|Production #4034K - Taped June 5, 2007|
Bob: stage entrance
First Four lineup: right to left
Models of the Day: Lanisha Cole, Rachel Reynolds and Gabrielle Tuite
Wearing: Mon Cheri
1 Golden West Billiards Table (G&L)
|ROSE ANN 1275||MAI 2100 ||CRAIG 2200||CARLEEN *2500||($2800)|
Carleen gets to complete the season's (and perhaps Barker's) last TRIPLE PLAY
|Chevy Aveo LT (Std., AT)(R)($14,865)|
|Jeep Wrangler X (Std.)(L)($18,765)|
|Ford Mustang Conv. (Std.)(G)(Not Revealed)|
2 Hypno Skates/Cortaid Advanced (G)
|+Rose Ann 1150||+Mai 900 ||+Craig *1||SHIRLEY 950 ||($810)|
Craig from Arizona plays CLOCK GAME
Comfort Spa To Go (L)($899)
1000 800 900 850 875 885 895 899 WIN! (:22 left)
Broyhill Sofa (R)($963)
1200 1100 1000 900 950 975 960 965 964 963 WIN! *$1000* (:12 left)
3 Magnussen Biltmore Wine Storage Bar/Gold Bond Powder (L&R)
|+Rose Ann 1950||+Mai 1900 ||ALICE 1200||Shirley *1250||($1650)|
Shirley plays GRAND GAME (Target: $6.00)
|(2) (Pringle's) Potato Chips (2 oz)||$||.79||$||10|
|(3) Clorox Bleach (1 gal)||1.99||100|
|(4) (Carnation) Malted Milk||4.39||1000|
|(5) Dial Complete Foaming Hand Wash||2.29||10000||WIN!|
|(1) Garlique Supplement (30)||(Not Revealed)|
|(6) Senokot Supplement (20)||(Not Revealed)|
|3,712||Craig||50 + 35||.85||Through to Showcase Round|
|11,690||Shirley||35 + 25||.60|
4 Stacked Gas Washer+Dryer/Ultra Downy (L-aboard "Little Toot")
|+Rose Ann 950||+Mai *1 ||Alice 1000||ASHLEY 1200||($899)|
Mai successfully employs the "Smeghead Gambit" to play EAZY AZ 123
|(2) Picnic Time Picnic Equipment (L)||$||460|
|(1) Pathfinder 4 pc Luggage Set (R)||1775|
|(3) Ashley Martini Dining Group (G)||1199||LOSS|
5 Capel Festival of Flowers Area Rug/Orange Glo Hardwood (R)
|+Rose Ann 950||DOMINIC 1850||Alice 1900||Ashley 914||($998)|
Rose Ann from New Jersey, the last of the "First Four", plays MONEY GAME for a Dodge Magnum (Std., Stereo, Cargo)(G)
|$0||$24 2 75 EXACTA!|
6 BBQs Galore Turbo Elite BBQ Grill (L + G w/a doggy)
|TERRY 699||Dominic 950||Alice 700||Ashley 800||($1199)|
Dominic, a laid-back Canadian Beach Bum, plays COMING OR GOING for a Yamaha Upright Piano (R)
→ $7895 WIN!
|9,094||Dominic||35 + 75||OV|
|25,313||Rose Ann||25 + 75||1.00||*$1000* Bonus 10 Through to Showcase Round|
Rita has the honor.
|SC1-Craig||PRICENESS BOOK OF WORLD RECORDS|
Dahon Helios Forlding Bicycle (L)
Wurlitzer One More Time CD Jukebox (G)
Reinell 200LSE 20' Skiboat (R)
|SC2-Rose Ann||EVERY TRIP IN THE HOUSE|
Trips to Orlando (5n),
Sao Paolo (6n @ Hyatt)(L),
Berlin (6n), and Shanghai (6n @ Radisson)(G)
LINCOLN! Town Car Signature (Std., Climate, AirBag, V8)(R)
Today's Pricing Games: 4 for 6
Total Winnings: $116,619
...and then, all that remained was Barker's Final Bow.
Well that was a very nice surprise in the 2nd showcase..I thought that the 4 trips was the big showcase but to add a Lincoln in the end. Wow imagine tomorrow!!!
This was definitely an exciting show.
Triple Play: The Chevy Aveo and Jeep were easy for Carleen, but the Mustang Convertible was a different story. When she chose $27,912......the Triple Play had been denied. Most of us in chat thought $22,000. This setup was NOT that bad...except for the fact that Carleen chose the wrong option on the last one and overpriced a Mustang Convertible.
Clock Game: Craig played this game to a T. Great job!
Grand Game: VERY Easy for Shirley. Bob let her reveal the last one herself.
