- 1. I got the Strangler.
Wabash and Van Buren.
- 2. Oh, shit.
- 3. Oh, shit!
- 4. Jack, get the van.
- 5. Eddie, help me!
- 6. Eddie, Eddie,
don't leave me! God, no!
- 7. Give it up, Ray. It's over.
- 8. Oh, God, I'm dying.
- 9. You hear this, you son of a bitch?
- 10. I'm gonna get you for it!
- 11. I'm gonna get you,
and I'm gonna get Eddie,
- 12. no matter what!
- 13. I gotta find somebody.
- 14. I gotta find somebody.
- 15. I don't know.
I gotta find somebody.
- 16. Gotta find somebody.
- 17. Ade due damballa.
- 18. Give me the power, I beg of you!
- 19. Secoise entienne
mais pois de morte.
- 20. Morteisma lieu de vocuier
de mieu vochette
- 21. Endonline pour de
- 22. Secoise entienne
mais pois de morte.
- 23. Endelieu pour de boisette damballa!
- 24. Endelieu pour de boisette damballa!
- 25. Endelieu pour de boisette damballa!
- 26. Endelieu pour de boisette damballa.
- 27. I have no friends.
No one will play with me.
- 28. Uh-oh,
- 29. There's a friend in need.
- 30. Hey, cheer up.
- 31. - Who are you?
- I'm a Good Guy.
- 32. I've just come from the
Good Guy Clubhouse,
- 33. and I'll be your friend to the end.
- 34. You will? You mean
you'll be my friend now?
- 35. Sure, I will,
- 36. Hidey-ho.
- 37. I saw this one.
- 38. Hidey hidey ho
Best friends till the end
- 39. When you're feeling
down or feeling blue
- 40. A Good Guy will always
be there for you
- 41. Because a Good Guy is
your true blue friend
- 42. He's your best friend till the end
- 43. All right, good guys, that's our
"Good Guys" show for today,
- 44. but don't go away,
- 45. because we've got a very important
Good Guy message just for you.
- 46. Hi, Good Guys. Boy, have
I got news for you.
- 47. Now you can have your
very own Good Guy doll.
- 48. That's right.
- 49. You can have all the adventures we
have on TV in your very own home.
- 50. Good Guys say three
- 51. We even turn our heads and blink
our eyes when you talk to us.
- 52. Right, Oscar?
- 53. Hi, I'm Oscar, and I'm your
friend to the end. Hidey-ho.
- 54. Wow!
- 55. Every Good Guy has a
name all his own,
- 56. so he can be your
very own best friend.
- 57. So remember to tell Mom and
Dad you want a Good Guy.
- 58. Perfect for birthdays
or just any old time.
- 59. And remember, you can buy all of
our Good Guy accessories, too.
- 60. - Right, Oscar?
- 61. Brought to you exclusively
by Play Pals,
- 62. makers of Good Guys
and other fine toys.
- 63. Found in toy stores throughout
the greater Chicago area.
- 64. Mommy, wake up.
- 65. Mommy.
- 66. Mommy, wake up.
- 67. Mommy, wake up.
- 68. - Wake up, Mommy. Wake up.
- 69. What time is it, Andy?
- 70. - Wake up.
- 6:30. It's only 6:30 in the morning.
- 71. But it's a beautiful
day outside. See?
- 72. It certainly is.
- 73. - How long you been up, birthday boy?
- Since forever.
- 74. I made you breakfast in bed.
- 75. You did? Oh, God.
- 76. Well, thanks.
- 77. Well, this looks just excellent.
- 78. I'll tell you what.
- 79. Why don't I eat this just
a little later, okay?
- 80. Mmm-hmm.
- 81. But first, I gotta give you your
super-duper birthday tummy-gummy.
- 82. Come here. Come here. Come here.
- 83. That's one. How many years
old are you today? Two.
- 84. Happy birthday, pumpkin.
- 85. Thanks. Can we open my
presents now, Mommy?
- 86. - Yes, we can.
- 87. Good morning, Chicago.
Leading off at this hour,
- 88. Charles Lee Ray, the notorious Lake
Shore Strangler was shot and killed
- 89. shortly before 3:00 a.m. this
morning on Wabash Avenue.
- 90. Can I open this first, Mommy?
Can I, can I?
- 91. Andy, don't you want to start
with the smaller one first?
- 92. Okay, go ahead.
- 93. Well, what do you think? You
need these clothes so badly.
