Three-Word Phrase, First Word: Verb

This week's on-air puzzle has a familiar three-word phrase in which the first word is a verb, the second word is "the" and the third word is a noun. I'll give you the phrase, but with an anagram of either the first or last word, you give me the phrases. For example, if I said "Flee the pinch," you would say "Feel the pinch."

Challenge from Last Week: Name a well-known movie in five letters, two syllables. The vowel sound in the first syllable is a short "i." Change that vowel to a long "i" and phonetically, you'll name another famous movie, in six letters. What movies are these?

The answer: SICKO and PSYCHO

The winner: Nina Uzick from Olney, Md.

This Week's Challenge: Think of a six-letter word ending in a vowel that names something worn outdoors. Change the vowel to a "G" and you'll name a popular outdoor activity. What activity is it?

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