Face, meet palm.
On Tuesday, a Wheel Of Fortune contestant was basically handed the correct answer on a gold platter when he totally screwed up the whole thing! Poor guy!
While attempting to solve the last letter of A Streetcar Named Desire — the famous Tennessee Williams play turned Marlon Brando movie — the contestant clearly had his head in the gutter as he confidently called out, "K!" instead of "M."
A Streetcar Naked Desire?!
Not that's a play we can get behind! LOLz!
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Watch the SMH moment and ch-ch-check out all the hilarious Twitter responses (below)!!
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Oooh, we like it when he gets stern!!!
Joe Manganiello took his talents to New Haven, CT and is currently starring in the Yale Repertory Theatre's production of A Streetcar Named Desire, but you'll never guess what happened when an audience member acted up yesterday and took distracting pictures during his performance!
The Magic Mike star HALTED the production in the middle of one of his lines and he called the dude out!! Even cooler, JoeMan stayed in character the whole time
Channeling Stanley Kowalski, he yelled:
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L.A. Law actor Blair Underwood is going to be making his Broadway debut in A Streetcar Named Desire!
The two time Golden Globe nominee and Grammy Award winner will be playing Stanley in Tennessee Williams' most famous play.
Does such a famous role make Blair nervous?
According to him
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Blair Underwood is making his Broadway debut with A Streetcar Named Desire, and will play Stanley Kowalski!
The production is slated to start in spring 2012, and this fits perfectly for him after the cancellation of The Event on NBC.
Directed by Emily Mann, the theater hasn't been announce for the show about an ex-teacher and socialite Blanche DuBois, who moves in with her sister Stella and her hubby Stanley. The show is set in the New Orleans' French Quarter!
The last time this was seen on Broadway was in 2005 and it starred John C. Reilly.
Blair! Good luck! We bet you'll be brilliant!
[Image via WENN.]
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