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The doppelgängers subsequently join hands together to form a massive human chain, which the newscasters speculate is a form of protest. The Wilsons drive away in the Tylers' car, until they are attacked by Umbrae, who is killed after being launched into a tree. As day breaks, the Wilsons arrive at the Santa Cruz boardwalk, where they find their own abandoned wagon on fire. Pluto has set a trap to kill the Wilsons by lighting a gasoline trail to the Tylers' car. Jason, remembering that Pluto mirrors his every move, walks backward. Pluto follows, walking backwards into the flames, and is killed. While the Wilsons are transfixed by Pluto's self immolation, Red reappears and abducts Jason. While Zora and Gabe recuperate in an abandoned ambulance, Adelaide returns to the boardwalk funhouse and walks through a secret tunnel in the hall of mirrors. This leads to an underground facility overrun by rabbits, where Adelaide finds Red. Red states that the Tethered were clones of the U.S. population created by the government in an attempt to control the public, but the experiment failed and the Tethered were abandoned underground for generations, trapped beneath the surface, doing nothing but forced to mimic the actions of their above-ground counterparts, until Red organized them to escape as a form of revenge. The two fight, and Adelaide manages to kill Red, and rescue Jason. When the family leaves town, Adelaide thinks back to the night she first met Red in the funhouse. It is revealed that Red strangled Adelaide and dragged her into the facility, chaining the real Adelaide to a bed in the facility, and went out to take her place in her life, meaning Red is the original Adelaide. Jason watches her apprehensively, before covering his face with his mask. As the family drives off, helicopters watch the Tethered joining hands across the United States.
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