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You Win Some, You Lose Some

· By Brian Callahan · Published 2023-03-08T23:26:15.973Z

Constructor's Note
This one might be a bit pop culture/trivia heavy for some. Hope you enjoy!
Thanks for solving! A full archive of my puzzles can be found at OlioGrids.com or at crosshare.org/oliogrids.
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  • Jon 1:52 · 2023-03-09T02:36:29.092Z
    Nice.
    • michaelm 🤓2:48 · 2023-03-09T03:42:11.255Z
      Two Simpson classics. Thanks for the memories!
      • Sarah Raizel Avalis 3:15 · 2023-03-09T13:30:42.508Z
        loved 1A & 1D!
        • Jack 🤓1:13 · 2023-03-09T14:33:25.583Z
          nice one!
          • Tony H 🤓42s · 2023-03-09T14:51:11.602Z
            I don't play dis. (Although clearly, I did. :) )
            • Toomtam Mario 1:47 · 2023-04-28T09:24:20.391Z
              I win 1-Across & 1-Down, and I lose trivias XD
              1A
              Winner
              1
              2
              3
              4
              5
              6
              7
              8
              9
              Across
              1. 1A
                Winner
              2. 6A
                "_____ at Bat" (Classic Simpsons episode featuring Roger Clemens, Wade Boggs, Ken Griffey Jr., Steve Sax, Ozzie Smith, José Canseco, Don Mattingly and his sideburns, Darryl Strawberry and Mike Scioscia as ringers on the Springfield Power Plant softball team)
              3. 7A
                Terse ending to an awkward encounter
              4. 8A
                "Flowers" singer Cyrus
              5. 9A
                Earls, and others
              Down
              1. 1D
                Loser
              2. 2D
                "_____ the Clown" (Classic Simpsons episode that gets its name from an "In Living Color" sketch)
              3. 3D
                Go slow
              4. 4D
                Author Stephenie whose works are the genesis of "Team Edward" and "Team Jacob" debates and merchandise
              5. 5D
                Takes advantage of, with "on"
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