Today’s Airing of The Price is Right (#6493)
Shell Game: Melissa wins with 1 Chip (Ball Under Shell #3); Chevy Aveo
Money Game: Yvonne wins; Pontiac G6 ($19,725)
Grand Game: Charlee wins $10,000 (Target Price $5.00)
Showcase Showdown #1: Yvonne wins with 85 cents
Pocket Change: Angela wins with $1.15 ($1.00 for the Car); Pontiac Vibe ($18,670)
Clock Game: Alma wins (7 seconds left); Karaoke System ($739) and Sofa ($963) (+$1000)
Double Prices: John wins; Trip to Dublin, Ireland ($6861)
Showcase Showdown #2: Alma wins with 70 cents
Showcase: Alma wins ($25,894 in prizes); Dining Room Group, Cappuccino Machine, and Pair of Motorcycles
After lifting two shells without a chip, Bob and Melissa agreed to lift the shell that concealed the ball together. Charlee bid one dollar more than Captain John did on the Stemware up for bids. As a Navy veteran, Bob warned Charlee that the Navy captain could “have you on his lap” if she outbids him again by one dollar. Yvonne found both ends of the Pontiac G6’s price without a mistake in Money Game. Charlee outbid Captain John by two dollars to win her way on stage. Offering cars in every Pricing Game can get boring, said Bob. “Sometimes” it can be boring, according to Charlee. The student from Idaho did not let negative reaction from the audience change her mind about her choice of the Skin Cream being less than $5.00. With 40 cents to go in Pocket Change, Angela hoped for a big number in her last envelope. After looking inside the last envelope, Bob tricked Angela into thinking that it had something less than 35 cents. In the same sad tone of voice, Bob surprised her when he revealed the 50 cents. Angela enjoyed falling for that trick and returned to the audience a happy automobile owner. “Oh, no” was Alma’s reaction to the Clock Game, indicating her years of loyalty to the show. After an excellent game of Clock Game, Alma should have more positive feelings toward the game. Before John (not Captain John) could make today’s show a perfect one, Bob asked for the number of perfect shows (“70”, our host said) in Price history. Today’s Showcase featured Parkas, a Ski Boat, and a Pair of Motorcycles. We end this week’s worth of shows with our Canadian grandma Alma and her crew celebrating on stage. Good day!
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