TGIF is an answer for the NYT Crossword puzzle. Here you can get the history and usage for TGIF in NYT Crossword from 1994.

This "TGIF" answer was first appeared in "1 Oct 1994" NYT Crossword for the hint of "Crusoe’s favorite expression?". It was authored by Bob Klahn. Recently, the "TGIF" answer has been used for "28 Nov 2023" NYT Crossword for the hint of "What you might say as you crack open a beer". It was authored by Gia Bosko. In the NYT Crossword, this answer has been used most frequently for the hint: "End-of-week cry (9)". "TGIF" appeared 90 times in Shortz Era puzzles. So lets take a look for clue and answer history of "TGIF" word.

Date Grid Clue Author
28 Nov 2023 56D What you might say as you crack open a beer Gia Bosko
7 Sep 2023 60D “Goodbye, workweek!” Ryan Patrick Smith
31 Aug 2023 66A Worker’s cry of relief Freddie Cheng
30 Aug 2023 22A “___, I guess. At least the week’s over.” Alex Eaton-Salners
10 Jan 2023 10A “Woo-hoo! The weekend’s here!” Emily Rourke
1 Jan 2023 80D “Weekend, here I come!” Adam Wagner, Michael Lieberman and Rafael Musa
5 Jun 2022 109D “Here I come, weekend!” Christina Iverson and Katie Hale
16 May 2022 39A “Yay! Tomorrow’s Saturday!” Lynn Lempel
23 Apr 2022 8A Freedom cry, for some Matthew Stock
22 Feb 2022 12D “The weekend’s almost here, yay!” Jacob McDermott
21 Jan 2022 43D “Let’s weekend!” Kyle Dolan
12 Jan 2022 31A Pre-weekend outburst Adam Aaronson
6 Jan 2022 54D End-of-week exclamation Andrew Linzer
26 Oct 2021 40D End-of-the-week shout Michael Schlossberg
1 Aug 2021 79D “Weekend, here I come!” Matthew Stock
4 Jul 2021 73A Apt anagram of GIFT Howard Barkin
13 Jun 2021 89A Title letters chanted in a 2011 Katy Perry hit Stephen McCarthy
5 Feb 2021 53D Inits. one might hear at the office Erik Agard
13 Dec 2020 7D Popular ABC programming block of the ’90s Dan Margolis
20 Nov 2020 14D Weekend warrior’s cry Kameron Austin Collins
7 Oct 2020 1D “The freakin’ weekend is here!” Ross Trudeau
23 Feb 2020 66D End-of-the-week expression Sophia and David Maymudes
26 Dec 2019 58D “What a long week!” Trenton Charlson
21 May 2019 1D End-of-the-week cheer Evan Kalish
17 Apr 2019 43A “Eight more hours and I’m outta here!” Alison Ohringer and Erik Agard
8 Mar 2019 47D Office letters that bring happiness? David Steinberg
24 Jan 2019 58D Cry after a hectic week Stu Ockman
29 Dec 2018 1D Exclamation from a weary employee Robyn Weintraub
14 Oct 2018 15A End-of-week cry Ross Trudeau
6 May 2018 86D Cry at a happy hour, maybe Brendan Emmett Quigley
10 Sep 2017 20D Cry to kick off the weekend Brendan Emmett Quigley
22 Aug 2017 10A Shout after a stressful week Timothy Polin
28 Jan 2017 43A A cry of relief Damon Gulczynski
3 Jul 2016 50D “Glad the week’s almost over!” Samuel A. Donaldson
4 May 2016 9D Happy end-of-week cry Jacob Stulberg
9 Mar 2015 60D End-of-the-week whoop Debbie Ellerin
4 Feb 2015 32A Desk jockey’s happy yell Julian Lim
