Wow! I can't believe this skull belonged to Yorick...
Ophelia, I wish to be buried with you!
Don't be foolish.. Let's duel!
In Elisnore, Hamlet and Horatio come up on two gravediggers pondering on whether or not Ophelia's death was accidental or if it was a suicide.
Hamlet recognizes a skull in the graveyard and realizes that it belonged to Yorick, a court jester from his childhood. He mourns over the fact that he was once a happy man and now he is in a grave.
During Ophelia's funeral, Laertes jumps in the grave and begs to be buried with her. Hamlet follows and challenges him to a duel. "Why, I will fight with him upon this theme until my eyelids no longer wag!" (255)