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TPiR Recap - 6/13/2012
« on: June 13, 2012, 02:25:54 PM »
The Price is Right Recap - 6/13/2012

Episode #6013K
Aired: 6/13/2012; Tape Date 5/29/2012
Models: Amber Lancaster, Rachel Reynolds, Gwendolyn Osborne
Drew Entrance: Door #2
Mic Handoff: Gwendolyn
First Four Contestant Seating: Left to Right

First IUFB: Zojirushi Small Appliances (ARP: $788) (Rachel)

$463 $540 $260 $550 KARLA

Karla is playing Lucky $even for a Kia Forte EX Sedan (2.0L, A/T, BlueTooth, Cargo Tray, PFP) (Amber)

CHOICE -- 7 6 5 3 AWW.COM
ARP 1 8 7 1 9 $18,719
LEFT 7 6 5 1 0 LOSS

Second IUFB: ABS Dress + Bryan Atwood Shoes (ARP: $605) (Gwendolyn)

Timothy Aynne Matthew FRANCISCO WINNER
$1154 $700 $1 $850 MATTHEW

Matthew is playing Bargain Game.

Electrolux Washer/Dryer (Rachel) $1698 $3198 $1500
BMS Heritage 150 Motorscooter (Amber) $1086 $1586 $500

Third IUFB: Dumbbells and Bench (Powerblock; ARP: $1,005) (Amber)

Timothy Aynne BROOKE Francisco WINNER
$725 $500 AYNNE

Aynne is playing It's in the Bag! (Rachel and Gwendolyn)

TAG $0.99 $29.99 $9.99 $5.59 $2.79 LEFTOVER
CHOICE YoCrunch Yogurt Schiff MegaRed Capzasin Arthritis Relief Martinelli's Cider Hidden Valley Ranch Dressing Durke's Food Coloring
ACTUAL YoCrunch Yogurt Schiff MegaRed Capzasin Arthritis Relief Durke's Food Coloring Martinelli's Cider Hidden Valley Ranch Dressing


Contestant Winnings Spin 1 Spin 2 TOTAL
Matthew $605 25 30 55
Karla $788 25 75 *$1,000!*
Aynne $5,005 5 55 60


Contestant Winnings Spin RESULT
Karla $1,788 25 *SHOWCASE*

Fourth IUFB: Swivel Chair/Glider (; ARP: $1,250) (Gwendolyn)

Timothy JULIE Brooke Francisco WINNER
$1 $800 $900 $600 BROOKE

Brooke is playing Shopping Spree. The target amount is $8,500.

Professional Stainless Range (Amber) $3,899 $3,899  
Christian Dior Accessories (Rachel) $3,020 $6,919  
Killerspin Revolution Ping Pong Table (Amber) $1,999 $8,918 *WIN*
37" LCD HDTV (LG) (Rachel) $799 *$9,717*

Fifth IUFB: Folding Bicycle (Dahon; ARP: $799) (Amber)

Timothy Julie MALLORY Francisco WINNER
$450 $500 JULIE

Julie is playing Switcheroo for a Chrysler 200 LX (A/T, RKE, PFP) (Gwendolyn) The available numbers are 1, 2, 3, 5 and 6.

2 0 3 5 6 CAR
2 4 Towel Set
6 0 Nametags
1 3 Knife Sharpener
3 0 Vacuum

Second try:

2 0 3 1 6 CAR
2 4 Towel Set
6 0 Nametags
5 3 Knife Sharpener
3 0 Vacuum

2 0 3 1 6 $20,316
2 4 $24
6 0
5 3 $53
3 0   $60

Sixth IUFB: 5pc Patio Dinette (; ARP: $1,699) (Gwendolyn)

Timothy GERALD Mallory Francisco WINNER
$976 $749 $899 $975 TIMOTHY

Timothy is playing Double Prices for a Trip to Ireland (RT Coach, 4n Executive Room Courtesy, Premium Passes To Volvo Ocean Race)

ARP: $13,911


Contestant Winnings Spin 1 Spin 2 TOTAL
Brooke $10,967 25 65 *SHOWCASE*
Timothy $15,610 35 75 OVER
Julie $21,192 15 10 20

Brooke has the honor...

