Jon wonders whether he really did eviscerate his enemies over his 16-year tenure.
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The comics list #420Regrets, #DepressingTVReboots and #XtremeShakespeare and detail #EarthIn3Words.
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William Shakespeare's most popular plays get an action-packed rewrite.
Shakespearean sonnets are beautiful in almost every context, even online dating.
The comics create #LesserNYLandmarks, develop #ElderlyVideoGames, define #NYCIn3Words and #RuinAComedian.
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"Twelfth Night" star Stephen Fry talks religion, bullying and Stephen Colbert's Tolkien obsession.
Director Joss Whedon discusses his film adaption of Shakespeare's "Much Ado About Nothing."
British archeologists find the bones of King Richard III underneath a supermarket parking lot.
The NFL referee dispute inspires John Oliver to sub in his replacement, Patrick Stewart.
Tags: patrick stewart, appearances, john oliver, contract negotiations, work/office, william shakespeare, literary references, costumes, labor, celebrities, nfl, football, sports, controversies, money, unions, strikes
Jonah Lehrer discusses his book "Imagine: How Creativity Works."
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Ralph Fiennes considers who would win in a sword fight between Lord Voldemort and Herman Cain.
A freak accident brings history's smartest guys into the present.
Shakespeare scholar Stephen Greenblatt compares the candidates to Shakespeare characters.
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