Epilogue: Last Goodbyes
Tommy Vercetti stood in the driveway of the mansion. It feels good to be home, he thought. The charges against him had been dropped after the police chief had mysteriously disappeared in a boating accident. When Tommy asked his daughter about it, she merely shrugged her shoulders-but one of his boats was definitely missing. They had attended Earnest Kelly's funeral the day before yesterday. Tommy had closed down the Print Works. There was no one around anymore to run it, but he felt it would be disrespectful to Earnest to sell it.
"Got everything?" Tommy asked, as Sapphire carried her last suitcase out.
"Yep," Sapphire said, lifting it into the back of her Comet. "That's it." She closed the trunk of her car and walked over to where her father was standing.
"You take care of yourself up there," Tommy told her sternly. "I don't want to turn on the news and hear about you getting arrested."
"I'll be careful, Dad," Sapphire said. She reached over and gave him a hug before jumping into her Comet and driving off. Tommy walked to the end of the driveway and watched her until she disappeared out of sight. He walked slowly back to the mansion and poured himself a drink. He held it up in a solitary toast.
"Here's looking at you, kid."