- 94. Hey, I think they're gonna be okay.
- 95. We'll just have to take them
up just a couple of inches.
- 96. - What's the matter?
- 97. Oh, I know. You want
some toys, don't you?
- 98. Not boring old clothes.
- 99. Try the other one.
- 100. - Well, what do you think?
- I want a Good Guy to go with it.
- 101. I know you do, Andy.
- 102. But I didn't know about it in time
this month to save up for it.
- 103. - Karen.
- 104. You know that doll that
you wanted for Andy?
- 105. - The one that costs 100 bucks?
- Yeah, the Good Guy doll.
- 106. There is a peddler in the alley behind
the store, and I think he's got one.
- 107. What? What would a peddler
be doing with a doll?
- 108. Who cares? Would you grab your purse
and come on? We can get a deal on it.
- 109. - But I can't just leave my counter.
- Do you want the damn doll or don't you?
- 110. - Of course I do.
- Well, then, come on.
- 111. - Come on.
- All right.
- 112. There he is.
- 113. Okay, show her.
- 114. Well, is it a Good Guy or not?
- 115. It is. It is.
- 116. - Yeah, well, I told you.
- How much do you want for it?
- 117. 50 bucks.
- 118. - 10 and not a penny more.
- 119. What, are you kidding?
That thing is not worth $30.
- 120. No. Take it or leave it.
Somebody else will buy it.
- 121. - I'll take it.
- Karen, it's too much money.
- 122. No, it isn't. You have no idea
how much Andy wants this doll.
- 123. But we don't even know
if the damn thing works.
- 124. Here you go, lady. May it bring
you and your kid a lot of joy.
- 125. Thank you.
- 126. Hey, hold on, you!
- 127. How do we know the damn
thing isn't stolen?
- 128. - Steal this.
- Steal this yourself.
- 129. - Maggie.
- I think I dated him.
- 130. Come on. We gotta get back to work.
- 131. Andy's gonna love it!
- 132. Mrs. Barclay, so nice of you
to drop by. Have a nice break?
- 133. I'm sorry, Mr. Criswell.
I was only gone for a minute.
- 134. Have a heart, Criswell.
- 135. We were just downstairs buying
her little boy a birthday present.
- 136. We have specified break times for
activities like that, Miss Peterson.
- 137. Mrs. Howe has taken sick,
and we're shorthanded tonight.
- 138. You'll have to fill in for her.
- 139. I can't. I have to pick up my son
at the day care center in an hour.
- 140. - I'm sorry, this is an emergency.
- Wait a second. I'll take over for her.
- 141. Miss Peterson, you work
in shoes, not in jewelry.
- 142. You'll just simply have to do it.
- 143. Now, you can take off at 5:00,
but you'll have to be back at 7:00.
- 144. It's my son's birthday.
- 145. Mrs. Barclay, are you
happy with your job here?
- 146. Yes, of course I am.
- 147. - Then I suggest that...
- 148. Chill out, would you, Walter?
- 149. - I'll take care of Andy for you.
- Maggie, you can't do it again.
- 150. Don't be silly. It'll be the
hottest date I've had in months.
- 151. I can't imagine why.
- 152. - Hey, where are you going?
- Good Guys are on TV.
- 153. Well, I may have something
better for you.
- 154. What?
- 155. This isn't groceries.
- 156. A Good Guy! I knew it!
- 157. I knew you'd get me one.
- 158. Show me how he works, okay?
- 159. Hi, I'm Andy. What's your name?
- 160. Hi, I'm Chucky, and I'm your
friend to the end. Hidey-ho.
- 161. Wow! He's something, isn't he?
- 162. Oh, Mom, thanks.
- 163. You're welcome, honey.
- 164. See, that's how you build things.
- 165. Good evening. WDOL with
a late breaking report.
- 166. Eddie Caputo, repeated
accomplice of Charles Lee Ray,
- 167. has just escaped the
Michigan Avenue precinct.
- 168. More details to follow on
the news at 9:00 next.
- 169. Hey, Chucky,
you're not watching me.
- 170. Hey, wanna play?
- 171. Hey, it's time for bed, Andy.
- 172. No, sir. Never saw the
little swab before.
- 173. Come on, Chucky. We have
to get ready to go to bed.
- 174. I'm not a stowaway.
Mr. Ghoo brought me here.
- 175. And who might Mr. Apple be?
- 176. Aunt Maggie, Chucky wants
to watch the 9:00 news.
