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ACT IV, SCENE IV

It's three o'clock in the morning. While Juliet lies seemingly dead in her room, the rest of the house is busy. Lord Capulet is checking on all of the food preparations. He's having a good time ordering everyone around, but the Nurse orders him to go to bed. She tells him he'll be sick in the morning if he stays up all night. Lord Capulet laughs that he's stayed up for less important things and it's never bothered him. Lady Capulet throws in that they are all aware that he used to be a ladies' man.



Capulet starts making jolly puns with the servants, and tells them that Paris is bringing the musicians. As he says that, they hear music outside, and Capulet jumps to life. Paris is coming! He tells the Nurse to run and wake Juliet.

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