intrusive U in phrases GOOD ONES: Soda fountain?
SWEET SPOUT [sweet spot] One hyping the spud industry?
TATER TOUT [Tater Tot frozen food] Court case involving a Brit. tennis player and a rake?
ROUE V WADE [Roe v. Wade (Virginia)] High crime, briefly
DUI [I imagine it is, both ways] Big bang material
TNT [note lower case B; and like God, Big Bang is capitalized. Wonder what Big Bang material would be.] Gets in on the deal
ANTES Neon borders?
ENS [neon has two N's] It may be bid
ADIEU ["as we bid a fond adieu to the charming Parisians"] Clerical worker
PRIEST End-of-the line item
LURE [fishing line, that is] BTW: Emotional
wounds TRAUMA [needs "at times" since most traumas are physical --- but don't tell your Psych professor. Or just eliminate "emotional."]
Homer, for one TOON [doesn't this need "character" since TOON refers to the cartoon's name: "The Simpsons"?]
Filled (in) CLUED [odd that in Xwords we fill in the answers, not the clues]
Little, in Lille PEU
[exactly, but not in London. I say peuw!]
Three grins = Loved it; Two grins = Enjoyed it; One grin = A bit bland for my taste; One teardrop = Not much fun