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1. Kennedy
2. Spread hay
3. Sorensen
4. Mack or Knight
5. Heath of England
6. Kennedy or Heath
7. Yachtsman Turner
8. Spread newly mown hay
9. Sorensen or Kennedy
10. First name of "The Splendid Splinter"
11. Actor Bessell
12. Strew hay
13. Loser to H.S.T.
14. Do a haymaker's job
15. Jimmy's rival
16. Rock star Nugent
17. Scatter for drying
18. Mack or Williams
19. Bandleader Lewis
20. Dry hay
21. Spread to dry
22. Lewis or Nugent
23. E.M.K.
24. Knight seen on TV
25. Knight or Turner
26. Mass. name
27. A star-ry Knight
28. Bandleader Weems
29. TV's Knight
30. The "Splendid Splinter"
31. Simmons or Kluszewski
32. Spread grass to dry
33. Turner or Sorensen
34. Kennedy or Williams
35. Williams of baseball
36. Kennedy, to friends
37. Williams or Turner
38. Knight of TV fame
39. Kennedy, to pals
40. Do a haying chore
41. Dancer Shawn
42. Radio's Husing
43. Composer Snyder
44. Knight from Conn.
45. Williams or Weems
46. Weems or Williams
47. Newsman Koppel
48. Actor Danson
49. Knight or Kennedy
50. Koppel or Kennedy
51. TV's Danson
52. Koppel or Turner
53. Knight or Weems
54. Kennedy or Koppel
55. Williams of Cooperstown
56. Knight or Danson
57. Lewis or Husing
58. Knight of TV memory
59. "Nightline" host's first name
60. Danson or Knight
61. A memorable Knight
62. Media man Turner
63. Turner or Knight
64. ___ Sorensen, "Kennedy" author
65. Danson of "Cheers"
66. Actor Shackelford
67. Lewis or Weems
68. Radio announcer Husing
69. Knight or Williams
70. Mack or Lewis
71. Uncle of John-John
72. Hall of Fame pitcher Lyons
73. Koppel or Knight
74. Turner or Shawn
75. Turner ofAcross
76. Williams or Koppel
77. Entrepreneur Turner
78. Koppel of "Nightline"
79. Turner or Danson
80. Koppel or Koehler
81. Koppel
82. English poet Hughes
83. Turner of channels
84. Slugger Williams
85. "Nightline" name
86. Mary's "Ink" co-star
87. "Nightline" host Koppel
88. Key or Kennedy
89. Cable kingpin Turner
90. "Hazel" cartoonist Key
91. One Knight
92. Turner in Atlanta
93. Rocker Nugent
94. Mack or Danson
95. Turner of TV channels
96. Late-night competitor of Jay and Dave
97. Sen. Stevens of Alaska
98. Late Knight
99. Bill's co-adventurer, in the movies
100. Uncle of Caroline
101. Mack of early TV
102. 70's British P.M. Heath
103. Red Sox legend Williams
104. Political cartoonist Rall
105. Film director Kotcheff
106. Sitcom newsman Baxter
107. Home run swatter Williams
108. "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" character
109. Mack who emceed TV's "The Original Amateur Hour"
110. ___ Hughes, former British poet laureate
111. Danson of "Becker"
112. Baseball legend Williams
113. J.F.K. aide ___ Sorensen
114. "First Blood" director Kotcheff
115. U.N. donor ___ Turner
116. Mack of old TV
117. Spread, as hay
118. Koppel of ABC
119. Williams of Boston
120. Rock's Nugent
121. Cologne maker ___ Lapidus
122. Old cartoonist ___ Key
123. Bill's title buddy of film
124. Excellent adventurer with Bill
125. With 40-Down, big name in Massachusetts
126. Director Demme
127. He played Sam on "Cheers"
128. "Excellent adventure" taker of film
129. ___ Kooser, former U.S. poet laureate
130. "Father ___ ," hitBritish sitcom
131. Turner who founded CNN
132. J.F.K. speechwriter Sorensen
133. Pal of Marshall, Lily, Robin and Barney on "How I Met Your Mother"
134. ___ talks (annual idea conferences)
135. Mark Wahlberg comedy
136. "How I Met Your Mother" guy
137. Hitfilm with a talking stuffed bear
138. "Better Off ___" (former ABC sitcom)
139. Healy who created the Three Stooges
140. Baseball great Williams
141. "How I Met Your Mother" narrator
142. film title character who was computer-generated
143. ___ talks, offerers of "ideas worth spreading"
144. Seth MacFarlane comedy
145. Stuffed bear voiced by Seth MacFarlane
146. Senator Cruz
147. comedy with a talking bear
148. Bill's bud
149. Turner of broadcasting
150. Danson of "Fargo"
151. Talking toy bear of movies
152. Williams, "The Splendid Splinter"
153. Story of Your Life author Chiang
154. Thank you for coming to my ___ Talk
155. Thanks for coming to my ___ Talk
156. Baseball great Radcliffe
157. Sam Lloyd's "Scrubs" role
158. ___ talks (lecture series)
159. Williams or Lewis
160. Turner of the tube
161. Bean Town's Williams
162. A Knight of TV
163. Bill's film mate
164. Knight of "Caddyshack"
165. Loser to HST
166. Senate nickname
167. Mack or Shawn
168. Turner of television
169. Caroline's uncle
170. How I Met Your Mother character
171. Baseball Hall of Famer Williams
172. Tycoon Turner
173. Cassidy of "The Addams Family"
174. 2012 Seth MacFarlane movie
175. 2016 candidate Cruz
176. Slugging legend Williams
177. Bear voiced by Seth MacFarlane
178. Cruz in the Capitol
179. Cruz in the Senate
180. Defeater of Beto in 2018
181. Hall of Famer Williams
182. Talking bear of film
183. Two-time film role for Keanu
184. Williams in Cooperstown
185. Knight with Emmys
