by Jason DeWitt | Top Right News
What a week on the Wheel. We saw one of the rarest feats ever only the third contestant to ever win a million dollars, when a middle school math teacher took home the goods.
Now we see an almost unbelievably epic fail from a contestant named Rosette. A fail so incomprehensible that the Apocalypse may well be on the way.
Note: Since some of you asked, here is the definition of the WOF category Before & After:
Introduced on February 27, 1989. Consists of two phrases, names, etc. combined by a word that ends the first and starts the second (e.g., WHEEL OF FORTUNE COOKIE, which combines Wheel of Fortune and fortune cookie). Perhaps to make the answer structure more obvious, most Before & After puzzles in the late 2000s have the connecting word on its own line if possible.
Yeah…it was that bad.