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FULL RECAP - TPiR 06/23/2006
« on: June 23, 2006, 01:48:09 PM »
Production #3675K - Taped June 19, 2006 (Late)

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

Models of the Day: Lanisha Cole, Rachel Reynolds and Gabrielle Tuite
Wearing: WWW


1  Cedarshed Yardsaver Garden Shed (L)
ANGELA 699   ADRIENNE 700   WAYNE 850   TIMOTHY *900   ($1269)

Timothy, a Beach Bum from Peoria, IL, plays (appropriately) FLIP FLOP for a
trip to the Barbados (6n @ Divi)(G)

Setup:   36 02
Pick:    36 20   (He "Flops")
Price:   $6302   LOSS


2  Nourison Versailles Area Rug (R)
+Angela 899   +Adrienne 900   +Wayne 901   LINDSEY *549   ($799)

Lindsey from Fairview, OR plays LUCKY SEVEN for a Chevy HHR LS (Std., AT,
Remote, ALB, Prot)(L)

Picks:     7 5 6 5
Price:  $1 8 4 7 8
Bucks:   7 6 5 4 1   WIN!


3  Elliptical Trainer/Capzasin P (G)
+Angela 1199   +Adrienne 650   +Wayne *1200   MARY 949   ($1299)

Wayne from Pennsylvania plays RACE GAME

                                                1st    2nd
2 Deering Goodtime Banjos                      2070   >1148<
Little Tikes Racecar Bed/Loving Care Formfit  > 599<  > 599<
Stainless Popcorn Cart                         1148   >2070<
Aico Tescano Elecric Fireplace                >2948<  >2948<
                                       RIGHT    [2]    WIN!
                                   TIME LEFT    :34     :19


SHOWDOWN #1
$ 1,269   Timothy   20 + 75   .95   Through to Showcase Round
  8,104   Wayne     30 +100    OV
 19,277   Lindsey   25 + 15   .40


4  Largo Jaclyn Smith Dining Group (R)
+Angela 1200   +Adrienne 1201   JOHN 1199   Mary *1450   ($1495)

Mary from Florida plays GROCERY GAME for a Daimler Chrysler GEM E4 Elecric
Vehicle (G&R)($9390)

(2) Tidy Cats Scoop Cat Litter      3 x 7.37  $22.11   LOSS

(1) Azo Cranberry Supplement (50)
(3) Hot Pockets (2 pk)
(4) Space Bag (large)
(5) Midnite Sleep Aid (30)


5  Bosch Next Washer+Dryer/Gold Bond Foot Powder (L)
+Angela 1651   +Adrienne *1800   John 1500   CYNTHIA 1650   ($1923)

Adrienne, a Beach Bumette from Redlands, CA, plays THAT'S TOO MUCH! for a
Pontiac Vibe (Std., AT, App., Box, Net, AirBag, ALB, Prot)(R)($20,356)

$13,112
$14,185
$15,981
$16,285
$17,540
$18,941
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$20,902
LOSS



Things didn't go well for those on the left of the Row until after the
half-hour. Now that Adrienne is gone, Angela has the last bid and the one-up
strategy makes more sense. But, will it be the wise thing to do? Whatever
attack she makes it had better work for banishment to the "First Four"
Breakfast Club awaits...


6  Honda Elite CH80 Motorscooter (G)
+Angela 1   DIANE 1800   John *2100   Cynthia 2500   ($2424)

Angela heads off to the clubhouse while John plays SECRET X for a Broyhill
Northern Lights Living Room Group (R)($3938)

F
X
1
2

Frog Humidifier      18/30  $30  $30  *
2½-Gal. Drink Dispenser   40/52   40   40  *
WIN!



SHOWDOWN #2                     Spinoff
$1,495  Mary       60 + 20   .80  .40
 1,963  Adrienne    5 + 10   .15
 6,432  John       80 stay   .80  .50   Through to Showcase Round


ROBAIR MACKEY SEMI-MEMORIAL STAG SHOWCASE ROUND
John has the honor.

SC1-John      WANDA ONEUP (L)
BID   $31,000   Corona Garden Tools
PRICE    32,229   Trip to Brussels (lastminutetravel.com; 6n)
DIFF    -1,229   Crownline 180BR Bowrider
TOTAL   $38,661

SC2-Timothy   diamondsforless.net Diamond Solitaire Ring (R)
BID   $30,000   Chalet Alpine 16' Folding Trailer (G)
PRICE    34,857   Ford F150 (Std., AT, Sealer, FabProt)(L)
DIFF    -4,857


Today's Pricing Games: 3 for 6
Total Winnings: $70,769

...and then, there were two.

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Re: FULL RECAP - TPiR 06/23/2006
« Reply #1 on: June 23, 2006, 01:55:32 PM »
Flip Flop- The moment that Timothy floped I had a feeling he had lost. On a side note I thought that Timothy was really fun during SCSD1.

