Pam (Melanie Kinnaman) and Reggie (Shavar Ross) run into the barn, but Jason follows. Reggie hides, while Pam fends off Jason with a chainsaw, but it dies on her. Suddenly, Tommy appears in the barn door. He diverts Jason's attention by pleading with him to stop, but Jason slashes him across the stomach with his machete. Just as Jason is about to plunge the machete into his guts, Tommy plunges a pocketknife into Jason's groin. He then climbs up the ladder into the loft where he collapses. Jason climbs into the loft and, ignoring Tommy's unmoving body, looks around for Pam and Reggie. Pam fends him off with a long pole, and Reggie pushes him out of the open loft door. They peek out the door and are surprised to see Jason grab Reggie's leg. He and Pam engage in a pulling contest, Jason attempting to pull Reggie out of the door and Pam trying to pull him back in. Tommy, having just come back to consciousness, grabs the machete and chops at Jason's arm, causing him to fall to the ground below where he becomes impaled on a bed of spikes. During the fall, Jason's mask is knocked off, revealing him to be Roy Burns (Tom Morga), the paramedic. Later at the hospital, Sheriff Tucker (Marco St. John) explains to Pam that Joey (Dominick Brascia), the retarded boy that Vic (Mark Venturini) murdered with the axe, was actually Roy's son and surmises that something snapped in Roy, causing him to assume the identity of Jason Voorhees and go on a killing spree. Tommy is then shown having a nightmare in which he awakens in his hospital bed and stabs Pam when she stops in to check on him. He then has a vision of Jason standing at the foot of his bed. In the final scene, Tommy awakens, gets out of bed, opens a drawer, and takes out a hockey mask. Pam comes to check on him and finds the window broken and Tommy, wearing the hockey mask, standing behind her and wielding a butcher knife.
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