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TPiR Recap - 9/13/2021 (TPiR Season 50 Premiere)
« on: September 13, 2021, 01:43:54 PM »
Episode #9512K (TPiR Season 50 Premiere)
Aired – 9/13/2021; Taped – 8/17/2021
Models: James O'Halloran, Rachel Reynolds
Microphone Handoff: Rachel
First Four Contestant Seating: Left to Right

First IUFB: Designer Jewelry (Ross-Simons: 10kt diamond tennis necklace, hoop earings); ARP: $6,190 (James)

PEGGI BENJAMIN DEANNE ROBERT
2482 2500 2875 3100

The winner is...
ROBERT


Robert is playing PAY THE RENT for a chance to win up to $1,000,000!

The grocery items are:

  • Nestle Tolll House Cookie Dough Ice Cream (1.5qt)
  • Fancy Feast Cat Food
  • Alka Seltzer Heartburn Chews (64ot)
  • Bowl Noodle Shrimp Soup
  • Seattle's Best Post Alley Ground Coffee
  • Mrs. Cubbinson's Stuffing (12oz)

Robert places the items in the house...

$1,000,000
 
Antacid
$100,000
 
Ice Cream
Coffee
$50,000
 
SOUP
STUFFING
$10,000
 
CAT FOOD

The ARP of the cat food is 85¢.

$1,000,000
 
Antacid
$100,000
 
Ice Cream
Coffee
$50,000
 
SOUP
STUFFING
$10,000
85¢
85¢

Robert chooses to continue.


The ARP of the soup is $1.79 and the ARP of the stuffing is $3.79 for a total of $5.58.

$1,000,000
 
Antacid
$100,000
 
Ice Cream
Coffee
$50,000
$5.58
$1.79
$3.79
$10,000
85¢
85¢

Robert chooses to continue.


The ARP of the ice cream is $5.99 and the ARP of the coffee is $7.49 for a total of $13.48.

$1,000,000
 
Antacid
$100,000
$13.48
$5.99
$7.49
$50,000
$5.58
$1.79
$3.79
$10,000
85¢
85¢

Robert chooses to bail.


The ARP of the antacid is $8.99.

$1,000,000
$8.99
$8.99
$100,000
$13.48
$5.99
$7.49
$50,000
$5.58
$1.79
$3.79
$10,000
85¢
85¢

Second IUFB: Collection of Headphones (Jabra GN: 4 pairs of wireless headphones, 2 pairs of earbuds); ARP: $1,230 (Overhead)

PEGGI BENJAMIN DEANNE SAVANNAH
1499 600 1500 900

The winner is...
SAVANNAH


Savannah is playing SQUEEZE PLAY for a trip to Iceland (RT Coach to Reykjavik, IC for a 6n stay in a bubble room at Buubble + rental car, Northern Lights viewing tour) (James).

The 0, 9 or 7 is incorrect.

         
8 0 9 7 6
 
Savannah removes the 0...

         
$ 8 9 7 6
$8976
WIN

Third IUFB: Content Creator Kit (Canon: EOS camera with 15-45mm lens, tripod, microphone, remote); ARP: $900 (James)

PEGGI BENJAMIN DEANNE BRYCE
1100 1500 1 900
CLANGERS! $500!!

The winner is...
BRYCE


Bryce, now $500 richer, is playing Money Game for 2021 Toyota CHR LE (2L engine, CVT, FWD, blackout emblem overlay, mudguards, RBP) (Rachel).

MONEY GAME

    84 50 21
    23 38 67
    46 22 75
    F 0 R

Bryce picks [22] – [$$]

22   84 50 21
    23 38 67
    46 $$ 75
    F 0 R

Bryce picks [38] – [$$]

22   84 50 21
38   23 $$ 67
    46 $$ 75
    F 0 R

Bryce picks [23] – [F]

22   84 50 21
38   F $$ 67
    46 $$ 75
    23 0 R

Bryce picks [46] – [$$]

22   84 50 21
38   F $$ 67
46   $$ $$ 75
    23 0 R

Bryce picks [46] – [$$]

22   84 50 21
38   F $$ R
46   $$ $$ 75
    23 0 67

WIN (Total Winnings: $23,173)

