You should not have believed me, for virtue cannot so inoculate our old stock but we shall relish it. I loved you not.
I was the more deceived.
... takes off his crown, kisses it, pours poison in the sleeper's ears, and leaves him.
[Claudius rises.] ... [All but Hamlet and Horatio exit.]
Hamlet and Ophelia are being watched as they converse. Hamlet behaves in such a rude manner, even claiming that he never loved her (127).
... But, O, what form of prayer can serve my turn? "Forgive me my foul murder"? That cannot be since I am still possessed of those effects for which I did the murder...
The players perform the act Hamlet proposed. Player king places poison in Hamlet's father's ear (143).
[He kills Polonius by thrusting a rapier through the arras.]
O me, what hast thou done?
Claudius leaves the play after player king murders his brother. Hamlet and Horatio stay behind and discuss how the king behaved during the play (151).
A murdered and a villain, a slave that is not twentieth part of the tithe of your precedent lord; a vice of kings, a cutpurse of the empire and the rule, that from a shelf the precious diadem stole and put it in his pocket—
O speak to me no more! These words like daggers enter in my ears. No more, sweet Hamlet!
Hamlet wants to stab his uncle-father but he believes he will go to heaven if praying while murdered, so he does not. The king could not pray because he felt guilty (165).
Hamlet goes to talk with his mother, where he speaks disrespectfully so Polonius gets out from hiding and Hamlet ends up stabbing him. He was upset that it wasn't king Claudius (171).
Hamlet's mother is shocked about Hamlet killing Polonius, but all Hamlet can do is blame her second husband of committing the wrongdoing of killing Hamlet's father (177).