GUILDENSTERN: He’s in his chambers now, and he’s extremely upset.
HAMLET: For shame, did he have too much to drink again?
GUILDENSTERN: No, my lord, he’s angry.
HAMLET: You, in your wisdom, should be telling this to a doctor. If I were to treat him, he’d plunge into a far worse anger.
GUILDENSTERN: My good lord, please focus and stop going off on wild tangents.
HAMLET: “Wild”? Oh I am tame, sir. Please go ahead.
GUILDENSTERN: The queen, your mother, has sent me to you because her spirit is greatly afflicted.
HAMLET: You are welcome here.
GUILDENSTERN: No my lord, this courtesy is not to the point!
GUILDENSTERN: If it shall please you to answer me seriously, I’ll explain what your mother wants. If not, I’ll beg your pardon and leave and that’ll be the end of my business.
HAMLET: Sir, I cannot.
GUILDENSTERN: Cannot do what, my lord?