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Another of Chuck's mannerisms, hugging female contestants after they solved a puzzle, drew a number of letters from viewers who said they did not like him doing so. And one more thing: if you were here, I'd hug ya too!On June 7, 1976, he brought up the letters and responded to them with "I like to hug folks. " As an NBC game show host, Woolery appeared at least three times on Celebrity Sweepstakes, all in 1975: Chuck is also known to have played at least one week of The Magnificent Marble Machine.During his post-Wheel career, Woolery has made reference to his tenure at least seven times: Chuck has rarely mentioned Shopper's Bazaar by name, instead saying that the game show he was tapped for "became" Wheel.He name-dropped it directly during a FOX internet chat held while Greed was airing: "I thought that Greed was the most imaginative--on the money concept--for a game show that I had seen in my career.
He is best known for saying "We'll be back in 2 and 2.", a quote he began using on Love Connection as a throw to commercial breaks.
If the Final Spin went past the four-digit values as the Wheel slowed down, Chuck would hope to get Bankrupt or Lose A Turn (with the slide whistle sounding if he landed on the former).
Woolery also tended to draw attention to his mistakes and preferred to leave them in the final cut, a statement he told director Jeff Goldstein following an early episode.
And normally when you do a pilot it takes many twists and turns before it gets to the air. So they had a year to play with it." Inversely, Wheel has rarely acknowledged Chuck's contributions and has only ever shown one clip from his tenure: the first eight seconds from January 18, 1978 on the ceremonial 3,000th and 4,000th nighttime shows, the latter giving it a caption of "1983".
An example: Before Wheel of Fortune became Wheel of Fortune, it was called Shopper's Bazaar. On a Halloween episode circa 1998, Pat joked during his entrance from a "dungeon" that "It was nice visiting with Chuck and Susan, wasn't it?