History Funny / SlingsAndArrows

21st Jun '16 7:18:18 AM 06tele
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* Just the fact that Oliver is knocked down and killed by a [[LargeHam ham]] truck is GallowsHumour at its finest.
1st Apr '16 2:20:46 AM Morgenthaler
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* Geoffrey and his attempt to encourage the insufferable Darren Nichols to put the life back into his [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U-b4gxIoHYY&feature=related "dull, anti-romantic, vaguely condescending"]] production of ''RomeoAndJuliet''. "Go- go break your legs!"
* In the first episode of season 2, episode 1, when Geoffrey is telling Ellen that theyíll be producing Macbeth instead of AntonyAndCleopatra:

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* Geoffrey and his attempt to encourage the insufferable Darren Nichols to put the life back into his [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U-b4gxIoHYY&feature=related "dull, anti-romantic, vaguely condescending"]] production of ''RomeoAndJuliet''.''Theatre/RomeoAndJuliet''. "Go- go break your legs!"
* In the first episode of season 2, episode 1, when Geoffrey is telling Ellen that theyíll be producing Macbeth instead of AntonyAndCleopatra:Theatre/AntonyAndCleopatra:
19th Nov '12 4:02:17 PM AFallenPieceOfPaper
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* Nearly any scene with [[TrueArtIsIncomprehensible Darren Nichols]], although [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=axD-nU9QNzs the duel]] and [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pBdhWebZQX0 "No horses, no fire, no flinging flaming horses at the audience."]] probably top out the list.
** "Do you mean... ''Macbeth?"

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* Nearly any scene with [[TrueArtIsIncomprehensible Darren Nichols]], although [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=axD-nU9QNzs the duel]] and [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pBdhWebZQX0 "No horses, no fire, no flinging flaming horses at the audience."]] probably top out the list.
** "Do you mean... ''Macbeth?"
list.
19th Nov '12 3:57:28 PM AFallenPieceOfPaper
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--> '''Cyril:''' Oh, why not? ''[Dramatically]'' It was the play that drove him m-mad!

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--> '''Cyril:''' Oh, why not? ''[Dramatically]'' It was the play that drove him m-mad!mad!
19th Nov '12 3:54:07 PM AFallenPieceOfPaper
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--> '''Oliver:''' The Scotsman is evil. Both he and Banquil encounter the witches, both their futures are foretold, but only The ''Scotsman'' goes on a killing spree.

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--> '''Oliver:''' The Scotsman is evil. Both he and Banquil Banquo encounter the witches, both their futures are foretold, but only The ''Scotsman'' goes on a killing spree.
19th Nov '12 3:52:24 PM AFallenPieceOfPaper
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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yBOI7U3FDJA Geoffrey and Darren's sword fight]]. Full stop.

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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yBOI7U3FDJA Geoffrey and Darren's sword fight]]. Full stop.
23rd Jun '12 4:11:07 AM FELH2
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---> '''Anna:''' [holding Oliver's skull] It's not that heavy at all!

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---> '''Anna:''' [holding Oliver's skull] It's not that heavy at all! all!



-->'''Darren''': I must say, I've fallen in love with the musical genre. It's the art form of the common man. If you want to communicate something to the proletariat, cover it in sequins and make it sing. It's noisy, vulgar and utterly meaningless. I love it.

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-->'''Darren''': I must say, I've fallen in love with the musical genre. It's the art form of the common man. If you want to communicate something to the proletariat, cover it in sequins and make it sing. It's noisy, vulgar and utterly meaningless. I love it.



---> '''Richard:''' ''Darren'', everyone cries when they're stabbed! There's no shame in that!

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---> '''Richard:''' ''Darren'', everyone cries when they're stabbed! There's no shame in that! that!



* Geoffrey and his attempt to encourage the insufferable Darren Nichols to put the life back into his [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U-b4gxIoHYY&feature=related "dull, anti-romantic, vaguely condescending"]] production of ''RomeoAndJuliet''. "Go- go break your legs!"

