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By |2012-12-27T09:00:00-05:00December 27th, 2012|Entertainment, Theater|

Across

1 Word used to stop seamen
6 Biters of Caesar’s girlfriend
10 “Now!” in a hospital
14 Oscar winner Marisa
15 “Starting Over” bisexual
16 Frau’s spouse
17 Condom size claimed by most
19 Start to climax
20 Start of Lawrence O’Donnell’s description of George Takei’s support for Obama’s policy
22 Follower of Jim Buchanan
25 “Fourscore and seven years ___ …”
26 Elroy Jetson stroked him
27 Opera tenor Enrico
29 Politico Panetta
32 Gay guy, to Brits
33 Cry before getting off
34 Teeny-weeny
36 More of the description
41 Dinah on a beach?
42 Balls of brass
44 Maple fluid
47 Behind
48 Nutty as a fruitcake, e.g.
50 Gertrude’s partner
52 Howe’er
53 ” ___ Feet Under”
54 End of the description
59 On the ocean
60 Pop art icon
64 Aussie bounders
65 Men behaving badly
66 Screw (up)
67 Hathaway of “Brokeback Mountain”
68 Star-___ tuna
69 It might have a Phillips head

Down

1 Had a Twinkie
2 ___ populi
3 Invoice fig.
4 One in bondage
5 Queen toppers
6 You must remember this
7 Balkan dweller
8 Work under Barney Frank
9 Where the Mets waved their sticks
10 Pillow covers
11 Catechism content
12 Conductor Toscanini
13 Guy with a “third leg”
18 HRC’s equal sign
21 Devilfish
22 ___ UP
23 Luggage
24 Mabius of “The L Word”
28 Elusive craft
29 Metric measure
30 Name that rhymes with a dick?
31 Not closet-bound
34 Vidal’s Breckinridge
35 Vet, of a sort, for short
37 Number of sides to a gay symbol
38 Foot fetish digit
39 Apples with chips
40 Of grades 1-12
43 Kevin’s “Superman Returns” role
44 African desert
45 Cartoonist Bechdel
46 Easy mark, in slang
48 Tobacco wad
49 They’re not out-of-towners
51 Climax at the end of an action film
52 No-tell motel meeting
55 Spice holder
56 Sons of, at Beth Chayim Chadashim
57 Says further
58 Fast food pioneer
61 Heston’s “Ben ___ ”
62 Fruit sugar ending
63 61-Down author Wallace

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