Friday, December 31, 2004

Today’s Airing of The Price is Right (#6071)

(Original Air Date 10-1-2004)

Most Expensive: Patrick lost; Fire Place, Home Gym, Dining Room Table ($2717)

Plinko: Ashleigh wins $1100 with 5 Plinko Chips

Temptation: Mildred wins; Pontiac Grand AM ($19,475), Vacuum, Piano, Glassware, and Pool/Golf Table

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

Squeeze Play: Roseann lost; Trip to Rio De Genera ($6616)

Grocery Game: Steven lost (Total $21.70); Kitchen Appliances and Knives

One Away: Shannon wins; Jeep Wrangler ($18,465)

Showcase Showdown #2: Steven wins with 95 cents

Showcase: Ashleigh wins; “Back” Showcase, Back Packs, Trip to Santa Fe, and Ford Freestar ($36,494 in prizes)

Patrick did right asking for what’s currently the highest bid on the Washer & Dryer, which lead to him becoming today’s first contestant on stage. Unfortunately, he had no idea a certain Dining Room Table would cost more than a Home Gym priced at a relatively mere $1300. It took Rich two times and Bob only one to summon Mary to jump and come on down. After 5 Plinko chips, Bob’s latest use of one “expensive Plinko stick”, a couple of unique Plinko chip falls, and Ashleigh’s chip kiss for luck, she left the stage with more than she came with, $1100 to be exact. Mildred representing the great city of Dallas showed neither fear, nor temptation by the prizes surrounding her (not even the Pool/Golf Table, in which Bob viewed as something that “looks like fun”). Before The Price is Right Train (with Ashley as engineer) introduced us to a sofa, Bob had to prove Janet (assumed Rich said her name, actually it was “Shannon”) wrong into thinking she could fool another old fellow. Squeeze Play featured three “6s”, a first according to Bob’s history of the game, yet a majority of the audience forced Roseann into picking the middle “6” for removal. Steven bearing a “I Love Jenn” (even though his future wife’s name is Jennifer) shirt may a need a lesson in shopping after today’s Grocery Game performance. Not even a can of pineapples saved Steven, which resulted in grand total over $21.00. Shannon, yes the same one that dealt with Janet while coming on down, got the chance to test her “ladies, do I have (insert number) right” skills and even earned Bob’s “pretty little girl” compliment. After Roseann tied Steven’s score of 95 cents on the Big Wheel, Steven earned himself the same score shortly after. We end this week’s shows on this first day of October with Ashleigh and family surrounding her Freestar.

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