Today’s Airing of The Price is Right (#6164)
Lucky 7: Brian lost; Chevy Impala ($23,442)
Punch A Bunch: Ricardo wins $50 with 2 punches
Double Prices: Michelle lost; Trip to Washington, District of Columbia ($4466)
Showcase Showdown #1: Brian wins with 75 cents
Now or Then: Arnetta lost (“Then” September 1996); Bedroom Group
Barker’s Markers: Dorothy lost; Secretary Desk, Popcorn Machine, and Dining Room Table
Money Game: Ellen wins; Jeep Wrangler ($18,765)
Showcase Showdown #2: Dorothy wins with 90 cents
Showcase: Brian wins; “Marriage Counselor” Showcase, Language Tapes, Trip to Hawaii, and High-Low Trailer ($26,158 in prizes)
After Bob’s impression of a seemly clueless member of Contestant’s Row, we all got to meet Brian, along with his 80-year-old Granny Pat in the most unusual way. After Brian’s mention of his grandma, much of the audience was up in chants of “Granny Pat!” who would be asked by our host about her plans for tonight now that she’s the big 8-0. The year “1998” was the actual price to determine that Michelle of the B-O-B gang (she was the first “B”) has won her way on stage. Unfortunately, her nice gesture for the “O” and “B” members of her crew to take the trip to Washington instead of her will never happen (ironically, Michelle’s choice opposite of $4466 was according to them). Here’s a shocking revelation: Brian admitting to only seeing the show “a few times” was enough for some “awws” and “boos” from members of the audience. Dorothy representing a crew mostly in white shirts didn’t stay long with her choice of moving the Dining Room Table marker in order to conquer the game. Ellen became today’s heroine the moment the wheel of the Jeep behind “65” was revealed. Brian continued to surprise some loyal members up to the moment he took over Bob’s duty of saying his daily “have your pets spade or neutered” message.
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