Thursday, November 24, 2005

Today’s Airing of The Price is Right (#6201)
(Original Air Date 4-27-2005)

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

3 Strikes: Tracy lost; Chevy Corvette ($51,370)

It’s In The Bag: Flora wins $0

Showcase Showdown #1: Joe wins with 90 cents

Barker’s Bargain Bar: Ricardo wins; Trip to Aspen, Colorado and Atlanta, Georgia (Bargain of $2000)

Card Game: Sandra lost ($1500 card); Pontiac Sunfire ($17,125)

Most Expensive: Melissa wins; Banjo, Baker’s Rack, and Bar Set (Most Expensive)

Showcase Showdown #2: Sandra wins with 90 cents

Showcase: Sandra wins; “The Price is Right Department Store” Showcase, Bicycles, Game Table, and Ford Focus ($25,620 in prizes)

After an almost unanimous audience responded with “flop” as Bob reminded Joe of Palm Springs how to play Flip Flop, our player had no choice but to go down this route. Turns out the word “shame” would apply the members of the audience who steered Joe the wrong way. A perfect bid would win Tracy’s way on stage for a Chevrolet automobile in addition to a $500 bonus. As the untimely end was coming closer, Tracy used the time to speak almost non-stop about her loyalty to Bob since “Truth or Consequences”, including a memory of a time when our host wore a fake mustache easily fooling members of the audience back then. Eventually Bob would thank Tracy for reminding him of that moment. Flora of Hawaii’s journey from the audience to the Big Wheel began roughly after it was discovered that her last name was written incomplete on Rich Fields’ list of contestants. Unlike the events leading up the outcome of today’s Flip Flop, it was clear as crystal that Flora wouldn’t even win $1000 with a box of popcorn over a price less than $1.00. Sandra, whom Bob referred to as a “pretty little girl” while asking for her prize to be revealed, unfortunately won’t be the proud owner of something else bigger in price than a $25 gift certificate for “some island restaurant” as she put it. We’ll see what lies behind one of the big doors once Sandra experiences the Showcase, possibly another car. Today’s Showcases, featured a gossiping female, a trailer, and yep a car. We end today’s show with Sandra and most, if not all of her California student body surrounding her personal mean of transportation.

(May your Turkey Day, your Recognition of the North American Pilgrims Day, your Day of Thankfulness, your Pre-Thanksgiving Sales Day, and overall your Thanksgiving Day be among the best.)

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