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TPiR Recap - 6/14/2012
« on: June 14, 2012, 04:12:00 PM »
The Price is Right Recap - 6/14/2012

Episode #6014K
Aired: 6/14/2012; Tape Date 5/30/2012
Models: Gwendolyn Osborne, Rachel Reynolds, Amber Lancaster
Drew Entrance: Door #2
Mic Handoff: Rachel
First Four Contestant Seating: Left to Right

First IUFB: 4pr His-and-Hers Watches (Michael Kors; ARP: $880) (Amber)

$1475 $900 $800 $1000 CONNIE

Connie is playing Cliff Hangers for a Trip to Spain (RT Coach LA to Marbella, 6n Los Monteros; ARP: $10,469) (Gwendolyn)

Cake Pop Maker $24 $20 4  
Ice Cream Maker $30 $34 4 17 to go...
Heart-shaped Waffle Maker $40 $40 0! *WIN*

Second IUFB: PSP Game Package (2 PSP's, 2 Starter Kits, 10 Games; ARP: $670) (Gwendolyn)

Danielle Nicholas ERIN Gary WINNER
$651 $700 $625 $650 DANIELLE

Danielle is playing Cover Up for a Kia Soul + (2.0L, A/T, CFM) (Amber)

BOARD         4
8 1
7 4 7
4 5 0 5
1 2 9 1 3
3 8 1 2 8
Original 2 6 4 7 0
Try 1 1 8 5 2 3
Try 2 1 8 7 4 5
Try 3 1 8 1 4 5

ARP: $18,145 *WIN*

Third IUFB: Underwater Camera and Camcorder Package (Vivitar; ARP: $570) (Gwendolyn and Rachel)

BRADLEY Nicholas Erin Gary WINNER
$550 $600 $750 $800 BRADLEY

Bradley is playing Range Game for a Sea Doo GTI SE130 Watercraft (w/Trailer) (Amber)

Range: 10500-11100
Choice: 10675-10825
ARP: $10,684 *WIN*


Contestant Winnings Spin 1 Spin 2 TOTAL
Bradley $11,254 15 20 35
Connie $11,443 75 STAY *SHOWCASE*
Danielle $18,815 20 20 40

Fourth IUFB: Diamond Pendant/Necklace (; ARP: $1,650) (Rachel)

Maisha Nicholas Erin Gary WINNER
$1400 $1200 $1401 $1000 ERIN

Erin is playing Race Game.

Inspire CardioStrider 2 (Rachel) La-Z-Boy Demi Sofa (Rachel and Gwendolyn) 65" 3D Plasma HDTV (Pansonic) (Gwendolyn and Amber) 3pr Rafael Young Designer Shoes (Amber) NUMBER RIGHT TIME LEFT
$649 $2380 $3299 $1795 1 :35
$1795 $649 $3299 $2380 4 :25
$1795 $649 $3299 $2380 ARPs

Fifth IUFB: Huntington Beach (RT Limo, 3n Hotel Huntington Beach) (ARP: $1,348) (George)

Maisha Nicholas KAMMI Gary WINNER
$875 $1100 $999 $1000 NICHOLAS

Nicholas is playing Flip Flop for the Kitchen of Doom (30" Stainless Range, 27.8cu.ft. French-Door Refrigerator, 24" Dishwasher) (Amber)

GUESS 75 79
ARP 57 97
ARP: $5,797 LOSS

Sixth IUFB: Hair Care Appliances (ARP: $912) (Gwendolyn)

Maisha Nicholas Kammi Gary WINNER
$400 $700 $450 $701 GARY

Gary is playing Stack the Deck for a Chevrolet Cruze LS (1.8L, PFP, Connectivity Pkg) (Rachel)

Available numbers: 1, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9.

HP 75 Inkjet Cartridgte ACT Anticavity Mouthwash Liquid Plumr Penetrex Gel
$29.99 $6.99 $4.69
Schiff Move Free Supplement Cortizone-10 Anti-Itch Cream Fisher Pecan Halves
RIGHT (4th, 5) WRONG ($5.60) RIGHT (3th, 6)

GUESS: $18,657 (free numbers bolded)


Contestant Winnings Spin 1 Spin 2 TOTAL
Gary $912 95 STAY *SHOWCASE*
Nicholas $1,348 80 10 90
Erin $9,773 5 5 10

Connie has the honor...

