"The play's the thing."

When Shakespeare has Hamlet speak those words, he "...is relying on good, solid Renaissance psychology. Playwrights often claimed that their work encouraged virtue in upstanding citizens and caught the conscience of malefactors." So what else is new? Doesn't that still motivate many writers?

Today's jam-packed Day By Day:

Anybody still wondering why we like Day By Day here?


I'm cribbing from the best of the past...! ;)