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2nd Week of July 2008 Daily Summaries


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Monday
July 7, 2008
The Poster Women for Why Everything Isn't Fair in Love and War

Tabitha begs Endora to materialize and get to packing so they can get out of Dodge before destruction hits. Instead, Esme materializes with a bottle of champagne. Having felt the odd woman out among all the couples at the wedding rehearsal, she's come to visit her new best friend. With so much packing to do, Tabby balks at the idea of drinking. "Life isn't worth living without libation," Esme insists. Unmoved, Tabby suggest Esme warn everyone at the rehearsal dinner to get out of town, but Esme wants them all to enjoy the meal she's hosting. "It wouldn't kill anyone to stay and enjoy what could possibly be their last meal," she shrugs and then tells Tabs that we all need eight glasses of liquor a day. Tabby quickly corrects that it's "liquid", not liquor, and that rule only applies to mortals, anyway. Esme calls the stuff Tabby's packing junk and then, after Tabby starts ranting about her things, says, "Memories are not things. Memories live in your heart and soul." Knowing nothing will survive the disaster, Tabby just shrubs, "I like my things." Esme offers to forward her stuff to her, so Tabby again tells her Harmony will be swallowed by the sea. Esme vaguely recalls a convo about that, but after Tabby catches her up again, she jumps up and realizes she must go get Viki, warn everybody and get out of town. Tabitha says it's too late, since they don't have magic to cover their tracks like Tabby does. Esme insists Tabby must protect her and Viki with her magic, but Tabby says it won't work for mortals and wherever they go, the disaster will follow. Esme cries that she doesn't want to die and, "Viki is too young and innocent!"

When Tabby starts to tell her the truth about her niece, the caldron starts bubbling, catching Esme's attention. "It seems this news update is for you," Tabby says. Then, to Esme's confusion, she reveals that Viki is "a lean, mean killing machine." Esme loses her patience when Tabby tells her Viki murdered her own parents and accuses Tabby of all of Vikki's attacks, since she's a witch. Tabby tries to calm her, explaining Esme must face facts, as she may be the only one who can stop Viki now. "She's a very sick teenager with a warped mind," Tabby insists, explaining Viki kills to keep Esme close. When Esme says she has no proof, Tabby lets her watch a recap of Viki's actions in the bowl. She balks, sure the witch can use the bowl to lie, so Tabby swears on her love for Endora that Esme can trust the bowl and drags her over for a show. Esme watches in horror as Viki's evil acts replay. "My sweet innocent niece is a serial killer!" she cries. Tabby says at least now she can get Viki to repent and receive God's forgiveness.

At the rehearsal dinner, Vincent (aka Dolly) serves out the deadly sauce and Sheridan watches, unsure of whether to tell all before everyone dies. She sees Luis kiss Fancy and decides she'll make the big announcement once Fancy has fallen victim, thus saving everyone else and reuniting with Luis. She may hate the idea of Fancy dead, but it's better than Fancy with Luis! Eve joins Sheridan, followed by Ivy, who asks after Pretty. Eve is sorry to report Pretty will be locked up in the loony bin for "a long time". Ivy feels guilty for not keeping a better eye on her daughter, but Eve insists it's not her fault, referencing the history of crazy Crane women. Ivy denies the curse, pointing to Sheridan as proof. After all she's been through, Ivy concludes, "She's not plotting to hurt anyone." She's just plotting to let someone else kill someone! But of course, they don't know that as they go on about how sane Sher Sher is, while Pretty let her anger drive her to insanity. "What normal person thinks that killing their enemy is ever going to gain them love," Ivy sighs, so Sheridan reminds herself she's not "actually killing Fancy... just letting her murder happen." Then, out loud, she reminds Eve and Ivy of what they've done for love. Ivy tries to walk away, but Sheridan stops her as she recounts their past evil doings. "Who are you to judge Pretty?" she concludes. "Isn't it true that all is fair in love and war?" After Viki swings through to ask them to sit and eat, Eve thanks Sheridan for reminding her. "I know I was wrong, even when I stood by and I did nothing," she sighs. Ivy agrees, quipping, "We could both be the poster women for why everything isn't fair in love and war. Doing bad things and even just letting bad things happen is wrong." Instead of picking up the message, Sheridan points out that the two recovering connivers ended up with their true loves and wonders what would have happened if Pretty's plan had worked. Eve argues that they never killed anyone and tells Sheridan not to worry. They'll keep an eye and won't let her go crazy like Pretty has. Ivy quips that if Sheridan's sanity has lasted this long, there won't be anything to watch for. Eve suggests Sher just feel proud for protecting Luis and Fancy's relationship from Pretty. As they walk off, Sheridan realizes Fancy may not be the first person to eat, and wonders whether the other deaths will be too much blood on her hands.