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* Geoffrey and his attempt to encourage the insufferable Darren Nichols to put the life back into his [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U-b4gxIoHYY&feature=related "dull, anti-romantic, vaguely condescending"]] production of ''RomeoAndJuliet''. "Go- go break your legs!" legs!"



--> '''Geoffrey:''' I donít ''believe'' this! Oliver Wells is ''dead''! I poured him in the river and swans ''ate'' him! What do I have to do to get this man ''OUTTA MY LIFE?!''

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--> '''Geoffrey:''' I donít ''believe'' this! Oliver Wells is ''dead''! I poured him in the river and swans ''ate'' him! What do I have to do to get this man ''OUTTA MY LIFE?!'' LIFE?!''



--> '''Geoffrey:''' Well, we are rehearsing a play called ''Mac-beeeth''. Itís gonna be a little awkward if I canít say the title characterís ''name''.

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--> '''Geoffrey:''' Well, we are rehearsing a play called ''Mac-beeeth''. Itís gonna be a little awkward if I canít say the title characterís ''name''.



--> '''Geoffrey:''' Oh I'm so sorry, Oliver, I ''forgot''- you believe in the ''curse''.

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--> '''Geoffrey:''' Oh I'm so sorry, Oliver, I ''forgot''- you believe in the ''curse''.



--> '''Geoffrey:''' No. The only thing ''cursed'' about this play is that it is ''extraordinarily'' difficult to stage effectively.

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--> '''Geoffrey:''' No. The only thing ''cursed'' about this play is that it is ''extraordinarily'' difficult to stage effectively.



--> '''Oliver:''' You're talking to a '''''ghost!''''' Wake up and smell the coffin!

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--> '''Oliver:''' You're talking to a '''''ghost!''''' Wake up and smell the coffin! coffin!



--> '''Richard:''' Itís not just ''me''. Itís our customers! They think we have gone ''crazy!''
--> '''Sanjay:''' YES! And when they think we are all crazy, that is the moment when we get to decide the new message. Thereíll be hostility- lots of hostility! Any change is resisted- because bureaucrats have a vested interest in the chaos in which they exist. [[CatchPhrase Richard Nixon said that.]] We will ''know'' this is working, when the very people who are the most invested in the old festival- people like you!- are ''burning'' with fury. ''[Grabbing Richard by his shirt]'' Címon Richard! Show me fury!

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--> '''Richard:''' Itís not just ''me''. Itís our customers! They think we have gone ''crazy!''
''crazy!''
--> '''Sanjay:''' YES! And when they think we are all crazy, that is the moment when we get to decide the new message. Thereíll be hostility- lots of hostility! Any change is resisted- because bureaucrats have a vested interest in the chaos in which they exist. [[CatchPhrase Richard Nixon said that.]] We will ''know'' this is working, when the very people who are the most invested in the old festival- people like you!- are ''burning'' with fury. ''[Grabbing Richard by his shirt]'' Címon Richard! Show me fury! fury!



--> '''Sanjay:''' AHHH!

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--> '''Sanjay:''' AHHH! AHHH!



--> '''Oliver:''' My father was a brute. And ''absolute brute''.... That's why mother and I drank.

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--> '''Oliver:''' My father was a brute. And ''absolute brute''.... That's why mother and I drank.



--> '''Megan:''' Yeah! Have you ever heard of it?

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--> '''Megan:''' Yeah! Have you ever heard of it? it?



--> '''Megan:''' Yeah! Well, then you just play the colors you decided on!
--> '''Sophie:''' Wow. That's... so, kinda straightforward- I wish we'd known this when we started doing KingLear!

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--> '''Megan:''' Yeah! Well, then you just play the colors you decided on!
on!
--> '''Sophie:''' Wow. That's... so, kinda straightforward- I wish we'd known this when we started doing KingLear!Theatre/KingLear!



