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My favorite episode from one of my favorite shows.  I didn't just read the script, I bought an actual original off ebay.  It was awesome to actually read the script as I watched the show.  One poor guy had every one of his lines edited from the final, and I was shocked at how sharp some of the edits were, when you could see on the page what was suppose to happen or be said next, only to have it jump way down the page or to the next page.  Also, in the show, Robert Kennedy is eulogizing his brother, and in the script he quotes a long piece from Hamlet, but in the final, he reads a poem by Aeschylus.  Thing is, it was actual footage of RFK, so you wonder where that came from.  Just a quote the writer thought would be cool, but found better in the funeral service itself?  All in all, the experience was great.
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