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TPiR Recap - 4/2/2021
« on: April 02, 2021, 01:11:41 PM »
Episode #9375K
Aired – 4/2/2021; Taped – 2/22/2021
Models: Devin Goda, Amber Lancaster
Microphone Handoff: N/A (due to COVID19)
First Four Contestant Seating: 3, 4, 1, 2

First IUFB: Television (Legacybox: 20-item mail-in kit; 32in QLED smart 4K television); ARP: $1,200 (Amber and Devin)

JOSE ALISA EDGAR SAMEIA
1550 1200 850 1250
CLANGERS! $500!!

The winner is...
ALISA


Alisa, now $500 richer, is playing Danger Price for:

  1. Jukebox (Victrola: 50in jukebox with CD player, remote) (Amber)
  2. Handbags & Shoes (Kate Spade: 6 leather handbags, satin stilletto sandals, flats, glittery pumps)
  3. Power Tools (Greenworks: drill driver, impact dirver, two saws, impact wrench, rotary hammer, angle grinder, shop blower; Husky: 2 batteries, tool bench) (Devin)
  4. Fridge (25cuft 4dr stainless steel French door fridge) (Devin)
$1458
HANDBAGS
TOOLS
JUKEBOX
FRIDGE
$1458
$2342
TOOLS
JUKEBOX
FRIDGE
$1458
$2342
TOOLS
JUKEBOX
$3199
$1458
$2342
TOOLS
$850
$3199

WIN

Second IUFB: Chaise Longue (2-piece modular chaise with matching ottoman; 32GB tablet, fleece throw blanket); ARP: $830 (Amber)

JOSE LARHONDA EDGAR SAMEIA
651 499 500 650

The winner is...
JOSE


Jose, a butcher from Los Angeles, California, is playing Let 'Em Roll for a 2021 Kia Soul LX (2L engine, IVT, FWD; ARP: $20,110) (Devin).

Jose will guess the prices of these items:

  • Van's Gluten Free The Perfect 10 Crackers (4oz)
  • Lysol Hygienic Automatic Toilet Bowl Cleaners (2ct)
  • R. W. Knudsen Organic Just Tart Cherry Organic Juice (32oz)

The price of the crackers is...
$3.49 * *
CRACKERS CLEANER JUICE
Jose guesses the cleaners are more...
$3.49 $4.99 *
CRACKERS CLEANER JUICE
Jose guesses the juice is less...
$3.49 $4.99 $6.49
CRACKERS CLEANER JUICE

Jose has 2 rolls.


Roll 1:

500
500
1,000
1,000
CAR

Roll 2:

CAR
CAR
1,500
1,500
CAR

Third IUFB: Designer Luggage (Mancini Leather Goods: 6 suitcases, leather backpack, leather messenger bag); ARP: $1,820 (Devin and Amber)

WILLIAM LARHONDA EDGAR SAMEIA
2000 1501 2100 1520

The winner is...
SAMEIA


Olivia is playing Double Cross for trip to the Catskill Mountains (RT Coach to Albany, NY then to Rhinebeck for a 6n stay in at Mirbeau Inn & Spa + daily breakfast, spa treatment each, mountainside picnic) (Amber) and a trip to Myrtle Beach (RT Coach to Myrtle Beach, SC for a 6n stay at the Marriott Myrtle Beach Resort and Spa at Grand Dunes + daily breakfast, spa treatment each, surf lesson for 2) (Amber)

 
CATSKILLS
 
CATSKILLS
 
MYRTLE BEACH
 
MYRTLE BEACH
5
6
3
7
6
9
2
6
4
5
9
8
0

Sameia sets the screens to:

 
CATSKILLS
 
CATSKILLS
 
MYRTLE BEACH
 
MYRTLE BEACH
5
6
3
7
6
9
2
6
4
5
9
8
0

ARPs: $7,692 and $6,457. LOSS

SCSD #1

Contestant Winnings Spin 1 Spin 2 TOTAL RESULT
Sameia $1,820 90 STAY .90
Jose $3,830 70 85 1.55
OVER
Alisa $9,549 90 STAY .90 *OVERTIME*

Contestant Winnings Spin 1 TOTAL RESULT
Sameia $1,820 25 .25
Alisa $9,549 75 .75 *SHOWCASE*

Fourth IUFB: Vanity and Cosmetic Package (Wooden vanity with brass leg, swivel chair; FHI Heat hair dryer; Stilla Cosmetics: 37-piece set); ARP: $1,933 (Amber)

WILLIAM LARHONDA EDGAR GAIL
851 1 852 850

The winner is...
EDGAR


Edgar, the last of the First Four, is playing Ten Chances for water filtration pitcher, a laptop computer (Acer: 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD) (Devin), and a 2021 White Diamond Mitsubishi Mirage G4 ES (1.2L engine, CVT, FWD, welcome package, all-weather package, paint/fabric protection) (Amber)

PRIZE Pitcher
504
Laptop
3079
CAR
90817
ARP 40 730 18790
GUESS 40 739 970 793 973 930 730 19780 18907 19870
 
                LOSS

Fifth IUFB: Collection of Activity Trackers (Garmin: 5 trackers); ARP: $1,350 (Overhead)

WILLIAM LARHONDA JOHN GAIL
900 1600 850 1500

The winner is...
WILLIAM


William is playing Flip Flop for a new home gym (Nexersys: interactive boxing trainer; Bowflex: Comfort Tech treadmill; Inspire Fitness: indoor flywheel bike; InBody: smart scale) (Devin).