186. Movie bear voiced by Seth MacFarlane
187. 1950S' UNRULY YOUTH
188. "The Splendid Splinter" Williams
189. Bob & Carol & Alice's friend
190. Commentator Koppel
191. Danson or Turner
192. Rhea's co-star in "Cheers"
193. TV's Koppel
194. Bill's "excellent" sidekick
195. He played opposite Shelley
196. Knight who played Baxter
197. Superstation mogul Turner
198. Jane's hubby
199. Media mogul Turner
200. Turner or Koppel
201. A Williams
202. Danson of "Cheers'
203. British poet laureate Hughes
204. Coworker with Lou and Mary
205. Gateway 2000 founder Waitt
206. Mack or Koppel
207. Lou Grant's anchorman Baxter
208. Hughes or Turner
209. Mack or Kennedy
210. Nugent or Turner
211. Very expensive lecture venue
212. Big name in modern bloviation
213. Seth MacFarlane film with a 2015 sequel
214. Newscaster Koppel
215. Kennedy in Congress
216. TV magnate Turner
217. United Airlines affiliate
218. He shared an "Excellent Adventure"
219. Ideas worth spreading conference
220. The Sonnets poet Berrigan
221. The Unabomber Kaczynski
222. Talking stuffed animal in R-rated comedies
223. Tea Party senator Cruz
224. With 38-Down, Texas Tea Party Senator
225. With 7-Down, the Cowardly Lion portrayer in "The Wiz"
226. ___ Allen, Food & Wine "Queer Eye" guy
227. ___ Beneke ("Breaking Bad" character)
228. Ben's "There's Something About Mary" role
229. Danson of cheers
230. Cartoonist Key
231. Turner of TNT
232. The Love Boat's Lange
233. ... when Keanu played this guy
234. Bill's co-adventurer
235. Bill's movie companion
236. How I Met Your Mother role
237. Bygone discount airline
238. Knight or Nugent
239. Sox legend Williams
240. 2012 movie about a foulmouthed bear
241. 2012 movie bear
242. Ideas worth spreading org.
243. Fenway's Williams
244. Low-fare airline
245. Birthday Letters author Hughes
246. Budget airline launched in 2004
247. Short-lived budget airline
248. Father ___ (cult comedy from Ireland)
249. Sorensen who advised JFK
250. Poet Kooser or Hughes
251. Bill's excellent friend
252. The Mary Tyler Moore Show anchorman
253. Former Alaska senator Stevens
254. Lou's dimwitted anchorman
255. One of two movie adventurers
256. Dilbert Generic Guy
257. CNN founder Turner
258. Defunct Frontier Airlines competitor
259. Fenway Park's Williams
260. Former British Poet Laureate Hughes
261. Knight on TV
262. Longtime Massachusetts senator Kennedy
263. Joe and Rose's youngest
264. Williams with a .344 lifetime batting average
265. Bill's adventurous partner
266. Airplane! hero Striker
267. JFK speechwriter Sorensen
268. Joe and Rose Kennedy's youngest
269. Journalist Koppel
270. Title stuffed bear in a 2012 film
271. Ideas worth spreading acronym
272. Ideas worth spreading conference acronym
273. 2012 film bear
274. Former Ohio governor Strickland
275. Knight in a sitcom
276. Stevens of Alaska
277. Title stuffed bear in a 2012 comedy
278. Talks acronym
279. Title time traveler with Bill
280. Knight who played a newsman
281. Mosby on "How I Met Your Mother"
282. Talbot Jr. or Sr. on "Rectify"
283. Chopped host Allen
284. Fictional newsman Baxter
285. Generic Guy in "Dilbert"
286. Longtime senator Kennedy
287. Talk acronym
288. Texas senator Cruz
289. Brother of Bobby Kennedy
290. Danson of TV's "Fargo"
291. Youngest of nine Kennedy siblings
292. British poet Hughes who was married to Sylvia Plath
293. Danson of TV
294. Dude who time-travels with Bill
295. Two-time Seth MacFarlane title character
296. Kennedy or Danson
297. WJM anchorman
298. Mary Tyler Moore Show character
299. Baseball Hall-of-Famer Williams
300. Mack of '50s TV
301. Excellent adventure dude
302. Choreographer Shawn
303. The __ (Atlanta stadium)
304. Turner of Atlanta
305. Excellent Adventure teen
306. He's opposite Dave
307. Rival of 16 Across
308. Famous Williams
309. TV titan Turner
310. The __ (Atlanta stadium nickname)
311. Koppel of TV
312. Ode for __ (Plath poem)
313. HST beat him in '48
314. HST opponent in '48
315. Jane ex
316. Curious George guy
317. Telejournalist Koppel
318. Dr. Seuss, to friends
319. Sam on "Cheers"
320. TV journalist Koppel
321. Heath nickname
322. Turner of CNN
323. The Mary Tyler Moore Show character
324. First Blood director Kotcheff
325. Newsman Koppel of "Nightline"
326. It's ball-bearing
327. Item with a concave head
328. Sexy nightwear
329. 2004-06 poet laureate Kooser and others
330. Bit of a snicker
331. Bit of sleepwear
332. Comforters on kids' beds
333. Bill & ___ Bogus Journey, 1991 comedy
334. Curling goal
335. Football kicker's aid
336. Gadget for 58-Down
337. Time out! signal
338. Time out hand signal shape
339. *What "fore" may precede
340. Driver's helper
341. Bit of gym attire
342. Basketball timeout sign
343. Hit 2012 film with a talking stuffed bear
344. Ho-humness
345. Longtime "Nightline" host
346. Singer Pendergrass and others
347. Rote learning, to most people
348. ___ Wedding ("The Mary Tyler Moore Show" episode)
