Spelling Bee: Tara wins $3000 with 3 cards; Pontiac G6
One Right Price: Robert lost; Secretary Desk and Luggage ($2430)
Make Your Move: Tina lost; Panini Press and Sandwich Maker ($45), Daybed ($459), and Trailer ($6495)
Showcase Showdown #1: Tara wins with $1.00 ($1000)
Hi Lo: Zachary wins; Home Theater Group
Pick A Number: Sandra lost (chose “3”); Ford Ranger ($19,185)
Check Game: Sandra wins ($2000 check); Hot Tub ($5233)
Showcase Showdown #2: Sandra (II) wins with $1.00 ($1000)
Showcase: Tara wins; Double Showcase Winner, Cosmetics, Clothing, Handbags, Shoes, and Trip to Paris, France; Meals for a Year, Dining Room Group, and Sailboat ($48,060 in prizes)
As Drew made his entrance beyond the Big Doors, he punched the air and made a “pow” sound before doing a short dance beside the model who gave him the cordless microphone. As Tara was deciding whether to leave Spelling Bee with $3000 or continue in pursuit of the automobile, Drew said, “I’m offering you $2000, the car’s pretty expensive though”. Drew showed the price of the second Item Up for Bids (a Laptop Computer priced $1799) to the camera, the contestants, and studio audience. Tina said she waited 39 years to “get up here”, which amazed Drew because the show is “only 37 years old”. As Make Your Move made its way around the Turntable, Drew jumped on it and returned to Tina’s side with laughter he could not control. Members of the audience appeared on camera as they laughed along with Drew. As the Big Wheel spun, Tina shared the story of her shirt featuring the images of “Bob Barker, Janice, Diana, and Holly”. Unfortunately, the shirt was stolen at an airport. Zachary, a puppeteer for a theme park that Drew was sure was “owned by another network” (a reference to ABC, I assume, since the Walt Disney Company owns both the network and Disneyland) got to play Hi Lo, which was not seen on camera as it was brought out on stage. Drew hummed the “Tums” jingle before and after he revealed the price of said item in Hi Lo. Drew welcomed viewers back “to the greatest game show in the history of television” before the fifth Item Up for Bids, a Chocolate Maker. Sandra, who retired nine years before her mama recently, played the Check Game, which, according to Drew, has been on the show since it was “founded in 1872”, which would be 100 years before the actual founding. Before the Showcases were revealed, viewers heard music, the sounds of the audience cheering, and some “wolf whistling” for reasons unseen by viewers. Before the Showcase prices were revealed, the show’s theme music played as the audience cheered. We end today’s show with a Double Showcase Winner and Tara is her name.
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