He had it coming.
He had it coming.
Aliaya and her wig need to be on every TV show right now.
Aman Ramazan is like Pakistan’s Price is Right, a TV game show where contestants answer questions about the Quran to win various prizes, stuff like motorcycles and dryers and … babies. The show, which broadcasts for seven hours a day during Ramadan, has given away two infant children to be adopted by the winners.
I don’t think I’ve ever seen this much emotion on The Price Is Right ever. And her name is Oral!
During the Showcase Showdown, no less. Inopportune timing for the president’s news conference.
So. Many. Abs.
Remember when your parents would say “Don’t make funny faces, or you face might get stuck.” Here’s a classic example of what that might look like if it actually happened. View Image ›
Turns out Bob Barker was a mega-skeev in the 70s. Then he found Christ (got sued) and re-focused that attention on spayed and neutered animals. Everyone’s a winner. Watch Video ›
In honor of my upcoming trip down to Contestants’ Row, I decided to put together a compilation of The Price Is Right fashion statements. I am taking suggestions for my outfit! View List ›
It’s ok to laugh—she goes on to win the car. And the trip to the Mall of America, which has been my #1 Dream Destination ever since I read about it in Disney Adventures. View Media ›
This is the second-best Slumdog Millionaire parody to hit the mainstream this week. (The first was last week’s Office, which we won’t parse for fear of spoilers, but oh my god, FEELINGS.) Bonus points for the theme-song remix at the end. View Media ›
With the push of a virtual button you can hear the most depressing game show sound — that brand new car is not yours.
That crochet woman just won $10,000. This is like a 2009 version of some ancient tapestry commemorating hard-fought battles and such to the townspeople. This is who we are; this is where we come from. View Image ›
A guy on The Price is Right guessed the exact dollar value of his Showcase ($23,743), meaning that he wins both Showcases per the show’s rules. This hasn’t happened since 1972 (or ‘73, Drew Carey doesn’t know or care)! Watch Video ›