What do you want to do then? Banish me? (Line 687)
No, certainly; kill you, not banish you. (Line 686)
For shame! Why have you raised this foolish squabbling brawl? (Line 699)
"I'll go...and they have known my innocence." (Line 740)
On the steps of the palace castle in Episode 2, Oedipus openly confronts Creon and boldly accuses him of killing King Laius, even saying that he wants him killed for treason!
"Creon said that I'm the murderer of Laius" (Lines 761-762)
"The king was killed by foreign highway robbers at a place where three roads meet." (Lines 775-776)
After hearing a commotion outside, Jocasta comes out to find her husband (and son) and her brother arguing outside, and is appalled to see them openly yelling about such a controversial and important topic.
After being approached by Jocasta, Creon decides to leave, but attempts to compromise with Oedipus, saying that he should not be killed without conclusive evidence that he indeed killed the king.
"Send some one for the peasant to bring him here." (Line 929)
What's going on? This couldn't have happened!!
"I will do nothing except what pleases you." (Lines 931-932)
Jocasta begged Oedipus to tell her what was wrong, and he described how Tiresias claimed that he had killed the king. She described the part the prophecy she knew, and described that it was impossible because she thought the killer of Oedipus was dead.
Suddenly, as Jocasta detailed how the murder took place at a crossroad, Oedipus had a flashback of the night that he had killed a man at the same crossroad she was describing.
Oedipus realized that he had indeed killed the king as he began to recount the night, but he does not realize that the king was his father. However, Jocasta revealed an important detail, as there was one survivor, a servant who had since been released. Oedipus asked Jocasta to find the man so he could give an account of the night.