Today’s Airing of The Price is Right (#6203)
(Original Air Date 4-29-2005)
5 Price Tags: Freddie lost (1 Chance); Chrysler Sebring ($26,145)
Grand Game: Brian wins $10,000 (Target Price $10.00)
Coming or Going: ShiiJeff wins by “Coming” ; Electric Fireplace & Entertainment Center ($6838)
Showcase Showdown #1: Brian wins with 80 cents
Barker’s Markers: Arlene lost; Floor Clock, Lounge Chair, and Heart Shaped Crib
Cover Up: Kindall lost; Dodge Neon ($16,359)
1 Right Price: Mary Lou lost; Dining Room Table ($1977) and Popcorn Machine
Showcase Showdown #2: Kindall wins with 75 cents
Showcase: Kindall wins; “Shushy” Showcase, Refrigerator, Alaska Cruise, and Ski Boat ($24,145 in prizes)
After complimenting Bob on being “the man” more than once, Freddie would face the challenge of choosing only one out of five possible prices for the Sebring. Grand Game’s latest target price made it slightly easy for Brian, whose accumulation of about $10,000 would pay off a student loan. Bearing the unique name of ShiiJeff, he became the proud owner of one hybrid of an entertainment center. Arlene carefully returned her $500 to Bob with dignity shortly after her loss in Barker’s Markers. Kindall was quick on his feet when attempting to correct the middle number, so quick that he didn’t realize that unlike “5” and “9” there was no other “3” in the price of the Dodge automobile. Mary Lou may have lost the Popcorn Machine and a Dining Room Table to serve the snack food on, but she received a free box of the popcorn filled close to the brim courtesy of Bob. Mary Lou relived a incident similar to one in Las Vegas, only then there was no Big Wheel to cause her fall or a TV camera to capture it. Today’s Showcases featured questions starting with “What If”, a snow creature called “Shushy”, and Rich’s uncontrollable laughter during Kindall’s Showcase. We end this week’s worth of shows on a high note!
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