85 42

William FLIP FLOPS to

58 24

ARP be...

58 42

LOSS

Sixth IUFB: Skateboard (BoardUp: Portable, foldable skateboard); ARP: $700 (Amber)

GEORGINA LARHONDA JOHN GAIL
950 1 551 975

The winner is...
JOHN


John is playing SECRET X for a pizza oven and dining table (Bull: Italian-made propane pizza oven; CozyDays: extendable table with 4 chairs; ARP: $7,999) (Devin).

John places the free X...

The small prizes are:

  1. Gourmia: Cold brew coffee maker (Amber)
  2. Cuisinart: 3qt Fondue Pot
X
?
 
 
?
 
 
?
 

$119
$160
COFFEE MAKER

$119
$160
$119
X
?
 
 
?
 
 
?
 

$37
$70
FONDUE POT

$37
$70
$70
X
 
 
X
 
 
 
 

WIPEOUT

SCSD #2

Contestant Winnings Spin 1 Spin 2 TOTAL RESULT
John $700 55 70 1.25
OVER
William $1,350 55 75 1.30
OVER
Edgar $2,703 65 .65 *SHOWCASE*

THE FABULOUS SHOWCASES

Alisa has the honors...

SC1 -

MAGICAL SHOWCASE
  • Trip to the Bahamas (RT Coach to the Bahamas then to Harbour Island for a 6n stay in a 1br luxury villa at Valentines Residences Resort and Marina) (Devin)
  • Poker Room (ECI Furniture: Solid pine wood flipover card table with cup and chipholders; 4 chairs; home bar with wine rack, dry sink, 2 contoured stools) (Amber)
  • 2021 Kia Forte FE (2L engine, IVT, FWD, cargo net) (Devin)
Bid: $28,500

SC2 - Edgar

SPRING HAS SPRUNG
  • Trip to Chicago (RT Coach to Chicago, IL for a 5n stay at Hotel Audrey + daily breakfast, lunch & dinner, river cruise and deep dish pizza making lesson) (Amber)
  • Trip to Lake Tahoe (RT Coach to Reno, NV then to Lake Tahoe for a 6n stay in a standard suite at the Lake Hotel Resort Hotel + daily breakfast, lunch & dinner, private hiking for 2) (Amber)
  • 2021 Harley-Davidson Iron 883 (883cc engine, 5-speed transmission, adjustable rear shocks, helmet) (Devin)
Bid: $32,000
Alisa
$28,500
BAHAMAS/CAR
$38,267
$9,767
BAHAMAS/CAR
*WIN*
$47,816
EDGAR
$32,000
TRIPS/CYCLE
$22,380
TRIPS/CYCLE

Results: 1 out of 6
Winnings: $58,219
Biggest Winner: Alisa

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Re: TPiR Recap - 4/2/2021
« Reply #1 on: April 02, 2021, 01:12:54 PM »
With only one car symbol showing after my first roll, I would have rolled again as well. And the second roll didn’t “cost” the contestant anything. 😊

10 Chances! One of my favorite games! The player and at least one of those in Contestant’s Row definitely did not know the “zero rule”. He had three chances for the car, but one can be considered wasted because of this. Reasonable use of the other two; I thought the car was $19K as well.
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Re: TPiR Recap - 4/2/2021
« Reply #2 on: April 02, 2021, 02:07:11 PM »
Just like the show that aired on my birthday (2/22), it wasn't all that great. Both featured Double Cross losses, except that this time it was a tougher setup to the point where Drew gave is "What?" reaction, often indicating a tougher setup. Both possibilities followed the distance rule and were at least $5K, but the higher pair ended up being the correct choice. Let 'Em Roll featured "gourmet"-level juice for a decent-sized container that was missed, but at least $3K isn't too shabby. Secret "X" shouldn't have been handled as badly as it was, given the fairly generous setup of center X and SPs that weren't so tough, and frankly, we almost missed out on revealing its location based on Drew's banter after the wipeout. 10 Chances wasn't badly played, but it wasn't great either, and $18K is a little higher than normal for a Mirage (note how you can hear the marker just like in many Match Game episodes?). Flippy was your typical contestant who went a bit too far, knowing that the only reason to Flip and Flop is if the Flop would result in a 5, 9, or 0, and it wasn't here. Danger Price was the only win thanks to jukebox technology that allows them to be purchased for a fraction of the price compared to the "On The Radio" days. Showcase #1 was tricky with an expensive Bahamas trip, and I felt that the CR bidder with her $35K suggestion was crazy, but it turned out to be a very good guess. Showcase #2 was more straight forward, but come on, $32K for a non-car/boat/trailer SC? Just not the wisest move and it was clear who the winner was as soon as his bid was locked in. A 1+.5+.5/6 show is pretty similar to a 2/6 overall, but average is all I can say about today's show.
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Re: TPiR Recap - 4/2/2021
« Reply #3 on: April 02, 2021, 04:25:10 PM »
With only one car symbol showing after my first roll, I would have rolled again as well.
With me, $3000 with one car and one roll left is in the "How badly do I need $3000?" zone. The "expected cash value" of the roll, if you don't win the car, is about $2133.