--> '''Geoffrey:''' Could I get a coffee, black?
--> '''Anna:''' Sure. Cream and sugar?

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--> '''Geoffrey:''' Could I get a coffee, black?
black?
--> '''Anna:''' Sure. Cream and sugar? sugar?



--> '''Ellen:''' You- this is some kind of... perverted, personal vendetta and I will not be a part of it.
--> '''Geoffrey:''' Look at me- ''look at me''. Between me and the ape pacing the wings [Henry], who is ''actually thinking about this play''? Honestly?
--> '''Ellen:''' ....Damn you.

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--> '''Ellen:''' You- this is some kind of... perverted, personal vendetta and I will not be a part of it.
it.
--> '''Geoffrey:''' Look at me- ''look at me''. Between me and the ape pacing the wings [Henry], who is ''actually thinking about this play''? Honestly?
Honestly?
--> '''Ellen:''' ....Damn you.
24th Feb '12 9:53:30 PM Doryna
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--> '''Frank:''' Well I hope to hell she does!

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--> '''Frank:''' Well I hope to hell she does!does!
* Nearly any scene with [[TrueArtIsIncomprehensible Darren Nichols]], although [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=axD-nU9QNzs the duel]] and [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pBdhWebZQX0 "No horses, no fire, no flinging flaming horses at the audience."]] probably top out the list.
** "Do you mean... ''Macbeth?"
31st May '11 6:01:49 PM smilingsoprano
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31st May '11 5:59:12 PM smilingsoprano
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* In the first episode of season 2, episode 1, when Geoffery is telling Ellen that theyíll be producing Macbeth instead of AntonyAndCleopatra:
---> '''Ellen:''' Geoffery that is thrilling! And itís a better play than Antony and Cleopatra-
---> '''Geoffery:''' No no no no no, arguably it is not a better play, itís actually quite flawed, itís an extraordinarily difficult play to stage effectively, itís blood, blood, blood, and more blood, and- I donít wanna do it! This was Oliverís thing!
---> '''Ellen:''' It would be a nice gesture in Oliverís memory, you know-
---> '''Geoffery:''' Oh, God, Ellen, you too.
---> '''Ellen:''' It would be good karma.
---> '''Geoffery:''' ĒKarma", you just wanna play Lady Macbeth.
---> '''Ellen:''' ''God'', yes!
---> '''Geoffery:''' I donít ''believe'' this! Oliver Wells is ''dead''! I poured him in the river and swans ''ate'' him! What do I have to do to get this man ''OUTTA MY LIFE?!''
* Oliver and Geoffery collaborating on Macbeth together:
---> '''Oliver:''' The Scotsman is evil. Both he and Banquil encounter the witches, both their futures are foretold, but only The ''Scotsman'' goes on a killing spree.
---> '''Geoffery:''' ďThe ScotsmanĒ? Oh, do you mean- ''Mac-beeeth?''
---> '''Oliver:''' Geoffery, please.
---> '''Geoffery:''' What?
---> '''Oliver:''' Donít say his name aloud!
---> '''Geoffery:''' Who? ''Mac-beeeeth?''
---> '''Oliver:''' Youíre just asking for trouble.
---> '''Geoffery:''' Well, we are rehearsing a play called ''Mac-beeeth''. Itís gonna be a little awkward if I canít say the title characterís ''name''.
---> '''Oliver:''' This isn't actually rehearsal. This is a meeting after rehearsal.
---> '''Geoffery:''' Oh I'm so sorry, Oliver, I ''forgot''- you believe in the ''curse''.
---> '''Oliver:''' And you don't?
---> '''Geoffery:''' No. The only thing ''cursed'' about this play is that it is ''extraordinarily'' difficult to stage effectively.
---> '''Oliver:''' So you think you're ''above'' this kind of superstitious prattle?
---> '''Geoffery:''' As a matter of fact I do, yes.
---> '''Oliver:''' You're talking to a '''''ghost!''''' Wake up and smell the coffin!

