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Co-Host Vanna White makes an appearance at Radio City Music Hall for a taping of celebrity week on "Wheel of Fortune" hosted by People Magazine. The taped shows will air the week of November 12 to celebrate the shows 25th anniversary in New York, Saturday, Sept. 29, 2007. (AP Photo/Peter Kramer)

It's extremely hard to be more wrong on 'Wheel of Fortune' than this contestant


It takes a certain kind of person to do well on "Wheel of Fortune." But if you've watched the show, you've certainly figured out some answers before the contestant. 

A player named Kevin was one letter away from solving the puzzle: "A Streetcar Na_ed Desire." It seemed like a slam dunk: "A Streetcar Named Desire" is a legendary American play.

But Kevin offered up the letter K, as in, "A Streetcar Naked Desire." 

The audience's stunned reaction sums up the situation perfectly.

WATCH | Here's the moment of truth.

Although you got the right answer, I'd rather see Kevin's play. But that's just me.
Pat Sajak, 'Wheel of Fortune' host

Host Pat Sajak was a good sport about it, and Kevin still walked away with $1,000. 

This may have been the most Twitter has ever cared about "Wheel of Fortune."

Sports Twitter broke out the classic "Warriors blew a 3-1 lead" meme.

Some saw an eerie similarity to Ken Bone.

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