Monday, July 19, 2004

Today’s Airing of The Price is Right (#5999) (Original Air Date 3-8-2004)

Cover Up: Ellen wins; Dodge Neon ($16,325)

One Wrong Price; Valerie wins; Popcorn Machine, Clock, and Cradle

Plinko: Matthew wins $3000 (4 Plinko Chips)

Showcase Showdown #1: Valerie wins with 80 cents

Barker’s Bargain Bar: Jeffrey lost; Drum Set and Table

Card Game: Katherine lost; Ford Focus ($15,575)

Now or Then: Janice wins; Trailer (“Then” March 1997)

Showcase Showdown #2: Janice wins with 85 cents

Showcase: Janice wins; Dining Room Group, Jukebox, and Dance Lessons ($24,668 in prizes)

(Burton) Richardson “Rich” Fields continues to show off his announcing skills. Bob brings up an “Items Up for Bids” with a surfboard from many moons ago involving this lady bidding $9000. Luckily, nobody bid that before Bob told us this tale. It was a real struggle getting from “1” to “2” during Ellen’s playing of Cover Up. Looks like the folks at the dormitories are the only ones that are happy that Jeffrey didn’t win the drum set. Introducing, Troy the Dog (Ellen and Troy, that would be an interesting combination)! Even with Bob suggesting that Katherine shouldn’t worry about the mathematics, she still added $1000 to her bid for a Ford Focus after picking the all-important ace. We went from 5 cents to a tie of 95 cents in Showcase Showdown #2. It’s “Monday Morning” on CBS and here again is Little Teri (in skirt and has more hair) showing off the art of today’s first Showcase prizes (Trip to Ireland, Motorcycle, and Boat). I wonder what Charles Osgood’s take on the artwork would be?

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