Ethan is glad Gert-resa made it back for dinner and asks where she'd disappeared to during the rehearsal. After Gert-resa flashes back to almost dying of gas inhalation in the basement, Gwen jumps in and says she sent the nanny to the basement on an errand. Gwen and Ethan walk off, leaving Gert-resa to bemoan her situation to her mother. Pilar basically tells her to suck it up, but Gert-resa wants to die. As luck would have it, Vincent pops up with two plates of poisoned food. Gert-resa suspects Gwen is the one who locked her in the basement, but Pilar poo poos that, reminding her Gwen doesn't know who she is and insists her daughter eat. "I've really lost him forever, Mama," she sighs. Then Vincent asks Gert-resa to sit to dinner, so Ethan asks her to sit next to him. She doesn't want to watch the love-fest, but before she can say no, Gwen invites her over too. As she sits, Gwen lays in on thick, cooing to her about handsome Ethan, saying Gertie must want a man just like him and promising she'll surely one day find "a man who will love you just like Ethan loves me." 

Across the room, Julian gives Luis and Fancy his blessing and apologizes to Luis for helping Alistair torture the Lopez-Fitzgerald clan. "Perhaps the Cranes can use whatever power they have to help people of this town, rather than oppress them," he said, going on to call it a "new day, a future where people can finally have hopes and dreams." Luis is impressed.

But Vincent is just glad his mom and dad came back to the party! He's even more excited when he gets to serve them his "to die for" food and Viki can't wait to see Ivy fall. Sheridan, however, has a change in heart after finding Luis and Fancy at their table. Fancy's "dying to eat" and Luis is talking of bringing home leftovers for Marty. The idea that her son could have died because of her silence gives Sher Sher a reality check. She immediately turns to Viki and Vincent and calls them out quietly. Then, she turns to the group and starts to tell all! Before she can say anything, however, Vincent has a gun in her back, threatening to kill Marty next if she talks. She quickly covers, making a toast to Luis and Fancy. She admits she loves Luis, "But I love him enough to wish him a happy life, even if he doesn't spend it with me." After she concludes that she's happy for them, Viki and Vincent lock her in a closet. They skip away happily as Sheridan yells for them to stop their plan. Viki worries someone will hear her, so Vincent turns on some classical music. When Luis hears one of Sheridan's cries and asks Fancy if she'll check the bathroom for her aunt, Viki steps in and says Sheridan went to take a call.

Then Noah gets up, rehashes some of the couple-swapping that's happened in recent years and concludes, "True love always finds its way," before toasting to Paloma. They kiss and then, to the pleasure of the Vicious V's, Paloma suggests they all get to dinner. But Julian wants to make a toast, so he asks to have the now louder music turned down. Vincent says it's stuck and suggests they eat while he fixes it. Julian sits back down and coos over the delicious mushroom sauce. Moments later, he's clearing his throat. Gert-resa doesn't take a bite, because watching Gwen feed Ethan makes her sick to her stomach, but soon, everyone who's eaten is clearing their throats and coughing.

That's where Esme and Tabitha's caldron-vision comes in and Esme nearly passes out at realizing her niece has stepped up to mass murder, but pulls herself together to run to the church and stop them. Endora insists she and her mother must follow and help, but Tabitha says it's too late, since they've all eaten the sauce.

"All these people dying in a catholic church... guess you could say it's a mass murder," laughs Vincent, to Viki's delight. Sam struggles to stand and pulls his phone out to call for help, but falls. Vincent kicks away the phone and pulls off his wig, revealing himself and his doings to the chief and anyone in earshot. Viki also reveals her part in it all and revels in Ivy's pain. Sheridan is still trying to get out of the closet as Fancy and Luis fight to breathe. Fancy professes her love and falls. Nearby, Eve is struggling to revive Julian but then their son shows up and tells her what he and Viki have done. Since she hasn't had the deadly sauce, he starts strangling her. Paloma and Noah fall next, followed by Pilar. Ethan is down at the table, so gasping Gwen runs for help, but Viki intercepts her, saying, "Let me help you... The pile of dead bodies is this way!" Ethan falls from his chair and Gert-resa rushes to his side and finds he's not breathing. Luis tries to drag himself to fading Fancy's side, but doesn't seem to have it in him. It doesn't look like anyone will survive this.

