New York Times, Saturday, July 2, 2016

Author: Erin Rhode
Editor: Will Shortz
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 29 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 2 for Ms. Rhode. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

Erin Rhode notes: I'm very excited to show off my second ever New York Times crossword puzzle, just over one year from my first one. Perhaps I will ... more
Jeff Chen notes: Such a great triple to kick off the puzzle: FOOD COMA / … AND IM OUT! / RED VINES. Totally worth the price of a RRN (random ... more
JimH notes: Ms. Rhode is the first woman to have a Saturday NYT puzzle since Elizabeth Gorski in 2014. You need to go back another two years for the one before that.
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Across Down
1. Postprandial woe : FOODCOMA
9. Fight memento : FATLIP
15. "That's it ... too rich for me" : ANDIMOUT
16. Classical record on Norman Bates's turntable in "Psycho" : EROICA
17. Licorice candy that was originally raspberry-flavored : REDVINES
18. Ross and Spencer : DIANAS
19. John of the Velvet Underground : CALE
20. Berlin's ___ Nationalgalerie : ALTE
22. Promised lands : EDENS
23. Alex's mom on "Family Ties" : ELYSE
25. Totes : LUGS
27. Tía's title, perhaps: Abbr. : SRTA
28. Brought (up), as from the distant past : DREDGED
31. Get in the end : NET
32. Gladiator type : WARRIOR
36. Classic song with the lyric "Let's get together and feel all right" : ONELOVE
38. Rays are in it : ALEAST
39. Browns : SAUTES
40. Head honchos : TOPDOGS
42. Pie slice, so to speak : PERCENT
43. Disney aunt : ENA
44. Most insensitive : NUMBEST
46. "___ Theme," tune from "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" : REYS
48. Change colors : TURN
49. Oyster cracker? : OTTER
54. No longer crisp, in a way : STALE
56. Two-time All-Star Martinez : TINO
58. Half of a comic strip duo : ARLO
59. Put an end to : KIBOSH
61. 2008 Tina Fey/Amy Poehler comedy : BABYMAMA
63. Words said in a rush : IMLATE
64. Small show of one's feelings : EMOTICON
65. Considered to be : SEENAS
66. Barren, in a way : SEEDLESS
1. "Broad City," for one : FARCE
2. N.B.A. star with size 22 shoes : ONEAL
3. "___ enough ..." : ODDLY
4. Low bars : DIVES
5. 10th-century year : CMI
6. Chaplin of "Game of Thrones" : OONA
7. Robert ___, F.B.I. director from 2001 to 2013 : MUELLER
8. Like many retired Derby winners : ATSTUD
9. Like parking meters : FED
10. Singer India.___ : ARIE
11. Pride : lions :: knot : ___ : TOADS
12. It may be a credit to the band : LINERNOTE
13. "This is too much" : ICANTEVEN
14. Prove one's worth : PASSATEST
21. Something that may pop up in the morning : EGGO
24. Who said "Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work" : EDISON
26. Some claim to have six of them : SENSES
29. Poor spirits? : ROTGUT
30. Loved by : DEARTO
32. Has fun getting towed? : WATERSKIS
33. Recharging period : ALONETIME
34. Like debts : REPAYABLE
35. Old dope? : RAD
37. Director Jacquet of "March of the Penguins" : LUC
41. Blue books? : SMUT
42. Ann Landers, for one : PENNAME
45. Sweeteners : BRIBES
47. M.I.T.'s ___ School of Management : SLOAN
50. Linguistic origin of "mulligatawny" : TAMIL
51. Whisper : TRACE
52. Ticklish dolls : ELMOS
53. They have coats with white hairs : ROANS
55. ___ noche (tonight: Sp.) : ESTA
57. Something that may be found in a pit : OBOE
60. "___ Mine" (hit of 1957 or 1995) : HES
62. Accounting abbr. : YTD

Answer summary: 6 unique to this puzzle, 2 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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