BID: $19,000 Portable Japonesque Makeup Studio + Makeup (Estee Lauder) (Rachel)
Paris (RT Coach, 6n Superior King Room Luxury Hotel) (Gwendolyn)
$5,000 Cash (Gwendolyn)
ARP: $21,711
DIFF: $2,711
LOSS $1,788
BID: $24,750 15" MacBook Pro (4GB RAM, 500GB HDD) + 1yr Marvel Comics Subscrip. (Amber)
San Diego (RT Limo, 4n Luxury Hotel, 2 Tickets to ComicCon) (Amber)
2013 Hyundai Sonata GLS (2.4L, A/T, RKE + Alarm) (Rachel)
ARP: $26,277
DIFF: $1,527
*WIN* $37,244

Show Results: 3 out of 6 (1 bailout)
Total Winnings: $81,444



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Re: TPiR Recap - 6/13/2012
« Reply #1 on: June 13, 2012, 02:41:03 PM »
L7: I thought for sure the price was going to be $18,794 instead because the cargo tray was included; as it turns out, that plug incorrectly added it. Either way, Karla would've lost.

Bargain: Electrolux washer/dryers are usually pretty expensive.

It's in the BAG: I knew the dressing was nowhere to be found in the bags because it was $3.79 (the last bagged product of the cider was $2.79).

SS: Wisely, Brooke stayed away from the TV.

Switcheroo: I wasn't sure Julie &/or her friends would go w/ the 1 for the car late in the playing, because they went w/ the 2 first before going w/ the 5 for their first try, but they made the best possible switch & we have our third & final win in this PG this season!

Double Prices: Easy.

Showcases: We come off a strong second half w/ two good bids!

Certainly an improvement from yesterday.

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Re: TPiR Recap - 6/13/2012
« Reply #2 on: June 13, 2012, 02:41:39 PM »
today wasnt too bad of a show the only winnable games today were shopping spree switcheroo double prices.  its in the bag could have been won.
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Re: TPiR Recap - 6/13/2012
« Reply #3 on: June 13, 2012, 02:47:35 PM »

I suppose a half & half as we've now definitely entered end-of-season mode will be taken gratefully, but boy was Roo plainly complete luck this time. Played completely the wrong way and I think she may have been going for 5 but really just didn't care to.

Bag on 1 week I guess Mike wanted $0, and admittedly the apple cider was in a nice bottle, but the nuts are just such pansies now (mostly right this season, but they've cost some 8k's too). But Spree on 1 week... I don't understand, Danger is now getting OVERdue, if you can believe it.

EDIT: The hell Bobby, you're constructing car prices now? I'm sure whatever $75 you think was missing is explainable... probably included in standard or something. Relax.
« Last Edit: June 13, 2012, 02:51:14 PM by Wayoshi »
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Re: TPiR Recap - 6/13/2012
« Reply #4 on: June 13, 2012, 03:12:07 PM »
Today's show was better than yesterday's by 3 wins. Not only that the second half of the show was perfect to make up what happened in the first half.
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Re: TPiR Recap - 6/13/2012
« Reply #5 on: June 13, 2012, 03:22:27 PM »
After the horror of yesterday's Take Your Kid To Work Day, today really was a improvement, despite a lame 1st half...........


L7: Why didn't Karla pick 9 for the last number? Even I knew that was gonna happen. I also knew she was gonna get a $1.00 on the wheel. However, another tough break for her on her showcase, but at least she got $1000.

Balance Game: I was right about the washer and dryer being the bigger bargain.


IITB: Ayanne definitely thanked the peanut gallery for letting her stop at the Capzasin. A bailout is better than nothing.


Shopping Spree: Good thing Brooke didn't picked the TV! And she won her showcase, too!

Switcheroo: Thanks to Julie, it was the 3rd win from that game this season!

Double Prices: I didn't think that the Ireland trip wasn't worth that $ did Timothy.

A IITB bailout and all 3 wins in the 2nd half! Pretty good show today!
« Last Edit: June 13, 2012, 03:26:36 PM by PriceBusterXL »

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Re: TPiR Recap - 6/13/2012
« Reply #6 on: June 13, 2012, 05:58:07 PM »
Nice wins in the second half of the episode.
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Re: TPiR Recap - 6/13/2012
« Reply #7 on: June 13, 2012, 07:07:30 PM »
Drew's explanation of the second turn in Switcheroo today was much better than usual--it was actually clear that one could leave everything alone, change whatever, do whatever you want.  It didn't seem forced to change things if you weren't absolutely sure.  She still managed to not play it smart and fall bass-ackwards into the car, but that's fine.

