The Price is Right/Survivor was a prime-time special that was a crossover of Price and the popular reality show Survivor.
Premise[edit | edit source]
For this special, host Probst make a guest star appearance on the show along with nine former contestants from the many past seasons of Survivor including: Natalie Anderson (Season 29 winner), Joe Anglim (Season 30 and 31), Rupert Boneham (Seasons 7, 8, 20 & 27), Jeremy Collins (Seasons 29, winner of Season 31), Cirie Fields (Seasons 12, 16 and 20), Woo Hwang (Seasons 28 and 31), Boston Rob Marino (Seasons 4, 8, 20 and winner of 22), Kelly Wentworth (Seasons 29 & 31) and Tina Wesson (Season 2 winner, seasons 8 & 27) partners with and play alongside with their fans. The contestants played for cash and prizes as usual while their partners played for charity (or charities) of the celebrity's choice(s); Each contestant's winnings were matched, totaled and donated in cash to a charity. Instead of "The Tribe has spoken", When contestants were being eliminated in the showcase showdown, this episode elimination catchphrase ("The wheel has spoken") was used.
Appearances Outside of The Price is Right[edit | edit source]
In the Family Guy episode "Screwed the Pooch" from 2001, Peter Griffin becomes a contestant on Survivor but he accidentally trips on half of the set by revealing to be the set of The Price is Right (Barker) since both of them aired on CBS.