Hollywood - The final episode of "The Price is Right," which was scheduled to air June 15, will not be broadcast after host Bob Barker went on several profanity-laden tirades against the long running game show' contestants and viewers during its taping.
The 83 year-old Barker, who has hosted the show for 35 years, taped the final episode of "The Price is Right" on Wednesday.
"That' a long time to be the host of one show, putting up with these moronic contestants," said veteran game show producer Ted Dalerao. "I'm surprised it took this long for Bob to finally tell the truth."
According to sources, Barker lost control of his temper when the first batch of contestants all bid over $1,500 for a KitchenAid 700-Watt 12-Cup Food Processor.
"You a**holes! It' a damn food processor, not a car," said Barker as he berated the contestants. "Let' try this again, and if any of you f*ckers overbid one more time, this long-sticked microphone is going straight up your asses! Got me?!"
CBS declined an interview, but released a statement that said there was an incident on the final taping of "Price of Right" and that the episode would not air.
Possibly the worst incident happened when contestants had a chance to spin the famous "money wheel" to get a spot in the Showcase Showdown.