Watch about the first 5 minutes (you'll know when to stop). I was wondering how they were going to keep the bit up for almost 10 minutes and the answer is they don't. Not even close. It's like they got bored with it right in the middle and went off in an entirely different, and unfunny, direction. But I got a kick out of some parts in the first half. Mostly the Clubber Lang / Mr. T character (who throws down far too little Othello for my taste).
All plays are on the table. There'll be no calls for lines, and absolutely no sonnets. Is that clear?
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