The Jets sit outside Doc's store, waiting for their war council to begin.
Officer Krupke shows up to deliver some petty authority.
After his departure, the Jets let off a bit of steam with the "Officer Krupke" number and a beautiful display of anti-establishment thinking, a dead-on parody of typical social-work thinking about juvenile delinquency.
Doc's store opens, and the Jets and the Sharks gather to discuss their war.
Doc tries feebly to dissuade the boys.
The discussion continues until an exasperated Tony arrives and admonishes everybody about not using weapons.
Tony gets them to agree to a fair fight: one fighter on either side, fists only.
Lt. Schrank appears and tells the Puerto Ricans to scram.
He then tries to get the Jets to spill the details about their plans, but the Jets, they do not snitch.
The Jets leave and Tony tells Doc about Maria.
Doc's frightened for him, but he can't discourage Tony.