Another "Wheel of Fortune" contestant has been burned by a technicality and fans are starting to demand a change.

David Pederson solved a puzzle because he knew all the words, but added one word by accident.

During one of the crossword-style puzzles, the category was "Catch of the Day," and had four words to solve. The correct answers were "Sole, Flounder, Cod, Catfish."


"Sole, Flounder, Cod, and Catfish." "I'm sorry, but that's not right," Pat said. The next player solved the puzzle, without adding the word "and," but didn't seem to understand why at first. "I thought that's what he said?" she asked Pat. "David did that thing that's so easy to do, which is add the word 'and," Pat replied. Fans responded on Twitter, sounding off on the technical rule, with many demanding change.

Should the rule change? Why or why not?

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