The month ended a week ago, at least as reasonable airdates for The Price Is Right go, but I hadn't had the chance to catch up on all these statistics to track until now. For the episodes airing between the 3rd of December and the 28th of December --- which has one skipped day; the show took Christmas off for some reason --- here's the results of the Showcase Showdown spinning:
I hesitate to suggest there's any statistical significance here, but this was a lousy month to be the third spinner, and it's not much of a good season for one either. As far as the lowest winning spin goes, well, nothing changed this past month. That'll happen.
|No Overspins||One Overspin||Two Overspins|
Sorry it's kind of a dull month for these reports, but I suppose they all kind of are, really.
Trivia: The world produced 5 billion units of penicillin in 1943. In 1944 it produced 300 billion units, enough to treat approximately a half-million people per month. Source: Molecules At An Exhibition: The Science Of Everyday Life, John Emsley.
Currently Reading: 1493: Uncovering The New World Columbus Created, Charles C Mann. … Japanese samurai guarding the silver routes in 17th century Mexico. I'd think ratmmjess found that for a pulp-encyclopedia entry if it weren't in a nonfiction book.