Julius Caesar Act 4

Julius Caesar Act 4

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  • Stay Alive?   (Scene 1)
  • Nah, I never liked my brother anyway.
  • Yeah. Nephew=dead. 
  • #besties
  • Wait For It   (Scene 1)
  • I mean...I think he's alright but let's do what we gotta do, man. 
  • I don't like that Lepidus fellow...
  • Talk Less...Smile More   (Scene 2)
  • What the heck, man?! I wrote you those dang letters and you ignored me.
  • The Second Triumvirate- Lepidus, Antony, and Octavius- create a list of people to kill off to make life more convenient. They're even chill with killing their own family. K.
  • Forgiveness- Can You Imagine?   (Scene 3)
  •  I'm sure you didn't mean to keep all that money from me, pal.
  • Nah, my page boy was a fool. You're my best bud, bud.
  • Antony and Octavius send Lepidus to go and get Caesar's will so that they can change it to gain more for their military. Hot bonus: they're getting money by stealing it from the Roman people. #philanthropy
  • The (Ten?) Duel Commandments   (Scene 3)
  • ...and they'll get tired and we'll beat 'em. Perfect plan. Wait for 'em.
  • We're gonna say Bruty wins. He's pretty gr8.
  • K thanks for the F4 answer but I got a better plan. Meet them at Phillipi. I know. Great, huh?
  • Cassius comes to see Brutus. He's mad at his bud, Brutus, because Bruty had a man punished for taking bribes. Cassius really liked this guy and he tried to write Brutus letters speaking on the behalf on this "good" bad guy- which Brute-man ignored.
  • I Imagine Death so Much it Feels More Like a Memory   (Scene 3)
  • Man this candle stinks. But who are you? Why are you here? 
  • "Judge me, you gods! wrong I mine enemies? And if not so, how should I wrong a brother?" P.S. Bud, let's take this inside
  • Although Cassius is mad at Brutus for ignoring his letters and humiliating his friend and Brutus is mad at Cassius for not giving him money, they both make excuses and go back to being friends...or allies.
  • Cassius tells Brutus and their friends that they should keep their army here and wait for Antony and Octavius' army to pursue THEM. Brutus disagrees and gives his "better idea" of meeting them in the middle, in Phillipi. As usual, Brutus wins the argument.
  • While everyone else is asleep, Brutus is visited by the ghost of Caesar who tells Brutus that he will meet him in Phillipi, where Brutus' army is getting ready to go and meet Antony and Octavius' army. 
  • Well, I'm the ghost of Caesar and I wanted to tell you that I'll see you at Philippi, bud.
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