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- Operation: Break-Speare -- To Take action against the actors performing Shakespeare in the park.
- Nightcap -- For him to wear to bed.
- Crossbow/Bazooka/Throwing Star/Nunchucks -- Perhaps use against Private when he entered the HQ.
- Earmuffs -- To block out Private when he was reciting Shakespeare.
- Stage Sword -- To use while he, Skipper, and Kowalski manipulate the suit of armor.
- Lemur Problem Option: Even though Rico suggested getting rid of the lemurs which Skipper liked, Kowalski intervened and suggested to use diplomacy instead.
- Saved Skipper, Kowalski, and Rico: This could be argued with but thanks to him scaring off the actor, he saved them from being continously attacked, since the actor seemed to be winning the fight.
Multiple references to William Shakespeare’s plays were made in the episode:
- As You Like It, Act V -- "... for my kind offer, when I make curtsy, bid me farewell." (Said by actress in park.)
- Hamlet, Act II -- "The play's the thing." (Said by Private.)
- Hamlet, Act V -- "Goodnight, sweet prince, and flights of angels." (Said by Private.)
- Hamlet, Act III -- "To be, or not to be: that is the question." (Said by Private.)
- Henry IV, Part II, Act IV -- "Oh, ruffians that will swear, dance, revel the night!" (Said by Private. Edited slightly from Shakespeare, including to be Nickelodeon-appropriate [a reference to "drink," as in alcohol, was cut].)
- Henry V, Act I -- "Hours filled up with riots, banquets, sports!" (Said by Private.)
- Henry V, Act I -- "And so from hour to hour we rot and rot" (Said by Private)
- A Midsummer Night's Dream, Act III -- "I'm amazed and know not what to say." (Said by Private.)
- Twelfth Night, Act I -- "Better a witty fool than a foolish wit." (Said by Private.)
- Henry IV, Part II, Act II -- "A pox upon you, you muddy rascals!" (Said by Private. In the actual play, "rascals" was just "rascal" and there was one moderate profanity – think "darn" but the other one.)
- Henry IV, Part I, Act II -- "You're just little leather-jerking, crystal-button, agate-ring, puke-stocking, caddis-garter Spanish pouches!" (Said by Private. Additional words were cut from Shakespeare's actual line. Private seems to later attribute it to Henry V, which appears to be incorrect.)
- Henry V, ACT III -- "The blast of war blows in our ears!" (Said by actor in park.)
- Henry V, ACT IV -- "What have kings that privates have not, too?" (Said by actor in park.)
- Henry V, Act V -- "I love thee, Kate. I kiss your hand and call you my queen." (Said by actor in park.)
- Henry IV, Act II -- "... fat clay-brained guts, thou knotty-pated fool." (Said by actor in park.)
- Friends -- When Kowalski mentioned the mating calls having no effect on the lemurs, Rico said "How you doin'?", which is Joey Tribianni's foolproof pick-up line.
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