Archive for June, 2005

Jun. 30th 2005

Today’s Airing of The Price is Right (#6098)
(Original Air Date 11-9-2004)

Lucky 7: Emily wins ($1 left); Ford Explorer ($28,523)

Plinko: Billie wins $500 with 4 Plinko chips

Danger Price: Johnny lost; Convection Oven, Recliner (Danger Price: $599), Popcorn Machine, and Stemware

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

Switch?: Eric wins with a “Switch”; Golf Equipment and Dining Room Table

Now or Then: Scott wins (“Then” June 1996); Trip to Atlanta

One Away: Kory wins; Pontiac Vibe ($18,720)

Showcase Showdown #2: Eric wins with 85 cents

Showcase: Billie wins; “Customer Service” Showcase, Garden Equipment, Hot Tub, Cruise of Scandinavia ($25,025 in prizes)

Sorry folks, this “Johnny” among today’s first four contestants is not among the “Moore” variety. Virginia native turned Arizona resident Emily tested her future automobile’s stability of carrying her new Kayak before trying her luck at keeping at least 1 out of 7 one-dollar bills. “Everybody think ten!” says Billie carrying a stuffed Texas long horn for luck before 3/4 of her Plinko chips ended up in the “$0” slot. After today’s show, expect Billie to meet Bob out in the Television City parking lot since she admitted on air to also being single & widowed. “Johnny the Anniversary Boy” escapes Contestant’s Row to extend his 32nd wedding anniversary as Catherine in the audience witnesses a possible quad of gifts in store. No more anniversary gifts, but attending today’s edition of Price will be something cherished between the couple for hopefully the next 32 years. We eventually found out that Billie’s stuffed Texas long horn doubles as a gift for Bob, no wonder she continued to hold on until her bonus spin of the Big Wheel. 3-year veteran of the Navy Eric (stationed near San Diego) surprised all that he actually works on nuclear missiles and he, along with his fellow crewmen actually play golf (see “Switch?” prizes) on a submarine’s stern. Kory Blackwell the latest member of Contestant’s Row appeared frightened in his group of Virginians (mostly female) back of the audience, according to Bob’s eyes. Handy binoculars were the latest items up for bids to come on down, from the ceiling to clarify for some. No more worries for Kory, as he travels back to Virginia alone in his brand new Pontiac. As for his Virginian crew, they’re likely to travel home by airplane. It was actually Scott’s mother who made him a Price loyalist, not the grandmas or even his buddy Sean who joined in on the journey to today’s show. Billie’s Showcase featured a telephone, Rich as a customer service representative, and of course the worried customer. Eric’s Showcase bid of $20,000 happened to be one “0” short due to an error, but it never changed today’s outcome. Billie earned the chance to say Bob’s daily reminder of pet population control after finding out Eric went over.

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Jun. 29th 2005

Today’s Airing of The Price is Right (#6085)
(Original Air Date 10-21-2004)

Spelling Bee: Nicholas wins (5 Cards); Pontiac Vibe

Clock Game: Kali wins (8 Seconds Left) Grill ($849) and Dining Room Table ($899) (+$1000)

Most Expensive: Rebecca wins; Golf Clubs, Speakers, and Cabinet ($2037, Most Expensive)

Showcase Showdown #1: Nicholas wins with 95 cents

Bullseye: Marcus wins ($11.12); Trip to Jamaica

Line ‘Em Up: Suzette lost; Lamps, Trimmer, Game Show Home Board Games, and Chevy Cavalier ($16,345)

1 Right Price: Brian wins ; Bar Set ($3397) and Painting

Showcase Showdown #2: Brian wins with 85 cents.

