Today’s Airing of The Price is Right (#6089)
Plinko: Shawnte wins $2700 with 5 Plinko chips
Pushover: Betty lost; Sailboat ($5785)
Ten Chances: Chad wins Foot Spa ($60) and Vacuum ($650); Chevy Cavalier ($16,780)
Showcase Showdown #1: Betty wins with 95 cents
Most Expensive: Brian wins; Sofa, Grandfather Clock ($2325), and Exercise Bicycle
Grocery Game: Aaron lost (Total $21.52); Bedroom Group
Dice Game: Johnny wins; Chevy Aveo ($14,535)
Showcase Showdown #2: Brian wins with 95 cents
Showcase: Brian wins; “Stoney” Showcase, Ring, Stove, and Ford F-150 ($51,227 in prizes)
Bob enters the studio through waves of audience and high fives before asking a Contestant’s Row consisting of a Betty bearing a “IRS Loves You Bob” shirt for their bids. After Shawnte left the stage $2700 richer, Bob finally notices that Betty represents the Internal Revenue Service and is here not only to pursue a lifelong dream, but also to finally break an ice barrier after all these years. Don’t expect this sudden show of love from the IRS to mark the end of Bob’s yearly tax payments or any other supposedly lucky viewer today. Fresh from disability due to a broken foot, Chad is proud to be the owner of a Foot Spa. If only he had reversed the “8” and “7” digits, that Cavalier would’ve been his latest and greatest mean of general transportation. Betty the Tax Lady would not be the only contestant the win with 95 cents during a Showcase Showdown today. After using his time to say “hello” to members of the family, we (and maybe even Aaron himself) would discover that Aaron doesn’t fit under the title of “Loyal Friend & True”. Even though the audience, Bob, and maybe even Rachel handling the cash register saved him from purchasing over 20 Pringles and 10 Eggs, Aaron still went over $21.00 by a half-dollar and 2 pennies.
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