Solving This One Will Be A Fine Trick Every answer is a familiar two-word phrase that has the letters N-E-T consecutively inside. Specifically, the letters N-E will end the first word, and T will start the second. For example, if the clue is "cause of a breakdown on the road," the answer would be "engine trouble."

## Solving This One Will Be A Fine Trick

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Solving This One Will Be A Fine Trick

# Solving This One Will Be A Fine Trick

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On-Air Challenge

Every answer is a familiar two-word phrase that includes the letters N-E-T consecutively. Specifically, the letters N-E will end the first word, and T will start the second. For example, if the clue is "cause of a breakdown on the road," the answer would be "engine trouble."

Last Week's Challenge

From listener Ben Bass of Chicago: Think of a word containing the consecutive letters O-K. Remove the O-K, and you'll get a new word that's a synonym of the first word. What words are these?