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I don't even know what a "new baby buggy" is.
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Isn't buggy just a stroller?
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wmshub wrote:
I don't even know what a "new baby buggy" is.


I think it's this:
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kochamkinie wrote:
Isn't buggy just a stroller?
So the "new" is just an adjective? So would "New Orange T-Shirt" be another viable Wheel puzzle? shake
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The show was more entertaining when there was the shopping round at the end. "And I'll take the ceramic dog for $50!"
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I wonder if the new baby buggy had rubber bumpers.
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OK, I have to post this here:

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I wish there was a you tube of this but I watched a teen week a very long time ago where the puzzle was:

_T TAKES _NE T_ _N_W _NE

and the contestant answers with glee in her voice, because she knows she has it:

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"ET (yes, as in the "Extra Terrestrial") takes one to know one"

And Pat goes "I'm sorry, could you repeat that?"

And she repeats it again ... verbatim.


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wmshub wrote:
kochamkinie wrote:
Isn't buggy just a stroller?
So the "new" is just an adjective? So would "New Orange T-Shirt" be another viable Wheel puzzle? shake

I think the challenge rounds are based on trying to make them, well, challenging. New Orange T-Shirt wouldn't work, because based on the "free" RSTLNE, you'd have:

NE_ _R_N_E T-S__RT

Granted, it's not ALL there, but I think the hardest part of that would be to figure out the second word, and two of the 4 remaining vowels would greatly help.

The NEW BABY BUGGY was tricky as a puzzle mostly because only two letters were there, and none of his guesses showed up. I think his guess may have been trying to figure out words that didn't use any of the letters that weren't there, and it fit, but I suspect most people would have been stumped by it

Granted, the phrase itself is kind of weird, but BABY BUGGY has none of the "free" letters, and so they may have added NEW to just have SOMETHING show up.


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On another note, I was watching some other videos, and there was one where the answer was I HAVE A GOOD FEELING ABOUT THIS. The player guessed one letter (I think it was "L"), and solved the puzzle. Pat Sajak was a bit taken aback when she asked if she could solve it, but it was kind of interesting.

EDIT: removed the second one, as I was poking around, and that one may have been fake
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