I’m not even sure if there is an analogy to compare his performance to. Is this Tiger Woods in 1999? Or Michael Jordan or can we just jump levels and say that this Price is Right performance is on a Shakesperean level?
I bet he’s not thinking about the taxes on two cars and a trip to Boston or the $26K.
True story: My grandpa was on the show way back in the day when Bob Barker and Rod Roddy were prowling the set and he won a sailboat/schooner and almost one a car. Didn’t make it to the showcase showdown by a hair. Still, it was like he was a celebrity or something. When he came home from LA it was like Cesar marching through the streets of Rome. [via Cynical-C]