Ash gets a bottle of magic potion from the wise man. Each drop of the magic potion will let him sleep for
one century. The wise man tells Ash to drink six drops, then he'll awake in his own time.
Outside the castle Ash says goodbye to Sheila and rides away. From now on the movie has two different
Endings, this is the one from the normal Version (Cinema and regular Video tape).
Back in his own time, Ash is still working at the hardware store and is telling everyone who wants to know it
(even those who don't want to hear it) about his great adventure.
As you can see on this mans face (its Ted Raimi, director Sam Raimis younger brother), the audience isn't
very impressed by Ashs stories.
Suddenly a customer becomes possessed by an ugly demon. Time for Ash to prove that he's a real hero
and no coward.
Ash takes a gun from the store, jumps on a table and shoots an large amount of bullets in the demon.
After some 'demon jumping through the air and Ash's shooting after him', the demon
is defeated and lies on the floor.
'Hail to the King, Baby'
This time Ashs girlfriend isn't played by Bridget Fonda as in the beginning of the film. Maybe she just doesn't want to
kiss Bruce Campbell :)