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* In the first episode of season 2, episode 1, when Geoffery Geoffrey is telling Ellen that theyíll be producing Macbeth instead of AntonyAndCleopatra:
---> --> '''Ellen:''' Geoffery Geoffrey that is thrilling! And itís a better play than Antony and Cleopatra-
---> '''Geoffery:''' --> '''Geoffrey:''' No no no no no, arguably it is not a better play, itís actually quite flawed, itís an extraordinarily difficult play to stage effectively, itís blood, blood, blood, and more blood, and- I donít wanna do it! This was Oliverís thing!
---> --> '''Ellen:''' It would be a nice gesture in Oliverís memory, you know-
---> '''Geoffery:''' --> '''Geoffrey:''' Oh, God, Ellen, you too.
---> --> '''Ellen:''' It would be good karma.
---> '''Geoffery:''' --> '''Geoffrey:''' ĒKarma", you just wanna play Lady Macbeth.
---> --> '''Ellen:''' ''God'', yes!
---> '''Geoffery:''' --> '''Geoffrey:''' I donít ''believe'' this! Oliver Wells is ''dead''! I poured him in the river and swans ''ate'' him! What do I have to do to get this man ''OUTTA MY LIFE?!''
* Oliver and Geoffery Geoffrey collaborating on Macbeth together:
---> --> '''Oliver:''' The Scotsman is evil. Both he and Banquil encounter the witches, both their futures are foretold, but only The ''Scotsman'' goes on a killing spree.
---> '''Geoffery:''' --> '''Geoffrey:''' ďThe ScotsmanĒ? Oh, do you mean- ''Mac-beeeth?''
---> --> '''Oliver:''' Geoffery, Geoffrey, please.
---> '''Geoffery:''' --> '''Geoffrey:''' What?
---> --> '''Oliver:''' Donít say his name aloud!
---> '''Geoffery:''' --> '''Geoffrey:''' Who? ''Mac-beeeeth?''
---> --> '''Oliver:''' Youíre just asking for trouble.
---> '''Geoffery:''' --> '''Geoffrey:''' Well, we are rehearsing a play called ''Mac-beeeth''. Itís gonna be a little awkward if I canít say the title characterís ''name''.
---> --> '''Oliver:''' This isn't actually rehearsal. This is a meeting after rehearsal.
---> '''Geoffery:''' --> '''Geoffrey:''' Oh I'm so sorry, Oliver, I ''forgot''- you believe in the ''curse''.
---> --> '''Oliver:''' And you don't?
---> '''Geoffery:''' --> '''Geoffrey:''' No. The only thing ''cursed'' about this play is that it is ''extraordinarily'' difficult to stage effectively.
---> --> '''Oliver:''' So you think you're ''above'' this kind of superstitious prattle?
---> '''Geoffery:''' --> '''Geoffrey:''' As a matter of fact I do, yes.
---> --> '''Oliver:''' You're talking to a '''''ghost!''''' Wake up and smell the coffin!



---> '''Richard:''' Old people dying?? ''What'' is that supposed to ''communicate?''
---> '''Sanjay:''' That we know how they feel! Itís a connection, itís brilliant! You know who thought this up? An ideablast team composed of a puppeteer, a professional figure skater and a nine-year-old child!
---> '''Richard:''' *Beat* [[SarcasmMode Oh, good!]]
---> '''Sanjay:''' ....You donít like it.
---> '''Richard:''' Itís not just ''me''. Itís our customers! They think we have gone ''crazy!''
---> '''Sanjay:''' YES! And when they think we are all crazy, that is the moment when we get to decide the new message. Thereíll be hostility- lots of hostility! Any change is resisted- because bureaucrats have a vested interest in the chaos in which they exist. [[CatchPhrase Richard Nixon said that.]] We will ''know'' this is working, when the very people who are the most invested in the old festival- people like you!- are ''burning'' with fury. *Grabbing Richard by his shirt* Címon Richard! Show me fury!
---> '''Richard:''' Oh, stop this shi-
---> '''Sanjay:''' Ahh!
---> '''Richard:''' What?
---> '''Sanjay:''' Show me fury, Richard! AHHH!
---> '''Richard:''' Bahh!
---> '''Sanjay:''' AHHH!
---> '''Richard:''' Ahhhh!
---> '''Sanjay:''' AHHHHH!
---> '''Richard:''' AHHH!
---> '''Sanjay:''' AHHH!
---> '''Richard:''' AHHHHHHH!!!!!
---> '''Sanjay:''' There, you see? Itís working! *Hugs a confused-looking Richard*
* Geoffery and Oliver's "couples' therapy" sessions. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BneJwaaG_s0 There's this clip.]] And also:
---> '''Oliver:''' My father was a brute. And ''absolute brute''.... That's why mother and I drank.

