Macduff - Christopher Plummer (since Duncan's dead, he's available for a new role)
Possible alternate punchline: "That's what she said!" as a single-panel retort.
If you don't know why for the title, just think back to "Romeo and Juliet." Basically, if Mercutio says it, it's likely dirty. I'm pretty sure that my punchline's nowhere near as smutty as the text from either play!
As for the title that Monoyoka mentions, recall that the naming convention for "Friends" episodes was to start them as "The One Where/With/When..." to ape people's shorthand for describing a particular episode to someone.
Maybe it's the fact that it's 3AM or that I've been watching South Park again lately, but I couldn't help but read most of the actors dialogue in Cartman's voice. Anyway, great stuff with the Exo-Force figs again, lol.
I'm left with one question... What does the porter mean by "nose-painting?"
Nose painting - the ol' gin blossom, basically, i.e., getting flushed (or even burst capillaries) in the nasal region from alcohol abuse.
I don't often recast things in Cartman's voice - except for songs by Beyonce, ever since imagining Cartman singing "Bills, bills, bills" back in the day.
The Exo-Friends are growing on me. They might get a subplot at this rate. (And I didn't have a male-female duo that was Intellectual Property of mine that suited that level of idiocy - Capt. Exposition's too classy.)
Aha. Well burst capillaries sounds rather painful. lol, I'm not familiar with any of Beyonce's songs, but I'm sure that would be quite hilarious.
A subplot with the Ex0-Friends would be fun. Although I'd like to see the kind of things Aphrodite and Clarence talk about on a date. ;)
I know how I could work in the "Exo-Friends," but I'm not sure how to connect the dots inbetween. It may be that a date could work as a short arc, I suppose. or as a madcap happenstance. Just guess where my tendencies lean!
I'm gonna guess madcap happenstance. But I'm sure you'll surprise me. ;)