Friday, February 16, 2007

Today’s Airing of The Price is Right

Flip Flop: Scott lost by “flipping”; Barrel Sauna ($5245)

More or Less: Georgielyn wins Treadmill (More than $750) and Crib (Less than $3100); Washer/Dryer (Less than $2100) and Ford Fusion

Half Off: Brenda lost (2 Halves and Box #15); Box #6 contained $10,000

Showcase Showdown #1: Scott wins with 85 cents

Check Out: Michael wins ($1.92 difference); Living Room Group and Globe

One Away: Susan wins; Pontiac G6 ($19,675)

1 Right Price: John wins; Trip to Montreal, Canada ($4040) and Mazatlan, Mexico

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

Showcase: John wins ($47,791 in prizes); “Inga the Inventor” Showcase, Trip to Cape Cod, Massachusetts, Camper, and Dodge Ram

Bob still remembers the last time Flip Flop was played, when he mistakenly pushed the reveal button too soon, but it did not affect the outcome of the game. Like many viewers at home, Georgielyn was surprised to learn that she was witnessing the show’s newest Pricing Game, More or Less (see game description below). Unfortunately for Georgielyn, a Washer/Dryer set fooled her into thinking that it’s actual price was more than $2100. Half Off player Brenda almost picked Box #3 based on the number of children she has and years of marriage (30). Susan heard the car horn four times in One Away, but changing the middle number to “6” was not very difficult. Today’s Showcase featured an inventor, a couple of Dodge automobiles, and movie theater gift cards. We end this week’s worth of shows with a new Dodge Ram owner and more time to reflect upon More or Less.

More or Less – Four prizes are offered, including a grand prize behind the doors. The first three prizes are grouped in one row. Besides each prize is a wrong price and the correct price is concealed. For each prize, the contestant must decide whether the actual price is more or less than the wrong price in view. If the contestant wins the first three prizes, that person can play for the grand prize.

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