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Out In Left Field / Re: 2020 NFL Season
« Last post by BillyGr on Yesterday at 03:20:23 PM »
On the other hand, having fewer people in the stands for the game will at least negate whatever advantage Tampa might otherwise have had, so the game will be more fairly balanced. 

Or will it?  Would it be more likely that those attending will be from nearby (to avoid having people travelling so much), and therefore likely to be more fans of the local team?
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The TALK Is Right / Re: The Price is Right: The Barker Era on Pluto TV
« Last post by RatRace10 on Yesterday at 03:05:35 PM »
For reference on where we are now, Monday at 2 PM was 4595 and 3 PM was 4601. Which should mean that the last appearance of 4581 was this morning at 5 AM.
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The TALK Is Right / Re: The Price is Right: The Barker Era on Pluto TV
« Last post by SeaBreeze341 on Yesterday at 01:48:32 PM »
I believe they started skipping at 11 AM Eastern last Wednesday.  My calculations had the cycle looping back to 4581D at 4 PM on the same.  Instead, they started an hour early.  Therefore I'd say they skipped 4781D (the last of 12 episodes that were run on Saturday).  Whether they skip that again or not has yet to be determined
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I think these are the episodes that were (and will be) skipped in the regular cycles due to the Saturday marathon.

Skipped Wednesday, January 20th, 2 PM ET:
The Price is Right 11_4785 (February 4, 1983)

Skipped pre-marathon:
The Price is Right 11_4585 (September 17, 1982)
The Price is Right 11_4591 (September 20, 1982)
The Price is Right 11_4625 (October 15, 1982)
The Price is Right 11_4665 (November 12, 1982)
The Price is Right 11_4674 (November 18, 1982)
The Price is Right 11_4701 (December 6, 1982)
The Price is Right 11_4722 (December 21, 1982)

Skipped post-marathon:
The Price is Right 11_4743 (January 5, 1983)
The Price is Right 11_4751 (January 10, 1983)
The Price is Right 11_4753 (January 12, 1983)
The Price is Right 11_4755 (January 14, 1983)
The Price is Right 11_4785 (February 4, 1983)
The Price is Right 11_4585 (September 17, 1982)
The Price is Right 11_4591 (September 20, 1982)

PENDING SKIP: The Price is Right 11_4625 (October 15, 1982)
PENDING SKIP: The Price is Right 11_4665 (November 12, 1982)
PENDING SKIP on Wednesday, January 27th, 2 AM ET: The Price is Right 11_4674 (November 18, 1982)

The net effect of skipping 18 episodes and spending 24 hours on a marathon means the next full 100-episode cycle will be pushed back 6 hours. That one looks like it should start Friday, 1/29/2021 06:00AM ET and lead right into the fresh episodes when it ends on Tuesday, 2/2/2021 10:00AM ET.
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The TALK Is Right / Re: The Price is Right: The Barker Era on Pluto TV
« Last post by JediJones on Yesterday at 12:54:08 PM »
My counts may be off by one there, so the last episode they intend to skip may be 4674D at about 2 AM ET Wednesday this week. That should make for a total of 18 skipped episodes due to the marathon. It could be three 24-hour days pre and post the marathon where they skip episodes. I assume the marathon started at 6 AM Saturday and ran through 6 AM Sunday, so the period where episodes are skipped may be from Wednesday the 20th at 6 AM ET through Wednesday the 27th at 6 AM ET.
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TPIR on Pluto announced this on Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/TPIRBarker/photos/a.144716527454769/156857799573975/

"On Tuesday 2/2 at 10am ET, we will add 30 new episodes from 1983 in chronological order based on their original airdates. We’ll continue to expand the schedule throughout the month until we have 200 episodes in rotation."

