This shows Ponyboy getting jumped by the Socs and Darry, with the gang, coming to save him. This also introduces us to the setting and the vacant lot.
This shows Pony and Johnny as they arrive at the church in Windrixville. They are running away from the police as Johnny has just killed Bob the Soc. Johnny does not want to get into trouble with the police, and doesn't want to pull Pony into this either.
Pony, I apologize for being too harsh on you.
Lets get em Darry.
This scene shows Johnny's last moments of life. He has died to supreme shock and a broken back from a piece of timber falling on him when he was saving children from a burning church. He tells Pony to 'stay gold", a quote from one of Robert Frost's poems. Johnny clearly isn't feeling right as he thinks, to make himself feel better, that Johnny isn't dead.
Come on Pony!?
This scene is describing Pony's time at the hospital when he was sick after Johnny's death. He doesn't remember being there. He distinctly thinks he didn't call for Darry, but just for Soda, but he actually just called for Soda a little more.
This scene descripts how Darry and Pony made up. They both thought the other didn't like them. They grew to realize, besides their differences, they love each other.
I'm sorry too, Darry.
My favorite part of The Outsiders was when the greasers and the Socs had the big rumble. This part was action-packed, making me enjoy it more.