Wednesday, May 19, 2004

Today’s Airing of The Price is Right (#6041)

Switch?: Carol wins with “no switch”; Daybed and Hockey Table

Spelling Bee: Jane wins (4 Cards); Dodge Neon

Bonkers: Florencio lost; Hot Tub ($5995)

Showcase Showdown #1: Jane wins with 50 cents

Clearance Sale: Christine lost; Chair, Luggage, and Gas Grill

Cover Up: David lost; Ford Focus ($18,420)

Pick A Pair: Carlos lost; Dining Room Group

Showcase Showdown #2: Christine wins with 65 cents

Showcase: Jane wins (Double Showcase Winner); Flowers for a Year, Trip to Amsterdam, Jeep Wrangler, Living Room Group, A Floor Clock, and a TV ($61,556 in prizes)

Carol spends her 60th birthday with Bob, which included making the decision of no price switching before Bob even explained the rules of “Switch?” Jane of Ontario, Canada, a Price viewer since age 8 thanks to her mother makes the right decision to go for the Dodge Neon instead of 2500 American Dollars. We are reminded yet again that contestants playing Bonkers shouldn’t look toward the audience for help. At 60, Carol still has the strength to spin a large spinning object, such as the Big Wheel. A surprise to a host of 32 years as he witnesses David, the president of the Rich Fields Fan Club coming on down courtesy of his idol of 4 weeks. Two items prove David is a big part of this growing society includes his shirt (photo of Rich on the front) and last but not least a shirt for Rich himself (with photos of Rich, Johnny Olson, and Rod Roddy). Christine (wearing the “Bob Barker, I Need To Come on Down” shirt) was vulnerable to causing bodily harm to Bob, so he suggests that she should use her strength on either the 4 cameramen, the stage managers, or a certain announcer with his own fan club. Our (Rich’s to be exact) fan club president David escapes Contestant’s Row without harm from a close contestant whom he outbid by $1. After confirming that our Showcase contestants remember their bids (Christine said “thank you Bob” after he complimented her on a fairly good bid), it was revealed that Jane won both Showcases with a difference of $177.

Now if y’all excuse me, I’ll be searching the web for the official site of the Rich Field Fan Club.

One Comment on “”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    If you want to build your very own TPIR fan club site, go to for info on how you can take over that domain.

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