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Not Exactly Racing Against Time

It’s time for another YouTube clip.

If you’ve ever watched The Price is Right, you’re surely familiar with “Race Game.” If you’re not, here’s how it works: a contestant is shown four prices and four prizes. They must race to place the four price tags in front of the correct prizes before the clock runs out, and they can keep making changes until they’re either out of time.

Simple, right?

One more detail: they have 45 seconds to get the prices on the right prizes. Except in this particular playing from the early to mid 1980s:


Barker’s ad lib about the contestant not having enough time was priceless.

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