349. Three Stooges creator Healy and others
350. Lecture series with well over a billion views
351. Founder of 6-Down
352. 15-Across shape
353. Seductive nightwear
354. Golf ball propper-upper
355. Gym shirt
356. Politico Cruz
357. Purchase in a bear market?
358. Multimedia think piece
359. The first one was delivered in 1984
360. Former New England Patriot Bruschi whose name is a bear to pronounce?
361. Bit of apparel with a ring neck
362. Spreads, as straw
363. End of August?
364. It gives a driver a little height
365. ___ Baker (British clothing retailer)
366. ___ Mosby, main role on "How I Met Your Mother"
367. ___ Prize (onetime annual $1 million award)
368. Child's bear
369. Rocker nicknamed "The Motor City Madman"
370. Ball support
371. End of each word in 17-, 27-, 43- and 54-Across - as well as every clue (and that's a fact!)
372. ___ Radio Hour (NPR program)
373. All-in-one undergarment
374. Overly dry, perhaps
375. Popular lecture series
376. Ideas worth spreading offshoot
377. Bit of clothing often worn with shorts
378. Wisecracking bear of film
379. [bear] [beer] [cigarette]
380. Senator who once served as an editor of the Harvard Law Review
381. One of the Kennedy brothers, familiarly
382. Aid in driving
383. Japanese batter
384. One past twelve?
385. Commuter prefix
386. Angry tirade about a meat substitute?
387. Move like a drunk
388. Arizona city or a misspelled meat substitute
389. Irate, with 'off'
390. Pop singer -- Marie
391. Young puppy love
392. Adolescent feeling of insecurity
393. Riled, with 'off'
394. Most wee
395. Letter that appears at least once in every single answer in this puzzle
396. Began a golf game
397. 11th grader, e.g.
398. One nearing adulthood
399. Mall rat, typically
400. Leisure top
401. Collectible Happy Meal miniatures
402. Driving exam taker, often
403. High-school grad, e.g.
404. With 47-Across, swooned-over sort
405. With ___ (NIN)
406. Bruce's Fender model (Abbr.)
407. Keith Richards' guitar
408. Taylor Swift: "___ Me Why"
409. Every Picture ___ a Story
410. Squeeze smash
411. Bruce or Keith's Fender mod.
412. Fender guit.
413. Fender model (Abbr.)
414. Springsteen's Fender model (Abbr.)
415. Lady Gaga song about choppers?
416. Turn on the ___ every thing so shady Tech N9ne
417. Fender mod.
418. Best Kissers in the World "Miss ___ USA"
419. '00 Marilyn Manson song "Disposable ___"
420. When most fans get into music
421. Keith Richards' Fender model (abbr.)
422. Rufus and Chaka Khan "___ Something Good"
423. Key scientist in the hydrogen bomb's development
424. Modern workers
425. Abbr. on business cards
426. Outdated communiques
427. Overflower
428. Internet transfer protocol
429. CIA director (1997___2004)
430. WJM's Baxter
431. Williams and Nugent
432. Driving platform?
433. Elevator on a golf course
434. Golf expendable
435. Golfer's launch pad
436. Hardly dangerous bear
437. Stuffed, fuzzy-wuzzy cactus?
438. TV talent scout
439. Danson and Nugent
440. Kluszewski and Williams
441. Cross it (and dot your i's while you're at it)
442. 2012 film about a humanlike stuffed bear
443. 2012 Mark Wahlberg film
444. 2012 Seth MacFarlane comedy
445. Group known for its short, powerful talks
446. Hit 2012 movie featuring a stuffed bear
447. Name associated with Web talks
448. Williams with a .344 career batting average
449. Rocker Nugent nicknamed the Motor City Madman
450. Williams who hit 521 home runs
451. Hughes or Williams
452. ___ talk (type of online presentation)
