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TPiR Recap - 6/16/2014
« on: June 16, 2014, 12:49:19 PM »
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Episode #6791K
Aired – 6/16/2014; Taped – 4/29/2014
Models: Gwendolyn Osborne-Smith, Rachel Reynolds
Microphone Handoff: Gwendolyn
First Four Contestant Seating: Mixed

First IUFB: Pair of iPads (Apple: 16GB iPad Airs with smartcovers); ARP: $1,076 (Rachel)

KIMBERLY ANTHONY DIANE JAMES
1000 1200 1250 1251

The winner is...
KIMBERLY


Kimberly is playing 1/2-Off for a chance to win $10,000!

Inside one of these boxes in $10,000! The rest have nothing. Kimberly can eliminate some of the boxes by guessing which item is half-off it's ARP.
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HOME SODA
MAKER
$125 $17

RICE
COOKER

She picks the rice cooker...

HOME SODA
MAKER
$125 $17 $17

Wrong! None of the boxes are elminated...

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YOGURT
MAKER
$60 $10

BLENDER

She picks the blender...

YOGURT
MAKER
$60 $10 $20

Correct! half of the boxes are elminated...

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MIXING
BOWLS
$64 $7

MEASURING
SET

She picks the measuring set...

MIXING
BOWLS
$64 $7 $14

Correct! Half of the boxes are elminated...

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Box picked:

7

Inside the box:

 

Money inside box:

5

LOSS (Total Winnings: $158)

Second IUFB: Designer Jewelry (Adami & Martucci: Sterling silver necklace, bracelet, and ring); ARP: $2,010 (Overhead)

NATALIE ANTHONY DIANE JAMES
1250 1400 1800 1801

The winner is...
JAMES


James is playing Freeze Frame for a trip to New York (RT Coach to New York, NY for a 6n stay in a Madison Street at the Omni Berkshire + daily breakfast, observation deck tour) (gwendolyn).

$9176
  76 17  
91     52
45     38
  26 60  

LOSS

Third IUFB: Gardening Package (Toro: Lawn mower, trimmer); ARP: $1,259 (Rachel)

NATALIE ANTHONY DIANE TERESSA
1 1400 750 800

The winner is...
TERESSA


Teressa is playing LUCKY $EVEN for a 2014 Ford Fiesta S (1.6L engine, 6-speed AT, paint/fabric) (Gwendolyn) .

First number is...

$
1

Remaining: $7


Guess: 7

$
1
6

Remaining: $6


Guess: 7

$
1
6
5

Remaining: $4


Guess: 4

$
1
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9

Remaining: $0


LOSS. ARP was:

$
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2

LOSS

SCSD #1

Contestant Winnings Spin 1 Spin 2 TOTAL RESULT
Kimberly $1,234 60 STAY .60
Teressa $1,259 25 95 1.20
OVER
James $2,010 55 30 .85 *SHOWCASE*

Fourth IUFB: Foosball Table (Chrome plated rods, top rails, 2 balls); ARP: $900 (Rachel vs. Gwendolyn)

NATALIE ANTHONY DIANE CHARLIE
875 900 901 1200
CLANGERS! $500!!

The winner is...
ANTHONY


Anthony, now $500 richer, is playing Check out for gasoline (52wk/yr), pizza ($1,200 Papa Johns card) and movie tickets (Fandango: 52wk/yr; ARP: $4,808) (Rachel and Gwendolyn).

Guesses   ARPs
1.40 Mint Mentos Chewing Gum 1.69
3.00 AirWick Scented Candle 3.49
1.50 Velveeta Shells & Cheese 1.49
3.00 Eggo Chocolate Chip Waffles 3.99
6.00 Rembrandt Toothpaste 7.99
14.90 TOTAL 18.65
Difference: 3.75 LOSS

Fifth IUFB: Camera Package (Canon: 18MP SLR camera and camcorder with 53x zoom); ARP: $1,648 (Rachel)

NATALIE SARAH DIANE CHARLIE
1 1500 1200 1800

The winner is...
SARAH


Sarah is playing One Right Price for a television (64in 1080P plasma HDTV with image technology, ecosenesor) (Rachel) and motorscooter (Yamaha: Zumo 125 with 125cc engine, AT) (Gwendolyn).

The right price is $3,390. She picks the television...

TELEVISION   MOTORSCOOTER
$3390    
$2200   $3390

LOSS

Man, what a show this has been, we are 0 for 5 in pricing games and Diane is still here. Can Diane escape or will she be heading to Peru, Indiana?

Sixth IUFB: Selection of Coffee Makers (Cuisinart: coffee makers, perculator, burr mill); ARP: $865 (Gwendolyn)

NATALIE WILLIAM DIANE CHARLIE
551 799 900 550

The winner is...
WILLIAM


William is playing LINE 'EM UP for a 2014 Fiat 500 Pop Hatchback (1.4L engine, 5-speed MT, remote keyless entry, car cover, premium floor mats) (Rachel).

