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1 With 28-Across, TV series with explicit lesbian content that NBC hopes to reboot

5 With 62-Across, actress of this puzzle's theme

10 With 64-Across, actress of this puzzle's theme

14 Club for Spencer-Devlin

15 Pisa place

16 Tennis stadium in Queens

17 Zips

18 Hot to trot

19 Tobacco wad

20 Cause lingering anxiety

22 De-balls

24 Composer Rorem

25 "The Name of the Rose" writer

27 Title for Derek Jacobi

28 See 1-Across

34 Tarzan portrayer Ron

35 Pears of a gay pair

36 Pro partner

37 Amanda of "Married...With Children"

40 Em or Mame

43 "John Brown's Body" writer

44 Lending letters

47 Witherspoon of "Cruel Intentions"

48 Sidekick of 1-Across

51 "J. Edgar" org.

54 Moby Dick, to Ahab

55 Female flyer

58 Be deficient in

60 You wait for him to come on stage

61 Facetious "I see"

62 See 5-Across

64 See 10-Across

66 Elton John's "You Got to Love ___"

67 Makes potent

68 Looked like Rupert Everett in "Inspector Gadget"

69 Firing point for neurons


1 Shortened street sign word

2 Wilde country

3 Pitcher who shares a name with Idol of porn

4 "Speak up!"

5 What Edith Piaf regretted

6 Place for trinkets

7 Albert to Armand, in "The Birdcage"

8 Title girl in a 1968 Turtles hit

9 Jane of a 1944 Moorehead flick

10 Milk acid

11 "My Boo" singer in drag?

12 Burn a bit

13 Bow source in "Robin Hood - Men in Tights"

21 "Big Daddy" Amin

23 Org. for your first mate

26 Von Trapp's rank

28 Jim who wrote "MacArthur Park"

29 Protected, to seamen

30 Not closed, to Shakespeare

31 "Got a Rainbow" lyricist Gershwin

32 Frida's half-dozen

33 Opponent of Tinkerbell

38 Gas station abbr.

39 Ollie's partner

41 and

42 Born, in gay Paree

44 With thick plates

45 Like a Piper in a fairy tale

46 Puts a new bottom on

49 "Out!"

50 Tedious list

51 Clean with string

52 Painter Francis

53 "___ to bury Caesar ..."

55 Impudent kid

56 Boobs or butts

57 Choreographer Bob

59 Trick joint, maybe

61 "Dark Angel" star Jessica

63 Edvard Grieg's land (abbr.)

65 Chinese AIDS activist ___ Yan Hai

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