GERTRUDE: For the love of God, be patient with him!
HAMLET: Damn it, show me what you would do for her! Will you weep? Fight? Fast? Cut yourself? Would you drink vinegar, eat a crocodile? I’ll do all that.
Did you come here to whine? To outdo me by leaping into her grave? To be buried alive with her?
So will I.
CLAUDIUS: Please, Horatio, go with him.
CLAUDIUS: Don’t forget our talk last night, and try to be patient. We’ll take care of this problem soon.
Gertrude, set a watch on your son—
We’ll set a monument for Ophelia here. Soon, we shall have some peace.
In the meantime let’s proceed patiently.