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SAMPSON: Gregory, I swear, we won't let them humiliate us. We won't take any trash from them!

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GREGORY: No, because then we'd be garbage men.

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SAMPSON: What I mean is, if they anger us, we'll pull out our swords.

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GREGORY: You should focus on pulling your neck out of trouble.

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SAMPSON: I hit hard when I'm angry.

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GREGORY: But it's hard to make you angry.

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SAMPSON: A dog of the house of Montague makes me angry. If I see one on the street, I'll take the side close to the wall and let him stand in the gutter.

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GREGORY: See, that means you're the weak one—weaklings get pushed to the wall.

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SAMPSON: You're right—that's why women get pushed to the wall: weakness.

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So what I'll do is push the Montague men into the street and the women to the wall.

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GREGORY: The quarrel's between our masters and us, the men who work for them.

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SAMPSON: It's all the same. I'll be a harsh master. After I fight the men, I'll be nice to the women—I'll cut off their heads.

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GREGORY: "Their heads?" You mean their maidenheads?*

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SAMPSON: Heads, maidenheads, whatever. Take it in any sense you'd like.

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GREGORY: It's the women you force yourself on who'd have to "take it."

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SAMPSON:...Oh, they'll take it all right. So long as I can keep it up. Everyone knows I'm a pretty piece of flesh.

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*Maidenheads: Virginity

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GREGORY: Ha! Better to be flesh than fish...Your "sword" looks like a shrivelled salt cod!

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Hey, pull out your tool! Here come men from the house of Montague!

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SAMPSON: I have my naked sword out. Fight, I'll back you up.

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GREGORY: How? By turning your back and running away?

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SAMPSON: Don’t worry about me.

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GREGORY: No. Really, I am worried about you!

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SAMPSON: Let's not break the law by starting a fight. Let them start something.

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GREGORY: I'll frown at them, and they can take it however they want.

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SAMPSON: However they dare. I'll bite my thumb at them—they'll be dishonored if they let me get away with it.

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ABRAM: Hey, are you biting your thumb at us?

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SAMPSON: (Is the law on our side if I say "yes?")

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GREGORY: (No.)

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SAMPSON: No sir, I'm not biting my thumb at you, sir, but I am biting my thumb sir.

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GREGORY: Hey, are you trying to start a fight?

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ABRAM: Start a fight? No sir.

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SAMPSON: If you want a fight, I'm your man. My master's as good as yours.

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ABRAM: But not better than mine.

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SAMPSON: Well, then.

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GREGORY: (Say "better." Here comes one of our employer's relatives.)

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SAMPSON: Yes, "better," sir.

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\nABRAM: You lie!

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SAMPSON: Draw your swords, if you are men! Gregory, use your slashing blow!!!

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BENVOLIO: Break it up, you fools! You don't know what you're doing!

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TYBALT: What, have you drawn your sword to fight alongside these worthless servants? Turn around, Benvolio, and look upon your death!

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BENVOLIO: I'm only trying to keep the peace! Either stow your sword or use it to help me stop this fight!

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TYBALT: What? You draw your sword and then speak of "peace?" I hate that word like I hate hell, all Montagues, and you.

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TYBALT: Let’s go, coward!

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CITIZENS: Get your clubs and spears! Down with the Montagues! Down with the capulets!

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Strike them! Beat them down!

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CAPULET: What's this? Give me my long sword! Come on!

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LADY CAPULET: You need a crutch! Why are you asking for a sword?!?

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CAPULET: I want my sword! Old Montague's here, and he's flashing his sword around to spite me.

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\nMONTAGUE: Capulet, you villain!

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MONTAGUE: Don't stop me! Let me go!

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LADY MONTAGUE: You're not taking one step toward an enemy.

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PRINCE ESCALUS: Rebels! Enemies of the peace!

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You who‘d turn your weapons against your neighbors—

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They won't listen to me?

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You beasts, who satisfy your anger with fountains of each others' blood!

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I'll have you tortured if you don't throw down your weapons and listen to your angry prince!

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PRINCE ESCALUS: Three times now, riots have broken out in this town...

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...All because of a casual word from you, Montague and Capulet.

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Three times the peace has been disturbed...

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...and Verona's old citizens have taken up their rusty weapons to part you.

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If you ever disturb the streets again, you'll pay with your lives.

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Capulet, come with me. Montague, this afternoon visit my court in old Freetown, to hear my further demands.

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As for the rest of you: leave this place or be put to death.

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\nMONTAGUE: Who started this old fight up again? Speak, nephew.

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BENVOLIO: Your servants were fighting your enemy's men when I got here. I drew my sword to part them. Then, that hothead Tybalt showed up—he taunted me and whipped his sword around.

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As we were trading blows, more and more people joined the fight, until the prince came and broke it up.

