Do you want me to tell you in-front of these people?
Let them all hear it. It is for them I suffer, more than for myself.
The King was said to be killed by highwaymen, and Apollo's trying to take avenge his death. Blood for blood.
Seek out the loyal clairvoyant to Apollo, Teiresias.
I am not wasting time with someone like that.
Oedipus steps out of his palace and sees his people impoverished by a sudden plague. After consulting with the priests, he meets up with Creon who tells him the news.
Hearing from Apollo, he says that the murderer of the previous ruler, Laius, must be punished. Creon, himself, couldn't avenge Laius because of the Sphinx deafing them until Oedipus came.
You did all of this!
Look at the facts!
Choragos tries to explain the situation of how what happened to King Laius. But in the end, he believes that the prophet, Teiresias, probably has some insight on the issue.
Don't worry about that, me and King Laius already killed our baby.
I had a fate that I was going to kill my father and marry my mother.
Teiresias tells Oedipus something that annoyed him, making Oedipus call him out as a betrayer and is outraged that he would do something that he'll believe would destroy the state.
You are all ignorant. I am never telling you what I know, Oedipus. Just know that misery is coming in your direction.
Oedipus and Creon have a falling out when Oedipus yelled out things such as murderer and coward. They argue, even to the point of Oedipus threatening to have Creon killed. They are seperated by Jocasta.
Jocasta, Oedipus's wife, tries to consult Oedipus. He tells her about a told fate that forced him to seperate from his "biological" parents. Jocasta tries to reason against this curse of his.