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Play games, enter to win cash and prizes, apply to be a contestant and get to know Pat and Vanna. Official Wheel of Fortune website. Just had a wheel of pain vanish with 4 T3's. Some other guy was complaining that half of his base also dismantled. This last update was BS. Enough with the half baked untested updates Funcom. I'm changing my positive review of this game if you keep releasing this untested crap with game breaking/ireverssible bugs. All Discussions Screenshots Artwork Broadcasts Videos Workshop News Guides Reviews. Conan Exiles General Discussions Topic Details. Feb 3, 2017 @ 2:49am Thralls disappearing? I was out all day yesterday getting thrall archers for my wall, then the next day I log in they have all disappeared:S but the thrall I have on.

Pat Sajak, Producer: Wheel of Fortune. Pat Sajak was born on October 26, 1946 in Chicago, Illinois, USA as Patrick Leonard Sajdak. He is a producer and actor, known for Wheel of Fortune (1983), Airplane II: The Sequel (1982) and The A-Team (1983). He has been married to Lesly Brown since December 31, 1989. They have two children. He was previously married to Sherrill. A Wheel of Fortune contestant has gone viral after making a wildly inappropriate guess on the show. Yeah, check it out. (woman laughing) Oh, kicking back. Yeah, the answer was kicking back but she guessed chasing tail. Yeah, but I mean, can you blame her? Andy, what are you talking about, what do you mean?

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Wheel 2000
GenreGame show
Created byScott Sternberg
Based onWheel of Fortune created by Merv Griffin
Directed byJames Marcione[1]
Presented byDavid Sidoni
Voices ofTanika Ray
Theme music composerDan Sawyer[1]
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes24
Executive producerScott Sternberg[1]
Production locationsSony Pictures Studios, Culver City, California
Running timeapprox. 22–26 minutes
Production companiesScott Sternberg Productions
Columbia TriStar Television
DistributorSony Pictures Television
Original networkCBS
Game Show Network
Original releaseSeptember 13, 1997 –
February 7, 1998

Wheel 2000 (also known as Wheel of Fortune 2000) is a children's version of the American game show Wheel of Fortune (and the last version of Wheel of any sort to air on Daytime television). The show was created by Scott Sternberg and was hosted by David Sidoni, with Tanika Ray providing voice work and motion capture for a virtual reality hostess named 'Cyber Lucy'.[2] The show premiered on September 13, 1997 on CBS, aired as part of the network's attempt to meet the then-new E/I mandates during its Saturday morning block, and ran through February 7, 1998 with repeats continuing through September 26. Game Show Network broadcast Wheel 2000's episodes concurrently with their airings on CBS. It was taped at Sony Pictures Studios.


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The gameplay of Wheel 2000 was very similar to that of Wheel of Fortune, except children aged 10–15 competed for points and prizes instead of cash with the eventual winner playing for a grand prize in the bonus round. Round categories were chosen by the contestants from a possible three; the names of the categories were updated to reflect the younger contestants ('Place', for example, became 'Globetrotter'). New categories replaced those chosen in each round. In Round 1, the coin toss winner/the red contestant would choose, Round 2, the yellow contestant, Round 3, the blue contestant and so on. The first contestant to solve the puzzle got to keep all the points he/she earned in that round and won a prize; if the player who solved the puzzle scored 200 or less, however, his/her score got bumped up to 500 points. At the end of each round, hostess Lucy or a celebrity talked about the solved puzzle or something associated to it.

On a Speed-Up Round; if time has run out in the middle of a round, a factory whistle would sound and the game shifted into a Speed-Up round, which was played the same way as the grown-up show. The host David will start off by giving the wheel a final spin, then he will ask the contestants to call a letter and he/she got five seconds to solve the puzzle. Vowels are worth nothing and consonants are worth a number of points landed on. The eventual top winner advancing to the Bonus Round.

