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Graham really wanted to play Joseph, but deep down he knew what part he'd get again.
'He never starts surgery until he can play the game three times in a row without messing up.'
'Oh, it's great. They're always finishing each other's sentences,they wear all the same clothes... course one of them's an idiot.'
'Now remember, he spent $400 on that, so no matter what, we can never play with it.'
"If you hurry, you can make the matinée."
'Wake up kid, We've got some party games of our own we'd like to play,'
"Let's face it. The only play you've ever liked is 'Stop the World - I Want to Get Off.'"
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The I.M.s of Romeo and Juliet
"They've remained remarkably faithful to the text."
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"Tonight the part normally played by the audience will be played by actors playing the part of the audience."
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Tags:sport, sports, football, american football, quarterback, quaterbacks, armchair quarterback, armchair quarterbacks, player, players, athlete, athletes, fan, fans, sports fan, sports fans, football fan, football fans, football fanatic, football fanatics, analyse, analysis, commentary, football commentary, quarter, quarters, game, games, match, matches, play, plays, great play, know-it-all, armchair, armchairs, after the game, post-game, postgame, post-game commentary, postgame commentary
"Great money scenes!"
"Well, you certainly solved your little Oedipus problem since I saw you last."
Tags:therapy, therapist, psychiatrist, psychiatrists, psychiatry, shrink, shrinks, mental health, analyst, analysts, psychotherapy, psychology, psychoanalysis, headshrinker, headshrinkers, therapy session, therapy sessions, patient, patients, oedipus, oedipal complex, oedipal, sigmund freud, freud, sophocles, antigone, greek tragedy, greek tragedies, greek theatre, theatre, theatres, theater, theaters, play, plays
"Hamlet. By William Shakespeare." Painting.
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Hamlet meets autocorrect
"Because of illness, the role of Mimi in tonight's performance will be sung by a temp."
With bank loans hard to secure, Nan liked to have some fun at the applicant's expense.
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"Just when you're about to lose faith in humanity, you see Shakespeare in the Park."
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'Someone should fix that,'
Tags:health and safety, safety, safety issue, safety issues, fix, fixes, fixing, fixed, hole, holes, basketball, basketballs, basketballer, basketballers, player, players, play, plays, playing, played, dribble, dribbles, dribbling, dribbler, dribblers, dribbled, fall, falls, falling, fell, in the bleachers, bleachers, in the bleachers
'They're a lot safer when they have this foam insulation on, plus...'
"If you prick a corporation, does it not bleed? If you tickle it, does it not laugh? If you poison it, does it not die?"
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"Curtain going up. Third act – and the bitter disappointment it is."
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"No, Danny can't come out and play. Danny's on death row."
"Are there several doctors in the house, so we can have a little managed competition?"
Tags:competition, free market, free markets, competitor, competitors, laissez-faire, laissez-faire economics, is there a doctor in the house, private medicine, american healthcare, healthcare system, healthcare systems, managed competition, doctor, doctors, privatized, privatization, privatised, privatisation, healthcare, health care, injury, injuries, play, plays, profit motive, profit motives, qualification, qualifications, qualified