Today’s Airing of The Price is Right (#6098)
(Original Air Date 11-9-2004)
Lucky 7: Emily wins ($1 left); Ford Explorer ($28,523)
Plinko: Billie wins $500 with 4 Plinko chips
Danger Price: Johnny lost; Convection Oven, Recliner (Danger Price: $599), Popcorn Machine, and Stemware
Showcase Showdown #1: Billie wins with $1.00 ($1000)
Switch?: Eric wins with a “Switch”; Golf Equipment and Dining Room Table
Now or Then: Scott wins (“Then” June 1996); Trip to Atlanta
One Away: Kory wins; Pontiac Vibe ($18,720)
Showcase Showdown #2: Eric wins with 85 cents
Showcase: Billie wins; “Customer Service” Showcase, Garden Equipment, Hot Tub, Cruise of Scandinavia ($25,025 in prizes)
Sorry folks, this “Johnny” among today’s first four contestants is not among the “Moore” variety. Virginia native turned Arizona resident Emily tested her future automobile’s stability of carrying her new Kayak before trying her luck at keeping at least 1 out of 7 one-dollar bills. “Everybody think ten!” says Billie carrying a stuffed Texas long horn for luck before 3/4 of her Plinko chips ended up in the “$0” slot. After today’s show, expect Billie to meet Bob out in the Television City parking lot since she admitted on air to also being single & widowed. “Johnny the Anniversary Boy” escapes Contestant’s Row to extend his 32nd wedding anniversary as Catherine in the audience witnesses a possible quad of gifts in store. No more anniversary gifts, but attending today’s edition of Price will be something cherished between the couple for hopefully the next 32 years. We eventually found out that Billie’s stuffed Texas long horn doubles as a gift for Bob, no wonder she continued to hold on until her bonus spin of the Big Wheel. 3-year veteran of the Navy Eric (stationed near San Diego) surprised all that he actually works on nuclear missiles and he, along with his fellow crewmen actually play golf (see “Switch?” prizes) on a submarine’s stern. Kory Blackwell the latest member of Contestant’s Row appeared frightened in his group of Virginians (mostly female) back of the audience, according to Bob’s eyes. Handy binoculars were the latest items up for bids to come on down, from the ceiling to clarify for some. No more worries for Kory, as he travels back to Virginia alone in his brand new Pontiac. As for his Virginian crew, they’re likely to travel home by airplane. It was actually Scott’s mother who made him a Price loyalist, not the grandmas or even his buddy Sean who joined in on the journey to today’s show. Billie’s Showcase featured a telephone, Rich as a customer service representative, and of course the worried customer. Eric’s Showcase bid of $20,000 happened to be one “0” short due to an error, but it never changed today’s outcome. Billie earned the chance to say Bob’s daily reminder of pet population control after finding out Eric went over.
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