Tuesday, June 28, 2005

Today’s Airing of The Price is Right (#6084)
(Original Air Date 10-20-2004)

Lucky 7: Anthony lost; Ford Mustang Convertible ($25,27 )

Coming or Going: Sarah wins by “Going”; Two Motorcycles ($5924)

Plinko: Florencine wins $300 with 5 Plinko Chips

Showcase Showdown #1: Florencine wins with 60 cents

Poker Game: Elaine wins; Tools, Table Set, Cat Tree, and Radio Vacuum

One Away: Victoria wins ; Jeep Wrangler ($18,465)

Now or Then: Lindsay wins (“Then” September 1996); Bed

Showcase Showdown #2: Lindsay wins with 95 cents

Showcase: Florencine wins; Living Room Group, Maid Service, and a Trip to New Zealand ($21,778 in prizes)

Ramona was the latest first four contestant this week to be wearing a particular type of hat. She would remain in Contestant’s Row throughout the show. That familiar music viewers hear during the opening, when a contestant is called to come on down, and when someone wins his/her on stage, continued to play even after the big doors opened for Bob’s entrance. After a few chuckles by me, the other piece of Price’s theme played as Bob walked over for his microphone and to greet us. Unfortunately for Anthony, he lost the chance of owning a convertible not only as a mode of general transportation, but as a way to gather all the screaming fanatics (mostly female) for a ride. Florencine of Florida covered both the “0” and “$100” slots on the Plinko board. Sarah’s first Big Wheel score was only a nickel short of Florensine’s 60 cents. After the Turntable revealed an Old Time Gas Pump worth $2590, Bob had the pleasure of joking about how the show could afford such a prize in a time when gas prices can cost above $2.00. The rarely played Poker Game returns to be played by fairly new player named Elaine (previously I added “Joyce” to her last name for reasons “Match Game” fanatics may understand). Representing Travis Air Force Base, Victoria gave viewers a good laugh after her very own before asking for the “6” to be revealed. That very digit “attempted” to roll back to an “8”, but Bob caught it in the act. 95 cents came out up Lindsay’s first spin, making it nearly impossible for her fellow winners to beat it. Elaine wasn’t the only one to give some lengthy “hellos” to friends & family, but Bob allowed Lindsay and Florencine to do the same. Only future Showcase winner Florencine can be compared to Elaine’s length of “hellos”.

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