Thursday, October 28, 2004

Today’s Airing of The Price is Right (#6090)

Barker’s Bargain Bar: Lindsay lost; Safe and Desk & Chair (Bigger Bargain: $1300)

Lucky 7: Sheila lost; Chevy Malibu ($19,72 )

Grand Game: Steven wins $100; (Target Price: $5.00)

Showcase Showdown #1: Steven wins with 85 cents

Shopping Spree: Mirian lost ($6500 to Spend); Bar Set, Tea Service, Golf Set, and Cradle

One Away: Kandace lost; Chevy Colorado ($22,735)

Joker: Melissa wins (Card #3 was Joker); Dining Room Group

Showcase Showdown #2: Melissa wins with 30 cents

Showcase: Steven wins; Living Room Group, Dance Lessons, and Piano ($22,825 in prizes)

Video blacking out (excluding audio and the useless “G” rating set by a strict FCC) during the opening did not, and I repeat did not effect the outcome of today’s first four contestants. Yep, the Mirian who placed a bid of $5500 on a Refrigerator (now under newlyweds Lindsay & Stephen’s control) was pre-selected before today’s excursion. For the sake of future Desk & Chairs under the brand featured today, let’s hope nobody representing the company was listening to Lindsay’s description. Sheila celebrates her day of birth (August 16th, 1960) from the Television City line to the Big Wheel (she referred to the $1.00 as “100”, which is okay, since 100 cents always amounts to that). Unfortunately, her birthday journey ended without a Chevrolet Malibu. Steven of the Ohio “Bob for President” gang’s sentiments were appreciated, but Price remains more than Bob can handle if elected the USA’s Chief Executive. Mirian escapes Contestant’s Row with a more reasonable bid now in the past. Thanks to a young lady in the audience pretending to drink tea, Mirian’s spending total nowhere over $6500. So far, no big winner, and the pressure is building inside Stage 33. Will Army Major Melissa be the heroine of the day? If you’re reading this first, I recommend backing up and you’ll find why today’s show didn’t end up becoming skunked show #69. Our heroine’s Showcase featured a variety of noses (Pinocchio, Richard M. Nixon, and a Bear), plus trips to Walt Disney World, Washington, District of Columbia, and a Trailer. Unfortunately, her bid was only a mere hundred dollars over from the Showcase’s actual price. Tomorrow’s Showcase preview: Halloween theme likely.

(I was this close to almost forgetting to mention Sarah the Dog’s appearance)

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