Oh! I ain't saying he's bright. He ain't. But I say he's a damn good worker.
Look, if me an' Lennie work for a month an' don't spend nothing, we'll have a hundred bucks. That'd be four fifty. I bet I could swing her for that.
Come on George. Me an' you'll go in get a drink.
In this scene, the boss keeps asking Lennie questions about his talents, and George answers them for him while trying his best to emphasize how great of a worker Lennie is so he gets the job.
In this scene, George and Candy are planning on buying their own ranch. When they were talking George said that Lennie would come too to help out. This shows friendship because even though Lennie is mentally slow and is always getting into trouble, George still wants him to be with him and does not leave him behind.
In this scene, George had just shot Lennie and was crying until Slim came in and started talking to him. Slim did not ask George how it all happened, and instead offered him to get a drink.