Tuesday
July 8, 2008
For the Last Freaking Time...

With a storm brewing outside, Tabby continues to beg her daughter to come out. This time, it's Edna and Norma who materialize instead, wearing wetsuits and carrying surfboards. The girls hit the waves after overhearing Tabby's warnings that all mortals in Harmony are going to die. "We figured if we're gonna die, we better start on our bucket list," Norma explains, but Tabby reveals they aren't doomed like everyone else, as long as they leave town. After they change out of their wet gear, they ask Tabby why they'll survive. She explains that their bout in hell left a stench on them that will protect them from being followed. They're thrilled, to say the least, but still babble on about their bucket list until Tabby interrupts to worry over Endora. Edna can't understand why a smarty like Endora can't understand it's time to leave. When Tabby explains her daughter wants her to help save the locals, Endora pops into the conversation to insist on it. Edna wonders if the triad of Kay, Endora and Tabby can save them together, but Tabby reveals they've tried. What more, Kay is in another dimension with Miguel, trying to find another way, but Tabby has little faith it will work. The couple wants to help and calls for Endora. Edna reminds the girl of Beth's untimely end, as a lesson. The problem, Tabby suspects, is that Endora can hear them plotting and planning, so they start whispering. Then Tabs suggest her "lessie friends" get out of town and leave it to her, but Norma says they have to stand by the witches, noting Precious will "ape your saggy butt" if Edna leaves Tabby and Endora in a lurch. Edna agrees.

Then Tabby babbles nonsense, while using flashcards to present her plan to pretend evil has returned for Edna and Norma, so Endora will come save them. The ladies give her the thumbs up, so Tabby puts them in a cage and plays scared, albeit unconvincingly. They beg for her help, but she says she isn't strong enough to help them alone. Endora pops in to ask what's up, so her mom tells her she can save them by blowing the cage up from inside of it. Endora pops into the cage and the couple grabs her. "You tricked me!" Endora's thought bubble complains. Tabby zaps the couple out of the cage and then talks to a smaller cage, begging Endora to answer her... but she's not in there. Or is she? It turns out Endora is trying to trick them back, hoping they'll accidentally let her out of the cage, but Tabby doesn't fall for it. With her daughter packed up, she starts to get emotional about leaving, eyes moistening as she recounts her history and memories. The tears actually fall as she remembers Timmy. Endora continues to insist they stay and protect their friends. "What if we all stay," Edna wonders, but moist-eyed Tabby calls it "useless, hopeless."

Esme is in a state when she arrives at the church, vexed by Viki's killing spree, but she is quickly distracted by Sheridan yelling from the closet. As Esme struggles to let her out, she wonders how to explain she knows what her niece and Vincent are up to. When the door opens, the ladies run for the dinner, where they find Fancy and Luis in each other's arms, gasping for air. With all the death around them, Sheridan thinks this is all her fault and wonders if she's going Crane crazy. She begs Luis to live, but it's Fancy who's fading fast.

Luis is sure Eve can save them, but Esme finds her caught in a murderous massage train: Vincent is strangling her, Julian is strangling Vincent and Viki is strangling Julian, who was shocked to hear Viki was the one who maimed him! Esme screams Viki's whole name, ordering her to stop. Viki jumps up and tries to play innocent, but Esme's not buying it and calls her on the poisoning. She orders Vincent to stop too, but he just elbows Julian in the face, freeing himself. Then he gets back to strangling his mother, while Esme demands to know how Viki turned into a serial killer. Viki shrugs that it started when her parents wanted to send her to school. "After the usual kid tactics didn't get them to change their mind... well, snip snip on the car breaks and Kaboom!" Esme slugs her, reminding her that "kaboom" took her sister, and Viki insists she felt bad about that after Esme took her in. When Viki starts rehashing her other killings, Esme doesn't want to hear it. She's angry, but insists, "Don't you know I'd never leave you!"