5 Jan 2015 57D “Woo-hoo! The weekend’s almost here!” John Guzzetta
27 Dec 2014 36D Office whoop David Phillips
23 Dec 2014 34D Weekly “Whew!” Bruce Haight
19 May 2014 42D End-of-week cry Michael Hawkins
7 Jan 2014 29D End-of-week cry Mark Bickham
26 May 2013 66D Worker’s weekend whoop Joon Pahk and Jeremy Horwitz
1 Apr 2013 34D End-of-workweek cry Gary J. Whitehead
25 Sep 2012 52D “Whew! What a long week!” Ian Livengood
16 Jul 2012 38A Ready-for-the-weekend cry Randall J. Hartman
19 Jul 2011 55A End-of-week cry Mark Feldman
1 May 2011 108D Late-week cry Xan Vongsathorn
18 Jun 2010 52D Office workers’ letters Karen M. Tracey
23 Mar 2010 23D Letters said with a shout Kurt Krauss
12 Nov 2008 10A Happy hour shout Peter A. Collins
20 Aug 2008 12D End-of-workweek cry Allan E. Parrish
28 Dec 2007 19A “I’m ready for the weekend!” John Farmer
6 Nov 2007 36D End-of-workweek cry John Underwood
27 Sep 2007 51A Weary worker’s cry Peter Wentz
24 Jul 2007 12D Happy hour cry Bruce Adams
21 Dec 2006 54D Cry of joy Lynn Lempel
13 Sep 2006 59D End-of-the-week cheer Lee Glickstein and Nancy Salomon
16 Nov 2005 7D Abbreviation said with a “Whew!” Philip Thomson
19 Sep 2005 1A “Whew! The workweek’s almost over!” Timothy Powell
23 May 2005 35A End-of-week cry Robert Dillman
7 Mar 2005 28D End-of-week cry Christina Houlihan Kelly
10 Feb 2005 61D Office cry Frank Longo
9 Dec 2004 48D Worker’s shout Paula Gamache
21 Jun 2004 1A End-of-week cry Craig Kasper
30 Apr 2004 15D Exclamation around a water cooler Kevin Hagen
8 Apr 2004 26A Comment by the work-weary Elizabeth C. Gorski
4 Apr 2004 7A Cry of relief Manny Nosowsky
22 Jan 2004 10D Weekend-starting cry Roy Leban
5 Dec 2003 1D Cry before you’re off, perhaps Robert H. Wolfe
10 Jul 2003 57D Letters of relief Michael Shteyman
9 Jul 2003 41A End-of-the-week cry Patrick Merrell
25 Jan 2003 57D Letters exchanged by employees? Patrick Berry
24 Dec 2002 10A End-of-week cry Nancy Salomon and Harvey Estes
4 Mar 2002 56A End-of-the-week cry Randall J. Hartman
20 Aug 2001 49D Cry at the end of a workweek Sherry O. Blackard
4 Jun 2000 1D Work week whoop Martin Schneider
13 Feb 2000 46D Weekly cry Bill Zais
9 Feb 2000 30D Cry of relief Charles E. Gersch
20 Mar 1999 52A Letters for nine-to-fivers Chuck Deodene
9 Mar 1999 10A Weary workers’ exclamation Harvey Estes and Nancy Salomon
21 Jan 1999 51D Work-weary exclamation Randolph Ross
8 Dec 1998 35D End-of-week cry Frances Hansen
4 Jan 1998 113D Pre-weekend cry Mark Danna
30 Oct 1997 47D Weekly “Whew!” Cathy Millhauser
18 Oct 1997 5D Expression of relief Rich Norris
24 Aug 1997 17D Letters of rejoicing Michael S. Maurer
18 Jul 1997 58D Appropriate cry for Crusoe? Martin Ashwood-Smith
22 Dec 1994 52D End-of-week exclamation Stanley Newman
1 Oct 1994 5D Crusoe’s favorite expression? Bob Klahn

Here you get TGIF answered all clues with dates, Grid, and Author info. If TGIF will be used in a new NYT Crossword, that will be updated here.

Leave a Comment