Legendary game show host Bob Barker, 83, gets emotional as he takes questions from the media after taping his final episode of "The Price Is Right" in Los Angeles on Wednesday, June 6, 2007. Barker signed off on 35 years on "The Price Is Right" and 50 years in daytime TV in the same low-key, genial fashion that made him one of daytime TV's biggest stars.
Legendary game show host Bob Barker, 83, waves goodbye as he tapes his final episode of "The Price Is Right," in Los Angeles on Wednesday, June 6, 2007. He said, "I really had myself worked up into an emotional state. And I thought, 'I've really got to get over there and do this show. Straighten yourself out, Barker.'"
Fan Philip Barrett, from Tampa, Fla., who has been waiting in line since Saturday, is the first in line of the hundreds of people waiting Tuesday June 5, 2007, outside CBS Studios for the taping of Bob Barker's final "The Price is Right" show in Los Angeles on Wednesday. The show airs on June 15.
Jeresa Sanchez, right, sits with her grandson, Fernando Sanchez 11, both from San Antonio, Texas, as they wait in line outside CBS Studios Tuesday June 5, 2007, in Los Angeles, to see Bob Barker's final taping of "The Price is Right" on Wednesday.
Game-show host Bob Barker, center, waves to the studio audience after taping his final prime-time episode of "The Price Is Right Million-Dollar Spectacular," in Los Angeles on April 17, 2007. CBS paid tribute to Barker's 50 years in show business and his upcoming retirement after 35 years of hosting TV's longest-running game show with specials that aired in May.
Host Bob Barker explains a game during the taping of his final prime-time special, "The Price Is Right Million-Dollar Spectacular," at CBS Television City in Los Angeles on April 17, 2007.
Host Bob Barker walks across the stage during the taping of a final prime-time special of "The Price Is Right Million-Dollar Spectacular" at CBS Television City in Los Angeles on April 17, 2007. Barker's 50-year career includes hosting the game shows "Truth or Consequences" and "The Family Game." He also served as host of the Miss Universe pageant from 1967 to 1987.
Host Bob Barker poses during the taping of a final prime-time special of "The Price Is Right" at CBS Television City in Los Angeles on April 17, 2007. In March 1998, to mark the 5,000th episode of the game show, CBS dedicated the soundstage where the show has been produced since 1972 in honor of Barker.
Legendary game-show host Bob Barker gestures during the taping of "Bob Barker: A Celebration of 50 Years on Television," in Los Angeles on April 17, 2007. A pair of prime-time specials celebrating Barker's retirement and his remarkable career on the popular game show aired on May 16 and 17.
"The Price Is Right" host Bob Barker speaks to the audience during a news conference following the taping of "Bob Barker: A Celebration of 50 Years on Television" in Los Angeles on April 17, 2007. In the show, Barker reminiscenced about his 50-year career on television and his 35 years on "The Price Is Right," in addition to highlighting some classic games from the long-running show.
Game-show host Bob Barker, 83, poses at the door of his dressing room after taping his final special prime-time episode of "The Price Is Right Million-Dollar Spectacular" in Los Angeles on April 17, 2007. The TV icon has won 17 Emmy Awards, 13 as host and four as executive producer of the "The Price Is Right." He also has a Lifetime Achievement Emmy and was inducted into the Television Hall of Fame in 2004.
Bob Barker is honored at the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce 86th Annual Officers Installation and Lifetime Achievement Award Luncheon at the Hollywood Rennaissance Hotel on April 5, 2007. An outspoken animal rights activist, Barker ends every episode of the "The Price Is Right" by saying: "Help control the pet population. Have your pets spayed or neutered."
Bob Barker, host of "The Price is Right," whispers to a bust of his likeless that was unveiled at his induction into the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Hall of Fame in Los Angeles on July 8, 2004. Other honors include 17 Emmy Awards and a Lifetime Achievement Emmy.
Bob Barker, host of "The Price Is Right," answers questions about his 35-year history with the show during the CBS Winter Press Tour in Pasadena, Calif., on Jan. 18, 2007. Barker celebrates his 50th year in television this year. The 83-year-old said he wants to retire "while he is still young."
TV personality Bob Barker and his "Barker's Beauties" celebrate his 83rd birthday on the set of "The Price Is Right" Dec. 12, 2006, at the CBS Studios in Hollywood, Calif.
Talk-show host Craig Ferguson, right, laughs with game-show host Bob Barker, second from right, announcer Rich Fields and "Barker's Beauties" on "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson," in Los Angeles on July 13, 2006. In July 2006, Barker suffered a minor injury to his right hand. He jokingly stated that he broke it by karate-chopping "countless desks" (something he later proceeded to do to Ferguson's desk).