Take this potion and you will fall asllep for 42 hours.
Father, please forgive me for disrespecting you.
That's the attitude I was looking for.
After the discord with her parents Juliet came to Friar Lawrence for advice. This is important becuase it shows how Juliet depend on friar and they come up with the plan in this scene.
What if it doesn't work? What if it's poison? That doesn't matter, I can not marry Paris.
After some pensive thoughts Friar came up with the plan to give Juliet the potion. This is important because this is where Juliet gets the potion to fake her death.
Everything happens for a reason and she is in a better place now.
Noo, this is terrible.
Juliet used treachery to make her father think that she was truly sorry. This is very important because this make Capulet move the wedding date up to Wednesday which messes up the plan.
This is important because it is a soliloquy with Juliet in it. She is all alone talking to herself about taking the potion. She is scared to take it but ends up drinking it. She shows maturity here by evaluation the risk and reward of taking it.
This is important because Capulet shows he is lament over the death of his daughter. This is important to Friars plan to help Juliet get out of marriage. They think she is dead but she is not.
This scene is important because it is when Paris, Juliet, and Friar are talking. Friar is trying to delay the marriage but Paris insists. Juliet also says things that the audience understands but Paris doesn't. This is an example of dramatic irony.