Wheel Of Fortune fans point out ‘bizarre’ detail from show that repeats nearly EVERY episode

WHEEL Of Fortune fans have pointed out a strange detail from the show that appears in almost every episode.

The show has been airing since 1975, but eagle-eyed viewers proved with photo evidence that some things just don’t change.


As Wheel of Fortune airs every weeknight, there have been thousands of episodes produced over the last few decades.

One Twitter user showed that, at least in recent times, there has been one fairly consistent bizarre detail on the show.

The fan helped focus everyone’s attention of what seems to be the show’s uniform of choice for its women contestants – a cobalt blue shirt and a black blazer.

After one of the contestants, Amy, wore the ensemble during Thursday’s episode, it just hit the social media user how often they’v seen the same attire on the show.

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“Have you ever noticed how many contestants wear the same looking outfit on #wheeloffortune,” the fan asked. 

They added: “Amy is wearing the #wheeloffortuneuniform.” 

The user included a photo of Thursday’s player in the outfit, as well as three other women on the show in similar looks from past episodes.

To give as much proof as possible, the user made a thread of a bunch of other snaps, as well.

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They ended up sharing 13 photos, including Amy’s, of women contestants wearing blue shirts under black blazers.

While players aren’t told exactly what outfit to appear in on the show, they are given a list of what they can and cannot wear.

According to The List, among the dress code rules, contestants are told “no solid red, black, or white tops (they don't read well on-camera), or tight-fitting tops.”

Men are allowed to wear business or business-casual attire, former player Ryan Cannonie told the Tahlequah Daily Press, with only a few rules in place, while women, he said, have a much specific dress code.

Amy was just the latest contestant to take on the repetitive look for the show.

She had more important things to worry about during her play, though, as she worked to solve the puzzles and win the big bucks.

As it was, Wheel of Fortune host Pat Sajak ended up having to step in and calm her down a little after she made a major mistake.

At one point, Amy spun and landed on a trip to Hawaii, but quickly lost the lush vacay when she guessed a letter already on the board.

"Such a careless mistake…losing the chance for a million and a trip to Hawaii by calling an existing letter… amy," one Twitter user wrote.

Another more terse viewer wrote: "Read the room idiot, 'N' is literally staring you in the face."

A third tweet read: "Amy…omg. she really isn't paying attention."

During the show, Pat had to jump in to calm Amy, urging her to shake her hands and take a moment to collect herself.

The host's display of kindness comes just one day after he was critiqued for being cold and, at times, rude to Vanna White and contestants on the show.

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Following Wednesday's episode of Wheel of Fortune, several viewers slammed Pat, who has been hosting the show for more than 40 years.

Some even called for his firing, or for him to retire.


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