6 People Who Should Succeed Pat Sajak on 'Wheel of Fortune,' Ranked
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6 People Who Should Succeed Pat Sajak on 'Wheel of Fortune,' Ranked

Yeah, I'd like to solve the puzzle

6. Jamie Foxx

After his recent health scare, the multitalented star might be looking for a steady, excitement-free gig. This would fit the bill and he'd kill it with songs, impressions, and sexy patter with the contestants.

5. AI Alex Trebek

We know the Jeopardy! host has sadly passed on, but there are decades worth of audio and video you could feed into ChatGPT or some other AI tool and create a virtual, artificial-intelligence version (mustache optional). Trebek worked with IBM's Watson before his death, so it's not like he hated technology.

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4. Terry Crews (as President Dwayne Elizondo Mountain Dew Camacho)

Terry Crews would make a great host of any show, but it would get taken to a whole new level if he continued reviving his Idiocracy character for Wheel. Dude looks great in presidential Spandex.

3. Donald Trump

Hear us out: If he doesn't go to jail or win the presidential election, he's going to need something to do when he's not riling up the country's angriest white people. This is our safest option and he will hilariously berate, belittle, and harass contestants. Better them than the whole country.

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2. Snoop Dogg

He has experience at The Wheel and will keep it laid back by addressing all male contestants as "nephew." Bonus: Backstage gift baskets will likely feature some of that sticky icky icky. He might be able to talk Martha Stewart into being the new Vanna White, too.

1. Whoopi Goldberg

She's talented AF, she wants the job, and she will give incredible side-eye when a contestant makes a stupid guess or a racist puzzle comes up. He he he, yup!