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From 1975 to 1993, Parkinson was a Barker's Beauty model on the U.S. television show The Price Is Right, frequently appearing in the "Price Is Right Department Store" Showcase as the elevator operator, as well as becoming the favored model among male viewers for operating the Bump pricing game. Her 18-year tenure on TPIR was among the longest of any of the models.
In 1994 Parkinson filed a lawsuit in Los Angeles Superior Court (case no. BC106366) against host and executive producer Bob Barker for sexual harassment regarding forced sexual acts in the late 1980s. She claimed a three-year sexual relationship extorted by threats of firing from The Price Is Right.
Watch what happens to these jackasses who disrespect the flag
You want a piece of me, old man?
No, I want the whole thing.
Rod Roddy.You want to come on down?
You know, Dian, oddly enough, no, I'm one of the 3-5% of men not interested in coming on down. Maybe later.
In a 1993 interview when asked about Bob Barker's animal rights advocacy, Parkinson rejoined "He's always treated my beaver nicely."
As Bob Hope told Parkinson after she toured Vietnam with him on the USO tour in 1965: "Thanks for the mammaries."
You won a new couch. What couch?
That'd be in the butt, Bob. Wait a minute. Wrong show. Wrong Bob. Wrong blog.
Three new pictures of Elvira
Only a Wikipedia editor wouldn't know the taint is where the pussy ain't.