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Comic #3764

1 Angela: So Will, what sort of things go into modern fiction writing?
2 Shakespeare: You need scenes that address all the elements of contemporary life. Getting a job, going to bars, flirting, having sex.
3 {beat}
4 Angela: So this is a historical period drama we're working on?
4 Shakespeare: Ahem, yes.

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This is the same bar set seen in the Martians theme at the moment. It's not the same bar though, despite the same bartender working in both. He's obviously pulling double shifts in different bars to make ends meet.

I did briefly consider having Ishmael and the Martians appear in the background here (and Will, Angela, Ophelia, and Mercutio in the background over in the Martians theme), but I figured that was just too weird.

Not that that's stopped me before...

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