Blah. Impressive, I guess, that he crammed so much into this one, but the result was not very satisfying. TRINARY? (23A: Three-part), SIEUR (16D: French lord) (Sure, it's a word (think of "monsieur"), but it's none too common in French or English!), TENAM (98D: Late office opening, say) (really?), HIRER, MALABAR, HOO, ANERA, ASSYRO... and the center block isn't even solid enough to require one solution. I, of course, picked the wrong one first.
Nice nod to Father's Day with 46D: June honoree (DAD). They spend three entire puzzles on Mother's Day, and Father's Day gets one three-letter answer in a puzzle crammed to the teeth with crosswordese. Or should I say crosswordeez, or crosswordeze, or xwrdeze? You can say anything you want in a crossword puzzle, apparently.
But there's no sense ARGUING (96D: At it). I get what I get, and I don't get upset. Or I do. What difference does it make?