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Cell Smashing Hero 

They really mean it when they ask you to shut off your cellphones during the performance and Kevin Williamson is now the enforcer.

After sitting through the first half of a musical with the woman sitting next to him constantly on her phone, despite being asked to turn it off, Williamson took matters into his own hands. Literally. He grabbed the woman's phone and threw it across the room. We can rest assured our viewing experience is protected thanks to people like Kevin Williamson.

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