Today’s Airing of The Price is Right (#6169)
Plinko: Mary wins $2600 with 5 Plinko chips
Credit Card: Kevin lost ($1700 credit limit); Bongo Set, Dining Room Table, Cookware, Clock, and Bookcase
Money Game: Sherri wins; Ford Focus ($17,025)
Showcase Showdown #1: Sherri wins with $1.00 ($1000)
Barker’s Bargain Bar: Shelton wins; Chair (Bargain of $700) and Dinnerware
Any Number: Christi wins; Pontiac G6 ($21,705)
Hit Me: Zovinar wins (Hits 21); Trip to Canada
Showcase Showdown #2: Shelton wins with 95 cents
Showcase: Sherri wins; MP3 Player, Trip to Rome, and Ford Freestar (with “Shuttle to T.P.I.R” sign) ($54,176 in prizes)
A week of excellence is coming to a close, starting with Mary sporting a red leather jacket making the escape from Contestant’s Row with a $1999 Exercise Bicycle in her future, along with thousands in cash. The $500 flashing along with the $1000 spot containing Mary’s Plinko chip doesn’t count. Pennsylvania State student and future electrical engineer Kevin who admitted to never exceeding his credit card limit has experienced a case of “there’s a first time for everything” on today’s show, oh well at least he knows the feeling of someone in a real life situation. Sherri of Missouri became the proud owner of a Focus with a little help from the audience, including a fellow named Ralph with a shirt featuring a photo of a young Bob Barker from Price’s early years on front, and a photo of a late 1990s Bob on the back. Before our Sherri spun the Big Wheel for a chance at winning $10,000, she said “okay” in a gruff tone of voice after Bob explained the situation. Before Shelton would win his way on stage, Bob declared the day being the best one in his life after a quad of young ladies referred to him as a “homeboy”, which means “you’re tight, man”, as Bob phrased it. After choosing the digits 1, 7, and 5 in a row, Christi managed to figure out her Any Number situation at the end. Since “0” can’t possibly be the first number in the Microwave or even the money in the Piggy Bank, its to safe it belongs in the car price’s fourth digit spot. Representing a large group of Armenians from somewhere in California was Zovinar, who was in great need of assistance from members of the audience who have played a good game of cards at least once in life. It seems that Shelton knew he was going to win his way into today’s Showcase, explaining why he was attempting to sliver away from Bob’s side so soon during Showcase Showdown #2. Sherri ends this week’s worth of shows with more that any Price contestant can imagine winning. Good weekend and good luck!
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