Tuesday, November 29, 2005

Today’s Airing of The Price is Right (#6285)

Squeeze Play: John wins (removes “2”); Trip to the Caribbean ($8546)

Card Game: Catherine lost ($1000 Margin); Jeep Wrangler ($19,850)

Plinko: Marie wins $20,500 with 3 Plinko chips

Showcase Showdown #1: Catherine wins with 95 cents

Bullseye: Patrick wins (Hits $11.96); Golf Cart and Golf Set

Money Game: Maria wins; Ford Focus ($17,235)

Step Up: Ian wins Popcorn Machine and Motorcycle (+$500); Model Ship and Dining Room Table

Showcase Showdown #2: Patrick wins with 70 cents

Showcase: Catherine wins; Living Room Group, Dance Lessons, and Jukebox ($17,377 in prizes)

For the first time I have noticed a dark “TV-G” rating during the opening of the show, but it makes no difference in this age of screen clutter on television. Before John learned whether he removed the right digit in Squeeze Play or not, Bob asked members of the audience, including anybody from the Caribbean about the correct pronunciation about that area of the world. “CAH-RIB-be-en”, said one member of the audience and that is John’s next stop after today’s show. This moment reinforces the educational value of the show, as Bob reminded viewers after the first break. Catherine actually had a bid of $18,200 before stopping at $18,000 in the Card Game. Marie’s congregation in the audience helped after the last small item in Plinko was revealed. According to Bob, if Marie had all five Plinko chips, “the show would have been broke” financially. Patrick of the USA’s Navy hit between $10-$12 on the Bullseye with the purchase of four Peanut Butter jars priced a $2.99. Ian stopped after choosing the Motorcycle in Step Up, since choosing the Popcorn Cart turned out to be a bad choice. Today’s Showcase featured Dance Lessons, a Jukebox, Gold Bars, and a 2006 model Pontiac Grand Prix. We end today’s show with Catherine nowhere near her prizes, as the show went to the split screen credits a little quicker today.

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