- 177. Sure he does.
- 178. Okay, kid, off we go.
- 179. Come on. There we go.
- 180. - Chucky.
- Oh, yes, Chucky.
- 181. You, too. Off we go.
- 182. Now, it's brush your teeth and
under the covers with you.
- 183. Okay? Agreed?
- 184. Good. Okay.
- 185. You yell when you're ready
for me to tuck you in.
- 186. Hey, Chucky, want to see my room?
- 187. Andy, are you brushing your teeth?
- 188. Yes, Aunt Maggie.
- 189. Good.
- 190. And now, Action News at 9:00.
- 191. In Washington today,
- 192. the mayor replied that he would study
the congressional findings carefully
- 193. and have the commission on gang-related
violence issue recommendations to him.
- 194. Back to you, Steve.
- 195. Thank you, Terry.
- 196. In other news, police have now
clarified the information
- 197. regarding the escape
of Eddie Caputo.
- 198. Authorities say that Caputo
managed to elude his captors
- 199. while being transferred onto a prison
bus on his way to court. Of course...
- 200. Okay, mister, what do you
have to say about this?
- 201. - About what?
- Come on. Come on.
- 202. You know, you have to learn that
when I say something, I mean it.
- 203. - But what did I do?
- You know what I'm talking about.
- 204. Turning the TV on and putting
Chucky in front of it
- 205. when I told you it was
time to go to bed.
- 206. - I didn't do that.
- Oh, no? What did Chucky do?
- 207. Walk into the living room and
turn it on all by himself?
- 208. Did you do that, Chucky?
- 209. Andy, stop it. Now, come on,
under the covers. Hurry.
- 210. - But, Auntie...
- Under the covers and not another word.
- 211. But I didn't put Chucky
in front of the TV.
- 212. Enough. Okay?
- 213. Give me a kiss.
- 214. Good night, baby,
and happy birthday.
- 215. Good night, Aunt Maggie.
- 216. I told you she'd be mad at
you if you watched the news.
- 217. I missed you, my dear.
- 218. I was afraid you weren't
going to show up.
- 219. Too bad about the accident.
- 220. Yes. Papa told us
they just found it.
- 221. Haw did you know?
- 222. I must have heard it somewhere.
- 223. I haven't seen you
in so long, darling.
- 224. I mean, couldn't we take a
little walk, or something?
- 225. It looks as though you haven't had
a breath of fresh air in days.
- 226. - A walk?
- Of course.
- 227. The air outside will do you good.
Besides, you'll work up an appetite.
- 228. Please.
- 229. But, Janice, surely
it's going to rain.
- 230. Andy?
- 231. Depends on whether
there's an indictment.
- 232. Well, they don't always...
- 233. Andy, is that you?
- 234. How did that happen?
- 235. Uh... Hello?
- 236. Hi. How's it going? How's Andy?
- 237. Karen?
- 238. Yeah. Who else would it be?
Is something wrong?
- 239. Uh...
- 240. No.
- 241. Everything's fine.
- 242. Are you sure? You don't
sound like everything's fine.
- 243. No, I just had a bit of the
alone-at-night willies. You know?
- 244. Now, would you stop worrying
- 245. and give Criswell a kick
in the pants for me?
- 246. You got it.
- 247. Hey, listen, Maggie.
Thank you for everything.
- 248. You're a real pal.
- 249. Oh, yeah?
- 250. Yeah, yeah. Give Andy a kiss for me,
will you? See you soon. Bye.
- 251. What is wrong with me?
- 252. I'm scaring myself half to death.
- 253. Step away from this barricade.
- 254. Come on, move it back.
There's nothing to see.
- 255. Now, let's move this
police line back here.
- 256. Go on home, folks, please.
- 257. She was on the sixth floor.
- 258. - Miss, what do you think you're doing?
- I live here.
- 259. Andy?
- 260. Oh, no. Andy?
- 261. Andy?
- 262. Andy!
- 263. Mommy!
- 264. Oh, thank God.
- 265. Are you all right?
- 266. Oh, I'm so glad.
I got so scared when I...
- 267. What's wrong? Where's Maggie?
- 268. - She had an accident.
- Accident? What kind of an accident?
- 269. Mrs. Barclay, I'm Detective
Mike Norris, Homicide.
- 270. Could I talk to you
out in the hall?
- 271. - Why? What's happened to Maggie?
