In this scene Lennie asks George about the farm that their both working for, and Lennie asks if he can take of the rabbits they get on this farm. Lennie is really excited about this because he loves the thought of his own farm and George likes theh thought of working for himself
George is telling Lennie about the farm and hopw much they have to work, and George hears someone come in and gets all defensive about if the old man heard them. He claims he didn't but Lennie goes on telling him about the farm and so does Lennie. Candy the old man tells them that he could be help on the farm and he has money to help pay for it. He says that he is going to be thrown off of this farm anyways because he's so old, so he could help them and be a little bit useful.
In this scene we are given two best friends, both candy and his old mut. This mut seems to the others to be in pain and is miserable because he can't walk or see. So one of the farm workers offer to put the dog down painlessly and after a lot of convincing he gives in. Letting another man put his dog down.
In this scene both Lennie and Candy tell the stable buck about the farm and how there leaving with George when they have enough money. The stable buck asks to join and if he can help work on the farm because he would like to work on a farm that seems way better than this one. The two don't see what would be wrong with it and agree to let him come. George come around and ask whats going on. They explain that that the stable buck was wanting to wokr on this new farm and they said he could. But George gets mad and said they weren't supposed to tell anyone else and walks away. The stable buck relizes he wasn't supposed to be apart of it and tells Candy that he was joking and wanted to part but really did.
In this scene I have chose the charaters Candy's wife and Lennie are talk in the barn about themselves. Lennie more just in his own world sorta listening and Candy's wife just ranting about how her life could be so much better and that she needs someone to talk. She feels like now she has someone to talk to and would listen.
This final scene is when George is tired of trying to help Lennie. Lennie has caused him to much trouble and George doesn't want Lennie to be hurt by the other men, so decides to kill Lennie himself, sparing Lennie the suffering. Leaving George to be a free man and keep himsleft out of trouble.