Chapter 4.3 – Don’t you, forget about me
As soon as Coco could after having Murphy, she was back to doing her martial arts, quickly achieving her blue belt in Kick Ass.Whereas Judd continued being a very smoldering hot fireman for her.Unfortunately, it was not all plain sailing. Since Stacey had achieved whatever his lifetime wish was, and was still missing Irish more than anything, he decided it was a good time to hang in the towel and die.The Grim Reaper promptly appeared to collect him, as he got lost on the way to the afterlife.Taking hold of Stacey’s weedy arm, the Old Grim Reaper escorted him to the everlasting ghost party.Once his body was buried in the garden, along with all the other dead Baileys, it was apparent just how quickly the number of gravestones out there was increasing. Coco and Judd were aware that one day their gravestones would join this picture.Therefore, two months after Stacey’s death, Coco and Judd had a pleasant summer wedding in the usual place of tradition, before anyone else they cared about, or themselves, decided to die. Such a cute couple they were, it made everyone at the wedding vomit.After all the guests had headed home, Coco and Judd grabbed a taxi to the local park, where they sat in the rain, contemplating about how brilliant their day had been. It was a grand day indeed, despite Coco’s dress got ruined from sitting on the wet grass for too long, and Judd ended up with a nasty cold that lasted for almost two weeks. ‘Hey, hey! Check me out, I’m swimming!’ Ricky Bailey announced, abruptly changing the focus of the ending to this chapter, since he had not been mentioned for quite a while now and still wanted to have involvement with the legacy.