- 272. I'll be right back.
- 273. Look, Mrs. Barclay...
- 274. What?
- 275. - Miss Peterson's dead, Mrs. Barclay.
- 276. - How?
- She fell from your kitchen window.
- 277. Oh, no.
- 278. You all right?
- 279. - Yes.
- All right.
- 280. Come on.
- 281. Oh, Maggie.
- 282. Did you check over here?
- 283. Oh, Maggie.
- 284. You got any idea what these are?
- 285. No.
- 286. They look like footprints, don't they?
Very small footprints.
- 287. What are you implying?
- 288. I don't know. What would Andy be
doing up on the counter, right?
- 289. - What?
- 290. I already checked his closet. None
of his shoes matched these prints.
- 291. Mommy? Mommy?
- 292. Chucky wanted to know
what was going on.
- 293. Andy, I want you to go to bed.
The detective and I are very busy.
- 294. - But, Mom...
- Right now, please.
- 295. Andy.
- 296. What do you got on your feet?
- 297. Good Guy PJ sneakers.
- 298. Wow. Come here.
- 299. - Can I see the bottoms of them?
- 300. Look at this. There's a gun.
Is that a cowboy hat?
- 301. Andy, get into bed. I'll be in
in a minute to tuck you in.
- 302. - But, Mom...
- Right now.
- 303. Why are you treating
Andy like this?
- 304. If he says he doesn't know how those
footprints got there, then he doesn't.
- 305. Look, Mrs. Barclay, somebody made
those footprints. If not Andy, then who?
- 306. I don't know, and I don't care.
- 307. All I know is that I've just lost my best
friend tonight to a horrible accident
- 308. and I would like some
time alone with my son,
- 309. who I'm sure is just as
upset about this as I am.
- 310. Okay. Sorry. I'm sorry.
- 311. I'll clear everybody out
of here right away. Okay?
- 312. Hey, guys, you done?
Let's go. Chop-chop.
- 313. Let's go, everybody. Out of here.
- 314. Let's clear this up
over here. Come on.
- 315. Okay.
- 316. Let's go, Sid.
- 317. What do you think was so important
about my sneakers, Chucky?
- 318. You don't know either, do you?
- 319. Well, let me know if you find out
anything about those footprints.
- 320. Mommy, Mommy.
- 321. Mommy, I know who was on the
kitchen counter. I know, I know.
- 322. - Andy, I thought I...
- Who, Andy? Who?
- 323. Chucky!
- 324. Your doll?
- 325. Andy, that's enough
stories for tonight.
- 326. Now, come on, back to bed.
Now I mean it.
- 327. But, Mom...
- 328. Good night, Detective.
- 329. - What?
- Are you gonna call me?
- 330. - You don't give up, do you?
- I just... I hate loose ends.
- 331. And I hate people who
don't know when to stop.
- 332. Ouch.
- 333. - A spirited lady.
- No kidding.
- 334. I want that autopsy
report on my desk
- 335. - first thing tomorrow.
- 336. And anything you can find out
about Mrs. Barclay and her son.
- 337. You got it. Anything else
I can do for you, sir?
- 338. Oh, yeah. Here.
Get this to the lab.
- 339. I found it in the
corner of the kitchen.
- 340. - What is this?
- Possible murder weapon.
- 341. No.
- 342. Come on. You're kidding me.
- 343. Hey, you are
kidding me, aren't you?
- 344. 'Cause she saw you
walking and talking?
- 345. I guess there was
no hiding from her.
- 346. Andy, who are you talking to?
- 347. Chucky.
- 348. Chucky, huh?
- 349. Yeah, sure, Chucky.
- 350. He's sitting right over there.
- 351. Chucky's been talking
to you, too, hasn't he?
- 352. - What's he been saying?
- All kinds of things.
- 353. His real name is Charles Lee Ray,
- 354. and he's been sent down from
heaven by Daddy to play with me.
- 355. He has, has he? Anything else?
- 356. Yes. He said Aunt
Maggie was a real bitch
- 357. and got what she deserved.
- 358. Andy, how can you say
something so horrible?
- 359. I didn't say it. Chucky did.
- 360. Andy, stop it. You know perfectly
well that you're making this up.
- 361. But I'm not. Chucky's alive...
- 362. - Really, he is.
- Andy, Chucky... Chucky's a doll.
- 363. He's made of plastic and stuffing.
- 364. Look at him. Look at him.
