Today's theme answers include a three-part quote, the speaker, his brother, and their comedy group.
The "snarky" quote appears at 17A, 38A and 64A: I'd give you my/seat but I'm/sitting in it.
54A: Speaker of the quote (Chico).
27A: Sibling of 54-Across (Harpo).
28A and 53A: Noted comedy group, in brief (Marx Bros).
Not the most clever theme, but the theme answers are symmetrical, and there's some pretty spicy fill.
21A: Unwordy (laconic). That's what this post will be today. I don't know what the word is for no links, but it will also be that.
32A: __-chef (kitchen #2) (sous).
58A: Pale yellow Danish cheese (Havarti).
4D: Punch lines, e.g. (climaxes). Nice cross with the X in Marx.
12D: Antigone's father (Oedipus). Tragic story...a must-read.
23D: Cockney's abode (ome). That's home, minus the H...in case someone out there didn't catch it.
42D: Share digs (cohabit).
43D: Worth bubkes (trivial). Haven't heard the word bubkes, but I like it. If you say it three times, you can't help but giggle.
The last few days have basically sucked (kids who aren't really kids any more, but they're damn sure not adults)...but I've been determined to hang in there with my puzzling and blogging. Right now, though, I'm just too drained to do much more. A nice, long soak in the tub for me, then to bed.
So here's the grid...
...and tomorrow's another day. See you then.