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Just Two Little Words

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Just Two Little Words

Just Two Little Words

Just Two Little Words

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On-Air Challenge

This game involves two words. Given a word, you give a word that can follow to make a familiar two word phrase. And the third and fourth letters of the word must be the first 2 letters of the listeners. For example, "fashion." The answer would be: "show." Because the third and fourth letters of "fashion" are "SH" and they're the first 2 letters of "Show." And "Fashion Show is a familiar phrase.

Last Week's Challenge

This comes from listener Al Gorey of Cosy Lake, New Jersey: Name an animal in two syllables. Add an S at the end of the first syllable, and you'll get the name of an old TV show. The second syllable, phonetically, is the name of a current TV show. What animal is this?

ANSWER: Chipmunk- referring to Chhips and Monk.

WINNER: Timothy Dennen of Mount Laurel, NJ

Next Week's Challenge

Take the phrase "Receiving Line". Rearrange these 13 letters to name a common profession.

Submit Your Answer

If you know the answer to next week's challenge, submit it here. Listeners who submit correct answers win a chance to play the on-air puzzle. Important: Include a phone number where we can reach you Thursday at 3 p.m. Eastern.