Six-Month Reunion (Sherry) is a cutscene that is part of the Resident Evil 6 storyline. It is present in Chapter 3 of the Jake Story.


Jake and Sherry reunite in the locker room of Neo Umbrella's base. He quickly averts his eyes from her half exposed cleavage, prompting Sherry to duck behind an open locker; it contains a spare outfit. Jake opens other lockers, looking for clothes himself. Sherry removes her hospital gown, as Jake examines her back to see if her healing abilities prevented a scar from being impaled by the helicopter shrpanel back in Chapter 2. 

Jake reveals that his blood is being used to make the C-Virus stronger. Sherry wonders what else Jake learned, prompting him to reveal he was told about his father Albert Wesker. He absued his immunity to viruses and ended up getting killed after turning into a monster. Jake laments that this immunity was passed on to him, making his life more complicated than needed.

Sherry tells him that his father's actions don't decide who he is; Jake needs to accept the consequences of what he's done himself.


Sherry: "Jake!"
"Where are we?"

Jake: "China."

Sherry: "Obivusly, but where? Why?"

Jake: "Don't know, don't care."
"I just know I am done being guinea pig."

Sherry: "What did they do to you?"

Jake: "Plenty. They said something about using my antibody to enhance the C-Virus."

Sherry: "Oh no. What else did they say?"

Jake: "You know anything about an Albert Wesker?"

Sherry: "What?"

Jake: "I'll take that as a yes. They talked about him. A lot. I guess he had an antibody that could fight off any virus. Apparently, he abused his gift, took it for granted, and then ended up turining himself into some kind of monster. And here I thought dear old dad was just a deadbeat skipped out on us - no, no, no.... he was actually... a freakin' nut job who almost destroyed the world!"

Sherry: "Your father's actions have nothing to do with you."

Jake: "Yeah, but his blood does! It's the whole reason why we're even here. I mean, Come on! You really think that crazy doesn't run in the family? That nothing of who my father was didn't somehow get passed down on to me? You of all people should know that's true. I'm just sayin'... The man that I am, the things that I've done - at least it all makes a little bit more sense now."

Sherry: "You can blame your father all you want, but at some point, you need to take responsibility for your own actions."

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