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FULL RECAP - TPiR 06/15/2006
« on: June 15, 2006, 01:28:31 PM »
Production #3664K - Taped June 12, 2006 (Early)

Bob: stage entrance
First Four lineup: right to left
Handoff: Shane

Models of the Day: Lanisha Cole, Shane Stirling and Gabrielle Tuite
Wearing: Tadashi

1  JumpSport Stage Bounce Trampoline (G)
SHAYAN *799   CORRINA 679   SHERRY 1500   MALBA 950   ($808)

Shayan from Florida plays CLOCK GAME

Butterfly Table Tennis Package (L)($578)
600 500 550 560 570 580 579 78  WIN   (:19 left)

Ashley Durapella Sofa (S)($699)
700 600 650 670 680 690 691-92-93...97-98-99  WIN!  *$1000*  (:07.5 left)

2  Whirlpool Stacked Washer+Dryer/Citracal Supplement (S)
REGINALD 800   +Corrina 792   +Sherry 700   +Malba *801   ($899)

Malba plays CARD GAME for a Jeep Wrangler SE (Std., Paint, Seats, AC, BlkHtr,
Mats, FuelCap, Prot)(G&L)

Margin: $3000

Starting Bid:   $12000
1.   9d    900   12900
2.   6h    600   13500
3.   3c    300   13800
4.   6s    600   14400
5.   Jd   1000   15400
6.   Js   1000  >16400<
         PRICE   20809
         DIFF    -4409   LOSS

3  Saeco Vspresso Coffee/Espresso Machine (L&S)
Reginald 420   +Corrina *525   +Sherry 1   NICHOLAS 450   ($1199)

Corrina plays IT'S IN THE BAG

$ 1,000  $  .55 * (5) (Nabisco Chips Ahoy!) Cookies (snack)
  2,000   12.99 * (3) Capzasin P
  4,000    1.99 * (6) Francesco Rinaldi Pasta Sauce
  8,000    3.30 * (2) Clorox Bleach (1 gal)
  LOSS     5.88 X (1) Azo Cranberry Supplement (50)(worthless)        
                  (4) Tidy Cats Scoop Cat Litter ($5.88)
As to Nicholas, as he attempted to ascend the "Southpaw Steps" to meet with Bob
(prematurely), he tripped on the steps. Bob blamed it on the page, saying
she tripped him. She didn't.

$  939   Malba     20 + 95    OV
 1,199   Corrina   85 stay   .85   Through to Showcase Round
 3,085   Shayan    40 + 20   .60

4  Delsey Helia 4 pc Luggage Set/Gold Bond Powder (S)
Reginald 451   LAUREN 420   +Sherry *520   Nicholas 450  ($580)

Sherry, the last of the "First Four", plays ONE WRONG PRICE

Bull Powerque Outdoor BBQ Island (G)    PICK  $3806  $3806   LOSS
Home Gum (L)                                   3490   1747
Pulaski Gesso Dining Group                     3021

5  Croton His/Her Gold/Stainless Watches (from above)
Reginald *999   Lauren 998   RICARDO 800   Nicholas 2400   ($1350)
               STUPID BID

Reginald, a Marine officer, plays COMING OR GOING for 2 Yamaha TTR125LT Offroad
Motorcycles (G&S)

-->  $5134  (He's "Going")   WIN!

6  (Dell) Laptop Computer (L-in the Row)
REFUGIO 1100   Lauren 1350   Ricardo 1455   Nicholas 1456   OVERBID
         900          1000           *950            1001   ($999)

Ricardo, a Navy Petty Officer, plays COVER UP for a Ford Ranger XL (Std., AC,

 Setup   2     1st Try  [1][6] 9  5 [1]
       3 3     2nd Try  [1][6] 5  6 [1]   LOSS   ($16,231)
     9 5 6
   2 5 6 8
 1 6 8 9 4
3 4 2 7 1
$2 7 3 8 0

$  620   Sherry     15 + 20   .35   (Puny 2nd Spin)
   999   Ricardo    20 + 60   .80   Through to Showcase Round
 6,484   Nicholas   30 + 75    OV

Corrina has the honor.

