You are selected Tituba, you are chosen to help us cleanse our village. So speak utterly Tituba.
I saw George Jacobs with Devil! I saw Good Howe with Devil!
I'm not always hated, but when I am, I give people a great reason to keep hating.
John Proctor, I love you.
It is nighttime and all five of the girls go to the woods with Tituba and practice dark magic and dance. Soon, Rev. Paris discovers the girls and sees Abigail and Betty. He is shocked at what he just witnessed.
Lies and Deceit
Mr. Parris never admits his wrong-doings. He has too much pride.
You're in love with me, not with her!
Abigail and Proctor have an affair and she wants to be with him but he does not want a relationship with her because he has a wife named Elizabeth.
The ladies accused Tituba of doing witchcraft when all of them know the real truth and was there in the woods with Tituba when she performed it.
Confess you, witch!
Abigail wants revenge against Elizabeth Proctor. She says that Elizabeth is a sickly wife to John. She thinks he needs her and not Elizabeth. She wants to prove who John really loves.
He redeems himself in his execution-his life is no longer a lie and Elizabeth understands why.