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'Wheel of Fortune': Pat Sajak issues withering response after contestant goofs up

Vanna White (L) and Pat Sajak (C), television personalities from the 'Wheel of Fortune' game show created by Merv Griffin, and Sajak's wife Lesly Brown Sajak (2nd R) listen to an unidentified woman prior to funeral services for Griffin in Beverly Hills, California, August 17, 2007. Griffin died August 12, 2007 of prostate cancer at the age of 82. REUTERS/Kevork Djansezian/Pool  (UNITED STATES) - RTR1SVAK

Vanna White (L) and Pat Sajak (C), television personalities from the 'Wheel of Fortune' game show created by Merv Griffin, and Sajak's wife Lesly Brown Sajak (2nd R) listen to an unidentified woman prior to funeral services for Griffin in Beverly Hills, California, August 17, 2007. Griffin died August 12, 2007 of prostate cancer at the age of 82. REUTERS/Kevork Djansezian/Pool (UNITED STATES) - RTR1SVAK

Oops.

A "Wheel of Fortune" contestant committed the cardinal "Wheel of Fortune" sin: not paying attention. And panicking.

The category? The classic "Food & Drink."

Her guess? "Homemade Waffles."

Which wasn't so bad, considering the letters on the board, except for one thing: the guy in front of her just guessed the exact same answer. 

And he was wrong.

Pat Sajak's classic rejoinder?

"Still not that."

Pay attention, people.

(And the answer was "Homemade Muffins.)

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