Much Ado About Nothing

Act II, Scene II and III: Why does Benedick hide when Claudio, Don Pedro, and Leonato come into talk?

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He can hear that they are talking about something important. Benedick suspects that it might involve him so he hides. Eavesdropping on conversation is a favorite plot vehicle in Shakespearean comedies.