The Tweenage Rugrats In: "Meet The Simpsons"

By Roderick Sloan & Steve Mindykowski

(illustration by Roderick Sloan)

One day, at Tommy & Dil's house, Stu received a letter from the Springfield Inventors Association, inviting Stu as a special guest at their annual inventors' convention. All expenses for him and his family will be paid by the association.

"Didi!", Stu called.

"What Stu?", said Didi.

"The Pickles are going to Springfield!", said Stu.

"What for?", said Didi.

Stu explained, "The Springfield Inventors Association has invited me to Springfield as a special guest, and expenses for me and the family will be paid by them."

"That's wonderful!", said Didi. "But where's Springfield?"

"i don't know -- the postmark and the return address has been smudged," said Stu.

"Wherever it is, I'm sure we'll have a great time," said Didi.

A few days later, the Pickles have taken Universal Airways flight 416 to Springfield.

When they arrived there, the strange thing they noticed about everybody was that they were all yellow and they're missing a finger on each hand.

"Who are these people?", asked Dil?

Tommy responded, "I don't know, but it seems like were close to a nuclear power plant, or something -- they look like that they're all mutants."

He added, "Also, Principal Skinner told me that his cousin lives here -- he's also a principal. And the weirdest thing about that is that he lives with his mother."

"Spooky," said Dil.

The gang got their baggage, rented a van, and drove to the hotel where the convention will be held.

After they all checked into their rooms, Tommy and his friends left the hotel and went on a walk. They were looking around at all the different buildings and people; they noticed a large nuclear power plant off in the distance.

"Must be the nuclear power plant that's making these people freaks," said Tommy; "it's like a powerful person runs it, I guess."

As the Rugrats walked Dil noticed a comic book store, "The Android's Dungeon and Baseball Card Shop".

"Hey! Let's go inside here, guys," said Dil.

They went inside and there were comics and magazines and there was a fat man with a little bit of a beard, a blue t-shirt, red short pants and his hair was tied in a pony tail in the back.

There were also two boys one with spiked hair and the other had blue hair and red glasses. We know them as Bart Simpson and his friend, Milhouse, but the Rugrats don't know about that, yet.

"Hi, said Bart; "I've never seen you here before. I'm Bart Simpson; who the hell are you?"

Tommy said, "I'm Tommy, this is Chuckie, Kimi, Phil, Lil, Susie, my brother Dil and my cousin Angelica."

"Nice to meet you," said Milhouse.

The Rugrats and their two new friends were looking at comics and the store's owner noticed that the Rugrats weren't yellow, and that they have 5 fingers on each hand, as opposed to the "normal" 4.

"It appears to me that you eight kids are new here in Springfield, due to you not being yellow," said Comic Book Guy (know from here on in as "CBG").

"He's good," said Angelica.

"Tell me about it," said Susie.

CBG said, "Are you TV stars or something?"

"No, why?", said Tommy.

"You look like those kids on the animated TV series, 'Rugrats',", said CBG.

Angelica said, "Never heard of it -- what's it about?"

"It's about a bunch of talking babies, named Tommy, Chuckie, Phil, Lil and Angelica, playing around like it was the real world," said CBG.

Chuckie said, "Must be a very interesting show."

CBG said, "Worst... show... ever."

Chuckie noticed a "Radioactive Man" comic book; Chuckie never heard of it.

"Who the heck is Radioactive Man?", wondered Chuckie.

"He's the greatest super hero ever," said Bart, "and I'm picking up a new issue today."

Bart picked up a copy of the comic paid for it, then the Rugrats, Bart, and Milhouse left.

"Hey Bart, are you related to Homer Simpson?" asked Kimi.

"What about Homer?" asked Bart.

Kimi said, "I saw your dad on 'Weakest Link' and he got every question wrong."

"Homer is big man, but he is quite low on brains," said Bart.

Bart and Milhouse decided to show the Rugrats around Springfield.

Bart explained, "That's Moe's Tavern; my dad likes to go there. That's the Kwik-E-Mart; I like to get Butterfingers and squishees from there. That's Springfield Elementary, our school."

Tommy said, "Bet ya didn't know the principal of your school is the cousin of our principal."

" Wow cool!" said Bart. "Come on I'll show you where he lives."

Bart took the them to a blue house where Principal Seymour Skinner lived with his mother. Seymour was taking out the trash when they got there.

Dil said, "Hi Principal Skinner!"

Seymour was very surprised to see Bart, Milhouse and their new friends.

"I've never seen you here before," said Seymour. "You must be those kids that my cousin told me about."

"News sure travels fast here," said Lil.

"Tell me about it," said Phil.

After they left Seymour's house, Milhouse went home.

The Rugrats and Bart went to Bart's house where the they met the rest of The Simpsons.

Bart introduced his family: "That's my mom, Marge; my sister, Lisa; my baby sister, Maggie; my dog, Santa's Little Helper; my cat, Snowball II; and my dad, Homer."

"Nice to meet you, Mr. Simpson; I saw you on 'Weakest Link'," said Kimi.

"Don't remind me of that game; I got every question wrong," said Homer.

"Then your an idiot Mr. Simpson!" said Angelica.

Homer shouted "Why you little --!"

Homer grabbed onto Angelica's neck and started to strangle her.

Bart said, "Wow! And he usually strangles me!"

Then Homer grabbed Bart and strangled him.

"Why couldn't he kept on doing it to Angelica?" said Phil.

"That's not funny," said Susie, watching Bart getting strangled.

Then, Marge came in and said, "Homer! Leave Bart alone! He has friends over!"

"Who are your new friends, Bart?" asked Lisa.

He introduced them: "Meet Tommy, Dil, Chuckie, Kimi, Susie, Phil, Lil, and Angelica. You guys wanna watch Krusty the Clown?"

"Sure!" said Tommy.

The gang watched Krusty's show.

Then, after one of Krusty's skits, Itchy and Scratchy came on. They watched as the cat and mouse walked into a museum. However, while the other kids enjoyed it, the violent acts that are a normal part of that animated series shocked Angelica. She grabbed the remote and changed the channel.

"Hey! We were watching that, Angelica!" said Tommy.

"Not anymore! That was disgusting!" said Angelica

Tommy tried to grab the remote. Soon, they were all trying to grab the remote from Angelica. They pulled and pulled until Angelica finaly gave up.

"Fine! Watch a mouse kill a cat!" said Angelica.

They changed the channel back, but Krusty was back on.

"Wasn't that Itchy and Scratchy fantastic?" said Krusty.

"Oh man! We missed it!" said Bart.

As they continued to watch Krusty, Maggie walked by then she fell down.

"Oh my gosh! Maggie, are you okay?" said Susie, picking Maggie up.

"Don't worry; Maggie falls down all the time," said Lisa.

While they watched Krusty, Snowball II jumped into Lil's lap.

"Hello, Snowy," said Lil, petting the cat.

"Why do you call that cat Snowball II?" asked Tommy.

"Well, we used to have a cat named Snowball, but she got hit by the mayor's brother's car and then we got this one." said Bart.

After Krusty The Clown was over, a promo came on.

Host Kent Brockman says, "Tonight on 'Eye On Springfield', we salute the silver anniversary of the Great Springfield Tire Yard Fire, twenty-five years, and still burning strong! And we visit with heavyweight champion Drederick Tatum, who reminisces about growing up in Springfield."

Tatum: "That town is a dump. If you ever see me back there, you'll know I really [bleep]ed up bad."

Kent continued, "This and more on 'Eye On Springfield', coming up at 5:30, after 'Rugrats', which is next on channel 6!"

And then, the opening credits for "Rugrats" came on -- aftter the "flying diaper" plopped onto a baby that looks like Tommy, Tommy said, "That baby on TV -- he looks like me!"

Then, when the babies that looked like Phil & Lil, and Chuckie meet and knocks the phone over, Phil says, "You're right -- it does look like us!"

"Wow!", said Chuckie.

Then the titles cut to Angelica and Spike with grown-up clothes, then Chuckie riding the vacuum cleaner.

"I remember riding a vacuum cleaner once -- I didn't like it", said Chuckie.

"Who in their right mind would do a TV show about babies?", said Angelica.

Lisa said, "Rugrats is Channel 6's second most-popular children's show, next to Krusty."

"No wonder why we're so familiar to them," said Kimi.

Tommy asks, "Have you ever heard of a TV show called 'The Simpsons'?"

Bart responded, "No I haven't. What's it about?"

