Ellen: Price is Right Contestant Guesses Wrong
Ellen had a special guest on her show. It was a man who went on The Price is Right and guessed $7,000 for a hammock. His opponents made guesses like $750 and $755. Corey Simms came on Ellen to explain his goof.
Corey said that was his first time on the show. The week before going on there, he lost his job, which bummed him out. So he got tickets to The Price is Right to cheer himself up. He said he and his girlfriend were taking pictures of the contestants and he wanted to stand out. So he jumped up and clicked his heels and he accidentally kicked his girlfriend in the face.
Ellen TV: Why Did He Think a Hammock Was Worth $7,000?
Corey said they were still together, even after he kicked her in the face and guessed that a hammock was $7,000. Corey said they’re only given one chance, so he wanted to do it right. He said he’s never seen a hammock before in his life.
“I believe that,” Ellen said.
“I’m looking at it. I’m like, ‘You know, that hammock must have Siri with it. It must have a DVD player on the side,'” he said. “I thought it had Bluetooth, Siri, I’m thinking everything in the world comes with this hammock.”
Ellen: The Price is Right Game
To help Corey out, Ellen decided to have a special Price is Right game on their show. The prize girl, Lauren, revealed that the prize Corey was bidding on was a hammock with an X-Box, HD TCL Roku TV, surround sound system, Blu-Ray player, $1,000 Target gift card, a vacuum cleaner, a Margaritaville blender, and a whole lot more.
So what price did Corey guess for all of this? $7,000, of course! He was correct and got to go home with all of these things.
Ellen TV: Seth Rogen Epic or Fail
Seth Rogen came by Ellen to play Epic or Fail. I’m not sure why he didn’t get an actual interview, because it seemed weird to bring him out for one game. But in any case, Epic or Fail is a game where they show the beginning of someone attempting to do something and then the contestants (Ellen and Seth) guess whether it’s going to be epic a fail.
Some of these videos included an incredible boy who did a crazy backflip while grabbing a basketball and shooting it mid-air from across the basketball court into the basket. Another one showed a misguided tow truck driver, who attempted to flip a car on its side by pulling it with a chain on his truck. It worked, but then the car started moving forward and fell into a ditch.
Seth Rogen is getting ready for his charity event for Alzheimer’s Disease, Hilarity for Charity. Ellen and Shutterfly gave him $10,000 for the cause and Seth looked genuinely shocked and touched by the gesture.