Tuesday, August 2, 2005

Today’s Airing of The Price is Right (#6161)
(Original Air Date 2-15-2005)

Cover Up: Arye lost; Ford Focus ($16,215)

Clock Game: Celestine lost; Dining Room Table ($581) and Spa

Poker Game: Scott wins (Full House); Luggage, Sofa, Desk, and Espresso Machine

Showcase Showdown #1: Arye wins with 65 cents

Bullseye: Lori wins (Hits with $10.05); Kitchen Appliances

That’s Too Much: Nicholas lost; Chevy Malibu ($22,870)

Flip Flop: Narva lost by “flopping”; Electric Vehicle ($7695)

Showcase Showdown #2: Nicholas wins with 95 cents

Showcase: Nicholas wins; Bedroom Group, House Cleaning Service, and Trip to Singapore ($20,501 in prizes)

Our journey together again begins with a Contestant’s Row line up consisting of one excitable Arye representing a group of students from the state of New York. After leaving Contestant’s Row a second before Bob finished reading the Pool Table’s actual price, making a unique run for the Turntable, and hugging Bob shortly after Rich’s “It’s a new car!” Arye’s losing outcome was enough for him to drop face first on the carpet. So far an interesting show as Celestine managed to shout out prices for about 15 seconds while assuming Bob was telling her to go “higher”. After the buzzer signaling her lost, Celestine realized that Bob (early coffee break coming up) was saying “lower” during the entire ordeal. Scott relied upon the Poker and/or Poker Game experts making up the audience and passed his previous hand to the House. “I’m good!” said Arye as he made the wise choice of staying on 65 cents, as Scott’s spins would add up to a score slightly more than Celestine’s. Former “Truth or Consequences” contestant Lori from about 30 years ago (Bob manage to host both Price and Consequences for a short period) had Bob thinking long before she made her escape from Contestant’s Row. At last, Nicholas who’s been attending the show for the week not only reached Contestant’s Row, but managed to win his way on stage for both a Pricing Game and for Bob’s signature on one of 2 home made shirts (second one made specially for Bob). The same Narva who bounced continuously in Contestant’s Row would continue this daring feat on stage at the last possible moment. Arye’s Showcase had an Old West flavor to it, from the Bar Set to the Dodge Ram (not an animal). We end today’s show with Nicholas alongside Miss Kitty of Arye’s Showcase before his crew could join in on the celebration.

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