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TPIR Recap - 06/08/2018
« on: June 08, 2018, 11:23:12 AM »
Episode #8375K
Aired Ė 6/8/2018; Taped Ė 3/25/2018
Models: Manuela Arbelaez, Amber Lancaster
Microphone Handoff: Manuela
First Four Contestant Seating: Left to Right

First IUFB: Bumper pool table (5" square legs, internal ball return system); ARP: $699 (Amber)

CHRISTOPHER CHRISTINE MANOEL CYNTORIA
637 750 525 680

The winner is...
CYNTORIA

Cyntoria is playing Cover Up for a 2018 Kia Forte LX (2L, 6-speed AT, FWD, etch protection, auto-dimming mirror, carpeted floor mats) (Manuela).

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X W O R D
         
         
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  L O S S

Second IUFB: Wireless party speaker (Diamond Box: 60hr battery, 320W, stereo); ARP: $549 (Manuela)

CHRISTOPHER CHRISTINE MANOEL KATHRYN
350 455 456 450

The winner is...
MANOEL


Manoel is playing Most Expen$ive for:

  1. Pizza Oven (Bull Outdoor Products: solid-weld construction, rock base insulation) (Amber)
  2. Designer accessories (Burberry: leather card case, canvas backpack, silk and wool blend scarf for him; silk scarf, bag with leather trim, leather card case for her) (Manuela)
  3. TV (55" OLED 4K Smart TV, HDR, cinematic color) (George)

Guess: 2.

$4129 $3450 $2000
LOSS    

Third IUFB: Designer watches (Versace: his & her watches with gold-tone ionic plating, sapphire crystal face, leather strap); ARP: $2590 (Amber)

CHRISTOPHER CHRISTINE JAVIER KATHRYN
3500 1001 1550 2200

The winner is...
KATHRYN


Kathryn is playing Time is Money for a chance to win $20,000 in cash!

The grocery items today:

  • Gold Bond Ultimate neck & chest firming cream
  • La Preferida nacho cheese sauce
  • Arm & Hammer laundry detergent packs
  • Garlique supplements
  • Kleenex tissues (3 10-packs)
CHEESE SAUCE
TISSUES
DETERGENT
SUPPLEMENT
CREAM
$0-$2.99
$3-$5.99
$6 ↑
$20,000

Is she right? *BUZZ!*

TISSUES
CHEESE SAUCE
DETERGENT
SUPPLEMENT
CREAM
$0-$2.99
$3-$5.99
$6 ↑
$11,366
TISSUES
CHEESE SAUCE
CREAM
SUPPLEMENT
DETERGENT
$0-$2.99
$3-$5.99
$6 ↑
$6,904
TISSUES
CHEESE SAUCE
SUPPLEMENT
DETERGENT
CREAM
$0-$2.99
$3-$5.99
$6 ↑
$3,534

The supplement actually ended up between the middle and right areas after she placed it in the middle, which caused the staff to think it she placed it correctly on the right area when she had not. Since they rang the bells and stopped the money counting down, they decided to award her the $3,534. TECHNICAL WIN

ARPs:

$0-$2.99
$3-$5.99
$6 ↑
TISSUES
$1.69
CHEESE SAUCE
$2.49
DETERGENT
$4.79
CREAM
$9.99
SUPPLEMENT
$12.68

SCSD #1

Contestant Winnings Spin 1 Spin 2 TOTAL RESULT
Manoel $549 70 stay .70
Cyntoria $699 70 stay .70
Kathryn $6124 40 45 .85 *SHOWCASE*

Fourth IUFB: Pair of Adirondack chairs (traditionally-styled reclining chairs with contour seats, side table) and a fireplace (Blue Rooster: cast aluminum Chiminea fireplace with pad and accessory kit); ARP: $1460 (Amber)

CHRISTOPHER CHRISTINE JAVIER ALEXANDRA
600 1125 755 800

The winner is...
CHRISTINE


Christine reveals her "I ♥ YOU DREW" shirt and plays Coming or Going for a trip to Ireland (RT coach to Kerry, IE, 6n in a signature room @ Randles Hotel Killarney; daily breakfast, private chauffeured sightseeing tour of the Wild Atlantic Way) (Manuela).

5 7 2 7 2 7 5
COMING -or- GOING

Christine sets the price to:

7 2 7 5
COMING -or- GOING

ARP: $7275. WIN!

Fifth IUFB: iPhone 8 Plus (64GB, 5.5", TouchID; dash cam smart speaker with navigation); ARP: $1029 (Overhead)

CHRISTOPHER JEFFERY JAVIER ALEXANDRA
1 999 1150 1200

The winner is...
JEFFERY


Jeffery is playing Pathfinder for a 2018 Clear Emerald Pearl Toyota Prius C One Hatchback (1.5L hybrid-electric, CVT, FWD, all-weather floor mats, cargo tote, cargo tray, PFP) (Amber).