- 365. Now, does he look like
anything else to you?
- 366. Don't, you'll hurt him.
- 367. Andy, look!
- 368. Now you don't really think
that Chucky is alive, do you?
- 369. But he is.
- 370. Andy, stop it. Please.
- 371. It's 'cause of Aunt Maggie
you're yelling at me, isn't it?
- 372. Yes. Yes, I guess it is.
- 373. I'm sorry.
- 374. I'll stop making up stories.
- 375. Thanks, champ.
- 376. Do you wanna sleep
in with me tonight?
- 377. No, it's all right.
- 378. I've got Chucky.
- 379. Come on, into bed.
- 380. Good night, sweetheart.
- 381. I love you.
- 382. Good night.
- 383. You're right, Chucky.
She didn't believe me.
- 384. Hi. I like to be hugged.
- 385. Good. I'd love to hug you, too.
- 386. Hey.
- 387. You sure you're all
right about last night?
- 388. No bad dreams about Aunt Maggie?
- 389. And Chucky's only a doll, right?
- 390. All right, off to school with you,
then. I love you tons.
- 391. 43rd street. Next stop, 47th.
- 392. Is that Eddie's?
- 393. Look, you stay here.
I have to go tinkle.
- 394. I'll be right there, Chucky.
- 395. Chucky?
- 396. Chucky?
- 397. Chucky?
- 398. Chucky?
- 399. Chucky?
- 400. Chucky?
- 401. Chucky?
- 402. Chucky?
- 403. Mrs. Barclay.
- 404. Detective Norris, I came as
soon as I got your message.
- 405. You haven't been to the school
to pick up your son yet?
- 406. - No. No, I came directly from work. Why?
- Let's go into my office.
- 407. - Is something wrong with Andy?
- 408. I...
- 409. I don't know how to tell
you this, Mrs. Barclay.
- 410. Tell me what?
- 411. Do you have any idea why your Aunt
Maggie fell out of that window?
- 412. - Yes.
- Could you tell me why?
- 413. 'Cause she saw Chucky, and it
scared her so much, she fell out.
- 414. Oh, she did, huh?
- 415. So why did Chucky go
to see Eddie Caputo?
- 416. Mommy!
- 417. Oh, Andy.
- 418. All right, sweetheart. Come on.
- 419. Now listen to me, okay?
- 420. Nobody believes you about Chucky.
- 421. Unless you start telling
the truth right now,
- 422. they're going to take
you away from me.
- 423. You hear that, Chucky?
- 424. They're taking me away
unless you say something.
- 425. Please, say something.
- 426. Come on, Chucky. Say something.
- 427. Tell me why you lied to
me about everything.
- 428. Come on, Chucky. Say something.
- 429. Tell me.
- 430. Hi, I'm Chucky, and I'm your
friend to the end. Hidey-ho.
- 431. Mommy, he's doing it on purpose.
- 432. He told me never to tell
about him or he'd kill me.
- 433. Mrs. Barclay, my name is Dr. Ardmore.
I'm from County General.
- 434. I've seen more than enough.
- 435. Maybe Andy should spend
a couple of days with us.
- 436. Well, say something,
you little bastard.
- 437. Say something, damn it!
- 438. Hi. I like to be hugged.
- 439. "He wants you for a best friend."
- 440. Yeah, sure.
- 441. Hi, I'm Chucky. Wanna play?
- 442. Talk to me.
- 443. Come on, talk.
- 444. I said, talk to me,
damn it. All right.
- 445. Then I'm gonna make you talk!
- 446. I said talk to me, damn it, or else
I am gonna throw you in the fire!
- 447. You stupid bitch! You filthy slut!
- 448. - I'll teach you to fuck with me!
- No! No!
- 449. Stop!
- 450. No.
- 451. No.
- 452. No!
- 453. Detective Norris!
- 454. Mrs. Barclay, what are
you doing back here?
- 455. Andy was telling the truth. Chucky
is alive and he killed Eddie Caputo.
- 456. - What?
- I took him home to my apartment.
- 457. I was about to throw away the box that
he came in when the batteries fell out.
- 458. Don't you see?
- 459. He's been moving and talking for
days without any batteries in him.
- 460. - What are you talking about?
- How I found out the doll was alive.
- 461. See, I threatened to throw
him into the fireplace,
- 462. when all of a sudden,
he came alive in my hand.
- 463. I dropped him, and he got up
and ran out of the apartment.
