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Wheel of Fortune fans shocked after they notice major ‘ERROR’ as Pat Sajak reads answer to crossword puzzle challenge

WHEEL of Fortune fans were shocked tonight as they noticed a major ‘ERROR’.

Viewers called out the mistake as host Pat Sajak read out the answer to the crossword puzzle challenge.

ABCWheel of Fortune fans believe that the crossword clue Pat Sajak read out was an ‘error’[/caption]

ABCViewers pointed out that the hint was grammatically misleading[/caption]

On tonight’s episode of Wheel of Fortune, the clue for the crossword puzzle was: “On your feet”.

The answer was then revealed to be: “Sock, moccasin, slipper, boot.”

However, fans pointed out that the clue was technically misleading.

Because the clue used the plural “feet”, the answers should have been plurals too, for example, socks, mocassins etc.


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Viewers took to Twitter to express their frustration.

One called out: “Wheel of Fortune! One error on the crossword.  The clue is ’on your feet’ but the answers are single words. Should be on your foot.”

Another raged: “FOOT! ON YOUR FEET? Are you f**king kidding me?”

A third wrote: ”I cannot with this one….  ‘On your foot’ guys not ‘on your feet!’”


The blunder comes after fans were outraged last month when a contestant named Chris was “robbed” of a prize for saying “a” before an answer.

During the Express Train round, Chris guessed the answer to be “a frozen concoction”, before quickly correcting his answer to just, “frozen concoction”.

However, Pat refused to accept his answer, on the basis that the article “a” did not fit the puzzle.

He then passed it onto the next contestant, who achieved the correct answer simply by saying, “frozen concoction”.

Chris looked highly disappointed by the show’s strict enforcement of the rules.


However, sometimes the inconsistencies work in the contestants’ favor.

Earlier this month, Californian Calvin drove away in a brand new Mazda despite his “incorrect response”.

At the end of the episode, he was struggling to solve the final puzzle, and after a few botched guesses, he answered “final buzzer,” just in the nick of time.

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However, with three spaces on the board, the real answer was actually ”the final buzzer.”

Wheel of Fortune fans were surprised to see that Pat allowed the contestant to get away with the error.

ABCTonight’s confusing clue stumped Robyn[/caption]

ABCLast month, fans were left feeling that contestant Chris was ‘robbed’ of a prize[/caption]

ABCBut the show was more kind to Calvin, who drove away in a brand new car[/caption]

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