Lucky $even-A decent win. Linsday got lucky when she guessed her last number.

Race Game- Dwayne did a good job!

Grocey Game- Ugh! In my opinion that couldn't have been played any worse than that.  

That's Too much!- Ouch! Adriana should have got on and played two more!

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Re: FULL RECAP - TPiR 06/23/2006
« Reply #2 on: June 23, 2006, 02:06:55 PM »
Flip Flop: Too bad. Timonthy's guess was what I was thinking, but I wasn't sure.

Lucky Seven: Fairly easy today, but that's not too surprising, given what happened earlier this week. First win in a while.

Race Game: He certainly knew how to play this game!

Grocery Game: Darn that Random Cat Litter! And this is the second week in a row this game has been played?

That's Too Much: After I saw the first price, I thought it was going to be easy, but it definitely didn't turn out that way.

Secret X: Easy.

Showcase: Both showcases were very nice today!

Overall: OK show today, but nothing totally special.

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Re: FULL RECAP - TPiR 06/23/2006
« Reply #3 on: June 23, 2006, 02:13:43 PM »
After how great a week we've been having, today was kinda' a letdown.  Nothing really wrong with today's show... just that, for the most part, nothing overly great about it, either.

I wonder what makes Grocery Game more special than Hi Lo and Check-Out lately that makes Roger want to make Grocery Game the impossible GP lately.

It's a good thing that Wayne caught Bob's mistake in Race Game, when Bob only handed him three of the four price tags.  I was afraid for a moment that we'd wind up with yet another technical win for Race Game.

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sternal wrote:  The moment that Timothy floped I had a feeling he had lost.

How come?  Flip-flopping looked far more correct than just flipping.

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sternal wrote:  Grocey Game- Ugh!  In my opinion that couldn't have been played any worse than that.

She didn't play that badly.  She only bought three of the cat litter, which seriously, does not look over $7.00.  It was just a really hard playing of Grocery Game today, just like it's been for the past several months.  No reason to rag on poor Mary for it.

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Bobbo wrote:  Grocery Game:  And this is the second time in a row this game has been played?

What do you mean, exactly, by "second time in a row"?  The game wasn't played yesterday....

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Re: FULL RECAP - TPiR 06/23/2006
« Reply #4 on: June 23, 2006, 02:26:54 PM »
PG #1 - $6,320 looked a lot better than $6,302, so I don't think anybody was gonna win this game today.  I certainly wouldn't have.

PG #2 - Lucky Seven 2d!  :-P  And it was actually won!  :-D  This was probably one of the easiest L7 prices I've seen in a while.  Lately in this game, going high-low-high-5 has spelled disaster, but it worked perfectly today.  I went 7-4-7-4, so I would've won with $1 left.

PG #3 - Yay!  Phone Home Game cue in Race Game!  :-D  :-D  :-D  It feels like it's been forever since the PHG cue has been played in Race Game.  I know most of you believe that 200A is the right cue for this game, but I personally still believe that it should be the PHG cue.  :-P

PG #4 - Let's see--the prices of the products were $6.99, $7.37, $2.49, $5.99, and $9.95.  Unless you took 3 AZOs, you probably were not gonna win this game today.

PG #5 - Yep, we all called it in chat.  With all those options, that Vibe was gonna exceed $20,000.  Though I really don't blame Adrienne for stopping at $18,900--Vibes don't look that expensive.

PG #6 - Those were some strange SPs today...

Showcases - Yay!  Showcase '83 cue!  :-P  And when was the last time a trailer and a car were paired together in the same showcase?

My bids - FRBS:  $31,709.  FRTS w/Truck:  $31,355.
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Re: FULL RECAP - TPiR 06/23/2006
« Reply #5 on: June 23, 2006, 02:32:11 PM »
No, no... 200A for Race Game.  PHG cue for Buy or Sell.  That's how it's supposed to work !

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Re: FULL RECAP - TPiR 06/23/2006
« Reply #6 on: June 23, 2006, 02:49:58 PM »
Flip Flop:  I thought the trip was 6320 (flip and flop), like most people on this board.  I knew he had flopped when he flopped to 3602.  
 
In Lucky 7, I would have gotten every number right.  I guessed 8, 4, and 7, and thought, is this the 18,478 HHR, I guessed 8 and I was totally correct.  

I thought Wayne deliberated a little too much in Race Game, but he won, so my criticisms are moot.  

Grocery Game, I would have picked 3 Space Bags and won, but I like to play with the products the contestants pick as well.  Mary, however picked 3 Tidy Cats and lost.  I misheard and thought she picked the Azo, so I said five.  When Bob turned over the Tidy Cats price, and it was 7.37 I had a total of 36.85.  I think that's the highest Grocery Game total ever.  I was so over, I was in Canada.