Eve interrupts their hug by calling Esme over for help. Esme tries to talk Vincent down and then Sheridan helps her pull him off Eve and pin him against the wall. Vincent orders Viki to kill the ladies so he can get at Mom, but she won't attack Esme. He yells at Eve for abandoning him as a baby, so she loses it, screaming, "For the last freaking time, we didn't abandon you when you were a baby! Alistair kidnapped you from the hospital." Vincent counters that Alistair destroyed him, training him to be a nutter. "Grandfather tortured me. He called me names. He shocked me. He stalked me. He even put me in a rubber room and watched while someone blasted me with a fire hose," he cries. Eve tells him he's letting Alistair win, but crazy-eyed Vincent insists he's the winner, since he's made everyone suffer before they die. Then she asks whether it's the sauce or the mushrooms that are poisonous, but neither Vincent nor Viki will talk. "After everything I did for you!" Esme storms at Viki, unleashing a tirade against her niece. Viki notes her murders worked, keeping her near Esme, but then slips and lets them know the poison is from the mushrooms. Then, sure it's too late to save everyone, she reveals where they found the mushrooms. Eve knows what the antidote is, but can't get a line to call the hospital to have it rushed over. She tells everyone to keep the poisoned folks up and walking. Esme wonders what to do about the murderers, but Vincent shrugs, "Our work here is done."

Eve storms out, leaving Esme to turn on Vincent, blaming him for spoiling her niece. He smiles that it was just a lucky coincidence that he figured out Viki had killed Alistair and then compliments her for being the first in a long line of killers to succeed. Viki figures her lack of history with Alistair helped. "To me, he was just a nasty old man, not the all powerful demon God that his family and townspeople feared," she explains with a giggle. Esme doesn't understand how this coldblooded serial killer could be her sweet niece. Vincent and Viki follow Esme, taunting her as she walks Julian around until Eve returns to say she still hasn't gotten through to the hospital. Vincent figures the show's over and suggests he and Viki go get a bite. Esme tries to talk them out of it, but they walk away. "Enjoy the funerals," Vincent smiles, but they don't get far. Julian flies at them and takes them both down, with Esme and Eve jumping in to help. After they get the pair tied up, Esme prattles on about getting Viki help. "Don't count on it," Vincent warns, and Eve agrees. Afraid the doc didn't get through the hospital; Esme comes up with a plan B and runs to set it in motion. While she's gone, Eve rails against her son, saying(,) "I'm done with you!" and calling him "horrible." He smiles that she made him that way, but she won't hear it. Still holding Julian up, Eve begins to worry Esme won't return. Julian tells her not to give up hope, so she puts him down and tries to call the hospital again.

Though worried about her family, Gert-resa stays by Ethan's side and begs him to come back to her, talking as Theresa, not Gert-resa. She kisses him and he comes to. He calls her Gertrude, but then says, "You're not Gertrude. You're Theresa." She admits it, taking out her teeth. "I'm so happy right now, I don't feel any kind of pain," he says, relieved he found out before the ceremony with Gwen. "We're going to get a fairy tale ending," he says and they kiss. After more reuniting, rehashing and kissing, the scene flashes back to reality, where Ethan is still unconscious and Gert-resa is still begging him not to die. Sheridan swings by to tell "the nanny" to get Ethan up and walking. She can barely manage it and he soon passes out, going down again. She uses all her strength and words to get him to wake back up, but he seems to have lost the battle. "I would rather be dead than live without you," she cries and takes a finger full of poison. "I'm coming to join you!"

Sheridan returns to Luis and tries to get him walking. As she rehashes what's happened, Luis struggles to his feet. Then he tells her to help his fiancee, instead. She argues that he must live for Marty, but he insists she save Fancy. "I'll save you both," she agrees, but as he stumbles, he asks her to focus on Fancy. He rolls out of her arms and falls to the ground. She turns her attention on Fancy, insisting Fancy must live because she promised Luis she would save her. She also thinks to herself that she's killed her true love.

 

Wednesday
July 9, 2008
Be a Trendsetter!

