After the success of 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' Will is urged to write another comedy and is annoyed when his friends find his new project 'Hamlet' to be hilarious. He is also angered when Greene excludes him from a proposed literary salon but this proves to be a cover for killing Kit. To save him Will agrees to help him feign his death, using the plot of 'Hamlet' whilst events inadvertently inspire 'Love's Labours Licked'.
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And so do I continue my private task of sowing confusion about what I actually wrote and what people merely think I did until the day dawns when people in their ignorance and vanity will attribute any archaic sounding truism to me in the certitude that it might easily have been me and if it wasn't no one will know the diff. Thus will I eventually get credit for inventing the entire English language. So shove that up your Canterbury Tales, Geoffrey Chaucer!
References The Lion King