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(2002 TV Mini-Series)

Trivia

Due to a salary dispute, Burton Richardson filled in for Rod Roddy on three episodes.
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The series "The Price Is Right Salutes" is designed to honor the country's military, police officers, and firefighters in the wake of 9/11 and the subsequent war in Afghanistan.
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Audiences of all episodes of The Price Is Right Salutes are restricted to members of the organization in question and their families.
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The Price Is Right Salutes have identical red-white-and-blue Big Doors, a patriotic mural on the Turntable (except for the inner panel, which is not changed at all), red-green-blue-yellow curtains surrounding the entire audience, a flag hanging in the back of the audience, and darker, glittery doorframes with a blue backing. Additionally, there are several patriotic set decorations, and the seal of the saluted organization appears on the stage floor in front of Contestants' Row.
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The Price Is Right Salutes open with the branch's band playing a patriotic tune as the announcer reads a speech about them, followed by, "now, here we go with the first four contestants on The Price Is Right!" The bands also play during the credits.
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The Price Is Right Salutes use patriotic music while coming back from commercial instead of the three standard music stings.
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On The Price Is Right Salutes, the interiors of Plinko's small prize podiums are lined with glittery silver and backed with patriotic decorations.
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The Price Is Right Salutes have a special version of the show's logo, which changes on each episode to reflect the group being saluted. Pre-Showcase Showdown plugs use a consistent version of this logo with no mention of who is being saluted.
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The Price Is Right Salutes frequently feature greetings from overseas troops to "the folks back home" while going to commercial after pricing games and Showcase Showdowns; when they occur after Showcase Showdowns, the show's theme is played instead of Dig We Must.
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Begining with The Price Is Right Salutes, primetime shows now have special lighting that displays stars on the Turntable and the Big Doors; during Showcase Showdowns, the stars blink in sync with the Big Wheel's beeps.
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The Price Is Right Salutes have reasonably consistent cash graphics.
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