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Wheel Of Fortune Contestant Fails To Solve Puzzle Even When All The Letters Are Revealed! Watch Him Show His Achilles Heel HERE!

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Oh to the no!

Wheel of Fortune contestant Julian Batts was on a roll when he managed to get all the letters correct for the puzzle in College Week's Friday episode, and he might have even gotten a chance to win a million dollars too!

But then, the unthinkable, and improbable, happened and he screwed up at the last moment.

In this HIGHlarious video, Julian mispronounces the name of the classical Greek hero Achilles as Ay-chill-us!

Ch-ch-check out the guess gone wrong (above)!!!

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4 comments to “Wheel Of Fortune Contestant Fails To Solve Puzzle Even When All The Letters Are Revealed! Watch Him Show His Achilles Heel HERE!”

  1. Ding Dong Donny says – reply to this


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    How embarrassing
    College student who can't read
    Does anyone else think that maybe this is another example of
    Affirmative Action

  2. willd says – reply to this


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    I hope he sues the show. He should not be penalized for not pronouncing a greek word correctly. He solved the puzzle.

  3. Nikki says – reply to this


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    Re: willd – Sure! So next time the puzzle reads "banana" and I guess "orange," I will just sue because I simply did not pronounce banana correctly. Give me a break… the kid is an embarrassment!

  4. sillytee says – reply to this


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    another example of our bad educational system.. i didnt go to college and i know how to pronounce that word