‘Wheel of Fortune’: Pat Sajak Hilariously Says ‘Nevermind’ After Asking Contestant About His Novel

by Keeli Parkey
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People from all walks of life – and all professions – seem to find their way to becoming famous. One factor that has helped them has apparently been to be contestants on an iconic game show. These games show include “Wheel of Fortune” and “Jeopardy!” Both of these shows have stayed on the air thanks to their longevity and entertainment value.

During a recent episode, one of the contestants on “Wheel of Fortune” was very much hoping to spin the famous wheel. The spins could help them make a fortune.

It was a fortune that the author had previously set out to have a professional career as a novelist. That novelist’s first name is Brad. And, unsurprisingly, Pat Sajak, the host of the most beloved and famous game show hosts in recent memory, pressed the author Brad on his plans for the future.

Pat Sajak Discusses Novel with Contestant on ‘Wheel of Fortune’

“I am. I think that’s official,” writer Brad said in response to Pat Sajak’s query. He added a laugh as part of his response. It’s a reaction that so many of us would share in a similar situation.

Next, Sajak asked Brad if he is willing to share the plot of his novel with the public who might me interested.

“You are a novelist now,” Pat Sajak said to Brad during the “Wheel of Fortune” episode.

“Can you give just give us a vague idea of what this about,” Sajak said. “Is it dark? Is is …”

Thanks to the question posed by the iconic “Wheel of Fortune” host, Brad is given the opportunity to share his thoughts.

“You know – it’s rom-com (romantic comedy) about two coworkers who don’t like each other at the beginning and more so at the end,” Brad reportedly said.

Also, the exchange between the game show host and the unknown fan was a serious way of life to consider. You can also watch the interaction between “Wheel of Fortune’s” Pat Sajak and this unique contestant via Instagram below. And, unsurprisingly, this competition should give you context to what you might want to do in the future.

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