Chuckie said, "It's about a family that looks exactly like yours, featuring a town that, uncannily, resembles your town. It even has a same name -- Springfield."

Lisa said, "I haven't heard of that program, but it sounds interesting."

Bart says, "I wonder if we can be popular on TV?"

Angelica says, "You already are -- 'The Simpsons' is one of the most-watched TV shows where we live."

"Wow," said Bart.

"Bart, how would your friends like to stay for dinner?" asked Marge.

"Sure," said the Rugrats.

The kids called their parents at the hotel; they said "yes".

"Hey guys! Check this out!" said Bart.

Bart was going to make a prank phone call, but Chuckie didn't think that was such a good idea.

"I don't think we should be doing that," said Chuckie.

"Come on! Where's your sense of humor?" said Bart.

Bart called Moe's Tavern.

The phone ringed there and Moe answered it.

"Moe's Tavern, Moe speaking," said Moe.

"Is there a Bea there? Last name: O'Problem," said Bart.

"Hold on, I'll see," said Moe.

Moe called out, "Bea O'Problem! Bea O'Problem! Come on, guys, do I have a Bea O'Problem here?"

Barney, the bar's barfly, says, "You sure do!"

Moe retorted, "'s you, isn't it? Listen, you lousy bum, if I ever get a hold of you, I swear I'll staple a flag to your butt and mail you to Iran!"

Moe hung up.

Back at home, Bart and Lisa laughed.

"Kids! Dinner!," said Marge.

The Rugrats and the Simpsons went out to the table for dinner.

"Mr. Simpson, do you know who owns that nuclear power plant?" asked Tommy.

Homer answered, "Of course I do; I work there -- Montgomery Burns, and boy, is he evil."

"What did he do?" asked Phil.

"He hit me with his car," said Bart.

"He tried to kill our dog." said Lisa.

"He sexually harassed me," said Marge.

"He tried blocking out the sun," said Homer.

"Okay," said Phil.

Phil didn't exactly get how one man could be so incredibly evil.

"Mr. Burns was on Weakest Link, too," said Kimi, "along with another guy I think his name was Ned Flanders."

Doesn't he live next door said Dil.

Marge said, "Yes he does; his wife died in a terrible accident at the racetrack, and he's raising his two boys on his own now."

"That's so sad," said Lil.

"I lost my mom when I was little," said Chuckie.

"And I lost my dad when I was little too," said Kimi.

Marge said, "I love to meet your parents tomorrow -- why don't we all get together for church?"

Tommy said, "Sure, but not all of us are Christian. For instance, my mom's Jewish, and my dad's a buddhist."

"I'm sure Rev. Lovejoy won't mind," said Marge. "Meet us tomorrow at the First Church of Springfield, at 10AM."

The Rugrats went back to the hotel, told their parents about the Simpsons inviting them, and the parents decided to go.

The next day the kids went to the church and they met the Simpsons there. The Simpsons and the Rugrats' parents introduced each other.

They all walked into the church and took their seats. Soon after, Reverend Lovejoy started his service.

When church was over they met Ned Flanders and his two sons.

"Heydily-ho, neighborino!" said Ned. "I'm Ned Flanders. These are my boys, Rod and Todd."

"Do you wanna come over for a while?" asked Homer.

"Sure," said Stu. "I can show you my invention that I'm demonstrating at the inventors convention."

"Okay; bring it on over -- I think it'll be interesting," said Homer.

"Let us return to the hotel to get changed -- we'll meet you at your place at 1PM", said Stu.

"Sure thing," said Homer.

They went back to the hotel to change, then they drove off to the Simpson house.

Homer answered the door and let them inside. Stu brought hgis invention in whith him.

"Here's my latest invention -- The Paint Blaster 5000," said Stu.

The paint blaster looked like a small miniature tank with a red button for "stop" and a green one for "go".

"It looks great, Stu, but whats it supposed to do?" asked Marge.

"It shoots paint," said Stu.

"The walls could use some painting; go right ahead," said Marge.

Stu pressed the green button, but paint didn't shoot out. Sudenly, the machine started to go nuts -- paint started shooting out all over the kitchen.

"Fire in the hole!", yelled Dil.

"Everybody ducked down. Homer tried to ru,n but the machine kept hitting him. When the machine finaly stopped, Homer got a little bit mad.

"Are you okay Mr. Simpson?" asked Lil.

