Monday, January 29, 2007

Today’s Airing of The Price is Right

Switcheroo: Tamara wins Clock/Radio/Phone ($29); Pontiac G6 ($19,430)

It’s In the Bag: Ashley wins $4000

Squeeze Play: Jeffrey wins (removed “5”); 65-inch High Definition TV ($3998)

Showcase Showdown #1: Ashley wins with 85 cents

Poker Game: Leroy wins (Full House); Electric Guitar, Dining Room Table, Exerciser ($500), Wine Cooler ($999)

Money Game: Melissa wins $209 ; Chevy Aveo ($15,509)

Barker’s Bargain Bar: Dennis lost; Scooter (Bargain of $2000) and Floor Clock

Showcase Showdown #2: Dennis wins with 30 cents

Showcase: Dennis wins ($34,495 in prizes); “It’s Not Easy to be a Model” Showcase, Electric Massagers, Trip to New Zealand, and Dodge Nitro

Tamara is the second contestant in the past few weeks to bear that name. When she first saw Switcheroo, she found it very familiar, proving her loyalty to the show. Tamara’s state of fright after her second chance of playing Switcheroo almost made Bob forget the point he was going to make about the changes made to the prices. Ashley decided to stay at $4000, as she was unsure about the last couple of bags. Unlike Bob, she was very interested in the last two items behind their respective prices. Each member of today’s studio audience signed Jeffrey’s shirt (he was wearing two shirts). He gave the shirt (except the name tag) to Bob after winning his way on stage. I hope Jeffrey signed the shirt as well. Hit Me may be gone, but Poker Game continues to be played in a time when many TV networks have their own card game show. Melissa probably misunderstood member of the audience telling her to choose “09” in Money Game, which may explain her choice of “90”. Both prizes in Barker’s Bargain Bar today had an actual price above $4000, but the Scooter had the bigger bargain. Today’s Showcase questioned Amelia Earhart’s disappearance and gave attention to the “hand flip” gesture when a prize is revealed. Dennis leaves today’s show with top honors.

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