The end of the Lone Ranger

The Lone Ranger and Tonto are riding through one of the many canyons, when suddenly rising from the hill on their right are hundreds of Indians. They start to spur their horse forward, when they realized that there are hundreds of Indians ahead of them. Wheeling to the left they, once again, see hundreds of Indians rising from the hill. They begin to back away in the direction from which they had come and they realize they were surrounded. The Indians had spread out and they were trapped. The Lone Ranger turns to Tonto, his life long friend, and says, ‘Tonto, my friend, I think I must say that I have treasured our times together, but now I think we are doomed.’ ‘We?’ replied Tonto. ‘What’s all this ‘we’ crap, Paleface?’