"What do you think?" said Homer, completely covered in paint.

"Calm down," said Marge.

"Still needs some bugs to work out," said Stu.

"Like your last invention," said Drew.

Everybody cleaned up the paint from the kitchen. When they were done, Homer decided to take the guys over to Moe's Tavern.

While they went to Moe's, Bart decided to make another prank call. This time, he was going to let Dil have a turn.

Meanwhile, at the bar, Moe answered the phone.

"Moe's Tavern; Moe speking."

"Is there an Amanda Huggenkiss there, said Dil."

Moe said, "Hold on, I'll see -- Uh, Amanda Huggenkiss? Hey, I'm looking for Amanda Huggenkiss! Ah, why can't I find Amanda Huggenkiss?"

Barney said, "Maybe your standards are too high!"

Moe responded, "Wait a minute... Listen, you little yellow-bellied rat, if I ever find out who you are, I'm gonna kill you!"

As Moe hung up the phone, the guys walked in.

"You know, guys, maybe we shouldn't drink -- it's bad for you," said Chazz.

"Hey! Are you saying we should leave or something?", said Lenny.

"No, I'm just saying that beer is bad for you," said Chazz.

"Come on Chazz, what's life without taking chances?" said Stu.

"Okay," said Chazz.

"Doesn't look too bad," said Howard.

Homer ordered a round of Duff Beer for the guys.

About an hour later, they're all soaked to the gills.

"Hey look! Four Stus!" said Chazz.

"Can't get enuff of that wonderful Duff!", said Stu.

In their drunken stupor, the guys began to sing:

"Duff Beer for me!

Duff Beer for you!

I'll have a Duff!

You have one too!"

Back at the Simpson house, Lisa was playing a jazz piece on her saxophone; the Rugrats thought she was pretty good. They all clapped and Lisa took a bow.

"Wow Lisa; you play pretty good," said Angelica.

"Thanks!" said Lisa.

Down stairs in the kitchen the ladies were talking.

Marge notices Susie playing with Maggie. Marge said to Lucy, "Your daughter is so wonderful with children."

Back at Moe's, the boys were very drunk, to a point where they begun hallucinating. Howard was seeing pink flying elephants, Stu was seeing dancing bottles of beer, Chazz was seeing double, Drew was seeing lawyers, Randy was seeing Dummi Bears, skeletons, dinosaurs and purple polka-dotted dogs.

"Why are these lawyers showing me these office reports?" said Drew.

"Forget them! Those elephants are all over the place!" said Howard.

"Shesh.... I've seen strange things before when I'm drunk, but these guys really take the cake!", said Barney.

Meanwhile, Bart, Lisa and the Rugrats decided to go to get some candy and squishees. They told their moms and went off to Kwik-E-Mart.

They went inside and they saw the clerk named Apu. While they were getting candy, Snake, a hardened criminal who always manages to get back into trouble, bolted into the store and pointed his pistol at Apu.

"Give me the money," Snake said.

"Okay okay, I know the drill," said Apu.

"We gotta do something!" said Susie.

"I have a plan," said Bart.

Bart opened a bag of marbles and rolled them out on the floor. When Snake backed up, the marbles rolled under his feet, causing him to fall and get knocked out cold.

Apu called the police.

Shortly afterward, Clancy Wiggum, the large, stout, and mostly-incompetent police chief of Springfield, got the call from a 911 dispatcher about an armed robbery at a Kwik-E-Mart.

Wiggum said, "Aw, can't anybody in this town take the law into their own hands?"

Wiggum takes off in his police car. A few minutes later, Chief Wiggum came to the scene and arrested Snake.

Chief Wiggum said to Snake, "You're under arrest for armed robbery. You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say, blah blah blah, blah blah blah blah blah." And yes, he did say "blah blah blah, blah blah blah blah blah."

Chief Wiggum said to the Rugrats, "Thanks for helping us catch this guy, kids. He's gonna rot in the slammer for the next twenty years. Bread and water, icy showers, guards whomping you round the clock, and the only way out is suicide."

"I would've gotten away with it if it wasn't for these meddiling kids," said Snake.

"Yeah, that's what they all say; take him away, boys," said Chief Wiggum.

Apu was so thankful to the Rugrats he gave them squishees and candy for free.

"That Apu is really nice," said Phil.

