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Offline tpirfan28

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The Card Catalogue
« on: November 17, 2006, 10:53:43 AM »
With great thanks to tpirfan for taking this on, I have decided to sticky this topic. Please note that replies will be deleted.

This is an attempt to organize all the recaps from the old board, and what are here now.  There are a TON of episodes recapped, so PLEASE check here to see if your episode has been recapped.  It will be bits and pieces for a while...hang in there with me!

(And Joe needs a break.)

A few notes regarding the listings…

 - There are a couple of episodes currently double-filed.  These usually deal with a season premiere and a new pricing game premiere.
 - In the “Showcases” sections, “HVS” means the Home Viewer Showcase.
 - There are several episodes with unknown airdates/tapedates.  If anyone can fill in those dates with more specific information, let me know via PM.  I will adjust the list accordingly.
 - There are several episodes with just tapedates.  If you can pin it to a specific date, also let me know via PM.
 - There were doubles in the old listings and probably between the old set and the current one.  I tried to catch doubles, but I’m sure some slipped through.  If you notice something doubled, PM me with the link and/or information about the doubles.  I’ll fix it.

Since we have recaps for MANY different eras of "Price" (Barker, Kennedy, James, Davidson, Cullen, even International!), I will be breaking them up into different posts so that they will be easier to find.  Those posts are as follows:

BARKER ERA PRICE
PRIMETIME PRICE (JAMES, KENNEDY, DAVIDSON)
CULLEN ERA PRICE
PRICE OVER THERE

(Posts will reload the page, but default to the post with the information wanted).

Now, if there is an episode that is not listed that you would like to have a recap for, please use the Retro TPiR Wish List to request an episode.

Special thanks to Steve Gavazzi and J-Shea's TPiR clips website...without them, bits and pieces of known dates would be completely out of order (and the '86 specials.  THAT was a mess.)

Please keep your hands and feet inside the ride as we go along, as we enter the "Price is Right" time capsule...

MOD NOTE: I'll see if Searcy can get that function activated. - JC

10/07/15 - fixed HTML coding
- Torgo
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Re: The Card Catalogue
« Reply #1 on: November 18, 2006, 11:37:52 AM »
BARKER ERA PRICE
Season Premieres
September 4, 1972 (Season 1 premiere)
September 8, 1986 (Season 15 premiere)
September 12, 1988 (Season 17 premiere)
September 10, 1990 (Season 19 premiere)
September 14, 1992 (Season 21 premiere)
September 12, 1994 (Season 23 premiere)
September 20, 1999 (Season 28 premiere)

World Premiere Pricing Games
Grocery Game and Bulls-Eye '72 (September 5, 1972
Clock Game (September 11, 1972)
Double Bullseye (September 19, 1972)
Hi-Lo (April 9, 1973)
Lucky $even (August 28, 1973)
Mystery Price (November 29, 1973) (originally scheduled for September 26)
Golden Road (August 19, 1975)
Secret "X" (September 14, 1977) (also the day of the tube top incident)
Plinko (January 3, 1983)
Spelling Bee (September 15, 1988)
$uper $aver (May 10, 1989)
Step Up (February 7, 2002)

Noteworthy Events
September 8, 1975 (originally scheduled for September 10) (trial hour-long show)
September 10, 1975 (originally scheduled for September 12) (trial hour-long show)
October 27, 1975 (Bert Convy makes an appearance)
October 28, 1975 (Charles Nelson Reilly makes an appearance)
November 3, 1975 (first permanent hour-long episode)
July 2, 1976 (1,000th episode)
June 20, 1980 (Vanna White appears as a contestant)
June 3, 1982 (Bert Convy makes an appearance)
October 26, 1982 (Bill Cullen appears)
June 27, 1983 (Frank Runyeon and Meg Ryans from As the World Turns make an appearance)
February 16, 1986 (Rod's first show as permanent announcer)
March 27, 1987 (the record-breaking episode; the one where TPIR becomes the longest continuously-running daytime game show on network television)
October 14, 1987 (Bob’s last day with dark hair)
October 15, 1987 (Bob’s first day with gray hair)
April 9, 1998 (5,000th episode)
April 23, 2004 (Rich's first show as permanent announcer)