In case of a tie for first place that happens after the speed-up round, a tie-breaking puzzle (also known as a second speed-up round) will be in play between the tied contestants which will decide the winner. The first contestant who solves the tie-breaking puzzle wins and advances to the bonus round. Presumably, due to the game being played for points, the Wheel is not spun and consonants are worth 5,000 points. After each round, Cyber Lucy (or a celebrity; most featured were the child actors on The Nanny, a fellow Columbia-TriStar produced series also airing on CBS) presented a short video clip related to the solved puzzle. Vowels cost 250 points.[1] Games were typically played to three rounds, with top point values of 1,000 for Round 1, 2,000 for Round 2, and 5,000 for Round 3.[1]

The Round Two layout used on Wheel 2000, with 2,000 as the top point value. Note the large 250-point spaces.

The wheel featured a special wedge on which a contestant could choose to play a pre-determined stunt to earn up to three extra letters (first round only; the spaces were otherwise giant 250-point spaces).[1] There was also a 'WWW.WHEEL2000.COM'[3] wedge, which allowed a home viewer who had previously registered on the site to win Wheel 2000 merchandise if a contestant hit the wedge and called a consonant that appeared in the puzzle. The Lose a Turn wedge was named the 'Loser' spot which Sidoni & Lucy simply gives the player 'The Big 'L' with their arms or hands and need to skip his/her turn. In place of the Bankrupt wedge was 'The Creature', which, if the contestant landed on that wedge, would prompt the wheel to rise, belch smoke, and cause an unseen creature to 'eat' the contestant's points. If the player hit that space with no points, the player got 'eaten' instead until their next turn.[4] Other special wedges included Double Up, which awarded double its value per letter if a contestant correctly answered a trivia question, and a Prize Box, which functioned identically to the special prize wedges on the adult version, except contestants were allowed to keep the prize whether they solved the puzzle or not and the value was not added to their score.[1]

Cyber Lucy would tell the contestants whether or not letters were in the puzzle instead of Sidoni, and whether or not they solved the puzzle.The bonus round was played almost identically to the adult version, including the adult categories, except that prizes were determined by selecting from two envelopes labeled 'A' or 'B' instead of the five choices in the adult version at the time.[1] Unlike the adult version, the prize was not revealed if the bonus round puzzle was not solved.

12-city tour[edit]

In early 1998, Wheel 2000 made a 12-city tour, appearing in shopping malls around the country. The Discover-branded tour, coordinated by the Chicago office of New Jersey-based promotion agency DVC Group, also featured Sidoni as host, with Ray as Lucy joining him again. The tour visited a variety of major market cities: Chicago, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Washington D.C., New York City, Charlotte, Dallas, Denver, Salt Lake City, Seattle, San Jose, and Anaheim. Winners from each market were invited to appear as contestants on the program in a grand finale.[5]

International versions[edit]

CountryLocal NameHostNetworkYear Aired
GermanyKinder-GlücksradPetra HausbergSat.11992–1993
TurkeyÇark 2000Ataman ErkulKanal D2000
VietnamChiếc nón kỳ diệu 2000Phan Tuấn TúVTV32007–2009


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Host David Sidoni now works as a real estate agent.[6]

Those who were contestants are ineligible to compete on the adult version. The show's spiritual successor, Jep! (a children's version of Jeopardy!) would adopt this principle.

External links[edit]

  • Official Website at the Wayback Machine (archived December 12, 1998)


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  1. ^ abcdefghSchwartz, David; Ryan, Steve; Wostbrock, Fred (1999). The Encyclopedia of TV Game Shows (3 ed.). Facts on File, Inc. p. 252. ISBN0-8160-3846-5.
  2. ^Dawson, Diana (1997-09-07). 'Popular game show takes kids for a spin'. Austin American Statesman. Retrieved 2019-04-03.
  3. ^'Official Website of Wheel 2000 (courtesy of Wayback Archive)'. Archived from the original on December 12, 1998. Retrieved April 21, 2016.CS1 maint: unfit URL (link)
  4. ^'Series Premiere'. Wheel of Fortune 2000. September 13, 1997. CBS; Game Show Network.
  5. ^Williams, Jeffrey. 'Game Youths Can Try Luck at Wheel in Traveling Show at Navy Pier'.
  6. ^'Behind Scene Journey of Newsies Screen to Broadway and Possible Pulitzer'. Lode Plus. Retrieved 2019-04-03.

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