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* As he and Viola leave the church, a flyer for Romeo and Juliet hits him in the face, blown there by the wind.

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* As he Lord Wessex and Viola leave the church, a flyer for Romeo and Juliet hits him in the face, blown there by the wind.


* While the Admiral's Men are busy [[DrowningMySorrows drowning their sorrows]] following Tilney closing the Rose, Ralph decides that he's not working, downs his drink, and [[CantHoldHisLiquor passes out then and there]].

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* While the Admiral's Men are busy [[DrowningMySorrows drowning their sorrows]] following Tilney closing the Rose, Ralph decides that he's not working, downs his drink, and [[CantHoldHisLiquor passes out then and there]].there]].
* As he and Viola leave the church, a flyer for Romeo and Juliet hits him in the face, blown there by the wind.


* While the Admiral's Men are busy [[DrowningMySorrows drowning their sorrows]] following Tilney closing the Curtain, Ralph decides that he's not working, takes a drink from his tankard, and [[CantHoldHisLiquor passes out then and there]].

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* While the Admiral's Men are busy [[DrowningMySorrows drowning their sorrows]] following Tilney closing the Curtain, Rose, Ralph decides that he's not working, takes a drink from downs his tankard, drink, and [[CantHoldHisLiquor passes out then and there]].


-->'''Webster:''' ''(pointing at Shakespeare)'' He did! I saw him kissing her bubbies!

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-->'''Webster:''' ''(pointing at Shakespeare)'' He did! I saw him kissing her bubbies!bubbies!
* While the Admiral's Men are busy [[DrowningMySorrows drowning their sorrows]] following Tilney closing the Curtain, Ralph decides that he's not working, takes a drink from his tankard, and [[CantHoldHisLiquor passes out then and there]].

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** Just the very idea that all of English literature is awaiting the epic that is "Romeo and Ethel the Pirate's Daughter."
-->"...see, there's this pirate..."


-->'''Henslowe:''' The show must... you knonw... ''(trails off aimlessly)''

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-->'''Henslowe:''' The show must... you knonw...know... ''(trails off aimlessly)''



* Pretty much everything involving the bloodthirsty young scamp, John Webster (who would grow up to become a writer of particularly gruseome tragedies), ESPECIALLY there scene where he tips off Mr Tilney about Viola performing in drag:

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* Pretty much everything involving the bloodthirsty young scamp, John Webster (who would grow up to become a writer of particularly gruseome gruesome tragedies), ESPECIALLY there the scene where he tips off Mr Mr. Tilney about Viola performing in drag:


The boatman rolling his eyes at Shakespeare's PurpleProse.

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* The boatman rolling his eyes at Shakespeare's PurpleProse.



-->ROW YOUR BOAT.

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-->ROW YOUR BOAT.BOAT.
* Henslowe attempting to calm a panicking Shakespeare when it looks like everything is going wrong with the premiere of ''RomeoAndJuliet'':
-->'''Henslowe:''' The show must... you knonw... ''(trails off aimlessly)''
-->'''Shakespeare:''' [[TheShowMustGoOn Go on!]]
* Pretty much everything involving the bloodthirsty young scamp, John Webster (who would grow up to become a writer of particularly gruseome tragedies), ESPECIALLY there scene where he tips off Mr Tilney about Viola performing in drag:
-->'''Viola:''' Nobody knew.
-->'''Webster:''' ''(pointing at Shakespeare)'' He did! I saw him kissing her bubbies!


* Shakespeare's ''epic'' [[https://31.media.tumblr.com/9b9e9bdb9cdea80bb444633379fa800b/tumblr_inline_mzkr57BeLG1s1h2q7.gif shrug]] when asked where his pages are.



** How Shakespeare gets Ned to take the part in the first place.



-->I had that Christopher Marlowe in my boat once.

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-->I had that Christopher Marlowe in my boat once.once.
The boatman rolling his eyes at Shakespeare's PurpleProse.
-->A writer, is he?
-->ROW YOUR BOAT.


* Queen Elizabeth stopping at a puddle and looking expectantly at her courtiers, who quickly take of their capes, only for her to walk through the water anyway muttering "Too late, too late."

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* Queen Elizabeth stopping at a puddle and looking expectantly at her courtiers, who quickly take of their capes, only for her to walk through the water anyway muttering "Too late, too late.""
* The London cabbies, in rowing boats.
-->I had that Christopher Marlowe in my boat once.


-->...He ''dies''?

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-->...He ''dies''?''dies''?
* Queen Elizabeth stopping at a puddle and looking expectantly at her courtiers, who quickly take of their capes, only for her to walk through the water anyway muttering "Too late, too late."


* During the opening audition for ''Romeo And Ethel the Pirate's Daughter'', every would-be performer auditions by using the same lines from [[TheRival Marlowe's]] ''Faustus'', which annoys Shakespeare to no end.

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* During the opening audition for ''Romeo And Ethel the Pirate's Daughter'', every would-be performer auditions by using the same lines from [[TheRival Marlowe's]] ''Faustus'', which annoys Shakespeare to no end.end.
* Ned's reaction to learning about Mercutio's death.
-->...He ''dies''?


* Chasing after Viola to find out about this [[WholesomeCrossdresser Thomas Kent]] fellow, Shakespeare decides to climb up the rose vines to Viola's balcony. Just when audiences think we're about to see a re-staging of the infamous balcony scene from the play... it's the ''nurse'' who catches Shakespeare climbing up, and both are freaked out by the surprise.

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* Chasing after Viola to find out about this [[WholesomeCrossdresser Thomas Kent]] fellow, Shakespeare decides to climb up the rose vines to Viola's balcony. Just when audiences think we're about to see a re-staging of the infamous balcony scene from the play... it's [[spoiler:it's the ''nurse'' who catches Shakespeare climbing up, and both are freaked out by the surprise.surprise]].

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* Pretty much every HistoricalInJoke that pops up throughout the movie.
* Chasing after Viola to find out about this [[WholesomeCrossdresser Thomas Kent]] fellow, Shakespeare decides to climb up the rose vines to Viola's balcony. Just when audiences think we're about to see a re-staging of the infamous balcony scene from the play... it's the ''nurse'' who catches Shakespeare climbing up, and both are freaked out by the surprise.
* During the opening audition for ''Romeo And Ethel the Pirate's Daughter'', every would-be performer auditions by using the same lines from [[TheRival Marlowe's]] ''Faustus'', which annoys Shakespeare to no end.

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