Boy, game shows are real sticklers these days. You have to check out this viral video of a Wheel of Fortune contestant losing over $7000 of his hard-spelled money for something as simple as minor mispronunciation.
Don't wear your saggy pants in Jennings. It is illegal. We wanted to know what you thought about that, the outrageous winner on "Wheel" and if you thought we would have another freeze. Here are this week's poll Listener results.
I'm not a fan of Wheel of Fortune. Just never got into it, I guess, but I have to admit that the contestant in this video is one lucky guy.
He only has two letters to work with and blurts out what I thought was a pretty dumb guess. Turns out I'm the dumb one, he nailed the answer and won $45,000!
Don't look ahead on this. If you saw the show, you know what the puzzle said, so it won't be a big shock for you. If, on the other hand, you haven't seen this you won't believe it.
The puzzle was a tough one and the letters she guess were not in the puzzle making it that much harder. She had almost nothing to go on, so she took a guess.
Since when has diction been important on "Wheel of Fortune?"
The contestant got the answer right, but she dropped the "g" when she pronounced the word "swimming." Pat Sajak, the show's long time host, declared the answer wrong and went on to the next contestant. Obviously, the next contestant gave the same answer on with the offending consonant in place. Even the wi
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