Small prizes:

  • Mini fridge
  • Energy light
  • Tea maker
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1? EROO!

$82
$139
TEA
MAKER
$82
$139
$82

4? EROO!

$44
$78
MINI
FRIDGE
$44
$78
$44

$95
$150
ENERGY
LIGHT
$95
$150
$150
LOSS

Car ARP: $22,814.

Sixth IUFB: Indoor bike (Schwinn: resistance bike with multi-position handle, anti-slip paddles, oversized padded seat); ARP: $1299 (Manuela)

CHRISTOPHER CORRINE JAVIER ALEXANDRA
1001 700 1000 780

The winner is...
CHRISTOPHER


Christopher is playing SAFECRACKERS for a home makeover (Broyhill furniture; Plessers.com appliances; $3,500 to spend on home decor) and a laptop (15.6" full HD display, 8GB RAM, 1TB HDD) (Amber); ARP: $10,360.

ARP of the laptop is the combination to the safe. The numbers are: 0, 6, 8.

OPEN
LOCK
8
6
0

$860

*WIN*

SCSD #2

Contestant Winnings Spin 1 Spin 2 TOTAL RESULT
Jeffery $1111 5 50 .55
Christine $8735 20 50 .70 *SHOWCASE*
Christopher $11,659 35 25 .60

SHOWCASE ROUND

Christine has the honors...

SC1 - Christine

CONNOISSEUR OF THE FINER THINGS IN LIFE
  • Home spa (Beachcomber: 550 LEEP with 106 customizable jets) (Amber)
  • Two-person infrared wood sauna (LED lighting, dual wall construction) (Amber)
  • Trip to Dominican Republic (RT coach to Santo Domingo, DO, then to Samana in a rental car, 6n all-inclusive Vibe Room @ Viva Wyndham V Samana) (Amber)
  • 2018 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid Premiere (2L gas-electric, CVT, FWD, PFP) ( (Manuela)
Bid: $38,500

SC2 - Kathryn

HOLD ONTO YOUR HAT
  • Sea-Doo GTS (90HP Rotax 900 HO engine, trailer, 3 life vests) (Manuela)
  • Trip to Morocco (RT coach to Mararakech, MA, 6n superior double room @ Riad Al Badia, RT airport transportation, daily breakfast, dinner, off-roading excursion for two) (Manuela)
  • Trip to Nepal (RT coach to Kathmandu, NP, 6n @ Hyatt Regency Kathmandu, daily breakfast, scenic flightseeing tour for two) (Amber)
Bid: $23,000
Christine
$38,500
LINCOLN
$60,676
$22,176
LINCOLN
Kathryn
$23,000
TRIPS
$33,260
$10,260
TRIPS
*WIN*
$39,384

Results: 2 out of 6
Winnings: $62,137
Biggest Winner: Kathryn

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« Last Edit: September 11, 2018, 04:07:23 PM by Roadgeek Adam »
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Re: Recap Placeholder - 06/08/2018
« Reply #1 on: June 08, 2018, 06:48:03 PM »
Wow, I hadn't seen a bumper pool table on the show in years. They used to be offered a lot more often.

Time Is Money was quite, shall we say, interesting. First of all, Kathryn didn't beat the ten-second buzzer. Should she have even had a chance at the $20K? She also asked before the second chance round if she had to "get 'em all right". Drew repeated the question, said "yes" quickly, and seemed to smile condescendingly. Then the audience stared laughing and Drew started laughing. She then asked "Why is that funny?". I thought that was a great question, and that it was rude of the audience, and especially Drew, to laugh at the first one. 

Then there was the mistake on the show's part, and the awarding of the $3,534. Fair.

I would have lost the Lincoln showcase bidding against Kathryn, by the way. I bid $48,000.
« Last Edit: June 08, 2018, 06:58:40 PM by GameShowKid »

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Re: Recap Placeholder - 06/08/2018
« Reply #2 on: June 08, 2018, 07:27:39 PM »
....and seemed to smile condescendingly.

It's the contestant's responsibility to understand how to play the game they're given. If she didn't know what she was doing (and boy, she was totally clueless), she should have asked questions before beginning the game. Her whole scatter-brained act had me rooting against her the entire time.
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Re: Recap Placeholder - 06/08/2018
« Reply #3 on: June 08, 2018, 08:19:40 PM »
It's the contestant's responsibility to understand how to play the game they're given. If she didn't know what she was doing (and boy, she was totally clueless), she should have asked questions before beginning the game. Her whole scatter-brained act had me rooting against her the entire time.
But she did ask the question before the second round started. The gameplay is different in each round. Maybe she thought that she would at least get something for getting some of the prices correct. It just seemed to me that the laughter was laughter at the contestant for what I thought was a reasonable question. That would be rude in my book.
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Re: Recap Placeholder - 06/08/2018
« Reply #4 on: June 08, 2018, 08:49:11 PM »
It's the contestant's responsibility to understand how to play the game they're given.