Showcase: “Ridiculous Insurance Policies in the World” Showcase, Brian wins; Bicycle, Hot Tub, and Boat ($25,256 in prizes)

“$1450, I like you Bob!” was Kali’s response after a rather unique TV was revealed for our first four bidders. When Nicholas was asked for his next number on the Spelling Bee board, Bob asked “all the gray haired” members of the audience if they remember the question “number, please?” asked by another human being on the phone? Our redhead Kali from Seattle (bearing a shirt featuring scenes from “Happy Gilmore”) earned herself an extra 5-seconds in the Clock Game after confusing Bob shortly after the moment she said “$860” on the Dining Room Table. Rich had a good laugh after Bob requested 30 more seconds for Kali. Marcus’ nametag is in need of a nurse, because for reasons unknown it’s been ripped. Georgian peach Rebecca wearing a Georgia Tech shirt left today’s first half a perfect one. After Russell the Yellow Ribbon Dog (was getting a taste of his handler’s ear) was introduced, Marcus bearing a new name tag admits to “not knowing anything about anything” before conquering the Bullseye with 8 Honey Huns. According to Suzette’s shirt, she would want to try out for Price’s modeling position. Brian, representing all keeping the pet population under control, marked a 5/6 today. Showcase #1 featured knee scrape insurance policies, pearl like bubbles, and a pirate causing a ruckus. Brain and Nicholas’ Showcase bid differences with bellow $1000, but it was our 1 Right Price champ who won with a price difference in the $300-$400 range.

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Jun. 28th 2005

Today’s Airing of The Price is Right (#6084)
(Original Air Date 10-20-2004)

Lucky 7: Anthony lost; Ford Mustang Convertible ($25,27 )

Coming or Going: Sarah wins by “Going”; Two Motorcycles ($5924)

Plinko: Florencine wins $300 with 5 Plinko Chips

Showcase Showdown #1: Florencine wins with 60 cents

Poker Game: Elaine wins; Tools, Table Set, Cat Tree, and Radio Vacuum

One Away: Victoria wins ; Jeep Wrangler ($18,465)

Now or Then: Lindsay wins (“Then” September 1996); Bed

Showcase Showdown #2: Lindsay wins with 95 cents

Showcase: Florencine wins; Living Room Group, Maid Service, and a Trip to New Zealand ($21,778 in prizes)

Ramona was the latest first four contestant this week to be wearing a particular type of hat. She would remain in Contestant’s Row throughout the show. That familiar music viewers hear during the opening, when a contestant is called to come on down, and when someone wins his/her on stage, continued to play even after the big doors opened for Bob’s entrance. After a few chuckles by me, the other piece of Price’s theme played as Bob walked over for his microphone and to greet us. Unfortunately for Anthony, he lost the chance of owning a convertible not only as a mode of general transportation, but as a way to gather all the screaming fanatics (mostly female) for a ride. Florencine of Florida covered both the “0” and “$100” slots on the Plinko board. Sarah’s first Big Wheel score was only a nickel short of Florensine’s 60 cents. After the Turntable revealed an Old Time Gas Pump worth $2590, Bob had the pleasure of joking about how the show could afford such a prize in a time when gas prices can cost above $2.00. The rarely played Poker Game returns to be played by fairly new player named Elaine (previously I added “Joyce” to her last name for reasons “Match Game” fanatics may understand). Representing Travis Air Force Base, Victoria gave viewers a good laugh after her very own before asking for the “6” to be revealed. That very digit “attempted” to roll back to an “8”, but Bob caught it in the act. 95 cents came out up Lindsay’s first spin, making it nearly impossible for her fellow winners to beat it. Elaine wasn’t the only one to give some lengthy “hellos” to friends & family, but Bob allowed Lindsay and Florencine to do the same. Only future Showcase winner Florencine can be compared to Elaine’s length of “hellos”.

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Jun. 27th 2005

Today’s Airing of The Price is Right (#6083)
(Original Air Date 10-19-2004)

Safe Crackers: Inga lost (Combination $960); Karaoke and Ford Focus

Pass the Buck: Vishnu wins $6000 (3 Chances); Dodge Neon (Behind Card #2)

Barker’s Bargain Bar: Melissa lost ; Popcorn Cart and Exercise Machine (Bigger Bargain)

Showcase Showdown #1: Melissa wins with 70 cents

Cliffhangers: Francis lost; Trip to Ireland

Barker’s Markers: Judith wins (Gave Up $500 to win); Luggage, Guitar, and Baker’s Rack

Any Number: Ernesteen wins $6.51; Dodge Dakota ($19,270)

Showcase Showdown #!: Judith wins with 90 cents

Showcase: Double Overbid; “WPIR-AM with Shane” Showcase, Fireplace, Trailer, Water Gear, “The Price is Right Train Depot” Showcase, Dining Room Table, Arcade Game, and Bed