That's Too Much:  I would have also stopped at 18,941, figuring the Vibe would be 18,500 max.  When Rachel flipped over the price and it was 20,356, that surprised me.  Usually Vibes on PIR aren't that much.

Secret X:  I'm glad it was won.

Showcases:  I was surprised John's showcase was that much.  I thought he had gone over.  I bid 31,425 on Timothy's.

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Re: FULL RECAP - TPiR 06/23/2006
« Reply #7 on: June 23, 2006, 03:02:50 PM »
Race Game today showed that you need to EARN the right to consult the audience.  Getting two right with a whopping half-minute left allows time for some mulling over.  However, you can't grind to a halt.

If you've watched enough playings of TTM (and Card Game, since the prizes are interchangable) you should know that the cars used typically run in the $20,000+ range, and that sometimes involves stuffing cars to the hood with stuff.  Adrienne's guess would've worked for a Vibe with only a couple options, but that's about it.

I don't know why so many people thought the trip in Flip Flop was only $3600.  It's freaking Barbados, not Mexico or some dinky place in the Carribean.

Mary had the right train of thought, but apparently was on the wrong track.

I never really noticed when or why Secret X was apparently put on this mini-retirement.  Could someone fill me in on that?

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Re: FULL RECAP - TPiR 06/23/2006
« Reply #8 on: June 23, 2006, 03:10:58 PM »
Flip Flop: Boy, what a flop! I wanted to Flop to make it end in 0, but wasn't sure if I wanted to Flip or not. Wouldn't have mattered because if I Flopped, I would still lose.

Lucky $even: Oooh, I like how Lindsey missed the numbers by one. When it came down to the last number, I said to go for 5. If it was 9 or 1 (or 0), that would have been pure evil. It wasn't.

Race Game: We know that looking at the Peanuts during this game is an absolute no-no, but Bob made it seem like that's a good thing. I'm not going to argue.

Grocery Game: I was still thinking of the Tidy Cats slip when I saw the litter. When Mary brought three of them, "It looks like she wants to do it all on one try." "It's over" when I saw that 7.

That's Too Much!: That's So Not Enough!
When I saw $18,941, I solely wanted Adrienne to keep going. I probably would have stopped on the right price or went on to the next one after that. If I did that, I probably would have realized I had lost and said, "That's Way Too Much!"

One Bid 6: I really wanted Angela to bid 2101 on this one, because I had a feeling it would be more than 2100 but less than 2500. If only those Peanuts from yesterday that helped Hilda would've helped her. I think most of us would've used that strategy. I wanted Angela to give us a magic # so she can get herself out of there. But Nooooo. She had to bid 1 instead, now look where it got her.....

Secret "X": I sometimes like to cover up (absolutely no pun here) the last row because it's seldomly used to give the reveal a little more interesting. It's almost like if the Secret "X" was actually on the board or not to make a winning line.
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Re: FULL RECAP - TPiR 06/23/2006
« Reply #9 on: June 23, 2006, 03:13:07 PM »
Flip Flop-When he settled on $3620, I knew he lost.  Trips to the Caribbean are usually in the $6000 range.

Lucky $even-Yes, a win!  The Chevy HHR is easy to figure out the price of versus a Mustang Convertible.

Race Game-It was interesting to see Bob not give the contestant the $2948 tag at first.  I'm glad he won.

Grocery Game-Painful loss.

That's Too Much!-I knew she stopped way too early.  Cars in this game are usually around $20,000.  But I liked the fact she could say "That's Too Much!" well.

Secret X-Played nicely.

Showcases-Well, it's interesting to see a trailer and truck together in the same showcase.

Overall, a pretty normal show.
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Re: FULL RECAP - TPiR 06/23/2006
« Reply #10 on: June 23, 2006, 04:02:31 PM »
Flip Flop – Another example of the audience giving bad advice. Don’t get me wrong, sometimes they can be a big help, but in this case they sure weren’t...

Lucky $even – YAY! A win! She played it very well. That last number was a bit of a “curve ball”, but she still managed to win!

Race Game – He may not have known how to explain the Race Game, but he sure knew how to play it. He had 17 seconds left too...

Grocery Game – That was quick. I knew she was in jeopardy when she chose 3 of the tidy cats. Those who’ve watched the show recently know the price of it and anything more than $7 is risky...

That’s Too Much! – I HATE this game. I wanted her to win too. Too bad...

Secret “X” – Very well played. Nothing more to say.

Showcases – Well, both showcases were more expensive than I thought, but I was closer to Timothy’s showcase than John’s. I thought John had overbid by a mile...

