Bob Barker is back at home, four months after he suffered a nasty fall at the Los Angeles property.
The longtime host of The Price is Right, who stepped down in 2007 after 35 years on the show, looked frail but had a big smile on his face as he returned home for the first time.
Barker’s fall in January was the latest in a strong of unfortunate accidents and aliments for the beloved television icon.
Back: Bob Barker, 95, looked weak but happy as he was seen being pushed into his Los Angeles home on Thursday
Smiles: He returned home for the first time since January, when he suffered a nasty fall at his LA home
Troubles: Barker had previously suffered similar falls in 2015 and 2017 and was also admitted to the hospital twice last year with back pain
Covered: The 19-time Emmy winner has non children and never remarried after his wife’s death in 1981
Two months before his fall, Barker was rushed to the hospital for back pain.
It was his second visit in as many months at the time, having also been admitted in October with a similar aliments.
Barker was admitted to the hospital for a fall in 2017 too, with his maid taking him to receive treatment.
And in 2015, Barker split his head open when he fell on the sidewalk in front of two police officers, which again required a brief stay in the hospital.
It is unclear who is caring for Barker these days.
He married his high school sweetheart Dorothy Jo Gideon back in 1945, and they remained together until she passed in 1981.
Barker and his wife had no children, and his only other known relationship was a model from The Price is Right, Dian Parkinson.
That lasted for three years and resulted in Parkinson filing a lawsuit claiming she was a victim of sexual harassment and had been threatened with termination by the host.
Barker, who became a vegetarian in 1979, has donated millions to charities such as PETA in the years since he retired.
His 2010 donation to that group resulted in the organization naming their Los Angeles building after the 19-time Emmy winner.