Cassius looks lean and hungry. We must not be surrounded by men like him Antony
I think he is fine Caesar. He can be trusted
I must throw these letters into Brutus's window before he is home.
Brutus and Cassius discuss how Caesar is not worthy of being king
Ok it is settled. I will not attend,
Don't go to the capitol today Caesar. I had a dream about your statue bleeding. I am afraid something bad is going to happen
I'm sorry Porsha, but I will have to attend
Caesar tells Antony Cassius looks lean and hungry. Cassius
Caesar, if you don't go to the Capitol they will think you are a coward!
Cassius throws fake letters into Brutus's window which he wrote as if he was different members of the community. The letters told Brutus that Caesar was not worthy of being king and that they wanted him as king instead
Beware the Ides of March
Him again? This man is crazy
Caesar's wife Porsha has a strange dream and tells Caesar not to go to the capitol. Caesar says he will not go
A conspirator tells Caesar if he doesn't go to the capitol, everyone will they he is a coward. Caesar decides to ignore Porsha and go. Porsha is worried but does not say anything
The soothslayer warns Caesar again about the Ides of March, Again, Caesar ignores, still thinking the soothslayer is mad