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May 10, 1989 -- Debut of Super Saver
« on: November 27, 2006, 06:01:29 AM »
This is my first recap; wish me luck.

FIRST FOUR: Christine (takes position #1), Anita (takes position #2), Joan (takes position #3), & Pierre (takes position #4)

HANDOFF: Janice

IUFB #1: Whirlpool microwave/range, modeled by Dian & Holly

CHRISTINE: 1190
ANITA: 1100
JOAN: 1300
PIERRE: 900

ARP: 1360, Joan wins.

Joan, who's husband will use the new microwave/range, plays Lucky Seven for a Pontiac Sunbird L.E. Coupe, driven by Janice.

1st GUESS: 8 (9; six dollars remaining)
2nd GUESS: 5 (5; six dollars remaining)
3rd GUESS: 5 (7; four dollars remaining)
4th GUESS: 5 (2; one dollar remaining) WIN!!

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NEXT CONTESTANT: Emma

IUFB #2: Bassett vanity (with supply of Wind Song cologne), modeled by Holly

Before the contestants bid, Bob brings staffer Bobby Daygo (spelling? his name wasn't in the credits) onstage to announce his retirement.

EMMA: 995
PIERRE: 1100
CHRISTINE: 795
ANITA: 850

ARP: 935, Anita wins.

Anita gives Bob kisses for her mother, mother-in-law, children, husband, and then from her before playing Squeeze Play for a trip to Paris (6 night stay), modeled by Dian.

Wrong price is: 36967. Anita removes the first 6, which leaves 3967.
ARP: 3667; LOSS

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NEXT CONTESTANT: Elaine

IUFB #3: Pfaff sewing machine , modeled by Janice

ELAINE: 725
EMMA: 650
PIERRE: 700
CHRISTINE: 750

ARP: 699, Emma wins.

Emma, from Louisianna, plays the world premiere of Super Saver for a Keller dining room group, modeled by Dian.

GROCERIES ARE:
20/20 eye drops ($2.09)
Creamettes macaroni (32)
Niagra sizing (99)
Pledge polish ($1.27)
Shield soap (89)
All detergent ($1.29)

1st CHOICE: Macaroni (32), ARP: 42, +10 difference, +10 in the bank.
2nd CHOICE: Sizing (99), ARP: $1.29, +30 difference, +40 in the bank
3rd CHOICE: Soap (89), ARPL 69, -20 difference, +20 in the bank
4th CHOICE: Detergent ($1.29), ARP: $1.49, +20 difference, +40 in the bank; LOSS

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SHOWCASE SHOWDOWN #1:

EMMA: 20 (spins again); 40 = 60 total
ANITA: 60 (elects for possible spin-off) = 60 total
JOAN: 50 (spins again); 95 = OVER

EMMA: 85
ANITA: 20

Emma advances to Showcases.

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NEXT CONTESTANT: Henry (who is very excited

IUFB #4: Pinseeker golf clubs, modeled by Holly.

HENRY: 1200
PIERRE: 1095
CHRISTINE: 1000
ELAINE: 1201

DING DING DING DING DING!! Someone has bid perfectly!

ARP: 1000, Christine wins $100

Christine reaches into the $100 pocket and then plays Most Expensive for a Kitchenaid refridgerator/freezer (#1, modeled by Janice), an Amanico (?) daybed (#2; modeled by Dian), & Ricardo of Beverly Hills luggage (#3; modeled by Holly)

Christine chooses #1.

#2 ARP: 1279
#3 ARP: 835
#1 ARP: 1679; WIN!!

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NEXT CONTESTANT: Cindy (Rod appears on camera)

IUFB #5: Olympus 35mm camera outfit, modeled by Janice & Dian.

CINDY: 600
ELAINE: 649
HENRY: 400
PIERRE: 425

ARP: 406, Henry wins and screams.

Henry, who has been to the show about 60 times, has a chance to win up to $10,000 playing Punch-A-Bunch.

SMALL PRIZES:
Hoover brush vac; (WRONG PRICE: 49, Henry goes higher, ARP: 65, one punch thus far)
Slimatic excercise video casette (WRONG PRICE: 10, Henry goes higher, ARP: 13, two punches thus far)
Lady Remington hair removal system (WRONG PRICE: 38, Henry goes higher, ARP: 50, three punches thus far)
Indy Knit active wear (WRONG PRICE: 41, Henry goes lower, ARP: 26, all four punches earned)

PUNCH #1: $100; proceeds
PUNCH #2: $100 + Second Chance ($1000, $1100 total); quits
PUNCH #3: $100
PUNCH #4: $250

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NEXT CONTESTANT: Amy

IUFB #6: Design Institutes America recliner, modeled by Holly

AMY: 825
PIERRE: 875
CINDY: 750
ELAINE: 876

ARP: 905, Elaine wins.

Elaine plays One Away for a Buick Skylark, modeled by Janice & Dian.

WRONG PRICE: 21361

1st DIGIT: 2 changes to 1
2nd DIGIT: 1 changes to 2
3rd DIGIT: 3 changes to 4
4th DIGIT: 6 changes to 5
5th DIGIT: 1 changes to 0

Elaine winds up with a price of 12450.

"Gentlemen, do I have at least one number right?" (honk!)
"Gentlemen, do I have two numbers right?" (honk!)
"Gentlemen, do I have three numbers right?" (honk!)
"Gentlemen, do I have four numbers right?" (honk!)
"Gentlemen, do I have five numbers right?" (honk!); PERFECT WIN!!

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SHOWCASE SHOWDOWN #2:

HENRY: 35 (spins again); 70 = OVER
CHRISTINE: 65 (stays) = 65
ELAINE: 40 (spins again); 30 = 70

Elaine advances to Showcases.

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TOP WINNER: Elaine
RUNNER UP: Emma

SHOWCASE #1: Prices revealed as Martians who pillaged "The Price is Right" pass through Martian customs as they return home.
-bar set (brand unannounced) (model in full-body costume & robot)
-Baldwin musical keyboard (model in full-body costume & robot)
-Glastwin-Carlson (?) ski boat (Dial & robot)

Elaine passes.
Emma's bid: 16500

Showcase #2: generic
-Pearl grandfather clock (Dian)
-living room group (brand unannounced) (Dian)
-Galaxy carpeting (Dian)
-Marantz audio/video system (Janice & Holly)

Elaine's bid: 9700

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SHOWCASE #2 (Elaine):
BID: 9700
ARP: 11332
DIFFERENCE: 1632

SHOWCASE #1 (Emma):
BID: 16500
ARP: 16474
DIFFERENCE: OVER by 26!

Elaine wins!! Elaine's total winnings: $24,687.
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Re: May 10, 1989 -- Debut of Super Saver
« Reply #1 on: November 28, 2006, 09:13:06 AM »
well done!!!!

Of course I must ask, what were Bob, Rod, and the models wearing?

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Re: May 10, 1989 -- Debut of Super Saver
« Reply #2 on: December 01, 2006, 05:17:45 PM »
Sorry I haven't replied, been a little busy. I'll get that information on the board tomorrow night. (probably)

Is the review okay?
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Re: May 10, 1989 -- Debut of Super Saver
« Reply #3 on: December 01, 2006, 10:50:11 PM »
Okay? It was fantastic! Well done, Hair. Keep them coming.

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Re: May 10, 1989 -- Debut of Super Saver
« Reply #4 on: December 02, 2006, 01:10:14 AM »
Thanks, wpghi5! I'll definitely be writing some more recaps in the future.
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