Tuesday, March 1, 2005

Today’s Airing of The Price is Right (#6171)

Switch?: Teresa wins with a “Switch”; Cabinet and Sofa

Punch A Bunch: Cassia wins $350 with 4 Punches + Second Chance

That’s Too Much: Belinda wins; Jeep Wrangler ($19,820)

Showcase Showdown #1: Belinda wins with 85 cents

Squeeze Play: Joshua lost (removed first “0”); Clock ($7500)

Grocery Game: Keeira lost ($19.78); Bedroom Group

Cover Up: Eric lost; Pontiac Vibe ($18,571)

Showcase Showdown #2: Joshua wins with 95 cents

Showcase: Joshua wins; “Around the World” Showcase, Trip to St. Thomas, Spain, Australia, and a $1000 prize ($18,165 in prizes)

Before the one whom Bob would refer to as “dangerous” made her way out of Contestant’s Row for “Switch?” observant viewers would notice soft-voiced Belinda’s bid of $1250 on the Refrigerator being displayed as “$1251” for less than an entire second. “Higher, baby!” said Cassia as she won herself 4 punches along with the prizes representing them. Bob admitted that his age was showing shortly after comparing Cassia’s punching style to Clay, or Muhammad “The Greatest” Ali as he would be known as later on. Philadelphia’s Belinda conquered That’s Too Much with two versions of her way of saying “That’s Too Much!” the first one being slightly lower than the one that would determine the outcome. Before Yasmin (or “Yamina” as Bob would prefer) joined us, everyone who was in Contestant’s Row had a name that ends in “A”, a fact Bob acknowledged proudly before realizing not everyone cares. Joshua was a victim of trickery by the double zeros in today’s Squeeze Play appearance. Future homeowner Keeira realized the situation she was with a Grocery Game total between $19.00-$21.00 and took the fact that she already lost very well since the last two products would in no doubt bring her total over $21.00. The last digit of “1” never came to Eric in his Cover Up playing after managing to get the other 4 digits correct on the first try. Before Showcase Showdown #2 can begin, a performance by Eric’s fellow members of the Western Washington University Concert Choir, along with some nice camera movement. After Joshua became today’s Showcase winner, his entire crew ran for the Turntable before Bob directed them toward the big doors concealing Joshua’s trips for a choir performance, whom we learned about shortly after the Eric’s choir performed down in Contestant’s Row.

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