B-b-but...... George I like ketchup with my beans George
God dammit Lennie! I told you we aint got no ketchup.
George and Lennie decide to camp out by a lake and rest before getting to the ranch to work. For dinner they have a can of beans and Lennie repeatedly tells George that he wants ketchup with the beans even though they're too poor. This shows that Lennie is a little slow but George still takes care of him. This is shows that no matter what keep your friends close
My hair is very soft too. You can pet it if you want!
Candy is facing the wall on his bunk in this scene because Carlson is going to put Candy's old dog out of his misery. This scene is important because it shows how heartbroken Candy and how hard it was to let go of his dog since he had him when he was a puppy. Once as he heard the gunshot he broke down mourning his best friend. He was almost like a son to Candy. This scene proves that close relationships are very important in life.
*Thinks* I'm sorry Lennie.
In this scene Curly's wife tries flirting with Lennie and asks him to pet her hair because it is very soft. Lennie ends up petting her too hard and ends up killing her on accident. Lennie killed her just like all the pets he's had. Since Lennie just killed Curly's wife he will be arrested once they find him. If Curly didn't put herself in this situation then she would be alive still. This is a good example to watch what situations you put yourself in.
*face blushes* O-o-o-okay.....
Lennie ran to the woods after accidentally kills Curly's wife where George told him to go if anything ever happens. George meets him in the woods and decides to kill Lennie. He decides to kill Lennie his best and only real friend. He became tired of having to take care of Lennie all the time and him always getting trouble. He also knew that Lennie was in serious trouble so he put him out of his misery just like Candy's dog. This is a good example to not trust or rely on others all the time.