Proteus insinuates that he will rape her ("I'll force thee yield to my desire"), but at this point, Valentine intervenes and denounces Proteus. Horrified at what has happened, Proteus vows that the hate Valentine feels for him is nothing compared to the hate he feels for himself. Convinced that Proteus' repentance is genuine, Valentine forgives him and seems to offer Silvia to him.
Aside from that, the most famous thing about the play is Speed's hilarious monologue about his dog. That's the kind of scene that's perfect for a "selected scenes from Shakespeare" presentation, since it works with no context and is from a play that most people will never watch in its entirety.