Theme: Three phrases with double OOK in them
20A: Gave additional consideration: TOOK A SECOND LOOK
36A: Falsifying accounting records: COOKING THE BOOKS
49A: In any way possible: BY HOOK OR BY CROOK
Argyle here. (Note: This puzzle has no three-letter word entry.)
If there is anything clever in the theme, I missed it. I felt the whole puzzle was flat and tedious for a Monday.I need to thank Kazie for her tip yesterday.
You can print the whole puzzle by opening the "print" drop down-window and choose "print with my solutions". However, I think you have to leave at least one letter blank to get the clues with it.
Across Lite didn't have the puzzle available early today and I had to use the Flash version.
There is a food sub-theme: Cheese, oils, ice cream, gumbo, rice and chicken(Foghorn Leghorn).
1A: Sandler of "Funny People": ADAM.
5A: Do a pre-vacation chore: PACK.
9A: Musicians' org.: ASCAP. American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers
14A: Island tourist destination in Indonesia: BALI. Map
15A: 1975 Wimbledon champ Arthur: ASHE.
16A: Words of compassion: I CARE.
17A: Like flights from the USA to Eur., e.g.: INTL. INTernationaL
18A: "Birthday suit": SKIN.
19A: Vacation time, for short: R AND R. Rest and recreation
24A: Bosses (around): ORDERS.
25A: Corsage flower: ORCHID. The shy boys would give a wrist corsage.
28A: __ Jones's locker: DAVY. The bottom of the sea.
30A: Detox locale: REHAB. Both Detox and REHAB are words formed by shortening.
31A: '70s-'80s consumer electronics giant: AIWA. Purchased by Sony Corporation.
32A: Sharp cheese: BLEU.
39A: "Even __ speak ...": AS WE.
40A: Anise-flavored liqueur: OUZO. Widely consumed in Greece and Cyprus. Its taste is quite similar to pastis (France), Sambuca (Italy), mastika (Chios), raki (Turkey), and arak (Lebanon).
42A: Days at an inn: STAY.
44A: "Bless you!" elicitor: AH-CHOO. Updated to add the hyphen
48A: Agent 007: BOND. For C.C.
56A: __ stick: bouncing toy: POGO.
57A: Dust Bowl migrant: OKIE. And if they stayed and played sports, 42D: Oklahoma athlete: SOONER.
59A: Letter-shaped fastener: T NUT. Various styles.
60A: Paris-__ Airport: ORLY.
62A: Trig ratio: SINE.
1D: Slightly: A BIT.
2D: "Book'em, __!": "Hawaii Five-O" catchphrase: DAN-O. Dec. Danny Williams was played by James MacArthur.
7D: In fashion: CHIC.
8D: Popular bar game: KENO.
9D: Hang on a clothesline: AIR DRY.
10D: Burn badly: SCALD.
12D: Intense passion: ARDOR.
13D: Company car, expense account, etc.: PERKS.
22D: Exploding stars: NOVAE. Singular: NOVA
26D: Vintage cars: REOS. I wonder if there were any other old cars with only three letters.
27D: Chuck wagon fare: CHOW. GRUB is four letters, also.
28D: Scatterbrained: DITZY.
29D: Dr. Seuss's "Horton Hears __": A WHO.
31D: Water in Juarez: AGUA. Spanish.
32D: Conference table site: BOARDROOM.
34D: Heart tests: Abbr.: EKGS.
37D: Prohibited: NOT OK.
38D: Mel who voiced Foghorn Leghorn: BLANC. He was the voice SO many others....
43D: Toon Wile E., e.g.: COYOTE. Suppose he was a cousin to 45D: "Laughing" critter: HYENA.
44D: Bottomless depth: ABYSS.
46D: IHOP or Borders: CHAIN.
47D: Nomadic tribe: HORDE.
48D: Shooter with small shot: BB GUN. Now if I wanted to be 58A: Slyly derogatory: SNIDE, I would say it was ANON.
50D: Elects: OPTS.
51D: Rice-A-__: RONI. The San Francisco Treat.
53D: Cook's array: OILS. Question of the Day: How many different oils do you have in your kitchen? (I just have Penzoil.)
54D: Florida islets: KEYS.
Picture of the Day: Here is a lovely photo of our fellow solver Kazie and her family at her older son's wedding in Saxony last August .
She said: "Left to right: Our younger son, my husband, the happy couple, my husband's brother and sister, her husband and me. In the background you can see some of the Augustusburg Castle where it all took place."