BID: $25,300 15pc Mens-and-Womens Designer 1960's Clothing Collection (Rachel)
New York (RT Coach LA to New York, 6n Executive Room Hotel Mela) (Rachel)
Volkswagen Beetle 2.5L 2dr (A/T, First Aid Kit, Mat Kit) (Gwendolyn)
ARP: $29,307
DIFF: $4,007
*WIN* $40,750
BID: $28,000 Zuo Modern Maui Outdoor Bed (Amber)
Aruba (RT Coach LA to Aruba, 6n Westin Aruba, Catamaran Ride) (Gwendolyn)
Com-Pac Yachts Legacy Sailboat (Bolthead Mounted Compass, Interior Cushions, Boarding Ladder, Electrical Package, Trailer) (Amber)
ARP: $26,617
LOSS $912

Show Results: 4 out of 6
Total Winnings: $82,852



« Last Edit: June 17, 2012, 10:08:13 PM by vadernader »
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Re: TPiR Recap - 6/14/2012
« Reply #1 on: June 14, 2012, 04:12:52 PM »
1. Cliff hangers W
2. Cover up W
3. Range game W
4. Race game W
5. Flip Flop L
6. Stack the deck L
We lucked out on cover up, range game, and race game as cliff hangers was the only easy game today.
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Re: TPiR Recap - 6/14/2012
« Reply #2 on: June 14, 2012, 04:17:50 PM »
C-H: Very good playing & Connie was popular w/ the audience!

CU: After Danielle's second turn, I was worried she would change her mind & go w/ the nine on the third digit as suggested by the Peanut Gallery, but she shafted them & won the car!

Range: Thankfully, the Sea-Doo wasn't $10,534 like I thought it was going to be.

Race Game: Excellent job by Erin!

Flip-Flop: I think Mike wanted this won, but it wasn't to be.

StD: This went about the way it was supposed to for the most part, though I was surprised the last number was 9 & Gary didn't even get that right.

Showcases: Connie sure made the audience's day!

Great Thursday episode.

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Re: TPiR Recap - 6/14/2012
« Reply #3 on: June 14, 2012, 04:19:36 PM »
If I told anyone here Gas, Path, Roo, Cover, AND Stack would be played so well as to be one mistake from a win or actually be won, all in the same week, would anyone have put some $$$ on the line on that bet? :P

Finally, someone did need to stare a lowest digit in the face and get it. Did not think that would happen this season and why 0-30 seemed very real (now 3-26).

Additionally, nice playings in Range and Race (someone knew to change 3 on 1 right? What the). Too bad on Cliff that $4 was added too early or that was a perfecto.

Why are brands like Elmira underpriced as Mike wants but generic prices are overpriced?? Frustrating.

Terrible, budget-driven lineup today. Hate Cliff (1 week again? How about Cover-Range-Shell??) 1st, only there since it was easiest on day but it's been paired with Cover in 1-2 now 3 times in 2012. Where is Danger - which can and has been set up hard?
« Last Edit: June 14, 2012, 04:26:11 PM by Wayoshi »
S4x... the show's stabilized into something decent now, I guess...

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Re: TPiR Recap - 6/14/2012
« Reply #4 on: June 14, 2012, 04:32:48 PM »
Today show was great 4 wins out of 2 & Drew did a great job today as host.
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Re: TPiR Recap - 6/14/2012
« Reply #5 on: June 14, 2012, 05:00:21 PM »
You know dating back to yesterday's (6-13-12) show, we had 7 pricing games won in a row.
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Re: TPiR Recap - 6/14/2012
« Reply #6 on: June 14, 2012, 05:06:45 PM »
You know dating back to yesterday's (6-13-12) show, we had 7 pricing games won in a row.

