Wordy Wednesday 121: Hex Pathfinder 4 & Wordy Wednesday 122: Charadagrams 2

FRAMELINKS 4 (answer)
It's been two weeks, so time to unveil the answer to this puzzle. If you still wish to solve it yourself, please go here for the normal version of the puzzle, or here for the easier version of the puzzle. Here's a list of people who solved it:
Edderiofer He **
Giovanni Pagano **
Jack Bross **
Adam Weaver **
Anthony Bailey **
Bryce Herdt **
Ryan Faley **
Sam Levitin *
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PENT WORDS 24 (hint)
As of this writing, 8 people have solved last week's puzzle. Haven't solved it yet? Here's an easier version. Send your answers to glmathgrant[at]gmail[dot]com within the next week to appear on the solvers list and be recognized for your puzzle prowess. Good luck, solvers!

In this puzzle, each answer starts in the correspondingly numbered hexagon and winds through the grid, starting in the indicated direction. When you have finished, every letter will be used in exactly two entries.
Rearrange the letters in the shaded spaces to get the final answer, a 7-letter word.
1E Adorable (4)
1E ____ board (kitchen item) (7)
2W Like some long routes (6)
2SE Aching (4)
3NE Set on fire (6)
4SW Most agreeable (6)
5E Place to learn karate (4)
6E Stewie’s father (5)
7NW She played Clarice Starling in The Silence of the Lambs (11, 2 wds.)
8SW Horror-inducing (7)
9SW Controversial topic which is unpleasant to deal with (9, 2 wds.)
10W 2016 film about a terrier named Max (19, 5 wds.)
11W Brita product (11, 2 wds.)
11SE Clever (5)
12SW Not required (8)
13NE Brent Spiner role (4)
13SE Finger or toe, for one (5)
14NE Become manifest (6)
15NW Television accessory (6)
16NW Musical featuring the song "C'est Moi" (7)
17E Small child (4)
18W San Diego Comic-Con attendee, often (4)
19SE Consumer advocate Ralph (5)
20NE Not blind (7)
21W Excite (6)
22E Certain keyboard instrument (5)
23W Clown’s venue, perhaps (5)
24SW Kool & The ____ (4)
25SE Dealey Plaza’s city (6)
26NE 2008 Batman portrayer (13, 2 wds.)
27SE Certain rodent (6)
28E Layered pasta (7)
29NW Ten-____ hat (6)
30NE 2006 Jack Black film (10, 2 wds.)

This puzzle was written for patron Jack Bross, who supports me at the $5+ level on Patreon and is therefore entitled to one bonus puzzle every month. One solver of this bonus puzzle is randomly picked to suggest one word or phrase for me to incorporate into a puzzle. His August 2016 suggestion is used here.
When the answers to the PARTS clues are anagrammed and then assembled, they form the answers to the WHOLES clues. For example, if three of the PARTS clues are “Forearm bone”, “Holy item associated with a saint”, and “Telepathy and such”, and a WHOLES clue is “Event in which the Earth casts a shadow”, then the answers ULNA, RELIC, and ESP can be anagrammed and assembled into LUNA/R ECLI/PSE. PARTS clues are in alphabetical order by their answers; WHOLES clues are in no particular order, and you must determine which answer goes in which row of blanks. The letters in the shaded squares, reading down, will form two words that can be anagrammed and assembled into the final answer, the title of a television series.
* Pugilist Muhammad
* Bird that never seems to show up outside of crosswords
* ____ and crafts
* Books employed by the police
* Certain undergarment
* Walking stick
* “I ____ tell a lie. . .”
* Confident
* Parts of an eye
* Astronomer Hubble
* Made a mistake
* Wi-Fi alternative
* “That really grinds my ____!”
* Hair on an eyelid
* Dirty
* Toss in a high arc
* Former football coach John
* Resource in Magic: the Gathering
* Made a new parent’s decision, perhaps
* Singer Yoko
* Place for a recovering alcoholic
* Part of an eye
* Caught with a lasso
* Snares
* ____ Kids (2001 movie)
* ____ in the mud
* Some feds: hyph.
* Snare
* “Smoke on the ____” (Deep Purple song)
* Greeted with a gesture, perhaps
* Scream

* 1937 Astaire/Rogers film
* 2016 farming simulation game
* Animated film about emigrant mice
* Famous Joplin work
* Jonathan Coulton song about a famous fractal
* Neil Diamond song famously covered by UB40
* NRA member’s concern
* Portrayer of a certain sci-fi captain
* Small, cheap restaurant
* Title role for Arnold Schwarzenegger
* What a sphygmomanometer measures

* What's a 9-letter word for "1960 title role for Kirk Douglas"?
* Patreon supporters at the $5+ level will get Patron Puzzle #16, a pair of Codewords.

Until next time, yappy solving!

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