last word of a familiar phrase has an appendage that ends with a double consonant and final -A GOOD ONES: Summer known for kitchen supplies?
TEFLON DONNA ["Telfon Don" Gotti, criminal] Navel observation
INNIE [not nava
l] Running without moving
IDLING Pal of Picasso
AMIGO [I thought some artist I didn't know] Lead in the theater?
USHER Head lock
TRESS Giant star
OTT [baseball player, not heavenly orb]
Cards, e.g. NLERS
[not a real word, and no one has claimed the million bucks for finding it in the sports pages]
Other, in Oaxaca OTRO
[exactly, but not in St. Louis, Mo.]
Three grins = Loved it; Two grins = Enjoyed it; One grin = A bit bland for my taste; One teardrop = Not much fun