Yet as a team, we can pull together to do some incredible work.
I enjoy 'Supermarket Sweep' because of its adlib demands in following the fast action.
Of course watching a particularly exciting game or a wonderful contestant is always a joy.
It seems that no two people came to this specialized area of work via the exact same route.
Over the long hours of taping 5, 6 or 7 episodes a day, we develop a great sense of family.
At Johnny's suggestion I pursued a career in radio that eventually brought me to Los Angeles.
If you have real passion for a career in game shows, be willing to serve an apprenticeship; it's the best way to learn.
As an announcer, 'The Price Is Right' is the mother of all shows not only because of its legacy, but because it is by far the most demanding game show.
But day in and day out, the most stimulating part of the work is being a member of a team of so many very bright, articulate and talented professionals.
Because many of us have been in game shows for some time, there's always someone around who can share a story of Johnny O or Jay Stewart that I never heard.