Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Today’s Airing of The Price is Right

One Wrong Price: Christopher wins; Treadmill, Snowboards (Wrong Price $3100), and Stemware

Plinko: Veronica wins $12,000 with 5 Plinko chips

One Away: Suzan lost; Ford Mustang ($20,694)

Showcase Showdown #1: Suzan wins with 75 cents

Side By Side: Katherine lost (Lefe Side); Trip to Jamaica ($7554)

Magic #: Jasmine lost (Magic Number $1606); Desktop Computer and Floor Clock

Line ‘Em Up: Yan wins; Chrysler PT Cruiser ($18,694), Washer & Dryer, Salad Shooter, and Recliner

Showcase Showdown #2: Yan wins with $1.00 ($1000)

Showcase: Suzan wins ($25,904 in prizes); Bedroom Group, 42-inch Plasma TV, and Trip to Zurich, Switzerland

A brief change in audio (slightly lower) occurred between Bob’s entrance and the first Item Up for Bids. Christopher was confident in his choice of the Snowboards having the wrong price. Audience reaction may have secured that confidence. Veronica left today’s show $12,000 richer. Before realizing that Suzan’s name is pronounced the same as “Suzanne”, Bob pronounced it the way most folks say “Susan”. Suzan proved her loyalty to the show by remembering the name of Bob’s late wife, Dorothy Jo. Before the second digit in the price of the Ford automobile was revealed, Suzan could “see red” already, meaning that the second number was actually “0” and not “2”, as she always believed. The actual price of a Jamaican holiday and return trip home nowadays surprised many witnesses to today’s show, especially Katherine. Jasmine, another loyal viewer took advice from a hockey team member in the audience. If Jasmine had won Magic # with $1606, she would have invited the fellow (who actually suggested $1600, but Jasmine had trouble getting the Magic Number there) who suggested that price out to dinner. Yan had a good chance of winning Line ‘Em Up on the first chance, but managed to rebound to having all three digits correct on his second chance. Today’s Showcase featured gold panning, a Ford F-150, and a Swiss holiday package. Yan always wanted to go to Switzerland, but he decided to pass that Showcase to Suzan. Like Jasmine, Yan took advice from a member of the audience, but the bid of $25,000 was a few thousand dollars too high. Suzan and her crew celebrated her amazing victory in spite of a difference of about $10,000 between her bid and the Showcase.

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