Another fan of Switcheroo reporting in!
It's a shame that bad contestants plague a great game like Switcheroo, as Alfonzo pointed out. There were a couple playings that made me frustrated because the contestant spent most of the 30 seconds conveying with the audience for help. Your goal in this game is to fill five numbered blocks in the price of the car and the four small prizes along with it. Though, you get two tries. Which is good, because it may take those two tries to get all five right. It's possible to get all five right on the first try, which is extremely rare. The Switcheroo board hasn't changed much, despite the minor additions (clock, compatible with five-digit cars, Dom Casual fonts, etc.) to it within the past thirty-three years it has been around. It's even got kooky think music playing in the background. What's not to like about this game, besides it's easy to understand?
I know to stop at three right on the first try, because I don't want to lose a chance of getting the car. Though, I've seen almost everything with this game possible. Wipeouts, five right on the first try, three right first, none the second...you name it. It's a shame this game isn't won as much, but I do enjoy a lot about Switcheroo. Its frequency is alright with me, though it could show up a couple more times. I'm going to give Switcheroo an 8.5/10. It's always a treat to see this game played, but some playings frustrated me (the wipeout from Season 36 comes in mind, I saw it on a rerun.)