It was on Truth or Consequences that the salute became his trademark sign-off; he ended each episode with "Bob Barker saying goodbye, and hoping all your consequences are happy ones!
But he added that he would begin issuing licenses at 3 p.m. reports that officials in Williamson County, Texas, posted a sign explaining that same-sex couples wouldn't be able to get a license until the county's software vendor performed the necessary updates.
The sign did note, though, that neighboring Travis County was actively issuing licenses.
Barker worked part-time in radio while he attended college.
In 1950, Barker moved to California in order to pursue a career in broadcasting.
If the contestant answered the question, invariably, the question had a second part.
In addition, during Barker's run as host, "Barker's Box" was played. If a contestant was able to pick all three drawers with money inside before picking the empty drawer, they won a bonus prize.
In 1971, Barker was tapped to host a pilot for NBC entitled Simon Says, which required him to interact with a giant computer called "Simon" in Let's Make A Deal-style "trades". Cox of DUNDAS Productions, and its theme was "The Savers" (the theme used on The Joker's Wild, which has led some to believe that Cox or DUNDAS was an alias for Jack Barry or Dan Enright, since Joker used the theme in its original 1968 pilot).
There is at least one (somewhat low-quality) clip of the pilot on the video sharing website You Tube.
On the outbreak of World War II, Barker served in the United States Navy as a fighter pilot.
However, the war ended before he was assigned to a seagoing squadron.
On the show, people had to answer a trivia question correctly (usually an off-the-wall question that no one would be able to answer correctly) before "Beulah the Buzzer" was sounded.