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Offline Nickrj

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Kennedy TPIR from October 1985
« on: June 14, 2006, 07:52:34 PM »
Kennedy episode

1. An Evening Gown from Amalgia

Ardelle $1000
Lisa $750
Robin $600
Stella $550

ARP is $1500

Ardelle will play the Money Game for a new Buick Somerset Regal 2 door Coupe

Here's the board

36 09 87
99 58 23
45 92 15

1st pick 87
Money

2nd pick 92
Money

3rd pick 99
Front End $99--

4th pick 09
Money (No El Cheapo here)

5th pick 58
Money LOSS

She wins $246
She needed 23 $9923

2. A Fireplace from FireDrum

KATHIE $925
Lisa $750
Robin $795
Stella $800

ARP is $960

Kathie is going to play Pick A Pair for

A 1 Week Trip to Denmark
Luggage from Amelia Earhart $6798

Here are the products

Andes Mints
Bigelow Tea Bags
Crest Toothpaste
Sargento cheese
Keebler Tuc Crackers
Jolly Time Popcorn

1st pick Toothpaste $1.79
2nd pick Tea Bags $1.79 WIN!

3. Our robot brings us 3 one ounce bars of gold

MICHELLE $1550
Lisa $1750
Robin $900
Stella $1100

ARP is $1013

Robin is going to play Race Game for

A Dinette Set from Chromcraft
Artwork
A Washer Dryer from White Westinghouse
A Grandfather Clock from Dykstra Glass

Here are the price tags

$750
$1050
$1625
$1938

She has 45 seconds.

1st guess
Dinette, Artwork, Washer/Dryer, Clock
1625     1050       750                1938

None Right with 16 seconds left

2nd guess
Dinette, Artwork, Washer/Dryer, Clock
1625     750        1050              1938

Time is up and she has two right LOSS

ARP's

Dinette $1938
Artwork $750
Washer/Dryer $1050
Clock $1625

She wins the Artwork and Washer/Dryer

Showcase time with Kathie as the top winner and Robin as the Runner Up

1st showcase The TPIR Train Depot
A Brass Bed from Brass Bed Company Of America with Bemco Mattress
A Range from Gibson
A SunTan Bed from Suntana
A Piano from Kawai

Kathie passes to Robin who bids $12000

2nd showcase ways to enjoy life in Califronia
Sunny Beaches mean a new Surfjet ski
Snow Country means ski equipment from Head Skis and Tyrola
A Relaxed Life style means a Hot Tub by Beachport Spa Systems
Mild Weather means A Cadillac Convertable!

Kathie bids $27500
ARP $42783
Diff $15283

Robin bid $12000
ARP $12204
Diff $204

Robin wins with a total $15017

Contesants not appearing on stage receive (Rod announces these instead of John for some reason.)
Lee Nails
Bisell Classic
Clear Guard
Eskimo Pies
Mr. Bubble
Gitano Swimwear

Offline SteveGavazzi

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Re: Kennedy TPIR from October 1985
« Reply #1 on: June 14, 2006, 08:28:07 PM »
Just curious...which music was used while Robin was playing Race Game?
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Re: Kennedy TPIR from October 1985
« Reply #2 on: June 14, 2006, 08:48:27 PM »
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(Rod announces these instead of John for some reason.)


That's because on the nighttime version, they did the consolation prizes after the actual show.

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Re: Kennedy TPIR from October 1985
« Reply #3 on: June 14, 2006, 09:34:02 PM »
The William Tell Overture music used on Hurdles and I think Finish Line

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Re: Kennedy TPIR from October 1985
« Reply #4 on: June 14, 2006, 09:51:48 PM »
Steve, I can tell you for certain that the William Tell Overture was the only music used in Race Game or the Kennedy version. I watched it every night, so I know.
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Offline SteveGavazzi

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Re: Kennedy TPIR from October 1985
« Reply #5 on: June 14, 2006, 10:24:32 PM »
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The William Tell Overture music used on Hurdles and I think Finish Line


Unless I'm remembering what John told me incorrectly, the William Tell Overture was not used in Finish Line.

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Steve, I can tell you for certain that the William Tell Overture was the only music used in Race Game or the Kennedy version. I watched it every night, so I know.


Then maybe you can answer something that I've never gotten a definite response to...did that version use the Double Showcase rule?

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Offline bp2

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Re: Kennedy TPIR from October 1985
« Reply #6 on: June 15, 2006, 03:25:36 PM »
when i saw the 2nd showcase u spelt convertable (convertible)