HINT: 5 letters

HINT: 5 letters

Hitchcock and Scully

Rosa and Charles

HINT: 10 letters

3. Squiggy was a “not so bright” character on what 1970s sitcom?

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7. Which one of the following is the “not so bright” relative on “Sabrina the Teenaged Witch?”

Jake and Amy

Terry and Raymond

7. To inspire courage or confidence in someone to do something

Wacky Word Puzzles

​3. A word that describes someone or something is somewhat fat or rounded.

​​​2. Something people like to soak in at the end of a long day.


Each puzzle is looking for a word that matches the description AND begins and ends with the same letter. Can you figure out each word?

First and Last

Plenty of television shows feature at least one or two characters that are “not so bright.” They may not be the brightest bulbs in the pack, but they are often lovable and popular. Can you name the following well-known but “not so bright” TV characters?”

Not So Bright

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  • I was born in 1928 in Missouri.
  • I grew up to be an acclaimed writer and poet, storyteller, activist, and autobiographer.
  • My memoir became the first nonfiction best-seller by an African-American woman. (Interestingly, I was also the first African-American woman to conduct a cable car in San Francisco)
  • I won multiple Grammy Awards for spoken-word recordings of her poetry and prose.
  • The Ladies’ Home Journal named me "Woman of the Year in Communication" in the ‘70s and one of the "Top 100 Most Influential Women" the ‘80s.
  • I was presented with the National Medal of Arts Award, honoring artists and patrons of the arts,  by President Bill Clinton and the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation’s highest civilian honor, by President Obama.
  • I received the NAACP Image Award, which honors African Americans' accomplishments in film, television, music, and literature.


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Joey & Ross

Joey & Phoebe

Priscilla Barnes

Audra Lindley

The Wonder Years



8. Which of the following was the “not so bright” member of the Clampett family on “The Beverly Hillbillies?”



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HINT: 9 letters

5. A very young child

4. A rap on the door to attract attention.

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  • I was born in 1930 in Scotland.
  • I was known as Tommy and Big Tam while growing up, but you wouldn’t recognize those names.
  • Before becoming an actor, I worked as a milkman,  a lorry driver, and coffin polisher.
  • In the early '60s, I landed the lead role of a character in a beloved series of movies and starred in six of them.
  • In 1987, I won an Academy Award for best supporting actor.
  • At almost 60 years of age, I was named People magazine's "Sexiest Man Alive."
  • I have been the recipient of many awards, including the Golden Globe Cecil B. DeMille Award and the Kennedy Center Honor for Lifetime Achievement.
  • In 2000, I was knighted by Queen Elizabeth.


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Phoebe & Rachel

Rachel & Ross

2. Which two of the following are the “not so bright” characters on “Friends?”

6. Who was the “not so bright” waitress on “Alice” that Mel often called "dingy.”



Suzanne Somers

Joyce DeWitt

​​6. A system that detects the presence, position, or speed of objects such as aircraft or ships.

4. Which characters make up a “not so bright” tag team on “Brooklyn Nine-Nine?”

HINT: 7 letters

​​2. I am an odd number. Take away one letter and I become even. What number am I?

Riddle Me This...

1. I stand when I'm sitting, and jump when I'm walking. Who OR what am I?

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

​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?

HINT: 5 letters



Elly Mae


8. A belief or guess based on intuition rather than established facts.

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Laverne and Shirley



5. Who played the “not so bright” roommate on “Three's Company?”

1. Who was considered to be the “not so bright” character on “Cheers?”

1. A device that controls heating and cooling.

3. Many have heard it, but nobody has ever seen it, and it will not speak back until spoken to. What is it?


  • I was born in 1891 in New York City
  • I grew up to become a comedienne, singer, and actress with many stage, radio, and film appearances.
  • Brice sang in an amateur night talent contest when I was 13 and won first prize and $5.
  • While working as a burlesque performer, I was discovered by producer Florenz Ziegfeld Jr. became an entertainer in the Ziegfeld Follies.
  • Brice became the first woman to star in a film with sound
  • My radio comedy series was a big hit and showcased a popular character of mine with the word “Baby” in her name.
  • Barbra Streisand played me on Broadway and in a film that won her the Oscar.
  • I posthumously inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame Award and presented with two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame..