Monday, November 15, 2004

Today’s Airing of The Price is Right (#6102)

Eazy Az 1, 2, 3: James lost; Dinnerware, Pair of Chairs, and Grandfather Clock

3 Strikes: Veronica wins (0 Strikes); Lincoln Town Car ($42,783)

Grocery Game: Kristen wins (Total $20.39); Bedroom Group

Showcase Showdown #1: James wins with 70 cents

Freeze Frame: Brittany lost; Trip to Acapulco ($2464)

Master Key: Michael lost (1 Key); Flatware, Power Tools, and Chevy Aveo

Barker’s Bargain Bar: Ashley wins; Dining Room Table and Refrigerator (Bigger Bargain: $1000)

Showcase Showdown #2: Brittany wins with $1.00 ($1000)

Showcase: Double Overbid; Treadmill, Trip to London, Motorcycle, Trailer, Living Room Group, Picnic Basket, and Hover Craft

Before barking can be heard throughout the audience, Kathy bearing the red shirt managed to come on down to her shirt color’s sake spot in Contestant’s Row. The job title of “Indoor Meteorologist” happens to apply to air condition/refrigerator technician James. Veronica missing her spot during the run to Contestant’s Row doesn’t even compare to what’s soon to happen on stage. After confirming for herself that Bob is as real as she is and not a cardboard cut out, Bob feasts her eyes on something else in the real category. Despite the audience’s below average advice, the curly haired Veronica was actually “going somewhere”. Yep, a return home in a Lincoln Town Car and no strikes on her Price record. Hoosier Kristen proved what a longtime Price viewer can do if she puts her mind toward it, plus some audience advice on purchasing 4 Maxwell House coffee cans and one Little Debbie snack. Not even our “spectacular winner” as Bob referred to Veronica was able to surpass James’ Big Wheel score of a half-dollar and 2 dimes. Michigan’s very own volleyball player Brittany escapes Contestant’s Row for a chance at a Mexican holiday at the sound of one particular camera shutter. Michael experienced a moment of unluckiness after picking finding out (the hard way) that today’s middle key is the one “that opens nothing”. Ukrainian dancer Ashley representing a group from Canada presented us a dance move after proving her bargaining skills. We were close to viewing a $6000 Showcase Showdown winner leap into the air, but Brittany’s bonus spin missed 15 cents at the last second. The missing digit in James’ Showcase bid had no effect on today’s Showcase outcome.

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