Jake takes an Uber back to Hackensack to make sure the Cross kids are safe and gets into some overdue behavior with his boos, but Chucky is already plotting his next move. The trio immediately clocked Belle dolls exactly like the dolls from “Bride of Chucky,” because we won’t forget, Don Mancini created a great sandbox for all of these characters to play with. In fact, the entire premiere, which is hilariously named “Halloween II,” is filled with references to other horror movies like “Scream,” “The Strangers,” and of course, the prologue. POV of “Halloween”. The “Chucky” series has never been shy about having fun with the horror genre, and season 2 is no different.
When the three meet at Cross’s house to plan their battle, the doorbell rings and Caroline once again opens it unattended. Friend yes Stop opening the door yourself! At the door was Gary, Jake’s younger brother, holding Chucky in his arms while Chucky was armed with a homemade bomb. Yep – Chucky appears 100% ready to take all the kids out at once on a suicide mission. With last season ending with the creation of an entire army of Chucky dolls, there’s a lot to spare. Gary was happy to be there, but Chucky cut him off when he tried another “Holy ____, Batman” joke and told him his cane was getting old. One of the people, that one person. Devon successfully attacks Chucky with a mission and knocks him out, but Gary runs away with the bomb thinking it’s a fun toy. Chucky jumped on his back and hit the fuse, blasting both him and Gary into a cloud of blue smoke. RIP Robin.
https://www.slashfilm.com/1043212/chucky-season-2-loudly-proudly-declares-that-its-no-fan-of-children/ Chucky part 2 loudly, proudly declares that it is not a fan of children