The second season of Don Mancini’s “Chucky” wrapped up this past Wednesday night, and today brings a full SPOILER-FILLED image gallery that highlights all the tricks and treats.
Titled “Chucky Actually,” the episode was the show’s very first Christmas special, with Chucky coming down the chimney to interrupt an otherwise peaceful family gathering.
Again, we must warn you that these images are FILLED WITH SPOILERS…
The Season 2 finale saw the return of the walking, talking Glen/Glenda doll, once again voiced by Billy Boyd(!) and once again housing the souls of both Glen and Glenda. The doll’s new chosen name is now GG, and they’ve set off on their own adventures in the UK. As for Glen and Glenda in their human forms, played by Lachlan Watson, those bodies are no more.
GG’s mom Tiffany is now being hunted down by Nica Pierce, who is no longer burdened with the soul of Charles Lee Ray. Tiffany is hiding out in New York City, and Nica is hot on her tail. Tiffany has also failed to move her own soul from the body of Jennifer Tilly into a Belle doll, which turned out to be Chucky in disguise in one of the finale’s more surprising moments.
Jake, Devon, and Lexy, meanwhile, attempted to have a peaceful Christmas celebration with Lexy’s mother, and though some relationships were mended and some moments of peace were indeed found, it wasn’t long before Chucky Prime – in the body of a brand new Good Guys doll – came down the chimney with a chainsaw. Chucky managed to brutally kill off Lexy’s mom in one of the franchise’s all-time great kill scenes, and Lexy turned the tables on Chucky. She chainsaw massacred Chucky, at the time believing it to be the final doll imbued with Charles Lee Ray’s soul. Of course, as mentioned, the Belle doll was always Chucky all along…
The other big surprise in “Chucky Actually” was that Lexy’s sister Caroline is now in league with Tiffany Valentine, convinced by Chucky that Tiffany is actually her real mother. Caroline has essentially moved over to the dark side, working side-by-side with Tiffany.
“Chucky Actually” leaves plenty of plot threads dangling for Season 3, but at this time a third season has not yet been ordered. Stay tuned for more on all things “Chucky” as we learn it.