Entertainment Due to the airing of the 2020 Indiana Gubernatorial Debate, viewers can watch Jeopardy and Wheel of Fortune on a different channel. Viewers should check their local listings for other cable networks.
Eric Holcomb, Democratic candidate Dr. Woody Myers and Libertarian Donald Rainwater. Both Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy will return to Channel 13 on Wednesday, Oct. 21.
I don't know the answer, but I will point out that curiosity gets piqued, not peaked. NoWhammies10 Relaxing In The Hot Tub Posts: 279 Joined: Wed Jul 27, 2011 11:49 pm Location: Toronto, Ont.
Personally, I'd love to run rampant on Wheel ... but I'd get rejected because Sony Pictures wouldn't want to be out $85,000. Heelsrule1988 wrote: If anyone has been on Wheel of Fortune and regular Jeopardy, I will cry tears because of the shame of our country.
Heelsrule1988 wrote: Personally, I'd love to run rampant on Wheel ... but I'd get rejected because Sony Pictures wouldn't want to be out $85,000. The prize money is a very small component of their total expenses.
You get to be on national TV and a chance to win a bunch of money. Yes, you probably need to do well at word games in general and be able to see letter patterns, but luck is also a huge factor. One show I would never go on is The Price is Right.
Very little skill involved, and you are stuck having to pay taxes on a bunch of crap you may not need or want or a trip to some place you don't want to go. Just cut me a check from Sony, and I'll buy my own prizes.
Champion Posts: 285 Joined: Mon Aug 08, 2011 11:00 pm Location: Pittsburgh, PA Postby Hugo Fri Dec 30, 2011 3:10 pm The prize money is a very small component of their total expenses.
Do you think Sony was unhappy writing a huge check to Ken? *nod* I'd suspect $85,000 is about half the cost of a single commercial spot on that show.
Aspirants are adept at wordplay, though many definitely are (John, are your ears burning?) I do fine on those occasions that I watch Wheel, though it's mostly as a learning exercise for my 7-year-old son.
As far as Wheel skill, I think a good portion of it just comes to me by way of watching the show almost daily since 2002 (and before that, from 1992-1995 with great frequency). It also helps that Wheel tends to recycle puzzles a great deal.
What to Watch Fun Frisky Nostalgic Intense Adventurous Choked Up Curious Romantic Weird In the first episode of this first-ever prime time edition, Pat and Anna are joined by Leslie Jones, Chandra Wilson and Tony Hawk.
Leslie Jones, Chandra Wilson, and Tony Hawk will face off for their favorite charities on tonight's premiere episode. Speak's longtime co-host Anna White agreed the show is “so much better now,” without shopping.