We discover a quite polite Francis among today’s first four contestants, who even addressed Bob as “Mr. Barker” after placing has bid. At the moment the “Locked” sign on the Safe Crackers’ safe was given some camera time, it was clear Inga of Tennessee went the wrong way in a 50/50 choice of combinations. I swore I heard a member of the audience (or specifically Inga’s crew) shout out “now you get back over here!” shortly after Inga failed to crack the safe. Florida’s very own Vishnu remembered his pappy’s words of wisdom before deciding to quit with a large sum of money, even though curious Bob forced him into picking what he first believed hid the car. Elizabeth representing a wedding party trio (two brides maids and the bride herslelf) joins Contestant’s Row. Nebraska’s real life cowgirl Melissa, a member of today’s first four contestants, finally escapes for a little bargain hunting. Due to financial reasons, Ernesteen’s name was written as “Ernest” on her nametag. This would be corrected in a jiffy, reassuring us that Price’s staff and entire show itself is nowhere near cheap. Viewer since birth Francis joins us to demonstrate what he’s learned over the past 18 years. May want to retake “Small $50 Refrigerators 101”, Francis. The last of today’s first four alumni escapes with Canadian pride from here to today’s Showcase. Ernesteen still bearing her improved nametag is given the chance of becoming a Dakota owner, but ended up with a piggy bank’s worth of dollars & cents. Showcase #1 featured Shane as a combination of Stern (glasses), Limbaugh (topics), and Mobile, Alabama’s Uncle Henry (excluding the call screening chastising). Brandi is the Train Depot’s conductor for the moment. In addition to this Double Overbid, the latest case of “adding insult to injury”, which Bob also considered an historic moment (for Double Showcase Overbids? Yep). Judith’s bid on the Train Depot Showcase was over by only $1 dollar, which was nothing new to Price if you look back at a certain 1974 airing. We end today’s show with Bob interacting with the audience, while Mr. Rich Fields, Shane, Brandi, and even Starr waved farewell to everyone witnessing today’s show.

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Jun. 24th 2005

Today’s Airing of The Price is Right (#6082)
(Original Air Date 10-18-2004)

Credit Card: John lost (Credit Limit $1600); Convection Oven ($350), Dining Room Table, Washstand ($299), Floor Clock, and Crystals ($844)

Dice Game: Edith lost; Dodge Caravan ($22,165)

Squeeze Play: Vicky wins; Electric Vehicle ($7595)

Showcase Showdown #1: John wins with 75 cents

Hit Me: Sean wins; Bedroom Group

Punch A Bunch: Brandon wins $5000 with 4 Punches

Money Game: Melissa wins ; Chevy Aveo ($14,035)

Showcase Showdown #2: Melissa wins with 80 cents

Showcase: John wins; “The Price is Right Dating Game” Showcase (featuring Brandi) , Dishwasher, Jukebox, and Pontiac GT Coup ($42,408 in prizes)

Today’s opening lineup begins with dollar signs on a Regina and a Vicky wearing a particular type of hat while in a gray skirt. Our two females must wait until John representing the Malone family (all in blue) finish purchasing some items by a rather large, yet seemly magical (credit limit’s early appearance) piece of plastic. Unfortunately, Aritha Malone’s bad credit advice put John in debt after picking the $1000+ Floor Clock. Edith (along with every off spring and her husband in the audience) were assured that the same Aritha would not participate in the decisions of whether to go higher or lower, depending on what price digit is rolled. It may have never happened, but bad luck still managed to slip into Edith’s Price experience from here to her second spin of Big Wheel. Before leaving the stage until the first Showdown, Edith expresses her true reason for visiting Price today, to see Bob up close. Vicky representing the hilly parts of Arkansas becomes the first contestant in many Squeeze Play appearances to finally conquer this game. Thank goodness Vicky had no thoughts of changing her decision during Bob’s discussion of a rather unique Arkansas hotel, featuring 8 floors of basement rooms. Here’s a “thanks” to the audience member reacting with great cheer during Rich’s description of the Peanut Butter featured in Hit Me, which gave Sean (wearing of USA Postal Service hat) the all important 10 (A Queen). Brandon finally escapes from being beside Regina (whom appeared to be co-workers at Television City, according to Bob) to take a quadruple of whacks at the Punchboard. It may not be $10,000, but Brandon was still happy with $5000 worth of college tuition money, plus some items of interest. Regina had only one chance left to escape Contestant’s Row, so she used it wisely for a lengthy moment, forcing Bob to beg for her bid. Almost a minute since Melissa placed her bid, she won her way on stage to play for a Chevy Avio. Showcase #1 Brandi, her other half of a “courtship” the Dishwasher, a giant key (leading up to a Pontiac), and a “KISS” (except for the graphic) straight from the original Chuck Barris program. Since she’s already the proud owner of a car, Melissa passed her game show parodying Showcase to Mr. John Malone. Melissa’s over and John wins, so make way for his fellow Malones, including sister Aritha.