SCSD #1

Contestant Winnings Spin 1 Spin 2 TOTAL RESULT
Savannah $10,206 25 85 1.10
OVER
Bryce $24,573 70 STAY .40 *SHOWCASE*
Robert $106,190 60 90 1.50
OVER

Fourth IUFB: Dishwasher (Thermador: 16-place setting dishwasher); ARP: $1,799 (Rachel)

PEGGI BENJAMIN DEANNE BRENDA
750 1000 1001 700

The winner is...
DEANNE


Deanne is playing Do The Math for home theatre seats and television (Leather reclining chairs; 75in QLED smart 4K television; Blu-Ray player) (James) and designer accessories (Jimmy Choo: leather tote, wallet, glitter clutch bag, ballet flats, suede stiletto pumps) (Rachel).

± $1,088 =
THEATRE
ACCESSORIES
Deanne believes it is
+ $1,088 =
THEATRE
ACCESSORIES
+ $1,088 =
$4,158
$3,070
X

LOSS

Fifth IUFB: Foosball Table (Wooden foosball table); ARP: $1,398 (James v. Rachel)

PEGGI BENJAMIN ROBERT M. BRENDA
899 900 800 801

The winner is...
BENJAMIN


Benjamin is playing That's Too Much for a 2021 Mazda CX30 Select (2.5L engine, 6-speed AT, FWD) (Rachel).

$18,990
$20,050
$21,360
$22,685
$24,095
$ $ $
$ $ $
$ $ $
$ $ $
$ $ $
ARP:
$25,225
LOSS
$18,990
$20,050
$21,360
$22,685
$24,095
$25,500
$ $ $
$ $ $
$ $ $
$ $ $

Well, we knew this was coming for a while. That green streak ensured it. Peggi was the first called down and she's still here. Will she escape a trip to Rhodes Point, Maryland? The golden limo is waiting.

Sixth IUFB: Desktop Computer (Hewlett-Packard: 24in computer with 16GB RAM, 256GB SSD); ARP: $1,100 (Rachel)

PEGGI AUTUMN ROBERT M. BRENDA
1401 1100 1400 1200
CLANGERS!! $500!!!!

The winner is...
AUTUMN


Peggi departs while Autumn is playing Bonus Game for a new swimming pool (Modpools: 20x8 container inground pool with spa seating ,8 jets, wall window, pump systyem, wifi, LED lighting, $7500 for installation; ARP: $48,700).

First prize: Philips Pasta Maker (Rachel)
Price: $199
Guess: Lower
ARP: $300 (Wrong)


Second prize: Conair Men Hair Trimmer
Price: $65
Guess: Lower
ARP: $31 (Correct)


Third prize: Mini Touchless Vacuum
Price: $79
Guess: Higher
ARP: $114 (Correct)


Fourth prize: Oxo Mini Food Processor
Price: $50
Guess: Lower
ARP: $32 (Correct)


*
 
$31
LOWER
BONUS!
$114
HIGHER
 
$32
LOWER
 

WIN (Total Winnings: $48,877)

SCSD #2

Contestant Winnings Spin 1 Spin 2 TOTAL RESULT
Benjamin $1,398 40 25 .65
OVER
Deanne $1,799 5 40 .45
Autumn $50,477 95 STAY .95 *SHOWCASE*

THE FABULOUS SHOWCASES

Autumn has the honors...

SC1 - Autumn

50 YEARS, PULLING OUT ALL THE STOPS
  • Trip to New York City (RT Coach for 4 to New York, NY for a 5n stay in a suite at the Conrad New York Downtown + nightlife tour for 4) (Rachel)
  • Pair of Honda Monkey Motorcycles (125cc engine, 4-speed transmission, helmets) (James)
  • 2021 Nissan Frontier King Cab 4x2 SV (3.8L engine, 9-speed AT, splash guards, value truck package) (Rachel)
Bid: $32,617

