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The best gameshow on the planet. Consists of many different pricing games, such as plinko, and cliff hangers. The host is Bob Barker one of the oldest (but best), game show hosts on telvision.
the price is right airs on CBS.
by rapsux March 05, 2005
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Loctated in Barker Country, USA.
This AMAZING game show is fun to watch. You can play along (exept for the wheel part) and scream at the TV for one fun filled hour of vain popping entertainment. There are also hot chickes known as the as Barker's Beauties who the whole Price Is Right Audience knows Bob Barker at 80 years old is banging.
I'm going to Barker Country to play plinko and nail some of those Barker's Beauties and scream until my head explodes! And while I'm bleeding all over the old people and armed forces that are sitting next to me, I'll be sporting my matching T-shirt with all of my buds!
by B-Balla July 19, 2005
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The time waking someone up is acceptable. Happens after the price is right is over. After the price is right is over it is acceptable to wake someone up.
Hey dick what are you doing waking me up? The price is right is still on.
by Jwizzle23 March 23, 2010
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Thomas Hersh is backwards. If The Price is Right was only viewed by old people. why do they have specials for Firemen, Police Officers, Army/Navy/Coast Guard etc., and why is it that, when they just have regular shows, more than 60% of the audience is comprised of college students and people on vacation?
This is Bob Barker reminding you: Help control the pet population; have your pet spayed or neutered! Go bye everybody.
by not Thomas Hersh January 13, 2005
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Popular game show that debuted in the early 1970s. Consists mainly of numbers-based games where you guess the potential retail price of random items from laundry detergent to dining sets to brand new cars. Guests compete to win said items if selected at the initial guessing game at the beginning of the show.

The show is subject to many modern day pop-culture references due to it being a popular afternoon show on weekdays throughout the 1980s-1990s which is why many Millennials today remember the show mainly from being home sick from school and it constantly playing on TV during that time.
90s kids: "I was sick so I couldn't come to school. I just laid in bed and watched the price is right all day."
by mgwa June 19, 2019
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