Nagg and Nell are an old married couple and the parents of Hamm, a
NELL: What is it, my pet? (Pause.) Time for love?
NAGG: Were you asleep?
NELL: Oh no!
NAGG: Kiss me.
[... ... ...]
NAGG: ... “But my dear Sir, my dear Sir, look - (disdainful gesture, disgustedly) - at the world - (Pause.) and look - (loving gesture, proudly) - at my TROUSERS!” (Pause. He looks at Nell who has remained impassive, her eyes unseeing. He breaks into a high forced laugh, cuts it short, pokes his head towards Nell, launches his laugh again.)
For the full scene, see the clip provided or refer to the script edition cited here: Samuel Beckett, Endgame: A Play in One Act. http://www.ricorso.net/rx/library/authors/classic/Beckett_S/Endgame.htm
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