My name is Harrison Buergeron. I am here to lead you!
Hazel and George are watching the news and Hazel starts crying. They live in a world where everybody is equal
Harrison Bergeron, Hazel and George's son, has escaped from prison as they watch the ballerinas
Harrison breaks in and tears off his handicaps. He asks for a woman to step forward to be his Empress. One ballerina does.
Why was I said again?
They started dancing to show the others about beauty and life.
The woman in charge quickly shuts everything down and kills both of them. Their attempt to break away from society is thwarted in seconds.
Hazel and George cannot remember why they are sad. This represents the theme which is complete equality is to much because it does not let people feel. In this case, Hazel and George cannot grief their sons death.