- 464. Good night, Mrs. Barclay.
- 465. Wait a minute. I am
telling you the truth.
- 466. He killed Maggie.
He killed Eddie Caputo.
- 467. Look, Mrs. Barclay. I sympathize
with you. I really do.
- 468. I hated what happened
in there today.
- 469. - But lying is not gonna help your son.
- Lying? Does this look like I'm lying?
- 470. - How did you get those?
- Chucky bit me.
- 471. Oh, for God's sake.
- 472. All right, don't believe me.
- 473. - Where you going?
- To find Chucky.
- 474. How you gonna do that?
- 475. I bought him from a peddler
where I work. I'll start there.
- 476. That isn't a good part of town
to be in at this time of night.
- 477. Mrs. Barclay, do you hear me?
- 478. You don't want to go down
there at this time of night.
- 479. God damn it.
- 480. What's she doing here?
- 481. Hey, excuse me.
- 482. Mister.
- 483. Mister.
- 484. I'm not gonna hurt you.
Do you remember me?
- 485. - No, no.
- I'm sorry. I bought a doll from you
- 486. in back of Carson's department
store with my friend yesterday.
- 487. - Doll?
- Yes, a Good Guy doll.
- 488. - You sold it to me. Do you remember?
- Oh, yeah, a doll. What about it?
- 489. Where did you get it?
- 490. What will you give
me if I tell you?
- 491. I don't have much, but you're
welcome to whatever I have.
- 492. It's not enough. What else you got?
- 493. - That's all I've got.
- All you got?
- 494. - What are you... Yes.
- That's not all you got.
- 495. - Wait a minute.
- No, you got a lot.
- 496. No. No, no.
- 497. No. Wait. No, no!
- 498. Pig!
- 499. - Christ, he's a cop!
- All right. What about the rest of you?
- 500. You wanna party, too?
- 501. All right. Now, you want to
answer the lady's question now?
- 502. - Where did you get the doll from?
- I don't know nothing about no doll.
- 503. You're not gonna know nothing
about nothing in a minute,
- 504. unless you talk to me. Now talk!
- 505. A burned-out toy store on Wabash.
That's where I got it.
- 506. Get out of here.
- 507. What's wrong?
- 508. Nothing.
- 509. Well, wait a minute. Something the
peddler said upset you. What was it?
- 510. I just told you, nothing.
- 511. God damn it. My son's life is
at stake. Now, what was it?
- 512. The place where he said he got the
doll, Charles Lee Ray died there.
- 513. Who?
- 514. The Lake Shore Strangler. The man
who's partners with Eddie Caputo.
- 515. - Hey. Where are you going now?
- Wabash and Van Buren.
- 516. There's nothing there. It's an
abandoned wreck of a store.
- 517. Why don't you believe me?
- 518. It was struck by lightning the
night that Charles Lee Ray died.
- 519. How do you know that?
- 520. Because I was there.
I was the man who killed him.
- 521. Why didn't you tell me?
- 522. It's not exactly the kind
of thing you tell someone.
- 523. Come on, let me take you home.
You need some sleep.
- 524. Did he say anything?
Anything at all?
- 525. - Who?
- Charles Lee Ray.
- 526. Yeah. He threatened to
kill me and Eddie Caputo.
- 527. I'm sorry you couldn't find
anything to help Andy.
- 528. I really am.
- 529. But I did. I found out that
Chucky is Charles Lee Ray.
- 530. The only thing I don't know is
how he got inside the doll.
- 531. - Good night, Mrs. Barclay.
- Where did Charles Lee Ray live?
- 532. Look, please, will you
just get out of the car?
- 533. Hey, just tell me where he lived.
- 534. Don't you understand?
Andy's life depends on it.
- 535. 730 Stoney Island, the south side.
- 536. But I've already checked the place out.
There's nothing there. Now, good night.
- 537. Wait a minute. Where are you going?
- 538. - Home, to get some sleep.
- No, you can't do that.
- 539. Don't you see? You just said it.
- 540. Chucky killed Caputo.
That leaves you.
- 541. - That does it.
- Please listen to me.
- 542. - Out.
- I am telling you the truth.
- 543. Why won't you believe me?
- 544. Because I'm sane, Mrs. Barclay.
Sane and rational.
- 545. All right. All right.
- 546. Do you remember what you said the first
night you met me in my apartment?
- 547. - What about it?
- You said you didn't like loose ends.
- 548. Well, I'm a loose end.
