first words of phrases can follow the word SUPPORT GOOD ONES: Phones on stage, e.g
. PROPS [not the verb] "Oh" de Cologne?
ACH [bad smelling perfume] Lures by phishing, say
ROPES-IN [lures and fishing go to gether] BTW: Switchblade
SHIV [when I was in prison we didn't have swithblades; we had to make our own blades which everyone knows are called shivs] "Your money's no good here!"
ITS-ON-ME [the exclamation point is misused, and the clue suggests "on the house" not an individual treat]
Ascot wearer FOP [rather insulting to ascot wearers
--- clue needs a modifier like "at times"]
A DOUBLE PLAY!! NBAER
in the same puzzle --- "bad goin'"
Three grins = Loved it; Two grins = Enjoyed it; One grin = A bit bland for my taste; One teardrop = Not much fun