Fun word-play-y theme today, with old song titles turned into funny answers. For example, my favorite, ICITETHEWRONGS (23A: Traffic cop's answer upon being asked "Describe your job"? ). Frannie knew more of the songs than I did, but still, it was fun. My second favorite was YOURHEATINCHART (108A: Data request from a good ol' furnace repairman? ).
Interesting clue for ATEASE (40A: Chilling). I might have preferred "chillin'," but really, the G is fine, and better, really, because it makes it harder. And maybe 75A: Stressed (TENSE) could have been something like "Not so chill," but really, I don't know why I'm obsessing over this. Let's move on. APIAN (3D: Generating some buzz?) was fun. The clue for ATILLA (16D: Supposed ancestor of Dracula) was interesting. And I liked the novel clues for EGRET (46D: Marsh hunter), and NAVE (73D: Mass gathering site).
Funny that our new knowledge of the existence of DRU (94A: R&B's ____ Hill) came in handy so soon! Didn't we just learn that a day or two ago? And before that I'd never heard of it. Ever.
I don't particularly like AGREERS (106A: Yes-men) nor NONWORD (60D: "Truthiness," e.g., before Stephen Colbert), even though the clue mentions a favorite comedian. And I have a beef with SEPIAS (131A: Some Civil War shots), because I don't believe that sepia toning was yet in use during the 1860s. Most Civil War photographs were probably either Ambrotypes, which were printed on glass and not toned, or tin-types, which were also not toned. Wikipedia seems to agree with me, claiming that sepia toning was introduced in the 1880s. Hmpf.
Still, though, a decent enough Sunday.