Wednesday, September 21, 2005

Today’s Airing of The Price is Right (#6238)

Range Game: Jennifer wins; Cruise to Alaska ($3997)

3 Strikes: Terence lost; Lincoln Town Car ($43,529)

Grand Game: Karen lost $100 (Target Price $7.00)

Showcase Showdown #1: Terence wins with 80 cents

Eazy Az 1, 2, 3: Rebecca wins; Espresso Machine, Pair of Electric Guitar, and Motorcycle

5 Price Tags: William lost (No Tags); Jeep Wrangler ($18,765)

Coming or Going: Christopher wins by “Going”; Bed ($5534)

Showcase Showdown #2: Christopher wins with 90 cents

Showcase: Christopher wins; “Song and Dance” Showcase, I-Pod (MP3 Player), Jukebox, 47-inch TV Set, and a Pontiac GTO ($50,184 in prizes)

William stated his first bid as, “I’ve got a 676 for you, Bob” before his fellow contestant Jennifer bid a few dollars higher on a Bumper Poll Table worth over $2000. Our “Nurse Friend” now has a cruise to a largest of all states making up the USA in her future. Terence correctly guessed “5” as the third digit of the Lincoln Town Car sitting on its own turntable without error, but his game of 3 Strikes would immediately go downhill strike after strike after strike. It’s safe to say that Karen watched the show for about 30 years, but some loyalists would question whether she is a loyal friend & true after playing Grand Game with a $7.00 target price. Technical problems may have ruined the viewing experience for Price viewers in the Mobile-Pensacola area, but we were lucky enough to hear Rebecca win Eazy Az 1, 2, 3. Bob mistakenly identified recent war veteran Christopher as a “veterinarian” shortly before acknowledging this mistake after years of working with animals, when the first letters “vet” would mean something other than a serviceman who served in a conflict. William’s loss in Price Tags prompted our host to ask Roger in the producers’ corner about the last outcome similar to this one. “In the last few years”, according to Roger before Bob jokingly said “1987”. After Christopher escaped Contestant’s Row, he said “hello” to his wife’s grandma & life long Price loyalist and his two sons. Technical problems at WKRG-TV5 resumed briefly as our “contestants not appearing on stage” learned what they’ll be returning home with. Today’s Showcases featured Cooking Books, an MP3 Player by Apple Computer, and a Pontiac sports car.

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