Fun fact: In high school, I was the stage manager for every school play we did, which included a staging of Ten Little Indians (it was the name they chose, and no, I have no idea why they were okay with picking that name either. Just … it was a private school, okay? The faculty was overall kinda racist.) and five Shakespearean plays. It was here that I learned that Shakespeare is boring as sh!t, and in the case of Merchant of Venice, kind of anti-Semitic. (Once again: The faculty was REALLY pretty racist.) Thankfully, Joss Whedon is taking the reigns for the next Shakespeare adaptation, Much Ado About Nothing, which promises plenty of Nathan Fillion. Lots and lots of Nathan Fillion. Hopefully shirtless Nathan, but I’ll take clothed Nathan too.