And it's not the error you might think. For some reason I thought that 22A: Kings and Queens could reasonably be answered BEeS, ignoring the well-known lack of male royalty in the apiary. I remembered thinking that AGEe was a peculiar answer for 12D: Put in extra time?, but I left it for later, only not to get back to it at any time until I'd finished the puzzle. Ah, well.
So, it's an infamous quote puzzle. I tend not to like these themes, in that there's no entry until the quote becomes apparent, at which time it's just filling in. It can be particularly annoying because sections no longer connect with each other, and each section becomes a mini-puzzle. That being said, an Ogden Nash quotation is always welcome, and this one is a classic. The clue makes it clear that there's going to be at least one square with punctuation in it, but I wasn't sure how many. The dash fit well with SEA-DOO, so that was clever.
Difficulties abounded at the outset: I put in "shhhh" and then "shush" for 1D (CANIT), so the opening of the quote was obscured. 23A: Shade from the sun (TAN) is brilliant, and was not seen by me until after the puzzle was finished. I wanted "hat" at first. I also like the clue for 15A: Hardly fair (UGLY).
Other nice words in the puzzle include EUCHRE, SLOVENLY, and TYPESET. 33D: Leading folk figure (PIEDPIPER) is quite nice. And there's also the timely HAIL MARYS.
I don't love ESTOP or AGHA, but that's about it for quibbles. I was very proud when I had _U__ at 61A: (Sussex river where Virginia Woolf tragically ended her life) to pull OUSE out.