I'm pretty sure this is not true at all. Let's say she had them all correct, but a bit "outside" the 10 seconds...would they have given her the 20K? Standards and Practices may want to have a chat with you here.

The fact that the contestant wasn't sure about "one at a time" implies the explanation was not on point. This leads to my suggestion (again) for this game. Rather than make a contestant "race" to move the items, have a bag with all of the items in it for the contestant to place.

Meanwhile, here's what I don't get. That Lincoln is really nice....like REALLY, REALLY nice. But it is buried at the end of a showcase like it is a Ford Fusion. Really...close youe eyes, listen to the description and it's like they never offered something nice. So, why offer it AT ALL!
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Re: Recap Placeholder - 06/08/2018
« Reply #5 on: June 08, 2018, 09:24:25 PM »
You think the show is in budget mode at this time , and BOOM , they come out with a Lincoln during the showcase.
This is also the 1st $60,000+ showcase offered since the Halloween show 2015.

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Re: Recap Placeholder - 06/08/2018
« Reply #6 on: June 08, 2018, 10:15:48 PM »
Kathryn should NOT have won any money on Time is Money. Sometimes luck is on your side.

Also, that showcase with the Lincoln was super expensive. I wouldíve lost by a few hundred dollars, as my bid was $50,118.

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Re: TPIR Recap - 06/08/2018
« Reply #7 on: June 09, 2018, 07:50:10 AM »
I liked the crossword theme for Cover Up.

I had a bad feeling that the pizza oven was the most expensive pick for Manoel; instead he had to pick his (almost) namesake's prize and fall into the trap.

Kathryn is probably the most undeserving winner in Time is Money's short history; she did everything Drew specifically told her NOT to do.

A Lincoln in the Showcase? Where did that come from?

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Re: TPIR Recap - 06/08/2018
« Reply #8 on: June 09, 2018, 10:53:11 AM »
Kathryn is probably the most undeserving winner in Time is Money's short history; she did everything Drew specifically told her NOT to do.

What did Drew say for her to not do that she did? I FFed that segment on the DVR recording (due to preconceived notions about Time Is Money), and so I didn't get everything.

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Re: TPIR Recap - 06/08/2018
« Reply #9 on: June 09, 2018, 11:38:37 AM »
What did Drew say for her to not do that she did? I FFed that segment on the DVR recording (due to preconceived notions about Time Is Money), and so I didn't get everything.

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Re: TPIR Recap - 06/08/2018
« Reply #10 on: June 09, 2018, 12:26:05 PM »
- donít look at the audience
- donít waste time

Thanks-- just wanted to know! Apparently, she did what Drew also says for players not to do with Race Game and Bonkers.

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Re: TPIR Recap - 06/08/2018
« Reply #11 on: June 09, 2018, 02:26:57 PM »
I FFed that segment on the DVR recording

Is it bad that I always either FF or mute Time Is Wasted? My confession: I hate it more than that That's Too Bad or Stack the Losses.

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Re: TPIR Recap - 06/08/2018
« Reply #12 on: June 10, 2018, 06:59:54 AM »
Not a huge fan of "Time is Money".  The game itself is okay, the concept is decent, but it doesn't lend itself for audience play along, nor home viewer play along it seems.

It's rare it seems too, but I may be quite mistaken, that it's either a $20,000 win or $0.  Not too often you get wins in between but I don't have a list of comprehensive statistics to back up that claim either.

That being said, I'd rather them play a grocery item game than not.  I like that they had a GP game and a SP game too.  Seems many shows now they are unable to have both due to additional time constraints.

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Re: TPIR Recap - 06/08/2018
« Reply #13 on: June 10, 2018, 11:02:08 AM »
Time is Money doesn't have the same play along ability of say Grand Game or It's in the Bag, but I like that it brings a different concept to the show. You could say other timed games like Race Game, Switcheroo, Clock Game (definitely since it shows the price on the screen) and Bonkers aren't play along games either.


I believe we see a GP and SP game together in a show more often than not. They can work around the time constraints using the quick games and playing car games that don't take as long to play or only use 2-3 small prizes, plus ediitng.

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Re: TPIR Recap - 06/08/2018
« Reply #14 on: June 10, 2018, 07:24:31 PM »
Timed pricing games are still play along (except of course for Clock Game). You just think of the order before time runs out or before the contestant beats you to it.