Overall, not a bad show. Some very good wins, and yet, some undeserved losses. Anyway, not much left of the season now...
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Re: FULL RECAP - TPiR 06/23/2006
« Reply #11 on: June 23, 2006, 04:21:42 PM »
I thought that there was nothing exciting about today's show.

I thought that Flip Flop was hard. My guess was $6320 for the trip.

Lucky Seven was good today. I was afraid that the last number would be 0, and that she would have lost. But good for Lindsey! It's only been one week since we saw it last.

I was afraid Bob would have forgotten about that fourth price tag. I only knew the prices of the banjos and the popcorn cart. But Wayne did good, and switched the right two to win.

Wasn't Grocery Game just played about a week or 2 ago? Anyway, it was a tough setup. If she took 2 litters and then a space bag, she would have won. I don't know why Check-Out or Hi-Lo hasn't showed up.

That's Too Much! was played the same day Grocery Game was played (6/14). Adrienne did okay, I mean I would have went one or two more depending on the price between where she stopped and the price Bob showed after losing.

Secret X was simple. But the dispenser was kind of hard to choose a price on.

Two expensive showcases today. I thought Timothy's showcase was around $28,000. Guess not.

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Re: FULL RECAP - TPiR 06/23/2006
« Reply #12 on: June 23, 2006, 05:25:36 PM »
Wow! How often does a full week go by without a single SP cash game played?! CSTD!
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Re: FULL RECAP - TPiR 06/23/2006
« Reply #13 on: June 23, 2006, 09:14:22 PM »
Well well well.  

Here we are on the brink of the end of Season 34.
In fact, wasn't this episode the true finale, meaning last episode filmed?  Next week's are rescheduled from earlier.

With that in mind I was expecting to see the long-awaited return of Penny Ante to active duty.  
Unless it is on Monday or Tuesday then they've duped us all. Long rumored to coming back this season...
yet still I wait...

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Re: FULL RECAP - TPiR 06/23/2006
« Reply #14 on: June 23, 2006, 10:11:09 PM »
Show #6411
It's season finale time!

Little Tikes Race Car Bed/Loving Care Formfit
And so its price went up since its first...and last appearance on May 19, 2005.  The increase was $50.

Corona Forged Garden Tools from Showcase #1
From left to right:
1. Serrated Blade Hedge Shear - $58.02
2. Long Handle Hedge Shear - $65.81
3. Michigan Axe with Solid Fiberglass Handle - $51.11
4. Drain Spade with Wood D-Grip Handle - $64.44
5. Nursery/Garden Spade with Wood D-Grip Handle - $64.44
6. Cultivator - 4 Prongs - $40.00
7. 6" Garden Hoe - $32.22
8. Cultivator - 1 Prong / Weeder - $21.11
9. #2 Round Point Shovel with Wood D-Grip Handle - $63.33
10. Same as #4
11. 8 lbs. Sledge Hammer with Hickory Wood Handle - $20.00
12. Cutter Mattock with Wood Handle - $20.00
TOTAL - $564.92 (rounds up to $565)
They are on their first Price is Right appearance and Corona's website gives you the retail prices.

The other two prizes in Showcase #1
Trip to Belgium - $7,039
Crownline 180BR Bowrider - $24,625

Showcase #2
diamondsforless.net Diamond Solitaire Ring - $3,500
Chalet Alpine 16' Folding Trailer - $11,255
Ford F150 Styleside - $20,102 and paint & fabric protection is $297.

Modeling Report for the final episode of Season 34, June 23, 2006
Score to beat: $74,872

[color=3D2B1F]Rachel Reynolds[/color]
Total - $41,225
[color=0000FF]Won - $7,979 (19.35%)[/color]
[color=FF0000]Lost - $33,246 (80.65%)[/color]
Record - 5-3
Rachel's final total - $3,109,302 (581 prizes)

[color=3D2B1F]Lanisha Cole[/color]
Total - The judges say $44,551.
[color=0000FF]Won - $24,449 (54.88%)[/color]
[color=FF0000]Lost - $20,102 (45.12%)[/color]
Record - 7-1
Lanisha's final total - $2,811,995 (555 prizes)

[color=3D2B1F]Gabrielle Tuite[/color]
Total - $35,728
[color=0000FF]Won - $8,781 (24.58%)[/color]
[color=FF0000]Lost - $26,947 (75.42%)[/color]
Record - 4-3
Gabrielle's final total - $3,891,773 (709 prizes)

...and then, there were six modeling totals (two totals from Phire, two from Brandi, and two from Shane).

At the end of week #367K
[color=0000FF]High - $74,872 (Brandi Sherwood, Wednesday)[/color]
[color=FF0000]Low - $13,802 (Lanisha Cole, Tuesday)[/color]

All 23 prizes today totaled $141,674!

The Wilkey Season 34 Final Modeling Report
I will post it on Tuesday since there are two leftover episodes.