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---> --> '''Richard:''' Old people dying?? ''What'' is that supposed to ''communicate?''
---> --> '''Sanjay:''' That we know how they feel! Itís a connection, itís brilliant! You know who thought this up? An ideablast team composed of a puppeteer, a professional figure skater and a nine-year-old child!
---> --> '''Richard:''' *Beat* ''[{{Beat}}]'' [[SarcasmMode Oh, good!]]
---> --> '''Sanjay:''' ....You donít like it.
---> --> '''Richard:''' Itís not just ''me''. Itís our customers! They think we have gone ''crazy!''
---> --> '''Sanjay:''' YES! And when they think we are all crazy, that is the moment when we get to decide the new message. Thereíll be hostility- lots of hostility! Any change is resisted- because bureaucrats have a vested interest in the chaos in which they exist. [[CatchPhrase Richard Nixon said that.]] We will ''know'' this is working, when the very people who are the most invested in the old festival- people like you!- are ''burning'' with fury. *Grabbing ''[Grabbing Richard by his shirt* shirt]'' Címon Richard! Show me fury!
---> --> '''Richard:''' Oh, stop this shi-
---> --> '''Sanjay:''' Ahh!
---> --> '''Richard:''' What?
---> --> '''Sanjay:''' Show me fury, Richard! AHHH!
---> --> '''Richard:''' Bahh!
---> --> '''Sanjay:''' AHHH!
---> --> '''Richard:''' Ahhhh!
---> --> '''Sanjay:''' AHHHHH!
---> --> '''Richard:''' AHHH!
---> --> '''Sanjay:''' AHHH!
---> --> '''Richard:''' AHHHHHHH!!!!!
---> --> '''Sanjay:''' There, you see? Itís working! *Hugs ''[Hugs a confused-looking Richard*
Richard]''
* Geoffery Geoffrey and Oliver's "couples' therapy" sessions. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BneJwaaG_s0 There's this clip.]] And also:
---> --> '''Oliver:''' My father was a brute. And ''absolute brute''.... That's why mother and I drank.



