HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYBODY!
We have the start of 2011 upon us, so let's celebrate with some fresh games.
There are a lot of fans of both the NCIS and the CSI franchises on television. But do you know what the acronyms stand for?
THE LETTER SHUFFLE
Since there is one upon us, how many words can you make out of the letters in NEW YEAR?
We'll reveal all next weekend. But for now, let's finish up some old business from 2010 and peek into THE ANSWERS BOX for the results of our Christmas specials narrators quiz.
Jimmy Durante was the unnamed host of Frosty The Snowman. (C-1)
Jonathan Winters was the unnamed narrator Frosty Returns. (J-2)
An otherwise unidentified Andy Griffith escorted us through Frosty's Winter Wonderland. (E-3)
Greer Garson narrated The Little Drummer Boy off screen. (D-4)
Buddy Hackett as Pardon-Me-Pete the Groundhog told the story of Jack Frost. (F-5)
Roger Miller as Spieltoe, a donkey belonging to Santa Claus, told the story of Nestor, the Long Earred Christmas Donkey. (H-6)
Burl Ives as Sam the Snowman related the story of Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer. (G-7)
Red Skelton as Father Time told us of Rudolph's Shiny New Year. (I-8)
Fred Astaire portrayed S(pecial) D(elivery) Kluger, a postman, because Santa Claus Is Coming To Town. (A-9)
And Shirley Booth as Mrs. Claus told the story of The Year Without A Santa Claus. (B-10)