It is very interesting to see how a film production crew works. We were to be there by 12 noon. We waited in a line for three hours before actually going into the show and then, wow. It was work, work, work. We waited for each person to have their picture made and each group of persons together as well. We made sure we ate in a hurry before we entered and little did we know there is a place to eat inside. You can eat while pictures are being made. The next step is for groups to be interviewed to see who might actually be a contestant. That takes a while as well. Then everyone is screened for phones and other items which are not allowed in the show, yes, you will lose your phone as no pictures are allowed. Last waiting area is where you can order food and watch past Price is Right shows on TV until they are ready for us to enter. Once we got inside the studio then we are all placed in specfic seats especially those that will be called to "Come on Down". We did lots of screaming and jumping as encouraged by the camera crew. It was like a job. The screaming and jumping will almost out weigh Drew's voice. So don't expect to hear nor see much as there are aproximately 4 to 6 cameras on stage. But, all said you should do this one time. It was an exciting day but know you have time to eat inside and not once but twice. I think one key to getting on stage is to wear a silly cap, that might do it for you.
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