Are you Lady Olivia's fool? I saw you at Orsino's place. I will give you money for the troubles.
Yes, and I will remain her fool until she is married. Foolery is everywhere. I am not a beggar for money.
Hello. Lady Olivia. My name is Cesario, your servant. I pity you for loving me. Orsino will not like what has been said.
Toby leaves after Olivia enters the scene
Are you going to see my niece? She is hoping to see people. You should go in to see her-
What is your name? You are Orsino's servant. I did send you a ring. I am in love with you. Please do not send any more of Orsino's messages to me.
Andrew you should stay and prove your power to her. You should challenge Cesario to a duel to prove it.
I am going to leave because Olivia loves Cesario. You are right. I should stay and do what you are suggesting.
You should stay. Lady Olivia might have just been lying to Cesario and making you jealous.
act 3 scene 1Viola and Feste
You followed me but I will not say anything else. Will you discover the town with me? I will use this and find you later on.
I wanted to stay but my desire to help was too strong. I have enemies here and I am wanted because of a fight with Orsino's court. I can lend you money to find things on your own, and you can find me if you need.
Where is Malvolio? Why is he acting strange. Well just call him in anyway. Malvolio, what is the matter with you? What are you talking about?
act 3 scene 1Viola, Toby, and Olivia
Hello Lady Olivia! I am wearing yellow stockings and cross garters like you told me to. Some are born great... achieve it... or have it thrust upon them!!
He is coming, but he is acting strange. He keeps smiling, I think he might be crazy. Malvolio what are you doing?
Malvolio is talking down to us like in the letter. We will tie him up and put him in a dark room. I will not deliver this letter, but I will send it by talking.
act 3 scene 2Toby, Andrew, and Fabian
This paper is very good. It has a strong meaning. This will be a good duel.
Read this letter I have written. It is for Cesario to read before we have a duel.