The Cheers site in Boston (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Visual Description: Sam Malone, moonlighting away from Cheers.
STNEP = SPENT, BROTO = ROBOT, VICTEA = ACTIVE, MACYLM = CLAMMY — Giving us: ENRTEAMY
Clue/Question: James Bond complained about his drink because it was too – – –
Shape of Walther PPK (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Sean Connery at the private party after the premiere of the movie Seems like old times. Cropped from Image:Sean Connery 1980.jpg. Digitally altered to remove a guy standing in the background. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
(A really great, stinky pun! It looks like we have another new clue word today, in “clammy”. Alert ralis95! His clue word database needs further updating. And, it looks like all the jumbles are new today. The answer letter layout gave nothing away, which made getting the answer very satisfying. The cartoon was a hoot! Be well and do good, friends.) — YUR
Photo (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Visual Description: Apathetic brothers.
KINYD = DINKY, USISE = ISSUE, RIVNET = INVERT, TOFERF = EFFORT — Giving us: DINIENETFFR
Clue/Question: The identical twins were just alike, even when they were – – –
English: Identical twins Dansk: Enæggede tvillinger (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
(Very good! No new clue words, but three of the jumbles were new. Only the one for “issue” has definitely been used since I’ve been posting the spoilers. The word “effort” spells out in alphabetical order. Great job on the answer letter layout. The cartoon does a great job of getting the message across. Be well and do good, friends.) — YUR
Visual Description: A Formula 1 frenzy.
CEKEH = CHEEK, ZAAME = AMAZE, MADREY = DREAMY, SPOPEO = OPPOSE — Giving us: EEMZDROO
Clue/Question: After the pit stop, the race car – – –
(Nice, stinky pun! Not sure why this one didn’t qualify for quotation marks?!?! None of the clue words are new, but three of the jumbles are. We’ve definitely seen the one for “oppose” before. Dandy answer letter layout. Cool cartoon. Be well and do good, friends.) — YUR
Visual Description: Tenderfoot tribulations.
CIMMI = MIMIC, DEAGA = ADAGE, SWOORR = SORROW, TERPYO = POETRY – – – Giving us: IMCDAESRRPR
Clue/Question: When the author went for a horseback ride, he ended up getting – – –
Answer: “RIDER‘S“ CRAMP
(I can hear the moans all the way up in Rochester! It is a stinker of a pun! There were no new clue words today, but two of the jumbles were new. The ones for “sorrow” and “poetry” seem to be new. I thought the answer letter layout was exemplary. A truly lovely jumble. The cartoon was very entertaining today. Any time you put cowboys and critters together you are going to make me smile. That’s about it, folks. Be well and do good, friends.) — YUR
Visual Description: On-line bridal shopping site.
CADYE = DECAY, SRIBK = BRISK, SNARTD = STRAND, TANWED = WANTED — Giving us: DEABSSRDWE
Clue/Question: The internet site that sold discount wedding gowns had a – – –
Answer: WEB AD–DRESS
(I’m not feelin’ it, people! I mean, I get it, but I just don’t dig it. No new clue words, but three of the jumbles are coming up as new. I can only confirm that we’ve seen the one for “decay” before. The answer letter layout was pretty cool though. Nice jumble. And, the cartoon neatly displays the web address at the top of the screen. That’s about it. Be well and do good, friends.) — YUR
Visual Description: Panic in the pantry!
GINAA = AGAIN, GORAC = CARGO, WAMODE = MEADOW, LUDMOE = MODULE — Giving us: AINCARMEMOL
Clue/Question: When they ran out of lettuce for salads, he told the kitchen staff to – – –
Answer: “ROMAINE“ CALM
(Oooh! A real stinker of a pun! No new clue words today, but three of the jumbles were new. Only the one for “again” has definitely been used before. Outstanding answer letter layout. No giveaways. And, a very entertaining cartoon! Be well and do good, friends.) — YUR
Kings Mill House – geograph.org.uk – 1761738 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Visual Description: Narrowing the search.
NTIHN = NINTH, GROOF = FORGO, VOMREE = REMOVE, TOONIN = NOTION — Giving us: NINHOGOEMONIN
Clue/Question: They hadn’t yet decided which house to buy, but they were – – –
English: Child hunting for easter eggs in the back yard of his house. Español: Niño recogiendo un huevo escondido de pascua en el patio de su casa. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Answer: HOMING IN ON ONE
(Very nice pun. There were no new clue words today, and only the jumbles for “ninth” and “remove” are new, but they were all good. The answer letter layout was another great jumble. I don’t think it gave anything away. Pretty standard cartoon today. Be well and do good, friends.) — YUR