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   [Actors Mossop and Keanrick haughtily enter in the middle of a conversation.]
   Mossop: …lest you continue in your quotation, and mention the name of the Scottish play.
   Keanrick: Oh-ho-ho… never fear, I shan't do that.
   Blackadder: By the Scottish play, I assume you mean Macbeth.
   Mossop, Keanrick: Aaah!
   [The actors launch into a bizarre "pattycake" routine while reciting…]
   Mossop, Keanrick: "Hot potato, orchestra stalls, Puck will make amends."
   [… and finish by tweaking each other's noses.]
   Mossop, Keanrick: Aaah!
   Blackadder: What was that?
   Keanrick: We were exorcising evil spirits. Being but a mere butler, you will not know the great theatre tradition that one does never speak the name of the Scottish play.
   Blackadder: What, "Macbeth"?
   Mossop, Keanrick: Aaah! "Hot potato, orchestra stalls, Puck will make amends." Aaah-haa!
   Blackadder: Good lord, you mean you have to do that every time I say "Macbeth"?
   Mossop, Keanrick: Aaah! "Hot potato, orchestra stalls, Puck will make amends." Aaah-aaah-haa!
   Mossop: Will you please stop saying that! Always call it "the Scottish play".
   Blackadder: So you want me to say, "the Scottish play"?
   Mossop, Keanrick: Yes!
   Blackadder: Rather than "Macbeth"?
   Mossop, Keanrick: Aaaaah! "Hot potato, orchestra stalls, Puck will make amends." Aaah-haa! Oww!
   [Prince George enters.]
   Prince George: For heaven's sake, what is all this hullabaloo, all this shouting and screaming and yelling blue murder? Why, it's like that play we saw the other day, what was it called… uh…
   Blackadder: "Macbeth", sir?
   Mossop, Keanrick: Aaaaah! "Hot potato, orchestra stalls, Puck will make amends." Aaah! Oooh!!
   Prince George: No, no, no, no, it was… it was called "Julius Caesar".
   Blackadder: Oh yes, of course. "Julius Caesar"… Not "Macbeth".
   Mossop, Keanrick: Aah! "Hot potato, orchestra stalls, Puck will make amends." Owwww!
   Blackadder: Are you sure you want these people to stay?
   [Later…]
   Keanrick: From a play connected with Scotland …
   Blackadder: [having just walked in] That's Macbeth, isn't it?
   Mossop, Keanrick: Aaah! …


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