453. Mark Wahlberg comedy that has a 2015 sequel
454. Danson or Koppell
455. Koppel or Danson
456. Spread for drying
457. Danson of "Ink"
458. Danson
459. Jane's mate
460. Williams of Beantown
461. Massachusetts senator Kennedy
462. Cable king Turner
463. Generic Guy of "Dilbert"
464. Liberal Lion Kennedy
465. ... Senator Kennedy
466. Generic Guy in "Dilbert" comics
467. HST beat him in 1948
468. Bill's "excellent adventure" pal
469. Broadcasting baron Turner
470. Turner who owned the Atlanta Braves
471. Brother of Jack and Bobby
472. Cassidy who played Lurch on "The Addams Family"
473. Danson or Kennedy
474. Rocker Nugent nicknamed the "Motor City Madman"
475. Dry, as hay
476. Husing of radio
477. Husing of radio days
478. Sorensen, to friends
479. Talent-hunter Mack
480. Prepare ensilage
481. Scatter, as hay
482. Mack
483. Williams or Knight
484. Knight of TV
485. Senator Kennedy
486. Nightline host's first name
487. Turner of 51 Across
488. Nugent of rock
489. Sen. Kennedy
490. Hay drying machines
491. Guitarist Nugent et al.
492. With 10-Across, 1957 Elvis song
493. Toys since 1902
494. Collectible stuffed toys
495. Cuddly bear
496. Toy bear given by a fan of singer Arnold?
497. Hymns of thanksgiving
498. Bear that kids bear
499. Classic doll
500. Ordinariness
501. Guitarist Nugent
502. Mosby of "How I Met Your Mother"
503. The "I" of "How I Met Your Mother"
504. Williams
505. Poet Hughes
506. Ohio governor Strickland
507. Former senator Stevens
508. Bill's partner in an "excellent adventure"
509. Hazel cartoonist Key
510. Turner or Williams
511. The Splendid Splinter Williams
512. Bob & Carol & Alice's mate
513. The Hawk in the Rain poet Hughes
514. Talent show emcee Mack
515. Football Hall of Famer Hendricks
516. Turner or Kennedy
517. 1991 "Man of the Year" Turner
518. Mack of "The Original Amateur Hour"
519. McGinley of "Revenge of the Nerds"
520. Former British Prime Minister Heath
521. Bill's "excellent adventure" cohort
522. WJM newsman, or his portrayer
523. Senator Kennedy, familiarly
524. Turner the tycoon
525. Talking stuffed bear of film
526. Mark Wahlberg's animated bear
527. A Kennedy
528. One of the Kennedys
529. Clarinetist Lewis
530. Noted Turner
531. Pastor Haggard
532. Key of cartooning
533. JetBlue competitor
534. A Turner
535. "Father ___ ," hit 1990s British sitcom
536. J.F.K. aide Sorensen
537. Hall-of-Famer Williams
538. Main character on "How I Met Your Mother"
539. Newsman Baxter on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show"
540. Alaska senator Stevens
541. Football Hall-of-Famer Hendricks
542. English poet laureate Hughes
543. Fail (4)
544. Site of notorious Nazi concentration camp (6)
545. Man's nickname
546. Mr Husing of the radio
547. Scatter
548. Sports announcer Husing
549. Dress flax
550. Williams of the Red Sox
551. Mr Williams
552. Mr Husing
553. ___ Lewis, of the night clubs
554. Danson or Koppel
555. Ballplayer Williams
556. Spread hay for drying
557. Red Sox star
558. Tennis player Schroeder
559. Farmer's word
560. Baseball's "Splendid Splinter"
561. Husing or Williams
562. Mr Williams, now a Marine
563. "Airplane!" hero Striker
564. "Airplane!" protagonist Striker
565. "Bob & Carol & ___ & Alice"
566. "Bob & Carol & ___ & Alice" 2020 New Group show
567. "Captain Courageous" Turner
568. "Cat Scratch Fever" Nugent
569. "Cheers" star Danson
570. "Chopped" host Allen
571. "Curious George" guy
572. "Dilbert" Generic Guy
573. "Dilbert" engineer
574. "Excellent Adventure" teen
575. "Excellent adventure" dude
576. "Excellent" sidekick in a comedy film title
577. "Father ___ " hit 1990s British sitcom
578. "Father ___" (Irish sitcom starring Dermot Morgan)
579. "Father ___" (bygone British sitcom)
580. "Father ___" (cult comedy from Ireland)
581. "Free-for-All" Nugent
582. "Hazel" cartoonist ___ Key
583. "Hazel" drawer Key
584. "How I Met Your Mother" character
585. "How I Met Your Mother" protagonist
586. "How I Met Your Mother" role
587. "Ideas worth spreading" conference
588. "Ideas worth spreading" acronym
589. "Ideas worth spreading" conference acronym
590. "Ideas worth spreading" group
591. "Ideas worth spreading" grp.
592. "Ideas worth spreading" nonprofit
593. "Ideas worth spreading" org.
594. "Ideas worth spreading" talks
595. "If You Can't Lick 'Em... Lick 'Em" Nugent
596. "Liberal Lion" Kennedy
597. "Mary Tyler Moore Show" character
598. "Motor City Madman" Nugent
599. "Ode for ___" (Plath poem)
600. "Original Amateur Hour" host Mack
601. "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy" food and wine connoisseur
602. "Queer Eye" food & wine expert
603. "Queer Eye" food and wine expert
604. "Smile for ___ Koppel Officer Martin" (sarcastic comment from Mark in "Rent")
605. "Splendid Splinter" Williams
606. "State of Shock" Nugent
607. "TRUS___" (2016 political slogan)
608. "Talks" namesake that is in fact an acronym
609. "Thank you for coming to my ___ Talk"
610. "Thank you for coming to my ___ talk" (sarcastic end of a Tumblr rant)
611. "Thanks for coming to my ___ Talk"
612. "The Good Place" co-star Danson
613. "The Good Place" star Danson
614. "The Hawk in the Rain" poet Hughes
615. "The Love Boat's" Lange
616. "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" anchorman
617. "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" newsman
618. "The Nuge"
619. "The Ref" director Demme
620. "The Science of Hitting" co-author Williams
621. "The Sonnets" poet Berrigan
622. "The Truth About Charlie" actor Levine
623. "The Unabomber" Kaczynski
624. "View of a Pig" poet Hughes
625. "Weekend Warriors" Nugent
626. "___ 2" (2015 Mark Wahlberg film)
627. "___ Lasso"
