The Equalizing Power Of The Price is Right Wheel vs. Ms. Barch's Misandry
It's daytime TV's leveler vs. one woman's anger at all men!
Ms. Barch's Misandry
The Equalizing Power Of The Price is Right Wheel
The case for Ms. Barch's Misandry
Daria had several dysfunctional teachers, but perhaps none moreso than science teacher Janet Barch, whose husband left her ('After 22 years!' she notes every time she mentions him), leading her to hate all men. Throughout the series almost anything sets her off on a rant against them, and she always punishes her male students for imagined slights.
The case for The Equalizing Power Of The Price is Right Wheel
Look, by and large there's a lot of luck that goes into a game of The Price is Right. I know approximately how much that car is worth, but it's going to take some research to be able to real off the sticker price in "Any Number" rolls around. But nothing involves luck quite like the Show Case Showdown. You have only slightly better control over your destiny than a game of roulette. Heck, even Barney Stinson knew the wheel was the wild card in his path to reconnect with his father.