Easy as 1-2-3: This was HARD!!!! Most of us in chat said Picnic first, Luggage second, Dinette third. The Luggage was most expensive?! Roger obviously wanted this lost---UGH! Tough break for Mai.
Money Game: Very easy for Rose Ann. Gets an exacta!
Coming or Going: Consensus of chat said GOING, so was the Peanut Gallery. Dominic goes and wins a piano!
Showcases: BOTH showcases were on STEROIDS!
Craig's bid didn't cover the ski boat.
Rose Ann's bid only covered the Orlando trips and the Lincoln, but not the San Paolo and Berlin trips.
It came down to whomever garfed the least---Rose Ann WINS! Almost $100,000 in cash and prizes today---nice haul!
Guys, I will NOT be able to be in chat tomorrow...I have work all day tomorrow so I will miss Barker's final Bow...but this had been a great season overall. You guys are great as always. See you guys next season.
Ah, last show before the grand finale:
The TRIPLE PLAY!!: Should not have been lost!
Clock Game: Pretty good.
Grand $ Game: That was sorta easy.
Easy as 123: Tough.
Money Game: A one-shot win for a Magnum?!
Coming or Going: Obvious choice wins here.
SC's: Those were unusually loaded! Big day for Rose Ann!
So let me see here, a good show today. The "big three" were all lost (they weren't easy to begin with) this final week, not good, but with the final day a coming, I wouldn't be surprised if they all were played tomorrow! Later.
Triple Play: I woulda blown this one on the 1st car. I was thinking Roger was being a lil' evil and making the Aveo $13K.
But, Carleen, that Mustang isn't *that* expensive gal.
Clock Game: That's just how you play this game. See Sly, John among others who've played this game well.
Eazy: WHAT?!??!?!? Is that luggage hiding gold inside or somethin?!?!
Showcase #2: What the........that Lincoln just came outta nowhere. It caught EVERYONE in the chat off guard today.
Overall: A good show today.
Yet another contestant to get tripped up by the Mustang. Roger knew there'd be a loss on that one.
WHOA! Biggest surprise ever! I don't think I was the only one to submit a bid to Tom early during that Showcase. HOTTIES:
; #316, Ashley BEST CONTESTANT OF THE DAY:
It seems like The Dob wanted to give away those three cars, but Carleen just said, "No thanks, I don't want them." Really, Triple Play was practically set up for a win (or at least I thought it was) and she blew it.
On another note, what still with people trying out values over $999 in Clock Game. Today's playing wasn't bad, but still.
Triple Play: That was a win for me. I've only gotten back into watching religiously over the last month and a half (done school + looking for a job), but as soon as I saw the Mustang I immediately thought "23000."
Grand Game: Something tells me they were looking for a win today. That was a reasonably easy setup.
1-2-3: I would've done the exact same thing. Clearly I'm suffering from dinette syndrome.
Coming or Going: If there's a 5 up there, is it ever not the last digit?
Showcases: Wow, that was a total surprise. I lowballed both of these.
i can't say much, considering the fact i missed the first half as well as SCSD #1...and i unfortunatly didn't catch the opening and grand entrance ( i really don't like it when i miss that)
Coming or Going: Wow! despite the fact that he listened to the peanut gallery (sometimes that would result in a loss...other times it's just the contestant going against them) and he gets the piano
< loves it when Drew Carey attempts to make an inspiration putt, and when it misses the hole, he just does a little second putt with the ball to sink it
( as was in his 500th show) ROFL!!!
Triple Play: Okay, let's make this a good one. I acutally like this intro of contestant and audience better than Plinko. For the Mustang, I held up the two fingers from each hand, representing the $22,150. When Carleen said $27,912. I was in complete silence. And I think that's how this game ends for the season.
Clock Game: Craig played well, but for some reason I get this notion that those that go over the $1000 mark sometimes start with $1200 and work their way down. Why can't they understand that the price does not go over $1000, even if it is the second to last episode of the season, I'll never know.
Grand Game: Why did this game feel like a cakewalk? Just avoid the supplements, and you will be in the green.
Eazy az 123: NOT!!
I just did not think the Pathfinder, the luggage set, would be that much. Kinda makes you think about More or Less a little, huh? Once again, the term Pathfinder has caught me in a trap!
Money Game: Three Exactas in a week? We got some good players here!
Coming or Going: Kinda makes me feel how the fate of the show is going to be this summer...
After seeing that 95, I knew exactly what to do. I'm a little surprised that Dominic was clueless and desperate to win that piano.
