Tiffany's Mother





First Appearance:

Bride of Chucky (Mentioned)

This unseen woman was the mother of Tiffany and her sister. She is sometimes mentioned by Tiffany.

Biography Edit

During Charles Lee Ray's killing spree, she is among his victims. Chucky mentions killing her 20 years prior to the film.

Bride of Chucky (1998)Edit

Tiffany mentions her mother several times throughout the film. She apparently was some kind of philosopher who told her daughter many things about love and life, amongst other things. She told Tiffany that "love would set her free". However, Tiffany believed this to be false after Chucky revealed that he never actually planned on marrying her. While conversing with Jesse Miller, Tiffany tells him to treat Jade Kincaid right and to never take her for granted. She tells him that her mother told her "A woman spends all day slaving over a hot stove for a man. The least he can do is the dishes". This indicates she may have had some sense of feminism.

Seed of Chucky (2004)Edit

Tiffany mentions her again while the dolls were in Jennifer Tilly and Stan's limo. She says that "Once is a blessing, twice is a curse." Tiffany makes one final attempt to mention her, but Chucky cuts her off by telling her that he killed her two decades ago. And that even though she's dead, she still won't shut up.

Trivia Edit

  • The circumstances behind her mother's death is never really stated. Seeing how Tiffany talks of her with pride, most likely means Chucky killed her of his own accord and not of Tiffany's choice. Though given how Tiffany quickly overlooks and gives into his murderous side. Its never really known, though it shows how much Tiffany is willing to give up just to keep Chucky in her life.

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