After waking up from the fight, Fighter Boy begins to question his butterfly and doing so, finds his true butterfly, which helps him recognize his real priorities; but will he save his sister Artist Girl in time?
The figure goes through the gang, one by one, on his way to Bad Boy and beats them all. When the figure reaches him, Bad Boy feints defeat and then hits him with a shovel. Yet before Bad Boy can land his final blow, Runner Boy bumps into Bad Boy throwing him to the ground. This moment of distraction allows the figure to take the lead in the fight and then walk towards the girl. Artist Girl immediately recognizes the figure as her brother, Fighter Boy. Fighter Boy sooths her opening his hand and letting a colorful butterfly fly to her. Suddenly she could see her brother wounded lying on the ground. Then Fighter Boy shakes up, injured, but still alive. He realizes what happened to him and what kind of stupid he was to let it happen. Not far there is his false butterfly, undamaged, never touched by what happened. He shatters the butterfly on the floor then hits it with a punch and after a while, the false butterfly bursts into pieces and a new different butterfly rises from within. He looks tenderly at his sister, he takes her in his arms and takes her away. Meanwhile, she throws her pills away. Clothing Girl comes back home opening the back door. Her granny is sleeping on the sofa and she, silently walks upstairs. The old woman walks upstairs too, to see her grand-daughter and without saying a word caresses her head and she bursts into tears. On their heads, Clothing Girl’s butterfly lies down again with renewed strength.