The prominent “Danger Ahead” sign we see during Sandy and Danny’s “You’re the One I Want” musical number in the Laugh House suggests that Danny and Sandy may not have made it out of the woods yet. Modern audiences made a fuss about how toxic Sandy and Danny’s relationship was really dynamic. No relationship based on trying to change the other person or feeling that you have to change to make someone else happy will work.
Of course, they can stay together if both stop caring so much about what others think. Perhaps Danny and Sandy’s desire to be more flexible at the end of Grease is actually a sign that they are both learning to compromise, and that Sandy and Danny have realized that they are overly concerned with other people’s opinions. Who knows, maybe their reversal of roles is a sign that a turning point has occurred in their relationship?
After 40 years of filmth anniversary,” Travolta said. USA Todaythat he thinks Sandy and Danny are still together, saying “I think they had multiple kids, which is what people did in those days, they adored their kids and held on to their romance. Sandy and Danny were the real deal.” But then again, perhaps that “Danger Ahead” sign was a valid warning. They may have flown out of their graduation carnival in a raised car, but that doesn’t mean they necessarily walked down the aisle.