The Tragedy of Julius Caesar: Act IV

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  • Scene I: In Marc Antony's Home
  • These many, then, shall die; their names are pricked.
  • Yo, I don't like that Lepidus
  • Scene I Cont.
  • Fine. I shall keep him for the labor.
  • Oh. give him a chance, Antony.
  • Oh yeah? Well you did not give me the money for my legions even though you obviously have it with your itch palm!
  • Scene III:Near Sardis in Brutus' tent
  • You humiliated Lucius Pella and ignored my letters!
  • It is a year and a half after Caesar's assassination. Marc Antony, Octavius, and Lepidus create a hit-list of men. Soon after, Antony sends Lepidus to fetch Caesar's will in order to change it for the Second Triumvirate's benefit.  
  • Scene III Cont.
  • Antony and Octavius are alone, and Antony trash talks Lepidus. He states that Lepidus is only kept around to do the hard labor. 
  • Scene III Cont.
  • Here.
  • Why comest thou?
  • Brutus is met by Cassius. Both parties have reason to be upset with each other. 
  • Scene III Cont.
  • In runs in a poet to stop his leaders from ripping each other apart.
  • Y'all need to take a chill pill.
  • Philippi.
  • Brutus and Cassius have made up. They are joined by Messala and Titinius to decide whether they go to Philippi and meet Antony and Octavius or stay here and wait for Antony and Octavius to arrive.
  • Philippi.
  • Brutus is going to bed with Lucius, Varro, and Claudius when he is visited by a ghost from his past...
  • To tell thee thou shalt see me at Philippi.
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