This is intended to be a brief summarization of the main details and components in Chapter 6 of the Outsiders in 6 panels. Enjoy!
Dally is informing something that neither Johnny or Ponyboy knew, that Cherry was a Soc. He then says he would would pick up a broad of his own kind and that the whole mess was Cherry's fault, but it isn't, because it's Cherry who wouldn't want to be Bob's (a Soc's) girlfriend, just because he drinks.
So, Cherry the Soc is also a spy!
Yeah, so next time I want a broad I WILL pick up my own kind!
Oh my god! Really?
Now Johnny knows that, after the three leave Dairy Queen, Ponyboy shouldn't have to suffer through something that Johnny did wrong. This shows why Johnny wants to turn himself in. Dally, however, doesn't want this to happen, because he knows from experience, that Johnny won't like it in jail, and he cares for Johnny most in the gang.
Alright, that's it! I'm going to turn myself in.
Don't do it Johnny. You won't like it in jail.
I gotta do it. It's no fair for Ponyboy to wait out with me because I killed Bob.
In this scene, these grown-ups find the church to be on fire. When all seems lost, out of the shadows, Ponyboy and Johnny decide to try and save the innocent, little children, but Ponyboy is sure that he and Johnny started that fire.
Oh my! The church is burning with the kids still inside.
We probably started the fire.
We'll save them!
What do we do?
Now you can see that when Ponyboy tries to save these kids in the midst of the brutal fire, Ponyboy himself gets knocked into the fire. Then, Ponyboy falls into a peaceful silence. When he regains consciousness, he finds himself to be nowhere near the scene of the fire, but rather, being carried to safety.
Now, Ponyboy is in a hospital room, where he is being taken care of until he's better. Afterwards, though, he ends up fine. Even though he doesn't get to see Dally or Johnny, he ends up finding other visitors waiting for him.
You just keeled from smoke inhalation, and of course, that slap on the back didn't help much.
The people waiting for Ponyboy are his brothers- SodaPop and Darry. When Ponyboy meets Darry, though, Darry starts crying. This shows that Ponyboy is a dynamic character, because when he and Darry are brothers in the beginning of the story, Ponyboy thinks of him as a liar, who is more selfish, but now Ponyboy would think otherwise, and is very dynamic.
Ponyboy! We missed you!
Here, these people claimed they're your brothers.