What's the deal with the ending to The Buttercream Gang? The movie involves one member of the gang, Pete, having to move to Chicago, only to return after the experience had turned him bad. Everybody tries to get him to be good again, but eventualy he goes back to Chicago, and then after some time, they find out in the news paper that Pete is good again, having started a new Buttercream Gang and shown shaking hands with the mayor. So we see that he's become good again, but we never actually see him after he's gone back to how he was. We only know because it was in the news paper. Why not have him reunite with the gang after he has become a good guy again?