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Friday, January 23, 2015

Stats: Week 43-17



Week 43-17
Year to Date
Change
W-L Record
9-21-0
(18 pts.; .300)
220-236-30
(470 pts.; .463)
.010
8 pts.
Total Winnings (Approx.)
$298,720
$5,869,852
$20,584
Total Offered (Approx.)
$719,058
$14,495,346
$81,124
Percentage Won
37.33%
40.49%
0.18%
Average Winnings Per Episode
$59,744
$72,467
$826
Median Winnings Per Episode
$57,068
$68,535
$521


General Statistics
Week 43-17
Year to Date
Cars Given Away
3
81
Cars Offered
14
230
Double Showcase Winners
1
2
Double Overbids
4
Perfect Shows [1, 2]
1
Winless Shows
1
4
First Four Leftovers
40
Perfect Bids
23
Contestant's Row Overbids [2]
3
Technical Wins
Spin-Offs
1
19
Bonus Spins
2
37
$10,000 Bonus Spin Wins
1
$25,000 Bonus Spin Wins
3

[1] Episode #6822K (aired 31 September) featured five wins and one bailout.
[2] Episode #6913K (aired 10 December) featured three wins and three "partials" (by this site's definition).
[3] Only those seen in the broadcast are counted. Some episodes may have had overbid rounds that were edited for time constraints.

Highs and Lows
Week 43-17
Year to Date
Highest Contestant Total
$74,548
(Shy, Cash, & Nikki; 19 Jan)
$143,545
(Mark, 14 Nov)
Lowest Contestant Total
$505
(Jacob & Andrew, 19 Jan)
$504
(Merna, 22 Dec)
Highest Daily Total
$87,654
(19 Jan)
$203,353
(14 Nov)
Lowest Daily Total
$46,461
(20 Jan)
$21,930
(23 Oct)
Highest Total Offered
$234,827
(23 Jan)
$1,152,639
(13 Nov)
Lowest Total Offered
$120,635
(21 Jan)
$118,219
(16 Dec)
Highest Daily Average
$14,609
(19 Jan)
$33,892
(14 Nov)
Lowest Daily Average
$7,744
(19 Jan)
$3,565
(21 Oct)
Highest Daily Median
$2,069
(19 Jan)
$16,811
(23 Oct)
Lowest Daily Median
$1,207
(20 Jan)
$1,207
(20 Jan)
Highest Daily Percentage
64.27%
(19 Jan)
84.19%
(14 Nov)
Lowest Daily Percentage
24.3%
(23 Jan)
3.28%
(13 Nov)
Highest Weekly Total
$615,339
(Week 43-08 [1])
Lowest Weekly Total
$246,762
(Week 43-06 [2])
Highest Weekly Total Offered
$2,311,994
(Week 43-08 [1])
Lowest Weekly Total Offered
$559,107
(Week 43-10 [3])
Highest Weekly Average
$123,068
(Week 43-08 [1])
Lowest Weekly Average
$53,656
(Week 43-12)
Highest Weekly Median
$114,755
(Week 43-08 [1])
Lowest Weekly Median
$51,382
(Week 43-16)
Highest Weekly Percentage
56.82%
(Week 43-13)
Lowest Weeky Percentage
26.62%
(Week 43-08)
Highest Weekly Score
41
(Week 43-02)
Lowest Weekly Score
18 (tie)
(Weeks 43-05, 43-17)

[1] Big Money Week (10-14 November).
[2] Week 43-06 consisted of four episodes (27-30 October).
[3] Week 43-10 consisted of four episodes (24-26 November, 1 December).

Model Appearances
Week 43-17
Year to Date
Manuela Abreález
1
22
Matthew Atkinson*
2
Daniel Goddard
Hunter King*
2
Amber Lancaster
2
25
Karla Mosley*
6
James O'Halloran
7
Melissa Ordway*
2
6
Gwendolyn Osbourne-Smith
2
24
Rachel Reynolds
3
77
"Rick from Liquid-Plumr"*
1

* - Guest model

Microphone Handoffs
Week 43-17
Year to Date
Manuela Abreález
12
Amber Lancaster
2
12
Gwendolyn Osbourne-Smith
1
9
Rachel Reynolds
2
44

