Archive for May, 2005

May. 31st 2005

Today’s Airing of The Price is Right (#6225)

Lucky 7: Molly lost; Chrysler PT Cruiser ($16,82 )

Half Off: Dean lost (2 Halves and Box #3); Box #11 contained $10,000

One Wrong Price: Betty wins; Cabinet, Dinnerware (Wrong Price $3050), and Sofa

Showcase Showdown #1: Dean wins with 75 cents

Grocery Game: Lisa wins (Total $20,15); Trip to Tokyo

Dice Game: Kenneth lost; Ford Focus ($16,615)

Double Prices: Debra wins; Jukebox ($6400)

Showcase Showdown #2: Kenneth wins with 80 cents

Showcase: Dean wins; Hammock, Laptop Computer, and Trailer ($17,197 in prizes)

(Fellow Central and Eastern viewers, this was not our lucky day as yet another presidential press conference took place during Price’s regular timeslot until very late into the show’s second half. Good day and good luck, everyone!)

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May. 31st 2005

Cheers loyal readers, Price is Right fans, and casual viewers!

I’d like to first off, thank you for all your support over the last 2+ years as this small humble website has grown in popularity. We now reach an astonishing number of viewers per day, ten-fold of what we had when we first started out!

I’d like to also extend my deepest thanks to Mario500, our resilient, reliable, and efficient poster over the last couple of years. Mario500 has rarely missed a day, and has juggled posting here and at his own personal blog. I hope that all of you who read this site appreciate his work, and thank him (using the comments is just fine) for his hard work and dedication!

Lastly, this message is not merely to thank some people, it’s to announce some changes are around the corner. An updated games list, a new e-mail address for viewer mail, new FAQ’s, new stats, new everything is just around the corner. This site needs and deserves a slight overhaul and update after the number of viewers that read the blog portion of this website.

Again, thank you all, have a great summer, and look for the improved site in the coming days and weeks!


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May. 30th 2005

Today’s Airing of The Price is Right (#6224)

Range Game: Eric wins; Trip to Sedona, Arizona ($2847)

Pocket Change: Stephen wins; Pontiac Vibe ($17,920)

Race Game: Williamson wins Grandfather Clock; Stemware, Armoire, and Treadmill

Showcase Showdown #1: Eric wins with 80 cents

Squeeze Play: Nicole lost (removed “9”); Bed ($4955)

Money Game: Nicole wins $225; Ford Ranger ($15,941)

Bullseye: Felicia wins; Dining Room Group

Showcase Showdown #2: Felicia wins with 95 cents

Showcase: Eric wins; Living Room Group, 47-inch TV Set, and Trip to Lisbon ($22,997 in prizes)

Representing Santa Barbara, California’s Price majors was Eric, who could possibly know where the state of Arizona is located without a map. Kringle the Dog was introduced on today’s edition of excellence. Williamson had more than one price tag near their respective prizes, yet this Race Game would end with him only winning one prize. Neither one of our female contestants named “Nicole” advanced to the Showcase, but neither one left Television City in Los Angeles empty handed. Felicia found a small version of the bullseye she tried to hit three times, including a complete miss of the target. Today’s Showcases featured “The Beatles” compact discs, an LCD TV Set, and a Trip to Lisbon. We end today’s show with Eric’s crew taking over the Turntable set, but it never stopped Bob from delivering his daily pet population control message or even his goodbeye. Good day!

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May. 27th 2005

Today’s Airing of The Price is Right (#6223)

Safe Crackers: Lindsey wins (Combination 430); Pair of Motorcycles and Helmets

Plinko: Ross wins $3100 with 5 Plinko chips

Ten Chances: Alice wins CD Radio ($90) and Cookware ($560); Ford Focus

Showcase Showdown #1: Lindsey wins with 80 cents

Coming or Going: Adam lost by “Going”; Piano ($7095)

Pass the Buck: Rhonda lost $3000; Chevy Equinox

Most Expensive: Jennifer lost; Day Bed, Elliptical Trainer (Most Expensive), and Dining Room Table

Showcase Showdown #2: Rhonda wins wit 80 cents

Showcase: Rhonda wins; Espresso Machine, Computer, and Pontiac Grand AM ($26,047 in prizes)

