Good gentlemen, he hath much talked of you, And sure I am two men there is not living To whom he more adheres.

What did Hamlet say when he talked about Rosencrantz and Guildenstern?
And when did he do this talking?
Were Rosencrantz and Guildenstern good friends until middle school when they started running with the smoking crowd and geeking out on cop shows? Does Gertrude think Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are her son’s close friends because she’s out of touch or ARE they, in fact, closer than they seem. We never get to see them before they start behaving perfidiously. We don’t see late nights over beers with the prince, spilling their guts or talking about philosophy. We only see them spying on their friend for his parents. Or for money. Whichever it is, their loyalties don’t seem to lie with Hamlet. So, what did he say about them to the Queen? Or did he?