I knew it was fork time in Bag when the sparkling cider went in the $5.59 bag.  I've seen that exact same cider at CVS for about $3.  (Costco has it for $6.49 for four bottles, for what it's worth.  And I have bought many a bottle of it at Costco for parties where booze would be a no-no but the sparkling cider is permissible.)

I think even last week's Bag wipeout contestant could have gotten $2000 today.  That setup last week was much more difficult than today's, at least for the first 2 or 3 bags.

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Re: TPiR Recap - 6/13/2012
« Reply #8 on: June 13, 2012, 08:22:35 PM »
I could see that 19 in Lucky $even coming from a mile away.

I knew the washer and dryer in Bargain Game were $3,000... but I thought that motorscooter would also be $3,000.

Bag was gonna get an easy $4,000 win, but that was it.  Seriously, only $2.79 for a bottle of sparkling apple cider?  For that price, I could just say "Screw this, I'm gonna stop pretending" and go right for a bottle of Charles Shaw instead.

Shopping Spree again?!

Good job by Brooke, though, on avoiding the TV trap in Spree.

Once again, we had a Switcheroo setup where none of the prizes looked like they were under $20, so the car was the only place the 1 could go.  I knew the knife sharpener was $53 because I've seen it on the show so many times, so I knew Julie had to get the 5 out of the car.  She spent almost half of her second turn debating with her companions in the audience whether to leave the 5 in the car or change it.  I was almost afraid that she would leave it.  Since the car and the knife sharpener were the only numbers she changed, I knew that her score would definitely be at least 2.  If a "3" came up (which it did), then we all knew that she won the car.  No need to drag it out, Drew!  Seriously!

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Re: TPiR Recap - 6/13/2012
« Reply #9 on: June 13, 2012, 08:58:57 PM »
Happy end of season budget mode to you too. That first showcase is the sorriest excuse for a showcase we've had in a long time. Still, this managed not to be too bad a show. All the distractions from yesterday were gone, which was nice, and we managed to get another surpris Switcheroo win! I'm really not sure how that happened - no one at all, either the audience or the contestant, seemed to know what was going on there. Still, sometimes although not often lately with those tricky setups, Roo wins happen.

It's clear that this week's entire lineups are being based on budget mode and nothing else. Otherwise, why would we see Shopping Spree and It's In The Bag 2 weeks in a row? Wasn't expecting to get another Roo playing in either - blah.

Lucky $even (4.5) - 3:32
Bargain Game (3.5) - 3:15
It's In The Bag (6.5) - 5:46
Shopping Spree (4.5) - 4:04
Switcheroo (5.5) - 5:56
Double Prices (3) - 3:04
Total (27.5): 26:37

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Re: TPiR Recap - 6/13/2012
« Reply #10 on: June 13, 2012, 09:58:47 PM »
Lucky $even: Well, that was an... interesting choice for the last number. Might have been a good choice, too, if the game was not Lucky $even. (Or 10 Chances.)

Bargain Game: The scooter claims another victim.

是在包里: Easy up to $4K (though she nearly whiffed the OmegaRed; good thing the Peanut Gallery stopped her there). However, evil expensive food coloring struck again. Good thing she bailed before that. (Also, those bags look depressing without the lights...

Shopping Spree: Easy as long as you knew that small TVs like that are cheap.

Switcheroo: Well, that was a lucky win. Clearly, neither Julie nor the folks she was drawing help from had any idea how to play the game and were trying to somehow figure out the fourth digit of a car from scratch, but hey, a win's a win! Besides, that was probably going to be the only way anyone was going to get the price of the Knife Sharpener of Doom correct.

Double Prices: Well, that was much better of a second half.

SC1 was definitely weak, so I'm glad that was lost in favor of the much better SC2 thanks to a solid bid there.

