two-word phrases begin with P and C, respectively --- making this the most PC puzzle ever made. GOOD ONES: Unlike cons
PROS [debaters, that is] Lady's man
LORD Zoo channel
MOAT [I thought APL, etc.] Solo product
PLASTICCUP [I thought "aria," etc.] Civic border?
CEE ["civic" has 2 c's] It might be a stretch
LIMO [not the truth, etc.] Head of the world?
POLARCAP Steed who could read
MRED [liked the rhyme] BTW: NLERS
exists only in Xwords. ESPOSA
is not used in our language. Not let get away
GOAFTER [in some stretched sense, but the two notions are quite different --- e.g. "I GO AFTER lots of women but they all seem to GET AWAY."]
Vic DAMONE likely had the best voice of any other male pop singer. I wonder how he would do on American Idol --- probably wouldn't make the cut. Sad to think that there is hardly a market today for so beautiful and rich voice.
Don and Barbie gave us a good mix of pop and classic culture, and you can count on Don to give a Shakespearean reference --- must've been an English teacher.
Three grins = Loved it; Two grins = Enjoyed it; One grin = A bit bland for my taste; One teardrop = Not much fun