Maggie is in a hospital bed. She wears a neck brace and a breathing tube is implanted in her throat. She murmurs. She spots her reflection in the mirror. Everything goes black.
Cut to Maggie in the same position. Frankie's there.
Maggie can talk, weakly, and the teases Frankie about his facial hair. Fade to black.
Now Scrap's at Maggie's bedside. Frankie's outside talking to the doctors.
Maggie tells Scrap that she's a C1 – C2 complete, which means her spinal cord is extremely damaged, and she'll be a quadriplegic for life. She asked the doctors to tell Frankie the news.
Maggie asks Scrap to tell Frankie that she's sorry she didn't protect herself. Scrap refuses.
Out in the hall, Scrap asks Frankie what the plan is.
Frankie tells Scrap that this is all Scrap's fault since he talked Frankie into training a girl. Then he walks off. Frankie's in some major pain here.
Back in Maggie's hospital room, Frankie tells her he's going to get her out of there because the doctors stink. For starters, they choose to live in the desert.
Scrap's voice-over tells us that Frankie called every doctor in America he thought could fix Maggie, and came close twice.
But once those two prospective doctors looked Maggie over, they concluded there was nothing that could be done.
Frankie gives Maggie a sponge bath; the nurses, he says, are just amateurs. Maggie has skin ulcers because she can't change positions.
Frankie and Maggie drive back to Los Angeles by ambulance. "Fly there, drive back," Maggie jokes.
Maggie gets set up in a nice rehab facility. It takes several hours each day to get her ready for her wheelchair. She requires 24/7 respirators because she can't breathe on her own. While a team of staff transfers Maggie from her bed to her chair, Frankie watches. Maggie smiles weakly at Frankie, and he winks.
Cut to Frankie's church. He's alone in a pew. Actually, he's alone in the whole church. He's on his knees and quietly sobbing.