SC1-Ricardo   (Sony) 50" Projection LCD HDTV (G)
BID   $13,000   TheraSauna (S)
PRICE    22,192   Trip to Perth (6n)(L)
DIFF    -9,192

SC2-Corrina   Peavey Messenger Audio System (G)
BID   $29,500   Sunlite 5 pc Drum Set (L)
PRICE    33,083   Catalina 250 25' Wing Keel Sailboat (S)
DIFF    -3.583
TOTAL   $34,282

Today's Pricing Games: 2 for 6
Total Winnings: $46,409

...and then, there were eight.

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Re: FULL RECAP - TPiR 06/15/2006
« Reply #1 on: June 15, 2006, 01:40:35 PM »
Note to self: Never try to turn around while running up stairs.

I have a feeling that if Shyan didn't have mad accuracy, he would have lost Clock Game.  He played as you should, but was just a little slower than you would like to be.

Card Game 2nd was odd.


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Re: FULL RECAP - TPiR 06/15/2006
« Reply #2 on: June 15, 2006, 01:47:21 PM »
Clock Game: Played very well.

Card Game: I was wondering when this would show up. It was possible to win this today, but it didn't happen.

It's In The Bag: I had a bad feeling that cat litter was in that last bag, and Corrina's buddy talked her out of it.

One Wrong Price: It was a tossup between the grill and the treadmill, but I was leaning more towards the treadmill.

Coming Or Going: Easy.

Cover Up: Well, Ricardo got the other 1 at the end, but couldn't get the rest.

Showcases: Corrina won a nice showcase, and she certainly deserved it after what happened in It's In The Bag. That Austrailia trip must be as expensive as Tahiti now!

Overall: It would have been a very good show, if the second half hadn't been so rushed...

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Re: FULL RECAP - TPiR 06/15/2006
« Reply #3 on: June 15, 2006, 01:48:20 PM »
Clock Game – Very well played. He also never gave a bid over $800. Compare that to other people whose first bid is $2,000...

Card Game – Ouch. Granted, she was off by quite a bit, maybe 2 more cards would have done it. I really wanted her to win too...

It’s in the Bag – I thought she screwed up with the pain reliever. But NO WAY was that supplement only $5.99. It sounded in the end that the audience wanted her to go, but earlier, when she decided not to take the Tidy Cats, they disapproved...

1 Wrong Price – Everyone told her it was the gym, but she had to pick the grill...

Coming or Going – Finally another winner! Of course those motorcycles weren't $4,315...

Cover Up – Oh well. I think the audience wanted him to choose high numbers for those 2 digits. Who would have thought they were the lowest numbers on the board...

Showcases – Corrina bid very well. I KNEW Ricardo’s showcase was more expensive than what he bid...

Another 2 for 6 – we need to get more winners!
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Re: FULL RECAP - TPiR 06/15/2006
« Reply #4 on: June 15, 2006, 01:53:42 PM »
Well, Corrina wasn't fooled by the $12.99 bag:  I thought that could've easily tripped up a normal contestant, since, if you ask me, the Azo looks like it would be more expensive than the Capzasin.  I liked Corrina's attitude, though, going on the whole way, even if she lost.  And she can yell at her husband later .

I probably would have won Card Game with the $3000 card, but probably not with the $1000 card.  Jeep Wranglers are usually under $20,000, right?

weatherdan said:  But NO WAY was that supplement only $5.99.

You're being harsh.  I don't see why the supplement couldn't have been "only" $5.99 when the actual price is only $1.00 higher.  I mean, we know how much it is, but you can't expect normal people to know.

weatherdan said:  1 Wrong Price – Everyone told her it was the gym, but she had to pick the grill...

You could tell what they were saying?

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Re: FULL RECAP - TPiR 06/15/2006
« Reply #5 on: June 15, 2006, 02:06:10 PM »
CH covers up the ratings bug everyday with the Canadian G bug, so when did CBS get the new ratings bug?

Shayan played Clock Game fairly well.

