After the controversy of the killer doll, the people at "Good Guy Toys" decide to investigate. They have the burnt and mutilated remains of Chucky, which they proceed to repair in hopes of learning just what happened, under the assumption a technition changed the mechanics and redid the voice as a joke. Chucky jets to life and proceeds to seek out Andy, the boy whom defeated him in the first movie, and the one person he can transfer his evil soul into. As it turns out, Andy has been taken from his mother by Social Services, and placed in a foster home. Chucky manages to find him and once again, all hell breaks loose.
Continuity mistake: In one scene, Chucky and a girl are driving down a road when they get pulled over by a cop. The cop is surprised to see a "Good Guys" doll, and is shocked to see that its nose is bleeding. They do a close up of Chucky's nose, and blood is running from it. When they cut to the cops point of view, where Chucky and the girl are both in frame, the blood is gone. It doesn't reappear for the rest of that scene, even though no one wiped it away. (00:54:55)
Trivia: Even though he offered to return to work on the film, the studio forced series creator Don Mancini to submit a script for approval while several other writers also wrote their own drafts, with no guarantee his script would be used. Thankfully, Mancini's script was chosen, and he's since written every single entry in the series.TedStixon
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