William has to line up the prices of the Fiat using the prices of these items:

  • designer accessories (BCBG Collection: Clutch, high heel ankle boots) (Rachel)
  • iron
  • digital smoker (Bradley: 6-rack digital smoker with 2 bisquettes) (Gwendolyn)


 
  1          
      5 7 8 ACCESSORIES
    2 0 IRON    
      6 4 1 SMOKER
    5          

He sets the board to...

0
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    5 7 8 ACCESSORIES  
  2 0 IRON      
    6 4 1 SMOKER  
    5          

He sets the board to...

2
  1          
  5 7 8 ACCESSORIES    
    2 0 IRON    
  6 4 1 SMOKER    
    5          

SKUNKED SHOW (ARP: $17,215)

SCSD #2

Contestant Winnings Spin 1 Spin 2 TOTAL RESULT
William $865 35 85 1.20
OVER
Anthony $1,400 70 STAY .70
Sarah $1,648 90 STAY .90 *SHOWCASE*

THE FABULOUS SHOWCASES

James has the honors...

SC1 - James

A MASTER KEY SHOWCASE
  • Trip to Florida Keys (RT Coach to Miami, FL then to Key Largo in rental car for 6n stay in master suite at Kona Kai Resort + tour of botanic gardens) (Gwendolyn)
  • Piano (48in polished upright piano with hard rock maple bridges, balanced keys) (Gwendolyn)
  • 2014 Kia Soul (1.6L engine, 6-speed MT, carpeted floor mats, cargo net) (Rachel)
Bid: $22,222

SC2 - Sarah

A KNOCK KNOCK SHOWCASE
  • Brand New Kitchen (Stainless steel freestanding gas range, bottom freezer fridge, dishwasher) (Rachel)
  • $3,500 in cash (Rachel)
  • Trip to Australia (RT Coach to Cairns, AUS for 6n stay in junior suite at Pullman Hotels and Casino + whitewater rafting adventure) (Gwendolyn)
Bid: $21,724
James
$22,222
KIA
$30,890
$8,668
KIA
Sarah
$21,724
AUSTRALIA
$23,968
$2,244
AUSTRALIA
*WIN*
$25,616

Results: 0 out of 6
Winnings: $32,384
Biggest Winner: Sarah

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Re: TPiR Recap - 6/16/2014
« Reply #1 on: June 16, 2014, 12:59:31 PM »
I agree with Garfield:



And since I used that pic...........8 bucks on toothpaste?!!! HIGHWAY ROBBERY ALERT* After that, I don't have much to say except............

THE BOTTOM LINE:

SKUNKED!!!!

*Then again, I really don't waste that much on toothpaste IMHO, but that's just me.

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Re: TPiR Recap - 6/16/2014
« Reply #2 on: June 16, 2014, 01:34:02 PM »
I couldn't find a single "easy" setup today. Usually there is at least 1 game that is setup to be won no matter what, but today all 6 games were setup to be lost for sure. Freeze Frame was ridiculously evil to be specific. with $4500, $5200, $6000, and $7600 all being reasonable prices, it had to be $9,100? Lucky $even was its usual self, and Check-Out was more of a "?" setup than anything else. 1 Right Price was probably getting lost more times than won because people like to overprice big screen TV's and the ending might have effected the guess as well, but who knows. Line 'em Up was not impossible, but it was hard enough that it was probably going to get lost any given day as well. As far as the showcases go, it would have been a lot better if they had not shown George with a key ring and keys on it and just started talking about "keys" to the showcase. Once you give a visual of literal keys not only do you give away that you're going to get to a car at the end but you also confuse people when you start talking about other types of "keys" like piano keys or (lord help me) the ... Florida Keys.

And since I used that pic...........8 bucks on toothpaste?!!! HIGHWAY ROBBERY ALERT*

Well, normal toothpaste runs anywhere from $4-$6. However, it was not just everyday toothpaste, it was a special whitening toothpaste with peroxide.
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Re: TPiR Recap - 6/16/2014
« Reply #3 on: June 16, 2014, 01:44:59 PM »
My two cents:

1/2 Off: Tough luck. 'Nuff said.
Freeze Frame: Somehow, I knew the NYC trip was over $9K. Too bad James didn't.
Lucky Seven: Reasonable price, but another tough break.
Check Out: I thought for sure he had it. Pricey toothpaste, but it wouldn't be the first time.
One Right Price: Tough break. But at least she won her Showcase.
Line 'em Up: Same as above.

