September 19th 2016, New York Times

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1981 Alan Alda/Carol Burnett comedy
1984 Molly Ringwald coming-of-age comedy
1995 Hugh Grant/Julianne Moore romantic comedy
1996 Michelle Pfeiffer/George Clooney romantic comedy
Actress Merrill
___ Arbor Mich.
___ Arena home to the Kentucky Wildcats
Aunt: Sp.
“Beat it!”
Bite-size Krispy Kreme offering
Black ___ (deadly African snake)
Bring to naught
China’s ___ Zedong
Classic TV game show ... or what 18- 25- 55- and 66-Across are in a way
Cub Scout leader named after a character in “The Jungle Book”
___ Curry 2015 and ’16 N.B.A. M.V.P.
Custardy dessert
Designer Saarinen
Detective fiction genre
Deviant in slang
Digital video file format
Digitize as a document
Drug for tripping
Feel lousy
First president to visit China
Football helmet attachment
Gives a darn?
“Go me!”
Grads-to-be: Abbr.
In a frenzy
In favor of
In one’s Sunday best
Innocent sort
___ Island Red (chicken variety)
Joy of “The View”
Juliet’s love
Justice Kagan
Last Ivy League school alphabetically
Lip shine
Long-armed banana lovers
“Medium hamburger and a Coke” e.g.
Men-only parties
___ Men (“Who Let the Dogs Out” band)
Mine: Fr.
Most important part of a carrot or turnip plant
Necklace for one in a hula skirt
“On top of that ...”
One-named singer with the 1985 hit “Smooth Operator”
Palindromic file extension
Part of a hosp. with oxygen tents
Passing a ball to a scorer e.g.
Pinball foul
Pioneer in photocopying
___ pro quo
Pub potables
“Ready ___ go!”
Rear of a ship
Redwood or dogwood
Request in an invitation
School health class informally
Secluded valley
Soak (up)
Socially maladroit sort
South American range
Suffix with north
Summer hrs. in Colorado
Surname of the only M.L.B. brother trio to play together in the outfield
“The X Factor” judge Cowell
They can bring tears to chefs’ eyes
Wine: Prefix
Word with Comfort or Holiday
“Zip your lip!”