We cut to a motel in Iowa. Everyone in the gang is cooped up, and C.W. has a hideous new chest tattoo.
Feeling the tension and sensing doom, Bonnie snaps at the others in the gang.
Clyde asks C.W. and Blanche to go get take-out.
Alone, Bonnie tells Clyde how blue she feels, adding, "When we started out, I thought we were really going somewhere. Now, we're just going."
He tells her that he's her family, and she curls up in his lap.
Clyde tells her he loves her.
Blanche and C.W. have a heart-to-heart on the drive: she tells him all about being a preacher's daughter and how her dad loved Buck. They talk about religion, too: they're both devout.
At the diner where they're picking up take-out chicken, a man sees C.W.'s gun and calls the police.
Back at the motel, the gang's ambushed.
The members manage to escape, but Buck is badly wounded—he's shot in the head.
The drive away is chaos—Blanche's screaming, "It didn't happen!" Clyde looks like a madman. C.W.'s crying.
The group finally manages to elude the police and get to clearing in the woods.
They realize how badly off Buck is—"Half his head's blown off. He's not going to make it."—and that Blanche's face has been grazed by a bullet, blinding her.
For the first time ever, Bonnie's nice to Blanche. (That's how you know it's bad.)
Blanche wants to go to a doctor
Buck obviously has brain damage: he's shouting about how he thinks he lost his shoes and how the dog got them.
They spend the night in the woods.
The next morning they realize they're surrounded by police.
Blanche's captured and Buck dies, but Bonnie, Clyde, and C.W. manage to escape into the woods on foot. They cross a river, and both Bonnie and Clyde are shot. They're not dead, but they're both badly wounded.
Clyde manages to steal a car from a farm, and they continue on, with C.W. driving.