Our audience had to guide Alice through out Ten Chances, but at the very end she managed to win the Cookware despite negative reaction. Before allowing Alice to use her 10th chance, Bob made sure that the Ten Chances operator doesn’t let anything to fall from the game set. Representing the USA’s Navy was Adam, who chose the path of “Going” rather than “Coming”. Rhonda lost $3000 after finding the her first “Lose Everything”, followed by the one that ended this game. Today’s Showcases featured trips from Holland to China, an Espresso Machine, and a Pontiac automobile. We end this weeks’s worth of shows with Rhonda celebrating with her crew after becoming today’s top winner, despite losing $3000 in Pass the Buck.

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May. 26th 2005

Today’s Airing of The Price is Right (#6222)

Any Number: Adam wins Ford Mustang ($21,684); Dining Room Table ($593)

It’s In The Bag: Bettina wins $16,000

2 For The Price of 1: Jenee wins (chose “8”); Windmill ($658) and Grandfather Clock

Showcase Showdown #1: Adam wins with 80 cents

Double Prices: Emily wins; Trip to St. Marten ($7800)

Cliffhangers: Judith wins (12 steps); Bedroom Group

One Away: Ryan wins; Pontiac Vibe ($17,920)

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

Showcase: Emily wins; “Finnegan” Showcase, Lawn Equipment, Stereo System, and Ski Boat

(This is becoming too common, no comments from a writer who writes for two different weblogs around the same time of day. This brings the need of a regular show commentator to post his or her thoughts under “Comments” back to mind. Hopefully something can be arranged someday, because recapping and commenting on a show like Price can be quite difficult for a viewer such as myself.

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May. 25th 2005

Today’s Airing of The Price is Right (#6221)

Switcheroo: Cassondra wins Ford Focus ($18,635), Drink Mixer ($65), Garment Steamer ($80), Lava Lamp ($29), and Sound Machine ($40)

Swap Meet: Sunburst lost (Swap Item Gold Pendant $1999); Washer/Dryer, Electric Guitars ($1999), and Home Gym

Pushover: Michael wins; Chevy Cobalt ($16,190)

Showcase Showdown #1: Sunburst wins with $1.00 ($1000)

Bonkers: Bonnie wins; Hot Tub ($4705)

Let ‘Em Roll: Sofia wins $500 with 3 Rolls; Pontiac Sunfire

Barker’s Bargain Bar: Michael wins; 52-inch TV Set (Bargain of $2000) and Sofa

Showcase Showdown #2: Bonnie wins with 70 cents

Showcase: Sunburst wins; Dining Room Table, Golf Equipment, and Golf Cart ($20,082 in prizes)

“All of them” said one audience member before Cassondra learned that she won Switcheroo on the first try. The year 1984 appears to when the last perfect Switcheroo victory was celebrated, according to Bob and Roger in the producers’ corner. “Sunburst” is another name most loyal viewers shall remember for quite a while. Out of all the possible prices in Pushover, $16,190 was more likely to be the orper price rather than one with three “1″ digits. Yet another perfect win today, this time the celebration was around Bonkers. Prize money worth up to $500 is still quite a lot for Sofia. Today’s Showcases featured neighbors, a Dodge Caravan, and the Golf Cart. We end today’s show with Sunburst and her fellow “Marine wives” celebrating on stage.

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May. 24th 2005

Today’s Airing of The Price is Right (#6220)

Eazy Az 1, 2, 3: Kathryn wins ; Espresso Machine, Dining Room Table, and Scuba Gear

Grand Game: Taylor lost (Target Price $6.00)

3 Strikes: Marilyn wins (No Strikes); Lincoln Town Car ($43,269)

Showcase Showdown #1: Kathryn wins with $1.00 ($1000)

1 Right Price: Essie wins; Trip to Montreal, Canada and Mazatlan ($2373)

Card Game: Kasey wins ($2000 card); Ford Ranger ($15,645)

Side By Side: Mary lost (Left Side); Floor Clock ($4555)

Showcase Showdown #2: Kasey wins with 40 cents

Showcase: Kathryn wins; “The Price is Right Train Depot” Showcase, Riding Lawn Mower, China Cabinet, and Pair of Motorcycles ($23,763 in prizes)

