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February 11, 1999
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First Four: Damon, Cassandra, Brian #1, Brian #2

IUFB1: Golf Clubs
Brian #1: $900
Brian #2: $1000*
Cassandra: $600
Damon: $750
ARP: $1667

Bob does the old "Bid on that in dollars" spiel here.

PG1: Clock Game--Played for a Rower and Dinnerware

Brian #2 will bid on the Rower first
Brian's bids/Bob's responses: $600/H, $650/H, $950/L... (stop the clock at 26), $825/H, $850/H, $895/H, $925/L, $910/L, $905/L, $900/L, $899 (wins with 11 seconds left)

Next, he will bid on the Dinnerware
Brian's bids/Bob's responses: $89/H, $105... (stop the clock at 7), $485 (or was it $45?)... (stop the clock again at 6), $550/H, $565/H, $595/H, $650/H, $8/900... MRRRRRRRRP!

ARP of Dinnerware: $983

LOSS

Some memorable Barker quotes from this segment: "Brian, what kind of a show do you think this is?" "$150 is low. LOW, Brian!" "Look Brian, to do this successfully you're going to have to speak English!" and after the buzzer goes off, "Was his last bid $8 or $900? Is that what he said? Brian, for both of our sakes I'm glad your time is up!"

Second Calldown: Luis

IUFB2: Barbecue Grill
Luis: $750
Cassandra: $1200
Damon: $1250
Brian #1: $1300*
ARP: $2474

PG2: Hole in One--Played for a Ford Ranger 4x2 ($13,190)

GP1: Shampoo
GP2: Toothpaste
GP3: Heart Medicine
GP4: Soap
GP5: Calcium Supplement
GP6: Granola Bars

Order of flags: Soap, Granola Bars, Toothpaste, Shampoo, Heart Medicine, Calcium Supplement
Prices: $2.24, $1.49 (others unrevealed)

Bob's Kathleen's Inspiration Putt: Perfect! (3 in a row, and she will do it again on the game's next playing)

First putt: Perfect!

WIN!

And the Brians are now 1-1 in the first two games played!

Third Calldown: Teresita

IUFB3: Encyclopedia (winner also receives AT&T Cordless Telephone)
Teresita: $1000
Luis: $1100
Cassandra: $1500
Damon: 1201
OVERBID

Teresita: $920
Luis: $675*
Cassandra: $905
Damon: $674 $650
ARP: $799

PG3: Double Prices--Played for a Computer Cabinet with Compaq Desktop
Choices: $6,074 or $5,074

Luis picks $6,074

ARP: $6,074

WIN!

SCSD1
Brian #2: .85
Luis: .35+.05=.40
Brian #1: .75+.50=OVER

Brian #2 is going to the Showcase!

Fourth Calldown: Thomas

IUFB4: Keyboard
Thomas: $950*
Cassandra: $2200
Damon: $2201
Teresita: $1100
ARP: $1050

PG4: Most Expensive--Played for a Fireplace, Kitchen Safe and Artwork

Thomas picks #3

ARP of #1: $1975
ARP of #2: $895
ARP of #3: $1450

LOSS

Fifth Calldown: Valerie

IUFB5: Trash Compactor
Valerie: $600
Cassandra: $800
Damon: $801
Teresita: $1*
ARP: $479

PG5: Teresita is going to play Plinko for a chance to win up to $50,000!

SP1: Steamer, wrong price: $31 (picks 3, ARP: $37)
SP2: Globe, wrong price: $30 (picks 0, ARP: $80)
SP3: Oil/Pepper Set, wrong price: $48 (picks 4, ARP: $18)
SP4: Coin Bank, wrong price: $10 (picks 0, ARP: $30)

Teresita has won three Plinko chips for a total of four

First chip: $100
Second chip: $0
Third chip: $500
Fourth chip: $10,000
Total: $10,600

WIN!

Damon and Cassandra are stuck in Contestant's Row, so one of them will go to the FFBC. Will either of them finally make it up on stage?

Final Calldown: Shandi

IUFB6: Dinette (winner also receives Banana Nut Hot Cereal)
Shandi: $1200
Valerie: $900
Cassandra: $1000
Damon: $1201*
ARP: $2093

So Damon makes it up on stage, and Cassandra is off to the FFBC.

PG6: Cover Up--Played for a Mercury Mystique

Wrong price: $37,343

First try: $28,215 (8 and 2 are right)
Second try: $18,250 (1 and 0 are right)
Third try: $18,280

ARP: $18,280

WIN!

SCSD2
Thomas: .85
Teresita: 1.00
Damon: .25+.35=.60

BONUS SPIN
Teresita: .10

SHOWCASES
Top Winner: Teresita
Runner-Up: Brian #2

SHOWCASE 1
Wine Credenza, China, Jet Boat
Teresita passes to Brian #2, who bids $22,500

SHOWCASE 2
Queen Bed, Washer/Dryer, Grandfather Clock, Pool Table
Teresita bids $11,600

ARP of Teresita's Showcase: $10,621 (OVER)
ARP of Brian #2's Showcase: $23,310 (Difference: $810)

Brian #2 wins his Showcase, and takes home $25,876 in cash and prizes! He really redeemed himself for that classic Clock Game trainwreck!