Tuesday, October 26, 2004

Today’s Airing of The Price is Right (#6088)

Clearance Sale: Stanya lost; Daybed, Flatware, Washer & Dryer

Hole in One (or Two): Larry wins (4th Line); Pontiac Grand AM

Double Prices: Kristen wins; Spa ($8995)

Showcase Showdown #1: Stanya wins with $1.00 ($1000)

Switch?: Tammy wins with “Switch”; Clock and Chair

Punch A Bunch: Troy wins $100 with 4 Punches

That’s Too Much: Stacee lost; Dodge Neon ($15,125)

Showcase Showdown #2: Troy wins with 95 cents

Showcase: Stanya wins; “Bottled El-Cheapo” Showcase, Motorcycle, Trailer, and Boat ($41,621 in prizes)

Stanya of Phoenix, Arizona was in charge of Price’s very own Clearance Sale for the next minute or two, but her outcome of a sale gone wrong would be marked by Bob’s words of “I was afraid of this!” After Larry’s quick escape from Contestant’s Row, Bob gave his mighty (or lovely) legs recognition. Larry’s quick choice of the Seasoning among the items featured in Hole in One was a sign of an upcoming victory; eventually a $500 bonus had to be excluded. If Bob had done his inspiration putt before Larry chose the items, some viewers would’ve been worried. Munster, Indiana’s very own Kristen (and the latest Red space contestant to escape) is now the proud owner of a Spa. Stanya’s request to dance around Bob as the Big Wheel spun was granted (“not much” were Bob’s words to describe the dance), yet she would win $1000 without a dance at Bob’s request. Robert’s fall after Rich summoned him to come on down must have wore off the luck the red spot of Contestant’s Row contained. Houston’s Troy (bearing a shirt featuring homemade decorations) decided to move on after hole #2 featured a $1000 slip, leading him to a prize $900 less. Stacee may be from Detroit, Michigan (“want more?” was Rich’s question after she wanted to know more about the Neon’s insides), yet she assumed that a price in the $13,000-$14,000 would be worthy of a “That’s Too Much!” shout, or something similar to a “shout”. Today’s Showcases featured wine, boats, and “Every Trip in the House”. Our champion of $40,000+ in prizes won on today’s show gave our announcer Mr. Rich Fields a kiss on the cheek while celebrating with her Phoenix crew. Besides a kiss, Rich was the first to earn a close up before everyone else in front of the boat. Lucky fellow!

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