Today’s Airing of The Price is Right (#6227)
(Original Air Date 6-2-2005)
Freeze Frame: Stephanie lost; Entertainment Center and 37-inch TV Set ($6838)
Cover Up: Shirley wins; Dodge Neon ($16,359)
Plinko: Sheila wins $11,500 with 4 Plinko chips
Showcase Showdown #1: Stephanie wins with 90 cents
Switch?: Christopher wins by “staying”; Trip to Boston and Barbados
Hi Lo: Leonard wins; Exercise Equipment
Any Number: Beverly wins Board Games ($417); Dodge Dakota ($20,835)
Showcase Showdown #2: Leonard wins with 70 cents
Showcase: Stephanie wins; Dining Room Group, Strawberries, and Grand Piano ($23,850 in prizes)
Newly married couple Shawn and Stephanie joined today’s show in person, but only one of them would make it into Contestant’s Row and on stage by beating neighbor Shirley’s bid by one dollar. This type of loss for Shirley would come back to haunt Stephanie in the form of her own will to freeze a price only two digits away from the Entertainment Center’s actual price. Could Shirley’s pat on the back before Stephanie stepped on stage be the reason behind her quick loss in Freeze Frame? The game Shirley would play happens to include a prize perfect for her, a new automobile since her previous one is now under the control of a grandson. After finding out that the “1” was the only correct digit, Shirley was on her way to becoming a Dodge owner thanks this strategy, or so it appears to be. Sheila’s shyness of the audience during Plinko prompted numerous chants of it “drop it!”. As Sheila slowly went down the stairs, Bob reminded viewers of Showcase Showdown #1 coming up before going to commercials. Audience chants for Sheila would continue into this Showdown for a spot in the Showcase. Christopher representing the Marines for about 2 years will be on an expensive holiday from Boston to Barbados after today’s show. The same Beverly who claimed to have broken her arm in order to have Bob sign her cast leaves Contestant’s Row to play for a Dodge truck, a wall of board games, or a piggy bank’s worth of prize money. Audience chanting would return for Leonard at the Big Wheel. Today’s Showcases featured a ghost not worthy of Casper’s character, a victim of practical joking, and a Grand Piano. We end today’s show in the new dining room.
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