I have to tee up this review before it gets any later! Today's theme is more about the clues than the answers: every clue ends with a "t" or TEE, which is revealed at 59D - no mean feat, if you ask me. Each word in the four theme answers also ends with a T (SATBOLTUPRIGHT, for example) and those are the only t's in the grid. It is nice that the fourth and final theme answer, LASTBUTNOTLEAST, was apt. Apt!
My FWOE came at the RBG/BPOE cross, much to Horace's dismay; he's a big RBG fan. I don't know why I didn't think of her. I blame the use of the full Org. with a Grand Esteemed Loyal Knight acronym (BPOE) where I wanted the familiar Elks.
In the fill I enjoyed APOGEE, DOORNAIL, and AGUE. There were also some fun clues:
64A. Fashion magazine that can be read from back to front? (ELLE)
44D. Gets the lead out (ERASES)
52D. Tidal retreat (EBB)
I put forward for your consideration 11D. "The Story of ___" (1975 film by Truffaut) (ADELEH), 21D. "Chacun ___ son goût" (ASON), and 45D . Doors, in Brest (PORTES) as a mini French theme. Moins à mon goût, if I may, there was perhaps also a mini baseball theme, with three answers all grouped up in center field: 23D. Ballplayer Rich who started and ended his 15-year career as a Giant (AURILIA), 25D. Pitcher's asset (ARM), and 28 Retouches after a fly ball is caught (TAGSUP).
ANSARI to say it, but there were a few answers that were not my cup of tee, if you will:
62A. Psychoanalysis appt. (SESS)
4D. Like something that can be closed tight (SEALABLE)
7D. Suffix with president (IAL)
That's all FOLKS.