She reproves him for lying that he had gone to Francofonte and tells him he was seen near Lola's house by her husband. He asks if that is how she rewards the love that he gave her, even if Alfio should kill him. She tries to get him to say he loves Lola, but he denies it. He refuses to be a slave to her jealousy.
Behind the scenes, we hear Lola singing a lighthearted ditty about a flower. As she enters, she pauses as she sees Turiddu and Santuzza, and then inquires if he has seen Alfio.
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Turiddu says that he himself just arrived in the piazza. Lola says Alfio must be at the forge, and she must not linger.
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She asks what function they were doing in the piazza. He says that Santuzza was telling him a story, at which Santuzza starts talking about Easter. Lola asks Santuzza if she is not going to mass. Santuzza says no, only those do not go who know they are not guilty. Lola responds with "I bow before you," to which Santuzza answers bitterly, "You speak well. Lola mocks them saying that the Lord will assist them, and then she enters the church. Alfio approaches. Santuzza tells him that his wife went to mass with Turiddu and proceeds to blurt out the whole story of Lola's unfaithfulness.
At first he threatens her, not believing what she has said, but he is finally convinced. Then she is suddenly ashamed of what she has told him.
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He says it is they who should be ashamed, and he will have his revenge upon them. Santuzza, dazed by thoughts of the tragedy her jealousy may cause, leaves, and the square is deserted. After the Intermezzo, people emerge from the church and assemble before Mamma Lucia's tavern. Turiddu is in high spirits, for Lola is with him and Santuzza is not there. He invites friends to enjoy his mother's wine. Alfio enters, and Turiddu offers him a glass, which is gruffly refused.
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