The kids went back to Bart's house, but when they got there, their dads got home, but they had terrible hangovers.

"Oh my head," said Chazz.

"I'm so sorry for this," said Marge.

"It's okay, Marge; it's not your fault," said Kira.

Angrily, Marge said to Homer, "Homer! What were you thinking?"

"I'm sorry guys; I didn't mean for this to happen." said Homer.

"It's all right," said Stu.

Before the ladies took their husbands back to the hotel, Marge asked Susie to babysit Bart, Lisa and Maggie.

"Sure, Mrs. Simpson," said Susie.

Early in the evening Susie's parents dropped her off at the Simpson's house and Susie went in.

Know Susie I left some money on the table so you and the kids could order some pizza and Maggie's bed time is at 8:00p.m. said Marge.

After Bart's parents left, Susie ordered some pizza, then let the kids watch an "Itchy and Scratchy" video. When the pizza man arrived, Susie paid him and gave the kids each a slice of pizza, then she watched the video with them.

"These guys are hilarious," said Susie. "My dad works on a cartoon show."

Which one? asked Bart.

"The Dummi Bears," said Susie.

"What's it about?", said Lisa.

"It's about a bunch of bears that loves everybody," said Susie.

"We're not too familiar with that show -- it's not on in our area," said Bart.

"I see," said Susie.

A while later Susie put Maggie to bed, then she, Bart and Lisa played a game. However, Lisa noticed that Snowball II was acting strangely.

"Susie, something's wrong with Snowball," said Lisa.

Snowball was meowing in pain.

Susie said, "Bart, call the vet; Lisa, get some blankets."

Quickly, Bart called the vet, while Lisa brought Susie some blankets for Snowball II.

Susie ran up stairs to get Maggie, then they ran next door and asked Ned Flanders to drive them to the vet.

When Homer and Marge got home, the house was empty. They found a note written by Susie that said:

Dear Mr. and Mrs. Simpson:

Snowball is acting very strangely. I had Ned take us to the vet. We'll meet you there.


Homer we have to go to the vet somethings wrong with Snowball said Marge.

Quickly getting back into the car they left. When they got to the vet's there was Susie, Bart, Lisa, Ned, Rod, and Todd sitting in the waiting room.

Homer said, "What's wrong? Is Snowball dying?"

"Actually, no Mr. Simpson," said Susie.

The vet came out and told them everything was fine, as Snowball had kittens.

"Wow!" said Bart.

They ran inside and saw Snowball II laying down and with nine kittens -- three black like their mother, four white, and two black and white.

"They're so cute," said Susie.

"Hey Marge, I wouldn't mind asking if the boys could have two of the kittens," said Ned.

"Sure," said Marge.

They all went home and took Snowball and her kittens with them. On the way home, they dropped Susie off at the hotel and she thanked them. Afterwards, Susie rushed inside to tell her friends what happened.

"Snowball II had kittens!" said Dil.

"Yes, and the Flanderses are going to get two of them," said Susie

"I can't wait to see them," said Angelica.

The next day, the Rugrats went to the Simpsons to see the kittens. They went inside, where they met Marge's older sisters, Patty and Selma. Patty & Selma are also interested in adopting one or two of the kittens.

"This one looks cute," said Patty.

"He does look pretty smart, and would make a good mouse catcher," said Selma, looking at the black and white kitten.

When Patty and Selma saw the Rugrats, they were surprised to see that they weren't yellow, and had 5 fingers.

"I think all that smoking is causing us to hallllucinate," said Selma.

"Lisa, who are those two?" asked Angelica.

"They're my aunts, Patty and Selma," said Lisa.

Patty said, "And we thought you had problems. Marge, your kids made friends with kids who aren't even yellow!"

"There just from out of town," said Marge.

While Marge talked to her sisters, the kids were looking at Snowball II's kittens.

"Well, this is turning out to be a good vacation," said Phil.

"They're all so cute," said Angelica, softly petting one of the white kittens.

"So Tommy, hows your dad's invention coming along?" asked Lisa.

"Okay; he's still working on it," said Tommy.

While the Rugrats were looking at the kittens, Grandpa Simpson came in to visit, but when he saw the Rugrats, he went crazy.

"I'm losing my mind! I'm seeing white people and black people with five fingers!" said Grandpa.

Grandpa started to run around and panic.

