Friday, October 22, 2004

Today’s Airing of The Price is Right (#6086)

Step Up: Lori wins (Daybed and Treadmill, +$500); Cordless Phones and Containers

Pathfinder: Jennifer lost; Dodge Ram ($22,315)

Flip Flop: Shawn lost by “flopping”; Trip to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico ($3402)

Showcase Showdown #1: Shawn wins with 60 cents

Magic #: Josee wins (No Magic Number Needed); Two Chairs and Pool Table

Let ‘Em Roll: Tatiana wins $2000 with 3 Rolls; Ford Focus

Double Prices: Keith lost; Floor Clock ($3785)

Showcase Showdown #2: Josee wins with 75 cents

Showcase: Josee wins; “The Price is Right Library (Librarian Brandi)” Showcase, Electric Stove, Trip to Las Vegas, Chevy Impala ($29,498 in prizes)

Keith’s $978 on a $2000 motorcycle was twice confirmed by Bob. Hmmm, I wonder why? Either Lori didn’t fully understand the concept of Step Up or she actually believed Tupperware Containers would cost more than a Treadmill. Unfortunately in Bob’s case, the only thing folks across the nation will be talking about is Jennifer being unable to hear the many audience members shouting “2” as the Ram’s second digit. Despite his mighty fingers’ failure to magically stop the Big Wheel at $1.00, Shawn settled with a dime less, but not for long. Instead of saying “hello” to the whole world, Lori simply said it to her children before marking a 3-way tie on 90 cents. Lori would eventually lose to Shawn and Jennifer’s second tied score, getting Bob into the mood of confirmation from Roger (with Turntable in background, along with Lori on his side) if we had just witnessed an historic moment? “Not often” was Roger’s response before Shawn and Jennifer had to spin yet again. Shawn survived and now earns a place in the Showcase. As Josee slowly moved the Magic # between $1-$1050 before finally stopping herself, the game itself sparked some life yet again. After declaring her the winner due to the now-haunted Magic #, Bob and Josee immediately left before a possible explosion takes place. Yep, Bob reminded us of more to come before the commercial break. Tatiana’s pappy happened to be a contestant about 25 years ago. Keith of Miami, Florida escapes Contestant’s Row at the last possible moment, but would leave without the trouble of returning home with a Floor Clock. Josee gave her fellow Canadians back home a few words of joy. When Josee passed her bid Shawn, she called him “Keith”. We end this week’s shows not in Price’s very own library, but around a brand new Impala.

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