Most of the tale takes place 20 years later and concerns the Montagues' entangled relationships with the Capulet family – fat court jester Polonius and his children Othello and Juliet. At the urging of Lear's ghost, Hamlet/Romeo jilts his girlfriend (and half-sister) Ophelia and hooks up with Juliet. Ophelia gets herself to a nunnery, taking the name Sister Desdemona.
Othello ignores Polonius' advice and becomes a Venice wine merchant/loan shark named Shylock, who lends his father 100 ducats (with the equivalent pounds of flesh as collateral) ... but not before hooking up with a defrocked Desdemona, whom he later kills. Worn down by Lear's nagging, Hamlet/Romeo eventually beans Gertie and Rachel on the head. ["To bean, or not to bean. That is the question." – is but one of scores of mangled quotes.] In the final scene, Othello/Shylock demands his pounds of flesh. When first Juliet then Romeo rise to Polonius' defense, Shylock kills each of them.