Andy forces Captain Hollister (Martin Sheen) to get a message to Charlie, telling her to meet him in the stables at 8PM. Charlie shares this good news with her friend John. When Andy and Charlie meet in the stables, John is already there, hiding in the loft. Charlie is glad when she finds that John is there, but Andy has been warned by Hollister that it was John who shot them and who has been tricking Charlie to cooperate. Charlie threatens to burn down the stables, but John warns that she'll kill the horses, so she backs off. Charlie begins to climb up to the loft but Andy pulls her down. He then forces John to jump, but John shoots Andy in the shoulder as he lands. He then turns the gun on Charlie, but she burns bullet, gun, and John. With his dying breath, Andy tells Charlie to burn down the Shop so that they can't do anything like this again. As the barn begins to flame, Charlie frees the horses and heads outside where she sends fireball after fireball, burning everything cars, helicopters, and buildings. Shop agents try shooting her, but Charlie burns the bullets before they even reach her. When the entire compound is on fire, Charlie walks away, saying 'For you, Daddy.' In the final scene, Charlie arrives at the Manders' farm. Norma (Louise Fletcher) takes Charlie into her arms and Irv (Art Carney) is shown accompanying Charlie into the New York Times building, presumably to go public with her story.