|"You have a lot of work to do while patrons eat their pizza in the other room."|
“Listen. My mom and dad—they're going to love you because they love me. Be nice to them. Be nice to my sister, too. She's a good kid. A Girl Scout. She's your sister now. Mrs. Thomas, our neighbor. She's old. She's a nice lady. Help her when you can. And play with Porkchop. Porkchop is my dog. Yours... now.”
Chris has short sandy-brown hair. As the experiment continues, he grows weaker as his organs are removed and eventually turns into a blob.
Chris enjoys science, but wants to be richer and have a better life despite having a good one so far, he doesn't like the status of his family and wishes they were richer, and is embarrassed by his childhood friends appearance Josh & Kyle, which makes him seem ungrateful. When Chris turns into the goo and saw his clone, Chris realizes he had everything he ever wanted and told the clone to not hurt anyone
Chris is preparing for his first day of high school and makes sure to have a good first impression. He despises his family's low status and is eager to join the school's Science Club, known infamously in the town. He especially looks forward to the after-school experiment held by the teacher, Dr. Little, as it was a "life-changing" experiment that made the students popular in school.
His third period class is with Dr. Little's science class. He meets San, Malcolm, and Brooke in the class and is invited to a study group with them. Dr. Little explains that the experiment would require the participant to pull out one of their teeth. Being scared of pulling out a tooth, he brings along an old baby tooth instead. At the experiment, Dr. Little announces that they will be placing their tooth and their finger into the Faz-Goo, to create a head that will tell them something that they "will never forget". All the students separate into their own cubicle and begin their experiment.
When Chris dips his hand into the Faz-Goo, he feels a bit tired, as if his energy was being sucked into the Faz-Goo. He overhears the other students finishing their experiments, all saying "He told me everything." He worries that his experiment might not work, and he won't be able to join the Science Club and get all the prestige. Eventually, he is the last person in the building, and Dr. Little is interested about why it is taking so long. Chris soon gets more and more tired as the Faz-Goo slowly gets bigger. At one point, the goo becomes humanoid, and pulses along with his heartbeat. Chris feels the urge to urinate out of fear, but then loses the urge. He notices his urine travel through his finger and expelled out of the Faz-Goo. He attempts to cut off the tendril connecting him to the goo creature, but he is unable to.
Suddenly, his left eye is gone. It travels through the tendril and into the new creature. Chris figures out that the rest of his organs will soon be transferred to the goo. He has a disturbing realization that the creature will replace his life, and that he will turn into a massless blob. He quickly tells the new creature to be nice to his family before the rest of his organs are sucked out. The new clone of Chris puts the dead body into a biohazard bag and returns it to Dr. Little.