And I printed out the puzzle at my sister's, and I have the laptop. All's right with the world.
Including Steve Kahn's Monday puzzle, full of R and R (37A: Break, briefly...or a hint to this puzzle's theme).
The theme answers are:
17A: Company that clears clogged drains (Roto Rooter)
58A: Friendly tournament format (Round Robin)
11D: Silver Cloud of autodom (Rolls Royce)
27D: Classic kids' show (Romper Room)
I was excited by the clue for 1A: "Madness" month (March). Nice to see the blog name in the puzzle!
Some entertaining, cleverly-clued fill:
20A: "Faster!" (step on it). "Red means stop, green means go, yellow means go like hell." Who can name the movie and the actor who said it?
33A: Adjective follower (noun).
50A: The Godfather's voice, e.g. (rasp). The Godfather was another movie we watched in World's Greatest Films. I never intentionally watch violent movies...I had to close my eyes a few times.
6D: One who knows "the way" (Taoist). Without asking for directions.
7D: Unlikely dog for a canine registry (mutt). As far as I'm concerned, they're the best kind. And one of the best cartoon mutts makes an appearance at 26D: "Garfield" canine (Odie).
12D: Bea Arthur sitcom (Maude). I loved that show. The sarcasm, the wit. She was my kind of woman.
31D: Exhortation at a pub (bottom's up). Love it, although I don't think I've ever said it.
37D: "Lovely __, meter maid" (Beatles lyric) (Rita). Definitely a Monday clue. Any other day it wouldn't have been so detailed. One of my favorite sing-along songs on the treadmill.
45D: Like pumpkins and traffic cones (orange). Does this remind you of anyone we know?
Several words that show up from time to time. It's good to remember them.
6A: Crime-fighter Eliot Ness, notably (Tman)
42A: Fancy tie (ascot)
43A: French political divisions (etats)
Okay, so I didn't do so well not blogging. When you're addicted, you're addicted. What can I say?
See you tomorrow night.