Showcases: I was expecting something related to Bob in the Priceness Showcase and was a little sad there wasn't. I'm sure Bob Barker has set at least one kind of world record. I figured Craig bidded too low. I would've said around 24000 (I would've underbidded also, but still win). For time purposes, I skimmed the Every Trip Showcase end set the DVD to Play at the end of it...or at least I thought. When I saw that Lincoln, something came out in great surprisement. If I was on stage and that was my Showcase, I would have done something to my clothes.
. I would've said 48000 on this Showcase. Rose Ann's win, in my opinion, certainly made up for the Triple Play loss. Also, this makes me think this is one of the top five biggest daytime wins if not the second biggest.
The Price is Right Game #6730Triple Play's Chevrolet Aveo, Rachel's cars
This is not only Rachel's 3,000th prize, but it is also a car! Not only that, Rachel is the only current model not to have a modeling total less than $10,000, and she still holds the record for longest string of shows with at least one car, which is 24 episodes. The current string of shows where Rachel has modeled at least one car is 15 episodes, Monday's motorhome counts as a vehicle.Shane Stirling Semi-Memorial Hyper Expensive Showcase RoundShowcase #1: Priceness Book of World Records
Dahon Helios - $599
Wurlitzer Jukebox - $8,995
Reinell 200LSE, and it's the first one in 2007. - $28,207, and it last appeared on December 21 with some parkas, which are actually $730.Showcase #2: Every Trip (and a Lincoln) in the House for 23 nights
Last things first, prize #3,007, the Lincoln Town Car Signature's price is $42,900.
Trip to Orlando - $5,110
Trip to Sao Paolo - $8,653
Trip to Berlin - $8,966
Before we move on to Shanghai, it looks like we did not offer any beer steins this season, and just for the record, they were $640 and last modeled by Starr Campbell on January 18, 2005. So any time you see beer steins, it's automatic trip to Germany. There were no steins in Season 34 either.
Now, the price of the trip to Shanghai - $6,542, and that Radisson hotel has appeared twice before, both in showcases which have two trips each (November 29 with a Paris Hyatt and January 11 with Rio).Modeling Report Card for June 14, 2007
Yes, Gabrielle continues to climb for the sixth show in a row! She's at $75,647, as for Rachel:[color=006600]!!! $102,133 !!![/color]
This is the ninth six-digit modeling total this season and Rachel's third for the season and tenth overall!
Will there be yet another six-digit modeling total, and is it more than $127,516? Tune in tomorrow night, and you'll find out.
Once again, four more GPs and 25 prizes total $224,244!
I'm a 12 year regular viewer of the show, a Shane Stirling fan, and a big Manuela Arbelαez fan!
Now, I'm a proud owner of WWE '13 for the XBox 360!
Actually that was the 2nd biggest win in daytime history but again there's tomorrow!!
2nd biggest by all of $1,300 or so, if I recall correctly. The $97,130 or so winner came during Price 6000.
Deathly curious as to if the $147,000 record will be broken tomorrow. I'll at least take a six-digit winner.
Triple Play-Ouch, the evil Mustang trips up yet another contestant. I knew it would be $22K; too bad Carleen didn't.
Clock Game-We have a player here! Can't get much better than that.
Grand Game-A nice, easy win to finish out the 1st half.
Eazy az 1 2 3-Forced loss. I don't think anyone thought the luggage would be the most expensive.
Money Game-Hmmm, the setup was a bit different in the fact that the choices for the 1st 2 numbers weren't all in a row (for example: 22, 23, 24). Oh well, it didn't matter. Roae Ann played this game perfect!
Coming or Going-A nice, easy win to end the day.
Showcases-Yay, we get to see the rare Every Trip in the House showcase. WHAT, and a Lincoln to go with it? Surprise of the Century!
Hmmm, this season has sure had some big winners with Ann
in their name.
Sigh, all that remains now is Bob's last show. It's hard to believe that after 50 years on television, his very last show will air tomorrow. With all the excitement and prizes we've seen this week, I can hardly imagine what's in store for tomorrow!
All Hail Sinfonia!
I've been once again watching the last couple of weeks(I've been a casual viewer for years, watching for weeks at a time and then taking months long breaks). I watched for about 2 months from December-February. Anyway, about today...
I knew as soon as Carleen picked $27,000 she had lost. Too bad since I think it was setup for a win(along with everything minus Easy as 1-2-3 which was evil).
Great playing of Clock Game.
YAY for Money Game being exact! 2nd day in a row a car price was right on the first guesses.
The Lincoln in the 2nd showcase also shocked me big time, I didn't see that coming at all.
Can't believe tomorrow is the last show. I am really sad despite not having been a religious watcher like most everyone here. I plan to watch all the repeats this summer(and as long as they continue) to catch up on as many episodes as I can.
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