Wednesday, June 1, 2005

Today’s Airing of The Price is Right (#6226)

Flip Flop: Lorna lost by “flipping”; Trip to New York City ($5357)

Hole in One (or Two): Breanne lost (Line 2); Pontiac Sunfire

Barker’s Bargain Bar: Stacey wins; Chair and Popcorn Machine (Bargain of $2000)

Showcase Showdown #1: Breanne wins with 95 cents

Poker Game: William wins; Backpacks, Dining Room Table, Cat Tree Tower, and Chest

That’s Too Much: Gloria lost; Chevy Equinox ($22,020)

Secret X: Robert lost (X in the Middle); Living Room Group

Showcase Showdown #2: Robert wins with 95 cents

Showcase: Breanne wins; “Phoebe Phobic” Showcase, Sauna, Cruise to Alaska, and Boat ($39,774 in prizes)

Our studio audience guided Lorna of Vermont into flipping rather than flopping her way on a New York holiday, courtesy of Price and Flip Flop. Before bouncing on stage in celebration,, Breanne did the same thing while handling fellow contestant Stacey shortly after her call to come on down. Bob reminds viewers of the Hole in One slump he’s been for quite a while in Year 33, but thanks to head prop man Greg finding a new putter and some practice, our host made a perfect inspirational putt today. After Bob’s comeback today, it’s likely that Breanne may practice her putting as well. The same Stacey who started a bouncing sensation in Contestant’s Rowwould escape for Price’s very own Bargain Bar. Gloria was so happy after the Chevy automobile was revealed, our announcer Rich was close to laughter while trying to describe her prize. Shortly after an excellent shout of “That’s Too Much!”, Gloria skipped each word of that phrase for her own version of staying on a price she believes is too high for the car. William gained 90 cents on the Big Wheel, but unfortunately for him the chance of beating Robert was neighboring nothing. Today’s Showcases featured an alleged German with a phobia, more furniture prizes for Robert, and a Motorcycle. The actual price of Breanne’s Showcase may have been a lot more, but Robert’s overbid would determine the outcome of today’s Showcase. Breanne’s celebration with her crew, including a close member of the family was worth the extra camera angles. Yep, the audience and our top winner today were included in the same camera shot.

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