The Merchant of Venice
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Launcelot doesn't want to be the Jews, Shylock, servant anymore. He wants to run away. As Launcelots blind father walks by and first doesn't recognize his son, Launcelot decides to tell him that he wants to quit.
Father, let me work for Bassanio, I heard that he pays well.
Right as Launcelot mentions Bassanio, Bassanio walks by. Coincidence?
Bassanio, oh good Basanio, please let me be your servant.
Work for me?...Well...I...I guess you can, but then hurry, prepare dinner, and tell Gratiano that I need to talk to him.
Oh good Bassanio, please let my son work for you, I beg you!
Thank you so much most kind Bassanio, I will be a good servant!
Yes, yes! He will be the best servant you have ever had. God bless you!
You are welcome, my friends, but you should know that I am not a rich man.
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