"I was just tryin' to pet her dress George, honest."
"Hey, don't leave us here. It's just down the road."
"Okay, Lennie. But I tell this story too many times."
"Tell me about the rabbits George."
At the beginning of the book, George is yelling at Lennie about grabbing the girl's dress. Lennie says he didn't do anything, except try to pet her dress. The girl freaked out and screamed and ran. Then men were chasing after them.
"What are you laughing at?"
In this scene of the book, the bus driver lies to Lennie and George and says he can't go any further. George responds by saying it's only a couple of miles down the road. The bus driver closes the door but then drives down the road and leaves them there.
"Go put him back now."
"Can I keep him?"
"Come on Candy, that dog smells terrible. And look at him, you're not helping him by keeping him alive. Let me shoot it."
After Lennie and George get dropped off, they find somewhere to sit and sleep for the night and George tells Lennie about the dream.
"I can't shoot him. I've had him too long. Since he was just a pup."
In this scene, Lennie and Curley were fighting because Slim stood up to him and Lennie started laughing. He then walked over to Lennie and started attacking Lennie, but Lennie didn't fight back. George then commanded Lennie to fight back and caught his fist mid-air and crushed it.
Lennie tries to be sneaky and hide a puppy in his jacket and George catches him and tells him to go put it back now because it's not even a day old.
In this scene, Carlson was yelling at Candy saying his dog smelled and he needed to shoot it. After a long argument Candy finally handed over the dog.