That night, while the other soldiers sleep, little Davey lies awake thinking. Moments later, he's back in the trench, chatting with the lookout. He finds out that the enemy just put up a shelter behind the tanks. David strips off his gear, because he claims that he can't run in it, and the lookout realizes that David thinks the hostages are in that new shelter, and he intends to go and get them. The lookout first threatens to call David's brother, and then says that David will be court-martialed. David uses his fancy duct tape to fashion some sort of weapon and then sneaks off into the night. He Scooby-Doos up to the Goliaths (are you getting the allusions yet?), and crawls underneath one to get closer to the shelter. He sneaks over (worst watchmen ever, by the way), enters the tent, and then helps the hostages to sneak out. One of the hostages has a giant bandage on his head, conveniently covering his face.
They sneak almost all the way back over to the Gilboa side, and seriously, I know it's late at night, but is no one looking out? The injured hostage falls down and then one of the Goliaths roars to life and starts shooting at them. They dive into a trench, and David tells the healthy hostage to get the injured hostage back to their own side while he covers. David tries to take out the tank with some sort of bazooka, which fails. He then throws his homemade grenade (I guess?) at it. It doesn't explode, and David is left standing defenseless in front of Goliath, but then it suddenly does explode, which gives David time to run back to his bazooka and take one last shot, which connects. Down goes Goliath!
The next day, David, his brother, and the hostages are being transported somewhere when they suddenly stop in front of a group of ranking officers. David's brother says that this is David's court martial, since he disobeyed a direct order. Before David can get reamed out, a helicopter arrives. The soldiers act like they've never seen a helicopter before. Once the helicopter lands, King Silas runs out and asks how his son is; turns out that the injured hostage is Jack Benjamin, the king's son. The king cries and holds his son while David... kind of looks constipated? I'm not sure what emotion he's trying to evoke there.
Young David the country mouse is now in a limo in the big city of Shiloh. Outside the king's palace, two doormen are debating what will be served at the big hero's banquet planned for David. Weirdly, one of the doormen (who looks like Jerry from ER) has a plummy British accent, while the other has an American accent. Apparently, Queen Rose hates lamb. I don't know why that's important. David pulls up and the doormen show him the newspaper, with the headline "David Slays Goliath." David seems surprised at the headline, like has he been kept in Sequesterville for the past few days? He's also surprised that he's getting a banquet. Seriously, where has he been?