Gilgamesh shouts that Enkidu is a coward and weakling for not coming in to fight.
But Enkidu just laughs. He is very happy to stay with his friends, the animals. He doesn't care what humans say or think. But Gilgamesh is in big trouble, Enkidu has the city on its knees, and everybody knows it.
Should Gilgamesh try to impress Enkidu with beauty of his magnificent city? Or send out prostitutes to weaken him through sex? Or show him the ease and comfort in a city, make him soft and weak? Or do something else?