Jumble Answers for 10/16/2022 Posted on October 16, 2022 by Angela OLIAGE = GOALIE TINOON = NOTION CLLOAE = LOCALE PRAAEP = APPEAR GNOREL = LONGER BFIALU = FIBULA CARTOON ANSWER: THE BOWLING ALLEY FORMED A NEW BOWLING LEAGUE, AND PLAYERS WERE READY TO – – – GL TIO LA ER LNG BL = GET (THE) BALL ROLLING Take Our Poll AdvertisementEmailTweetPrintLike this:Like Loading... Related
Good Morning, Everyone…I hope this finds you well…
🎳 BROTHER (IN-LAW)…CAN YOU SPARE THE TIME? 🎳
🎶 Keep the BALL ROLLIN’…Keep the ball rollin’…you got to follow it through…🎶 “Keep The Ball Rollin’” – Jay and The Techniques 1966 https://tinyurl.com/3xe26pu8
🎳 Cam’s friend injured his FIBULA, no LONGER can he play,
And Cam brings Jay to the LOCALE…to act as the mainstay…
But Jay hasn’t a NOTION that the bowling league is gay,
(And GOALIE doesn’t fit bowling…I tried, there’s just no way)…
So can our Jay APPEAR to be something that he’s so not,
Will Cam’s league win the tournament…is it too long a shot?
The episode…a great one… “Modern Family” and bowling…
And now it’s up to the “Pin Pals” to def GET THE BALL ROLLING) 🎳
So…Today’s words…Were they completed with time to SPARE…or did you STRIKE out on one or two? The solve? You don’t need to be familiar with bowling to get this one..it should be right up everyone’s ALLEY…
“Modern Family”, https://tinyurl.com/yucb2vhm IMO, may be the most well-written TV sitcom of all time. Relying heavily on razor-sharp wit, oft-times irreverent innuendo, and a plethora of puns, it filled 11 seasons with more laughs than one could imagine…and I don’t think there was one episode that didn’t have me literally laughing out loud. I hated seeing it go…But today’s puzzle, with a little poetic license on Jeff’s part, brings the episode “Knock ‘Em Down” https://tinyurl.com/kpxum3sj back to life…
So…April, 2015, suburban Los Angeles. And our main character, Cameron Tucker, https://tinyurl.com/29rwz2tm (brilliantly played by Eric Stonestreet), https://tinyurl.com/a2tpcps4 is seen addressing his bowling team, the “Pin Pals” at the onset of the Tenpin Titans Tournament. The man answering, his brother-in-law Jay Pritchard, https://tinyurl.com/4cnnd7j9 (the talented, award-winning Ed O’Neill) https://tinyurl.com/32jtx748 is quoted using the name of the episode, a definite Jeff Gem! …And the man farthest right in the FRAME, definitely looks to be guest star Oliver Pratt, https://tinyurl.com/4mksmtdx who played the part of Cam’s rival, Martin….And yes, they were on opposite teams, but again, the whimsy and poetic license of Jeff….Bottom line? …The bowlers were ready to GET THE BALL ROLLING…
So…There you have it Folks…Done. Have a good one. Be well, be kind, stay safe…And I considered signing off with a bowling pun…but after all this, I’ve decided to SPARE you…🎳🙋🏻♀️
I STAND WITH UKRAINE 💔🇺🇦
…AND I STAND FOR REFORM IN AMERICA 💔🇺🇸
…AND IN OTHER WORDS…🔠🙋🏻♀️
GOALIE: Last used – 02/28/22 https://tinyurl.com/49843chv
NOTION: Last used – 12/17/21 https://tinyurl.com/2mj3kucc
LOCALE: Last used – 04/29/22 https://tinyurl.com/2p87wz79
APPEAR: Last used – 03/31/22 https://tinyurl.com/2dvsh3rd
LONGER: Last used – 05/21/22 https://tinyurl.com/3xd3bprs
FIBULA: Last used – 05/15/22 https://tinyurl.com/5hn9ex68
GNOREL: Used on – 05/21/22, 09/12/20
OLIAGE – TINOON – CLLOAE – PRAAEP – BFIALU: New
🤦🏻♂️After the GOALIE had fractured his FIBULA at the last LOCALE, even the slightest NOTION that he would APPEAR in whatever games remained was no LONGER an option…and they knew that they needed to GET THE BALL ROLLING with a plan B…🤦🏻♂️
🤷🏻♂️The GOALIE took Anatomy because he had a NOTION,
That because of his FIBULA he might move in slow motion…
He wondered how did it APPEAR to those at the LOCALE,
Too bad his friend was gone now…he could always trust Pascal…
To give it to him straight, but now with him no LONGER there,
He worried how he looked to Folks…if his movements were queer…
Maybe he just imagined it…and he was pigeon-holing…
Himself…and he should shake it off and just GET THE BALL ROLLING! 🤷🏻♂️
Initially, no idea to puzzle solve. Then, as I started unscrambling anagrams, somehow I saw a ‘G” and that prompted me to GET my BALL ROLLING and solve the puzzle in somewhat of a blind solve. Finished anagrams pretty easily. A fun way to end the week, n’est pas ?? No song today, Angela ???
Terry…I don’t know what happened…but my entire post was deleted. Your asking about a song is what prompted me to look…I probably wouldn’t have known had you not mentioned it…Thank you. And…I hope you enjoy the song choice…🎳🙋🏻♀️
Good morning Sunday Funday! Had to take a jumble break today ! But still want to comment on puzzle ! Miss reading your main comment Angela , with your song choice ! Have a warm relaxed Sunday and go Browns !!
Jim..Thank you. See my reply to Terry. I posted it at midnight as I always do, and I could swear it was there…Anyway..it’s there now…🎳🤷🏻♀️
Agree go Browns and Indians!
If there is a word in the middle of the puzzle it should be printed meaning” the” should have been in the puzzle.
Robert…I’m not sure I’m following you, but the word THE is given as part of the solution. I don’t know where you’re looking, but here’s the puzzle from my newspaper. 🤷🏻♀️
My online version was missing ‘the’ in the middle of the cartoon answer, but having the anagrams solved and being a former avid bowler, I knew ball and rolling were probably in the solution.
With my Indians winning last night, I’m hoping they complete the deal tonight. Go Tribe!
Professor…look at one of the earlier comments…someone else is saying the same thing. But it’s correct in my paper’s online version, which I’ve posted. 🤷🏻♀️
Good morning. I’m still keeping the ball rolling on todays jumble. I couldn’t get the last word so I went to the cartoon and came up with what I thought was the answer on a blind solve again. After checking, I realized I needed a B and an L which was in the last word. From there I was able to get Fibula very quick. As I said, I’m on a roll. Enjoyed your song choice Angela. Until tomorrow stay well and stay safe.
Good Morning, Paul. Thank you. Be well and stay safe out there…🎳🙋🏻♀️
Blind solve for the answer. The words were also easy. TIBLLA took the longest. Medical terms are often in Latin, so seem to take longer to solve for me. There are many Latin derived words in English, but most have been anglicized over time.