In this scene, Balthasar went from Verona to tell Romeo the devastating news about Juliet's "death". Obviously, he felt mournful and bitter so he went to the apothecary to die alongside his devotedness; Juliet.
her body lays low in the Chapel Monumenta and her immortal part where angels live.
i DEFY YOU, STARS!
Romeo arrived in the apothecary in Verona and purchased a drink of poison so that he can consume it and die alongside Juliet but little did he know that Juliet wasn't dead and she just pretended to look like she's dead by drinking the potion Romeo's dead gave to Juliet.
Drink it off, and if you had the strength of 20 men, it would dispatch you straight.
Let me have a dram of poison! Such soon-speeding gear as will disperse itself through all the veins that the life-weary taker may fall dead.
As Romeo says his last words, he then drinks the poison to die alongside her as her husband. But then he then realizes the poison tastes like... Juice? And Romeo slowly felt the effect of the poison. He then realizes that the poison itself is...
Shall I believe that unsubstantial death is amorous... a dateless bargain, to engrossing death.
What? It's swapped! But Romeo's already feeling the effect of the potion so he'd have to sleep for the next two hours.
Mine own juicy flav'r'd sleeping potion! i accidentally swapp'd t with thy poison!
a few moments, after; Juliet woke up from her sleeping potion and found Romeo on the ground sleeping; the person who works at the apothecary told Juliet what happened. They went to their families to explain their marriage since the two families' feud is over .
Don't be worried, he's just going to sleep in for two hours..