"I didn't tell you to get rid one love and replace her with another."
"You scolded me for loving Rosaline. The girl I love now returns my love. The other girl did not love."
"Finally, we became couple."
"You are now husband and wife."
"We shall live happily ever after."
Romeo goes out to find Friar Lawrence and asks him to marry them immediately. Friar Lawrence is confused because he thought Romeo loved Rosaline.
"Ha, banishment! Please be merciful, say "death".
"Oh, rude and unthankful boy! you commited a crime that is punishable by death, but our kind Prince took sympathy on you and ignored the law when he substituted banishment for death."
Friar Lawrence was shocked when he heard the news from Romeo. But he agreed to help with the secret wedding of them. He believed that this marriage will lead to turn the hatred between their families into pure love.
"You must marry me and Juliet on thursday."
On Thursday, sir? That's very soon.
Friar Lawrence marries them immediately. He was not feeling good with this plan but he did because he thinks this may end with good cause.
"Do the wedding but call my resolution wise, and with this knife I'll help it presently."
"Hold on, daughter, I see some hope. If you've made up your mind to kill yourself, then you'll probably be willing to try something like death to escape from shape."
Friar Lawrence informs him that he is banished from Verona. Romeo threatens to commit suicide. Romeo wants to see Juliet before he leaves the city. Friar Lawrence then comes up with a plan to help Romeo and Juliet to live together.
Friar Lawrence and Paris discuss Juliet and his wedding. But Friar had disagreement because Juliet was already married to Romeo.
Friar Lawrence proposes a plan in which Juliet will fake her death, then escape with Romeo. He hands Juliet a vial containing a potion that will help her fake her death.