- 549. You can't just let go what I said
tonight without checking it out.
- 550. For the last time,
Mrs. Barclay, good night.
- 551. I go outside
- 552. Don't you lift the top
- 553. When you want to see inside
- 554. You can only see one thing
- 555. At a time and that won't...
- 556. Good night, asshole.
- 557. Jeez, look out!
- 558. Hi, Mikey.
- 559. Won't do you any good,
Mikey. You can't hurt me.
- 560. Karen.
- 561. What are you doing here?
- 562. After I talked to you last night,
- 563. I decided to go back to the
station and pull Ray's file.
- 564. I learned a couple of things.
His nickname was Chucky,
- 565. and he spent a lot of
time with this man.
- 566. Now, all we have to do is
find him before Chucky does.
- 567. Hello, John.
- 568. Over here.
- 569. Hi.
- 570. It's me. Chucky.
- 571. What do you think? The grigri work?
- 572. You know, when I came here learning
all that stuff about how to beat death,
- 573. I thought maybe you
were pulling my chain.
- 574. But not now. Not now.
- 575. - Only one problem.
- 576. This. I didn't think
anybody could hurt me.
- 577. But last night, I got shot.
- 578. You know something? It hurt.
- 579. It hurt like a son of a bitch.
It even bled.
- 580. Now why's that, John?
- 581. - You're turning human.
- 582. The more time you
spend in that body,
- 583. the more human you'll become.
- 584. You mean I have to live out the
rest of my life in this body?
- 585. No fucking way. You got me
into this, you get me out.
- 586. - I can't do that, Chucky.
- Why not?
- 587. Because you're an abomination,
- 588. an outrage against nature.
- 589. You perverted everything I've
taught you and used it for evil.
- 590. And you have to be stopped.
- 591. You know, I thought something
like this might happen.
- 592. - That's why I prepared for it.
- What are you talking about?
- 593. Your own personal mojo, doc.
- 594. - Give me that.
- Sure. How do you want it? Broken leg?
- 595. Shouldn't tell your customers where
you hide things like this, John.
- 596. Gets you in trouble every time.
- 597. Now how do I get out of this body?
- 598. - No, I won't tell you.
- 599. Tell me or die, John. Your choice.
- 600. No, I'll tell you.
- 601. You have to transfer your
soul out of the doll
- 602. into that of the first human being
you revealed your true self to.
- 603. You mean the first person I let in
on the fact that I was really alive?
- 604. I don't believe it.
I just don't believe it.
- 605. The first person I let in on my
little secret was a six-year-old kid.
- 606. I'm gonna be six years old again.
- 607. Well, John, it's been fun,
but I gotta go.
- 608. I have a date with
a six-year-old boy.
- 609. And you have a date with death.
- 610. So long, John.
- 611. Hold it. Wait, wait.
- 612. Oh, my God.
- 613. - Too late.
- 614. Must save the boy. Must...
- 615. Must get his soul
- 616. into him like he got into doll.
- 617. What?
- 618. You must stop him before
he can say the chant.
- 619. Kill him before he can say it.
- 620. But how? How?
- 621. The heart. His heart
is almost human.
- 622. It's the only way.
Through the heart.
- 623. Help me! Help me!
Dr. Ardmore, Chucky's here!
- 624. Help me! He's coming to kill me!
He's here. Chucky's here.
- 625. I don't see anybody.
- 626. But, Doctor, Chucky's here,
- 627. and he's going to kill me.
- 628. But Chucky is here,
and he's going to kill me!
- 629. He's going to kill me.
- 630. Please don't leave me. Please.
- 631. No!
- 632. - Andy, stop.
- Hey, wait a minute.
- 633. Stop him!
- 634. Check the north corridor.
- 635. Easy. Easy, it's all right,
Andy. It's all right.
- 636. You're not gonna need
this anymore, all right?
- 637. But I do. Chucky's in the room,
and he's trying to kill me.
- 638. No, Andy. It's gonna be
all right. I'm here now.
- 639. And I'm gonna protect you.
- 640. Andy. Easy, boy. Easy.
- 641. Come on, nobody's here.
- 642. - No, please. He'll kill you, too.
- Andy, now...
- 643. No, please. Listen to me. Please.
- 644. Andy, now this is just gonna
sting you for one second.
- 645. Stop! Stop! Stop! Stop!
- 646. Stop.
- 647. What happened?
