Lucky contestants get the chance to win fabulous prizes. Natalie -- whose first word was not "mommy" or "daddy" but Plinko -- guesses the closest price for a treadmill and gets the chance to win a Yamaha upright-piano by playing Coming or Going. Even though Plinko was Natalie's first word, Sharon is the one who gets to play it, after she guesses the closest price (without going over) for some flatware. Caroline uses strategy and gets the chance to win a Pontiac via the Card Game. Kathryn guesses the exact price of a laptop computer and not only wins $500 from Drew Carey's own pocket, but also gets to play the Balance Game. Cory, after coming close several times, finally gets up to play: and the prize, if he wins Pass the Buck, will be a Chevrolet Cobalt. William bids one dollar for a diamond pendant and gets the chance to win a sofa and some scuba gear. The Showcase Showdown features a Jeannie-like genie, who gets all her mistress's requests wrong. Written by
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Here it comes! From the Bob Barker Studio at CBS in Hollywood! Television's most exciting hour of fantastic prizes, the fabulous 60-minute "Price is Right"! Natalie Jetta, come on down! Corey Smith, come on down! Sharon Arendt, come on down! And Caroline Platin, come on down! You are the first four contestants on "The Price is Right." And now, here is the star of "The Price is Right," Drew Carey!
References I Dream of Jeannie