---> '''Megan:''' I took a two-week workshop with Laurie Turbit at The Actor's Incubator. Do you know her?
---> '''Sophie:''' No, I- I don't know of her at all.
---> '''Megan:''' Oh, she's fantastic! She has this way of teaching, it's called "The Chroma Technique".
---> '''Sophie:''' Chroma.
---> '''Megan:''' Yeah! Have you ever heard of it?
---> '''Sophie:''' I'm... sure I haven't.
---> '''Megan:''' The main idea... is that all emotions are like colors. So, before you start rehearsing, you look at your script, and decide what main emotions your character is having and what colors they are.
---> '''Sophie:''' So before you start rehearsal, so you can sort of ''attack'' the colors-
---> '''Megan:''' Right! So, like, "anger", might be ''red'', right? And ''sadness'' is like-
---> '''Sophie:''' Blue?
---> '''Megan:''' No- it's ''green'', actually!
---> '''Sophie:''' That's surprising!
---> '''Megan:''' Yeah! Well, then you just play the colors you decided on!
---> '''Sophie:''' Wow. That's... so, kinda straightforward- I wish we'd known this when we started doing KingLear!
* Cyril regailing Frank ("Ducky") with the infamous incident of Geoffery's nervous breakdown on stage:
---> '''Cyril:''' God knows what he'll do with Oliver's Hamlet. ''Play the lead himself?''
---> '''Frank:''' You think?
---> '''Cyril:''' Oh, why not? *Dramatically* It was the play that drove him m-mad!
---> '''Frank:''' Oh, really?
---> '''Cyril:''' Seven years ago... *Conspiratorially* I saw it all with me own eyes. 'Alfway through the gravedigger scene, he went all quiet an pale.
---> '''Frank:''' He went off?
---> '''Cyril:''' Off his nut. Then he leaped.
---> '''Frank:''' ''Leaped?''
---> '''Cyril:''' Into the ''grave'', Ducky, into Ophelia's bloody ''grave''! Leaving Horatio and Laertes staring down into the 'ole as if they'd just made a wish!
---> '''Frank:''' ''Crikey!''
---> '''Cyril:''' Crikey, indeed! Then he went ''screaming'' out into the night- mad as a hatter.
---> '''Frank:''' ...Well, he's... been to 'ospitals, maybe he's better.
---> '''Cyril:''' Maybe he's worse! Oh- here he comes.
---> '''Geoffery:''' *Enters bar, sets down the skull of Oliver onto the table* Carlsburg. *Looks down at skull* Two Carlsburgs.
---> '''Frank:''' Cr-''ikey''.
---> '''Cyril:''' Bloody 'ell!

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---> --> '''Megan:''' I took a two-week workshop with Laurie Turbit at The Actor's Incubator. Do you know her?
---> --> '''Sophie:''' No, I- I don't know of her at all.
---> --> '''Megan:''' Oh, she's fantastic! She has this way of teaching, it's called "The Chroma Technique".
---> --> '''Sophie:''' Chroma.
---> --> '''Megan:''' Yeah! Have you ever heard of it?
---> --> '''Sophie:''' I'm... sure I haven't.
---> --> '''Megan:''' The main idea... is that all emotions are like colors. So, before you start rehearsing, you look at your script, and decide what main emotions your character is having and what colors they are.
---> --> '''Sophie:''' So before you start rehearsal, so you can sort of ''attack'' the colors-
---> --> '''Megan:''' Right! So, like, "anger", might be ''red'', right? And ''sadness'' is like-
---> --> '''Sophie:''' Blue?
---> --> '''Megan:''' No- it's ''green'', actually!
---> --> '''Sophie:''' That's surprising!
---> --> '''Megan:''' Yeah! Well, then you just play the colors you decided on!
---> --> '''Sophie:''' Wow. That's... so, kinda straightforward- I wish we'd known this when we started doing KingLear!
* Cyril regailing Frank ("Ducky") with the infamous incident of Geoffery's Geoffrey's nervous breakdown on stage:
---> --> '''Cyril:''' God knows what he'll do with Oliver's Hamlet. ''Play the lead himself?''
---> --> '''Frank:''' You think?
---> --> '''Cyril:''' Oh, why not? *Dramatically* ''[Dramatically]'' It was the play that drove him m-mad!
---> --> '''Frank:''' Oh, really?
---> --> '''Cyril:''' Seven years ago... *Conspiratorially* ''[Conspiratorially]'' I saw it all with me own eyes. 'Alfway through the gravedigger scene, he went all quiet an pale.
---> --> '''Frank:''' He went off?
---> --> '''Cyril:''' Off his nut. Then he leaped.
---> --> '''Frank:''' ''Leaped?''
---> --> '''Cyril:''' Into the ''grave'', Ducky, into Ophelia's bloody ''grave''! Leaving Horatio and Laertes staring down into the 'ole as if they'd just made a wish!
---> --> '''Frank:''' ''Crikey!''
---> --> '''Cyril:''' Crikey, indeed! Then he went ''screaming'' out into the night- mad as a hatter.
---> --> '''Frank:''' ...Well, he's... been to 'ospitals, maybe he's better.
---> --> '''Cyril:''' Maybe he's worse! Oh- here he comes.
---> '''Geoffery:''' *Enters --> '''Geoffrey:''' ''[Enters bar, sets down the skull of Oliver onto the table* table]'' Carlsburg. *Looks ''[Looks down at skull* skull]'' Two Carlsburgs.
---> --> '''Frank:''' Cr-''ikey''.
---> --> '''Cyril:''' Bloody 'ell!



