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appeared contained in the show's second annual Charity Week, that also featured famous brands Ozzy wife/competition judge Sharon Osbourne, Disney Channel personality turned competition judge/person with whom I am not entirely familiar Demi Lovato, legitimate Georgian housewife NeNe Leakes, and boyband brothers Nick and Drew Lachey. (An entirely perfect group for Sir Charles to sign up, obviously.) Host Drew Carey showed Barkley five components of somehow associated with him and as has a tendency to happen on Price is appropriate asked to identify their retail price without covering the right price.

He couldn't get within $3 with the right mark for the DVD of Who's Talking Now, through which he made a cameo playing basketball against a tiny child, or within $10,000 of the market price of your Cadillac Escalade, but was in the ballpark with a pair of Nike Air Max Barkley sneakers, a black dress and a couple of size 15 heels from his Weight Watchers commercial along with a 1988 basketball card of TNT broadcast partner Kenny Smith. The price for the 25yearold cardboard, mustachioed in Sacramento Kings powder blue? One dollar, 50 cents. (Ouch.)

By letting three answers right, Barkley won $300 for one lucky audience member. But beyond those winnings, Barkley seemed to be accumulating money for charity specifically, the Mustard Seed School in Sacramento, Calif., a free of charge, private school for homeless children between the ages of 3 and 15.

NOTE: Within the interest of full disclosure, because of a year my lady spent in Sacramento while involved with the Jesuit Volunteer Corps, I am aware multiple individuals who have worked at Mustard Seed, including the school's director, Angela Hassell; I also attended college with Hassell. She actually is great, therefore may be the school.

Bill Lindelof of the Sacramento Bee has more:

When contestants won $11,000 trips to Tahiti or even a new car, Barkley won the need for the prizes for Mustard Seed.

Halfway over the hourlong show, host Drew Carey announced that this school had already won $32,398. Barkley said, take some more. ended up being get a great deal more when the next contestant won, bringing the entire to $41,996.

A contestant won an automobile, and Mustard Seed sold, bringing the whole about $59,000. From then on, Barkley himself hit a lot of money in the event the former AllStar called Charles spun a huge wheel and won $8,000.

That brought the whole for Mustard Seed to $67,633, that may go an incredibly, really long distance for any place that only educates homeless kids, but provides them with with food, clothing, shelter referrals, medical and dental screenings, immunization updates, counseling (for the kids and their parents), help getting into/back into local public schools and much more. As of yesterday, Hassell told the Bee's Lindelof, about 35 children were enrolled at Mustard Seed; kids typically stay for three weeks to some month while parents search for stable housing options, so turnover's pretty high, meaning the need's ever present.

are thrilled, Hassell told Lindelof, and straightforward why. Good you, Charles, and large ups towards the daughter of an Mustard Seed volunteer who works together Barkley's PR team and set him with the children's charity. Attractive out.