"Roger, when was the last time that happened?"  :lol:

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Re: TPiR Recap - 6/14/2012
« Reply #7 on: June 14, 2012, 05:33:25 PM »
Wow, apart from Tuesday's disaster, yet another week that's better than it has any right to be. This was just like Monday's show - two very hard car games, and we get one win, and one loss that comes way closer to being won than the game ordinarily is. It's nice to see people are finally beginning to figure out low digits in Cover, and as for Stack, I'm still not sure how he played that well. Those groceries were nasty today and even though he got 2 of them, he still had to deal with a tossup for the 2nd digit of the price. It's amazing he got that close, even if it's a bit of a heartbreaking loss. Though it would have been even more heartbreaking if Flip Flop were won. :)

That wasn't the easiest Race Game setup in the world either, but even though we had the world's most nervous contestant, that was a TEXTBOOK example of how to play it. I could not play it any better myself (I'd have the same reasoning, but I'd be much slower :) )

A little disappointed to see Cliff show up today instead of Shell getting one last playing. Ah well. And is Drew routinely doing things like playing with waffles at tapings, and it just usually gets edited out?

I swear we've had a car offered every single day for the past month in the showcase. There is really no need ever to do that (and it becomes comical when they try slightly harder every day to have it lost). Pretty sure in the Roger era there was at least one day every week without a car in either showcase, and quite frequently there were weeks with two or three such days. Save budget money, especially at the end of the season. We can hope they'll learn eventually..

Cliff Hangers (4.5) - 4:30
Cover Up (5) - 5:08
Range Game (4) - 3:46
Race Game (5) - 4:19
Flip Flop (3.5) - 2:51
Stack The Deck (5.5) - 5:37
Total (27.5): 26:11

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Re: TPiR Recap - 6/14/2012
« Reply #8 on: June 14, 2012, 05:57:46 PM »
Great wins on Cliff Hangers & Race Game! :biggrin:  Nice wins on Range Game & Cover up too.

Good show overall, IMHO.
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Re: TPiR Recap - 6/14/2012
« Reply #9 on: June 14, 2012, 07:13:59 PM »
I don't believe it.  Somebody actually voluntarily picked 1 for the third digit in Cover Up.  Danielle didn't even consider placing the 9 there.  She immediately went for the 1.  I think contestants may finally be figuring out this damn game.

And we also got a contestant who knows how to play Race Game properly, too!  Not many contestants go from 1 right to 4 right after one change, but Erin knew exactly what to do.

Well, the show was going so well... and then Stack the Deck shows up.  Gary actually played the game well.  He just got tripped up by the expensive mouthwash and cheap skin cream.  Had he gotten by that, I'm sure he would've taken the last number and kept this game from having only one win in Season 40.

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Re: TPiR Recap - 6/14/2012
« Reply #10 on: June 14, 2012, 09:33:27 PM »
Another good show today...............


Flip Flop: Nicholas should've never listened to the peanut gallery.........

Stack The Deck: Poor Gary...........He had a bad case of bad luck from coming so close in winning the game (Somehow, I knew that last number he picked was wrong........Damn number 9.) to going over on his showcase.


Cliffhangers: Connie was entertaining to watch and played the game pretty well, even getting the waffle maker right on the nose. Also, nice showcase win!

Cover Up: When Danielle was down to the last number, I was chanting, "1! 1! 1!" And she picked it and won!

Range Game: I really like Bradley's energy when he won. He almost missed the mark, but he still got the Sea-Doo!

Race Game: I think Erin was a little freaked out when she had to play, but she did get all 4 prizes right on the second try!

All-in-all, another great show........

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Re: TPiR Recap - 6/14/2012
« Reply #11 on: June 14, 2012, 09:45:01 PM »
Another good show. I don't mind seeing Cliff Hangers again; it's been played relatively little this season if you ask me. Though I would love for Shell Game to show up tomorrow... Anyways, played well.

Cover Up: Someone picks the 1 and doesn't need to be forced to do so! Take that, peanut gallery!

Range Game: Low setup (only $184 above the bottom), but he still got it in there!

Race Game: Very well played! She made all the right changes on the second try. Note that, at the end of the segment, she was saying something like, "These (shoes) don't look anything like..." and I'm guessing the rest of the sentence was "...$2,380." So maybe it was just a bit of luck. It all worked out for her, though!

Stack the Deck: Well, good thing Flip-Flop wasn't won, because there was no way this was getting us the perfect show... is what I'd normally say, but Gary sure came close! Just one reasonable choice on a 3-way toss-up gone awry... (Where was he during the One Away setups earlier this season?  :P ) Getting 3-4-5 would have made the game much easier, but that middle pair was definitely brutal, and the other two sets weren't easy, either. Ah well.

