Cherry, the Soc, is our spy?! Bob's used to be girl!?
Yeah, she sure is.
What? Ugh! Blast it Johnny! Don't turn yourself in!
Johnny, I ain't mad at you!
PonyBoy and Johnny are told by Dally that Cherry the Soc is now a spy for the Greasers. Not only is she a Soc, but she used to be Bob's girl until Johnny killed him. At first, when Johnny first heard about this, he acted a little apprehensive. Then he thought about it and realized that it was okay.
We need to go help!
Dally couldn't believe Johnny was going to turn himself in. Dally knew what it was like to spend time in jail. He said that time in jail changed him and he didn't want that to happen to Johnny. Dally looked like he was going to keel right in front of them.
Man On The Ambulance
That boy... Johnny. Yeah well, he got burnt, real bad.
Dally tried to tell Johnny that even though he seemed to be mad at him, he was just trying to keep him safe. Dally was acting incredulous. He didn't know how to explain how he felt. Johnny hated whenever someone yelled at him, so no one ever did. Though Dally was just trying to get his point across, he acting a bit gallant.
We missed you!
We were worried sick!
Johnny and Pony drive past the church, when they see it's on fire! They then realize that it could have been there fault being that they had cigarettes. They really feel the need to help, even though Dally says not too. The boys were being very gallant when doing this. They focused on other's lives before their own.
Darry and Johnny are in the ambulance when PonyBoy finds out that Johnny got burnt very bad. He starts to act unfathomable, he just couldn't understand the fact that his best friend was hurt so bad. Pony was being rushed to the hospital when he was told that his jacket, saved his life and that there was fire on his back during the rescue.
While Pony is in the hospital when SodaPop and Darry come in. SodaPop and Pony run to each other and meet in a hug. Darry is behind and then they end up hugging. Pony had always known Darry has being very aloof, though in that moment he was being open and showing his emotion. He showed Pony that he did care for him, whether he showed it or not.