'Wheel Of Fortune' Pat Sajak Storms Off Set After Contestants' Answers: Watch Video Here!

By Mitch Thorpe, Mstars News writer | Nov 11, 2014 05:39 PM EST
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After years of hosting the popular ABC game show Wheel of Fortune, you'd think host Pat Sajak would be used to people guessing the wrong answer. But during one of the most recent episodes, where the show took to the shores of Hawaii, it seems like Pat's temper got the best of him and he actually started to storm off stage.

The host jokingly threw a temper tantrum and walked off the stage after two contestants consecutively answered the word puzzle wrong. The category was "What Are You Doing?" on a Best Friends Week episode, and after contestants Lee and Mitch only revealed one letter, the pair decided that they would do their best to solve with only the letter "N" having been revealed.

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According to The Huffington Post, the couple guessed the phrase, "Riding a brown horse," which could have been the right answer as it would have fit into the blank spaces, but unfortunately that wasn't what "you" were doing.

According to WGN, Sajak replied to that answer, "That's amazing! And it's wrong!"

When they got the answer wrong and the next couple revealed a "G" in the puzzle, they guessed the answer as "Riding a white horse," thinking that by changing the color that it would make the puzzle correct.

With the second equine reference, Sajak stormed off the stage before returning two seconds later and jokingly screaming, "Who said anything about a horse?!"

The answer turned out to be "Seeing a buddy movie," but in our hearts it will also be "Riding a white horse."

Readers: Do you watch the game show? How good are you at it? Comment below!

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