That water looks dirty, Lennie, it might not be good.
C'mon, you big bastard! Do something!
George and Lennie are introduced in this scene of them by a river. Lennie puts his head in the water and takes a long drink, while George looks at him, worried about the conditions of the water.
I done a real bad thing.
In this scene, Carlson shoots Candy's old dog because he says the dog isn't any good to itself. This foreshadows George shooting Lennie at the end of the book.
Maybe we should just lock up Lennie.
No way! I'm shooting that bastard myself!
Curley and Lennie fight each other in this scene. Lennie ends up hurting Curley and Curley has to wear a cast on his hand for the rest of the book.
In this scene, Lennie accidentally kills Curley's wife by snapping her neck. He feels her hair and when she tells him to stop, he doesn't, and she starts to freak out. Lennie panics and accidentally kills her.
When Curley sees his wife dead, he becomes outraged and says he's going to shoot Lennie. George trys to convince him not to, but Curley doesn't listen.
In the end of the book, George shoots Lennie with Carlson's luger. George did this because he felt that things could get worse for Lennie if he doesn't shoot him himself.