We Have No Words For This 'Wheel Of Fortune' Fail
This "Wheel of Fortune" contestant probably should have thought a little longer before trying to answer this puzzle.
This "Wheel of Fortune" fail is in a category all its own. This contestant missed a super obvious answer and an easy score.
"I'd like to solve the puzzle," said the contestant.
"Ok," said host Pat Sajak.
"Start in the right way," answered the contestant.
"No, that is not correct," said Sajak.
Yup, not only is this letter not an "R" but "Start in the right way" doesn't fit the category either.
We know you can't see host Pat Sajak in that clip, but you can tell from his voice he is not impressed. At least another contestant swooped in and stole the round.
"Stars in the night sky," she said.
Let this serve as a lesson to future contestants, trying to pull a fast one by changing the letters on the board will get you nowhere.
This video includes images from Getty Images and music from Kevin MacLeod / CC BY 3.0.
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