Sampson and Gregory are talking about fighting Montagues.
Romeo is telling Juliet she must hide.
Juliet is arguing with her mother about clothing.
The prince is discussing war plans with a soldier.
Any man who stands between him and his fortune.
Every Montague dog in the city.
Whoever told of their secret plan.
The Montague women.
He bites his thumb.
He lays a finger alongside his nose.
He spits in their path.
He flicks the backs of the fingers of his left hand against the underside of his chin.
He tells his son to run and get the prince.
He immediately kills Sampson, who he knows from earlier encounters.
He tries to walk away, but is recognized and chased.
He intervenes and tells the men to stop fighting.
He is confrontational and threatening.
He is conciliatory.
He seems to be ignoring him.
He seems frightened of Benvolio.
The three recent brawls between Capulets and Montagues.
The city fires that have caused widespread looting.
The fact that people have not volunteered to fight for their king.
The seemingly endless rain that has washed away all the local crops.
Especially silly and playful, as if in love.
Overly talkative, eager to interject his opinion in any conversation about love.
Dejected and sullen, keeping to himself and shutting himself in his room.
More like a man than he's ever seen him.
Look at other women as a way to not think of the one he loves.
Stop talking so much about love, as it makes him seem weak.
Wear his sword near his right hand at all times.
Think of himself as taller than the trees, stronger than the wind.
Only the king, his family, and the Christian God.
He will not say.
The sun and stars, for only they seem immune from change.
Paris wants to know if Juliet has ever expressed an interest in marrying a man who was not wealthy.
Paris wants Capulet to ask Juliet which color wedding dress she would prefer.
Paris wants to marry Juliet, and wants Capulet to give permission.
Paris would like Capulet to hand Juliet a note proposing marriage on behalf of Paris's uncle, whose wife is now dead.
They are far too easily influenced to marry because everyone else their age is getting married.
They are too young to marry.
They are already past their prime, and have a much more difficult time finding wealthy husbands.
He does not express an opinion on this issue.
A secret lesson in sword fighting to be held by Capulet's old army friend.
A feast at the Capulets'.
The wedding of his niece.
The holiday Mass.
He asks Romeo to read it.
He asks Romeo to deliver it to Montague.
He asks Romeo to initial it.
He asks Romeo to take it to the innkeeper, who the servant fears.
Attend the holiday Mass disguised as priests-in-training.
Pretend to be members of Capulet's niece's wedding party.
Attend the feast at the Capulet's house.
Protect the Montague household from attack.
The sisters of County Anselmo
Any women with his sight
Whether Juliet speaks of nightmares
Where Juliet has been going every morning
The nurse fed Juliet bread soaked in sweet tea.
The nurse let Juliet suck her knuckle until she fell asleep.
The nurse gave Juliet a bottle of warm goat's milk.
The nurse put wormwood on her breast.
A lunar eclipse
A great fire in Lisbon
A high tide that came at the wrong time
Herself in the mirror
Becoming a nun
Her father's blessing
They are dressed as Spanish soldiers.
They are dressed as women.
They are wearing powdered wigs.
They are wearing masks.
Eat the strange foods being prepared.
Challenge Tybalt to a fight.
The candles are useless because the sun is shining.
Their silver swords are reflecting sunlight as if they were carrying fire.
Though it is night, they are wasting their torchlight by standing and talking.
They will soon grow tired because they have not eaten since noon, when the sun was still shining.