Audience reaction changed from positive to “woah” as the price of the Espresso Machine was revealed in Eazy Az 1, 2, 3, but applause would return less than a second after the Dining Room Table price. was revealed. Viewers witnessed a rare sort of victory in 3 Strikes, as the lady bearing the long form of “Mary” won herself a Lincoln automobile without the strikes. Kathryn managed to beat Taylor’s score 95 cents by only a nickel, making her $1000 richer. It’s interesting to note that these three all escaped the green section of Contestant’s Row, until Essie “broke the spell” and won herself a vacation spanning two North American countries. The new blue deck in the Card Game is still in place and Casey managed to find one of the old $2000 cards as the margin between his bid and the Ford Ranger’s actual price. Mary made the winning change in Side By Side at the very last moment, despite some negative reaction. Today’s Showcases featured the Train Depot, a Trailer, and a Pair of Motorcycles on The Price is Right Train’s caboose. We end today’s show with Kathryn and her crew celebrating in the depot.

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May. 23rd 2005

Today’s Airing of The Price is Right (#6219)

One Wrong Price: Janice wins; Drum Set (Wrong Price $4518), Home Gym, and Chair

Lucky 7: Betsy lost; Chrysler Sebring ($27,479)

Punch A Bunch: Brandon wins $1000 with 4 Punches

Showcase Showdown #1: Brandon wins with 65 cents

Now or Then: Joseph wins (“Then” September 1996); Dining Room Group

Magic #: Judith wins (Magic Number $1278); Sofa and Trip to San Francisco

Money Game: Amy wins $317; Ford Focus ($16,205)

Showcase Showdown #2: Judith wins with 75 cents

Showcase: Brandon wins; Bedroom Group, Luggage, Trip to Russia ($21,010 in prizes)

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May. 20th 2005

Today’s Airing of The Price is Right (#6218)

Make Your Move: Roberto lost; Hockey Equipment ($850), CD Radio ($90), and Iron Bed ($3646)

Half Off: Buffi lost with Box #15 (3 Halves and Box #16 contained $10,000)

Cover Up: Marian wins; Dodge Ram ($23,460)

Showcase Showdown #1: Marian wins with 90 cents

Squeeze Play: Annie wins (removed second “8”); Catamaran ($8925)

Pick A Pair: Gail lost; Trip to Barcelona and Sunglasses

That’s Too Much: Nicholas wins; Pontiac Sunfire ($16,885)

Showcase Showdown #2: Gail wins with 90 cents

Showcase: Marian wins; “Pricenstein” Showcase, Dishwasher, Digital Piano, and Ford Explorer ($56,642 in prizes)

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May. 19th 2005

Today’s Airing of The Price is Right (#6217)

Triple Play: Garlando lost; Chevy Cobalt ($16,110), Ford Mustang ($20,555)

Plinko: Eric wins $2500 with 5 Plinko chips

Pushover: Shauna lost; Spa ($5334)

Showcase Showdown #1: Eric wins with 85 cents

Hi Lo: Bailey wins; Living Room Group

Dice Game: Janelle wins (rolled “4”); Chrysler PT Cruiser ($16,415)

Double Prices: Tracy lost; Piano ($3395)

Showcase Showdown #2: Janelle wins with 95 cents

Showcase: Eric wins; “Inner Child” Showcase, Car Bed, Slide, and Pontoon Boat ($28,664 in prizes)

Garlando was surrounded by three doors’ worth of automobiles, but his sights were set too far on the actual price of the Ford Mustang, which is only $555 above $20,000. Future television broadcaster and Canadian resident Eric became $2500 richer in Plinko today. Despite the cold weather in her part of Canada, Shauna was simply overjoyed after the Spa was revealed as the Pushover prize. All three of our contestants used the short time of Showcase Showdown #1 to say hello to the folks at home. Janelle’s choice of going higher than the rolled dice of “5” actually scared Bob shortly before the “6” was revealed. Tracy happens to have a 9-year-old piano player at home, so this piano featured in Double Prices would have been an excellent gift. Today’s Showcases featured some “Inner Child” insight, a boat, and trips going around the world. We end today’s show around the Pontoon Boats, with all the hugs and handshakes.

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