Act 4 Scene 2
Othello: You haven't seen anything then?
Emilia: No, and I haven't seen or heard anything either that I should be suspicious of.
Othello: Yes you have seen Casio and Desdemona together.
Emilia: Yes but I didn't see any harm done, and I heard everything that they said to each other.
Othello: Did they ever whisper?
Emilia: No, they didn't my Lord.
Othello: Or ask you to leave them to be alone?
Emilia: No they didn't
Othello: Not even to get her gloves, he mask, or anything?
Emilia: No, nothing.
Othello: That's strange.
Emilia: I promise to you Othello, that she is an honest woman and would do anything to hurt you. If anyone has tried to convince you that she's bad I hope god punishes him. If she isn't honest and true than there is no such thing as a happy couple.
Othello: Tell you to come here, go.
Othello: She says all the right things, but and maid would say the same thing. Desdemona is a tricky whore who would do harm, but still kneel and act like she hasn't done anything wrong, I've seen her do it.
Desdemona: My Lord, what do you want?
Othello: Please come here.
Desdemona: What can I do for you?
Othello: Come here and let me look at your face.
Desdemona: What horrible things are you thinking about?
Othello: (to Emilia) go do what you do best and leave, and shut the door behind you.
Desdemona: I can tell you are mad, please tell me what you mean by what you are saying.
Othello: Why would I? Who do you think you are?
Desdemona: I am your loyal and true wife.
Othello: Go ahead...