Wednesday, February 23, 2005

Today’s Airing of The Price is Right (#6167)

Step Up: Patti wins; Carpet Steamer, Electric Guitar, Silverware, and Grandfather Clock (+ $3000)

Let ‘Em Roll: Jillian wins $1500 with 3 Rolls; Ford Focus

Safe Crackers: Michelle wins (Combination $670); Trip to Chicago and Snow Blower

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

Squeeze Play: Brianne wins (removed “8”); Boat ($6253)

Dice Game: Catherine wins; Chevy Aveo ($15,214)

Secret X: Ryan wins (X at Top Square); Dining Room Group

Showcase Showdown #2: Ryan wins with 70 cents

Showcase: Ryan wins; Bedroom Group, TV Set, and Trip to Japan ($22,018 in prizes)

One day after Mobile, Alabama resident David Jones made it to Contestant’s Row and on stage, Patti made the run for Step Up and Bob without inflicting any physical before or after a kiss on the right cheek. “How?” asked Patti in a jokingly fashion during Bob’s 9-second description (according to his watch) of the game. Hand and arm gestures such as playing of an air guitar was among Patti’s numerous ways of interacting with an audience including those who would chant a-plenty today. Bob had a good feeling Jillian was going after prize money in Let ‘Em Roll more than a Ford automobile. It appears clear as a well-lit crystal that Jillian was fairly new to Let ‘Em Roll, for example the common attempt at rolling a single cube by hand. Michelle (pronounced Mee-SHELL) of San Jose (pronounced Ho-ZAY) won’t be returning home with a Snow Blower, but a new Boat as part of a deal with Squeeze Play player Brianne, who’s from Colorado. Jillian danced her way over to the Big Wheel before scoring $1.00 and did an encore performance on her way over to the scoreboard. Representing the USA’s Navy, Lieutenant Catherine bearing the English spelling of the name “Katherine” was more focused on the “6” and “1” sides of the dices rather than rolling the right digits in her new Chevy’s price. I assure y’all that those weak rolls of the first dice and stealing Ryan’s (University of California Los Angeles) spot in Contestant’s Row did not demote our lady lieutenant. Before leaving the stage until Showcase Showdown #2, Catherine gave mention to another member of the Service, her husband serving far, far, away. Luck and miracles were on Ryan’s side during his playing of Price’s version of tic-tac-toe, consisting of placing his free X (or plus sign) on the middle row’s right-hand side, the middle itself, and finally the top row that would determine his fate. In the end, Ryan turned out to be one of numerous contestants who may not be loyal to the show, but can certainly learn quickly (with a little luck on the side). Even during Price’s first 10 years on Old Columbia (referring to CBS) contestants had to learn too.

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