Welcome to Follow-Up Friday!
By this time, you know the drill. Follow-Up Friday is a chance for us to revisit the subjects of previous posts and bring the PuzzleNation audience up to speed on all things puzzly.
And today, I’m posting the results of our #PennyDellBroadwayPuzzles hashtag game!
[Sir Ian McKellen, exhausted from coming up with puns all night.]
You may be familiar with the board game Schmovie, hashtag games on Twitter, or @midnight’s Hashtag Wars segment on Comedy Central.
Examples of shows might be “Oooooooooooooklahoma Runs!” and examples of songs might be “(I Am) Sixteen Going on Seven-Ups” or “Give and Take My Regards to Broadway.”
So, without further ado, check out what the puzzlers at PuzzleNation and Penny/Dell Puzzles came up with!
Figgerits on the Roof / Fiddler’s Frame on the Roof (featuring the smash song Matchmaker)
Keep On Movin’ Out
The Bookworms of Mormon / The Book of Bricks and Mortar
La Cage aux Fill-Ins
Lucky Starlight Express
Jesus Christ Superstarspell / Jesus Christ Superscore
The Mystery Word of Edwin Drood / The Mystery Person of Edwin Drood
A Chorus Line ‘em Up / Draw the Chorus Line / End of the Chorus Line / A Crostic Line
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Foursomes / Four(-um) Corners / Four Square
How to Succeed in Boxes Without Really Trying
A Little Puzzler Night Music
The Fan Words of the Opera / The Shadow of the Opera
Oh! (Quote) Cal-cu(la)ta!
The Best Little Scoreboard in Texas / The Best Little “Score”house in T(ripl)ex-as
Annie-gram Get Your Gun
Fill-Into the Woods / Drop-In to the Woods
Kiss Me, Kate-gories
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Timed Framework
Godspell(down) / Godspellbound / God Spell it out
Les Miz(sing Vowels)
The WIZard Words
Wizard Words of Oz, featuring the song “Follow the Yellow Brick By Brick Road”
The Pajama Bowl Game
Cactus Flower Power
The 25th Annual Putnam County Starspelling Bee
Odds and Evens Couple by Neil Simon Says
The Merry Window Boxes
A Balancing Act of God
Kiss of the Spider’s Web
Drummerman of La Mancha
“Ya Got Double Trouble” (The Music Man)
“Sit Down, You’re Rockin’ the Quick Quote” (Guys and Dolls)
“There’s a Places, Please for Us” (West Side Story)
“The Circle Sums of Life” (The Lion King)
“Dance: Ten, Looks: Three from Nine” / “Dance a Perfect Ten, Looks Three of a Kind” (A Chorus Line)
“I Don’t Need Anything But You Know the Odds” (Annie)
“Scoremaster of the House” (Les Miserables)
“Getting to Know You Know the Odds” (The King & I)
“Mamma Mia needs some Alphabet Soup!!” (Mamma Mia)
“Surrey with the Fringe On Top to Bottom” (Oklahoma!)
“Ease on Down the Crossroads” (The Wiz)
“Cell Blockbuilders Tango” (Chicago)
“I Don’t Know How To Solve This” (and I’ve solved so many puzzles before…) (Jesus Christ Superstar)
“No Places, Please Like London” (Sweeney Todd)
“No Good Deal” (Wicked)
“Grease Is the Codeword” (Grease)
“A Whole New Word Trails” (Aladdin)
“I’m Still Here & There” (Follies)
Some of our Twitter followers also got in on the fun, with @MicMcCracken tweeting “Les Misery Loves Company!”
And, naturally, it wouldn’t be a PuzzleNation game unless someone went above and beyond the call of duty. This time around, fellow PuzzleNationer Debra created a puzzly version of the opening stanza of “My Favorite Things”!
All in all, the game was great fun!
Have you come up with any Penny/Dell Broadway Puzzles of your own? Let us know! We’d love to see them!
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