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Drew Carey's "Price" Premieres Tomorrow

dcarey.jpgCBS is hoping that you'll c'mon down tomorrow... or at least sit down and watch a few minutes (or more) of the new version of "The Price is Right."

Despite the numerous lawsuits, the appearance of Bob Barker always made me think of those days staying home sick or maybe staying at my grandma's house. In other words, I was not psyched at the thought of inviting another host into my home. However, this clip has set my mind at ease a bit. It looks like many of the same games and cheesy sets are back -- and I'm happy about that.

Sadly, I can't compare notes with my grandma anymore, but if anyone catches it and wants to post your thoughts, please do.

The 36th season of "The Price is Right" kicks off tomorrow at 11:00 a.m. (EST) on CBS. -- Rachel Cericola


Photo: © 2007 CBS/Craig Blankenhorn


Posted by Rachel Cericola on October 14, 2007 9:17 PM
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I've watched TPIR for many years. Drew Cary is NOT the right person for the job.
I seen all of his shows since he took over. He talks to hear himself talk. He hasn't the personality for this show. He is insensitive, i.e. using the word MAN,
referring to the contestant on stage with him. This show needs a good TV news type host that has no "Star" identity.

GET RID OF DREW BEFORE THE SHOW BITES THE DUST.

-- Posted by: C. Ruggles at October 23, 2007 11:35 AM

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