The Best Husband


Across

1 Start of a list of who you should be the best husband to

5 Newbies on the job market

10 More of the list

14 Are, in Argentina

15 Like bell-bottom jeans

16 Deck foursome

17 Biker's mount, in slang

18 Place to become wife and wife

19 Seasonal melody

20 More of the list

23 Carte start

24 Half score

25 Like Mary or Peter

29 With petticoat exposed?

34 Pieces of music

35 Like a nervous Nellie

36 Ron Howard film with Ellen DeGeneres

37 Tomato impact sound

42 "Am ___ bad guy here?"

43 Often fruity dessert

44 Alternatives

46 Little red bird of folklore

47 End of the list

50 Name

51 "An American Tragedy" writer

53 Like a clipped sheep

54 Soul of Foucault

56 Dull finish

57 Emphatic affirmative, to Frida

58 Source of the speech with the list

60 Broadway mewsical?

61 Guinness of _The Lavender Hill Mob_

62 Marble handle?

63 "This is the thanks ___?"

64 Office station

65 Get rid of the hoar

66 Untouchable head

Down

1 Informal affirmative

2 Key opening

3 Bono's band, written out

4 Prego rival

5 '40s pinup Betty

6 Get ready to shoot off again

7 Lambda Leg. Defense lawyer, e.g.

8 Bartenders' servings

9 Horse of another color

10 Go down

11 Click it to go to AfterEllen.com

12 Satellite transmission

13 Night school subj.

21 "Nuts!"

22 Pt. of B.D. Wong

25 Type of father Robert Reed played

26 Collector of Johnny Mathis records, e.g.

27 Sticks in

28 St. of Liberace Museum

30 Contemporary of architect Johnson

31 Treading the boards

32 Guys in drag looking for your seat?

33 Adult-to-be

37 Blackball

38 Small TV set

39 Labium

40 Campus figure

41 O-o-o-o-okla., once

44 Susan B. Anthony dollar, e.g.

45 Banana stalk

48 Shakespearean jester

49 Vitamin B acid

50 Former leader of Syria

52 Silences for Tchaikovsky

55 Three men in a stable relationship?

58 Set of Brit. tomes

59 Request to Sajak

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