- 648. Look, miss, could you just excuse
us for a minute here, all right?
- 649. What?
- 650. - What?
- Yeah, yeah.
- 651. Fried him to a crisp with the electric
shock machine and then he escaped.
- 652. Escaped? Where?
- 653. We don't know, but I bet she does.
- 654. Chucky. You seen Chucky anywhere?
- 655. - Who's Chucky?
- Kid's doll.
- 656. The same one that was
at the station house.
- 657. Have you seen him anywhere?
- 658. What am I gonna know about
a doll? Where are you going?
- 659. They think Andy did it.
- 660. I know, the girl said that Chucky was
here, and that he was looking for Andy.
- 661. - But where would Andy go?
- He'd go home.
- 662. I always told him to go
there if he was in trouble.
- 663. - Does he have a key?
- It's under the mat.
- 664. Come on. Come on.
We don't have much time.
- 665. Look, George. Some child left
their doll in the elevator.
- 666. Leave it alone. Whoever left it
there will come back looking for it.
- 667. Ugly doll.
- 668. Fuck you.
- 669. Surprise!
- 670. Batter up!
- 671. Ade due damballa.
- 672. Valinchella santeria
- 673. Oya shungo yenya macumba.
- 674. Give me the power, I beg of you.
- 675. Leveau mercier du bois chio.
- 676. Secoise entienne
mais pois de morte.
- 677. Andy!
- 678. - Morteisme lieu...
- 679. - Andy!
- 680. Andy, can you hear me?
- 681. Secoise entienne
mais pois de morte.
- 682. Morteisme lieu de vocuier
de mieu vochette.
- 683. - Andy!
- Endelieu pour de boisette damba...
- 684. Andy.
- 685. Karen, Karen, are you all right?
- 686. Oh, Mike.
- 687. Just take care of Andy.
- 688. Karen, Karen.
- 689. - Take this. Take it.
- 690. Mommy.
- 691. What's wrong? Gun jammed?
- 692. Andy!
- 693. Andy, help me. The matches.
- 694. Andy!
- 695. Please! Now!
- 696. Andy, no, please.
- 697. We're friends to the end. Remember?
- 698. This is the end, friend.
- 699. Oh, my baby.
- 700. Karen? Andy? You all right?
- 701. Andy, go get me the first-aid kit under
the kitchen sink really fast. Okay?
- 702. - What happened?
- Oh, God. Chucky's dead.
- 703. Mommy, Chucky's gone.
- 704. Andy, hurry up.
- 705. Andy.
- 706. Hello, Andy.
- 707. Mommy.
- 708. Mommy.
- 709. Mommy!
- 710. Give me the boy,
and I'll let you live.
- 711. Do you hear me? Give me the boy.
- 712. Mommy!
- 713. Give me the boy.
- 714. What the hell's going on here?
- 715. - Oh, hey, hey, hey.
- 716. Oh, Jesus.
- 717. Yeah, I got a cop down here.
Multiple stab wounds.
- 718. The Brewster Apartments on North
Grand Street. Make it fast.
- 719. All right, they're gonna be here in 10
minutes. Now, tell me what happened.
- 720. The kid was right.
The doll's alive.
- 721. - He almost got the three of us.
- Come on, what are you talking about?
- 722. You don't believe me? All right, well,
go on. Check it out in the hall.
- 723. It's scattered all over the
place. But don't touch it.
- 724. Do you understand me?
Don't you touch one part of it!
- 725. All right, look. Take it easy, okay?
Just relax yourself, all right? All right.
- 726. Okay, Mike. I'd like you to take
a look at this thing, okay?
- 727. Because there's no way
this thing's alive.
- 728. - I thought I told you not to touch it.
- Mike, will you be sensible?
- 729. Come on, look. It's as dead
as they come. It's dead.
- 730. Choke him! Kill him!
- 731. Rip his throat out.
- 732. Kill him!
- 733. Kill him.
- 734. Kill him now! Strangle him!
Don't let go!
- 735. God.
- 736. Kill 'em! Kill 'em! Kill 'em all!
- 737. The heart. Shoot him in the heart.
- 738. Hi, I'm Chucky.
- 739. Wanna play?
- 740. - You believe me now?
- 741. But who's gonna believe me?
- 742. Come on.
- 743. All right. Ready? Here we go.
- 744. Come on.
- 745. Andy.
- 746. Come on. We're gonna go
to the hospital with Mike.
- 747. Let's go.