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Offline leafsfan17

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March 15, 1977
« on: June 02, 2009, 09:13:22 PM »
First Four: Jean, Vera, Cynthia, Penny
Bob: stage entrance

IUFB #1: Desk & Chair ($435)

Penny: $430*
Cynthia: $475
Vera: $279
Jeanie: $300

PG #1: Most Expensive for a model ship, organ and home soda fountain
Penny believes that the most expensive prize is the home soda fountain
Model ship: $1,500
Organ: $1,433
Soda fountain: $1,928
WIN

IUFB #2: Gibson range ($630)

Hiromi: $498
Cynthia: $525
Vera: $526*
Jean: $500

PG #2: Any Number for a Buick Skyhawk and a lounger

First pick: 4 (CAR)
Second pick: 5 (PIGGY BANK)
Third pick: 7 (PIGGY BANK)
Fourth pick: 9 (CAR)
Fifth pick: 0 (LOUNGER)
Sixth pick: 6 (CAR)
Seventh pick: 2 (LOUNGER)
Final pick: 8 (CAR)
WIN

IUFB #3: Grandfather clock from Emporer Clock Company ($415)

Aileen: $415*
Jean: $600
Hiromi: $1,200
Cynthia: $425

PG #3: Hurdles for a furniture group ($1,671)
The hurdler represnts a price of 77 cents.
1st set of products: Orange juice (55 cents), Sucaryl
Pick: Orange juice
2nd set of products: Pitted olives (57 cents), packaged cheese
Pick: Olives
3rd set of products: Salt substitute (71 cents), Sue Bee honey
Pick: Salt substitute
The hurdler must successfully get over all three hurdles to win, which he does!
WIN

SCSD #1:
Aileen: .75 STAYS
Penny: .40 + .60=$1.00 *$1,000 bonus* (advances to showcase)
Vera: .25 + .50=.75

IUFB #4: Necklace ($650)

Tanya: $525*
Jean: $300
Hiromi: $325
Cynthia: $326

PG #4: Three Strikes for a Chevy Malibu. The numbers are 3, 8, 4 and 0
First draw: 8; says second (RIGHT)
Second draw: 3; says third (WRONG)
Third draw: 4; says first (RIGHT)
Fourth draw: 0; says third (RIGHT)
Fifth draw: Strike
Sixth draw: 3; says fourth (RIGHT)
WIN

IUFB #5: Two Jorma chairs ($430)

Marjorie: $540
Jean: $650
Hiromi: $495
Cynthia: $600

Overbid

Marjorie: $475
Jean: $400*
Hiromi: $275
Cynthia: $300

PG #5: Range Game for a three wheel car
Range: $2,500-$3,100
Stops range at $2,858-$3,008
ARP: $2,895
WIN

Cynthia is still stuck in the row. She has one more chance to get out.
IUFB #6: Amana freezer ($400)

Vickie: $425
Hiromi: $475
Cynthia: $476
Marjorie: $477

Overbid

Vickie: $400*
Hiromi: $375
Cynthia: $360
Marjorie: $401

PG #6: Shell Game for a sailboat ($2,755) and a perfect show.
First small prize: tableware; Wrong price: $45; says lower (RIGHT; $42) Places chip by shell #2
Second small prize: sizzler; Wrong price: $38; says lower (RIGHT; $35) Places chip by shell #1
Third small prize: cosmetics; Wrong price: $26; says higher (RIGHT; $30) Places chip by shell #3
Final small prize: coffee maker; Wrong price: $47; says lower (WRONG; $50)
The only possible way for Vickie to lose would be for the ball to be under shell #4.
The ball is under shell #2
WIN! and PERFECT SHOW!

SCSD #2:
Vickie: .65 + .85=$1.50 OVER
Jean: .20 + .25=.45
Tanya: .15 + .80=.95 (advances to showcase)

Penny is the top winner in the showcase, Tanya is the runner up.

SC #1: Murray pool table, Whirlpool washer/dryer, Niagara recliner, Philco television
Penny passes to Tanya, who bids $4,250
SC #2: Shower, Diversified Products exercise equipment, Muskin Corporation swimming pool, trip to London
Penny bids $2,600

ARP of Penny's showcase: $5,297; Difference: $2,697
ARP of Tanya's showcase: $3,705; OVER

Penny wins her showcase! Penny's winnings total is $11,593. That's a lot for 1977.

Of note, this episode is on YouTube courtesy of YT user chrisivision07
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Re: March 15, 1977
« Reply #1 on: June 03, 2009, 10:28:56 AM »
is that one of the first perfect shows in TPiR

Offline leafsfan17

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Re: March 15, 1977
« Reply #2 on: June 03, 2009, 10:29:49 AM »
is that one of the first perfect shows in TPiR
If you mean one of the first perfect shows in the hour long format, then yes.
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Re: March 15, 1977
« Reply #3 on: July 12, 2009, 05:56:26 AM »
Actaully, the first perfect show in the hour long format was the first permanent hour long show from November 3, 1975.

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Re: March 15, 1977
« Reply #4 on: August 07, 2009, 09:10:23 AM »
In Any Number, where were the numbers, and how did they fill out after the game ended (i.e., what were each of the prize values)?

Also, what was included in the "furniture group" was it a bedroom group, a living room group and who gets the plug (Ashley, Broyhill, etc.)?

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