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Re: TPiR Recap - 4/2/2021
« Reply #4 on: April 02, 2021, 05:05:19 PM »
With me, $3000 with one car and one roll left is in the "How badly do I need $3000?" zone. The "expected cash value" of the roll, if you don't win the car, is about $2133.
That's a good question to me as well. I'll officially add what I was thinking: with one roll left, and one car symbol & $3000 showing, I would have rolled again as well. :)

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Re: TPiR Recap - 4/2/2021
« Reply #5 on: April 02, 2021, 06:09:07 PM »
For me, it's borderline painful to watch someone play 10C without knowing the zero rule. Every guess without the zero rule I was like "NO!!"

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Re: TPiR Recap - 4/2/2021
« Reply #6 on: April 02, 2021, 11:35:59 PM »
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Re: TPiR Recap - 4/2/2021
« Reply #7 on: April 02, 2021, 11:48:07 PM »
Larhonda and Gail were both very loud during Ten Chances.  They were also very wrong during Ten Chances.  There is nothing quite so annoying as people shouting bids that don't end in zero over everyone else in the room (which, granted, isn't very hard right now, but still).
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Re: TPiR Recap - 4/2/2021
« Reply #8 on: April 03, 2021, 01:05:24 AM »
Larhonda and Gail were both very loud during Ten Chances.  They were also very wrong during Ten Chances.  There is nothing quite so annoying as people shouting bids that don't end in zero over everyone else in the room (which, granted, isn't very hard right now, but still).

If other contestants are shouting non-zero bids, that begs the question...are they intentionally sabotaging someone to lose in hopes they get up on stage and then get to spin later in Showcase Showdown by winning and pushing the other contestant to lose?

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Re: TPiR Recap - 4/2/2021
« Reply #9 on: April 03, 2021, 01:11:29 AM »
^Nah. One of the contestants in the row was the reason why Edgar bid $32,000 on his showcase.
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Re: TPiR Recap - 4/2/2021
« Reply #10 on: April 03, 2021, 02:18:56 PM »
If other contestants are shouting non-zero bids, that begs the question...are they intentionally sabotaging someone to lose in hopes they get up on stage and then get to spin later in Showcase Showdown by winning and pushing the other contestant to lose?

I don't think anything could be ever more opposed to the spirit of The Price is Right than intentionally trying to cost somebody else a car so they can (maybe) have a 3% greater chance of winning the SCSD later.

Give the contestants some credit, they're wrong but they're playing in good faith.
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Re: TPiR Recap - 4/2/2021
« Reply #11 on: April 03, 2021, 03:11:46 PM »
Also good to keep in mind the zero rule has never been verbalized. Unless you're a die hard fan like one of us or someone very observant who watches every 10 Chances playing the zero rule can go unnoticed. That on top of nerves getting the best of you can lead to guesses not ending in 0.

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Re: TPiR Recap - 4/2/2021
« Reply #12 on: April 03, 2021, 03:44:59 PM »
Pretty easy Danger Price, the tools were the most likely to be $1,458.

They've been making the setups for the GP portion pretty mean lately in Let em Roll. $3,000 certainly would've been tempting to take with just 1 roll left, I might've rolled again just to see if I could get more cash. At least he didn't lose anything in the end rolling again.

Tough Double Cross, 3 of the 4 options were quite viable.

Ugh, 10 Chances started off so promising getting the pitcher in 1 try. The laptop should've been really easy, with $730 and $790 the only options making sense ($3xx being too low and $9xx being too high).

Can't blame John too much for wiping out on Secret X, the fake prices were at least somewhat deceptive. First wipeout since season 45 I believe.

If other contestants are shouting non-zero bids, that begs the question...are they intentionally sabotaging someone to lose in hopes they get up on stage and then get to spin later in Showcase Showdown by winning and pushing the other contestant to lose?
That's completely unimaginable, from what it looks like the contestants are very supportive of each other and want everyone to win. Even if the on-stage contestant loses, there's no guarantee the next one will win anyway.