Have you ever wondered how someone becomes a game show host? As a kid, I spent hours watching game shows. It was one of my favorite things to do during the Summer at Grandma's house with my cousins. The Price Is Right, Press Your Luck, Family Feud, Sale Of The Century, and Tic Tac Dough were among my favorites.
I was convinced that hosting a game show was the coolest job in America. I wanted to be like Bob Barker and roll around with a skinny mic and take people to their pricing-game.
Bob Eubanks is a legendary game show host with a career in Hollywood that has spanned several decades. He is best known for his work on "The Newlywed Game."
You can hear my conversation with Bob on the latest episode of the "What's Chad Doing" podcast. He explains how he broke into the business, his career in radio and the country music, and shares a story of one of the most iconic moments in game show history.