Author's Note: Really sad this story has to come to an end. It was amazing to write. I'm totally considering a sequel, so don't worry, Chucky isn't gone forever ;D Anyways, enjoy the last chapter. TODAY IS ALSO MY BIRTHDAY. =D Special thanks to my friend Adrian, who showed me the song used in this story. So... Review :D I love you guys so much! *gives cookies*

The Revenge of Chucky

Chapter 25 (The End! Please read my author's note. :D)

Four years later...

Charles, Eddie, Bianca, and the twins had found Tiffany dead in the living room. Charles cried hysterically that day. He lost his mom, Bella, and now Tiffany? That day he had held his kid's hands tightly. He couldn't lose them either. Eddie suggested using voodoo to bring her back again. But Charles refused. He wasn't going back to that. Besides, Tiffany had to go eventually. He knew he'd have to do the same as well. Amber was never charged for the death of "Jennifer". Charles decided to cut her and Andy some slack. He let her go, let her escape, lied and told Andy he attempted to kidnap her but she escaped, and that a mysterious man barged into the house and murdered "Jennifer". Andy didn't tell the police anything. He just took Amber and left. Charles didn't blame Amber for anything; sure, he never admitted it, but if someone fucked with his mother, he'd probably most likely do the same to their mother too. Besides, hadn't he ruined Andy and Amber's lives enough? That was the day Charles realized that Karma was absolutely true. He ruined Amber's life. He traumatized her. And her father. Just another mistake he'd have to forgive himself for. He hadn't exactly done it yet, but he's working on it. At least he forgave himself for Bella's death - that was a start.

Both Glenda and Glen were now about to start their senior year of high school. Charles's body now aged to appear looking as if he was nineteen. In reality, he was forty-eight. And he was a single father, raising Glen and Glenda. When questioned by the police the night of Tiffany's muder, Charles made up a new identity, and simply created a sob story they and the rest of LA believed. He now had full custody of Glen and Glenda, and they no longer lived in LA, or in Jennifer Tilly's house. The family lived with Bianca and Eddie in a large, brand new Victorian house, down in New Jersey. Eddie and Bianca's daughter, whom they named Faith after Bianca and Charles's biological mother, was now four. Turns out, Bianca was five months pregnant when she found out. Eddie and Bianca also married two months after Faith's birth.

Glen and Glenda also both dyed their hair to reduce attention. Sure, they earned it once people found out their name (even if they did change their last name to Ray instead of Tilly) but their bright red hair is what really got people attracted to them. The two both dyed their hair black, but Glenda made her side bangs blonde. Both had matured since their father came back. There was no arguing in the house. No mention of murder. Both, even Glenda, did their homework, payed attention in class, and there was no complaints from the school. Both stayed out of other people's ways. At school, the only people they had was each other.

Today was the twin's birthday. They were turning seventeen. There wasn't a big, dramatic birthday party. Instead, the whole family just sat together, ate cake, opened presents, and just enjoyed each other's company. Charles was sad at how old his kids were getting. In a year and a few months, they'd be in college. The two were already applying to colleges and even had part-time jobs in the mall. He'd be alone for the next few years of his life. Eddie and Bianca promised they'd let him stay, but Charles felt like he was slightly "cramping Bianca's style". His brother-and-law and sister and niece deserved their own little family, their own little place, just to be with the three of themselves.

After the presents were opened, Glen was gone. Frowning, Eddie had looked out the window and saw Glen sitting on the porch steps. Charles set down his coffee.

"I'll talk to him," he said, ignoring Bianca and Eddie's concerned expressions.

Charles walked out to the porch and sat next to Glen.

"Hey," he said.

Glen was staring out into the summer sky. It was eleven at night, but it was still slightly bright out. Keyword: slightly.

"Hi dad," Glen mumbled.

"What's wrong? Why aren't you inside?" Charles asked.

Glen simply shrugged one shoulder and mumbled a response his father couldn't understand.

"What's that?" Charles asked.

Glen sighed heavily. "I don't know," he admitted. "It's just... I don't wanna leave you."

"Leave me?" His father asked. "What do you mean?"

"When I go to college," Glen said.

"Oh," Charles muttered. "Right."

"I'm sorry, dad."

"Don't be sorry, kiddo. Be glad you have a future ahead of you."

"Okay," Glen murmured.

Charles put his arm around his son and gestured him inside the house.

"Come on," he sighed. "Let's go."


The day Glen and Glenda went to college was an emotional day for Charles. He hugged both his kids tightly before watching them board a plane to their college. He didn't go to leave until the plane was out of sight. He entered the car and flipped on the radio. "Cat's In the Cradle" by Harry Chapin went on.

My child arrived just the other day
He came to the world in the usual way
But there were planes to catch and bills to pay
He learned to walk while I was away
And he was talkin' 'fore I knew it, and as he grew
He'd say "I'm gonna be like you, Dad
You know I'm gonna be like you"

And the cat's in the cradle and the silver spoon
Little boy blue and the man on the moon
When you comin' home, Dad
I don't know when, but we'll get together then
You know we'll have a good time then

My son turned ten just the other day
He said, "Thanks for the ball, Dad, come on let's play
can you teach me to throw?"

I said "Not today I got a lot to do"

He said, "That's ok

And he walked away but his smile never dimmed
And said, "I'm gonna be like him, yeah
You know I'm gonna be like him"

And the cat's in the cradle and the silver spoon
Little boy blue and the man on the moon
When you comin' home, Dad
I don't know when, but we'll get together then
You know we'll have a good time then

Well, he came from college just the other day
So much like a man I just had to say
"Son, I'm proud of you, can you sit for a while"
He shook his head and said with a smile
"What I'd really like, Dad, is to borrow the car keys
See you later, can I have them please"

And the cat's in the cradle and the silver spoon
Little boy blue and the man on the moon
When you comin' home son
I don't know when, but we'll get together then, Dad
You know we'll have a good time then

I've long since retired, my son's moved away
I called him up just the other day
I said, "I'd like to see you if you don't mind"
He said, "I'd love to, Dad, if I can find the time
You see my new job's a hassle and kids have the flu
But it's sure nice talking to you, Dad
It's been sure nice talking to you"

And as I hung up the phone it occurred to me
He'd grown up just like me
My boy was just like me

And the cat's in the cradle and the silver spoon
Little boy blue and the man in the moon
When you comin' home son
I don't know when, but we'll get together then, Dad
We're gonna have a good time then

"We're gonna have good time then," Charles said aloud. He smiled when he twiddled the Heart of Damballa, which was dangling on a chain around his neck. Glen and Glenda were going to college. Tiffany, Bella, and his mother Faith was dead. That didn't mean there wasn't any hope alive. All five of them weren't physically next to him, yes.

But they would always remain in his heart.

The End