Othello Act II

Othello Act II
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  • Oh my love, I've never been happier in my life, now that I see you. The war is over, and now we must celebrate. Come my wife, let us go be happy together
  • The war with the Turks is over, but people are still very on edge about it. Othello and Desdemona are still celebrating their marriage with their friends, but the excitement is to be kept at a minimum.
  • I'm so glad you're safe and I hope we stay as happy as this for the rest of our lives together.
  • Now let us drink to celebrate this joyous occasion!
  • Iago wants everyone to celebrate with a drink. Only because he wants Cassio to loose his cool. He's suppose to be on guard for Othello, but Iago convinces him to have a drink anyway.Iago wants everyone to celebrate with a drink. Only because he wants Cassio to loose his cool. He's suppose to be on guard for Othello, but Iago convinces him to have a drink anyway.
  • Uhh, I don't know about this..
  • Whatever it takes to numb the pain of loving a married woman.
  • Wonderful idea!
  • Tell everyone there is a riot.
  • Cassio has a drink and tries to hurt Roderigo. Montano jumps in his way and tells him to calm down. Cassio then strikes Montano and they begin to brawl. Meanwhile Iago is telling Roderigo to tell the town there is a riot. (mainly to get Othello's attention)
  • You are a fool to get in my way!
  • Cassio is drunk and got a little carried away, that's all!
  • What is the meaning of all this?
  • Othello comes down and demands to know what happened with Cassio and Montano. Iago tries to act like he doesn't want Cassio to get into any trouble, this is mainly to gain Othello's trust even more.
  • You leave me no choice but to fire you.
  • This can't be happening. My reputation!
  • Othello reluctantly fires Cassio and goes back inside. Cassio begins freaking out about his reputation being ruined. Iago tells him to talk to Desdemona in the morning so he can get his job back. This is a ploy to get Othello to see Desdemona and Cassio together alone.
  • Tomorrow I will have my wife talk to Desdemona about seeing Cassio alone, I will make sure the Moor see's them together. His jealousy will overcome him, and that sweet Othello everyone thinks they know will disappear.Nobody will have a happy ending if I have any say in this.
  • The Act concludes with Iago talking to himself about his evil plan to get Othello to think Desdemona is cheating him on him with Cassio. And then he explains who he will use to do that.
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