This episode introduces Price's second major set overhaul. Darker doorframes similar to the ones from The Price Is Right Salutes (2002) carry over to daytime, and the Big Doors now have identical patterns except for two stripes that are colored differently on each door. The Hollywood mural replaces the traditional patterns on the Turntable walls; the "interior panel" turns gold and no longer has any pattern at all, and the "game side" has the old patterns in red, blue, and yellow instead of purple, red, and orange. Additionally, the gold parts of the Turntable wall are now brighter and shinier than before.
This episode also restores the now star-surrounded regular logo to the Big Doors; it is also restored, in its red-and-yellow version in the opening and also surrounded by stars. The "31 Years" logo remains in the mid-show bumper.
As of this episode, the producers adopted a policy to not hire any additional models to become permanent Barker's Beauties. Claudia Jordan and Nikki Schieler Ziering remain the only permanent models and are joined by various rotating models.