In this image released by CBS, host Drew Carey appears on the set of "The Price is Right." On the episode airing Monday, Oct. 17, 2016, a trio of contestants spun $1 on the game show's famous wheel. The three contestants each landed on different combinations of $1 in a pair of spins during one of the show's showcase showdowns. Carey pumped his fist in the air after the contestants achieved the first three-way tie in the show's history.
In this image released by CBS, host Drew Carey appears on the set of "The Price is Right." On the episode airing Monday, Oct. 17, 2016, a trio of contestants spun $1 on the game show's famous wheel. The three contestants each landed on different combinations of $1 in a pair of spins during one of the show's showcase showdowns. Carey pumped his fist in the air after the contestants achieved the first three-way tie in the show's history. Monty Brinton AP
In this image released by CBS, host Drew Carey appears on the set of "The Price is Right." On the episode airing Monday, Oct. 17, 2016, a trio of contestants spun $1 on the game show's famous wheel. The three contestants each landed on different combinations of $1 in a pair of spins during one of the show's showcase showdowns. Carey pumped his fist in the air after the contestants achieved the first three-way tie in the show's history. Monty Brinton AP
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