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Offline edmojautis

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1977 show feat. "The Movie of the Week" show: June 16, 1977
« on: December 10, 2006, 05:04:56 PM »
It's been a long time since I've done a classic recap and I hope you enjoy this.

Opening Spiel: Hour Power (White; Zooms in)
Bob: Stage Entrance Handoff: Janice
Models: Janice Pennington, Holly Hallstrom, and Mystery Model

(Dian was not in this show)

1. Tappan Range (X)
Darilyn $675 PEGGY *$600 Elizabeth $400 Kim $550 ($650)

Peggy plays MOST EXPENSIVE.

1. Emperor Grandfather Clock (J) $470 (Picks as ME)
2. Foxfire Loveseat (X) $729
3. Set of Mirror Tables (H) $940 LOSS

2. Amana Trash Compactor (H)
Patricia $225 Elizabeth $300 Kim $350 DARILYN *$275 ($280)

Darilyn plays TEMPTATION for a Buick Regal. (J)

Roper Starflite Luggage (H & X) $258 2/5/8 5 Washington Forge Flatware (J) $62 6/2 6
Monet Jewelry (X) $63 6/3 3
$500 Cash (in 5 $100 bills) (J) $500 5/0 0

No Changes. Goes for the Car. Car: $5,630 WIN!!!

3. Kitchen Island (J)
DEBORAH *$400 Patricia $650 Elizabeth $300 Kim $375 ($480)

Deborah plays GIVE OR KEEP for a Ruttan Seating Group/Z-Brick Wall Coverings. (X) ($1,228)

Pair #1: Seal-a-Meal Food Saver (Keeps) $28
         Sunbeam Hair Dryer $25

Pair #2: Sunbeam Crepe Pan $30
         Kinney Shoes (Keeps) $34

Pair #3: Insta-Pure Water Filter (Keeps) $30
         True Value "E-Z Kare" Paint $33

Give: $88 Keep: $92 WIN!!!

SCSD #1:

$ 650  Peggy .70 (stays) .70
$1,800 Deborah .75 (stays) .75
$6,793 Darilyn .95 (stays) .95 (Goes to the showcases)

4. Toshiba Microwave Oven (H)
SHARON *$300 Patricia $298 Elizabeth $220 Kim $350 ($330)

Sharon plays RACE GAME.

Prices: $857 $314 $470 $420

Dremel Power Tools (J) $314
Zenith Stereo (J) $470
JVC Color TV (X) $420
Pfaff Sewing Machine (X) $857

Guesses: Tools $314 Stereo $857 TV $470 Sewing Machine   $420 (1 Right; :29 sec. left)

         Tools $420 Stereo $857 TV $420 Sewing Machine $420 (All wrong; :14 sec. left)

         Tools $314 Stereo $857 TV $420 Sewing Machine $470 (2 Right; Time's Up!!)

Wins Tools and TV

5. Kestell Game Table and Chairs (J)
Frances $375 PATRICIA *$475 Elizabeth $500 Kim $620 ($475)

Patricia reaches in Bob's $100 pocket and plays BULLSEYE for a Dresher Canopy Bed/Bedspread/King Koil Mattress Set. (H) ($1,132)

($5 to 6 is the limit)

Products:

Sta-Puf Fabric Softener (Hidden Bullseye)
Johnston's "Fill-n-Eat" Pie Crust
Lipton "Make a Better Burger" Seasoning Mix Riceland Rice
Chap Stick Lip Balm

Buys 8 Seasonings at .55 $4.40 (Between 4 and 5)
Buys 12 Pie Crusts at .59 $7.08
Buys 9 Lip Balms at .69 $6.21 LOSS

6. Whirlpool Washer/Dryer (J)
Virginia $700 Elizabeth $710 Kim $625 FRANCES *$710 ($710)

Elizabeth and Kim heads to the clubhouse. Frances reaches into the $100 pocket and plays MONEY GAME for a Chevrolet Chevelle. (H)

Setup: 33 91 26
       08 40 47
       15 89 64

1st Pick: 47 (Front)
2nd Pick: 33 (Back)
Car: $4,733 WIN!!!

(Frances just about drove Bob nuts making her choices.)

SCSD #2:  

$ 575  Patricia .50 (stays) .50
$1,064 Sharon .05+.55 .60 (Goes to the showcases)
$5,543 Frances .30+.15 .45 (2nd spin was puny)

Showcases:

Darilyn has the advantage

Darilyn-SC2 Bid: $7,750 ARP: $9,031 Difference $1,281

THE MOVIE OF THE WEEK: "For The Love of Benji" (J, with a cameo by Benji)

Trip to Greece
MGB Convertible (J)
10 Free tickets to see FTLOB (Benji)

Sharon-SC1 Bid $4,500 ARP: $4,467 Difference: OVER (by $33)

Broyhill Dining Room Set (J)
Patcraft(sp?) Carpeting
Wine Vault Wine Cabinet (X)
Stereo Loveseat (H)

Winners:
DARILYN-$15,824
Frances-$5,543
Deborah-$1,800
Sharon-$1,064
Peggy-$650
Patricia-$575

Total Winnings: $25,456
Pricing Games: 3/6

(A clip of FTLOB is shown with Benji in the street in Greece. He sees a delicatessen down the street. The deli owner and a customer are having an argument while Benji spots a piece of bread underneath the stand where the cash register is. He runs and eats the piece of Bread. Then, the owner drops a piece of a long string of sausages. Benji stares at the meat and after looking out making sure that the owner and the customer are still fighting, He grabs the piece of meat with his teeth and begans running with long line of sausages in the street. The owner and the customer soon began chasing Benji and Benji gets away with a whole lot of meat. Benji's trainer, Frank Inn appears at the end of the show with Bob, The Beauties, and Darilyn.)
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Offline bro

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Re: 1977 show feat. "The Movie of the Week" showcase
« Reply #1 on: December 10, 2006, 06:02:57 PM »
Just to let you know about the movie shown on the Showcase, this film was shot in Greece.

I know because I have that episode & the language heard on this movie were speaking Greek.

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Re: 1977 show feat. "The Movie of the Week" showcase
« Reply #2 on: December 10, 2006, 08:59:11 PM »

First weird thing, that showcase.


Second weird thing, a WHITE opening title? White alert, Steve!


Also, any guess what part of 1977 this aired?


BTW, is anyone else having their posts be double spaced?


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Re: 1977 show feat. "The Movie of the Week" showcase
« Reply #3 on: December 10, 2006, 09:28:07 PM »
I assume it's for enabling line break. Back when I posted the HTML recaps to the old forums, everything in my raw post would be butted up next to each other, but would have lines inserted when it came to post time.



So rule of thumb, either don't include blank lines or turn off line break before you post.



(And I assumed correctly - this was a test post to see if I was right. Just unclick line break)



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Re: 1977 show feat. "The Movie of the Week" showcase
« Reply #4 on: December 11, 2006, 09:03:46 AM »
Quote
What part of 1977.....


This was taped in May '77.

BTW: I edited the description of the clip saying that the scene was in Greece and the text was seen the way you're looking at it now. :-D

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Re: 1977 show feat. "The Movie of the Week" showcase
« Reply #5 on: December 11, 2006, 12:08:37 PM »
Then perhaps you might try to fix it?  'Cause, ya know, it's sort of unreadable right now...
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Re: 1977 show feat. "The Movie of the Week" showcase
« Reply #6 on: December 11, 2006, 08:09:19 PM »
I fixed it. Lines are gone. Enjoy.