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Offline plinko2000

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1982 show (w/Bill Cullen appearance): October 26, 1982
« on: May 09, 2006, 08:47:49 PM »
Patricia, Janice, Alberto, and Velma come on down

Item #1: A range, brought out by "Chugs" the TPIR train. The prize is modeled by Dian and the train is driven by Holly

Patricia: $425
Janice: $669
Alberto: $670
Vemla: $595

ARP: $610

Velma wins and will play Safe Crackers for a snowmobile and snow skis and boots worth $3,318. Dian opens the safe, Holly models the snowmobile, and Janice models the skis.

Numbers are 9, 6, and 5

Sets combination at $695, tries safe, doesn't open LOSS

Price is $569

Mary Lou comes on down

Item #2: Recliner, modeled by Janice

Mary Lou: $449
Patricia: $650
Janice: $700
Alberto: $550

ARP: $995

Janice wins and will play Hole in One for a AMC Eagle worth $11,097, modeled by Dian and the cue was the Family Feud theme

Products:
Franco American Gravy
Tony's Pizza
Pepsodent
Hair spray
Generic Brand Shampoo
Oriental noodles

Goes with this order:
Gravy: 33
Toothpaste: $1.25
Noodles: 52
Pizza
Shampoo
Hair Color

Putts from 2nd line

Bob's Inspiration putt: Goes to the left

Contestant's putt: Too short LOSS

Bill Cullen comes on down. He rides on a sofa brought out by "Chugs" which is driven by Holly. He promotes his then new show, "Child's Play" A kid named Jason is shown in a video describing the show, then he appears in another video to describe Bob.

Paula comes on down

Item #3: Area rug, modeled by Janice(Rye Bred is the cue)

Paula: $465
Alberto: $495
Mary Lou: $299
Patricia: $500

ARP: $439

Mary Lou wins and will play One Right Price for trips to New York and Jamaica, modeled by Dian and Holly(Second Thoughts is the cue)

ORP is $1,552, chooses the trip to Jamaica, WIN

New York is $1,816

Showcase Showdown #1:

Velma: First spin is .50, second spin is .90 OVER
Janice: .70, stays
Mary Lou: .55, second spin is .95 OVER

Janice goes to the showcases

Leonard comes on down

Item #4: Luggage, modeled by Janice

Leonard: $550
Patricia: $450
Paula: $600
Alberto: $350

ARP: $558

Leonard wins and will play Poker Game for a patio group, sofa, cookware and color TV, modeled by Dian and Holly(Big Banana Remix is the cue)

1st choice: Sofa, is $515
2nd choice: TV, is $595

Hand is 5 5 5 5 9, keeps hand

Cookware is $200, patio group is $888, house hand is 8 8 8 0 0 WIN

Nancy comes on down

Item #5: Trash compactor, modeled by Holly

Nancy: $315
Patricia: $325
Paula: $340
Alberto: $400

ARP: $340

Paula reaches into Bob's pocket for the $100 bonus and will play Cliffhangers for a Jukebox worth $2,995, modeld by janice

Prizes:
Paint
Waffler
Coffee Maker(Dian models and Bhen is the cue)

Paint: Guesses $20, is wrong, mountain climber stops at 6, price is $36
Waffler: Guesses $29, is right
Coffee Maker: Guesses $42, is wrong, climber stops at 16, price is $32 WIN

Patricia is still in the row, where she has been since the start of the show. This is her last chance to get out or face banishment to the First Four Breakfast Club. That is one thing we don't want to see happen.

