Wait a minute. Juliet is already married to Romeo!
Can you grant me your blessing and allow me to marry Juliet
Act 4, Scene 1
whispers the plan into Juliet's ear.
Act 4, Scene 2
Father I am sorry for what I have done. I will do what you say and marry paris.
When Friar Lawrence is reluctant to allow Paris to marry Juliet because of the fact that Juliet is already married to Romeo
Act 4, Scene 3
What am I gonna do about this?
Friar Lawrence´s plan was to allow Juliet to drink the potion that he prepared for her before the wedding. Then she will fall into a deep sleep for 42 hours and play dead until Romeo returns and takes her to Verona.
Act 4, Scene 4
After Juliet talks to her father and apologizes for her actions towards him, she told her father that she will obey and also do anything he says from now on. However, Lord Capulet decided to move her wedding with Paris to Wednesday.
Act 4, Scene 5
We should be happy for her. So please dry up your tears.
Lady Capulet offers to help Juliet with her wedding night. Juliet thinks about the consequences that could occur. Then Juliet drinks the potion.
In the brief scene, it is the wedding day for both Paris and Juliet. And Juliet is not even dead because she drank the potion that Friar Lawrence gave her.
Friar Lawrence tries to comfort the Capulet family by saying to them that you made her with the help of heaven, you need to dry up your tears and put your Rosemary on her beautiful corpse. He also told them that in custom, she should be dressed in her best clothes. And it is natural for us to shed tears for her, but the truth is, we should be happy for her.