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Offline Nickrj

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1972 ep with 2 player Bullseye I: September 28, 1972
« on: June 11, 2006, 11:18:51 AM »
TPIR with 2-Player Auction


This episode aired in Late Sept/Early Oct 1972. This was when they had newer
panels to the left of the turntable.


Bob thanks everyone for the nice reponse to TnPIR.


Item #1 Cookware from Saladmaster


Carolyn Helen Pat  Eleanor
250     179     89      185


ARP is $300 for Carolyn


Grocery Game is up first with these Groceries


Ragu Spaghetti Sauce
Jolly Time Pop Corn
Rice A Roni
Nestle's Decaf Coffee
Friskies Dog Food


Get between $6.75 and $7.00 and she'll win
A Range from Hardwick and A Color TV from the Spiegel Catalog $1008


First choice 5 Decaf
Each one is .95
5 is $4.75


2nd choice 6 Rice A Roni
Each one is .39
6 is $2.34
Total is $7.09 OVER


Item #2 Fine China from Lenox


TRUBY Helen Pat Eleanor
350     349   235    355


ARP is $347 for Pat (the TPIR theme plays)


Pat is lead to one of the two podiums on stage and a new contestant is called


Item #3 A Washer and Dryer from Westinghouse


Truby Helen LARRY Eleanor
625     555       390   550


ARP is $500 for Larry


Both Larry and Pat will be playing for A new Volkswagon.


These two will trade bids on the car until one of them gets it right. The car
is between $2000 and $2500


Pat bids $2250
Lower


Larry $2175
Higher


Pat bid $2200
Higher


Larry bids $2250
Lower


Pat bid $2231 WHICH IS RIGHT!!!
She would've won the old Bullseye game they played in the first week


Item #4 A sofa from Broyhill


Truby Helen  MARGE Eleanor
225     451     450     200


ARP is $319 for Truby


Double Prices is played for a pair of Motorbikes from Suzuki
They are either $550 or $876
She chooses $550 which is wrong. They are $876


Showcase time is next with Pat as the top winner and Larry as the runnerup
(The same two guys that bid for the car moments ago)


1st showcase
Tv Time Popcorn
A Soda Fountain bar from GN Enterprises
A Color TV from Packard Bell
A Cosco Card Table


Pat passes to Larry who bids $1395


Pat's showcase
A Movie Camera from Argus and Luggage from Armored
A 1973 Chevorlet Vega Sudan
6 Night Stay at any Rodeway Inn in America


Pat passes $2420


Larry bid $1395
ARP is $2075
Difference $680


Pat bid $2420
ARP is $3014
Difference $594


Pat wins with a total of $5592 with 2 cars!
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Re: 1972 ep with 2 player Auction
« Reply #1 on: June 11, 2006, 12:15:38 PM »
Two-player Auction was only played one other time, on a nighttime show with Dennis James around the same time.
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Re: 1972 ep with 2 player Auction
« Reply #2 on: June 11, 2006, 12:35:50 PM »
I think it was played a few times on Dennis's show.
"Atinale el precio" moment: Contestant Laila has jumped into Marco's arms and taken his microphone.

Laila: "How much do I weigh? Give me your bid."
Marco: "Er...without going over?"

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Re: 1972 ep with 2 player Auction
« Reply #3 on: June 11, 2006, 12:46:22 PM »
Might I request that the name of this thread be changed, since there is no such pricing game as "2-Player Auction"?
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Re: 1972 ep with 2 player Bullseye I
« Reply #4 on: June 11, 2006, 02:02:15 PM »
Nickrj, a lot of these eps have already been recapped on the old forums.

Offline Nickrj

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Re: 1972 ep with 2 player Bullseye I
« Reply #5 on: June 11, 2006, 04:10:37 PM »
Shoot I wish I knew that. sorry.

Well here's a link to my TPIR page.



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