Speaking of Clock Game, after having seen Monday's delayed episode, the board looked so much better when it was compltely yellow around the frames.  Why was the paint job not finished?

When was the last time Card Game was played second?

Speaking of Card Game, a thought came to my mind.  Contestants were losing Card Game because they weren't making bids high enough, so they go and make the winning range larger.  Why not just increase the starting bid to a whopping amount and keep the special deck cards at their standard values?  Then the game could be played shorter, and wins would actually involve some work.

Corrina was a very enjoyable contestant, especially with her threats towards Bryan.

One Wrong Price was very easy.  I don't see how Sherry managed to lose.

Lastly, a question to WBZ4 viewers:  How much of the Showcase did you lose to that pathetically-short pre-emption?
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Re: FULL RECAP - TPiR 06/15/2006
« Reply #6 on: June 15, 2006, 02:31:36 PM »
Thursday, June 15, 2006

Bidding Round #1- #239, Sheri! :-D

Clock Game- It wasn't really how he played it that was impressive, but how close he was on his first guesses. Wow.

Bidding Round #2- That whole thing with Malba was hilarious. :lol:

Card Game- Now that wasn't a situation where the contestant foolishly stopped too early. That price was very evil.

It's In the Bag- Ouch. That was a painful loss, although I kind of figured the Tidy Cats would be her death, anyway.

Bidding Round #4- #240, Lauren! :-D

Showcase- More showcases on steroids! Goodness.

BEST CONTESTANT OF THE DAY- Frank will pick today.

SHOW SUMMARY AND GRADE- Decent show today... Grade: 2

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Re: FULL RECAP - TPiR 06/15/2006
« Reply #7 on: June 15, 2006, 02:44:47 PM »
It's in the bag---I had a very good hunch the Tidy Cats was in the last bag and I was right.  I felt bad for Corinna.  But I did find her threat to her husband quite amusing when it came to the $8,000 bag.  I think Roger wanted the last bag to be extremely difficult today.  However, Corinna won her showcase and that's what counts.  The Australia showcase was really pricey.

I think the second half was rushed because of the long playings of Card Game and It's in the Bag....

Card Game--I had a hunch the Jeep was at least $19000, but it was $20000 in value.  I wanted Malba to go at least one more card.

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Re: FULL RECAP - TPiR 06/15/2006
« Reply #8 on: June 15, 2006, 02:58:09 PM »
Clock Game: From Shayan's amazement, I had a strong feeling he's gonna win this one. And he did.

Card Game: I'm thinking a bid over 17000 can work. I then thought the Jeep might go over $20,000 in price. 16400 was just too low for me to stop.

It's in the Bag: There goes that scream again. I was happy for just a second that Corrina was gonna win this one. Then that all changed to groans and screams when she picked the worthless Azo.

One Wrong Price: That home gym's price was just too high for me. All I can say is: clueless.

Coming or Going: At first I thought the motorcicles would be only in the $2000 range. After Reginald Gone, I had a little ½ Off hint: 5134 is an even number--for a pair--That might work. That did.

 :evil: Cover Up: I was preparing for an "either, eyther, or the other" loss just in case.
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Re: FULL RECAP - TPiR 06/15/2006
« Reply #9 on: June 15, 2006, 03:13:56 PM »
Pricing Game Length:
The time of the game begins at the moment a prize is revealed for the game, or the game itself is shown.

Clock Game -- 2:22
Card Game -- 3:08
It's in the Bag -- 5:45
One Wrong Price -- 1:36
Coming or Going -- 1:20
Cover Up -- 2:06

Today's playing of It's in the Bag is the second longest pricing game of Season 34.

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Re: FULL RECAP - TPiR 06/15/2006
« Reply #10 on: June 15, 2006, 03:55:39 PM »
heelsrule1988 wrote:  BEST CONTESTANT OF THE DAY- Frank will pick today.

Corrina, semi-easily.  Shayan and Malba were very good too, but still, Corrina.

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Re: FULL RECAP - TPiR 06/15/2006
« Reply #11 on: June 15, 2006, 04:13:00 PM »
Clock Game- Welled played.

