The Outsiders - Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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The next night Pony and Johnny met up with Dally as planned. They caused all kinds of mischief on the way to the drive-in and took the opportunity to visit with other greasers. Once there, they sneaked over the fence--it was more of a challenge than paying to get in. Ponyboy, Johnny, and Dally chose seats by the concession stand. There were only two other people with them in the seats, they were a couple of Soc girls.

Dally decided to have some fun by antagonizing the girls. He moved up until he was sitting directly behind them and began talking as dirty and as loud as he could. Pony felt embarrassed due to Dally's behavior. The girls stiffened and tried to ignore Dally's lewdness until they realized he wasn't going to stop on his own. The red-head turned around and told him to shut-up and leave...

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