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Chucky Gives Us His Best 'Real Housewives' Tagline Ahead Of Sutton Stracke Cameo

Sutton Stracke will join her friend Jennifer Tilly in "Chucky" Season 2, Episode 4.

By Caitlin Busch
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This week's "Chucky" is set to get more dramatic than Don Mancini's killer franchise has ever been before — and longtime "Child's Play" fans know what a tall order that is.

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Watch Chucky on the USA app and Peacock.

Season 2, Episode 4 of USA Network and SYFY's "Chucky," titled "Death on Denial," will see cameos from a who's who of Jennifer Tilly's longtime co-stars and friends, as well as WWE Superstar Liv Morgan. Alongside the cast of Tilly's 1996 thriller "Bound" — including Gina Gershon and Joe Pantoliano — fans will get to spend some time with Tilly's real-life bestie Sutton Stracke, whose cameo Tilly has been teasing since before the Season 2 premiere.

Stracke, a businesswoman and "Southern debutante-turned-Beverly Hills-socialite," is best known to television audiences as one of the stars of Bravo's "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills." 

And as any good "Real Housewives" fan knows, a Housewife is only as good as her tagline. Chucky knows this, too, which is why he took a stab at his own tagline ahead of "Death on Denial." (Personally, we think he'd kill it in the "Real Housewives" franchise. Get it?)

Check it out below: 

"I'm your friend 'til the end," Chucky says. "Until I stab you in the back. Literally." 

Backstabbing is definitely something with which Chucky and many of the Housewives have had plenty of experience. (Although, that might be where their similarities end ... unless one of the Housewives is secretly a doll possessed by the soul of a serial killer ...)

RELATED: Watch Jennifer Tilly's Silly 'Chucky' Set Video With 'Real Housewives' Star Sutton Stracke

In "Chucky" Season 1, Chucky pretended to care about the life and well-being of our hero Jake Wheeler (Zackary Arthur) only to turn his life upside down by killing every single one of his parental figures and ruining his reputation in his hometown of Hackensack, New Jersey. Now, in Season 2, Jake and his boyfriend, Devon Evans (Björgvin Arnarson), and best friend, Lexy Cross (Alyvia Alyn Lind), are stuck at a screwed-up Catholic reform school in which Chucky is running rampant. Elsewhere, Tilly's Tiffany Valentine (possessing the body of an in-world Jennifer Tilly) is holding Nica Pierce (Fiona Dourif) hostage and prepping for the return of her children, Glen and Glenda (both portrayed by Lachlan Watson). Oh, and she's ready to welcome Jennifer Tilly's oldest friends to dinner. What could possibly go wrong?

You can learn more about this "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" and "Chucky" crossover when the latest episode of "Chucky" premieres on USA Network and SYFY on Wed., Oct. 26 at 9/8c.

You can catch up on "Chucky" and "The Real Housewives" series on Peacock.

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