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The Wheel Of Morality is a recurring segment used usually near the end of episodes when the show is short on time. The segment was created to satirize the FCC's requirement of adding moral and educational value to children's programming. At the beginning of most segments, the Warners are seen running and then Yakko says, "It's that time again!", to which Wakko and Dot ask about time to do random things such as "To make fun of the Disney Channel?" or "To make the Fox censors cry?", to which Yakko replies, "No, it's time to learn today's lesson, and to help us do that we turn to the Wheel of Morality". Yakko gives the wheel a spin and chants, "Wheel of Morality, turn turn turn / Tell us the lesson we should learn." A moral number is chosen and Yakko gets it from a printer and reads it. The morals are usually plays on common phrases and popular culture. After the Warners comment on the moral, they say, "Yipe!" and run away from Ralph the Guard.
- On the occasions where the wheel landed on the "$5,000" spot and the "Trip to Tahiti" spot, the Warners would cheer, "WE WON, WE WON, WE WON, WE WON!!!"
- Title Pun: Wheel Of Fortune
- In fact, in one episode, Wakko asks to buy a vowel, only for Yakko to remind him that this wasn't the same wheel.