner's walk. Holly can even be seen briefly seen turning to look somewhere offstage with a "Seriously?!" look on her face and the sound stopped shortly after that.
Out In Left Field / Re: 2022 Obituaries Thread
« Last post by htmlcc92 on Today at 11:35:17 AM »
Thatís sad. Just watched Die Hard on Saturday.
Out In Left Field / Re: 2022 Obituaries Thread
« Last post by dagdoggnh on Today at 11:03:04 AM »
Clarence Gilyard Jr., best known for playing Conrad McMasters on "Matlock" and Ranger Jimmy Trivette on "Walker, Texas Ranger", as well as roles in "Die Hard" and "Top Gun" died on November 28 at age 66 following a long illness.

Ok, I wasn't imagining things. I thought that I heard something about this or read something about this somewhere online. I don't care what anyone says, back then, The Price is Right seemed to be like a big celebration party of some kind and back then, it seemed like the fun would never end.
Yes, someone back then really loved those clangs and whoops. It wasnít unusual for them to play through most of the full credits.
Do you know the episodes that reruns this week and last friday?

I lost 11/15...
The TALK Is Right / Re: Drew has COVID; tapings postponed
« Last post by CaptainPrice on Yesterday at 10:21:51 PM »
That's great news he's feeling better. Here's hoping the recovery continues to go smoothly for him.
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