628. '50s All-Star first baseman Kluszewski
629. 'Birthday Letters' author Hughes
630. 'Blow' director Demme
631. 'First Blood' director Kotcheff
632. 'Hazel' creator Key
633. 'Life' director Demme
634. 'Nightline' name
635. *Detested
636. -
637. 18-minute talk type
638. 18-minutes-or-less lecture series
639. 2012 Mark Wahlberg comedy
640. 2012 Mark Wahlberg movie
641. 2012 Seth MacFarlane film
642. 2012 Seth MacFarlane film about a talking bear
643. 2012 comedy with a talking bear
644. 2012 film title character who was computer-generated
645. 2012 flick about a bear
646. 2016 GOP hopeful's first name
647. 2016 campaigner Cruz
648. 2016 rival of Donald
649. 2016 rival of Donald and Marco
650. A Kennedy.
651. A Knight on TV
652. A Mack
653. A Williams.
654. A famous Turner
655. A famous Williams
656. A runner-up to Donald in the 2016 Republican primaries
657. ABCs Koppel
658. Acronym with Talks or Conference
659. Actor Knight
660. Actor Lange
661. Actor Wass
662. Airline that's also a name
663. Alaska Sen. Stevens
664. Alaska's Sen. Stevens
665. Allen of Food Network
666. Amboy Dukes' Nugent
667. Anchor at WJM
668. Anchorman on "Mary Tyler Moore"
669. Anchorman where Mary worked
670. Animated bear who made a cameo at the 2013 Oscars
671. Annual Vancouver event familiarly
672. Annual conference of ideas
673. Annual conference with the slogan "Ideas worth spreading"
674. Baseball's Kluszewski
675. Baseball's Williams
676. Baseball's Williams.
677. Baseballer Williams
678. Batter Williams
679. Batting champ Williams.
680. Bean Town legend Williams
681. Beantown baseball legend Williams
682. Bear buddy of John Bennett
683. Bear in a 2012 film and its 2015 sequel
684. Bear in a hit 2012 comedy
685. Bear in a hit 2012 film
686. Bessell of "That Girl"
687. Beto beater in 2018
688. Beto's 2018 opponent
689. Beto's opponent in Texas
690. Big name in Massachusetts or Alaska politics
691. Big name in Massachusetts politics
692. Big name in online talks
693. Big name in short talks
694. Big name in talks
695. Bill Gates' 2015 talk titled "The next outbreak? We're not ready" was for it
696. Bill and ___
697. Bill partner
698. Bill's "excellent adventure" partner
699. Bill's bud in movies
700. Bill's buddy
701. Bill's cinematic partner
702. Bill's co-adventurer in the movies
703. Bill's excellent sidekick
704. Bill's film bud
705. Bill's film buddy
706. Bill's movie cohort
707. Bill's partner in film adventures
708. Bill's time-traveling pal of film
709. Bill's time-traveling partner in film
710. Binion victim in "Positively Fifth Street"
711. Boston baseball legend Williams
712. Boston's ___ Williams Tunnel
713. Bow hunting rocker Nugent
714. Bracelet winner Forrest*
715. Braves' Turner
716. Braves' owner Turner
717. British poet Hughes
718. Broadcaster Koppel
719. Budget airline
720. Bundy or Turner
721. Bush-era solicitor general Olson
722. Butt of many jokes at station WJM
723. CNN founder familiarly
724. CNN name
725. CNN s Turner
726. Canadian actor Atherton of "Nothing to Good for a Cowboy"
727. Candidate Cruz
728. Cassidy of 'The Addams Family'
729. Cassidy who played Lurch
730. Character on a "bogus journey" in a 1991 film
731. Colleague of Lou and Mary
732. Colleague of Mary Murray and Lou on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show"
733. Common news group supposedly
734. Common nickname for Theodore
735. Conf. since 1984
736. Conference series parodied by "Onion Talks"
737. Conference with many talks
738. Conference with the tagline "Ideas worth spreading"
739. Congressman Lieu
740. Coworker of Mary and Murray
741. Cruz in the news
742. Cruz of Texas
743. Cruz on Capitol Hill
744. Cruz or Danson
745. Cruz or Koppel
746. Cruz or Lieu
747. Cryogenically frozen Williams
748. Cubs pitcher Lilly
749. Damn Yankees Nugent
750. Dancer Shawn.
751. Danson in "Dad"
752. Danson in "Ink"
753. Danson in "The Good Place"
754. Danson of "CSI"
755. Danson of "Curb Your Enthusiasm"
756. Danson of "Mad Money"
757. Danson of "The Good Place"
758. Danson of 'Cheers'
759. Danson of 'Cousins'
760. Danson of 'Dad'
761. Danson of 'Ink'
762. Danson of TV shows
763. Danson of sitcoms
764. Danson on "CSI"
765. Danson on the screen
766. Danson or Bessell
767. Danson or Dekker
768. Danson or Waitt
769. Danson who got arrested while protesting with Jane Fonda about a year ago (absolute king and queen)
770. Danson who got arrested with Jane Fonda while protesting in October 2019
771. Danson with the stars?
772. Danson Turner or Knight
773. Danson who played Sam in "Cheers"
774. Designer Lapidus
775. Dilbert colleague
776. Dimwitted TV anchor
777. Do a farm job
778. Do a farm job.
779. Do a farmer's job.
780. Do a haying job.
781. Donato or Crowley of the N.H.L.
782. Dr. Seuss to friends
783. Dr. Seuss to his friends
784. Dry as hay
785. Dustin's "Kramer vs. Kramer" role
786. Early radio sportscaster ___ Husing
787. Editorial cartoonist Rall
788. Edward to pals
789. Ex-senator Stevens of Alaska
790. FDR opponent in '44
791. Famous Turner in Atlanta
792. Famous talk hoster
793. Father in "How I Met Your Mother"