Card Game-I figured that was a $20,000 Jeep.  I would have stopped at $18,000.

IITB- I had a bad hunch Corrina made a huge mistake by swapping the cat food for the AZO.  I was unfortunately correct.

Coming or going-Seeing that there were a pair, I knew going was the right move.

Showcases: I had a hunch Ricardo was way under on the Australia SC.

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Re: FULL RECAP - TPiR 06/15/2006
« Reply #12 on: June 15, 2006, 04:15:31 PM »
Today's show was good. Shyan seemed a little hesitant on that first prize, pausing a little between each guess, but after that he was fine. I expected Ten Chance to be played second today, never would I have thought it would be Card Game. Anyway, Malba seemed scared to go on after getting to around $15,000. I can't blame her for stopping at $16,400 because there have been some Jeep Wrangler's worth a little over $19,000. But all the options made the price alot higher. I was shocked to see that 4 of the 6 products used in It's In The Bag today were from yesterday's show! I never saw $3.30 used before, but I knew it was the bleach because that Azo supplement had to be more than that, but I can't blame Corrina for thinking the supplement was $5.88 anyway. She almost won too! Because she chose the cat litter, but quickly changed her mind.

Although the grill and the home gym looked like the wrong prizes, I went with the grill also. I never expected it to be $3806! I like what thewhammy_2000 said, that since there were two it had to be an even number. I didn't think that, I just knew they were $5134, but someone could have been easily sucked into choosing $4315. I thought Cover Up was kind of hard, since there was no 0 or 5 for the last number. My first guess was $16,851.

I had a feeling that Corrina won her showcase, plus she deserved it after losing It's In The Bag.

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Re: FULL RECAP - TPiR 06/15/2006
« Reply #13 on: June 15, 2006, 05:15:36 PM »
Is it just me, or have there been a lot of tough games the past few days?  And as with yesterday, there were lots of one-up bids.  

Clock - Played pretty well, though he got lucky because he narrowed the prices down quickly.

Card Game - Hard for a casual viewer, as usual.  Every car used now is in the 20s.  

IITB - I've never seen $3.30 before, but the Clorox was fairly obvious.  And I knew the cat litter was last.  At least we got to see Corrina make a threat!  :-)

Did anyone else notice that Corrina's husband acted like they were wealthy?  

1 RP - The BBQ looked awfully high, too, but it was clearly the exerciser.

CoG - I just picked $5134 because it was an even price, but I've now learned that they round the price afterwards.

Cover Up - Argh!  :-P  I thought it was $16271!

Showcases - I figured they were both under a bit.  

Did anyone else notice that 4 of the 6 games today began with C?

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Re: FULL RECAP - TPiR 06/15/2006
« Reply #14 on: June 15, 2006, 05:49:20 PM »
One-Bid #1 - Girls on trampolines!  :-P

PG #1 - Good!  "Rye Bred" is back as the Clock Game cue!  :-D  And on top of that, we get one of the best Clock players we've seen all season.

PG #2 - "Wow, they loaded up that Jeep!  I'll bet it's more than $20,000 and this game is gonna be another loss."  Sure enough, another Card Game contestant won't bid above $17,000 and we have to watch another friggin' loss.

PG #3 - Wow!  Baggy three weeks in a row!  Today's setup was pretty easy... and for a brief second, Corrina had the $16,000.

PG #4 - Yay!  Half Off cue!  :-D  Man, could this setup have been easier?  That dinky home gym was no damn $3,490... and it was interesting that the false price was almost exactly double the actual price.  Absolutely should not have been lost.

PG #5 - Whoa, Roger played Coggy 5th for the second time this season!  And I'm glad Reginald wasn't suckered into picking the price with the 5 at the end.  When there's two of one prize offered, it's never gonna end in an odd number.  And unless it's Pathy 6th, I predict yet another SP-less day.

PG #6 - Yep, I knew it!  And there was no excuse in picking another 6 when two 1s and a 6 were already lit up.  I mean, when was the last time Roger used a car price with two pairs of repeated digits?

My bids - Aussie:  $19,300.  FRSBS:  $30,800.
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