Thursday, January 13, 2005

Today’s Airing of The Price is Right (#6138)

Money Game: Candice wins; Ford Focus ($16,435)

Plinko: Kijana wins $12,100 with 5 Plinko chips

Barker’s Markers: Lisa lost; Day Bed, Popcorn Machine, and Karioke

Showcase Showdown #1: Kijana wins with 90 cents

Pick A Pair: Marlane wins with Peanut Butter and Cleaner ($2.99); Living Room Group and Globe

Cover Up: Craig lost; Ford Ranger ($15,941)

Double Prices: Stephen wins; 65-inch TV Set ($3299)

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

Showcase: Kijana wins; Kitchen Group, Dining Room Group, and Snowmobile ($30,184 in prizes)

Our first prize to come on down before our Contestant’s Row was a trip to San Francisco, including a certain number of days/nights repeated for Marlane. Candice claimed to have no knowledge of the Money Game, but forgot to mention that she contains the knowledge of Ford automobile prices from the first to last two digits. Lengthy audience interaction (Bob wanted a book at this point) confirmed Candice’s choice in digits. Kijana may have a total of 5 Plinko chips, yet Bob would mistakenly say they can total up to $40,000 before acknowledging his error as the first chip reached its destination (not the $10,000 slot). All it took was good luck and Bob’s “direction” for Kijana to earn herself over $10,000 in prizes. Even though her Plinko run ended in the $100 slot, $12,100 was enough for a shout of “Thank you, Jesus!” No member of the audience, even the fellow saying, “put it back” (a price marker) could save Lisa from an avoidable fate in Barker’s Markers. Kijana’s score of 90 cents kept Candice away from winning a spot in today’s Showcase in only one spin by one nickel. Representing somewhere near Buffalo, New York, Marlene plays Pick A Pair for some new furniture without her husband in sight, so she’s alright. Craig of Lincoln, California escapes Contestant’s Row at last for a playing of Cover Up that seemed easy as baking a cake, yet everything would “fall” the moment Craig believed the fourth digit was a “9” too. After a lengthy moment of thought, Myloh came up with a Luggage bid that wasn’t accepted by plenty of audience members, thus giving Stephen of Bakersfield (not yet Barkersfield) the last minute escape. Craig (now $1000 richer) earned the chance to bid on a Showcase featuring various hairstyles and a trip to Sydney, Australia. We end today’s show with Kijana surrounded by “Two Rooms” in the middle of the snow.

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