"Grandpa! Calm down! They're from out of town!" said Marge.

"Oh, okay," said Grandpa.

"That's your Grandpa?" said Kimi.

"Yep," said Bart.

Just then, Homer's car pulled up the driveway. When he got out, he saw Patty and Selma's car, and he knew that meant one thing -- his sister in laws were visiting.

He went inside and Patty said, "Hi ya fat boy."

"Hey watch it!" said Homer.

"Hey Mr. Simpson, can you and your family come out to dinner with our families tonight for dinner at The Frying Dutchman?" asked Chuckie.

"Mmm... sea food... sure," said Homer.

At 5PM, the Simpsons met the Rugrats' families at the hotel. Everybody was ready to go out to dinner. Stu was still working on the paint blaster, but when he turned it on, Homer walked in, and was hit by a blob of paint.

"Stupid machine!" hollered Homer.

Homer was about to smash the machine, but Stu stopped him.

"Homer! Leave my invention alone! I still need to work on it!" said Stu.

Homer put the machine down. Then they all went to The Frying Dutchman restaurant. They ordered some shrimp and fish for dinner and they talked a little.

"So, would you like to come to the Inventor's Convention this Saturday?" asked Stu.

"Sure," said Marge.

"Hey guys! Look! There Krusty the Clown, Sideshow Mel, and... Emica?" said Phil.

The three of them were over at a table eating dinner, the Rugrats and Simpson kids went over to see them.

"Emica! What are you doing here?" asked Susie.

"I'm doing a guest star on Krusty's show tomorrow," said Emica. "I'm relatively new in Springfield, so, at Krusty's insistence, I'm appearing on his show to introduce my CD -- the same one you guys (pointing at the Rugrats) have back home. But, to be honest, he was kind of shocked at first when he noticed my pink skin and five fingers."

"Well see you on the show tomorrow," said Angelica.

The next day, the Simpson kids went to the hotel to watch Krusty's show. Emica performed a song on the show and did a skit with Krusty. When Itchy and Scratchy came on, Didi thought they looked kind of cute, but when the violent antics started, Didi was a little concerned.

"The parents in this town let their children watch this violent cartoon?" said Didi.

"Come on Deed, it's only a show," said Betty.

"I guess your right; they are pretty cute," said Didi.

Saturday came, and the Simpsons came to the hotel for the convention.

"Hey Bart," said Tommy, "my dad's booth is over there next to Professor Frink."

"Ladies and gentlemen, allow me to test my machine, the Paint Blaster 5000," said Stu.

As soon as he started, the machine started shooting out paint at people and their inventions, then the machine shot out a large amount of green paint at Homer, knocking him out of his shoes. Homer stood up, and when he did, he went berserk. He changed into a delirious version of The Incredible Hulk.

"Not again!" said Bart.

"Homer mad!!" yelled Homer, as he ripped his shirt off.

Homer walked to a wall, and punched it so hard, it came flying to pieces.

"Homer mad! Homer smash! Get revenge on world!" yelled Homer.

"Hey look everybody! It's The Incredible Hulk!" said Lenny.

Homer was about to smash a car, but he was subdued by Chief Wiggum, Lou, and Eddie.

Homer was sent to the hospital where his family and the Rugrats were.

"So this isn't the first time this has happened," said Tommy.

"Yeah, I pulled a prank on dad and he did the exact same thing," said Bart. "But wait a minute? How did YOU know it happened before?"

"We watch your show every week," said Angelica. "As a matter of fact, we saw a repeat of that episode last week, before we left for Springfield. Stan Lee, the Marvel Comics guy, was a guest who tried to become The Hulk himself after loitering at the CBG's store all week."

"We have a TV show? Sounds so crazy, it just might work," said Marge.

"It did -- the last 13 years," said Tommy.

"Well, he's alright, but it's going to cost us $600.00 to pay for the damages," said Stu.

"On Tuesday, the Rugrats and their families went home, and the Simpsons came to say goodbye to them.

"Bye guys," said Lisa.

"Sure hope we see each other again someday," said Bart.

"I think we will," said Tommy.

They said goodbye to their new friends and headed home.

"So, what are we going to do when we get home?", asked Kimi.

"I don't know, but I think The Simpsons will be on when we get back to my house," said Tommy.

"Sweet," said Phil.

The End

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