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26th Sep '16 2:02:43 PM DuckDuckNoose
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* Kyle (very accurately) comparing Shakespeare's AuthorFilibuster in ''{{Theatre/Hamlet}}'' about bad acting to subtweeting.

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* Kyle (very accurately) comparing Shakespeare's AuthorFilibuster in ''{{Theatre/Hamlet}}'' about bad acting to subtweeting.subtweeting, complete with a passage that seems to directly call Will Kemp out for showboating and upstaging other players in his clowning, as well as offending the nobility with his coarse ad-libs for the groundlings.
* '''[[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons NOTE: Falstaff Died On the Way Back to His Home Planet]]'''
26th Sep '16 1:53:40 PM DuckDuckNoose
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* Kyle refers to the sprawling "Henriad" as the small and anonymous folio ''The Famous Victories of Henry the Fifth'', but "rebooted" by Shakespeare "as a multi-part, gritty franchise property -- the Henry the Fifth Theatrical Universe, if you will".
-->''(Musical sting from'' The Avengers ''as the plays are laid out in a graphic like the Marvel Cinematic timeline, complete with thematically appropriate title fonts)''[[note]]''The Merry Wives of Windsor'', the most comic of the bunch, gets the ''Guardians of the Galaxy'' font, for example.[[/note]]\\
'''Kyle:''' Yeah -- the more things change...
26th Sep '16 12:21:01 PM rafi
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* They talk about how influential [[Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast both]] [[Film/BeautyAndTheBeast1946 versions]] were. And how if you think about it's an inherently messed up story about a woman choosing between two monstrous men ([[HotGuysAreBastards Gaston]] and [[TrueBeautyIsOnTheInside the Beast]]), only to realize if ''Literature/BeautyAndTheBeast'' never existed, ''Literature/{{Twilight}}'' probably would have never happened. Cue SJWAC's HeroicBSOD.

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* They talk about how influential [[Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast both]] [[Film/BeautyAndTheBeast1946 versions]] were. And how if you think about it's an inherently messed up story about a woman choosing between two monstrous men ([[HotGuysAreBastards ([[BeautyIsBad Gaston]] and [[TrueBeautyIsOnTheInside the Beast]]), only to realize if ''Literature/BeautyAndTheBeast'' never existed, ''Literature/{{Twilight}}'' probably would have never happened. Cue SJWAC's HeroicBSOD.
26th Sep '16 9:33:35 AM AdelePotter
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* Kyle (very accurately) comparing Shakespeare's AuthorFilibuster in ''{{Theatre/Hamlet}'' about bad acting to subtweeting.

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* Kyle (very accurately) comparing Shakespeare's AuthorFilibuster in ''{{Theatre/Hamlet}'' ''{{Theatre/Hamlet}}'' about bad acting to subtweeting.
26th Sep '16 9:31:42 AM AdelePotter
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[[folder: Chimes at Midnight - The Creation of an Accidental Tragedy]]
* ♫ ♪ "Guess who he didn't mention~?" ♫ ♪
* Kyle (very accurately) comparing Shakespeare's AuthorFilibuster in ''{{Theatre/Hamlet}'' about bad acting to subtweeting.
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24th Sep '16 10:27:49 AM Rubiland
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23rd Sep '16 11:40:07 AM eleanorofaquitaine
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[[folder: Jiri Trnka's A Midsummer Night's Dream]]
* When Kyle needs help pronouncing Trnka's name, he reverses the translator gag from his "Throne of Blood" review by having the device pronounce Trnka's name correctly. In response, he says "Jersey Turnpike!"
21st Sep '16 11:53:13 AM silverman2020
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-->'''Kyle:''' This pairing. This is like [=McDonald's=] serving kale shakes. This is like the Arc Music Factory signing Music/{{Radiohead}}. Imagine turning on your TV and seeing "Tonight, on ''Series/2BrokeGirls'', the girls get a visit from Serbian grandmother of performance art, Marina Abramovic!"

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-->'''Kyle:''' This pairing. This is like [=McDonald's=] serving kale shakes. This is like the Arc Music Factory signing Music/{{Radiohead}}. Imagine turning on your TV and seeing "Tonight, on ''Series/2BrokeGirls'', the [[Series/2BrokeGirls 2 Broke Girls]] ,the girls get a visit from Serbian grandmother of performance art, Marina Abramovic!"
14th Sep '16 10:57:32 PM Malitia
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** Not likely though as ''dasein'' is a perfectly valid German word meaning "to be there" ('da' -> 'there' and 'sein' -> 'to be'). Also word beginning "s" is pronounced "z" in German, which helpful when you need to interpret compound words... also nobody ever puts the "the" (der, die, das) in a compound word because it changes with grammatical [[http://data.whicdn.com/images/25757788/large.jpg gender and case]] (den, dem, des...).
14th Sep '16 10:16:04 PM Victormikeactual
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** Possibly GeniusBonus as ''dasein'', or rather ''das ein'', can be translated into ''The One'', ergo ''[[Characters/SkyrimMainCharacters The One They Fear]]''.
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