Showcases: Both Showcases are equally okay. I'd prefer a piano over a Kia Soul with MT any day.
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Re: TPiR Recap - 6/16/2014
« Reply #4 on: June 16, 2014, 01:56:50 PM »
Well, the Scorpz stats thread just made this easier to tally.
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Re: TPiR Recap - 6/16/2014
« Reply #5 on: June 16, 2014, 02:01:07 PM »
All 6 pricing games were lost/not won, but there was NO SHOWCASE DOUBLE OVERBID TO BOOT! :(

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Re: TPiR Recap - 6/16/2014
« Reply #6 on: June 16, 2014, 02:38:02 PM »
Yes, that is one of those brands (toothpaste) that is just more expensive (kind of like certain types of others things are - certain brands of electronics or appliances or lotion). 
Unfortunately he was under on all the other items (except the macaroni, and that only over by a penny) so there weren't any "overs" to balance it out.

This was one of the times they needed one of the medical items that looks like it's $10 but is only $6 to get a winner :)  At least he got $500 as a "consolation" unlike the rest of the non-winners.

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Re: TPiR Recap - 6/16/2014
« Reply #7 on: June 16, 2014, 02:47:12 PM »
I couldn't find a single "easy" setup today. Usually there is at least 1 game that is setup to be won no matter what, but today all 6 games were setup to be lost for sure.

Well, normal toothpaste runs anywhere from $4-$6. However, it was not just everyday toothpaste, it was a special whitening toothpaste with peroxide.
Well, I guess that made sense about the toothpaste..........But I'd rather settle for the regular stuff than that because you were right: Mike really didn't want anything to be won.

And only he would do something like that on C-O and bring back the soda maker on 1/2 Off.

Lucky Seven: Reasonable price, but another tough break.
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« Last Edit: June 16, 2014, 02:55:37 PM by PriceBusterXL »

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Re: TPiR Recap - 6/16/2014
« Reply #8 on: June 16, 2014, 04:38:20 PM »
Check-Out was absolutely heartbreaking.  Anthony made a couple of good guesses on the first four products, and was just $1.76 away from the actual total before the toothpaste's reveal.  Rembrandt is one of the most expensive toothpaste brands, and Anthony made a good guess with $6.00, but its almost $8.00 pricetag shot the actual total out of the winning range.  Ouch.

The first showcase was actually pretty decent.  The ideas of keys flowed almost nicely together (although the throw to trip was pretty clunky.  It could've referenced opening the keys to luggage, in the Florida Keys), and had a good buildup towards the car.  It was also nice to see a now rare appearance of a piano as a prize.

The second showcase was bad.  Honestly, I'd take Rich's announcer's test from Season 37 over it.  George tried too hard to be funny, and it's never a good sign when the script depends on the contestant responding to the announcer's questions.  The idea of knock-knock jokes is a good one, but I'd have George knock on each of the doors and have the models answer his jokes.  That would've made for a good use of all the doors and would've gotten George involved beyond standing at the podium and reading copy.
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Re: TPiR Recap - 6/16/2014
« Reply #9 on: June 16, 2014, 05:44:12 PM »
^ I'll have to agree that interaction as part of a script should be limited to George, Drew, and the models. Then things should always go according to plan.
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Re: TPiR Recap - 6/16/2014
« Reply #10 on: June 16, 2014, 07:01:04 PM »
I have to say, when it works, it works.  Sarah did beautifully working with George in the second showcase.  She was clearly having a blast with it, playing along seamlessly with George, and that really made for a fun showcase.  On the other hand, they got lucky with Sarah:  with a lot of contestants, that whole thing would've been awkward.

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Re: TPiR Recap - 6/16/2014
« Reply #11 on: June 16, 2014, 10:01:34 PM »
Drew's hosting is overall very good--MUCH better than his first few seasons--but one thing I wish he'd stop doing is telling contestants how "easy" or "hard" the games are.  I know he's trying to be enthusiastic and encouraging, but in the case of today's Check-Out playing, after saying things like "you're in such good shape" and "contestants win this game all the game" the loss seemed like even more of a letdown.  Just present the game, guide the contestants through it and be neutral.

