8. “The Dog” is a fan favorite episode of "Seinfeld." We never see the dog, but we hear it's unusual bark. What was the dog’s name?

Pontius Pilate


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​​6. Y + pay deserved = Desire

HINT:5 letters

4. The character of Buddy in "The Dick Van Dyke Show" had a wife who was seldom seen, but often mentioned. What was her nickname?

5. What actor played the role of "Deep Throat" in the 1976 movie "All The President's Men"?

1. Who was the voice of "Charlie" on the hit TV show "Charlie's Angels?”

4. C + Security device = Timepiece

HINT: 5 letters

​The people described below are well known individuals from different walks of life. They may or may not still be with us, but all have made an impression. Can you solve the mystery of their identities?


  • I was born in Lynbrook, New York.
  • I played the silent Clarabell the Clown on the Howdy Doody Show, who communicated only by honking horns.
  • I played “Corny the Clown” in another children's show named “Time for Fun” and my character did speak.
  • I starred as the title character in an Emmy award-winning children’s show that premiered in 1955 and continued for nearly three decades.
  • My show had quite a few recurring characters included my sidekick who was a farmer and even a few animal puppets
  • Fred Roger’s of “Mister Rogers' Neighborhood” was a good friend of mine and we appeared in each other’s shows.  
  • I received five Emmy Awards, three Peabody Awards, and the National Education Award.
  • I was inducted into the National Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame and the International Clown Hall of Fame.


Each puzzle asks you to add a letter to a word represented by a clue to find another word that’s also represented by a clue. For example, the answer to “B + Conclusion = Curve” is “Bend” (B+END is BEND).

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Some television shows and Hollywood movies have popular characters that are talked about or heard from but never appear on screen. Can you name the following characters that have never been seen?

Hidden Characters

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​The following picture puzzles represent a word, phrase or saying. Can you decipher each cryptic message?


  • I was born on in 1927 in New York City, but spent a lot of time during my early childhood in my mother’s native country of Jamaica.
  • I served in the United States Navy during World War II
  • I had a popular club act before landing my first record deal in 1949.
  • I was the first African American to win an Emmy.
  • I have also won three Grammy Awards, including a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award, as well as a Tony Award.
  • I received the Kennedy Center Honors and the National Medal of Arts.
  • I received the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award, which is presented by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences at the Academy's Annual Governors Awards ceremonies.​
  • I was in the 1974 children’s television special “Free to be… You and Me,” a groundbreaking and Emmy and Peabody award-winning project.


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  • My comedy career blossomed after I was a contestant on Groucho Marx's game show “You Bet Your Life.”
  • In my act, I presented myself as an exaggeration of the typical housewife of those days and made jokes about things most folks could relate to like children, neighbors, and in-laws. I also joked about my made-up husband and my many facelifts.
  • On stage, I wore house dresses and other outfits that no housewife would actually wear and my makeup was usually overdone.
  • I often laughed at my own jokes with my trademark loud, cackling laugh.
  • I made many television appearances and showed up on most of Bob Hope's annual Christmas specials.
  • Most people don’t know that I was also an accomplished concert pianist and performed with many symphony orchestras under a different name.
  • I received an American Comedy Award for Lifetime Achievement.




Hal Holbrook

Paul Newman

6. In the blockbuster movie "Ben-Hur", we see someone several times but never get a good look at his face. Who is it?



Ned Beatty

Jason Robards

George Peppard

John Forsythe

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7. Comedienne Phyllis Diller often made fun of her fictitious husband. What was his name?

1. H + Consume = Warmth

HINT: 4 letters

​​​2.  S + Mountaintop = Talk

HINT: 5 letters

3. It loses its head in the morning but gets it back at night? What is it?

​​2. Three men are in a boat when it capsizes, but only two get their hair wet. Why?

Riddle Me This...

1. It has a bark, but no bite. What is it?






8. B + Lubricant = Cook to bubbling

HINT:4 letters

Robert Keith

James Earl Jones





2. In the hit sitcom "Cheers", barfly Norm Peterson often talked about his wife, but we never saw her face. What was her name?

5. S + chicken pen = Exclusive story

HINT: 5 letters

7. G + Wipe = Larva or maggot 

HINT: 4 letters

Wacky Word Puzzles

​3. T + Banister = Footpath

HINT: 5 letters







3. In "The Wizard of Oz," witches are named for different directions or compass points, but we never see a witch from one direction. Which witched don’t we see?

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