---> '''Geoffery:''' Could I get a coffee, black?
---> '''Anna:''' Sure. Cream and sugar?
---> '''Geoffery:''' Yeah. Black.
* The Macbeth when Geoffery messes with Henry Breedlove (in an attempt to get a more honest performance out of him), is, if you'll pardon the overused expression, made of win:
---> '''Henry:''' *Furiously* I cannot function like this. This isn't theater, this is.... improvisation!
---> '''Geoffery:''' Well that's a ''kind'' of theater, isn't it, very alive! Very exciting!
---> '''Henry:''' Fuck off!

---> '''Ellen:''' *Tumbling out of closet, as Nahum releases her* Nahum- how could you?
---> '''Nahum:''' I must confess- I love drama!

---> '''Ellen:''' *Backstage with Geoffery* You ''bastard''.
---> '''Geoffery:''' Ellen you have to give focus here, this is your director speaking, it's not Geoffery, it's the director of this play. You ''know'' what you have to do.
---> '''Ellen:''' You- this is some kind of... perverted, personal vendetta and I will not be a part of it.
---> '''Geoffery:''' Look at me- ''look at me''. Between me and the ape pacing the wings [Henry], who is ''actually thinking about this play''? Honestly?
---> '''Ellen:''' ....Damn you.
---> '''Cyril:''' *Backstage with Frank* Do you think she will?
---> '''Frank:''' Well I hope to hell she does!

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---> '''Geoffery:''' --> '''Geoffrey:''' Could I get a coffee, black?
---> --> '''Anna:''' Sure. Cream and sugar?
---> '''Geoffery:''' --> '''Geoffrey:''' Yeah. Black.
* The Macbeth when Geoffery Geoffrey messes with Henry Breedlove (in an attempt to get a more honest performance out of him), is, if you'll pardon the overused expression, made of win:
---> --> '''Henry:''' *Furiously* ''[Furiously]'' I cannot function like this. This isn't theater, this is.... improvisation!
---> '''Geoffery:''' --> '''Geoffrey:''' Well that's a ''kind'' of theater, isn't it, very alive! Very exciting!
---> --> '''Henry:''' Fuck off!

--->
off!
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-->
'''Ellen:''' *Tumbling ''[Tumbling out of closet, closet as Nahum releases her* her]'' Nahum- how could you?
---> --> '''Nahum:''' I must confess- I love drama!

--->
drama!
---
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'''Ellen:''' *Backstage ''[Backstage with Geoffery* Geoffrey]'' You ''bastard''.
---> '''Geoffery:''' Ellen --> '''Geoffrey:''' Ellen, you have to give focus here, this is your director speaking, it's not Geoffery, Geoffrey, it's the director of this play. You ''know'' what you have to do.
---> --> '''Ellen:''' You- this is some kind of... perverted, personal vendetta and I will not be a part of it.
---> '''Geoffery:''' --> '''Geoffrey:''' Look at me- ''look at me''. Between me and the ape pacing the wings [Henry], who is ''actually thinking about this play''? Honestly?
---> --> '''Ellen:''' ....Damn you.
---> --> '''Cyril:''' *Backstage ''[Backstage with Frank* Frank]'' Do you think she will?
---> --> '''Frank:''' Well I hope to hell she does!
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