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TPiR Recap - 6/25/2019
« on: June 25, 2019, 12:16:13 PM »
Episode #8524K
Aired – 6/25/2019; Taped – 10/1/2018
Models: James O'Halloran, Rachel Reynolds
Microphone Handoff: Rachel
First Four Contestant Seating: Left to Right

First IUFB: Pair of Laptops (12.3in display with 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD); ARP: $1,998 (James)

ERIC CHRISTINA WILLIAM TRACY
1100 1600 850 1000

The winner is...
CHRISTINA


Christina, from Los Angeles, California, is playing Cover Up for a 2018 Chevrolet Trax LT (1.4L engine, 6-speed AT, FWD, convenience package, paint/fabric protection) (Rachel). The things being covered up are Chanukkah related.

        3
      9 8
    1 5 2
  4 7 3 0
2 8 3 2 9
3 7 9 8 6
C H A N U
         
         
        3
      9 8
    1   2
      3  
  8 3 2 9
3 7 9 8 6
2 4 7 5 0
         
         
        3
      9 8
    1   2
      3  
  8 3 2  
3 7 9 8 6
2 4 7 5 9
2 4 7 5 6
         

LOSS

Second IUFB: Camera (Olympus Pen: 16.1MP Mirrorless camera with 2 256GB memory cards); ARP: $920 (Overhead)

ERIC LISA WILLIAM TRACY
851 729 850 929

The winner is...
ERIC


Eric, from Texas, is playing One Wrong Price for:

  1. Treadclimber (Bowflex: Treadclimber with 1 cardio mat) (James)
  2. Range (Range with double convection oven courtesy of Plessers.com) (Rachel)
  3. Television (55in curved 4K LED smart TV) (Rachel)
$3098 $2199 $2450
TREADCLIMBER RANGE TELEVISION

Eric picks the television...

$3098 $2199 $2450
$3098 $2199 $1300
    WIN

Third IUFB: Ping Pong Table (Joola: Tour 2500 with table, robotic trainer, accessories); ARP: $1,215 (Rachel)

WILLIAM T. LISA WILLIAM K. TRACY
600 875 1200 1201

The winner is...
TRACY


Tracy, from Kansas City, Missouri, is playing Hot Seat for a chance to win up to $20,000 in cash!

Tracy uses their 35 seconds to make these guesses:

$49
COIN SORTER
$70
IRON
$59
LAMINATOR
$80
NAIL DRYER
$150
HAND VACUUM

For $500, does she have the nail dryer right?

$49
COIN SORTER
$70
IRON
$59
LAMINATOR
$35
NAIL DRYER
$150
HAND VACUUM

Tracy decides to play on. For $2,500, does She have the laminator right?

$49
COIN SORTER
$70
IRON
$82
LAMINATOR
$35
NAIL DRYER
$150
HAND VACUUM

Tracy decides to play on. For $5,000, does She have the vacuum right?

$49
COIN SORTER
$70
IRON
$82
LAMINATOR
$35
NAIL DRYER
$200
HAND VACUUM

Tracy decides to bail. For $10,000, did She have the iron right?

$60
COIN SORTER
$40
IRON
$82
LAMINATOR
$35
NAIL DRYER
$200
HAND VACUUM

BAILOUT (Total Winnings: $5,317)

SCSD #1

Contestant Winnings Spin 1 Spin 2 TOTAL RESULT
Christina $1,998 70 STAY .70
OVER
Tracy $6,532 75 STAY .75
Eric $7,517 60 40 1.00 *$1,000!*


Contestant Winnings Spin 1 TOTAL RESULT
Eric $8,517 80 .80 *SHOWCASE*

Fourth IUFB: His and Her Travel Accessories (Lo & Sons: Weekender bag, backpack for him; 3 leather and 2 canvas bags for him, 2 luggage tags); ARP: $1,388 (Rachel)

WILLIAM T. LISA WILLIAM K. RACHEL
700 750 751 350

The winner is...
WILLIAM K.


William K., the last of the First Four, is playing Double Prices fora massage chair and sauna (Ogawa USA: Smart massage chair with 1 smart touchpad; 2-person infared sauna with LED lighting) (James).

$11,999
$
$8,441
$11,999
$11,999
WIN

Fifth IUFB: Countertop Appliances (Zojirushi: 3 appliances); ARP: $735 (James)

WILLIAM T. LISA ELENA RACHEL
600 601 900 450

The winner is...
LISA


Lisa is playing Card Game for a 2018 Tangerine Orange Toyota Prius C1 Hatchback (1.5L hybrid engine, CVT, FWD, door edge guards) (Rachel).

The starting price is
$15,000
. The target range is
$1,000
Lisa draws a
9♠
.
$15,900
Lisa draws a
A♥
.
$21,793
Lisa stops at
$21,793
ARP is
$22,070
For a difference of
$277
For a result of
WIN

Sixth IUFB: Electric Scooter (Swagtron: 3-speed electric scooter with helmet); ARP: $699 (James)

WILLIAM T. DOMINICK ELENA RACHEL
641 640 595 500

The winner is...
WILLIAM T.


