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"The end of the show came because of me," he said in the TV Archive chat.
"I had a small nervous breakdown out there, doing strange things.
The firm was eventually acquired by producers Peter Guber and Jon Peters and then by Sony. The son of a dentist and a housewife, he graduated from Lower Merion High School and Drexel University, then landed a job in the foundry at U. He went through a management training program and took a sales job, but then the network fired everyone in the department. (Barris would also write the theme music for many of his game shows.) As a result of his work shadowing Clark, ABC sent Barris to Los Angeles as its director of daytime television on the West Coast.
He then was hired by ABC, which offered him the dubious assignment of tailing Dick Clark, the young and popular host of TV's , at Philadelphia station WFIL-TV. When no one would return his phone calls, he set up shop in a bungalow at the Beverly Hills Hotel.
Barris' task was to ascertain whether Clark was involved in the illegal practice of payola. If I left at 6 o'clock, what's to say he couldn't be doing anything nefarious for about a year, and his notes were presented before a House of Representatives subcommittee in Washington. His innate sense of Hollywood tribal behavior worked: Now people were getting back to him.
"It only needed four couples, four questions and a washer/dryer." In the show's most precious moment, Eubanks asked one wife,"Where specifically is the weirdest place that you personally have ever gotten the urge to make whoopee? After "the critics had harassed me for 15 years saying that I'd lowered the bar of civilization," he said in a 2003 interview with A. Club, an angry Barris holed up in a New York hotel for two years and wrote .
The book was a dud upon its release but sold well when the film version, starring Sam Rockwell as Barris, was released.