Flavius and Murellus remove the decorations from Caesar's statues. Caesar, as seen above, does not have any decorations.
The One With The Backstory
Caesar enters the town square with Antony. Caesar asks Antony to touch Calpurnia during the race. Antony says that since Caesar said, it must be done.
The One With The Shady Friends
Soothsayer tells Caesar to beware the ides of March. Caesar ultimately brushes him off and does not worry about it.
The One With The Danger Ahead
Cassius tells of a time when he saved Caesar's life. By telling this story, he is trying to prove that Caesar cannot be trustworthy or a great leader.
Caesar tells Antony that Cassius is dangerous, but Antony tells him not to worry. Caesar says that he will just avoid Cassius. He then asks Antony to come to his right ear- he is deaf in his left ear- and tell him what he thinks of Cassius.
Three odd things happen which cause a lot of distress. Casca sees a slave who is on fire but is not burning. The same day, a lion is seen in the streets near the capitol. The third and final peculiar thing that day was that there was an owl sitting in daylight! When putting these three events together, Casca declares that these are bad omens and there is danger ahead.