Known Air Dates
the original (unaired) third episode
September 6, 1972
September 7, 1972
September 8, 1972
September 12, 1972
September 13, 1972
September 14, 1972
September 15, 1972
September 18, 1972
September 20, 1972
September 28, 1972
November 14, 1972
November 16, 1972
November 21, 1972
January 26, 1973 (originally scheduled for January 25)
May 8, 1973
November 28, 1973
December 31, 1973
July 9, 1974
August 5, 1974
August 16, 1974
November 15, 1974
November 27, 1974
February 12, 1975
March 24, 1975
April 15, 1975
August 15, 1975
August 22, 1975
August 29, 1975
November 26, 1975
December 19, 1975
January 28, 1976
March 19, 1976
September 24, 1976 (originally scheduled for September 3)
December 7, 1976
March 15, 1977
June 16, 1977
November 21, 1977
February 16, 1978
September 19, 1979
April 24, 1980
November 10, 1980
November 18, 1980
December 23, 1980
April 22, 1981
December 23, 1982
December 24, 1982
February 8, 1983
March 1, 1983
March 3, 1983
May 26, 1983
August 26, 1983
September 13, 1983
September 15, 1983
October 3, 1983
October 27, 1983
November 2, 1983
November 10, 1983
December 22, 1983
January 10, 1984
January 25, 1984
January 26, 1984
February 3, 1984
November 28, 1984
November 29, 1984
December 21, 1984
June 3, 1985
January 20, 1986
September 10, 1986
September 12, 1986
September 22, 1986
October 10, 1986
October 13, 1986
October 31, 1986
November 3, 1986
January 14, 1987
January 20, 1987
April 1, 1987
October 30, 1987
February 26, 1988
March 2, 1988
May 4, 1988
October 7, 1988
March 3, 1989
June 14, 1989
January 3, 1990
January 16, 1990
February 12, 1990
December 25, 1990
September 10, 1991
September 12, 1991
October 14, 1991
December 25, 1991
January 28, 1992
February 20, 1992
February 25, 1992
April 24, 1992
December 1, 1992
December 25, 1992
January 9, 1992
February 11, 1993
March 17, 1992
May 3, 1993
May 7, 1993
October 27, 1993
February 4, 1994
February 22, 1994
March 3, 1995
November 10, 1995
April 4, 1996
May 2, 1996
May 3, 1996
May 10, 1996
September 18, 1996
October 3, 1996
November 18, 1996
November 19, 1996
November 20, 1996
November 21, 1996
November 22, 1996
December 25, 1996
February 13, 1998
February 27, 1998
April 10, 1998
April 23, 1998
October 1, 1998
October 2, 1998
October 5, 1998
December 24, 1998
December 31, 1998
December 23, 1999
January 4, 2001
January 5, 2001
March 26, 2001
April 3, 2001
April 30, 2001
May 22, 2001
June 7, 2001
October 18, 2001
October 19, 2001
October 31, 2001
September 30, 2002
October 15, 2002
October 29, 2002
November 8, 2002
December 5, 2002
March 16, 2003
January 9, 2004
April 8, 2004
December 8, 2004
February 11, 2005

Unknown Air Dates
aired in 1972
aired in December 1972
aired in 1973
aired in January 1973
aired in 1974
aired in 1974
aired in 1975

Primetime Specials
'86 Specials
August 14, 1986
August 21, 1986
August 28, 1986
September 4, 1986
September 11, 1986
September 18, 1986

25th Anniversary Special
August 23, 1996

30th Anniversary Special
January 31, 2002

TPIR Salutes
Navy: May 17, 2002
Marines: June 20, 2002

Million Dollar Spectaculars
February 12, 2003
May 10, 2003
May 17, 2003
May 22, 2004
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Re: The Card Catalogue
« Reply #2 on: November 18, 2006, 11:38:15 AM »
PRIMETIME PRICE

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Re: The Card Catalogue
« Reply #3 on: November 18, 2006, 11:38:38 AM »
CULLEN ERA PRICE


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Re: The Card Catalogue
« Reply #4 on: November 18, 2006, 11:39:07 AM »
PRICE OVER THERE

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