SC2 - Bryce

AFTER LABOUR DAY, ENDLESS SUMMER THOUGH
  • Frozen Concoction Maker (Margaritaville: frozen machine) (Rachel)
  • Trip to Riviera Maya (RT Coach to Cancun, MX then to Riviera Maya for a 7n all-inclusive stay Sensira Resort and Spa + RT airport transportation, 1 massage each) (Rachel)
  • 2021 SunTracker Bass Buggy 18 DLX (75HP motor, Bluetooth stereo, trailer) (James)
Bid: $36,500
Autumn
$32,617
NYC/TRUCK
$54,278
$21,661
NYC/TRUCK
Bryce
$36,500
MEXICO/BOAT
$36,950
$450
MEXICO/BOAT
*WIN*
$61,523

Results: 3 out of 6 (with 1 bailout)
Winnings: $231,593
Biggest Winner: Robert ($106,190)

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Re: TPiR Recap - 9/13/2021 (TPiR Season 50 Premiere)
« Reply #1 on: September 13, 2021, 01:48:37 PM »
Lots of big prizes but lots of disappointment for a season premiere. This was probably the least impressive season premiere Iíve seen in years and itís the big 5-0. WTH?
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Re: TPiR Recap - 9/13/2021 (TPiR Season 50 Premiere)
« Reply #2 on: September 13, 2021, 01:55:36 PM »
It's not the spectacle that was the opening to Season 35, but it's no skunk either. If we averaged today's winnings over the week, we'd wind up with over $900,000, so even though we didn't get that money won on the Big Wheel, the DSW, or even Golden Road like many imagined, this show still had its moments, from arguably the first in-ground pool offered perhaps since the Cullen era, some truly fabulous Showcases where the winner wasn't that far off from a DSW, and having one of the original three games played on the season premiere is always a nice nod, and Drew even gave Bob a shout out during the opening. And best of all, it's nice to have some form of an audience back that was missing all of last season. The primetime special looks to be were the real surprises may be happening, along with perhaps other shows this week.
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Re: TPiR Recap - 9/13/2021 (TPiR Season 50 Premiere)
« Reply #3 on: September 13, 2021, 02:01:15 PM »
For everyone who played the $1,000,000 Pay The Rent at home, this should have been the solution to win the $1,000,000 prize:

ATTIC - Antacid -- $8.99
2nd FLOOR - Coffee + Cat Food -- $8.34
1st FLOOR - Ice Cream + Soup -- $7.78
MAILBOX - Stuffing -- $3.79

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Re: TPiR Recap - 9/13/2021 (TPiR Season 50 Premiere)
« Reply #4 on: September 13, 2021, 02:02:13 PM »
* Pay the Rent had exactly one solution:

Stuffing (3.79) < Soup + Ice Cream (1.79 + 5.99 = 7.78) < Cat Food + Coffee (0.85 + 7.49 = 8.34) < Antacid (8.99)

This is the first time since 1/24/14 that PtR only had one solution, so they really didn't want that million dollars won. But the $100k Robert won isn't exactly chump change.

* Good for Bryce for avoiding the 50 trap in Money Game! I wonder how many people are going to waste a pick choosing 50 this season. Great day for him overall!

* I was surprised they didn't play one of the new games on the opener.

* Overall, this felt like a good show for the middle of season opening week, but not a great season-opener show.

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Re: TPiR Recap - 9/13/2021 (TPiR Season 50 Premiere)
« Reply #5 on: September 13, 2021, 02:31:28 PM »
- Shame we didn't see Back to '72 Today, $1M Pay the Rent guaranteed the other wasn't gonna show up
- Was not expecting Showcase 1 to be as expensive as it was
- Had Bryce just added 200 to his showcase bid we could have had a DSW on the season premiere
- I guess we are gonna just waste the budget this week given it's only premiere week given how expensive the Bonus Game big prize was
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Re: TPiR Recap - 9/13/2021 (TPiR Season 50 Premiere)
« Reply #6 on: September 13, 2021, 02:35:19 PM »
I did notice one thing that wasn't there: the "you now have two years to take your trip if it is delayed by COVID-19" clause is no longer in the credits.

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Re: TPiR Recap - 9/13/2021 (TPiR Season 50 Premiere)
« Reply #7 on: September 13, 2021, 02:58:09 PM »
* Pay the Rent had exactly one solution:

Stuffing (3.79) < Soup + Ice Cream (1.79 + 5.99 = 7.78) < Cat Food + Coffee (0.85 + 7.49 = 8.34) < Antacid (8.99)

This is the first time since 1/24/14 that PtR only had one solution, so they really didn't want that million dollars won. But the $100k Robert won isn't exactly chump change.

