Long dry lectures by one of the most brilliant minds in Constituional Law jurisprudence: Erwin Chemerinsky. It was an honor and a chore.
What made it worst though were his constant corny puns. To wit:
Concerning a case about the government taxing wheat:
"I guess the government really wants its dough."
"What? I thought you'd all get a rise out of that."
[class groans more]
"But I'm on a roll!"
Tomorrow: graduation! Thank goodness I finally get a break from class (but not from the 4-6 hour homework schedule). Sleeping in today felt amazing!