The Outsiders

By ponyboy
  • Movie Night:

    Movie Night:
    The Gang goes to a drive-in theatre and meet two Social girls without their boyfriends. Dally harasses the girls, but Johnny stands up for them. Johnny and Ponyboy become friends with the girls. After the movie ends, Johnny, Ponyboy, Two-Bit and girls start walking around but then the girls’ boyfriends spot them. Confrontation happens, but the girls stop them from fighting and leave with their boyfriends. Two-Bit leaves Johnny and Pony at the vacant lot.
  • Darry and Ponyboy’s fight

    Darry and Ponyboy’s fight
    It’s almost 2am and Darry is waiting for Pony. Pony explains that he fell asleep, but Darry keeps yelling at Ponyboy. Soda wakes up and starts to tell Darry to leave Pony alone, but Darry then yells at him too. Ponyboy screams at Darry not to yell at Soda, and Darry smacks Pony so hard he hits the floor. Pony heads for the door as Darry is apologizing. Pony runs back to Johnny and says they should run away. Pony decides he and Johnny will just walk over to the park, and then go home.
  • Johnny kills Bob

    Johnny kills Bob
    As they walk around the park, the Socs come (the girls’ boyfriends) and surround Ponyboy and Johnny in the park. The Socs attack them, so Johnny stabs and kills Bob to protect Pony, and the other Socs run away.
  • Ponyboy and Johnny run away

    Ponyboy and Johnny run away
    Ponyboy and Johnny decide to runaway. They go to Dally to get a gun and money. Dally says they should get on a freight train and go to Windrixville, they're supposed to hide out in an abandoned church on top of Jay Mountain. They follow Dally's instructions and sneak into a freight car on the train bound for Windrixville.
  • Ponyboy, Johnny & Dally save the kids

    Ponyboy, Johnny & Dally save the kids
    Dally comes and takes the to eat and tells them about the rumble. They go back and find that the church is on fire and there are little kids trapped inside. Ponyboy and Johnny go inside to save them. Dally also tries to help them out but a piece of burning wood falls on Johnny.
  • Ponyboy, Johnny & Dally in the hospital

    Ponyboy, Johnny & Dally in the hospital
    Pony wonders if he's being taken to jail. There's a man in the vehicle with him, and the man says they're in an ambulance. He asks about Johnny and Dallas, and learns that they're in another ambulance. Ponyboy and Dally are fine but Johnny is in critical condition, with a broken back and third degree burns.

    Two-Bit and Steve Randle drop by at Ponyboy’s house. They show him the morning paper, which contains an article with the headline “Juvenile Delinquents Turn Heroes.” The article credits the boys with saving the children’s lives. The report also quotes Cherry and Randy regarding the killing of Bob—both of them insist that Johnny acted only in self-defense.
  • Tasty Freeze (1)

    Tasty Freeze (1)
    Ponyboy and Two-Bit go to the Tasty Freeze to buy sodas and a blue mustang pulls into the parking lot. Randy says he only wants to talk; he asks Ponyboy why he helped the kids in the burning church. He says he was surprised that a greaser would do something like that. Randy then tells Ponyboy that he is tired of the gang violence and devastated by Bob’s death, and says that he won’t fight in the rumble.
  • The Rumble

    The Rumble
    At the rumble, the greasers defeat the Socs. Dally shows up just in time for the fight; he has escaped from the hospital.
  • Johhny dies

    Johhny dies
    After the fight, Ponyboy and Dally hurry back to see Johnny and find that he is dying. Ponyboy and Dally go the hospital to see Johnny and tell him about the rumble. Right before he dies, Johnny pulls Ponyboy close and says his final words, "Stay gold Ponyboy. Stay gold…"
  • Dally gets shot

    Dally gets shot
    When Johnny dies, Dally loses control and runs from the room. Dally calls to say that he has robbed a grocery store and the cops are looking for him. The greasers hurry to find him, but they are too late. Dally pulls out an unloaded gun and gets shot by the cops and dies.
  • Ponyboy starts writing about Johnny and Dally

    Ponyboy starts writing about Johnny and Dally
    He finds that for the first time he can remember Dally and Johnny’s deaths without pain or denial. He decides write a term paper for his English class about them.