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LADY MONTAGUE: Where's Romeo? Have you seen him? Oh, I'm glad he wasn't here for this.

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BENVOLIO: Madam, I had a lot on my mind this morning, so just before dawn I went for a walk.

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Underneath the sycamore grove on the west side of the city, I saw your son.

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I made for him, but he saw me and stole into the woods.

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I assumed he was feeling the same way I was...wanting to be alone.

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I was only too happy to keep to myself.

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MONTAGUE: He's been seen there many mornings, adding his teardrops to the morning dewdrops. 

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But as soon as the sun rises, my sad son comes home, pens himself in his room, shuts the windows, and makes himself an artificial night.

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This mood of his is going to bring bad news, unless someone can fix what's bothering him.

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BENVOLIO: Noble uncle, do you know why he acts this way?

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MONTAGUE: I don't, and he won't tell me.

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BENVOLIO: Have you tried everything you can to make him tell you?

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MONTAGUE: I've tried. He doesn't want any friend but himself.

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He's shut himself up tight, like a beautiful flower bud being poisoned from within.

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BENVOLIO: Look, here he comes.

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If you don't mind, please step aside. He'll tell me what's wrong if I have to drag it out of him.

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\nMONTAGUE: I hope that you receive his true confession. Come madam, let's go.

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BENVOLIO: Good morning, cousin.

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ROMEO: Is it that early?

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BENVOLIO: It's just now nine o'clock.

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ROMEO: Oh my, time goes slowly when you're sad. Was that my father who left in such a hurry?

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BENVOLIO: It was...what’s making you sad and your hours so long?

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ROMEO: Not having the thing that makes them short.

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BENVOLIO: You’re in love?

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ROMEO: Out.

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BENVOLIO: Out of love?

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ROMEO: I love someone. She doesn't love me.

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BENVOLIO: Alas! Love looks sweet, but it's rough in actual experience.

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ROMEO: What's sad is, love is supposed to be blind, but it can still see a way to make you do what it wants.

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So, where should we eat? Oh!

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ROMEO: Blood! Was there a fight here?

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BENVOLIO: Um…

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ROMEO: No, don't tell me. I know all about it already.

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This fight had much to do with hatred, but more to do with love.

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O brawling love! O loving hate! O anything born from nothingness!

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Sad happiness! Serious foolishness!

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Beautiful things muddled together into an ugly mess!

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Love is heavy and light, bright and dark, sick and healthy. Asleep and awake.

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...Everything except what it is!

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ROMEO: This is the kind of love I have...but no one loves me back. 

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Hey, are you laughing?

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BENVOLIO: No, cousin, I'm crying. Because of how sad you are.  

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ROMEO: Yes! This is what love does!

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Love is a smoke made of lovers' sighs. When it clears, it becomes a fire burning in lovers' eyes.

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And when love is denied, you'll find an ocean made of lovers' tears.

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ROMEO: What else is love?

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It's a wise form of madness.

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It's a sweet lozenge you choke on.

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Sigh...

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Goodbye. cousin.

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BENVOLIO: Wait—I'll come with you!

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...If you leave me like this, you do me wrong!

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ROMEO: I have lost myself. I am not here.

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This is not Romeo. He's some other where.

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BENVOLIO: Tell me seriously, who is the one you love?

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ROMEO: "Seriously?" You want me to groan and tell you?

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\nBENVOLIO: Groan? No. But seriously, tell me who it is.

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ROMEO: You wouldn't tell a sick man he should "seriously" make out a will—it’d just make him worse. "Seriously," cousin, I love a woman.

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BENVOLIO: That's where I aimed when I guessed you were in love.

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ROMEO: Then you were right on target. The woman I love is beautiful. 

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BENVOLIO: Beautiful targets get hit the fastest.

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ROMEO: Well, there you've missed your mark. She refuses to be hit with Cupid's arrow.

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Shielded by the armor of chastity, she can't be charmed by words of love.

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She won't be assaulted by loving eyes, and she won't accept gifts of gold.

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BENVOLIO: So, she vowed to be a virgin forever?

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ROMEO: Yes, and by doing so. she recklessly wastes her beauty! She hoards it from future generations!

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She's sworn off love, and that promise has left me alive but dead, living only to talk about it now.

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BENVOLIO: Take my advice—don't think about her.

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ROMEO: Oh, teach me how to forget to think!

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BENVOLIO: Let your eyes wander freely. Examine other beauties.

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ROMEO: That will only make me realize how much more beautiful she is.

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A blind man can't forget the eyesight he lost.

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...Show me any beautiful girl. How can her beauty not remind me of the one whose beauty surpasses hers?

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Goodbye, cousin. you can't teach me to forget.

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BENVOLIO: I'll show you how, or else die owing you that lesson.

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