Just as Alan is about to roll the dice, Van Pelt (Jonathan Hyde) shows up, gun in hand. He forces Alan to drop the dice, which roll a 3, just what Alan needs to win the game. Van Pelt fires a shot at Alan, but before the bullet can reach him, the game starts sucking everything back inside of itself. Suddenly, it is 1969 again, and young Alan and Sarah are seated in the Parrish living room, having just completed playing the game. Alan's dad (Jonathan Hyde) comes back into the house, having forgotten his speech notes. Alan rushes to his father, hugs him, apologizes, and admits that it was he who put the shoe on the conveyor belt, not Carl (David Alan Grier). His dad hugs him back and agrees to discuss, father to son, Alan's going away to school. Alan and Sarah promptly toss the Jumanji game into a river. Cut ahead to 1995. Alan and Sarah are adults and married to each other. They are throwing a Christmas party for employees of the Parrish Shoe Company and have invited their newest employee, Jim Shepherd (Malcolm Stewart), his wife, and their two children, Judy and Peter, to the party. Alan and Sarah still remember Judy and Peter, but Judy and Peter do not remember them. When Jim mentions that he would like to take his family on a holiday trip to the Canadian Rockies before starting his new job, Alan and Sarah both scream, "No!" and stress the importance of getting the marketing program started right away. Secretly, they are remembering that it was on that trip that Judy and Peter's parents were killed in the car crash. Meanwhile, on a beach somewhere in France, two girls are walking along and see the game of Jumanji sticking out of the sand.