Finished a little fast for a Saturday, perhaps, but this was a decent, interesting grid. Some nice, contemporary fill like, HUGITOUT (40A: Resolve a bromance spat, say), NUFFSAID (32A: "No need to go on"), and PIECEOFWORK (10D: Difficult sort). We would have preferred "Cut class" to SKIPCLASS (64A: Emulate Ferris Bueller), but we still like the Bueller reference.
Our friend Huygens has expressed the opinion that the NYT puzzle is often a little racy, and he shouldn't be disappointed today with SEXTED (23A: Turned on a friend, maybe?) (!), and GSPOT (46D: Sensitive subject?) (and SHAG, if you ignore the clue).
Enjoyed STARKLY (37A: Without embellishment) and PASSE (10A: Out). Had "Le Car" at first where PINTO (58A: 1970s subcompact) belonged (OK, maybe the Le Car was more an '80s thing), and "corpse" went in first instead of the less grotesque CORDON (42A: Crime scene sight).
Some tired crossword standbys made appearances today, too, like SERE, APER, ALOES, and my least favorite today, EERS.
INALL, we enjoyed it, but we expect to be challenged a little more on a Saturday. Now what am I going to do with the rest of the morning? Chores?!