Young blood put his hands on my daughter, this foo's crazy. Spy on him
Y'all can't fool me. I know my uncle sent y'all for me this ain't no game.
I AIN'T CRAZY. I'm finna write a scene that portrays what my uncle did and Imma watch his face turn white, I AIN'T PLAYIN'
Polonius tells Rosencrantz and Guildenstern to spy on Hamlet for Polonius believes Hamlet has gone crazy in love after Ophelia tells him how mad he looked and acted towards her.
"I am but mad north-north-west. When the wind is southerly, I know a hawk from a handsaw,"(Hamlet).
Hamlet, in his soliloquy, explains his plan for proving he is not mad and that his uncle is truly the murderer of his father. He explains that he will set a scene of the play to be exactly as how his uncle killed his father.