Don't worry, Juliet. If they find me, then they'll find me. But yes, I should probably go. Goodbye, love!
Uh, Romeo? The sun is starting to rise, and the parole officers are still out looking for you.
They both leave, and Juliet rushes home.
Oh Juliet, stop crying over Tybalt. He will be okay, I assure you!
That Romeo has to die!
Don't worry, Juliet. Your father has arranged a perfect day for you! Guess what - you're getting married with Paris!
WHAT?! Me, with that nasty man?! Mom, you realize that marriage isn't allowed at age 13, right? And NO, I DON'T WANT TO MARRY HIM!
Night has nearly come to an end, and Romeo has gone under the radar for his parole sentence after severely injuring Juliet's cousin, Tybalt.
Juliet sneaks back into her room and begins to cry over Romeo's possible life sentence. Juliet's mother, who rushes over to her room after hearing her cry, is under the impression that Juliet is crying over Tybalt's incident.
Juliet, you ungrateful child! Do you know how spoiled you are? Count Paris is perfect for you, and I don't care how old you are!
But Dad, we don't live in the 1500's anymore! Nobody gets arranged marriages anymore, and dating sites exist if I wanted to find someone perfect, okay?
To try to make her happy, Juliet's mother proposes the idea of getting Juliet married with Paris, a close family friend.
Romeo's going to have to serve a long sentence, so meeting with him would be pretty difficult. If I were you, I would definitely marry Paris.
Juliet is appalled and disgusted by the idea of marrying Paris and quickly rejects it.
However, Juliet's father does not like how disagreeable Juliet is on the subject.
Juliet runs away from her house and goes to her Aunt Nurse to ask for advice. However, Nurse tells Juliet that maybe she should just give up and marry Paris. Feeling betrayed and upset, Juliet walks away.