Brain: Alright, eyes, what's the first question?
Eyes: "What role do Macbeth's visions and hallucinations play in the development of his character?"
Hand: Hey, you still up there brain? I need you to tell me what to write.
Penis: He said you should come hang out down here while he's thinking.
Hand: Shut up penis. The last time I listened to you we had to go to that stupid "There's a Reason They're Called 'Privates'" lecture.
Penis: No, he really said it this time, I promise!
Brain: Wait, I've got something!
Penis: Damn it
Brain: Camp Anawanna, we hold you in our hearts, and when we think about you-
Eyes: What are you doing?
Brain: -it makes me wanna fart, lol! What do you mean what I am doing?
Eyes: The question's about Macbeth, not Salute Your Shorts.
sorry, that's all I have for you right now. Gimme a second.
Penis: Hey hand, I know how you can salute your shorts right now if you're interested.
Hand: Shut up penis! That doesn't even make sense!
Brain: Ok I think I have it this time. Ready, hand?
Hand: Go for it.
Brain: It's time for Animaniacs! And we're zany to-
Eyes: There's nothing here about Animaniacs either.
Brain: Are you kidding me? I mean, come on, it's like they specifically designed this question to have nothing to do with what I know! Did we even read this play?
Penis: Nope. Eyes said the print was too small, hand was worried about getting a paper cut, and you thought it was too boring.
Hand: Aren't you forgetting someone, penis? I seem to remember you getting a little too excited when the witches showed up for the rest of us to concentrate.
Penis: Be quiet hand! You know I'm going to therapy for that!
Brain: Ok guys, calm down. So we didn't read the play. We still have to write something, don't we?
Hand: I guess
Penis: No, let's just fantasize about witches instead.
Brain: Shut up penis. Hand, are you ready?
Brain: Alright, here we go. "One cannot write about Macbeth's character development without first considering how it has been affected by the theme songs of television shows from the 1990s