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Atomic Shakespeare


Several of the Moonlighting websites listed on our site's intro page provide great links to this episode (one of them has a lengthy interview with writers Ron Osborn and Jeff Reno). But I don't want to take anything away from anyone else's site, so I suggest that you explore them all yourself (there are far less interesting things to research). Below are links to Moonlighting which do not plagiarize the previously-mentioned fansites.

Links for Atomic Shakespeare

Text of William Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew Because you knew we'd just have to have a link to it.

"Moonlighting: Atomic Shakespeare" at The Internet Movie Database This entry leaves out much info (awards, etc.) which IMDB faithfully records for its movie entries -- but then, that's why you have this site.

Moonlighting Strangers, June-July 2003 A "fanzine" that devoted its entire first-anniversary issue to "Atomic Shakespeare."

Updating the Bard and Fighting Female Backlash: Shrew(d) Subversion in Moonlighting's Atomic Shakespeare A thesis-paper deconstruction of The Taming of the Shrew vs. the "Moonlighting" version.

Prince George High School's production of Atomic Shakespeare Here's the Web's most astounding link to AS -- some publicity photos from a Virginia high school's stage production of the original script.

Links to Season 3 and other things

Steve Bailey's review of Season 3 DVD set Your faithful webmaster's critique at

DVD Times A British website that nicely critiques Season 3.

Moonlighting at Nice overview of the entire series.

Zap2It: Armstrong Recalls "Moonlighting" Days Interesting interview with Curtis Armstrong.

Karen Hall's website The personal website of a veteran TV writer and "Moonlighting's" Season 3 supervising producer.

"Atomic Shakespeare" pages at Moonlighting websites

Moonlighting on the Web

Moonlighting Madness

Miscellaneous link

"Taming of the Shrew" a la Jim Morrison If you love "Atomic Shakespeare," you might like this parody of "Shrew," sung to the tune of The Doors' "Riders on the Storm."

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