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Offline DarkBaron

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A TNPIR '94 Recap
« on: July 03, 2006, 07:51:24 PM »
Airdate: November 1994

Models of the day
Ferrari Ferris
Lisa Stahl
Julie Cialini

Two spotlights survey the audience as announcer Burton Richardson says "Get set America! It's time to Come on down!"
Then a montage of clips from both Doug Davidson and Barker's versions are shown and it is used as the intro.
This marks the last time the long intro is used. A shorter version of clips montage is shown afterwards till the end of the run.

"From studio 33 in Hollywood, home of America's favorite games and the world's most fabulous prizes, It's The New Price is Right!"

The camera pans from the audience to the studio to reveal a spotlight right at the center of door #2, where the host makes his entrence tonight.

"And now here is the host of The New Price is Right: Doug Davidson!"

The Barker wall-- or rather Davidson wall in that case, is not even a wall, it's a red curtain.

Handoff: Ferrari Farris

Contestant 1: Shannon Hobbs

Shannon plays SUPERBALL!! for

1. A trip to Washington, D.C.;
2. A home entertainment center from Broyhill with a 31" Sanyo color TV with universal remote and stereo sound;
3. A 1995 Mazda MX3 Sports Coupe with Dual Airbags and CE.

A Superball prize package worth: $23,753

Ball #1
Casio FX97VE Graphics Calculator
Choices are: *170 or 218
Shannon picks 218 which is wrong

Ball #2
DeLonghi Cool touch rotary deep fryer
Choices are: *180 or 225
Shannon picks 225 which is the wrong pick.
* Doug: "Oh man!"

Ball #3
Seiko Smart Label Printer Pro
Choices are: 240 or *299
Shannon picks again the wrong choice.

* Doug makes the poor Shannon sit on the game prop to reassure her that the Superball is on its way to save the day.

Superball
Marble chess set
Choices are 53 or *100
Shannon finally picks the right price!

Doug's practice ball: Into the Win circle.
Doug's reaction: "Oh my Gosh!!"

Shannon's practice ball: Onto the right and into the $50 circle.

Shannon throws the Superball. It lands into the left into the $50 for a total of $150. [color=0033FF]LOSS[/color]

Contestant 2: Doreen Fineman

Doreen, a girlscout whose camp name is Woody is playing MOST EXPENSIVE for...

1. His and hers Hart ski equipment (1,196)
2. General Electrics washer and dryer (1,003)
3. Curio cabinet and chair from Hooker Furniture (*1,752)

Dorren chooses the curio cabinet and Doug says he is "curio-us" to find out if she wins...  and she did! [color=00CC00]WIN[/color]

Contestant 3: Jeffrey Kelly

Jeffrey is playing SAFE CRACKERS for...

Inside the safe: A sauna from Almost Heaven of West Virginia (4,025)
Outside the safe: A Aiwa portable tape player and AM/FM radio with a collection of booktapes from popular novels. (*479)

Doug says Jeffrey wants to know if the sauna comes with the towel Julie's wearing...
After all, Doug is very well listened, he says (as opposed to well read...)

Jeffrey dials the numbers 4-7-9 as the combination of the safe and he successfully opens it!  [color=009900]WIN[/color]

SHOWCASE SHOWDOWN

Tonight Burton announces that we're using "The Price is Right Mighty Wheel!"

$250  Shannon  10 + 10 = 20
3951  Doreen   $1.00 and a $1,000!
4504  Jeffrey  70 + 10 = 80

* Doug almost forgets the bonus spin...

Doreen's Bonus Spin  20
Doreen moves on to the Showcase.

SHOWCASE

Tonight's showcase is filled with prizes to help you cruising around.

Doreen is playing the SHOWCASE RANGE FINDER for...

1. A motor-mini scooter from Motorbaord;
2. A peddleboat
3. A 1995 Chevy Baretta Z26 fully equipped
4. A cruise to the Orient (From L.A. to Bangkok)

* And yes, the car is not the final prize of the showcase.

Scale is from 10,000 to 70,000
Doreen, during the commercial picked a 10,000 range.
She stopped between 38,000 and 48,000
The total value of tonight's showcase is: $35,740. She missed it by only 3,000!  [color=0000CC]LOSS[/color]

Doreen with her family and friends stays on stage while Doug sits to meet on the folks in the audience as the show rolls the credits.

"This is Burton Richardson speaking for The New Price is Right! A Mark Goodson Television Production."

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Re: A TNPIR '94 Recap
« Reply #1 on: July 06, 2006, 12:27:57 PM »
Very nice recap. IMO, there should be more TNPiR'94 recaps.

One question, Doreen's grand total came out to $4951. Did Doug mention that? As a matter of fact, not to sound nit-picky, but what were his exact words?

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Re: A TNPIR '94 Recap
« Reply #2 on: July 09, 2006, 12:40:07 AM »
I do have more TNPIR 94 episodes and I plan to recap them too.

And out from my head I think Doug just said that Doreen won a "bunch of nice things". He did not remember the prizes she got during Most Expensive and the total was not ever mentionned, even on screen.

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Re: A TNPIR '94 Recap
« Reply #3 on: July 09, 2006, 01:54:10 PM »
Well, Shannon definitely knew how to suck the life out of Superball. >>

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The TPIR'94 Nighttime Intro
« Reply #4 on: July 10, 2006, 11:24:09 AM »
I actually get flashbacks of WTVD-11 when I see the Barker clips during the intro, even though it aired on channel 5 in Durham, NC, LOL!

I thought Doug did a decent job with his version...I used to watch it while doing my homework back in middle school.  Some people didn't like it, but I thought it was cool. :-D

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Re: A TNPIR '94 Recap
« Reply #5 on: July 17, 2006, 10:29:26 AM »
I actually have this episode! 11-1994...I actually thought it was the 3rd episode ever taped. Boy was I wrong...

I used to get up at 3:00 AM to watch this on WDZL-Ch. 39 (Miami, FL). When Mr. Vargas sent me some DVDs, I ended up getting THREE TNPiR'94 episodes! And one of them (not this one, unfortunately :-( was from WDZL (now WBZL-which will soon become Miami's CW affiliate)!
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Re: A TNPIR '94 Recap
« Reply #6 on: July 22, 2006, 06:24:03 PM »
Actually Daniel, it may be possible that this was the third episode to be taped. Since I did not label the time I recorded the episode back then, and the fact that this was 14 years ago, it might be possible that this was aired back in September. Or it might be a repeat aired in November, or that the episodes were airing out of order.

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Re: A TNPIR '94 Recap
« Reply #7 on: October 18, 2007, 04:36:34 PM »
Can you give a video of the recap on youtube? How did you know of the recap?

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Re: A TNPIR '94 Recap
« Reply #8 on: October 31, 2007, 07:23:41 PM »
"A video of the recap?"

Huh?
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