Push Over: So "very expensive" means second-to-most-expensive, huh? My not-so-expensive guess of 5753 was correct.
Switch?: My guess is to leave them alone. It's almost like the models actually move to the music, especially Gwen's attack at the end. I was under the impression that a fridge like that is less expensive than a dinette set like that.
No offense taken whatsoever: Americans and Canadians really like to display their nation on game shows...
Money Game: I'm sure Baldemar's not a daily viewer to just pull the number like that. Of course, unless the host says you can do it, then play away. There was something about the way Baldemar reaches the numbers slowly then pulls it out like an old Jeopardy! card... and then blows up after picking up the right numbers.
Showcase Showdown 1: So Baldemar's old 1996 car with 220K miles...kinda gives me the belief that my 1991 car with 133K miles may still have some kick to it.
One Bid 4: When hearing those bells, I knew I wasn't the only one who thought Zinzi might actually got it.
Secret "X": Another memorable birthday, courtesy of The Price is Right.
Balance Game: My instinct tells me the $4K and the $3K. I guess I should have actually seen the cycles as opposed to just hearing about them.
One Bid 6: [Flash! Flash!]
Hole in One... or Two: I had a little difficulty in placing the Chlor-Trimeton. Still a great putt, though.
Showcases: What a cultural segment: Canadian contestants in an American show and one of them winning a trip to Italy. Wonderful.