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Sep 30 2010, 4:40am CDT
Source: Tampa Bay Business Journal
Ted Hoornstra, a financial adviser from St. Petersburg, appeared on"Wheel of Fortune" last night.
Hoornstra called the appearance a “bucket list item” and had actually auditioned for the show once before in 2012, the Tampa Bay Times said.
His appearance is part of a week of shows celebrating fathers. Hoornstra has two daughters. Prior to becoming a financial adviser, Hoornstra worked as a sportscaster on local television including a time on Bay ...
Full article at: Tampa Bay Business Journal
Jun 12 2014, 5:44am CDT
There is nothing that tickles our fancy more than people who are really, really bad at Wheel of Fortune. Although using the phrase "tickles our fancy" tickle ...
Full article at: eonline
Jun 5 2014, 1:16pm CDT
Source: Daily Mail
It was possible that the pressure of television got the better of him, but whatever the reason, the US contestant blurted out 'Surf Cl ...
Full article at: Daily Mail
Jun 5 2014, 8:49am CDT
Source: MyFox 8 WGHO
This might be one of the worst Wheel of Fortune puzzle solve fails in history.
It was the first round of the game and the category was “Song Lyrics.” Contestants had made it to “S_RF C_ _Y _ERE WE COME” in the puzzle.
Jan & Dean’s famous 1963 lyrics “Surf City, here we come” seemed like an obvious enough guess. When poor Stephen buzzed in to answer, he didn’t even come close.
After Stephen blurted “Surf clay where we go.” Pat Sajak’s response? “Uhh… No.”
Full article at: MyFox 8 WGHO
Jun 4 2014, 9:46pm CDT