History Funny / TheTamingOfTheShrew

10th Aug '16 12:53:47 PM GothicProphet
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* During the wedding scene in the Zeffirelli version, as Petruchio and Kate make their wedding vows, Kate blurts out, "I WILL N!", only to be [[IncrediblyLamePun Kissed Mid-Sentence]] by Petruchio. The priest, sensing trouble, hastily pronounces them man and wife as the kiss takes place.

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* During the wedding scene in the Zeffirelli version, as Petruchio and Kate make their wedding vows, Kate blurts out, "I WILL N!", only to be [[IncrediblyLamePun Kissed Mid-Sentence]] by Petruchio. The priest, sensing trouble, hastily pronounces them man and wife as the kiss takes place.place.
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3rd Mar '14 3:53:05 PM ryanasaurus0077
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* During the wedding scene in the Zeffirelli version, as Petruchio and Kate make their wedding vows, Kate blurts out, "I WILL N!", only to be [[IncrediblyLamePun Kissed Mid-Sentence]] by Petruchio. The priest, sensing trouble, hastily pronounces them man and wife as the kiss takes place.
7th Jun '12 11:55:16 AM LancelotG
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* The (onscreen or offscreen, depending on the adaptation) wedding scene. Petruchio shows up in what can only be described as "get-up", accompanied by Grumio, looking equally ridiculous. Undaunted by everyone's shock and embarrassment, he runs in and marries Kate, then proceeds to ''kidnap her'' before anyone can go to the reception.

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* The (onscreen or offscreen, depending on the adaptation) wedding scene. Petruchio shows up in what can only be described as "get-up", accompanied by Grumio, looking equally ridiculous. Undaunted by everyone's shock and embarrassment, he runs in and marries Kate, Kate in the most absurd manner possible, then proceeds to ''kidnap her'' before anyone can go to the reception.
7th Jun '12 11:54:40 AM LancelotG
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* Hortensio's monologue about getting hit with the lute.

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* Hortensio's monologue about getting hit with the lute.lute.
7th Jun '12 11:54:31 AM LancelotG
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* The following stage direction:

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* The following stage direction:After the ZanyScheme of the subplot finally blows up, everyone involved except Lucentio just books it rather than hang around to explain. It's even funnier when you have the script in hand:


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* Hortensio's monologue about getting hit with the lute.
7th Jun '12 11:52:46 AM LancelotG
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* The (onscreen or offscreen, depending on the adaptation) wedding scene. Petruchio shows up in what can only be described as "get-up", accompanied by Grumio, looking equally ridiculous. Undaunted by everyone's shock and embarrassment, he runs in and marries Kate, then proceeds to ''kidnap her'' before anyone can go to the reception.

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* The (onscreen or offscreen, depending on the adaptation) wedding scene. Petruchio shows up in what can only be described as "get-up", accompanied by Grumio, looking equally ridiculous. Undaunted by everyone's shock and embarrassment, he runs in and marries Kate, then proceeds to ''kidnap her'' before anyone can go to the reception.
* The following stage direction:
--> ''Exit BIONDELLO, TRANIO and Pedant, [[OhCrap as fast as may be]].''
7th Jun '12 11:52:01 AM LancelotG
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* The (onscreen or offscreen, depending on the adaptation) wedding scene. Petruchio shows up in what can only be described as "get-up", accompanied by Grumio, looking equally ridiculous. Undaunted by everyone's shock and embarrassment, he runs in and marries Kate, then proceeds to ''kidnap her'' before anyone can go to the reception.
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