Tuesday, February 22, 2005

Today’s Airing of The Price is Right (#6166)

Triple Play: Marlin wins; Dodge Neon ($15,530), Jeep Wrangler ($18,765), and Chrysler Sebring ($26,035)

Grand Game: David lost $1000 (Target Price $4.00)

Coming or Going: Ronda wins by “Coming”; Fireplace Entertainment Center ($6838)

Showcase Showdown #1: Ronda wins with 95 cents

Switch?: Amanda lost by “Staying”; Daybed and Exercise Bicycle

Bonus Game: Kristine wins (Square #3 contained Bonus); Trip to Alaska and a Couple of Pens

One Away: Bruce lost; Pontiac Sunfire ($17,476)

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

Showcase: Amanda wins; Trip to Disney World, Computer, and Chrysler Pacifica ($30,440 in prizes)

“Kristine Bla…oh there she is!” chuckled Rich as one of today’s first four contestants finally escapes her audience seat for a spot in Contestant’s Row. After winning a Pool Table on his day of birth, 59-year-old Marlin performed short dances near the edge of the stage as the three automobiles were revealed from behind all 3 big doors. Marlin may have been an excellent player in this Triple Play appearance and the first winner in quite a while, but that so-called amusing question for Bob on whether it’s possible to just leave with just two cars and a model was amazingly shocking. After raising his microphone back up, Bob responded with the simple answer of “no”. Representing the great state of Alabama and successfully accumulating $1000 briefly while managing to tease the audience (despite being short of $10,000), was David showing ‘Bama pride with his a blue “Bama” shirt (also on the backs and fronts of his crew). Marlin’s birthday celebration on stage ended with a Big Wheel spin dedicated to the life of an April who left this world only two days before today’s show was taped. Miguel joins Contestant’s Row in his mountain man gear for the remaining portion of the program before Showcase Showdown #2. Another choir was discovered in our audience and they were given the opportunity to perform in Contestant’s Row. According to Bruce’s shirt, “Canadians Love Bob”. Bruce had an unpleasant feeling he didn’t have at least 4 numbers right as he worriedly asked those ladies for conformation. A prize of $1000 may not compare to at least one of the “Switch?” prizes in value, but this was only the beginning in Amanda’s winning streak. Ronda’s Showcase had an art gallery, a Spa, and a Trailer before the picture of the famous Price dollar sign was revealed.

(Note: Grand Game prizes below $1000 can be won even if the contestant loses)

Today is Spay Day USA, sharing the same day a well-known USA president was born on. During Mobile, Alabama’s one & only WKRG-TV5 12:00 PM newscast, Grand Game player and Mobile, Alabama resident David Jones was mentioned. David, you made your fellow Mobilians (plus your grandma, whom you mentioned on the show) proud!

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