Here are the answers to Daily Celebrity Crossword Monday July 9, 2018
___ potato (someone who lounges in front of the TV a lot)
Party where women aren’t invited
“The piper’s son” in a nursery rhyme
First letter of the Greek alphabet
One in Spanish
Turn back to zero like a trip odometer
Render completely unusable
“Kill Bill” actress Lucy
He directed Bill Murray in “Moonrise Kingdom” “The Grand Budapest Hotel” and “Isle of Dogs”: 2 wds.
Airlines’ primary airports
Have a bad feeling in the ___ of your stomach
Very tall monster
Sly ___ fox: 2 wds.
Hall of Fame quarterback Marino
Big-time celebrity: Abbr.
He directed Leonardo DiCaprio in “The Departed” “Shutter Island” and “The Wolf of Wall Street”: 2 wds.
Witch’s evil curse
A thousand thousand for short
___ ball (white item on a pool table)
He directed Michael B. Jordan in “Fruitvale Station” “Creed” and “Black Panther”: 2 wds.
Stuff at a gallery
Slimy vegetable used in gumbo
Had the nerve (to)
Blurb about an author for short
Country that surrounds Vatican City
___ Diego California
Takes the sum of
“Parsley sage rosemary and ___” (Simon & Garfunkel lyric)
Extravagant high school graduation present
Cheer shouted at a Spanish soccer match
___ and downs
Uses a colander or sieve
Hurl insults at
Fluid inside a battery
2014 Rosamund Pike thriller: 2 wds.
Oklahoma city where Oral Roberts University is
French ___ soup
___ Vernon (George Washington’s home)
Popular brand of foundation garments
Tears with one’s hands
Black Forest ___ (sandwich option at Subway)
Its capital is Washington DC: Abbr.
Where you might order a beer on draft
Pepsi Zero Sugar for one: 2 wds.
Letter that isn’t a consonant
Every now and ___ (occasionally)
Mountain lions by another name
Relative of goth rock
Rocky Mountain ___ (animal with antlers)
Many native Saudis
Country that’s south of Turkey
Used as a chair: 2 wds.
Removed the centers of as apples
“Star Trek II: The ___ of Khan”
Gave the thumbs-up to
Make changes to before printing
“Ice Age” voice actor Romano
Freddy Krueger’s street in a horror franchise
Hide the gray perhaps