FALSTAFF :Away, you scullion, you rampallion, you fustilarian! I’lltickle your catastrophe.
I found Act 2, Scene one quite amusing, because here we have Falstaff in trouble, again. Not only he owns money to the Hostess Quickly, but he owns her himself? The whole situation is ridiculous and the verbal “war” becomes even more interesting when Fang tries to arrest Falstaff. Everyone knows Falstaff good enough and easily a side could be taken, even accused Falstaff don’t want to apologize and pay the money so he just want to speak with the poor woman aside!