I loved Bob. Phee, or anyone, what game on the Price is Right would you most want to play? I tend to bomb out on the games for cars so I think I'd maybe just try for some cash with Plinko.

"Any Number". A gameboard contains spaces representing five digits in the price of a car, three digits in the price of a smaller prize, and three digits representing an amount of money (less than $10, in dollars and cents) in a piggy bank. The first digit in the price of the car is revealed at the beginning of the game (a rule implemented after cars valued at more than $10,000 were used in the game). The digits 0 through 9 each appear once in the remaining ten spaces, including a duplicate of the first digit in the price of the car. The contestant calls out digits one at a time, revealing them in the prices of the prizes on the gameboard, and wins the first prize whose price is completely revealed. Any Number was the very first pricing game on the first episode of The Price Is Right, which aired September 4, 1972. ...And of course "The Showcase Showdown" of course.