There were many scenes in Samuel Beckett’s Endgame story that interests me. To me this took me on an interesting roller-coaster from making me laugh in the beginning to making me feel sort of sorry for some of the characters. The main two characters Hamm and Clov always seem to have an argument every day. In the beginning of the story, they would always bicker about something so little its almost as if there are kids. Since the beginning, I would imagine them arguing like they are close siblings of some sort rather than Hamm being the master and Clov the servant. You would expect the servant to be more caring and more on the agreeing side of what the master would say but Clov always had something to say back to counter what Hamm had told him to do. Going back to them bickering, it sounds like they were almost friends in a way as well. It sounds as if they were one of those bothers who always fought each other for the little things but know that they need each other for some specific things cause each of them have their own unique skills. This can closely be connected to brotherhood from Clov always saying that he is leaving but he does not in the beginning or the end. Clov is always they are for his master like how a brother would be they are for his sibling as well no matter how annoying a person could get; they have a special place in their heart. This is not just for a brother to brother relationship; this can go to anyone who has trouble dealing with another person they cannot seem to lose. In a regular relationship with a boy and girl, there will always be ups and downs with each other, but if it is being talked out, it will get resolved. As we go from the small arguments between the brotherly bond I would like to call, it takes a turn into the dark side of who Hamm is as a person which I do not approve. Within the story, we see that Hamm’s parents are in trash bins and that puts out a strong symbolism as to their relationship being completely torn off. Hamm treats them like garbage funny enough that they are placed in trash bins. This side of Hamm was very unappealing and made me think he is just a sinister master who does not care about anything he interacts with even his own parents. To think everyone is raised and cared from their parents and in the long term you would show your appreciation back time to time. You were once taken care of and now as they get older, the tables turn. Hamm’s attitude towards Nagg and Nell was disgusting and reminds me of some people that think they own the streets just by owning an expensive car and revving the engine. Hamm should have learned to care even just for his parents and not Clov. In whatever era we are in, family would always come first.