Number 4 is one of my favorites.
I think it's only fitting as we recognize the longevity of this incredible writer that we take a few minutes to consider what's changed over the years, particularly regarding the speech, the accents and language of Shakespeare's time.
Lastly, as thou hast tarrie'd so long,
let us relish here the high exposition
a duet, a ditty, a rolicking song
of "Who Doth Inhabit The Primary Position,"
(as played in the original Elizabethan):