It’s all very metaphorical to our current situation, right? Only through each other can we truly rise again. Let this be a lesson: Give it your all, even though you may fail and embarrass yourself on national TV. There will always be an opportunity to get back up and win that all-expenses paid trip to Brazil. Or something.This Twitter dude says it best:Life lesson from the @PriceIsRight – Sometimes we fall down but with help from our friends, we can rise up. pic.twitter.com/UjnItvK3lx— Jason W. Rocco (@JasonWRocco) March 19, 2020Please come back, sports. If you’re self-quarantined — like you should be — then there’s probably time to catch up on a tradition you haven’t lived since you used to pretend you were sick in elementary school: watching “The Price is Right” on the tube.Some things have changed since you’ve probably last watched, (that’s Drew Carey, not Bob Barker), but the Big Wheel remains the same. There are few traditions in sports — if “Jeopardy!” is sports, then you can bet your rump that “The Price is Right” is — as enduring as spinning the Big Wheel. The Big Wheel is love. The Big Wheel is life.MORE: When will ESPN air that big Bulls documentary?But the Big Wheel has always had a way of humbling its opponents, both figuratively and literally. Not only has the Big Wheel destroyed contestants’ hopes of bidding on a moped and a beautiful kitchen set, but how many beer guts have been exposed to the world as a contestant reaches for a handle? How many plumbers cracks?But anyway, while the Big Wheel has taken the souls and spirits from aspiring showcase bidders, it can also topple contestants, as was the case on Thursday’s episode on CBS.If CoronaVirus doesn’t get you, the Price is Right wheel will pic.twitter.com/KhRWCYIm4s— YESUV🚙 (@IslesWhiteSUV) March 19, 2020Poor Simrath. She goes through it all in these nine seconds. The determination. The intimidation from the wheel. The pressure to perform. The decent spin. Then, the fall.But she’s quickly helped to her feet, not just by Carey, but by the fellow contestant in the yellow shirt behind her. She rises, gives the world the double thumbs-up, and all is well. Sports are gone and nothing matters, and the machines are starting to fight back.Well, that might be a bit hyperbolic.