That which hath made them drunk hath made me bold; what hath quenched them hath given me fire.
Act 2, Scene 3
What's the business, that such a hideous trumpet calls to parley the sleepers of the house? Speak, speak.
Banquo is haunted with the witches prophecy. He had cursed thoughts by the witches. Macbeth denies the thoughts about the witches prophecy Banquo shares with him. Lastly Macbeth exits to kill the king.
Act 2, Scene 4
Lady Macbeth drugged the guards of Duncan's chamber. She waits for Macbeth to return from killing Duncan and frames the guards. She washes the blood of themselves believing it will be erased.
Macduff finds Duncan murdered by the guards. Macbeth pretends to not know what has happened. Macbeth kills the servants and guards when he is questioned and says that he did it out of rage but it was in fact to prevent the guards from saying anything. Malcolm and Donaldbain plan to flee for their lives. Malcolm to England and Donaldbain to Ireland.
Macduff comes and states that there are suspicions that the sons of Duncan did it because they fled the country. Macduff announces that Macbeth has gone to Scone to be king.