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# Wheel of Fortune gets explicit when a contestant guesses a hilariously incorrect answer that leaves the audience and other contestants stunned.

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Just days after an embarrassing Wheel of Fortune flop, another contestant gave a hilariously inappropriate response.

Thursday’s episode of the long-running game show featured a contestant named Tavaris, who entered to venture to guess a ‘phrase’ riddle.

This was during a first round of \$1,000 drawing, where random letters appear and contestants must enter to solve the puzzle.

The four-word response had no inverted letters in the first four-letter word, the first letter I in the second two-letter word, the first and third letters T and E in the third three-letter word, and the first and fourth letters . B and T in the last four letter word.

Tavaris called and guessed, “Right in the butt,” causing the audience to gasp and laugh, while another contestant exclaimed, “What?”

Just days after an embarrassing Wheel of Fortune flop, another contestant gave a hilariously inappropriate response.

Tavaris called and guessed, “Right in the butt,” causing the audience to gasp and laugh, while another contestant exclaimed, “What?”

Tavaris’ eyes widened as he hung up the bell, while others in the audience continued to laugh, particularly because “correct” has five letters and the first word in the puzzle has only four letters.

Fortunately, another contestant, Blake, gave the correct answer: “This is the best.”

Tavaris cheered and turned to Blake and joked, “Much better answer,” as the game continued.

When it came time for host Pat Sajak to introduce the players, he was still laughing at Tavaris’ off-color response.

“Well, Tavaris, you’ve already impressed us,” Pat said, as the contestant apologized.

‘I apologize, Pat. “I was a little excited,” the longtime host added. “We’ll figure out a way to handle this tastefully.” I have no idea what that will be, but…’

Earlier this week, Sajak, 77, who is in his 43rd and final season hosting Wheel of Fortune before Ryan Seacrest takes over, had another embarrassing flop.

Contestant Brittany Collins, a facilitator at a Kentucky children’s hospital, had what most would consider a very easy answer: \$11,200 on the line.

Tavaris’ eyes widened as he hung up the bell, while others in the audience continued to laugh, particularly because “correct” has five letters and the first word in the puzzle has only four letters.

Fortunately, another contestant, Blake, gave the correct answer: “This is the best.”

“Well, Tavaris, you’ve already impressed us,” Pat said, as the contestant apologized.

‘I apologize, Pat. “I was a little excited,” the longtime host added. “We’ll figure out a way to handle this tastefully.” I have no idea what that will be, but…’

The three-word puzzle had revealed AN_T_ING IS POSSI__E, although Collins asked for an R, as the audience audibly groaned.

“Sorry, there’s no R,” Sajak said, turning to the next contestant, Susan Meissner of South Carolina, who quickly guessed correctly: ‘Everything is possible.’

The host briefly praised Susan’s efforts before attempting to explain why Brittany couldn’t give that answer.

“Sometimes you’re sitting at home and you’re like, ‘I know,'” Sajak explained.

“It’s funny: sometimes you just don’t want to focus and then we move on to the next round,” he continued.