Tuesday, November 1, 2005

Today’s Airing of The Price is Right (#6267)

Half Off: Chris lost (3 Halves and Box #10); Box #15 contained $10,000

Race Game: Jocylen wins; Computer, Stemware, Exercise Bicycle, and Snow Blower

Any Number: Scott wins Ford Focus ($18,625); Sofa ($910)

Showcase Showdown #1: Chris wins with $1.00 ($1000)

Double Prices: James wins; Clock ($3150)

Dice Game: Ashley lost (rolled “4”); Ford Ranger ($15,541)

Hi Lo: Eunice wins; Trip to Mexico City and Eyewear

Showcase Showdown #2: Eunice wins with 75 cents

Showcase: Chris wins; “Daisy Dollar” Showcase, Cellular Phone, Brass Bed, and a Cruise to Tahiti ($19,361 in prizes)

Box #10 in Half Off seemed to be the right choice for Chris, according to the lengthy way the box was being handled before it finally brought over to our contestant to open. In spite of this unfortunate loss, Chris had the time of his life so far. Jocylen (pronounced Jo SEH LYN, as Bob would realize) had at least two prices beside their rightful items at one point in the Race Game, yet the Race Game display had “1” by mistake. Bob agrees that it’s only fair to give Jocylen all four prizes after this error made during the game. Scott’s lucky number “6” was his last digit chosen in Any Number, resulting in a victory run across the stage. Besides giving our announcer Rich Fields a low five, Scott also gave a hand to Price staffers Jeff and Barney at our host’s request. Chris had another chance at gaining $10,000 today, but $1000 is still more than enough for anybody. James of the USA’s Navy became the proud owner of a new Grandfather Clock once hidden behind the Giant Price Tag, along with the game Double Prices itself. Ashley fell to the floor after the Ford truck was revealed, but was okay to play the Dice Game. Celebrating her 19th year of life today was Eunice, whose gifts now consist of a Mexican holiday and various sunglasses. Our birthday girl managed to beat both Ashley and James’ score of 70 cents in the second Showcase Showdown. Today’s Showcase featured a young lady named Daisy, her dog named Duke, her grandfather’s will & testament, a Cruise to Tahiti, Flowers for a Year, and a Piano courtesy of D.H. Baldwin Pianos. We end today’s show with Chris on his way to Tahiti.

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