794. Film about a talking teddy bear
795. Film director Demme
796. First name in classic TV newscasters
797. First name in newscasting
798. First name in talks
799. Food & Wine expert on "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy"
800. Food Network host Allen
801. Football's Hendricks or baseball's Williams
802. Former "Nightline" anchor Koppel
803. Former Alaska politico Stevens
804. Former president pro tempore Stevens
805. Former televangelist Haggard
806. Foul-mouthed bear of film
807. Foulmouthed bear voiced by Seth MacFarlane
808. Friend of Bob Carol and Alice
809. Gateway founder Waitt
810. Gay prostitute customer Haggard
811. George's solicitor general
812. Ginn of the Carolina Panthers
813. Global conference series familiarly
814. Gold medal skier ___ Ligety
815. Golfer Purdy
816. Good name for a lecturer?
817. Governor Strickland of Ohio or Kulongoski of Oregon
818. Group known for its short powerful talks
819. Harvard hockey coach ___ Donato
820. Hazel creator Key
821. He "Face[d] the Music" in a 2020 film
822. He plays Michael on "The Good Place"
823. He ran against Jimmy in 1980
824. He was Rose Kennedy's youngest
825. He was born Charles on October 1 1896
826. He went on an excellent adventure with Bill
827. Head turner
828. Hillock
829. Host Allen of TV's "Chopped"
830. Husband of Heidi Cruz
831. Hyannis Port name
832. Hyannisport guy
833. Hyannisport name
834. Idea-focused conference
835. Idea-focused talk type
836. Inspiring talk type
837. Islanders head coach Nolan
838. JFK advisor Sorenson
839. Jack and Bobby's brother
840. Jane Fonda ex
841. Jane Fonda's hubby
842. Jane's ex
843. Jane's former hubby
844. John and Bobby's brother
845. Josh's role on "How I Met Your Mother" (not "Tied up")
846. Kaczynski or Koppel
847. Kaczynski serving a life sentence
848. Kennedy aide Sorensen
849. Kennedy nickname
850. Kennedy of note
851. Kennedy or Cassidy
852. Kennedy or Cruz
853. Kennedy or Knight
854. Kennedy or Turner
855. Kennedy who said "Frankly I don't mind not being president"
856. Key or Turner
857. Key who draws "Hazel"
858. Killer Bundy
859. Kind of talk
860. Kind of talk given by Jane Goodall
861. Kind of talk that's videoed
862. Kind of talk viewable online
863. Kluszewski of baseball
864. Knight in "Caddyshack"
865. Knight of classic TV
866. Knight or Baxter
867. Knight or Koppel
868. Knight or Lange
869. Knight or Wass
870. Koppel of 'Nightline'
871. Koppel of news
872. Koppel of {Nightline}
873. Koppel or Kotcheff
874. Koppel or Williams
875. Koppel of ABC
876. Lange of "The Love Boat"
877. Lange of 'The Love Boat'
878. Lange who played Isaac on "The Love Boat"
879. Lapidus or Lewis
880. Larry's nemesis on "Curb Your Enthusiasm"
881. Lasso played by Jason Sudeikis
882. Lead role in "Airplane!"
883. Legendary Nugent
884. Legendary Williams
885. Legendary slugger Williams
886. Levine of "Monk"
887. Levine of "The Silence of the Lambs"
888. Lewis of "Me and My Shadow" fame
889. Lieu or Leo
890. Longtime Alaska senator Stevens
891. Lou Grant's anchorman
892. Lou Grant's employee
893. Lou Grant's employee Baxter
894. Lou's anchor
895. Lou's anchor at WJM
896. Lou's anchorman in a sitcom
897. Lou's clueless anchor
898. Lou's dimwitted anchor
899. Low-cost competitor of Frontier and Southwest
900. Lurch portrayer Cassidy
901. MacFarlane's raunchy bear
902. Mack of early television
903. Mack or Wass
904. Mack or Weems
905. Main character in "How I Met Your Mother"
906. Make hay
907. Make hay while the sun shines?
908. Man of Mass.
909. Man's name that's also a series of intellectual lectures
910. Man's nickname.
911. Marion Maudsley's lover
912. Mary and Lou's colleague
913. Mary's Knight
914. Mary's Knight?
915. Mary's TV co-worker
916. Mass. politico
917. Media mogul
918. Media mogul's first name
919. Michael's portrayer on "The Good Place"
920. Mogul who wed Jane
921. Movie bear that talks or a word before "Talks"
922. Movie character voiced by Seth MacFarlane
923. Movie title character voiced by Seth MacFarlane
924. Movie with a stuffed bear
925. Mr. Danson
926. Mr. Mack.
927. Mr. Nugent
928. Mr. Tryba
929. Musgrave the race car driver
930. N.H.L. coach ___ Nolan
931. Name atop the list of most Best Comedy Actor Emmy nominations (12 1983 to 2018)
932. Name in "Talks"
933. Name in a cinematic "excellent adventure"
934. Name the "Mythbusters" crew called any ballistics-gel human simulation
935. New low-fare airline
936. Nickname for Theodore
937. Nickname for Turner Field with 'the'
938. Nickname for a divine gift
939. Nightline guy
940. Nonprofit with Talks
941. Nugent
942. Nugent on guitar
943. Nugent with a guitar
944. Olympic skier Ligety
945. Once-homeless "Golden-Voiced" Williams
946. One Kennedy
947. One of the Kennedy clan
948. One of the Kennedys.
949. One of the Turners
950. Online lecture series name
951. Online talk type
952. Org. limiting its speakers to 18 minutes maximum
953. Pal of Marshall Lily Robin and Barney on "How I Met Your Mother"
954. Pharmacists leader Leo
955. Piscopo impersonation ___ Koppel
956. Poet Sylvia's poet husband
957. Poet laureat Hughes
