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He claimed in his autobiography that his game show antics had been a cover for his work as a CIA operative, working as an assassin during the 1960s and 70s.The CIA denied his story.'It sounds like he has been standing too close to the gong all those years,' quipped CIA spokesman Tom Crispell.'Chuck Barris has never been employed by the CIA and the allegation that he was a hired assassin is absurd.'Barris, who offered no corroboration of his claims, was unmoved.'Have you ever heard the CIA acknowledge someone was an assassin? His autobiography was widely dismissed by disbelievers who said the game show creator had allowed his imagination to run wild when he claimed to have spent his spare time traveling the world, quietly rubbing out enemies of the United States.(While mumbling that you could do better, of course.)There's a reason that Are we mainly just including Kilroy so we can include the video of Robert Kilroy-Silk saying: "Their fate will be in each other's hands as they decide whether to share or to shaft? But it's justifiable, because it was a bit of a horrible programme, appealing to the greediest side of human nature, and Kilroy was appropriately harsh to match.When two contestants "shafted" each other (oh, behave, not like that), he snapped: "How could you do that? " Calm down Kilroy, it's not like they've made horrifyingly derogatory comments about, say, Irish people or Arabic people, is it?