William T., from San Luis Obispo, California, is playing SAFECRACKERS for a trip to Denmark (RT Coach to Copenhagen, DE for a 6n stay in a luxury junior sutie at 71 Hyhavn Hotel + daily breakfast) (James) and a collection of headphones (Listen Sound Co: 2 wireless headphones, 2 wired; 2 16GB memory card; ARP: $16,080) (James).

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

OPEN
LOCK
8
6
0

$860

SCSD #2

Contestant Winnings Spin 1 Spin 2 TOTAL RESULT
William $13,387 85 STAY .85
William T. $16,779 35 95 1.30
OVER
Lisa $22,805 80 10 .90 *SHOWCASE*

THE FABULOUS SHOWCASES

Lisa has the honors...

SC1 - Eric

BREATH OF FRESH AIR
  • Outdoor Furniture (CozyDays: Wicker Sofa, 2 chairs and coffee table) (James)
  • Trip to Fiji (RT Coach to Fiji for a 6n stay in a premium oceanview room at the Pearl Resort + daily breakfast, 3 course dinner, unlimited non-motorized watersports, 1 massage each) (James)
  • Ski Boat (Bayliner: 160 Bowrider with 60HP 4-stroke Mercury outboard motor, automatic bilge pump, trailer) (Rachel)
Bid: $34,000

SC2 - Lisa

BEST STREET STYLES
  • Collection of Sneakers (Cole Haan: 10 pairs of sneakers (5 for him, 5 for her)) (Rachel)
  • Trip to Thailand (RT Coach to Bangkok, TH for a 7n stay in an executive studio suite at Park Plaza Bangkok Soi 18 + daily breakfast, airport transfers, 2 massages each, $200 food and beverage credit; guided walking food tour) (Rachel)
  • 2018 Ford Fiesta SE (1.6L engine, FWD, 6-speed AT, cargo organizer, cooler bag) (James)
Bid: $32,418 2
Eric
$34,000
FIJI/BOAT
$29,643
FIJI/BOAT
Lisa
$32,418
BANGKOK/CAR
$30,417
BANGKOK/CAR

Results: 4 out of 6 (with 1 bailout)
Winnings: $70,018
Biggest Winner: Lisa ($22,805)

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Re: TPiR Recap - 6/25/2019
« Reply #1 on: June 25, 2019, 01:51:05 PM »
Why does it seem like there are so many folks in contestant's row who mistakenly think that they have the winning bid, like on today's show?  I've been noticing this for quite a while now. I can't identify anything that Drew is doing differently than Bob did, so it must be something else. Any ideas?

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Re: TPiR Recap - 6/25/2019
« Reply #2 on: June 25, 2019, 02:23:59 PM »
Why does it seem like there are so many folks in contestant's row who mistakenly think that they have the winning bid, like on today's show?  I've been noticing this for quite a while now. I can't identify anything that Drew is doing differently than Bob did, so it must be something else. Any ideas?

I can't speak for anyone that visited the studio with Bob present, but it's so loud in there. You can barely make out what Drew is saying sometimes, so I think people just mishear or get overly excited.
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Re: TPiR Recap - 6/25/2019
« Reply #3 on: June 25, 2019, 02:34:00 PM »
And even if you can hear the bids (good luck), there's no tote board on the contestants' side of contestants' row to remind you of what the bids were unless you look at the TVs hanging from the ceiling. Between nerves and noise, it's easy to simply forget someone bid $100 more than you and think you won when you didn't.

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Re: TPiR Recap - 6/25/2019
« Reply #4 on: June 25, 2019, 05:14:19 PM »
What a fantastic win in Card Game! Excellent bid. :-)

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Re: TPiR Recap - 6/25/2019
« Reply #5 on: June 28, 2019, 08:13:20 AM »
As soon as I saw the theme in Cover Up, I knew that it had to be the second preempted episode from earlier in the season, thanks in large to the coverage of Bush 41's death.

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Re: TPiR Recap - 6/25/2019
« Reply #6 on: July 09, 2019, 11:45:56 PM »
Why does it seem like there are so many folks in contestant's row who mistakenly think that they have the winning bid, like on today's show?  I've been noticing this for quite a while now. I can't identify anything that Drew is doing differently than Bob did, so it must be something else. Any ideas?
Iíve noticed this trend as well and I think Iíve figured it out. When Drew sees the ARP, if he notices that a contestant has just overbid on a price, he looks directly at that player as his voice inflected differently than usual. Then he looks to find who actually won the prize. By this point, the contestant who Drew looked at first thinks that they won because itís so loud and Drew is looking directly at them so they begin to come up on stage.

Bob would not usually point out when a contestant barely overbid on a prize. He would read the price and identify the winner not paying much attention to the three losing bids. In Bobís later years he seemed to pay even less attention to anyone who overbid, even by $1. And if he did acknowledge it, it would be after he looked at the winner and confirmed they would be coming up on stage.