7A. With 22-, 37- or 48-Across, familiar line : HEY BABE...
22A. See 7-Across : COME HERE OFTEN?
37A. See 7-Across : YOUR PLACE OR MINE?
48A. See 7-Across : WHAT'S YOUR SIGN?
64A. Probable response to 7-/22-, 7-/37- or 7-/48-Across : GET LOST!!!!! Guffaw! Great theme wrap-up!
SJ2 is probably young enough to be my grandson, but I still loved his pickup lines! There was some other clever stuff in there too, as you will soon see.
Oh, and best pickup line I ever heard? "If I were to ask you out on a date, would your answer be the same as the one to this question?"
Marti here, so let's get crackin'!
1. Send with an email : ATTACH.
14. It has its charms : VOODOO. To soothe the savage breast, perhaps?
15. Password accompaniment : USER NAME.
17. Mail for King Arthur : ARMOUR. Legendary British king in the clue gives a hint to the British spelling of "armor."
18. "Pull it together" : GET A GRIP. Great fill!
19. Fed. management and support agency : GSA. General Services Administration.
21. Fabric : CLOTH.
29. Ken and Lena of Hollywood : OLINS.
30. Tell-all account : EXPOSÉ. Do tell!
31. Mosquito-borne fever : DENGUE. Also called "breakbone fever." Typically spread by the A. aegypti species of mosquito. (OK, I 'fess: I had to google the mosquito.) (But I did remember breakbone fever!)
33. Islet : AIT.
34. Preschool downtime : NAP.
41. Disapproving sound : SSS.
42. Ballpark fig. : EST.imate.
43. Two-___ : SEATER.
44. Shrill laugh : CACKLE. I got the part of one of the three witches in our school's production of Macbeth, because I could do the cackle so well...hee, heee, heeeee!
47. Bookkeeper's deduction : OUTGO. Anyone else want debit?
50. Literature Nobelist ___ Bashevis Singer : ISAAC. Definitely a Thursday clue. Monday would be clued with Stern, Asimov or Newton.
52. ___ Lanka : SRI.
53. Words often said with a fist pump : NAILED IT. Nailed it! [Fist pump]
57. Easy pill to swallow : GEL CAP. With a spoonful of sugar, maybe.
62. Where a shopping list may be jotted down : ENVELOPE. Nope, I use "Evernote" on my phone. Goodbye, scraps of paper that I always forget on the kitchen counter, anyway!
63. Word of exasperation : ENOUGH. (...already!)
65. Saved : STORED.
1. Gardner of "The Killers" : AVA. Based on a short story by Ernest Hemmingway.
2. NYY opponent, on scoreboards : TOR.onto, opponents of the New York Yankees.
3. Cat on the prowl : TOM. "Alley" wouldn't fit.
4. Excitement : ADO.
5. Forks over reluctantly : COUGHS UP.
6. ___ trade : HORSE. This one stayed blank, waiting on perps to help. (Scroll down the right hand menu to "Olio" and click on "Comments Section Abbrs" to see the meaning of commonly used phrases or abbreviations on this blog.)
7. An O may symbolize one : HUG. OOOO !
8. Odessa-to-Austin dir. : ESE.
9. To this point : YET.
10. Leaflike parts : BRACTS. Bracts are different from leaves, and have specialized functions.
12. Unseen "Red" character in "Peanuts" : BARON. I was thinking of that cute little redhead that Charlie Brown is so fond of. Then I remembered Snoopy's nemesis.
13. Give off : EMIT.
16. N.T. book : EPH.esians, book in the New Testament. I hear it got good reviews on Amazon, but I think I'll wait for the movie...
20. "All bets ___ off" : ARE.
22. Buffalo Bill and the Wyoming city named for him : CODYS. One way to clue a plural proper name!
23. Kitchen spreads : OLEOS.
24. Frigid forecast word : MINUS. Brrrr...I am ready for spring!
25. Tech sch. grad : ENGR. Engineer. I have seen this abbr. as egr., eng. and engr.
26. "Bingo!" : EXACTLY. Loved this clue/ans.
27. Andy's TV son : OPIE. Let me get it right this time: from the old "Andy Griffith Show." (Not "Mayberry RFD.")
28. Pics : FOTOS. Slang-y clue deserves equally slang-y answer.
32. To-be, in politics : ELECT. As in "President-elect," before actually taking office.
34. Capone associate : NITTI. I have no nits with this!
35. Words after crack or fry : AN EGG.
36. 1996 role for Madonna or Jonathan Pryce : PERON. They played Eva and Juan Peron in "Evita".
38. Sets a price of : ASKS.
39. Adjust, as to a new situation : REORIENT.
40. Prey for a Hauskatze : MAUS. German clue for "cat" and German answer for "mouse." In written German, all nouns are capitalized, whether they are common nouns or proper nouns. (I guess they're also capitalized in spoken German, but I never really noticed.)
44. Alpine dwelling : CHALET.
45. Battery not included, perhaps : AA CELL. Great clue!
46. Aurora, to the Greeks : EOS.
48. Refrain from claiming : WAIVE.
49. Prods : URGES.
50. Like Vivaldi's "Spring" : IN E. (Major.) Musical interlude. I know you like this one. 6:05 for Part 1. Click on the "Part 2" video on the right for the rest. 4:26
51. Joined the choir : SANG.
54. Scooby-___ : DOO.
55. Tape speed unit: Abbr. : IPS. Inches Per Second.
56. Hanoi holiday : TET.
58. John of London : LOO. Did the clue fool you?
59. Nasty mutt : CUR.
60. Birthday candle number : AGE. DH decided that discretion was the better part of valor, and put only one candle on my birthday cake this year. Unfortunately, it was a 4" x 8" pillar candle...
61. Prof's deg. : PHD. "Piled Higher and Deeper." (^0^)
'Til next week!