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Jun. 23rd 2005

Today’s Airing of The Price is Right (#6081)
(Original Air Date 10-15-2004)

Switch?: Chelai wins with a “Switch”; 55-inch TV ($3398) and Dining Room Table ($2610)

Ten Chances: Nicole wins Crepe Maker ($30) and Stemware ($960); Mercury Sable ($23,610)

Plinko: Linda wins $1500 with 5 Plinko chips

Showcase Showdown #1: Nicole wins with $2.00 ($10,000)

Double Prices: Darlene lost; Bed ($4799)

Grocery Game: Levi wins (Total $20.69); Trip to Bali

Cover Up: Michelle lost; Pontiac Sunfire ($16,435)

Showcase Showdown #2: Darlene wins with 75 cents

Showcase: Double Overbid; Washer/Dryer, Motorcycle, Ford Mustang Convertible, Tools, Trip to London, and Sailboat

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Jun. 22nd 2005

Today’s Airing of The Price is Right (#6080)
(Original Air Date 10-14-2004)

2 For The Price of 1: Kathleen wins (Picked Middle Digit); Daybed ($832) and Trip to Cancun, Mexico

Grand Game: Alicia lost $1000 (Target Price $6.00)

That’s Too Much!: Charles wins; Ford Taurus ($20,320)

Showcase Showdown #1: Charles wins with 90 cents

Danger Price: Tommie Sue wins; Wine Cellar, Desk, Dinnerware ($628 was Danger Price), and Golf Set

Switcheroo: Robert wins Mixer ($80); Chevy Cavalier ($16,345)

Coming or Going: Yvonne lost by “Going”; Pool Table ($4395)

Showcase Showdown #2: Tommie Sue wins with 75 cents

Showcase: Tommie Sue wins; “Brandi Versus ‘Chopsticks’ Playing” Showcase, Piano, $1000 in cash, Stereo System, and Trip to Sydney, Australia ($22,707 in prizes)

Representing the great state of Alabama with Crimson Tide pride, Charles is summoned to escape a rather weird audience (well, the majority) that believes green houses cost $1. “You’re sick”, followed by a few chuckles was Bob’s response before revealing who bid the exact price of the Green House ($1200). Bethany was very aware her $1 bid (she was applauding for Kathleen) would never earn her a $500 bonus. After Joanne escaped a close encounter with a couple of fellows strangling each other (or so it seemed), Belle and Bouncer the Kitten Twins made their debut in front of an audience including a few certain ones worthy of becoming their proud owner. As of now, a majority of Alabamians, especially those at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, and a certain weblogger who happens to type about Price each day have more pride than ever since Charles earned the chance the say and win “That’s Too Much!” The now 18-year-old Charles wished his Uncle Bill a happy birthday after his second Big Wheel spin, earning him the winning score of 90 cents. That camera shot of the Big Wheel coming to a complete stop and Charles’ victory jump reminded me of the old “Triangle Shot”, in case you long time Price viewers know what I mean. Robert, the same fellow who simply “lays it on me!” as Bob put it, finally escapes Contestant’s Row for his next assignment. After showing off his sci-fi and cartoon characteristics, Robert finally wins at least 1 prize (no matter what) with glee in his eyes. Our unique audience showed plenty of love for our red head named Bethany and our red-shirted fellow Elmo (“Elmo Loves Bob”, with 2 hearts) through chanting. Neither one reached the stage at the last possible moment, unfortunately. We had to say farewell to Robert early (so much energy saved for the Showcase) after going over during the second Showdown. No hard feelings by Yvonne after Tommie Sue eclipsed her score of 65 cents, just a feel claps while walking off stage. Even though Georgian peach Tommie Sue’s Showcase difference was greater, Charles stayed beside Bob to remind us to help control the pet population and have our pets spayed or neutered. Rich can be heard laughing before joining Tommie Sue and her crew on stage.

