The Story So Far: Half-crazed from arguing too much with his elder daughters, Lear has rushed off into a terrific storm. Rain, thunder, lightning, the works. IT'S A STORM. It turns out I can't draw rain as well as Charles Schulz, so you're just going to have to use your imagination. Imagine a lot of rain.
This is the Big Storm Scene, featuring the Big Storm Scene speech! "Blow winds and crack your cheeks" is a classic speech, and I promise will get around to putting together a video compilation of Notable Lears bellowing it to the heavens, because it's worth seeing how they each tackle it.
Spare a thought for the poor Fool, who just wants to get somewhere dry, while his master seems determined to drown himself in a very inefficient manner.
Tune in again on Wednesday, when we'll check back to see how Gloucester and Edmund are doing. Remember them? They're the other dysfunctional family, the one with sons instead of daughters.