He had it coming.
He had it coming.
For the first time ever in The Price is Right’s 42 year history, the daytime game show was dominated by Plinko on Friday, Sept. 27, in honor of the extremely popular game’s 30th anniversary. But, as BuzzFeed learned exclusively backstage during the taping of the episode, producers they got more, and less, than they bargained for.
What makes a good contestant? How do they determine the actual retail prices? And just how many cars do they have on hand anyway?
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.
The Price Is Right has been my weird dream since I was a kid. But I never actually thought it would happen.
The episode, which celebrates the wildly popular game’s 30th anniversary, taped on Wednesday.
Thank you, The Price is Right, for this most holy and precious of gifts.
Can you believe how much stereo systems and computers with floppy disc drives cost back then?!?
Hey, if you were on “The Price is Right,” you’d be all alkgjaoewijnflkdsdlkfjglakdjfalk!!!!!!!! too.
Being sick is never fun, but there was something special about sick days growing up.
Someone on eBay thinks that this wonderful piece of art is worth $3,500,000.
It’s time to meet Rob Wilson, winner of the show’s national search for its first male showcase model.
Or at least the Breaking Bad star was the most hyperactive contestant that ever was.
She didn’t win the trip to Portugal, so it’s the least NPH could do for her. Skip to 0:50 for the not-so-intimate moment.
The creators of “Come On Down!” spent six years interviewing T.P.I.R. contestants from every walk of life (housewives, college students, grandmas, etc.). Their film might just provide the essential look inside the community dedicated to knowing how to correctly bid on a Ford Focus, but if they don’t raise $25,000 (so far, they have about $2,700) by Monday, we may never get to know. View Media ›
Taylor’s 19th birthday (on The Price Is Right) turns out to be pretty much the opposite of what those poor American Idol-obsessed teenage girls went through. It’s nice to see a contestant make Drew Carey so very happy. Watch Video ›