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Controversial Call On 'Wheel of Fortune' Last Night
© Mark Hedrick, Port Huron Times Herald via Imagn Content Services, LLC
Tuesday's Wheel of Fortune ended in controversy as a contestant lost the bonus round on a technicality, missing out on a brand new Audi in the process...
(The Big Lead)
Filed Under: General Sports

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Everybody can calm down...Audi is giving her the car.
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Audi got wind of this and they are going to give her a car. So the game gets to keep its integrity, and the woman gets a car anyway, win-win for everybody
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Wheel of Fortune producers are such naggers.
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She didn't phrase it in the form of a question.
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I see what you did there and it earned an upvote!
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She should identify herself as the winner, cuz that is what she is. F you Sajak quit being a fricking cheap skate.
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Rules are rules. But it is a stupid rule.
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just fricking give it to her, this show pulls in so much money who gives a shite if they give away something worth $50k
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then why don't they just give every contestant $50k, you know, since they make so much money. The appeal of the show is the chance for players to win money, but they've got to do it by the rules. Changing the rules opens a whole can of worms.
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I feel perfectly situated to also receive $50k from the Wheel. I know how the game is played and if invited I’ll need that fifty for transportation. So give me thrr we money and let me get to work. Uhhh, please?
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She actually said it in order...... but with a dramatic pause at the end. Cheap show but Vanna is still hanging in their.
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I feel bad for her, but Wheel of Fortune has to follow the rules to the letter (no pun intended). If they allowed her to win, other contestants from years ago who did the same thing would demand they get their prize. Sorry, but rules are rules, and the rule isn't an unreasonable one.
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I have an innie not an Audi
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Hard to say it's controversial when they have been doing it that way for DECADES. Tough break though, I feel for her.
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She got robbed of the Audi and in the looks department
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I'm guessing you aren't exactly much of a looker yourself you common prick.
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Looks department? She's a solid 6-6.5. Come on man...
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She should sue for discrimination against stutterers.
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That show is cheap as shite. They are syndicated and making millions per episode and giving 20-30k in prizes. And then holding Audis back when people figure out their stupid puzzles. Better come off that money, WOF.
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STFU, Larry. Rules are rules and she should have gotten that way earlier.
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completely agree, but apparently the millennials on this board want to ignore the rules, just because. Pathetic.
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Common man. That’s malarkey. Those lying dog-faced pony soldiers.
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Makes sense. Slippery slope if they bent on that rule.
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Rules are rules sorry sugar babe maybe next time
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