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Dennis James TPIR - 3/11/75
« on: June 17, 2011, 10:22:26 PM »
From j-shea.com....

Sherri, Mary, Kathleen, and Mary come on down.

First IUFB: His and her bicycles from WB Scott.

Sherri: $285 | Mary: $550 | Kathleen: $360 | *Mary: $750 (ARP: $1,128)

Mary will play GROCERY GAME for an electric TV projection system from Mux, a massage chair from Niagara, and Burnelle’s famous butter mints. A prize package worth $2,761!

Mary says she loves this game!

The grocery items are:
Creamettes quick cookie macaroni
Danish cooked ham, a wonderful product of Denmark.
Alba 77 sugar-free milkshake.
Days-Ease wash.
Old El Paso Mexican foods.

1st choice: Buys 4 milkshakes, 1 is $1.19, 4 is $4.76.
2nd choice: Buys 3 hams, 1 is 49˘, 3 is $1.47, total is $6.23.
3rd choice: Buys 3 Creamettes, 1 is 23˘, 3 is 69˘, total is $6.92.

WIN!

Diane comes on down.

Second IUFB: A chaise by Terra Furniture, imported from France.

Bidding starts with Diane.

*Sherri: $600 | Mary: $585 | Kathleen: $400 | Diane: $450 (ARP: $950)

Sherri is playing MONEY GAME for a new Chevrolet Caprice Classic convertible!

1st pick: 49
$

2nd pick: 65
Front end! $65__

3rd pick: 36
$

4th pick: 94
$

5th pick: 28
$

Sherri needed the 19. The car was $6,519.

LOSS, but Sherri did win $207.

Dorothy comes on down.

Third IUFB: A diamond watch from Elgin Watches.

Dorothy starts the bidding.

*Dorothy: $1,200 | Mary: $1,300 | Kathleen: $$1,400 | Diane: $1,450 (ARP: $1,250)

Dorothy will play CLOCK GAME for a 19-item collection of kitchen appliances (couldn’t hear the brand) and a new Litton microwave range!

ARP of the kitchen appliances: $801
Clock: $3,000, $1,000, $700, $750, $800, $900, $850, $825, $815, $805, $790, $800, $810 (time's up!)

EPIC FAIL/WIPEOUT.

SHOWCASES!

Mary is the top winner and Dorothy is the runner-up.

Showcase #1:
A billiards table by Murray.
A pinball machine from CA Robinson.
A stereo from RadioShack.
A bowling game from Hamaca Schlemmer.
Carpeting from Jorgus.
A Sohmer piano.
A trip to Paris.
Skyway luggage.
A movie camera from Yashica.
A mink coat from the DeFino custom collections of Zinman Furs.

Mary passes the showcase to Dorothy.
Dorothy bids $10,000.

Showcase #2:
4 St. Mary’s blankets.
A new Road Ranger trailer by Kit.
Turtle Wax.
Mens’ sportswear.
A motorcycle by Ruck Industries
A new Chevrolet Monte Carlo.
33 quart cans of Castrol motor oil.

Mary bids $9,100.

SHOWCASE RESULTS

Dorothy bid $10,000
ARP: $11,611
Diff: $1,611

Mary bid $9,100
ARP: $9,555
Diff: $455

Mary wins the showcase! She takes home $13,444 for the night!

Contestants not appearing on stage will receive Noni jewelry.

Games won: 1 out of 3.
Total winnings: $15,851.

Not too much to say about this episode, but Dorothy had one of the worst Clock Games I’ve ever… er, witnessed. Go to j-shea.com and listen to it for yourself. It’s painful even just listening to it.
« Last Edit: June 17, 2011, 10:30:01 PM by GSNSmashFan3 »
HYO Winnings:
$46,241.21 (Participated in 6 games; on stage 4 times)

I love Clock Game!

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Re: Dennis James TPIR - 3/11/75
« Reply #1 on: June 17, 2011, 10:28:31 PM »
Dayzees? (Google didn’t help me much here…)

I believe that should be Days-Ease...it was sort of the '70s version of Febreeze.

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Re: Dennis James TPIR - 3/11/75
« Reply #2 on: June 17, 2011, 10:29:10 PM »
I believe that should be Days-Ease...it was sort of the '70s version of Febreeze.

*edits*
HYO Winnings:
$46,241.21 (Participated in 6 games; on stage 4 times)

I love Clock Game!

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Re: Dennis James TPIR - 3/11/75
« Reply #3 on: June 17, 2011, 11:10:56 PM »
The appliances were from True Value Hardware Stores. (She just called the numbers so painfully slow ... ).

The Chevrolet Caprice Classic convertible came with these options: power windows, door edge guards, air conditioning (presumably the Four Season type, not the more luxurious Comfortron), remote-control outside rearview mirror, steel-belted radial whitewall tires, deluxe bumpers and guards, and AM/FM stereo radio.

The Chevrolet Monte Carlo had these WSW tires, wheel covers, deluxe bumpers and guards, vinyl roof and outside mirrors (likely the sport-styled type); and there probably was much more on this car that was not on Johnny O's copy. I think the sportswear was from Bear Ellis.

Brian
« Last Edit: June 17, 2011, 11:19:55 PM by Briguy »