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February 2, 1987
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Kyle Aletter (now Oldham, the daughter of Lee Meriwether) fills in for Janice Pennington, who is out of action for this week.

First Four: Tonnette, William, Gina, Lynn

IUFB1: Stereo System
Lynn: $900
Gina: $800
William: $785
Tonnette: $901*
ARP: $1295

PG1: Golden Road--Played for a Dinette Set, a Console Piano and something worth more than $28,000---a Lincoln Town Car!!!

Baking Soda: 39

Dinette: $?74; picks 3, is wrong (ARP: $974)


Second Calldown: Helen

IUFB2: Cheval Mirror (winner also receives Pearl Drops Smoker's Toothpolish)
Helen: $900
Lynn: $1600
Gina: $750
William: $1000*
ARP: $1100

PG2: Grand Game

Target price: $1.30

GP1: Cutex Nail Polish Remover
GP2: Libby's Chicken Vienna Sausage
GP3: Hershey's Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips
GP4: Sue Bee Honey
GP5: Jolly Time Popcorn
GP6: Creamettes Spaghetti

First pick: Nail Polish Remover--$1.19, wins $10
Second pick: Sausage--51, wins $100
Third pick: Spaghetti--79, wins $1,000

William decides to continue

Fourth pick: Popcorn--99, wins $10,000!!!

Other ARP's: Chocolate Chips--$1.89, Honey--$1.39


Third Calldown: Janet

IUFB3: Motorcycle
Janet: $1200
Helen: $1600
Lynn: $1400*
Gina: $1601
ARP: $1498

PG3: Most Expensive--Played for a Secretary Desk, Console Table with 2 Ottomans and Refrigerator/Freezer

Lynn picks #2

ARP of #1: $1,955
ARP of #3: $1,299
ARP of #2: $1,657


Tonnette: .10+1.00=OVER
Lynn: .30+.20=.50
William: .60 .75

William is going to the Showcase!

Fourth Calldown: Philip

IUFB4: Luggage
Philip: $650
Gina: $525
Janet: $800
Helen: $600*
ARP: $620

PG4: Take Two--Played for a Chaise, Tea Service, Fireplace and Range (also a Play-Along Game, with the home contestant being Ethel Rang of Cuyahoga Falls, OH)

Target price: $1,549

First try: Chaise ($1,088) and Range ($699), TOTAL--$1,787
Second try: Chaise ($1,088) and Fireplace ($399), TOTAL--$1,487

Correct Solution: Fireplace ($399) and Tea Service ($1,150)


Fifth Calldown: Susan

IUFB5: Exercise Equipment (winner also receives Gold Line Vitamins)
Susan: $900
Philip: $1500
Gina: $999*
Janet: $1501
ARP: $1000

PG5: Range Game--Played for a Bedroom Group

Range: $2,200-$2,800

Gina stops rangefinder at $2,415-$2,565

ARP: $2,600


Final Calldown: Jamie

IUFB6: Area Rug
Jamie: $750
Janet: $800
Susan: $300*
Philip: $801
ARP: $425

PG6: Switcheroo--Played for a Mazda 626, and these four prizes...

SP1: Sweeper
SP2: Hand Shower
SP3: Socket Set
SP4: Hair Setter

Hand Shower--$?0
Socket Set--$?8
Hair Setter--$?5

Missing numbers: 2, 3, 4, 5, 7

First try: 7/4/2/5/3 (1 right)
Second try: 5/7/4/3/2 (1 right)

Wins Hair Setter

Other ARPs: Car--$11,733, Sweeper--$40, Hand Shower--$50, Socket Set--$78


Susan: .25+.05=.30
Helen: .45
Gina: .55

Gina is going to the Showcase!

Top Winner: William
Runner-Up: Gina

Evening Gown, Tuxedo, His & Hers Diamond Watches, Paris, Dodge Diplomat
William bids $28,000

Projection TV, Hot Dog Cart, Washer/Dryer, Fishing Boat
Gina bids $14,000

During the first Showcase, Holly and Rod (who announces in a recorded voiceover) model the gown and tuxedo, respectively; the 1983 Jewelry Cue plays over the first three prizes, and the cue for the car is the sax version of the 1983 Car Cue.

ARP of Gina's Showcase: $11,785 (OVER)
ARP of William's Showcase: $21,460 (OVER)

Sadly, the show ends in a Double-Overbid.