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Re: TPiR Recap - 6/13/2012
« Reply #11 on: June 13, 2012, 10:01:19 PM »
Drew's explanation of the second turn in Switcheroo today was much better than usual--it was actually clear that one could leave everything alone, change whatever, do whatever you want. It didn't seem forced to change things if you weren't absolutely sure.
But that is not the rule. The rule is "You have two right. You can take your prizes right now, or we can give you another 30 seconds to make changes. What do you want to do?"
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Re: TPiR Recap - 6/13/2012
« Reply #12 on: June 13, 2012, 11:17:27 PM »
Did anyone else catch that once the 3 showed up in Switcheroo, there was literally no possible way the game could have been lost?
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Re: TPiR Recap - 6/13/2012
« Reply #13 on: June 13, 2012, 11:37:45 PM »
Did anyone else catch that once the 3 showed up in Switcheroo, there was literally no possible way the game could have been lost?
Of course... made me wonder how much of America noticed? I brought it up in chat and not many thought it was that big a deal the usual reveal was pointless. :P
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Re: TPiR Recap - 6/13/2012
« Reply #14 on: June 14, 2012, 07:27:01 AM »
The 7,677th episode (185th for Season 40)

Showcase #1
  • Japonesque:  $1,699
  • Estee Lauder:  $567
  • Trip to Paris:  $14,445
  • Counterfeit bills:  $5,000
My bid:  $19,032 (Difference of $2,679)

Showcase #2
  • Facebook:  $1,859
  • Trip to San Diego:  $2,498
  • Hyundai Sonata:  $21,920
My bid:  $26,785 (D'oh!)

Modeling Totals:  June 13, 2012's episode
Rachel Reynolds
Total:  8/$47,991.00 (4/$30,527.00, 4/$17,464.00)
Cars:  1/$21,920.00 (1/$21,920.00, 0/$0.00)
Trips:  0/$0.00 (0/$0.00, 0/$0.00)
Cash Prizes:  1/$16,000.00 (0/$4,000.00, 1/$12,000.00)

Amber Lancaster
Total:  9/$46,275.00 (7/$25,970.00, 2/$20,305.00)
Cars:  1/$18,719.00 (0/$0.00, 1/$18,719.00)
Trips:  2/$16,409.00 (2/$16,409.00, 0/$0.00)
Cash Prizes:  0/$0.00 (0/$0.00, 0/$0.00)

Gwennie Osborne-Smith
Total:  7/$59,314.00 (4/$27,869.00, 3/$31,445.00)
Cars:  1/$20,316.00 (1/$20,316.00, 0/$0.00)
Trips:  1/$14,445.00 (0/$0.00, 1/$14,445.00)
Cash Prizes:  2/$21,000.00 (0/$4,000.00, 2/$17,000.00)

All Prizes
Total:  27/$137,747.00 (17/$80,443.00, 10/$57,304.00)
Cars:  3/$60,955.00 (2/$42,236.00, 1/$18,719.00)
Trips:  3/$30,854.00 (2/$16,409.00, 1/$14,445.00)
Cash Prizes:  2/$21,000.00 (0/$4,000.00, 2/$17,000.00)

Season to date
Rachel Reynolds (160 shows)
Total:  1,506/$7,627,023.12 (908/$3,233,866.48, 598/$4,393,156.64)
Cars:  162/$3,397,826.00 (53/$1,062,201.00, 109/$2,335,625.00)
Trips:  152/$1,248,475.20 (84/$649,770.20, 68/$598,705.00)
Cash Prizes:  21/$247,358.00 (4/$55,934.00, 17/$191,424.00)

Amber Lancaster (124 shows)
Total:  1,003/$6,208,744.00 (598/$2,563,723.00, 405/$3,645,021.00)
Cars:  129/$2,735,741.00 (41/$884,641.00, 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 (103 shows)
Total:  831/$4,800,727.98 (522/$2,217,661.98, 309/$2,583,066.00)
Cars:  108/$2,241,136.00 (42/$888,706.00, 66/$1,352,430.00)
Trips:  118/$989,757.00 (66/$543,533.00, 52/$446,224.00)
Cash Prizes:  9/$97,949.00 (0/$8,500.00, 9/$89,449.00)

All Prizes (184 shows)
Total:  4,868/$28,939,841.07 (2,898/$11,792,526.52, 1,970/$17,147,314.55)
Cars:  557/$11,789,156.00 (187/$3,965,838.00, 370/$7,823,318.00)
Trips:  602/$4,966,705.20 (327/$2,608,832.20, 275/$2,357,873.00)
Cash Prizes:  155/$3,631,796.00 (28/$513,403.00, 127/$3,118,393.00)