According to mellongraig, the below episodes aired during the Saturday, January 23rd car win marathon. They decided to skip airing these episodes for an undetermined period of time before and after the marathon (maybe 3-4 days both pre and post). Which means they've already skipped a couple episodes since restarting the cycle this morning. Skipping (I think) three more before ceasing any further skips would get the 100-episode cycle in position to end right before they start fresh episodes on February 2nd.

The Price is Right 11_4585 (September 17, 1982)
The Price is Right 11_4591 (September 20, 1982)
The Price is Right 11_4625 (October 15, 1982)
The Price is Right 11_4665 (November 12, 1982)
The Price is Right 11_4674 (November 18, 1982)
The Price is Right 11_4701 (December 6, 1982)
The Price is Right 11_4722 (December 21, 1982)
The Price is Right 11_4743 (January 5, 1983)
The Price is Right 11_4751 (January 10, 1983)
The Price is Right 11_4753 (January 12, 1983)
The Price is Right 11_4755 (January 14, 1983)
The Price is Right 11_4785 (February 4, 1983)
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The TALK Is Right / Re: The Price is Right: The Barker Era on Pluto TV
« Last post by JediJones on Yesterday at 12:33:15 PM »
Oh, okay, I was just counting through the 100 episodes based on what is currently airing now. If they're still skipping episodes from Saturday then that will probably account for the schedule losing another four episodes before February 2nd.

If the 24-hour (or was it only 12-hour?) Saturday marathon had aired without them skipping anything from the regular cycles, the cycle would've restarted Monday, 1/25/2021 08:00PM ET. Since it restarted 13 hours earlier, I assume they skipped 13 episodes from the regular cycles. Looks like they already skipped 2 more today and we're expecting another 4 to be skipped before February 2nd. So a 12-episode special marathon seems like it will end up resulting in 19 skipped episodes.

That would also mean they will stop skipping Saturday marathon episodes from the current cycle sometime mid-day Wednesday. The only logic I can see they might have used is that they skipped airing Saturday marathon episodes for something like 3.5 days before the marathon and 3.5 days after the marathon. And because the regular cycle is 4 days and 4 hours, that may account for why some of the marathon episodes only get skipped once instead of twice. Two full airings of the 100 episodes didn't quite fit into the block of time where they deemed it desirable to skip episodes.
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The TALK Is Right / Re: The Price is Right: The Barker Era on Pluto TV
« Last post by SeaBreeze341 on Yesterday at 12:12:08 PM »
The Facebook announcement said they're starting the new ones at 10 AM ET which is a little odd in that the last 4 episodes of the current 100-episode cycle would've aired at 10, 11, 12 and 1 that day. Those four episodes originally aired starting February 1st, 1983, so I wonder if their announcement was confused and counted all the February episodes airing that day as new-to-Pluto episodes. If so, there is a slight chance the new episodes actually start at 2 PM ET that day.

At 7 AM today, they started over with 4581D.  They're currently skipping the episodes that aired on Saturday.  I haven't gotten around to figuring out what is slated to air between now and February 2nd, but I think the February 1983 episodes from the first 100 will air before 10 AM on 02/02/2021
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CSS -- Chatroom Showcase Showoff / CSS Results for 01/25/2021 (Game 38)
« Last post by Wayoshi on Yesterday at 12:06:49 PM »
Nothing too exciting here thanks to some sexed things - how much of it was the new trips, or home office, or watch, is impossible to judge. 9821 and nam cash, I'm the only other scorer above 90.
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The TALK Is Right / Re: The Price is Right: The Barker Era on Pluto TV
« Last post by JediJones on Yesterday at 12:04:38 PM »
The Facebook announcement said they're starting the new ones at 10 AM ET which is a little odd in that the last 4 episodes of the current 100-episode cycle would've aired at 10, 11, 12 and 1 that day. Those four episodes originally aired starting February 1st, 1983, so I wonder if their announcement was confused and counted all the February episodes airing that day as new-to-Pluto episodes. If so, there is a slight chance the new episodes actually start at 2 PM ET that day.
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