Put An EE On It This week, Will Shortz's game involves two words. The challenge is to add an EE sound at the end of the first word to get the second word. Example: For "A person with a bank account" and "tasty" — the answer would be "saver" and "savory."
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Put An EE On It

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Put An EE On It

Put An EE On It

Put An EE On It

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On-Air Challenge

This game involves two words. The challenge is to add an EE sound at the end of the first word to get the second word. Example: For "A person with a bank account" and "tasty" — the answer would be "saver" and "savory."

Last Week's Challenge

Take the word "BROOKLYNITE." Rearrange these 11 letters to get the names of two world capitals. What are they?

ANSWER: Tokyo and Berlin

WINNER: Ann Miller of Wildwood, Mo.

Next Week's Challenge

This comes from listener Al Gorey of Cozy Lake, N.J.: 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?

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.