Pricing Game
Plays
W
L
P
Score
Avg.
Streak
Any Number
10
6
3
1
13
.600
L1
Balance Game
5
2
3
0
4
.400
L2
Bargain Game
12
7
5
0
14
.583
W2
Bonkers!
6
3
3
0
6
.500
L1
Bonus Game
4
1
3
0
2
.250
L2
Bullseye
5
5
0
0
10
1.000
W5
Card Game
9
3
6
0
6
.333
L4
Check Game
3
2
1
0
4
.667
W2
Check-Out
4
2
2
0
4
.500
L1
Cliff Hangers
10
6
4
0
12
.600
L1
Clock Game
5
4
1
0
8
.800
W1
Coming or Going
11
9
2
0
18
.818
L1
Cover Up
6
3
3
0
6
.500
L1
Danger Price
4
0
4
0
0
.000
L4
Dice Game
8
7
1
0
14
.875
W3
Do the Math
8
3
5
0
6
.375
W1
Double Cross
6
5
1
0
10
.833
L1
Double Prices
10
7
3
0
14
.700
L1
Eaƨy Aƨ 1-2-3
4
2
2
0
4
.500
L1
Five Price Tags
5
2
3
0
4
.400
W1
Flip Flop
14
10
4
0
20
.714
W1
Freeze Frame
8
2
6
0
4
.250
L2
Gas Money
5
0
5
0
0
.000
L5
Golden Road
2
1
0
1
3
.500
W1
Grand Game
8
2
6
0
4
.250
L3
Grocery Game
4
1
3
0
2
.250
L3
½ Off
6
2
4
0
4
.333
L4
Hi-Lo
4
1
3
0
2
.250
L1
Hole in One (or Two)
3
2
1
0
4
.667
W1
It's In the Bag
7
1
2
4
6
.143
P3
Let 'em Roll
5
0
3
2
2
.000
L3
Line em Up
4
0
4
0
0
.000
L4
Lucky $even
14
3
11
0
6
.214
L3
Magic #
2
1
1
0
2
.500
W1
Make Your Move
4
2
2
0
4
.500
L1
Master Key
4
1
1
2
4
.250
L1
Money Game
14
4
10
0
8
.286
L3
More or Less
6
1
0
5
7
.167
P2
Most Expen$ive
14
11
3
0
22
.786
W2
Now....or Then
3
3
0
0
6
1.000
W3
One Away
7
1
6
0
2
.143
L5
1 Right Price
13
7
6
0
14
.538
W3
One Wrong Price
8
3
5
0
6
.375
L2
Pass the Buck
4
2
2
0
4
.500
W2
Pathfinder
4
0
4
0
0
.000
L4
Pay the Rent
5
0
1
4
4
.000
L1
Pick-a-Number
10
3
7

6
.300
W2
Pick-a-Pair
7
3
4
0
6
.429
W1
Plinko
12
4
4
4
12
.333
L2
Pocket ¢hange
6
2
4
0
4
.333
L3
Punch-a-Bunch
7
0
5
2
2
.000
L2
Push Over
12
8
4
0
16
.667
W1
Race Game
4
3
0
1
7
.750
W1
Range Game
7
4
3
0
8
.571
W2
Rat Race
4
2
1
1
5
.500
W1
Safe Crackers
4
2
2
0
4
.500
L1
Secret "X"
6
2
4
0
4
.333
L1
Shell Game
2
1
1
0
2
.500
W1
Shopping Spree
6
3
3
0
6
.500
W2
Side by Side
12
6
6
0
12
.500
W2
Spelling Bee
4
2
0
2
6
.500
W1
Squeeze Play
12
8
4
0
16
.667
W1
Stack the Deck
5
1
4
0
2
.200
W1
Step Up
1
0
0
1
1
.000
P1
Swap Meet
5
2
3
0
4
.400
L1
Switch?
13
10
3
0
20
.769
L1
Switcheroo
3
1
2
0
2
.333
L1
Take Two
4
2
2
0
4
.500
L2
Temptation
3
1
2
0
2
.333
L1
10 Chances
3
0
3
0
0
.000
L3
That's Too Much!
12
2
10
0
4
.167
W1
3 Strikes
2
1
1
0
2
.500
W1
Time is Money
8
4
4

8
.500
L1
Triple Play
2
0
2
0
0
.000
L2
2 for the Price of 1
3
3
0
0
6
1.000
W3
TOTALS
486
220
236
30
470
.453

1 comment:

  1. Here's another stat you might be interested in: On Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, the first three rounds ran unusually short.

    On a normal episode, they're usually in the middle of the third pricing game at the 15-minute mark. But on those three episodes, they were able to fit in all three games PLUS a Play at Home promo in 15 minutes!

    At least Thursday's episode had the excuse of the Bold and the Beautiful 7,000th special Showcase, which they probably wanted to make extra time for. But what about Tuesday and Wednesday?

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