And here's Sam, alone, back at the field and bedding down in the scoop of a bulldozer. And then Regina walks up to her and lectures her about not taking care of her butterfly wings: "I know it's just a bulldozer scoop, but it does say a little bit about how you were raised." Sam picks up the bullhorn and asks why Regina is there. It turns out that she saw the news and was surprised at the feelings of pride she got at seeing Sam take a stand (although she did initially confuse the feeling of pride with the after-effects of sour cream that had gone bad). While she's talking, she wraps a scarf around Sam's neck. Sam thanks her, both for telling her she was proud and for bringing the scarf, since it's apparently getting cold. Regina: "Well, it's not for the cold. On TV your neck looked kind of creepy."
It's morning. Sam and Regina have fallen asleep in the bulldozer scoop. Sam wakes to the sound of a bulldozer engine, and is excited at the thought that she's about to take a stand for the butterflies. She uses the bullhorn to wake Regina and then stands up to throw herself in front of the bulldozer. Only to discover that the scoop she was in wasn't actually attached to the bulldozer in front of her, and that other machines are already busy crushing butterflies.