John and Elizabeth discussing Abigail's accusation
Go with Abigail!
And tell her what?!
Mary Warren comes back from the Salem witch trial
why thank you
Look what I made today in court
Reverend Hale visits to talk about the accusations
Why, Mr. Hale! come in, come in
ELIZABETH: John, with so many in jail, more than Cheever’s help is needed now, I think. Would you favor me with this? Go to Abigail. PROCTOR, his soul hardening as he senses: What have I to say to Abigail? ELIZABETH, delicately: John—grant me this. You have a faulty understanding of young girls. There is a promise made in any bed— PROCTOR, striving against his anger: What promise!
Proctor Informs Hale that the children's sickness had nothing to do with witchcraft
The children's sickness had nothing to do with that
"Mary Warren: I made a gift for you today, Goody Proctor. I had to sit long hours in a chair, and passed the time sewing. Elizabeth: Why, thank you, it's a fair poppet. "Proctor: Mary. Is it true? There be fourteen women arrested? Mary Warren: No, Sir. There be thirty-nine now"
Ezekiel Cheever and Herrick arrive with a warrent
good evevning to you Proctor
"Proctor: Business of the court? Hale: No-no, I come on my own, without the court's authority. Hear me. I know not if you are aware, but your wife's name is-mentioned in the court"
Elizabeth is led away
Out with you!
"Proctor: I-I have no witness and cannot prove it, except my word be taken but I know the children's sickness had naught to do with Witchcraft." "Hale: Naught to do-?"
Naught to do with it?
"Cheever: I am given sixteen warrant tonight, sir, and your wife is one of them. Proctor: Who charged her? Cheever: Why, Abigail Williams charged her. Proctor: On what proof, What proof?"
"Proctor, ripping warrant: Out with you! Cheever: You've ripped the deputy Governor's warrant, man! Proctor: Damn the Deputy Governor! Out of my house!"