"What is he that build stronger than either the mason, the shipwright, or the carpenter?"
Sweets to the sweet, farewell!
The King, the King's to blame!
The gravedigger cracks a joke with the (other) while digging a grave. Meanwhile Hamlet and Horatio make their way to the cemetery.
Queen Gertrude pays her respects to Ophelia and spreads flowers over her grave. She wishes Ophelia would've been Hamlet's wife.
The final scenes of the book, Hamlet stabs Laertes and Laertes gets a slice on Hamlet. Laertes tells Hamlet that the king wanted to kill him and it was all the King's plan. Hamlet then goes on to poison and kill the king meanwhile the Queen had died to the poisoned drink.