I'll take you at your word, call me "love" and I'll be newly baptized.
Deny your father and refuse your name and I'll no longer be a capulet.
Act 2 Scene 3
God forgive us! Have you been with Rosaline?
I've enjoyed something better than sleep.
Romeo leaves to go see Juliet and Benvolio and Mercutio are telling him his love is blind and mock him.
Act 2 Scene 4
Where the devil can this Romeo be?
Romeo sneaks into Capulet Orchard and declares his love for Juliet Then Juliet confesses to the night that, if Romeo will swear his love, she will "no longer be a Capulet."
Act 2 Scene 5
Oh sweet Nurse! What news? Have you found him?
Friar Lawrence is filling his basket with deadly weeds and flowers and Romeo greets him early in the morning. Friar Lawrence believes Romeo hasn't slept and when Romeo tells him he enjoyed something better than sleeping, he assumes Romeo was with Rosaline.
Act 2 Scene 6
Mercutio and Benvolio search for Romeo while blaming Romeo's absence on his love for Rosaline and then later discover that Tybalt has sent Romeo a challenge to duel.
Why, that pale-faced, hard-hearted wench, that Rosaline, torments him to distraction!
Juliet waits for the Nurse to come back with a message from Romeo. When the Nurse comes back, she plays a little game by refusing to tell Juliet anything and complaining about her aching back.
Give me a moment, My, how my bones ache!
Romeo and Friar wait for Juliet and again Friar warns Romeo about the hastiness of his decision to marry.
May heaven smile upon this holy ceremony and may sorrow never punish us for it in days to come.