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Re: TPiR Recap - 6/14/2012
« Reply #12 on: June 14, 2012, 11:43:24 PM »
Having four games won in a row was great...but honestly, the highlight of the show for me was hearing the theme for The Dating Show in the first showcase.  Major props to Stan for digging that up! :)
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Re: TPiR Recap - 6/14/2012
« Reply #13 on: June 15, 2012, 06:49:41 PM »
The 7,678th episode (186th for Season 40)

Showcase #1
  • Dirty Laundry!:  $1,360
  • Trip to New York:  $6,782
  • Volkswagen Bettle:  $21,165
My bid:  $30,600 (D'oh!)

Showcase #2
  • Outdoor Bed:  $2,625
  • Trip to Aruba:  $8,782
  • ComPac Legacy:  $15,210
My bid:  $29,600 (D'oh!)

Modeling Totals:  June 14, 2012's episode
Rachel Reynolds
Total:  10/$31,559.00 (9/$12,900.00, 1/$18,659.00)
Cars:  1/$18,659.00 (0/$0.00, 1/$18,659.00)
Trips:  1/$6,782.00 (1/$6,782.00, 0/$0.00)
Cash Prizes:  0/$0.00 (0/$0.00, 0/$0.00)

Amber Lancaster
Total:  8/$59,020.00 (5/$35,388.00, 3/$23,632.00)
Cars:  1/$18,145.00 (1/$18,145.00, 0/$0.00)
Trips:  0/$0.00 (0/$0.00, 0/$0.00)
Cash Prizes:  0/$0.00 (0/$0.00, 0/$0.00)

Gwennie Osborne-Smith
Total:  8/$46,516.00 (7/$37,734.00, 1/$8,782.00)
Cars:  1/$21,165.00 (1/$21,165.00, 0/$0.00)
Trips:  2/$19,251.00 (1/$10,469.00, 1/$8,782.00)
Cash Prizes:  0/$0.00 (0/$0.00, 0/$0.00)

All Prizes
Total:  24/$133,925.00 (19/$82,852.00, 5/$51,073.00)
Cars:  3/$57,969.00 (2/$39,310.00, 1/$18,659.00)
Trips:  4/$27,381.00 (3/$18,599.00, 1/$8,782.00)
Cash Prizes:  0/$0.00 (0/$0.00, 0/$0.00)

Season to date
Rachel Reynolds (161 shows)
Total:  1,516/$7,658,582.12 (917/$3,246,766.48, 599/$4,411,815.64)
Cars:  163/$3,416,485.00 (53/$1,062,201.00, 110/$2,354,284.00)
Trips:  153/$1,255,257.20 (85/$656,552.20, 68/$598,705.00)
Cash Prizes:  21/$247,358.00 (4/$55,934.00, 17/$191,424.00)

Amber Lancaster (125 shows)
Total:  1,011/$6,267,764.00 (603/$2,599,111.00, 408/$3,668,653.00)
Cars:  130/$2,753,886.00 (42/$902,786.00, 88/$1,851,100.00)
Trips:  136/$1,051,834.00 (67/$523,078.00, 69/$528,756.00)
Cash Prizes:  26/$360,777.00 (4/$44,627.00, 22/$316,150.00)

Gwennie Osborne-Smith (104 shows)
Total:  839/$4,847,243.98 (529/$2,255,395.98, 310/$2,591,848.00)
Cars:  109/$2,262,301.00 (43/$909,871.00, 66/$1,352,430.00)
Trips:  120/$1,009,008.00 (67/$554,002.00, 53/$455,006.00)
Cash Prizes:  9/$97,949.00 (0/$8,500.00, 9/$89,449.00)

All Prizes (185 shows)
Total:  4,892/$29,073,766.07 (2,917/$11,875,378.52, 1,975/$17,198,387.55)
Cars:  560/$11,847,125.00 (189/$4,005,148.00, 371/$7,841,977.00)
Trips:  606/$4,994,086.20 (330/$2,627,431.20, 276/$2,366,655.00)
Cash Prizes:  155/$3,631,796.00 (28/$513,403.00, 127/$3,118,393.00)
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Re: TPiR Recap - 6/14/2012
« Reply #14 on: June 17, 2012, 10:08:46 PM »
Recap Finally Up, Sorry!
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