Before I start I have to say I am SO SO SOSOSOSOSOSO sorry for being inactive for awhile. I do have ideas for my other stories, I just am having a severe case of writer's block right now. I will do everything in my power to finish my other stories. I decided to write this to hold you guys off until I do update one of my stories. Expect an update within a week or two. Again, very sorry.
Okay, I must explain that this chapter is very SUNSHINE LOLLIPOPS AND RAINBOWS. I am a sucker for happy endings, not to say that I don't love to original endings to Saw. This is basically everything I would want to see in one of the endings. Sorry for making you guys throw up rainbows. And this WILL tie in with the original plot of the story.
Lawrence Gordon walked into the private room he had reserved for him and his friends. He had decided to host a celebration for them at a fancy restaurant in light of recent events. He quickly fixed his hastily put on bowtie before speaking.
"Sorry I'm late. I had some extra work to get done at the hospital."
"That's okay, Lawrence," John said, motioning to a chair across the table from him, between Amanda Young and David Tapp.
"I'm glad you were able to make it," Mark said, taking his arm from around Amanda and shaking his friend's hand.
"Nice to see you again, Lawrence," greeted Jill.
"Been awhile, hasn't it?" David gave Lawrence a hearty thump on the back as he sat down.
"Now that everybody is here, I have an announcement to make." Mark stood up and cleared his throat. "As you all know, Amanda and I have been dating for two years now and, well..." Mark got down on his knee. "Amanda, you are the most beautiful, smart, talented, brave, funny– and the list goes on– girl I know." Mark whipped out a small box and opened it, revealing a diamond ring. "Will you marry me?"
Amanda, with tears in her eyes, nodded her head. "Yes!" She exclaimed, holding out her left hand. "I will marry you!"
Everybody at the table clapped their hands and cheered as Mark slipped the engagement ring around her finger. The two stood up and kissed, resulting in more cheering from their audience.
After the two lovebirds sat down, Jill raised her wine glass. "I'd like to propose a toast!" She announced. Everybody else raised their own wine glasses in response.
"To the newly engaged couple at the table. Here's to many years of happiness.
"To Detective David Tapp, who helped establish John's official position as the Gamemaker of the USA, creating a whole new law enforcement."
"And to John and Lawrence, for saving my life by manually removing the bullet Zep put in my chest," David chimed in.
"To Lawrence Gordon, for discovering a cure for John's cancer so that he may spend many happy years with our child!" Jill smiled widely. John turned to his wife.
"That's right John," Jill smiled. "I'm pregnant."
John gripped Jill's face in his hands, giving her a passionate kiss as choruses of "congratulations" filled the room.
"That's amazing! When did you find out?" John asked after he pulled away.
"Just last week, and it was hell keeping it from you," Jill admitted. "But I still have a few more things to say."
Everybody raised their glasses again.
"I would just like to thank everybody for being so supportive of me and John when we decided to get married again. And I have one more toast to make." Jill raised her glass as high as she could. "To Zep and Peter, who truly made this all possible by helping provide examples so that John could be given his official title."
"May they both rot in hell!" Mark exclaimed.
"Hear, hear!" David agreed. Then, simultaneously, they all drank from their glasses.
As the servers would walk into the room from then on out, they all noticed that the conversation would stop as soon as they stepped foot into the room. They tried to figure it out, but could never get close enough to hear more than a few broken sentences.
What they didn't know is that the people at the table knew that two of those servers were addicted to alcohol, sex, and drugs. What they also didn't know is that they were the targets for the next game...