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Re: 9821's The Price is Right Episode 1 - Something... interesting? - PG1
« Reply #30 on: March 31, 2020, 05:34:13 PM »
*stands at seat, polls the nonexistent audience, yells as loud as he can without cupping his hands around his mouth*

FIF TEEN HUNDRED DOLLARS!
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Re: 9821's The Price is Right Episode 1 - Something... interesting? - PG1
« Reply #31 on: March 31, 2020, 06:06:07 PM »
*sticks new tag on with pride*

Are we bidding on an sentient robot? Cuz it sounds like a evil, sentient robot.

OK, let's go with $2,222 for the all-knowing, evil, sentient robot thing.

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Re: 9821's The Price is Right Episode 1 - Something... interesting? - PG1
« Reply #32 on: March 31, 2020, 07:21:53 PM »
One and a half racks for gamesurf... *ding!*

...and technically you're bidding on 30 months of access on the "all-knowing, evil, sentient robot thing", not the robot thing itself. $2,222 for Numbers *ding!*



tpiradam, what say you?
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Re: 9821's The Price is Right Episode 1 - Something... interesting? - PG1
« Reply #33 on: March 31, 2020, 08:00:58 PM »
$1,600

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Re: 9821's The Price is Right Episode 1 - Something... interesting? - IUFB2
« Reply #34 on: April 01, 2020, 07:30:05 AM »
Why do I feel like this will be upwards of $5000...anyways the spread is so big I gotta do it...*shouts from corner of studio, maintaining social distancing*: "Sixteen-oh-one!"
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Re: 9821's The Price is Right Episode 1 - Something... interesting? - IUFB2
« Reply #35 on: April 02, 2020, 08:01:21 AM »
$1,600 for tpiradam... *ding!*

...and instant shutdown by 04 *ding!*





Well, the ARP is:



Wait, seriously? $2,970. Numbers, come up on stage!



Sorry about messing up your nametag earlier. Here, let me run backstage and actually get you one that says 123123123

*runs backstage, expect me to come back in 6 hours, and I swear this will be the last delay, or I'll buy everyone in this studio a car*
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Re: 9821's The Price is Right Episode 1 - Something... interesting? - IUFB2
« Reply #36 on: April 02, 2020, 08:09:02 AM »
Gah, I should've known. 99 bucks a month, in hindsight it was so easy.

*waits patiently for 9821*

Watch him combine the three sets of 123 and come out with 666.
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Re: 9821's The Price is Right Episode 1 - Something... interesting? - IUFB2
« Reply #37 on: April 02, 2020, 02:13:57 PM »
I just realized I've been left up here by myself.

Time to exact a little bit of revenge from an earlier show on my good friend TPIRfan.  :-)

*pulls out duct tape with bad intentions*

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Re: 9821's The Price is Right Episode 1 - Something... interesting? - IUFB2
« Reply #38 on: April 02, 2020, 02:21:35 PM »
I said I'd be back with your name on a price tag, and oh boy, did I ever do it!


Your name is on the Giant Price Tag! :P

I doubt you'll be able to take that home, so I've got a couple of prizes for you instead!


It's a leaning tower of Nintendo Switch accessories and dresser! First, that Nintendo Switch comes bundled with Let's Go, Pikachu! and a Pokť Ball Plus (but not Animal Crossing: New Horizons because 9821 took too long to start the darn show :P ). 3 additional pairs of Joy-Cons, 4 pairs of Joy-Con Charging Grips, Adjustable Charging Stand, and pair of Joy-Con Wheels are included! Also, this lovely 6 Drawer Double Dresser comes in a lovely shade of red with black tassels! This dresser extends up 38Ē, and is willing to give your room some more oomph!

If you want to win those items, you'll have to conquer the Magic Square.


The game is simple; one digit in each column is correct. Choose the right one for all three digits, and you win. If you don't, I'll even be nice and tell you which ones you didn't miss :)

So, start cracking! We don't have all day!
Reminding you about 1932... when Richard Dawson was born. I will remember $19.32, even after he Checked-Out. Feud will never be the same without you.

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Re: 9821's The Price is Right Episode 1 - Something... interesting? - IUFB2
« Reply #39 on: April 02, 2020, 02:27:38 PM »
*puts away tape*

This feels like sexed-up 2 for the Price of 1 and I'm all for it. Let's go with $615

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Re: 9821's The Price is Right Episode 1 - Something... interesting? - PG2
« Reply #40 on: April 02, 2020, 02:36:04 PM »
$615, is that correct?












*buzz!*


Nope. But how many does Numbers have right?




*ding!*

One right. Be careful this time Numbers; if you blow this chance, you're done.

Also, why are you fumbling around with your hands? I can tell you from personal experience that that doesn't look good on camera.
Reminding you about 1932... when Richard Dawson was born. I will remember $19.32, even after he Checked-Out. Feud will never be the same without you.

HYO total winnings: $117,234 + Canadian dollars

Real life winnings: $300 + $800 in gift cards

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Re: 9821's The Price is Right Episode 1 - Something... interesting? - IUFB2
« Reply #41 on: April 02, 2020, 02:48:26 PM »
I'll go with $735.

*fingers crossed*

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Re: 9821's The Price is Right Episode 1 - Something... interesting? - IUFB3
« Reply #42 on: April 02, 2020, 03:06:13 PM »
Here comes the moment of truth. For a six-thousand-something drawer and some awesome Nintendo Switch gear, is Numbers right with $735?























*Buzz! Losing horns!*









(I'll take the blame for this one, because I totally forgot to change the setup so the correct answer wasn't dead in the middle before the show started. That was unnecessarily mean.) But hey, at least you get to spend 30 months trying to negotiate with AI that humans aren't that bad! And you'll be back for our Gift Exchange. But now, we must take a commercial break. Don't go anywhere!
























I meant don't go anywhere. We're back! Announcer, who's the next contestant?

Say, have you ever heard of paying the rent?

How did the landlord find me? I'm not here; I'm my brother Pedro.

No, I mean our next contestant, PayingTheRent! Please stand, but DON'T COME ON DOWN this special episode of The Price is Right!

You solved one problem, but I still have to deal with my landlord.

Believe it or not, this next item up for bids might actually help!

A fishbowl of cash so I can finally pay him off?



No, silly, that would never fly with S&P.







Instead, we've got a refurbished revolver!



According to a wise man on Family Feud, a way to kill a lively party is with a gun. This mid-1800's revolver from Hopkins & Allen comes with a 5" octagonal barrel and can hold up to 5 .31 caliber bullets! This gun also comes with a light even patina!

Don't tempt me, Announcer. Anyways, PTR, you start the bidding.

Reminding you about 1932... when Richard Dawson was born. I will remember $19.32, even after he Checked-Out. Feud will never be the same without you.

HYO total winnings: $117,234 + Canadian dollars

Real life winnings: $300 + $800 in gift cards

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Re: 9821's The Price is Right Episode 1 - Something... interesting? - IUFB2
« Reply #43 on: April 02, 2020, 05:27:46 PM »
Iím coming on down anyway because your rent is past due.

And what in the actual f?

I have absolutely no clue what to bid here. 

One Thous...Twelve Hun....no...letís go with One Thousand!
Pardon my language, but I do believe we all need to calm the f*** down.

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Re: 9821's The Price is Right Episode 1 - Something... interesting? - IUFB3
« Reply #44 on: April 02, 2020, 07:11:54 PM »
I don't even know how much a regular unrefurbished not old one costs. Lemme try $1,495