History Funny / ThePriceIsRight

26th Mar '16 6:18:05 AM 123456789
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--> '''Ian''': Spin the wheel, and if you spin it that bloody hard again, I'll drop you!
26th Mar '16 6:16:04 AM 123456789
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** But when that contestant doesn't want Bob to leave her alone, Bob has a solution: "Take your shirt off!".

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** But when that contestant doesn't want Bob to leave her alone, Bob has a solution: "Take "[[ShirtlessScene Take your shirt off!".off!]]".
*** Followed by the contestant nonchalantly agreeing.
26th Mar '16 6:09:37 AM 123456789
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* 1991: The fourth contestant's shirt says "LEAVE ME ALONE"...so Bob does just that.

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* 1991: The fourth contestant's shirt says "LEAVE ME ALONE"...so [[ExactWords Bob does just that.that]].
** But when that contestant doesn't want Bob to leave her alone, Bob has a solution: "Take your shirt off!".
18th Feb '16 5:11:46 AM themisterfree
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* The greatest come-on-down in the show's history, according to Drew, was during the college episode where one guy ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ckF9VCFBK8 crowd-surfed]]'' from the back of the audience to Contestants' Row.

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* The greatest come-on-down in the show's history, according to Drew, was during the college episode where one guy ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ckF9VCFBK8 com/watch?v=HXBocV5dg5E crowd-surfed]]'' from the back of the audience to Contestants' Row.
17th Jan '16 10:36:51 AM KoopaKid17
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* January 22, 1993: Rod calls down two long names: Ebunoloron Sims and [[UpToEleven Sathyanarayanan Ganysamyrthy]].
13th Jan '16 10:21:37 AM Lirodon
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* April 2nd, 2015: A contestant is in the running to win a car but gets the price tag wrong on her first go. The same Manuela, after removing the incorrect tag from the list, proceeds to remove the ''correct'' price tag as well. The contestant ended up winning and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UmsyEMFYsus poor Manuela hides behind the stand]].

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* April 2nd, 2015: A contestant playing 5 Price Tags is in the running to win a car but gets the price tag it wrong on her first go. The same Manuela, after removing the incorrect tag from the list, proceeds to remove the ''correct'' price tag as well. The contestant ended up winning and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UmsyEMFYsus poor Manuela hides behind the stand]].
9th Jan '16 7:43:22 AM KoopaKid17
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* January 21, 2002: A contestant gets one-upped for both of the first two one-bids and looks visibly pissed off. Bob says this to the offender.
-->'''Bob:''' [[StopHavingFunGuys You keep that up and she's going to slug you.]]
5th Dec '15 10:00:22 PM Lirodon
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** 1999: A Showcase with '''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OnIoXgm6m3g six cars.]]''' [[spoiler:Six ''toy'' cars, anyway.]] The real Showcase was three Chevrolet Metros.

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** 1999: A Showcase with '''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OnIoXgm6m3g six cars.]]''' [[spoiler:Six ''toy'' cars, anyway.]] The real Showcase was three actual-sized Chevrolet Metros.]]
30th Oct '15 11:46:39 PM mlsmithca
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** 1999: A Showcase with '''''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OnIoXgm6m3g six cars.]]''''' [[spoiler:Six ''toy'' cars, anyway.]] The real Showcase was three Chevrolet Metros.

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** 1999: A Showcase with '''''[[http://www.'''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OnIoXgm6m3g six cars.]]''''' ]]''' [[spoiler:Six ''toy'' cars, anyway.]] The real Showcase was three Chevrolet Metros.



* April 20, 1982: A contestant bid $1, thinking that her opponent had gone over; her opponent not only didn't overbid, but was a mere '''''[[MomentOfAwesome $9]]''''' off, winning both Showcases. This incident is a good example of why you shouldn't bid an intentionally-low amount in the Showcase (current Showcases begin at around $15,000), but to be fair there was little chance of her winning no matter what she bid.

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* April 20, 1982: A contestant bid $1, thinking that her opponent had gone over; her opponent not only didn't overbid, but was a mere '''''[[MomentOfAwesome $9]]''''' '''[[MomentOfAwesome $9]]''' off, winning both Showcases. This incident is a good example of why you shouldn't bid an intentionally-low amount in the Showcase (current Showcases begin at around $15,000), but to be fair there was little chance of her winning no matter what she bid.



** [[spoiler: '''"WHO WON WHAT!?''' '''WHO WON WHAT?!''' '''''WHO WON WHAT!?!''''' '''HOLD UP!!"''']]

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** [[spoiler: '''"WHO WON WHAT!?''' '''WHO WHAT!? WHO WON WHAT?!''' '''''WHO WHAT?! ''WHO WON WHAT!?!''''' '''HOLD WHAT!?!'' HOLD UP!!"''']]



* May 25, 2015: A Canadian contestant (specifically Tyran Ault, a city councilor from [=Fort McMurray, Alberta=]) is wearing a shirt proclaiming him to be the "1987 Canadian Plinko Champion", leading Drew to note that not many people get to actually play the games that their shirts allude to (he ended up playing, and losing Cover Up instead. Though he did make it to and win the Showcase too). One commercial break later, and '''''the very next game is Plinko.''''' Cue a reaction shot of Ault and Drew remarking that he should have waited ''just'' a bit longer.

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* May 25, 2015: A Canadian contestant (specifically Tyran Ault, a city councilor from [=Fort McMurray, Alberta=]) Fort [=McMurray=], Alberta) is wearing a shirt proclaiming him to be the "1987 Canadian Plinko Champion", leading Drew to note that not many people get to actually play the games that their shirts allude to (he ended up playing, and losing Cover Up instead. Though he did make it to and win the Showcase too). One commercial break later, and '''''the '''the very next game is Plinko.''''' ''' Cue a reaction shot of Ault and Drew remarking that he should have waited ''just'' a bit longer.
30th Oct '15 11:41:36 PM Lirodon
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* October 30, 2015: Halloween Eve takes the "Pat" gag from a past April Fool's episode to a whole new level by having everyone dressed up like and referred to as Drew Carey.
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