Where's Potpan?! Take away the plates, forks, and knifes!
Welcome, everyone! Let's dance. DJs, turn up the music.
Long time no see, cousin!
He must be a Montague.
Wow, that girl is hottt!
Peter, a servant of the Nurse, orders the men to put away the utensils after the feast has come to an end in Lord Capulet's mansion. They drive to a dance studio.
Why are you angry?
That villain, Romeo is here.
Leave him alone.
I'm praying for you to kiss me. Please grant my prayer.
At the dance studio, Lord Capulet welcomes all the guests to his party, including the Montagues. Everyone begins to dance to the music.
You kiss formally!
When Romeo's attention is caught by Juliet and he praises her beauty, Tybalt notices that his worst enemy is at the party.
Good night, guests!
She's a Capulet?!
I've pledged to my enemy!
Romeo is a Montague.
Tybalt, a Capulet, proceeds to tell Lord Capulet about this. Lord Capulet says Romeo is being a civilized gentleman and scolds him for his disrespect. Tybalt leaves. Meanwhile, Romeo asks Juliet to kiss him.
While the others dance, Romeo and Juliet kiss. Neither know that one action could determine their future.
The Nurse tells Romeo that Juliet is the daughter of Lady Capulet. She then tells Juliet that the man she kissed is her enemy. Will their secret be kept? Or revealed?