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Waiting for Godot (Plays)

"Dr. Godot, Nurses' Station Three. Dr. Godot, Nurses' Station Three."

The classic play by Samuel Beckett follows the (non) adventures of two homeless men who wait in vain by the roadside for Godot, whose identity is never revealed. Many have incorrectly assumed that this was an existentialist statement about the futility of having faith in God, but Beckett repeatedly denied that Godot represents The Big Guy Upstairs. It seems someone in the hospital is waiting for Dr. Godot, whose identity is never revealed to us. That's deep, man.

2.04 "Green-Eyed Monster"

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