Star-cross'd Episode 3: The Resurrection
In Episode 3, Romeo returns from the dead with the help of Friar Lawrence and the Apothecary. Using an old Saxon incantation, Lawrence with the help of "The Father" brings back a vengeful Romeo who smites down the decendents of both houses. An enraged Romeo forces the two soothsayers to perform the same incantation on Juliet, with dire consequences. She shuns Romeo after realizing the bloodshed he's caused and runs away even though she is with child. (Sets up three additional episodes about the child reuniting the houses.)
Star-cross'd Episode 1: The Fracture of the Houses
Prequel to Star-cross'd Episode 2: Romeo and Juliet. In it the history of the feud between the Montagues and the Capulets is discussed in great detail starting with the theft of an Ox six generations prior to Romeo and Juliet. Pretty much goes nowhere but sets the tension for episode 2.
Leopold Episode 1: Troy
Prequel to Ulysses, chaotic following of an average day in Dublin on the 15th of June 1904. A new character is introduced - James Budgen who parallels Hector in the Iliad. Each of the twenty-four chapters in Joyce's sequel/prequel Troy correspond to the generally accepted twenty four books of the Iliad.
Seriously. Can we stop with the farkin spinoffs already?