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Kids Can Compete On The 'Price Is Right' For One Show Only

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Host Drew Carey on 'The Price Is Right' television show on March 12, 2012 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)
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The "Price Is Right," which has had some big firsts recently, is going to allow children to compete for the first time in a special show.

Admittedly, there was definitely a point in our lives between the ages of 8 and 14 where we would have been so so pumped to compete, but we're guessing we wouldn't have done well. Children at this age don't have a lot of experience with pricing things like home theater systems or jet skis or trips to Rome.

So parents will join them to whisper guesses in their ears and let them drop the Plinko chips, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Which isn't all that cool. Unless of course, "skateboard rabbi" has a kid.

The episode hasn't been taped yet, but it will air sometime in mid-April.

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