Tabby closes the door against the storm raging outside and announces the evil forces are descending on Harmony. "I've seen worse," Endora thinks, making Tabby again apologize for tricking her into the mini cage. Endora continues to insist she won't leave her family behind, so Tabby explains, "Mortals die. That is something you'll have to get used to over the ages." She tries to change the tone by talking of meeting up with Edna and Norma at Precious' house, where they'll forget all about Harmony's demise, but Endora counters, "It's wrong to abandon everyone we know and love." Tabby is about to give a lecture about self preservation when Esme charges in panicking and begging her to save everyone at the rehearsal from certain death. "At least they're in the right place to do it," Tabby laughs and, patience lost, she again insists she can't help and must leave. Esme demands she not give up, so she shrugs that her hands are tied. "Your hands are covered with blood!" Esme corrects, asking how Tabby could live with herself. Beside herself, Tabby refuses to take the blame for the deaths Viki and Vincent are causing. She demands to know why she must save Cranes, Bennetts, L-P's or Russells, crying, "Do you know how many times members of those families have tried to kill me over the centuries? Let them die!"

Esme changes tacks and empathizes that she too has been treated like an outsider, but Tabby poo poos her faux tears. "You can't blame a girl from trying," Esme shrugs. Then she sincerely empathizes with how Tabby's been mistreated, but asks her if mortals are really to blame. "Weren't you proud to be an evil witch? Any mortal would be terrified of you!" she insists, but Tabby counters she only became a bad witch because she was always made to feel an outsider, even in school. "You're going to let the people of Harmony die because you weren't part of the in crowd?" Esme scoffs. She then notes that many of the ailing, innocent Harmony locals of this generation have treated Tabby like "a good friend and neighbor", yet Tabby is holding them responsible for her history of mistreatment. "Nice," she concludes sarcastically. Tabby grumbles about mortals and their need for fighting and war. "If people would just be more tolerant of each other," she wishes, so Esme suggests Tabby "be a trendsetter" and "reach out to the people in the church". Tabby grumbles that she's missed the point, adding that if she did save them, not one of them would thank her. Esme grumbles back, saying, "This is why I hate politics: Everyone talks about change - yack, yack, yack - but when it comes down to it, nothing ever really changes."

That's when Endora thinks to ask if "Daddy" is at church. Esme if floored to learn she means Julian. "He certainly gets around," she notes, but then sees her chance and tells the invisible girl that her daddy is in fact dying in church. Tabby again moans over the idea of saving a Crane after generations of cruelties, so her daughter reminds her she's half-Crane. "You are no such thing! You are a Lennox, through and through," Tabby insists, grabbing the cage and turning to leave. Esme stands in her way, even after Tabby warns she can turn her to ash. "Someone has got to tell you what's what!" she charges, railing against Tabby for being "all talk, no action" and accusing her of being "worse than a typical mortal" for letting innocent people die. Tabby turns her attention to Endora, begging her to understand that she can't do anything and even if she saves locals now, they will just die when the evil finds them. "That is not written in stone," Esme says, revealing she's done her research on evil prophesies and learned that "sometimes an act of unexpected goodness happening in the midst of evil can change the course of things." Sounds good, until she says she learned it on Scooby Doo! But Esme still suggests Tabby's act of good is what it will take. Tabby in turn says no again, so Esme realizes there's more going on.

"There's something stopping you from going into that church," she says. Tabby just orders her to get out of the way and wishes her luck, but Esme demands the truth and Endora wants to know too. "If I step foot into that church, I will lose my powers," Tabby reveals, and she's not willing to do that for anyone. "Will you do it for me, Mommy?" Endora asks. Then she points out she got her powers back last time, but Tabs insists they won't come back this time. "If I walk into that church and perform an act of goodness, I might as well take vows and become a nun!" Endora promises to protect her mother once she's mortal, but Tabby begs, "I couldn't bear to be a mewling, puking, sniveling, cowardly mortal! Please, please don't ask me to lose who I am." Esme interrupts to say time is running out and Endora says it will break her heart if Daddy dies. Tabitha counters that losing her powers will break hers, not to mention turn her into a sitting duck for all those who wish vengeance on her. Endora again promises to protect her, but Tabby says it's her job to protect her daughter. Esme finally makes ground when she counters that saving Endora's father is the epitome of protecting her. Tabby fights it, but finally give in and lets Endora out of the cage. Esme gets choked up, recalling all the times her own mother said, "I'm letting you out of the cage, Esme" or "I'm un-strapping you, Esme." Then Tabby tells her daughter to stay put, so she's safe and can zap them to Precious' place as soon as this is over. "You're my hero," Endora cheers, telling her mom she's the best witch ever. "For now," Tabby sighs, head hanging as she heads to the church.

