What happens when Juliet apologizes to her father?
Juliet comes into the main hall to speak with her father. He is cheerful and his spirits are further uplifted when Juliet apologizes and assures him that henceforward, until Paris becomes her master, she will be ruled only by her father.
Juliet returns home, where she finds Capulet and Lady Capulet preparing for the wedding. She surprises her parents by repenting her disobedience and cheerfully agreeing to marry Paris. Capulet is so pleased that he insists on moving the marriage up a day, to Wednesday—tomorrow.
She apologizes for being a bratty teenager and says she'll marry Paris. Lord Capulet is overjoyed and decides the marriage will take place the next day, even if he has to stay up all night making preparations.
Capulet enters the chamber. When he learns of Juliet's determination to defy him, he becomes enraged and threatens to disown Juliet if she refuses to obey him.
Juliet promises her father that she will marry Paris, even though she knows that Romeo and herself have other plans.
Juliet returns from Friar Lawrence's cell; she tells her father that she is sorry for disobeying him and Friar Lawrence has advised her to get on her knees and beg for her father's forgiveness (which Juliet does).
She tells her father that she will abide by his wishes and agree to marry Paris. Lord Capulet is so overjoyed at the news that he decides to move the wedding from Thursday to Wednesday.
Many suggest that the Capulet's dramatic response to Juliet's death is an overreaction and possibly fake. The Nurse screams constantly. Lady Capulet suggests herself dying too. Lord Capulet is sad and angry about the terrible timing.
Why does Tybalt become so upset, and how does Capulet respond to his rage? He is upset because he sees Romeo at his party and their families do not like each other. Capulet tells him not to fight tonight.
Juliet tells her father that she will agree to follow his wishes and marry Paris. Juliet is, however, carrying out Friar Laurence's plan to deceive her family, avoid marrying Paris, and reunite with Romeo.
How does Juliet reconcile with her father?
After when Juliet defies her father, she tries to appease her father by begging him for forgiveness and kneels down to let him know that she is in full control of Capulet. Juliet comforts her father by promising to marry Paris which is his initial demand, but this changes his overlook on his daughter once again.
What promise does Juliet make to her father? that he will always rule her and she will obey him.
Juliet refuses to marry and her father threatens to disown her. Juliet begs her mother to help her but she refuses and leaves Juliet with the the Nurse, who also tries to convince her to marry Paris.