Look, Shakespeare kept it real. He wrote a play about a female doctor who performs cutting edge surgery on a king’s anal fistula. (If you don’t know what an anal fistula is, please don’t Google it. Just keep living in ignorant bliss.) All’s Well That Ends Well is already a pretty odd play, with lots of people tricking each other into sex (never a good idea). But for a comedy about unrequited love it’s a little… weird that Shakespeare would be so specific about the king’s ailment. Extra points for graphic realism, I guess.