Your 'Best' Interests

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Can you name the words, phrases or titles that contain 'best'?

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A gender-neutral term for this ceremonial role is 'honor attendant'
Recent examples include 'The Help' by K. Stockett and 'Steve Jobs' by W. Isaacson
'BFFAW' is a hypothetical Internet acronym for the non-committal. What might it stand for?
A not-so-humble album title by Tina Turner or Art Garfunkel, among others
An organizational buzz-phrase for superior methods or techniques
A retail chain, and ''s showroom', according to some business pundits
The Beatles' original drummer (or a toddler's declaration of his favorite saint)
This famous TV comedy, set in the US Midwest, began in radio in 1949
A 'chief assistant' position in a film crew (sounds like the subject of the first clue would be too old to qualify...)
What you wear to church on the weekend
A large hotel chain
A 2000 comedy film, with Eugene Levy, Catherine O'Hara, and dogs
A subsidiary of Starbucks (shouldn't it have been the hangout on 'Frasier'?)
The option with the most likely and favorable outcome (at the casino or otherwise)
A common sartorial list
The famous sentence that begins Charles Dickens' 'A Tale of Two Cities'
Dolly Parton and Burt Reynolds star in this raunchy-sounding 1982 film, based on a musical set in the Lone Star State
A Wisconsin city's premiere beer? We doubt it
The ideal specimen of its type at a dog show, or anywhere else
Pat Benatar wants you to do this to her, in her 1979 song
Impress us—put this forward
'Sporcle quizzes don't cost a cent.' To which you reply with this aphorism (aphorism: 'an original thought, spoken or written in a laconic and easily memorable form'):
One of many friendly replies to 'Goodbye!'

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