- 17A: "Have a nice day" emoticon (SMILEY FACE).
- 60A: Blackbeard's flag (JOLLY ROGER).
- 11D: Shakespeare's women of Windsor (MERRY WIVES).
- 28D: Bar discount times (HAPPY HOURS).
- 5A: Game for little sluggers (T-BALL). There aren't too many things more fun than watching little tiny kids learn stuff that you and I completely take for granted. Like, which way to run around the bases. And to stop when you get to home plate.
- 10A: Gathering clouds, to some (OMEN). What's that supposed to be an omen of? I'm thinking storm, but that seems a little too obvious.
- 15A: Elephant gone amok (ROGUE). [Insert your own Sarah Palin joke here.]
- 19A: Ear-to-ear expression (GRIN). Oh good. More happy stuff.
- 21A: Archaic "For shame!" ("FIE!"). I would like to start a campaign to bring this word back. I'm going to start using it today.
- 31A: Needing a diaper change (WET). I heard on "Wait Wait… Don't Tell Me!" the other day that there's a new product on the market: Bridal Diapers. For realz.
- 44A: Hamster or gerbil (RODENT). See? This is why I don't want one in my house. The PuzzleKids would love to have a hamster but all I can think is It's. A. Rodent.
- 50A: Like Satchmo's voice (RASPY). Okay. I'll give you one little happy thing today.
- 8D: Time co-founder Henry (LUCE). Oh man. This probably should have been CW101 today. Sorry about that. I'll get it next time.
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Everything Else — 1A: Salty drop (TEAR); 14A: "In this range" ("OR SO"); 16A: Nevada gambling haven (RENO); 20A: Not as risky (SAFER); 22A: Avant-__ (GARDE); 23A: Perry with a phenomenal success rate (MASON); 25A: Like Tim Cratchit (TINY); 26A: Kelly, to Regis (CO-HOST); 29A: Feature of a bad air day (SMOG); 34A: Dump truck filler (LOADER); 35A: Pull, as a water-skier (TOW); 36A: Home with hexagonal cells (HIVE); 37A: Andersen character with "new clothes" (EMPEROR); 39A: Lifelong residents (NATIVES); 41A: Washer or dryer: Abbr. (APPL.); 42A: Frat party buy (KEG); 45A: Commandment word (THY); 46A: Promo recording (DEMO); 47A: Like a top hat and tails (DRESSY); 48A: Sibilant boo (HISS); 52A: Leading edge of a weather system (FRONT); 54A: Tupperware topper (LID); 55A: "Gone With the Wind" family name (O'HARA); 59A: Gomez Addams portrayer __ Julia (RAUL); 62A: Fairy tale villain (OGRE); 63A: Kukla's puppet pal (OLLIE); 64A: Period before Easter (LENT); 65A: Wind increase (GUST); 66A: Spills the beans (BLABS); 67A: Swirling current (EDDY); 1D: Pregame coin flip (TOSS); 3D: "__ I care!" (AS IF); 4D: One to look up to (ROLE MODEL); 5D: Take a stab at (TRY); 7D: Opposed to (AGAINST); 9D: Spike or Ang (LEE); 10D: Broadway Phantom's instrument (ORGAN); 13D: Poor dog's portion, in rhyme (NONE); 18D: Solver's "undo" implement (ERASER); 22D: Date for a jazz cat (GIG); 24D: The 4 in "par 4" (STROKES); 25D: Facing (TOWARDS); 26D: Golf shoe gripper (CLEAT); 27D: Get-up-and-go (OOMPH); 30D: "__ Dieu!" (MON); 32D: Levels off (EVENS); 33D: Easily irritated (TESTY); 36D: Secret place (HIDEY HOLE); 38D: Dream letters (REM); 40D: Extreme sluggishness (TORPOR); 43D: Greatest of the great apes (GORILLA); 46D: "Spring ahead" abbr. (DST); 49D: Shoreline nook (INLET); 51D: Wing it on stage (AD LIB); 52D: Croaking critter (FROG); 53D: Pasta sauce brand (RAGU); 54D: Act like a couch potato (LOLL); 56D: Matured, as cheese (AGED); 57D: Rip apart (REND); 58D: Superficially cultured (ARTY); 60D: To-do list item (JOB); 61D: "I'd be delighted!" ("YES!").