Charles & Tommie Sue (and lets not forget Louisiana’s Alicia), the Southeast salutes y’all! Thank you and good day!

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Jun. 21st 2005

Today’s Airing of The Price is Right (#6079)
(Original Air Date 10-13-2004)

Half Off: Jamie lost (1 Half; Picked Box #1); Box #15 contained $10,000

Range Game: Nathan wins; Gazebo ($6350)

3 Strikes: Dashan wins Cadillac Deville ($47,285)

Showcase Showdown #1: Dashan wins with 85 cents

One Wrong Price: Stacey wins; Fireplace, Grandfather Clock, and Sofa ($3112 was Wrong Price)

Money Game: Ruby wins; Dodge Neon ($15,865)

Pick A Pair: Glenda wins (Cleaner and Popcorn $3.99); Dining Room Group

Showcase Showdown #2: Ruby wins with 60 cents

Showcase: Ruby wins; “Chip” Showcase, Golf Equipment, Arcade Game, and Ford F-150, ($46,376 in prizes)

Interesting sights during the opening, Dashan appeared to be gearing up to punch somebody as he was coming on down and part of the curtains featuring the red CBS eye can be seen in the back. Here’s a historic moment (I checked the archives, yep memory served me right), Jamie is the first Half Off player ever to not rid more than 1 half of the 16 boxes featured on the 3 rows making up “Box Central” (found that in the archives too). Representing Lincoln Athletic Club and the entire state of Michigan, Nathan (not a firefighter, as Bob first assumed according to the shirt) manages to win himself a new home, oh pardon me. I mean new Gazebo and don’t expect him to take Bob’s word of selling his house. After winning himself Home Appliances worth $600 and a $500 bonus, Dashan guessed every single 3 Strikes position right without a strike until it was time to pull out the “8”. By the way, Rich won the bet after he said “bet you’d want a new Cadillac!” and Bob coincidentally guessed Dashan’s year of birth (1976, the Bicentennial of the USA) while coming up with a year which was supposely the last time a 3 Strikes contestant won without a single strike. “Lets keep it going”, said Dashan after his first spin of the Big Wheel and he was right. Ruby bearing a red shirt (fits her name perfectly) showed plenty of affection as she made the stroll to her spot in Contestant’s Row. She happened to be so excited that she forgot what she’s bidding on. Ruby’s sudden state of forgetfulness had no affect on her bid, which earned her $500 and a chance at becoming the owner of a Dodge Neon. It may not be red, but Ruby is too excited and glad to care. Audience opinion didn’t stop Glenda from picking Poppycock Popcorn as another item priced at $3.99. As the audience chanted her name, home wheel spinner Ruby (with Bob’s help) spun her way to becoming a Showcase contestant. Reaction toward Dashan’s bid (about $29,000) for a Showcase consisting of a Bedroom Group and Trip to Switzerland was negative for obvious reasons. We end today’s show with Ruby & Company taking a stroll to the F-150. Rich can been seen clapping for her.

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Jun. 20th 2005

Today’s Airing of The Price is Right (#6077)
(Original Air Date 10-11-2004)

Eazy Az 1, 2, 3: Joseph wins; Server Clock, Refrigerator, and Curio Clock

It’s In The Bag: Bertha lost $4000

One Away: Lori wins; Chrysler PT Cruiser ($25,820)

Showcase Showdown #1: Joseph wins with 70 cents

Barker’s Bargain Bar: Connie wins; Trip to Chicago and Santa Fe (Bigger Bargain)

Master Key: Heather wins with Master Key; Flatware, PGA Chest, and Chevy Aveo

Pick A Number: John wins (Picked “1”); Bed ($8159)

