First: It was a whirlwind. Dance and drinks. Few weeks in the apartment, then its off to a house, co-signed and all. Charlie Earl cuts grass outside with his self-propelled pushmow, meaning he just walks behind it with a hand touching it, like a dum-dum. Laura in upstairs bath, meaning to climb out of the tub, but slips. Her head goes through the window and is severed CLEAN-OFF by the glass. Her head rolls outside across the backyard and stops of front of Charlie Earl's self-propelled pushmow. Charlie is completely confused.
An end to confusion.
Title Card: Given over to waste.
Second love. It goes slower this time. Charlie is gun-shy about
co-habitating. They have sleepovers though, and brunches in their
underoos. It's good. Charlie leaves one morning in his British Racing
Green MGB. She runs alongside the car. Charlie makes a game of it,
grabbing hold of her hand, Helen's hand. His grip slips. She grabs
hold more firmly. She trips over a root, and falls, before Charlie Earl
can let go. Her body is pulled beneath the back wheel of the car.
Charlie stops the car in the next forty feet and looks back incredulously at another ruined love.
Title Card: Succumbed to Ruin.
Third Love: Angela the angelic goth girl. Things are more subdued
this time. Charlie Earl just kinds of lets it happen. He's becoming
jaded. He leaves her in the truck at the discount superstore while he
goes inside for vitamins, underwear and a USB flashdrive. Back in the
car, the engine is running and the air-conditioning is blaring, which
happens to be filling the car with carbon monoxide. Angela peacefully
goes to sleep, like an unwanted kitten.
Title Card: "Blessed Are The Sleepy, For They Soon Drop Off."
World goes to hell in a hand basket. The dead are coming back to
life. Kristinna Lokken gets her American flag bikini. She rigid-mounts
a high-caliber automatic on the back of a 2-ton flatbed truck.
Finally, she puts on her open-toed heels.
Charlie Earl is consulting with his pastor, a Methodist of many
years. One of Lokken's stray bullets hits the ESV in the pastor's hand
and pages go EVERYWHERE. They scatter, babies. Charlie ducks until the
truck is gone and goes in the sanctuary, where Angela's dead body lies
in the coffin.
From the coffin.
The coffin falls and Angela crawls out and gets to her feet. From
the back, we see that her dress has been cut by the mortician, to aid in
dressing an immobile corpse. She has a nice lily white butt. But
that's besides the point.
She stands there, pupil-less, and puts her head down, angelic, almost penitent, waiting for Charlie Earl.
He comes to her side and we pull back to see a wedding tableaux,
with Charlie and the dead girl centermass and the sanctuary now full of
Midnight. Charlie Earl climbs off of Angela and lays down on his
back. She nestles up to him and nibbles at his ear. He begins to muse
how his life has finally turned around. We hear crunching suddenly.
She's eating into his brains.