Thursday, April 28, 2005

Today’s Airing of The Price is Right (#6202)

Squeeze Play: Ying lost (removed “1”); Catamaran ($4195)

Pocket Change: Ann lost with 50 cents ($1.00 for the Car); Ford Focus ($18,970)

Plinko: Barbra wins $1100 with 4 Plinko chips

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

Double Prices: Carlotta wins; Iron Bed ($4649)

Money Game: Autumn wins $253; Ford Mustang ($22,039)

Pick A Pair: Frank wins (Pair of $8.99: Snoring Aid and Vitamin Chews); Trip to Greece

Showcase Showdown #2: Autumn wins with 85 cents

Showcase: Double Overbid; Living Room Group, Dance Lessons, Jukebox; “Ranger” Showcase, “The Lone Ranger” DVD, Combination DVD/TV/VCR, Trip to Yellowstone National Park, and a Ford Ranger

Contestant #1 and new Motorcycle owner Ying relied on popular opinion from members of the audience shouting “1” as the number not included in the Catamaran’s price, a cost deeply felt by her and the finger Bob used to reveal the actual price, causing a disjoint. Before Ann of Texas made it to Bob’s side, our host discovered the perfect small product “thrown in” with the second Item Up For Bid to correct his disjointed finger. If Ann had never made another error to her pricing of the Ford automobile featured in Pock Change, she would have become its new owner with the 50 cents she earned. By the way, most viewers would learn that $2.00 is among the dollar & cents a contestant can earn from choosing one of the numerous envelopes displayed in Pocket Change. Barbra’s walk to the top of the Plinko board was the beginning of quite a lengthy moment of applause, from the stairs to the first Plinko chip falling into the $0 slot. Ann didn’t need to win in cents this time, just a $1.00 on her first spin of the Big Wheel. Named after the season that begins in September and ends in December, Autumn wins $253 on her first wedding anniversary, with husband Justin witnessing what could have been a surprising moment. Frank made no error during his playing of Pick of Pair by choosing two items priced $8.99 on the first try. Autumn enhances her anniversary by winning a spot in today’s Showcase. Today’s Showcase featured dance lessons, scenes from “The Lone Ranger” and a whole different “ranger”, courtesy of the Ford Motor Company. After we learned of this “Double Overbid”, Bob almost forgot that Ann never won an automobile today. We end today’s journey into Price’s excellence with waving and Bob mingling with members of the audience.

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