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Re: TPiR Recap - 6/16/2014
« Reply #12 on: June 17, 2014, 12:33:40 AM »
The 8,053rd episode (181st for Season 42)

Showcase #1
  • Trip to the Florida Keys:  $9,231
  • Upright Piano, which was last seen on January 24, 2012:  $5,999
  • Kia Soul:  $15,660
My bid:  $30,645 (Difference of $245! :dsw:)

Showcase #2
  • Kitchen Appliances:  $6,747
  • Counterfeit Bills:  $3,500
  • Trip to Cairns:  $13,721
My bid:  $20,250 (Difference of $3,718)

Modeling Totals:  June 16, 2014
Highs and lows among shows for the OSAD in previous years
High:  $78,179 (6/16/2010)
Low:  $18,482 (6/16/2006)

Rachel Reynolds
Total:  15/$54,562.00 (8/$16,055.00, 7/$38,507.00)
Cars:  2/$32,875.00 (0/$0.00, 2/$32,875.00)
Trips:  0/$0.00 (0/$0.00, 0/$0.00)
Cash Prizes:  1/$3,500.00 (1/$3,500.00, 0/$0.00)


Gwendolyn Osborne Smith
Total:  13/$63,956.00 (4/$15,506.00, 9/$48,450.00)
Cars:  1/$16,592.00 (0/$0.00, 1/$16,592.00)
Trips:  3/$32,128.00 (1/$13,721.00, 2/$18,407.00)
Cash Prizes:  0/$0.00 (0/$0.00, 0/$0.00)


All Prizes
Total:  30/$127,661.00 (13/$31,884.00, 17/$95,777.00)
Cars:  3/$49,467.00 (0/$0.00, 3/$49,467.00)
Trips:  3/$32,128.00 (1/$13,721.00, 2/$18,407.00)
Cash Prizes:  2/$13,500.00 (1/$3,500.00, 1/$10,000.00)


Season to date
Rachel Reynolds (177 shows)
Total:  2,355/$12,280,498.02 (1,463/$5,238,792.99, 892/$7,041,705.03)
Cars:  273/$6,105,064.00 (90/$1,883,282.00, 183/$4,221,782.00)
Trips:  307/$2,474,479.00 (175/$1,446,568.00, 132/$1,027,911.00)
Cash Prizes:  42/$412,624.00 (12/$64,886.00, 30/$347,738.00)

Gwendolyn Osborne Smith (28 shows)
Total:  302/$2,001,859.00 (157/$810,858.00, 145/$1,191,001.00)
Cars:  50/$992,563.00 (18/$344,511.00, 32/$648,052.00)
Trips:  48/$417,292.00 (24/$211,379.00, 24/$205,913.00)
Cash Prizes:  5/$116,000.00 (0/$21,750.00, 5/$94,250.00)

All Prizes (178 shows)
Total:  4,680/$28,400,377.65 (2,849/$11,375,024.53, 1,831/$17,025,353.12)
Cars:  558/$11,820,704.00 (191/$3,916,537.00, 367/$7,904,167.00)
Trips:  613/$5,015,250.00 (341/$2,787,584.00, 272/$2,227,666.00)
Cash Prizes:  188/$4,645,383.00 (48/$704,000.00, 140/$3,941,383.00)

Career to date
Rachel Reynolds (1,382 shows)
Total:  13,656/$72,209,475.36 (8,495/$32,158,121.94, 5,161/$40,051,353.42)
Cars:  1,493/$33,697,494.00 (567/$12,178,367.00, 926/$21,519,127.00)
Trips:  1,294/$9,953,556.00 (690/$5,213,107.00, 604/$4,740,449.00)
Cash Prizes:  236/$2,656,851.00 (51/$462,084.00, 185/$2,194,767.00)

Gwendolyn Osborne Smith (588 shows)
Total:  4,988/$27,295,755.97 (3,095/$12,497,377.98, 1,893/$14,798,377.99)
Cars:  573/$12,202,841.00 (218/$4,655,617.00, 355/$7,547,224.00)
Trips:  556/$4,306,423.00 (297/$2,318,181.00, 259/$1,988,242.00)
Cash Prizes:  89/$1,034,432.00 (27/$215,241.00, 62/$819,191.00)

My viewing to date (2,533 shows)
Total:  66,072/$363,702,231.60 (41,053/$157,195,176.53, 25,019/$206,507,055.07)
Cars:  7,215/$155,387,382.00 (2,770/$58,233,213.00, 4,445/$97,154,169.00)
Trips:  5,547/$39,536,353.00 (2,876/$20,431,537.00, 2,671/$19,104,816.00)
Cash Prizes:  1,939/$42,413,198.00 (395/$6,890,190.00, 1,544/$35,523,008.00)

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Re: TPiR Recap - 6/16/2014
« Reply #13 on: June 17, 2014, 10:10:14 PM »
Wow...been a long, long time since all six games were lost.  It was still a decent episode, though.

I applaud whoever wrote the second showcase for their effort, and George really did do the best he could with the material...but the whole thing just didn't work.

All 6 pricing games were lost/not won, but there was NO SHOWCASE DOUBLE OVERBID TO BOOT! :(

You're sad that there wasn't a double overbid?!

Get a grip, dude.
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Re: TPiR Recap - 6/16/2014
« Reply #14 on: June 17, 2014, 11:36:01 PM »
I hope Sarah enjoys my homeland.