Things are going from bad to worse at the church. With a poisoned morsel in hand, Gert-resa tells a presumably dead Ethan that since she can't save him, she's going to join him. "We're going to walk into heaven together," she promises, but Pilar grabs her arm and stops the poison from passing her lips. Gert-resa insists she wants to die with Ethan and, even with her mother pulling her arm, gets the meat to her lips. Pilar fights her until suddenly she convulses and drops into her daughter's arms. 

Eve walkie talkies the hospital, but isn't sure it's working even as she begs for the antidote. Vincent cackles that with the storm raging, no one will come. He and Viki are patting themselves on the back and laugh over their success. Viki steps it up a notch by mimicking Eve's repeated calls for help and telling her it's too late already. When no one answers, Eve again works to get Julian walking until the antidote arrives. She tells Sheridan, who is walking Fancy, that they have to get everyone up. Sheridan is trying to save Fancy for Luis, as she promised, but seeing him unconscious, she lets go of Fancy and goes to his side, begging him to wake up. He wakes and calls for Fancy, who croaks back his name as she slides down the wall. Then Eve shows up and tells Sheridan to get as much water into the victims as possible. She also explains that the rescuers know they need help, "But travel is just impossible." Sheridan focuses on Luis, who keeps telling her to save Fancy until she starts feeding her niece water, as well. Then Luis starts calling for his mother. Sheridan has Fancy standing on one side and is trying to lift Luis to his feet with her free arm. She tells him he's too weak to help his mother, but he drags himself to her side, where Gert-resa is begging for help. Luis says Pilar's their center and begs her to stay, but then can't find a pulse. Gert-resa screams for him to help Pilar (he doesn't seem to wonder why the nanny is so concerned), but Sheridan tells him she's gone. Luis says he's "not strong enough for this." He and Fancy are both fading, so Gert-resa jumps up to get help, but the poison hits as she stands and she starts choking.

Eve returns to barely conscious Julian, feeding him water and getting him back onto his feet while the V's continue to mock her. Julian starts to come to and after Eve catches him up on the situation, he tells her to go take care of someone who needs her help more. "I feel fine," he says, though still a bit wobbly. She leaves him with the water and he immediately drops to his knees. "Looks like I'm finally getting my revenge on Daddy," Vincent coos. Eve runs back to his side, orders him to fight and injects him with adrenaline. "I'm gone Eve," he says. "Always remember I love you." She gives him CPR and cries over him, begging him not to leave her, but it's too late. When Vincent offers to "help her make the transition" and join his father in death, she loses it, crying, "I cared for you because you were in my womb, and now I wish I'd just treated you like a tumor and cut you out! You're a monster!" Vincent simply smiles that he's gotten what he wanted, so she jumps at him and starts strangling him. Viki watches until Vincent calls for help. Then she scoops up some poisoned sauce and forces it into Eve's mouth. "Die Mommy, die," Vincent cries, joining Viki in feeding her. Sheridan sees what's going on and runs over to stop them, so Viki elbows her down and starts feeding her poison too. Both Sheridan and Eve fight until their last breaths, but fall prostrate. Nearby, Luis begs Fancy to hold on, but after they profess their love, Fancy's head drops to Luis' shoulder. "Wait for me. I'm coming," he begs and then lets his head fall back. Still choking, Gert-resa crawls to Ethan, professes her love and falls unconscious across his chest. 

When Tabby and Esme arrive at the church, a glowing cross stops Tabs in her path. Tabitha panics, refusing to go inside. Esme begs, screams and hollers as the winds whip around them, but Tabby feels it's wrong to go in. When she adds that Endora is just a child who doesn't understand what she's asked of her, Endora pops up a message that she does understand. Tabby rails against her for disobeying and sends her home, but Endora won't leave until she knows her daddy is okay. Tabby finally agrees to go in after Endora gives her a kiss on the cheek and as they walk in, Esme cheers that they've arrived to save everyone. "You're too late," Vincent smiles and they see everyone splayed out dead. "You can never leave me now Aunt Esme," Viki laughs happily and then the two crazies give into mad, uncontrollable laughter.

 

 

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