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"Dad, if something happens..." "Hey, hey. You don't need to worry about me." "Well, yeah... I didn't get to say anything to Mom..." "You didn't need to say anything. And I'm going to be around a long time, I promise." "Well, then take it as a reminder. Maybe you don't need to hear it, but I need to know that I said it. I love you. I'm proud of you. I'm... I'm proud of us."
— Allison and Chris's last true conversation before Allison's death in Insatiable
Though Allison and Chris' relationship had several rough patches over the years, the parent-child bond between them remains strong, even long after Allison's death. The two lived as a normal family with Chris' wife and Allison's mother, Victoria until shortly after they moved to Beacon Hill, California from San Francisco, when Chris and Victoria were forced to reveal their family's secret legacy to their daughter-- that the Argents are a centuries-old French family of Hunters who protect humans from werewolves and other supernatural creatures.
Once this revelation was made, Chris began to train Allison in the skills of a Hunter, though she was reluctant to embrace this lifestyle at first, especially given the revelation that the Argents have a matriarchal leadership that meant Allison would one day be their matriarch. When Allison finally began to accept her family's legacy, it was after Victoria's death, an event so traumatizing that Chris' father, Gerard Argent, was able to corrupt Allison into going against the Code, causing a rift between her and Chris, who was devoted to the Code and was horrified by Allison and Gerard's willingness to kill the Hale Pack werewolves if it came to it. However, once Gerard's true power-hungry intentions were revealed, Allison realized that she had taken the wrong path and reconciled with her father. The two then ultimately decided to take a sabbatical from the Hunter life, a decision that brought them closer together as they grieved for Victoria.
In time, Allison and Chris were pulled back into the supernatural world, as the arrival of the Alpha Pack and a serial-killing Darach in Beacon Hills caused so much chaos that the town's packs needed all the help they could get to protect the civilians. When the Darach, Jennifer Blake, captured Chris, Melissa McCall, and Sheriff Stilinski as her final human sacrifices in her ritual to get the power necessary to get revenge on Deucalion, Allison, along with Scott McCall and Stiles Stilinski, made the decision to participate in a suicide ritual that would allow them to temporarily be sacrificed in their place; this caused Allison to have a darkness around her heart that caused her traumatizing side effects such as hallucinations, but this was a price she was willing to pay to ensure her father's survival.
After these threats were defeated, Allison and Chris became even closer due to his resumed training of Allison in the skills necessary to be a Hunter and Allison taking her place as the matriarch of the Argent Family, which included her decision to change their centuries-old Code from "We hunt those who hunt us" to "We protect those who cannot protect themselves," leading them both to act as the Hunter branch of the McCall Pack. During the end of their battle against the Nogitsune, Chris and Allison participated in the rite of passage for Hunters who have completed their training in which the newly-graduated Hunter forges a silver bullet as a testament to the Code (or, in Allison's case, a silver arrowhead). During this rite, Allison and Chris discussed how proud they were of each other and the work they were doing, as they had no idea what their battle would bring; this ultimately resulted as the last real conversation the two had before Allison was killed by an Oni demon.
Though Allison is now gone, her memory remains in Chris' life, as he continues to work as an ally to her pack and follows her Code, even in spite of push-back from other Hunter families, such as the Calavera Family.
In Anchors, Allison, who was late for school, rushed toward the front door of their apartment and shouted goodbye to Chris, though he was not seen in this episode. Allison then subsequently had a hallucination of her auntKate, a side-effect of the surrogate sacrifice ritual performed in Alpha Pact, though it is unknown if Chris was aware of these hallucinations.
In More Bad Than Good, Allison was seen in Chris' office at the Argent Apartment, where she borrowed a tranquilizer dart rifle from her father's armory in order to subdue the fully-transformed werecoyoteMalia Tate. Allison and Isaac were later seen in Chris' office again, where they filled up the darts with xylozine and discussed Allison's current predicament regarding her hallucinations.
After Isaac tried to kiss Allison in her bedroom, she quickly rebuffed him, though her rambling explanation seemed to indicate she shared Isaac's romantic feelings. This ultimately led the two to take their shirts off to dare each other to make the first move, only to end awkwardly when Chris barged into the room without knocking and caught them. Just as the two had begun to nervously redress, Chris gruffly asked Allison to meet him in his office, adding "Where I keep my guns" just to scare Isaac. Allison reluctantly did as she was asked, and a few moments later, Isaac could hear Chris yell "ANOTHER WEREWOLF?" at Allison from down the hall, scaring him even more.
At the end of the evening, Allison and Chris were about to head back to Allison's room to discuss the Barrow case when suddenly, five shadowy ninja warriors appeared in Allison's room and locked the door shut from the inside, forcing Allison and Chris to pound futilely on the door and beg Isaac to open it while he was attacked by the warriors inside.
In I.E.D., Araya and Severo Calavera confronted Chris in the basement armory of the Argent Apartment, where they forced him to recite the former Hunter Code that the Argents followed, which the Calaveras still held as law-- "We hunt those who hunt us." When Chris was resistant to their attempts to rehabilitate them, Araya insisted that he say the words for his deceased wife and daughter, Victoria and Allison, which caused Chris to angrily do what he was told, though his dedication to Allison's new Code, "We protect those who cannot protect themselves," prevented him from truly believing in what he was saying.
In A Promise to the Dead, Jordan Parrish found Chris bleeding and trapped in the sewers under Beacon Hills after Peter Hale had impaled him in the abdomen with a piece of rebar that then embedded itself in the stone wall behind him. However, when Parrish tried to free Chris, Chris weakly argued that he needed to leave him and instead go find Scott to warn him of Kate and Peter's plans. Parrish reminded him that if he left, Chris would die before he could get back, which caused Chris to break down and exhaustedly retort that he had nothing left after Allison's death, indicating he was ready to die.
Parrish then informed him that while he didn't know Allison personally, he had been told a lot about her by Lydia Martin, and that he knew that if Allison was aware of what Kate was planning to do to Scott, she would be really angry, and that Chris needed to find that same anger to help him free him from the rebar and save his life. This reminder of his daughter's devotion to protecting those who needed protection gave Chris the motivation he needed to help Parrish remove the rebar from inside his body.
In Smoke and Mirrors, near the end of the battle in which the McCall Pack, their allies, and the Calavera Family were fighting against Kate Argent, Kate's Berserker, and Pete Hale, Chris pursued Kate into the temple under La Iglesia. Once there, Kate accused Chris of wanting to kill her, though Chris denied this, stating that he simply didn't believe she was worth saving any longer. Kate first retorted that he was making her the bad guy just like they were kids before arguing that Scott and his pack weren't "his little heroes" because they killed Allison. This made Chris furious, and he growled that Allison wasn't killed by the McCall Pack, but had instead died in battle saving her friends, which he pointed out was something that Kate would never do.
Due to the death of Victoria, the believed death of Kate, and the estrangement between Gerard and the rest of his family, Allison and Chris were all each other had. After Allison's death, Chris, in a bout of depression when he was near-death, stated that he had nothing left.