“I heard the 11th Commandment was ‘Thou Shalt Not Be a Poor Asylum Administrator’”
As time marched forward, Lana became close with Kit and his children. Kit remarried a wonderful woman. Thomas grew up to become a law professor at Harvard and Julia is a renowned doctor at Johns Hopkins. Sure, it is easy to become successful when you have an entire race of alien overlords at your beck and call. No amount of affirmative action can counter that hand. Kit always said his children were special, and if there’s one thing Kit has always been, it’s a good judge of character. I haven’t seen a person so in tune with what the people around them were up to since I watched the “E! True Hollywood Story” on Manti Te’o. Check your local listings.
The interviewer asks Lana if she was still close to Kit in the present day, and Lana recounts how Kit passed away in the late 70s. He contracted pancreatic cancer and by the time the doctors found it, it had already metastasized to his liver. He was a goner. I’m sure this early cancer had nothing to do with all the exposure to extraterrestrial light. Actually, I’m pretty sure it did. I smell a class action lawsuit advertised during morning reruns of “Judge Joe Brown”. Have you been witness to several alien abductions? Do you now have cancer?
My favorite movie as a child was “So My Mom Was an Ax Murder”
Before Kit can succumb to his illness, the aliens return and Kit vanishes without a trace. His children reassure Lana that he isn’t to be mourned. Yes, that’s reassuring, creepy children.
As the interview wraps up, the camera crew and journalist leave Lana’s house without Johnny. Lana pours herself a drink in the same cavalier fashion with which Thredson poured himself a drink shortly before Lana shot him. She informs Johnny that she knows he is present and he emerges. Lana knew he was there the whole time as she couldn’t mistake her own son. Johnny admits that he knew that it was her that day on the playground defending him from the bully. Despite this tearful reunion, Johnny still fully intends on killing his mother, though.
Lana is indignant at first, reminding her son that his father was a psychopathic murderer and never loved him. This enrages Johnny, as he only set out to make his father proud. He still holds Lana accountable for abandoning him. Johnny pulls a gun on Lana and has it aimed at her head. She had not counted on him using a gun.
In a flashback, we see Lana being recently informed by the police that her son was looking for and would kill her. They had already linked him to 5 murders- Adam Levine, and those four other guys in a band with him or something. Really he should be given a Congressional Medal of Honor, not a life sentence. The rest of us are the victims here, as we will be hearing “Payphone” on the radio in perpetuity.