958. Politician Kennedy
959. Popular live lecture series
960. Popular live lecture series name
961. Popular series of talks
962. Popular talk series
963. Portland's mayor Wheeler
964. Portrayer of Sam on "Cheers" and Michael on "The Good Place"
965. Producer Templeman
966. Producer of 18-minute talks
967. Rafael Cruz familiarly
968. Rake as hay
969. Ray or Tryba
970. Red Sox great Williams
971. Representative Lieu
972. Rhea's TV boss
973. Rival of David and Jay
974. Rival of JetBlue and Song
975. Robert Turner III
976. Rocker Nugent with the song "Venom Soup"
977. Rocker ___ Leo
978. Role that Keanu will revive in 2020
979. Rose Kennedy's youngest
980. Sally's husband in the comic strip "Sally Forth"
981. Sam on Cheers
982. Sam the bartender
983. Scandal-ridden preacher Haggard
984. Scatter new-mown grass
985. Scatter as hay
986. Sci-fi author Chiang
987. Sen. Cruz
988. Senator Cruz of Texas
989. Senator Cruz whose Twitter account liked a pornographic tweet on 9/11
990. Senator Kennedy familiarly
991. Series of online talks
992. Series of talks
993. Series of talks or a man's name
994. Seth MacFarlane bear
995. Seth MacFarlane film
996. Seth MacFarlane movie set in Boston
997. Seth MacFarlane title character of 2012
998. Seth McFarlane's feature-length directorial debut
999. Seuss to his pals
1000. Shawn of modern dance
1001. Shelley's "Cheers" co-star
1002. Shelley's "Cheers" costar
1003. Short for "Theodore"
1004. So-called "Generic Guy" of "Dilbert" comics
1005. Son of Rose
1006. Sorensen to friends
1007. Source of online talks
1008. Soutar or White of the CFL
1009. Speechwriter Sorensen
1010. Speed skater ___-Jan Bloemen
1011. Spiro Agnew to friends
1012. Spread
1013. Spread grass for drying
1014. Spread hay to dry
1015. Spread as hay
1016. Streaming-lecture acronym
1017. Sylvia Plath's husband ___ Hughes
1018. TOUR man Tryba
1019. TV mogul Turner
1020. TV star Danson
1021. TV's 'Father --'
1022. TV's Turner
1023. Talk conference
1024. Talk series
1025. Talk series with an 18-minute maximum
1026. Talk that's "worth spreading"
1027. Talk type that features thought leaders
1028. Talking bear film of 2012
1029. Talking bear in a 2012 film
1030. Talking bear of 2010s films
1031. Talking bear of 2012
1032. Talking bear or popular talk
1033. Talking stuffed bear in two films
1034. Talking stuffed bear of movies
1035. Talking-bear movie of 2012
1036. Talks online?
1037. Talks preceder
1038. Tech-obsessed conference series
1039. The Man with the Yellow Hat
1040. The Nuge or Uncle ___
1041. The Pharmacists' leader Leo
1042. The ___ (Atlanta stadium nickname)
1043. The ___ (Atlanta stadium)
1044. The ___ (nickname for Turner Field home of the Atlanta Braves)
1045. Theo's cousin.
1046. This Leo jams w/the Pharmacists
1047. Thriller author Dekker
1048. Time Warner exec Turner
1049. Time traveler in an '89 film
1050. Time traveler of 1989
1051. Time-traveling dude in a 1989 film
1052. Time-travelling slacker played by Keanu
1053. Title bear in a 2012 Seth MacFarlane comedy
1054. Title film character voiced by Seth MacFarlane
1055. Title role for Keanu
1056. Titular bear in a 2012 movie
1057. To spread loosely for drying
1058. To spread loosely for drying as newly mown grass
1059. Turner
1060. Turner in Georgia
1061. Turner in entertainment
1062. Turner in media
1063. Turner of TV
1064. Turner of filmdom
1065. Turner of media fame
1066. Turner of networks
1067. Turner of note
1068. Turner or Mack
1069. Turner who launched CNN
1070. Turner for one
1071. Type of talk
1072. Type of talk at a similarly named event: Abbr.
1073. Unabomber moniker
1074. United offshoot
1075. United spinoff
1076. WJM anchor Baxter
1077. WJM guy
1078. WJM newsman or his portrayer
1079. WJM's anchorman
1080. WWE legend "The Million Dollar Man" ___ DiBiase
1081. Wass or Williams
1082. Wass Weems or Williams
1083. What many Edwards are called
1084. White House kid circa 1905
1085. Wild Nugent
1086. Williams in the Hall
1087. Williams nicknamed "The Kid"
1088. Williams of Fenway fame
1089. Williams of Sox fame
1090. Williams of the diamond
1091. Williams or Kluszewski
1092. Williams out in left field
1093. Williams the baseball legend
1094. Williams the slugger
1095. Williams with a museum at Tropicana Field
1096. Williams "The Splendid Splinter"
1097. Williams the "Splendid Splinter"
1098. Williams the Splendid Splinter
1099. Woody's Cheers co-star
1100. Young Kennedy.
1101. ___ Allen Food & Wine "Queer Eye" guy
1102. ___ Buckland ("Scrubs" lawyer)
1103. ___ conference
1104. ___ Hughes former British poet laureate
1105. ___ Kooser former U.S. poet laureate
1106. ___ Lasso role for Jason Sudeikis
1107. ___ Leo and the Pharmacists
1108. ___ Mosby main role on "How I Met Your Mother"
1109. ___ Prize (annual million-dollar award)
1110. ___ Prize (award for a "bold wish to spark global change")
1111. ___ Sorensen "Kennedy" author
1112. ___ talk
1113. ___ Talks
1114. ___ Talks (online lecture provider)
1115. ___ talk (18-min presentation)
1116. ___ talks offerers of "ideas worth spreading"
1117. ___ Talks (inspirational videos from experts)
