Charles ‘Chuck’ Nichols went on to become a minor celebrity in Seaford, Delaware years later after starring in a half dozen ads as the ‘Wire Tyrant’, a local wire fencing company’s attempt to compete with their competitor’s ‘Wire King’ personality. It didn’t pay well, but for a solid 4-7 years Chuck drank for free at local bars probably only a little more than half the time. He divorced from his wife Lisa under amicable differences, when the kids were mostly grown up and in college, and stayed friendly with her… But never re-married. Not that he tried. Chuck was happy, mostly. He grew old in Seaford, working as the guidance counselor at a local high school. It didn’t pay much, but it payed enough. Chuck quietly died in his sleep at the age of 64, to heart complications.