Me and Juliet need to get married as soon as possible.
Tells Juliet his secret plan on how to get away from the marriage
I'm sorry. I'll marry Paris
Act IV Summary by Kelson Marlowe
By: Kelson Marlowe
Friar Lawrence tries to solve an impossible problem. Paris wants to marry Juliet immediately,but Juliet secretly tells the Friar she will kill herself before she weds Paris.The Friar, wanting to help, tells Juliet to agree to marry Paris, but the night before she will fake her own death with a sleeping potion. She will be taken to the Capulet tomb and he will arrange to have Romeo waken her and take her to the city of Mantua. Juliet agrees and the Friar gives her the sleeping potion.
Juliet & Paris
Juliet finds Lady Capulet and Capulet preparing for the wedding as she returns home. She shocks her parents by apologizing for her defiance and happily consents to marry Paris. Being pleased with Juliet, Capulet moves the wedding a day up to to the next day. Juliet heads to her chambers to prepare for her wedding. Capulet heads off to tell Paris the news.
Juliet asks both the nurse and Lady Capulet to let her be alone for the night in her bedroom. While in her bedroom, she wonders what will happen once she drinks the potion in the vial Friar Lawrence gave her. What if the Friar is untrustworthy and seeks to hide his role in her marriage to Romeo, she might die; or, if Romeo is late getting her from the tomb, she might awaken and become mad by fear. She drinks the potion.
Next Morning the Capulet house is entirely occupied with preparations for the wedding. Lady Capulet sends the nurse to fetch Juliet.
The nurse walks into Juliet's bed-chamber; she sees Juliet dead. She cries and later is joined by Capulet and Lady Capulet. Later, with a group on musicians, Paris and Friar Lawrence arrive. When he learns what has happened, Paris joins in the mournings. Friar tells them all that she is now in a better place and asks them all to leave, and they comply while mourning for Juliet.