This is when the whole cast goes insane (as I said earlier.) I think that when the king crumbles, that's when it's all over (ironically, it was.) Gertrude's stableness is questionable at the end of the play, because she willingly drank that fatal sip of wine. I think that she knew it was poison and that she was a martyr for her son's cause...
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I think this because she knew what Claudius had done, and she must of felt so terrible to marry him, so she just wanted to end it all while attempting to help her son's goal. In the end, madness was a necessity for this whole production. If Hamlet had gone mad right at the end instead of gradually throughout the play many a viewers would have been bored to death...