'Price is Right' fans freak out after family wins three of the show’s most iconic prize

During the primetime holiday special on Tuesday night, many happy families went home with lots of presents that most likely won't fit under their Christmas trees.
One family in particular, the Derricks family, did very well during the Triple Play when they won not one, not two, but three cars - a Volkswagen Jetta, a Jeep Cherokee Latitude Crossover, and a Cadillac CT4 Luxury for a total of $ 83,735.
Viewers, overwhelmed by the Derricks' grand awards show, immediately took to social media to express their shock during the episode.
While most people were excited for the family and their adorable daughter, there were also some grins that said bah humbug.
The Derricks family weren't the only crew to make a big win on Tuesday night. The Roy family took home a solid $ 25,000, while the Flowers, who won an Airstream first, made it to the final round of showcase with the Derricks, where they swept away and took home prizes worth a whopping $ 102,478 took home.
Overall, the episode seemed to bring a lot of holiday joy to the viewers at home, who were happy that the lucky winners of the night were given so much joy.
The award will air on Tuesday, December 22nd at 8pm. on CBS.
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Garth Brooks was featured during Garth and Trisha Live! Holiday concert with wife Trisha Yearwood on CBS Sunday night. Throughout the live show, viewers could request songs via social media using the hashtag #GarthandTrishaLIVE. After many viewers began soliciting Brooks 'Christmas classic "Belleau Wood," the country singer wrote and released songs in the' 90s that took place on the frontlines of Christmas events during World War I, Yearwood said to her husband, "Good luck, Buddy. This one makes me cry and I never cry. " Before the performance, Brooks announced that he usually does an abridged version of the song. However, on Sunday he insisted on singing the full version, which made it even harder for him to get through to the end. The home viewers also got emotional during the performance as the heartfelt song, discussing the heartbreaking cost of war but highlighting both triumph and tragedy as adversaries find peace and unity, was a perfect reminder to hope during this To have holiday season.
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