1118. Kluszewski of the Redlegs
1119. Golfer Kroll
1120. Spread grass
1121. Announcer Husing
1122. Keanu's title role in a 1989 buddy movie
1123. How I Met Your Mother protagonist
1124. Spiro Agnew, to friends
1125. How I Met Your Mother narrator
1126. Excellent adventure taker of film
1127. Bob & Carol & ___ & Alice
1128. Williams, the "Splendid Splinter"
1129. Williams, the Splendid Splinter
1130. Cheers star Danson
1131. Lou's anchorman, in a sitcom
1132. Ideas worth spreading group
1133. Ideas worth spreading nonprofit
1134. With 45-Across, popular lecture series ... or a hint to three letters plus the last word of each starred answer?
1135. Rake as hay
1136. Turner of CNN
1137. Fixed routines
1138. Spread out to dry
1139. Bear beginner
1140. Sam on Cheers
1141. The Mary Tyler Moore Show anchorman
1142. A Roosevelt
1143. Businessman Turner and Poet Hughes
1144. Koppel, of ABC
1145. Danson, et al.
1146. 20th letter
1147. Boredom
1148. Nightie
1149. Peanut butter brand
1150. See 32-Down
1151. Some sleepwear
1152. Toy named after a politician
1153. Some nightwear
1154. Seductive garment
1155. Kennedy or Roosevelt
1156. Businessman Turner
1157. Bear with one's child?
1158. Bear type
1159. Lingerie item
1160. Rafael Cruz, more familiarly
1161. Rough Rider's nickname
1162. Rafael Cruz, familiarly
1163. He's to the left of Abe, at Rushmore
1164. Fenway great Williams
1165. Rock guitarist Nugent
1166. Neighbor of Abe on Mount Rushmore
1167. Links prop
1168. Nightwear
1169. Lack of variety
1170. Senators Kennedy and Stevens
1171. Golf ball's perch
1172. Buttonless shirt
1173. Casual top
1174. Bit of gymwear
1175. Tiresome
1176. Bill & ___ Excellent Adventure
1177. Ball supporter
1178. Roosevelt and Kennedy
1179. Ball holder
1180. Monotony
1181. Kennedy and others
1182. Golf ball support
1183. Roosevelt of note
1184. ---
1185. Golf peg
1186. Ball bearer
1187. Certain intersection
1188. New driver, typically
1189. Itty-bitty
1190. _____ Aviv
1191. Golfer's gadget
1192. Peg for Palmer
1193. Pigskin prop
1194. Placekicker's prop
1195. PGA peg
1196. Simple shirt
1197. High schooler
1198. Gridiron gadget
1199. Adolescent
1200. Peg in a golf bag
1201. Summer top
1202. Giggly laugh
1203. SAT taker, usually
1204. Itsy-bitsy
1205. Ticked
1206. Be rife (with)
1207. Overbrim
1208. First-time driver, often
1209. Harry Potter, for one
1210. Tiger Beat reader
1211. Keith Richards' Fender mod.
1212. Legal ___
1213. ___ Avivans
1214. Business-card abbr.
1215. Nugent and Turner
1216. Ball balancer
1217. Beginning of time?
1218. Williams and Kennedy
1219. Golfer's prop
1220. Driver's aid
1221. Kennedy and Danson
1222. Turner and Kennedy
1223. Williams and Turner
1224. Couples' starting point
1225. Moat
1226. Part 2 of the quip
1227. Victoria's Secret purchase
1228. It's all the same
1229. Caddie's offering
1230. Woman's undergarment
1231. Hay spreader
1232. Presidential nickname
1233. Stuffed bear
1234. Theodore Roosevelt's namesake toy
1235. Dilbert engineer
1236. Common news group, supposedly
1237. Baseball Hall of Famer (Korean War pilot)
1238. Subject of the 2009 biography "Last Lion"
1239. Williams and others
1240. Nickname for Turner Field, with "the"
1241. Hughes and Koppel
1242. Toy named after the 26th president
1243. Dr. Seuss, to his friends
1244. With 23-Down, author of "Off Camera: Private Thoughts Made Public"
1245. ___ Ruxpin (toy bear)
1246. Bear with a child
1247. Spread hay.
1248. A German in Italian.
1249. Turn and spread to dry, as hay.
1250. The smell of grain or ___ grass.—Milton.
1251. Deputy Commander under Eisenhower.
1252. Britain's famed air strategist.
1253. Sports announcer Husing.
1254. British air chief.
1255. Dress flax.
1256. Mr. Williams.
1257. Williams of the Red Sox.
1258. Letter.
1259. Mr. Husing.
1260. Scatter.
1261. ___ Lewis, of the night clubs.
1262. Exact point.
1263. Spread hay for drying.
1264. Ennuis.
1265. ___ Williams.
1266. Spreads for drying.
1267. Farmer's word.
1268. Slugger Williams.
1269. Tennis player Schroeder.
1270. Sung at morning prayer in Anglican Church.
1271. Husing or Williams.
1272. Mr. Williams, now a Marine.
1273. Spread grass to dry.
1274. Chancellor of Cambridge U.
1275. Golfer Kroll.
1276. Spread grass.
1277. Nickname of a president.
1278. Husing or Mack.
1279. Jockey Atkinson.
1280. Scatter grass, at haying time.
1281. Scatter newly cut grass for drying.
1282. Popular toys.
1283. Big Klu.
1284. Hitter Kluszewski.
1285. Spread grass for drying.
1286. Spread, as hay.
1287. TV's Mack.
1288. Williams of Boston.
1289. Ancient hymns of praise.
1290. Ancient hymn.
1291. British Air Marshal.
1292. Toy animal.
1293. Candidate in 1900.
1294. Farming apparatus.
1295. Farm machine.
1296. Hay spreader.
1297. Presidential nickname.
1298. Bear of a kind.
1299. Haying machine.
1300. Farm machines.
1301. Farming machine.
1302. The Science of Hitting co-author Williams
1303. The Mary Tyler Moore Show newsman
1304. Nightline host Koppel
1305. Nightline name
1306. Husing or Mack
1307. Jockey Atkinson
1308. ___ Williams
1309. Scatter newly cut grass for drying
1310. Scatter grass, at haying time
1311. Hitter Kluszewski
1312. Mr Mack
1313. TV's Mack
1314. Big Klu
1315. Boston's "Splendid Splinter"
1316. First name of famous Bosoxer
1317. Batting champ Williams
1318. Young Kennedy
1319. Theo's cousin
1320. Do a haying job
1321. Do a farmer's job
1322. Bill's movie buddy
1323. Online talk acronym
1324. Danson of “The Good Place”
1325. Mogul ____ Turner
1326. 'Queer Eye' food and wine specialist Allen
1327. Type of talk on the internet