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Wheel Of Fortune Goes Green — Pat Sajak Not Impressed

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If you’re not a regular Wheel of Fortune watcher, you probably missed last week’s theme: “Get eco-friendly with Wheel!”

To help prove their mighty greeness, the producers decked out the stage with big green letters that spelled: “Going Green.” And Vanna White even took to her blog, saying:

“I’ve always appreciated the environment, and in recent years I’ve paid even more attention to my impact on its well-being. There is so much that all of us can do to help out, and you know what? It’s pretty simple! From buckling your seat belt before you start the ignition to reusing plastic bags…I found some easy ways to conserve water on Be Water Wise.”

Wait…buckling my seatbelt? Ummm…Vannah, I’ll take a “WTF” for 200, please.

But while Vanna and friends were going green, we’re pretty sure Pat Sajak was Rumpelstiltskining over in the corner. 

Ecorazzi told you earlier that Sajak clearly stated his thoughts on climate change last year when he authored the piece “Man-Made Global Warming: 10 Questions.

So what’s the deal? Has Sajak crossed over to the green side, or did the producers veto his smog-loving ways? I think I’m gonna go with the latter on this one.

via: treehugger.com

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