BuzzFeed Crossword Puzzle Answers for January 15, 2016

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'Glee' gym teacher Sylvester View Answer
'Him' in French or Italian or... umm...'to rent' in Esperanto View Answer
'I Am ___' (documentary series whose 2015 premiere included a visit from Kimye) View Answer
'I'm trying to watch 'The Force Awakens' here, shut up!' View Answer
'Master Melvin' who led the Giants in homers every year from 1928 to 1945 View Answer
'THAT MARC MARON PODCAST IS TOTAL BS' View Answer
'That's kinda funny' View Answer
'There was no other choice!' View Answer
'You' in Rick's reminiscence 'I remember every detail. The Germans wore gray, you wore blue.' View Answer
Actor whose role as First Scalped Nazi in 'Inglourious Basterds' might have had something to do with being in the director's family View Answer
Alternative to a sequel or an adaption, in Hollywood regurgitation View Answer
Animal subject to much early American trapping View Answer
Announcer Bob whom Johnny Carson called 'Mr. Baseball' View Answer
Any of three who prophesy Macbeth becoming king, e.g View Answer
Australian boot style purportedly responsible for an 80% jump in sheepskin's price from 2010 to 2012 View Answer
Bills rarely passed? View Answer
Bit player whose casting as Dr. Hill in 'The Sixth Sense' was hardly a surprise twist since he was pretty much always on the set View Answer
Boat propeller, perhaps View Answer
Body of water that sounds like a bestie View Answer
Brandon Stanton's blog featuring photos and stories about the people of the Big Apple, informally View Answer
Bread used by a U.K. Pizza Hut during 2015's National Curry Week (alongside mini papadums, chutney, and raita) View Answer
Butterfield who took on the title role in 'Hugo' and 'Ender's Game' View Answer
Canonical exclamation of dismay for Charlie Brown View Answer
Company behind 'Asteroids,' 'Centipede,' 'Gauntlet,' 'Missile Command,' 'Pong,' and 'E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial' (they can't all be winners) View Answer
Confusing first baseman of fiction View Answer
Cranky oldsters View Answer
Dir. from Intercourse, Alabama, to Climax, Georgia View Answer
Early union alliance headed by Samuel Gompers for most of their 70 years View Answer
Elgort of 'The Fault In Our Stars' View Answer
Film speed abbr View Answer
Genre for most 'SNL' sketches View Answer
Gets into, as a weird hobby, like pannapictagraphy, philately, or plangonology View Answer
Gillette ___ II (two-blade razor parodied on SNL's debut episode) View Answer
Global warfare buzzword View Answer
Goodman who serves as head judge on both 'Dancing With the Stars' and its fancy U.K. counterpart, 'Strictly Come Dancing' View Answer
Graders, lecturers, and/or question-answering pros View Answer
Great grade for an assignment you crammed for View Answer
Group of South Pacific islands that includes Micronesia and Polynesia View Answer
Guy who probably got the part as Man With Knife in 'Chinatown' because he'd known the director since birth View Answer
Indian-born Music Director for Life (since 1981) of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra View Answer
Input your username and password View Answer
Insect that emerges for a few weeks every 13 or 17 years to mate and make obnoxious-ass noise all the damn time View Answer
Kylo of 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens', who kills [REDACTED] (who is his [REDACTED]) View Answer
Largest member of the grass family View Answer
Member of a short-lived and inconsequential rebellion, usually View Answer
Microsoft FPS videogame series centered on Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy John-117 View Answer
Network that could've had 'Firefly' and 'Malcolm in the Middle' and did have 'Love Boat: The Next Wave' and 'Shasta McNasty' View Answer
Old-timey curse I imagine was an edit of 'Oh God!' View Answer
Open-ish, as a door View Answer
Org. that was the 1967-76 home to the Nets, Nuggets, Pacers, and Spurs View Answer
Phrase yelled at Howie Mandel thousands of times from 2005 to 2010 View Answer
Physician Haing whose performance in 'The Killing Fields' led to him becoming one of two nonprofessional actors to win an Oscar for acting View Answer
Pope Francis's birthplace: Abbr View Answer
Portrayer of Man Outside Real Estate Office in 'Psycho' who regularly spent nights in the director's bed View Answer
Quantity of bricks that one may be metaphorically hit by View Answer
Sean who voiced Samwise Gamgee in 'Lego Lord of the Rings' (and some bigger releases too) View Answer
See-through fossilized tree resin that like all the popular girls from the '90s were named after View Answer
Serve that isn't sent back View Answer
Short lines at the checkout counter? View Answer
Sit in the water View Answer
State with a lot of MLB spring training View Answer
Stereotypical facial hair for '70s pornstars, informally View Answer
Stereotypical facial hair for devilish characters View Answer
Super Bowl-winning #1 overall draft pick quarterback Manning who fits in this entry View Answer
Thespian whose gig as Bennett in 'The Fog' likely came thanks to years of living at the same address as the director View Answer
Thrice Emmy-nominated not-exactly-normal-dad role for Bryan Cranston View Answer
Van Halen song that seems to have a lot more to do with cars than Central America View Answer
What you are if you 70-Across View Answer
Where 'Sesame Street' begins airing this year View Answer
World capital whose name comes from Arabic for 'the conqueror' View Answer
Yesterday, impossibly View Answer
Zora ___ Hurston, 'Their Eyes Were Watching God' author whose Barnard years included work with anthropologists Margaret Mead & Franz Boas View Answer
___ Balls (coconutty snacks) View Answer

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