You mean the world to me father, more than any marriage.
I see that you agree with my decision.
Yes, you are not the voice of the people and you should consider the side of the people.
So you disagree with my decision!!!?
Love conquers all.
Haemon tells his father that he thinks he knows better than him and that his wisdom means more to him than any marriage.
Haemon tells his father that the people of Thebes think what Antigone did wasn't wrong and that she just wanted to bury her brother. Creon gets mad at Haemon for saying his decision isn't right.
The Choragus talks about how loves conquers everything and has destroyed the relationship of father and son. Now that Haemon is going against his father Creon because he loves Anitgone or at least thinks her punishment is unjust.