* Good for Bryce for avoiding the 50 trap in Money Game! I wonder how many people are going to waste a pick choosing 50 this season. Great day for him overall!

Or perhaps they only wanted the big prize won if the contestant playing the game was someone who knows the show well?  Someone who has watched enough times might be the person who would know enough that, with the big prize being offered putting the small item first isn't likely to be correct.

Also glad to see that he didn't go for that (particularly on the last try), though it did seem that if they were going to stick it in as the right answer (which has happened rarely over the years), this would be the time to do it (as a season premiere, making it an easier win for many who think that is correct, even though it usually isn't).

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Re: TPiR Recap - 9/13/2021 (TPiR Season 50 Premiere)
« Reply #8 on: September 13, 2021, 02:59:05 PM »
Welcome back everyone. Gotta say that this felt more like traditional Price Is Right. Great to have an audience back! The lighted 50-year logo on the big doors looks very nice.

What a bonus prize in Bonus Game, and apparently they wanted it won.  As usual, I would have been a lot more excited if the old incandescent light board was still being used.

Iím pretty sure Bryce is not a LFAT, but regardless, nice win in Money Game.

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Re: TPiR Recap - 9/13/2021 (TPiR Season 50 Premiere)
« Reply #9 on: September 13, 2021, 03:23:11 PM »
Welcome back everyone. Gotta say that this felt more like traditional Price Is Right. Great to have an audience back! The lighted 50-year logo on the big doors looks very nice.

Speaking of the logo, did anyone happen to spot how the opening logo contained a montage of images from the show's past in the number 50? It was subtle so woulda been easy to miss if you weren't paying close enough attention. I thought that was really cool, and marks the golden anniversary of the show very nicely. I wonder if it'll change ala Jeopardy last season day to day, probably not though.

In terms of the show itself....it felt kinda underwhelming to a degree for a premiere. There were elements that really still made me miss Bob and his presence (the perfect bid in which one of the 4 contestants had bid $1 for example), perhaps extra illuminated by Pluto's reruns now and being able to see the comparison between Bob and Drew a bit more than in the past, and for a 50th anniversary, they didn't seem to play it up as much as I woulda expected, though then again they have the primetime special coming up too, so that could be part of why.

Good to see a somewhat normal show again though after last year, even with the distancing still between Drew and the contestants on stage, something I'll honestly never be able to get used to. Will take it over what we had before.

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Re: TPiR Recap - 9/13/2021 (TPiR Season 50 Premiere)
« Reply #10 on: September 13, 2021, 03:35:26 PM »
I know this game hasn't been included in every season premiere, but for me, a really good TPiR season premiere is one that kicks off with Golden Road and a fabulously expensive luxury or sports car.

Maybe later this week.

Just my opinion.

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Re: TPiR Recap - 9/13/2021 (TPiR Season 50 Premiere)
« Reply #11 on: September 13, 2021, 03:59:45 PM »
I know this game hasn't been included in every season premiere, but for me, a really good TPiR season premiere is one that kicks off with Golden Road and a fabulously expensive luxury or sports car.

Maybe later this week.

Just my opinion.

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My guess is the Primetime special features it.

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Re: TPiR Recap - 9/13/2021 (TPiR Season 50 Premiere)
« Reply #12 on: September 13, 2021, 04:05:10 PM »
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Re: TPiR Recap - 9/13/2021 (TPiR Season 50 Premiere)
« Reply #13 on: September 13, 2021, 04:41:03 PM »
Speaking of the logo, did anyone happen to spot how the opening logo contained a montage of images from the show's past in the number 50? It was subtle so woulda been easy to miss if you weren't paying close enough attention. I thought that was really cool, and marks the golden anniversary of the show very nicely.
I did notice that. Classy and a great idea.

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Re: TPiR Recap - 9/13/2021 (TPiR Season 50 Premiere)
« Reply #14 on: September 13, 2021, 04:45:32 PM »
For what it's worth, this was intended to be the second aired episode of the season (9512K).

Maybe the intended first episode wasn't worthy enough to be aired as the opener, or it is being held out until the end of the week.