New York Times - Feb 5 2023

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Clues Answers
'Copy,' to a cat IDIG
'Hogan's Heroes' colonel KLINK
'Nice joke!' HAH
'Not good, amigo' NOBUENO
'Remarkable!' WOW
'Socrate' composer SATIE
'That cult's initiation ceremony is brutal!' [1983] THEIRRITESTOUGH
'Well, shucks!' AWMAN
'Works for me!' DEAL
'You didn't fool me!' IKNEWIT
'You there, hoarding the Quattro razor! Scram!' [2002] SCHICKHOGGO
'___ OK!' THATS
1983 #1 hit for David Bowie LETSDANCE
Acclaimed rock-and-roll biopic of 2022 ELVIS
Actress Davis GEENA
Aerial threat during the Cold War MIG
Alternative to Levi's LEES
Ambassador, in brief REP
Anise-flavored liqueur PERNOD
Anxiety condition, for short OCD
Auditing a class, maybe SITTINGIN
Ball game? LOTTO
Belly, cutesily TUM
Big change in price or power SURGE
Big drinkers SOTS
Bit of apparel that covers the face SKIMASK
Bit of memory, for short MEG
Bronzed New York basketball player from Bangkok [1997] THAITANKNICK
Brought about LEDTO
Bucatini, ziti and rigatoni, e.g TUBES
Category for which every 30-Down in this puzzle was recognized, aptly SOUNDMIXING
Change for the better AMEND
Chew the fat CHITCHAT
Classic Disney film that opens at Flynn's arcade TRON
Classic record label EMI
Compadre HOMIE
Compliment to Daisy during a game of fetch GOODGIRL
Contacting on Twitter, for short DMING
Cosmic comeuppance BADKARMA
Cowboy's cry of excitement YEEHAW
Creator of the games Xybots and Klax ATARI
Crime show spinoff, to fans SVU
Cry after remembering to meet at noon [1984] AHMIDDAYYES
D.D.E.'s W.W. II battleground ETO
Diamond shapes RHOMBI
Didn't go anywhere IDLED
Do some making up FIB
Dozes after a dose, say NODSOUT
Easily persuaded sort SOFTY
Emerald or aquamarine BERYL
End of a flight, in two senses LANDING
English football powerhouse, to fans MANU
Feel bad AIL
Filling station brand STP
Ganja WEED
Grammy-winning DiFranco ANI
Great Basin people UTE
Greeting that means, literally, 'love' ALOHA
High point of a trip to Europe? ALP
Historic builders of rope bridges INCAS
How one cannibal felt after devouring the other [2000] GLADHEATEHER
I.T. bigwig ADMIN
It may produce both a cringe and a laugh DARKHUMOR
It's quite the stretch EPOCH
Its loss can cause baldness TREAD
Journalist in a field EMBED
Jubilant cheer OLE
Clues Answers
King, queen, etc CHESSSET
Latest releases, of sorts NEWMUSIC
Like 'threads,' for clothing SLANGY
Like the death of 19-Across, some claim FAKED
Like the smell of burnt rubber ACRID
Line at a karaoke bar LYRIC
Losing line in tic-tac-toe XOO
Lug around TOTE
Make an appearance SHOW
Many a watch display, for short LED
Many a Zoroastrian IRANI
Miffed, with 'off' TEED
Missions, in brief OPS
Neighbor of a return key BACKSLASH
Neighbor of an Emirati OMANI
Nickname for mom's mom GRAM
Not play by oneself, perhaps DOADUET
Not stay outside, informally HEADONIN
On display, as a painting WALLHUNG
One in the oil business? ARTIST
One way to cross a lake CANOE
One who makes calls UMP
Options for 'bee's knees' cocktails GINS
Out of control AMOK
Overly impulsive RASH
Parks at a pier MOORS
Part of H.K HONG
Partner of Clark in American history LEWIS
Passes (out) METES
Pay (up) ANTE
Pile of papers SHEAF
Places LOCI
Previously, poetically ERE
Prominent features of Sphynx cats EARS
Rapper behind the 'King's Disease' trilogy NAS
Recipe qty TBSP
Rival of a 'Vette STANG
Sci-fi film staple, for short CGI
Serves, with 'on' WAITS
Show with a 'What's Up With That?' segment, for short SNL
Six-foot runners? ANTS
Skedaddle, with 'it' HIGHTAIL
Some optical illusions created with one's fingers [1999] THUMBMADETRICKS
Something in a cocoon SILK
Somewhat off ODD
Spurred into action GOADED
Stefani who sang the 1996 hit 'Don't Speak' GWEN
Subject of SETI space scans ALIENLIFE
Summer hrs. in Dallas CDT
Syst. of unspoken words ASL
Tapped CHOSE
Therein lies the rubbed SPA
Things pandas have 20 of TOES
Time out in pre-K? NAP
Total breeze SNAP
Travel through time? AGE
Treaty that was dissolved in 2020 NAFTA
Turn into confetti SHRED
What you get upon reading aloud the answers to the seven italicized clues OSCARWINNER
White wine aperitif KIR
Why the Devil was forced to pay 'The Greatest' [1969] HELLOWEDALI
Word with pie, pot or port HOLE
Work of appreciation ODE
Writer Rand AYN
Wryly comical DROLL
[Yuck!] RETCH
___ Hall, home of the N.C.A.A.'s Pirates SETON
___ Stavro Blofeld, enemy of 007 ERNST