So much for an early night.
The ShakespeareRe-Told A Midsommer Night's Dream is on.
Need to get out The Collected Works of Shakespeare again and go through the plays, as it's been a long time.
The comment in the version about these being our stars reminds me of something once said to me a long time ago, too, while my head was tucked under his chin and our arms were wrapped around each other. Mostly bollocks, but it's a nice sentiment.
And now Dickens in America is on. The impression that comes across from Martin Chuzzlewit isn't all that favourable to America, particularly with all the spitting out of tobacco. On his second tour of the country, he saw changes that were for the better. By that, perhaps fewer people were showering the ground with tobacco spit.
Nyarrrgh, must sleep.
Pretend it were a dream. It works every time.