Scene from Endgame by Samuel Beckett - Rick Cluchey as Hamm
Hamm: Me to play.
(He takes out his handkerchief, unfolds it, holds it spread out before him.)
We're getting on.
You weep, and weep, for nothing, so as not to laugh, and little by little... you begin to grieve.
(He folds the handkerchief, puts it back in his pocket, raises his head.)
All those I might have helped.
The place was crawling with them.
Use your head, can't you, use your head, you're on earth, there's no cure for that!
Get out of here and love one another! Lick your neighbor as yourself!
When it wasn't bread they wanted it was crumpets.
Out of my sight and back to your petting parties!
All that, all that!
Not even a real dog!
The end is in the beginning and yet you go on.