Back at Wallace's new squat, Wallace calls out for the kids, as Bodie and Poot grimly follow. None of the kids seems to be there, though, and as Wallace keeps calling for them as though they're hiding on him, Poot lingers downstairs, not wanting any part of what's about to happen. Bodie looks down at him from the top the stairs and silently beckons him with a head-jerk, and after a beat, Poot reluctantly clumps up the stairs himself.
Upstairs, Wallace goes from empty room to empty room, so involved in his patter for the absent kids that he doesn't notice Bodie staring at him with laser focus. After a moment, he finds a Discman that one of the kids had been playing with the day before, and turns to show it to Poot. When he does, Bodie screws up his nerve and pulls his piece out of the waistband of his pants, but he's biting his lip as he slowly points it at his friend. As Wallace starts to cry, shaking his head, Bodie stammers out some tough talk and Poot squints, trying to look hard. "You should've stayed down in the country, man," understates Bodie. "Y'all my niggas, yo!" cries Wallace. "You fucking brought this on yourself, man," murmurs Bodie. "We boys!" yelps Wallace. "We ain't gotta be like this!" Okay, it's sort of ridiculous of me to complain that Bodie's being mean in the moments before murdering his friend, but giving him crap for wetting his pants seems excessive. Anyway, he orders Wallace to be a man, but as Wallace keeps crying, Bodie's hand starts to shake, and it seems to surprise Bodie most of all when he actually squeezes the trigger and shoots Wallace in the chest. Wallace falls backward into the corner of the room, groaning, and as Bodie's hand continues trembling violently, Poot slowly takes the weapon from him and squeezes off two more shots that silence Wallace's whimpers. Bodie takes the gun and books; Poot allows himself one more backward glance before following. I don't know how they arranged for a giant sleepover for all of Wallace's Lost Boys, but I'll just be thankful for the small favour that they weren't there to witness Wallace's execution. Rest in peace, Wallace. You really should have stayed in the country.