Showcase Showdown#2: John wins with 90 cents

Showcase: Joseph wins; Cruise to the Mediterranean and Exercise Equipment ($21,860 in prizes)

Before becoming the proud owner of a Bubble Chair (tested by Sonia), Joseph representing the University of North Dakota is the latest piece of the “3 Ladies & a Fellow” pattern for first four contestants. No need for the audience to take up a collection Joseph, they should be patting themselves on the back for taking part in his “Eazy” victory. In addition to this “Easy” theme in pricing games, It’s In The Bag was played by the state of Mary Land’s (Like Bob, I also pronounce it this way) very own Bertha. Unfortunately for her, the $4000 prize, and Bob, Cat Chow doesn’t amount in the price range of light bulbs. Negative audience reaction toward changing the 4th digit to “2” never changed Lori’s mind, allowing her to raise everyone’s spirits and chances of winning in the same spot where Bertha once stood. Speaking of our It’s In The Bag player, despite losing $4000 and going over $1.00 on the Big Wheel, she still enjoyed the Price experience. Contestant Ruby and husband Adran are quite proud of their 50 years together, since both are wearing red “50 Years Together” shirts including the years 1954-2004. Yovanda’s name resembles a certain other, yet famous name from Price’s rich past, but later Bob would learn that her name is not “Yolanda” or even “Yoyanda”, according to her name tag’s hand writing. From Kansas, the land of Dorothy Gale and Mary Ann Summers, Heather slowly walks toward Bob on the Turntable for one her long awaited hug. Sorry Heather, according to Bob this marriage plan formalizing since age 2 would have only worked 57 years ago. Before telling Rebecca that his Pick A Number choice is “1”, Bob suggested to John forget about this president stuff after reading his “Vote Bob for President” shirt. John’s Showcase #2 featured all 31 Baskin-Robbins flavors, Traffic Cones & a Motorcycle, and Rebecca holding pinecones in front of a Trailer.

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Jun. 17th 2005

Today’s Airing of The Price is Right (#6122)
(Original Air Date 12-15-2004)

Pushover: Yvonne wins; Ford Focus ($15,165)

That’s Too Much: Samuel wins; Jeep Wrangler ($18,765)

Half Off: Jill lost (2 Halves, Picked Box #5); Box #11 contained $10,000

Showcase Showdown #1: Yvonne wins with 90 cents

Swap Meet: Stephanie wins (Swap Price: $500 for Camera); Desk, Curio Floor Clock, and Vacuum ($500)

Let ‘Em Roll: Delia wins (2 Rolls); Dodge Neon

Double Prices: Esther wins; 47-inch TV Set ($3499)

Showcase Showdown #2: Delia wins with 95 cents

Showcase: Delia wins; Speaker System, Kitchen Group, and Cruise the Orient ($35,480 in prizes)

Esther representing today’s first four lineup was Bob’s latest victim when kidding around after she asked if the trip to the Grand Canyon price includes hotel costs (Bob responded with “no, you sleep in the parking lot”, gaining plenty of applause from the audience and a smile on Esther). Oki (Oklahoma resident) Yvonne is in no doubt a heroine now in her small hometown of about 5500, minus her and her crew in the audience on today’s show. Lieutenant Samuel of the U.S. Navy is reminded that even on Price, you can never give away too many automobiles, or in this case a Jeep. After Bob took Samuel back to the days of the naval academy, Samuel came back with an excellent shout of “That’s Too Much!” When the time came to stop, for reasons unknown Samuel responded by saying he wanted to stay. Since our audience and Bob are so kind, Samuel was allowed to have another chance at giving us the same version of a “That’s Too Much!” as done previously. Jill may have rid 2 halves of the 16 boxes featured on Half Off’s rows known here as “Box Central”, but good old #5 was not a lucky number today, which would have been confirmed if all 3 halves were earned. After a Showcase Showdown in which our lieutenant was forced to spin the Big Wheel again on a score of 80 cents, with leader Yvonne the Oki at 90 cents, our entire audience was silent to the point of almost no breathing. Fortunately, no faces were blue even before Rich summoned our next contestant to come on down. Delia answered Bob’s question of where’s she from, which was Florida but due to 4 hurricanes she left the state for Pennsylvania, which made Bob reconsider ever asking such a question.

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