History ShoutOut / ToShakespeare

26th Jun '16 6:12:08 PM Grade0
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* In "[[WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas Jack's Lament]]": "''And since I am dead, I can [[AlasPoorYorick take off my head]]/ To recite Shakespearean quotations.''"

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* In "[[WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas Jack's Lament]]": "''And Jack makes this reference in ''WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas'' during "Jack's Lament."
-->'''Jack:''' And
since I am dead, / I can [[AlasPoorYorick take off my head]]/ To head / to recite Shakespearean quotations.''"quotations!
6th Jun '16 7:55:16 PM eroock
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* In ''Film/InALonelyPlace '', the drunken ClassicallyTrainedExtra who stumbles down the stairs in Steele's apartment quotes from Shakespeare's [[http://shakespeare-online.com/sonnets/29.html Sonnet 29]].
6th Jun '16 7:06:09 PM eroock
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->''Brush up your Shakespeare\\

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->''Brush ->''"Brush up your Shakespeare\\



And the women you will wow!''

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And the women you will wow!''wow!"''
25th May '16 6:56:52 PM nombretomado
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*** In Chapter 4, if the player has Guybrush use one of the severed legs on the altar without dipping it in sugar water, he will quote a few lines in a spoof of "Alas, poor Yorick" from ''Hamlet'' (V.i) (this is done in the PS3 version in order to net the player a "Guybrush Goes Classy" silver trophy).
*** Speaking of PS3 trophies, there are a few trophies that are shout-outs too ("What's in a Name?" from the balcony scene of ''Theatre/RomeoAndJuliet'' (II.ii), and "Adieu, Adieu..." which is a reference to Hamlet's father's written line, "Adieu, adieu, remember me," from ''Hamlet'' (I.v)).

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*** In Chapter 4, if the player has Guybrush use one of the severed legs on the altar without dipping it in sugar water, he will quote a few lines in a spoof of "Alas, poor Yorick" from ''Hamlet'' (V.i) (this is done in the PS3 [=PS3=] version in order to net the player a "Guybrush Goes Classy" silver trophy).
*** Speaking of PS3 [=PS3=] trophies, there are a few trophies that are shout-outs too ("What's in a Name?" from the balcony scene of ''Theatre/RomeoAndJuliet'' (II.ii), and "Adieu, Adieu..." which is a reference to Hamlet's father's written line, "Adieu, adieu, remember me," from ''Hamlet'' (I.v)).
12th May '16 6:09:16 PM jamespolk
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--> Romeo loved Juliet
Juliet she felt the same
When he put his arms around her

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--> Romeo loved Juliet
Juliet\\
Juliet she felt the same
same\\
When he put his arms around herher\\


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* Maxwell Anderson's political satire ''Theatre/BothYourHouses'' takes its title from Mercutio's famous line.
20th Apr '16 7:59:27 PM PaulA
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* ''Film/TheScarletPimpernel'' has Sir Percy quoting John of Gaunt's "this blessed plot/ this earth, this realm, this England" speech before going before Chauvelin's firing squad.

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* ''Film/TheScarletPimpernel'' ''Film/{{The Scarlet Pimpernel|1934}}'' has Sir Percy quoting John of Gaunt's "this blessed plot/ this earth, this realm, this England" speech before going before Chauvelin's firing squad.
14th Apr '16 9:49:18 AM lipranzer
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* Music/TheEagles' song "Get Over It" contains the lyric, "The more I think about it, old Billy was right/Let's kill all the lawyers, kill them tonight".
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11th Apr '16 6:04:44 PM ryanasaurus0077
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* In ''Series/{{Gotham}}'', this is how Penguin deals with his stepfamily [[YouKilledMyFather for what they did to his father in trying to get rid of him]]. [[IAteWhat No points for guessing how the sole survivor reacts to the reveal that she had been tricked into eating her own children before Penguin finishes her off]].
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7th Apr '16 6:51:05 PM Selina57
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* At the end of the ''BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' episode [[Recap/BatmanTheAnimatedSeriesS1E9ProphecyOfDoom]], [[a PhonyPsychic]] has been arrested for fraud and the "psychic's" most ardent defender regrets having ever believed in him. The defender's daughter reassures him that he wasn't the only one fooled and Bruce Wayne agrees, quoting the line, "The fault lies not in the stars/But in ourselves." Of course, the original speaker of that line, Cassius, did so to get Brutus to turn against Caesar; also, Bruce pretended to have been fooled.
7th Apr '16 6:47:31 PM Selina57
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* At the end of the ''BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' episode [[Recap/BatmanTheAnimatedSeriesS1E9Prophecy of Doom]], [[a PhonyPsychic]] has been arrested for fraud and the "psychic's" most ardent defender regrets having ever believed in him. The defender's daughter reassures him that he wasn't the only one fooled and Bruce Wayne agrees, quoting the line, "The fault lies not in the stars/But in ourselves." Of course, the original speaker of that line, Cassius, did so to get Brutus to turn against Caesar; also, Bruce pretended to have been fooled.

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* At the end of the ''BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' episode [[Recap/BatmanTheAnimatedSeriesS1E9Prophecy of Doom]], [[Recap/BatmanTheAnimatedSeriesS1E9ProphecyOfDoom]], [[a PhonyPsychic]] has been arrested for fraud and the "psychic's" most ardent defender regrets having ever believed in him. The defender's daughter reassures him that he wasn't the only one fooled and Bruce Wayne agrees, quoting the line, "The fault lies not in the stars/But in ourselves." Of course, the original speaker of that line, Cassius, did so to get Brutus to turn against Caesar; also, Bruce pretended to have been fooled.
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