Friday, September 16, 2005

Today’s Airing of The Price is Right (#6228)
(Original Air Date 6-3-2005)

Step Up: Brandon lost; Carrousel, Crib, Sofa, and Cookware

Pathfinder: Kevin lost (stepped on “3”); Ford Mustang ($23,214)

Clock Game: Precious wins; Bistro Table ($799) and Refrigerator ($999) (+$1000)

Showcase Showdown #1: Brandon wins with 60 cents

Coming or Going: Douglas wins by “Going”; Trip to London ($7116)

Pass the Buck: Michael wins $4000 (Car Behind Card #1); Chevy Cobalt

Pick A Number: Joseph lost (picked “7”); Gazebo ($6350)

Showcase Showdown #2: Joseph wins with $1.00 ($1000)

Showcase: Joseph wins; “Batteries Are Included” Showcase, MP3 Player, Scooter, and Pontiac GTO ($40,186 in prizes)

Brandon “The Smaller Price is Right Fan” (opposite “The Taller Price is Right” in the audience) according to his shirt walked the numbers of Pathfinder before coming to a complete stop the moment he lost another chance at pricing the Ford automobile. Precious joined today’s show about 29 years after her grandmama joined Price’s studio audience. While bearing witness to the legendary Clock Game, Precious skipped the rest of the supposed prices between $790-$799 shortly before saying $799. Douglas always wanted to visit London, England and he proved himself worthy of the expensive trip by choosing “Going’s” price of $7116. Representing a group of Marines and the state of Hawaii was Michael, who previously complimented our host with “you are a great American, Bob” seconds after being called to come on down. Before escaping Contestant’s Row at the very last moment, former Army man Joseph shook Bob’s hand before making his winning bid. This event in Joseph’s 33-year relationship with Price was worth a second hand shake, aside from his outcome in Pick A Number. In Showcase Showdown #2, Bob would learn before the spins that Joseph would give $11,000 to his wife Ruth, Michael would give his prize money to his wife back in Honolulu, and Douglas would pay for the meals of his crew in yellow. Today’s Showcases featured two automobiles (Jeep Wrangler and Pontiac GTO), a trainee for a branch of the Service, and an Apple “I-Pod”. It appeared that Joseph’s Showcase difference was not enough to win, but everyone would be shocked to learn about Brandon actually going over his Showcase price by very little. We end this week’s worth of shows with Joseph and Ruth celebrating on stage.

(Note: Next week, a new year for fantastic prizes and memorable moments)

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