History Series / WheelOfFortune

21st Jul '16 5:58:19 PM tadaru
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*** The Surprise wedge and BANKRUPT-$10,000-BANKRUPT wedge similarly went through redesigns shortly after they were introduced.

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*** The To a lesser extent, the Surprise wedge and BANKRUPT-$10,000-BANKRUPT $10,000 prize wedge similarly went through redesigns shortly after they were introduced.
21st Jul '16 5:55:53 PM tadaru
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*** The Surprise wedge and BANKRUPT-$10,000-BANKRUPT wedge similarly went through redesigns shortly after they were introduced.
21st Jul '16 5:54:47 PM tadaru
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** Countless cash wedges have temporarily used different fonts, such as [[http://wheeloffortunehistory.wikia.com/wiki/File:5Kwide1984.png this $5,000 wedge with a wider font]]. This was much more common early in the show's run.

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** Countless cash wedges have temporarily used different fonts, such as [[http://wheeloffortunehistory.wikia.com/wiki/File:5Kwide1984.png this $5,000 wedge with a wider wide font]]. This was much more common early in the show's run.
*** Additionally, mistakes in placement of wedges seemed to be much more common early in the show's
run.
21st Jul '16 5:52:46 PM tadaru
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** Countless cash wedges have temporarily used different fonts, such as [[http://wheeloffortunehistory.wikia.com/wiki/File:5Kwide1984.png this $5,000 wedge with a wider font]]. This was much more common early in the show's run.
21st Jul '16 5:49:34 PM tadaru
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** The cash prizes on the Bonus Wheel other than the $100,000 were all $25,000 for the first season it existed. In the next season, values from $30,000 to $50,000 in increments of $5K were introduced permanently (they were previously used for a Big Money week in the season of its introduction).
21st Jul '16 5:46:50 PM tadaru
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** The $25,000 sign introduced during the Big Month Of Cash and used for the rest of that season had a different design than the one used for the rest of that sign's existence.
21st Jul '16 5:42:36 PM tadaru
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** The "Preview Puzzle" only lasted one season before getting replaced by Toss-Ups. For their entire first season of use, the Toss-Up rounds weren't split-screened, meaning that viewers had no visual indication as to who had just rung in. (Also, there were only two each valued at $1,000 instead of the $1,000/$2,000/$3,000 values used today.) They now use a split-screen identical to the one seen in Speed-Up rounds today.

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** The "Preview Puzzle" only lasted one season before getting replaced by Toss-Ups. For their entire first season of use, the Toss-Up rounds weren't split-screened, meaning that viewers had no visual indication as to who had just rung in. (Also, there were only two each valued at $1,000 instead of the format of three toss-ups valued at $1,000/$2,000/$3,000 values still used today.) They now use a split-screen identical to the one seen in Speed-Up rounds today.
21st Jul '16 5:40:59 PM tadaru
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** The "Preview Puzzle" only lasted one season before getting replaced by Toss-Ups. For their entire first season of use, the Toss-Up rounds weren't split-screened, meaning that viewers had no visual indication as to who had just rung in. (Also, there were only two each valued at $1,000 instead of the $1,000/$2,000/$3,000 values used today.) They now use a split-screen identical to the one seen in Speed-Up rounds.today.

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** The "Preview Puzzle" only lasted one season before getting replaced by Toss-Ups. For their entire first season of use, the Toss-Up rounds weren't split-screened, meaning that viewers had no visual indication as to who had just rung in. (Also, there were only two each valued at $1,000 instead of the $1,000/$2,000/$3,000 values used today.) They now use a split-screen identical to the one seen in Speed-Up rounds.rounds today.
21st Jul '16 5:40:08 PM tadaru
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** The "Preview Puzzle" only lasted one season before getting replaced by Toss-Ups. For their entire first season of use, the Toss-Up rounds weren't split-screened, meaning that viewers had no visual indication as to who had just rung in. (Also, there were only two instead of three.) They now use a split-screen identical to the one seen in Speed-Up rounds. Additionally, there were only two Toss-Ups in their first season of use, each valued at $1,000 (only one was done before Round 1) as opposed to the $1,000/$2,000/$3,000 values that are still used today.

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** The "Preview Puzzle" only lasted one season before getting replaced by Toss-Ups. For their entire first season of use, the Toss-Up rounds weren't split-screened, meaning that viewers had no visual indication as to who had just rung in. (Also, there were only two each valued at $1,000 instead of three.the $1,000/$2,000/$3,000 values used today.) They now use a split-screen identical to the one seen in Speed-Up rounds. Additionally, there were only two Toss-Ups in their first season of use, each valued at $1,000 (only one was done before Round 1) as opposed to the $1,000/$2,000/$3,000 values that are still used today.
21st Jul '16 5:38:53 PM tadaru
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** For their entire first season of use, the Toss-Up rounds weren't split-screened, meaning that viewers had no visual indication as to who had just rung in. (Also, there were only two instead of three.) They now use a split-screen identical to the one seen in Speed-Up rounds.

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** The "Preview Puzzle" only lasted one season before getting replaced by Toss-Ups. For their entire first season of use, the Toss-Up rounds weren't split-screened, meaning that viewers had no visual indication as to who had just rung in. (Also, there were only two instead of three.) They now use a split-screen identical to the one seen in Speed-Up rounds. Additionally, there were only two Toss-Ups in their first season of use, each valued at $1,000 (only one was done before Round 1) as opposed to the $1,000/$2,000/$3,000 values that are still used today.
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