Susan comes on down

Item #6: Golf Clubs, modeled by Janice

Susan: $395
Alberto: $429
Nancy: $396
Patricia: $400

ARP: $1.021

Patricia is dragged kicking and screaming to the FFBC clubhouse while Alberto wins and plays Money Game for a Mazda GLC., modeled by Holly

Board looks like this:

75 87 73

49 71 06

24 32 45

1st choice: 73, dollar sign
2nd choice: 75, front of car
3rd choice: 45, back of car WIN

Car is $7,545

Showcase showdown #2:

Leonard: First spin is .40, second spin is .05, total is .45
Paula: First spin is .40, second spin is .45, total is .85
Alberto: First spin is .45, second spin is .85 OVER

Paula goes to the showcases

Showcases:

Top winner: Paula
Runner up: Janice

Showcase #1

TPIR department store(Big Banana is the cue, Dian is the elevator operator and Janice and Holly model the prizes)
Waterbed
Curio cabinet
Refrigerator/freezer
Ford Escort

Paula bids $9,800

Showcase #2:

TPIR auction:
The item auctioned is a memorial bucket from Gemeral Flanders

First bidder is Holly who bids a portable cassette recorder
Janice increases that bid with 2 10-speed bikes
Dian increases that with a gold necklace
Dian wins the bucket with a rubber chicken which has a pink slip to a sailboat

Janice bids $18,000

Paula bid $9,800, ARP is $12,575, difference is $2,775
Janice bid $18,000, ARP is $11,707 OVER

Paula wins her showcase and a total of $16,097
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Re: Classic recap: 1982 show
« Reply #1 on: May 09, 2006, 08:53:13 PM »
I'm curious -- which patterns were on the Turntable walls in this episode, and which "$500" sign was used in Hole in One?
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Re: Classic recap: 1982 show
« Reply #2 on: May 09, 2006, 08:54:57 PM »
The turning part of the turntable used the 1983 design, but the rest of the turntable used the 1982 design, and the $500 display was the golden flag.

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Re: Classic recap: 1982 show
« Reply #3 on: May 10, 2006, 09:35:24 AM »
Plinko2000, you can't post recaps of shows like this and not mention the important moments, as it can sometimes make the whole show!!  Not to mention the fact that HISTORY was made on this show today!!!!  This is the show (and only time) in which former TPIR host BILL CULLEN made his only cameo EVER on this version TPIR!!!!  Bill chugged out on the TPIR train to plug Child's Play and he even had a child describe The Price Is Right, Johnny Olson, & of course Bob Barker.  The whole segment was cute and HILARIOUS as well.  When I go home I will transcribe the whole moment and post it here.

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Re: Classic recap: 1982 show
« Reply #4 on: May 10, 2006, 11:23:23 AM »
I briefly mentioned Bill Cullen's appearance.

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Bill Cullen comes on down. He rides on a sofa brought out by "Chugs" which is driven by Holly. He promotes his then new show, "Child's Play" A kid named Jason is shown in a video describing the show, then he appears in another video to describe Bob.

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Re: Classic recap: 1982 show
« Reply #5 on: May 10, 2006, 02:50:03 PM »
I stand corrected.  I am sorry.  I must have glanced over it.  Please accept my apologies.

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Re: Classic recap: 1982 show
« Reply #6 on: May 11, 2006, 08:37:48 PM »
I sure got a kick out of the video of Jason.  :-D

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Re: Classic recap: 1982 show
« Reply #7 on: May 13, 2006, 11:34:34 PM »
I should ask: Where was Money Game played?
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Bryan, the Punchboard player who gave up $5,000 for a chance at $10,000 and won ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FPQ_RRwCfhY )

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Re: Classic recap: 1982 show
« Reply #8 on: May 14, 2006, 12:22:32 AM »
Had to be on the Turntable -- it moved there sometime in 1981.
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Re: Classic recap: 1982 show
« Reply #9 on: May 15, 2006, 04:31:24 PM »
Money Game was still in the middle of the stage till 1983.

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Re: Classic recap: 1982 show
« Reply #10 on: May 15, 2006, 04:42:35 PM »
Not according to everyone I've ever talked to, it wasn't.
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Re: Classic recap: 1982 show
« Reply #11 on: May 15, 2006, 04:46:26 PM »
I personally remember seeing Money Game played on the turntable in 1982 (Watched lots of episodes during summer vacation). I was just checking to make sure it didn't debut in early 1982 instead of 1981.
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Re: Classic recap: 1982 show
« Reply #12 on: May 15, 2006, 04:49:52 PM »
Well, regardless, this episode is from Season 11, so it wouldn't really help with that.
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