Pronoun in knock-knock jokes crossword clue

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W H O

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Usa Today Clues October 23, 2017

1950s nickname in D.C.
2000 Renee Zellweger title role
Account access need, redundantly
Act reciprocally
Artfully dodge
Assistant named for a Defoe character
Ate ravenously, with "down"
Barreled along
Betting every last chip
Bored with it all
Bother, to the Bard
Burger and fries go-with, perhaps
Chef's flavor enhancer
Cityscape obscurer
Component of many lawn mowers
Confers a title upon
Cookies in dirt cake
Critique harshly
Direction on pudding boxes
Employee photo badges, for short
Entertained in a loft, say
Expletive from Beaver Cleaver
Fidget spinners, these days
Finger-pointer's pronoun
Five cents, for a nickel
Free of clutter
Frosty coating
Gardner once married to Sinatra
Give off, as light
Gives orders, on a set
Hardly hospitable
Houseplant with fleshy leaves
Improvise musically
Invokes the anger of
Is bothered by
Jab with a cattle prod, say
___ jardiniere (served with vegetables)
Kangaroo's baby
Least 38-Down
Lebanon's locale
Like a single sock
Like Lady Liberty's crown
Line with a six-pointed star logo
Long-tongued canine of comics
Loses firmness
Maker of Stic pens
Mend, as a falling-apart book
Michael Savage's genre
Most gutsy
Not so bumpy
Past caring about
Pen-and-ink illustrations
Plasterer's reinforcement
"Point taken"
Pronoun in knock-knock jokes
Sandwich shop machine
Say "woe is me," say
Shelf support
Sometimes-pulled winter toy
Stand up to
Standing at attention
Steam, e.g.
Stepped down
Streak in marble
"That was stupid of me!"
There's none for the weary, it's said
Thin and bony
Thurman of "Kill Bill" movies
Till stack
"Tiny Alice" playwright Edward
To the left or right
Toddler's "piggy"
Trendy Australian boots
Unusually short, as a prison sentence
___ up (dress elaborately)
"We Build, We Fight" military group
Winter hrs. in Waco
Write hastily