Please, again, do not ask, why its called what its called. (TBRttMoN stands for The Bus Ride to the Middle of Nowhere) The truth will be revealed soon. Ha, ha. Well... I decided to continue this. I still need your guys opinions on this fan-fic. And also I need two lebih characters. I will decide on who anda will play. So... yeah. Read and review (please?)
Kowalski was busy working on some blueprints for some invention that would eventually help mankind atau destroy them all. Who knows…? Suddenly, Kowalski’s penguin eyebrows twitched. Something wasn’t right. Something was out of place. There was no annoying voice going off how smart she was and other stuff.
“UGH!” Kowalski groaned loudly.
“Admit it,” Skipper teased, patting Kowalski’s head, “You miss Catherine, do you?”
“No, I’m glad she’s gone!” Kowalski shouted quickly. A little too quickly. Skipper raised his penguin eyebrows.
“Alright, I miss her… A lot. It’s just not right. It’s too quiet and blissful,” Kowalski said. Skipper sighed and rolled his eyes.
“She’s been gone for a week. She’s gonna be back seterusnya week, she berkata so herself,” Skipper assured him, looking at Kowalski sympathetically.
“But we don’t know when seterusnya week,” Private said, butting into the conversation. He turned his head from the TV to look at Skipper and Kowalski. Kowalski did a head desk. He looked at Rico hopefully. Rico sighed, put Ms. Perky down and looked through the periscope yet again. Rico’s eyes widened.
“OH, OH!” Rico berkata and started saying Rawak jibber jabber.
“Let me see Rico,” Skipper said, looking through the periscope. He saw Alice coming with a large crate.
“Pretty big for a small penguin like Catherine, huh?” Skipper muttered, looking at the crate, “Let’s roll out boys.” The penguins got up and jumped out the fishbowl entrance. The boys looked up at Alice as she set the krat down and pried the bahagian, atas open. She sighed.
“Two female penguins from the Sydney Aquarium,” she told the penguins. They blinked, pretending they didn’t understand. Alice rolled her eyes and walked away.
“You know, anda should really learn some respect anda idiot!” A familiar voice said.
“You should shut up,” An Australian accent growled. Suddenly the sound of a slap came from the crate. It wasn’t long until a little penguin with purple eyes came out. She had a red mark across her cheek. She sighed and looked up at the boys.
“Oy, idiots. Did anda miss me?” the girl penguin said.
“More than anda would think, Catherine,” Kowalski said, running up to hug her. Catherine smiled and pushed Kowalski away.
“Oh so anda did miss me?” Catherine said, “Well, I know someone who missed Skipper even more.” Catherine went towards the krat and knocked on it.
“Miss Lilly-san, please come out,” Catherine berkata in a sweet but serious voice. A girl with a bow in her feathers came out of the crate. She looked up, saw Skipper and smiled.
“Hey Skipper,” Lilly sighed than shook her head, “No, that’s not why I’m here.”
“Lilly was visiting in Antarctica too while I was at the marching convention for The Antarctic Pride,” Catherine said, “She came to me with bad news and I knew I just had to come back early. Right, Lilly-san?”
“That’s right,” Lilly said, narrowing her eyes, “And I’m telling you, it wasn’t such a sweet ride with this nutball.”
“Who anda calling a nutball?” Catherine said, trying to be cute. Lilly rolled her eyes.
“Does this concern all of us atau only Skipper?” Kowalski asked, putting his flippers together.
“I think all of anda guys,” Lilly said, smiling weakly, “But Private may not understand it as much as Skipper does.”
“This message comes from the Hexagon,” Lilly berkata seriously. The three senior members of the penguin crew raised their eyebrows. Private, though, was a little confused.
“What’s the Hexagon?” Private asked.
“I’ll explain it all in the old HQ,” Catherine said, “Besides, when’s the last time I did an experiment with good old Kowaru-san?”
“Kowalski, explain this part to me,” Catherine said, holding up a piece of paper to Kowalski’s face.
“Not now, Catherine, anda should be explaining the situation with Lilly,” Kowalski said, shoving Catherine beside Lilly. Catherine smiled really big at Lilly. Lilly rolled her eyes and sighed.
“So, Catherine, what exactly happened?” Skipper asked, “You’ll probably remember it better, since your specialty is memorization.”
“Aye, aye, sir!” Catherine said, saluting her skipper. She put on a thinking face and looked off into angkasa somewhere. Than something came to her and she nodded her head thoughtfully.
“OK, guys, flashback time!” Catherine shouted, looking in one direction. The boys and Lilly looked in another direction. Catherine looked at them strangely.
“Guys, over here,” Catherine said, pointing the direction that she was looking. They all looked in the direction that Catherine was looking.
Catherine was standing in front of a crowd of little penguins about the age of one to two human years old. Catherine was explaining everything about marching band.
“In marching band, anda can play all sorts of instruments. It also prepares anda for the military world if you’re getting into that. But if you’re planning on it, make sure you’re prepared for it. Remember, a penguin never sleeps,” Catherine explained, “Any soalan about what instruments anda can play?” A lot of flippers went up and everyone started talking rapidly.
“Some student anda have there, Hopkins,” A sandra said.
“Well, she was an amazing marcher. It’s good to see her talking about band again,” Hopkins said, smiling a little. Suddenly, another sandra came up, a female penguin with a bright blue bow on. Catherine looked up and a worried expression came across her face.
“Lilly-san, what are anda doing here?” Catherine said.
“You know the princess of Antarctica?” one of the little girl penguin asked, astonished. The others gasped, looking at Catherine with wide eyes.
“Yeah, anda could say that. I have to speak to Lilly privately now,” Catherine said, smiling gently at the kids, “Monique, take over for a sec!” Catherine was shoved sejak Lilly behind the poster board.
“Catherine, something urgent happened at the Hexagon!” Lilly shouted silently. The Hexagon… Catherine thought. Every time she heard about news there, she would get nervous. It was always bad news every time news came from the Hexagon. Lilly started explaining rapidly what had happened.
“He really is?” Catherine asked, a little surprised, “That’s so… awful.”
“I know. We need to get word to Skipper right away,” Lilly said, her eyes wide.
“Now?” Catherine asked. She looked at the kids sitting in front of Monique, stunned at how marching bands worked.
“But I’m teaching little chicks,” Catherine said, pointing at the little penguins.
“I know, but this is lebih important!” Lilly shouted.
“Something wrong, Miss Lilly?” a voice said. They looked behind to see that Hopkins was standing a few feet from them.
“Band director Hopkins, I need to talk to you,” Catherine berkata rapidly. She pulled the band director to the side. As far as Lilly could tell, they were arguing. Than Catherine must have berkata something, because realization dawned on the old band director’s face. After a few minutes, Catherine slid on her belly towards Lilly.
“We’ve got to hurry if we’re gonna catch the seterusnya ferry to Sydney Harbour,” Catherine told Lilly. Lilly nodded and the two girls headed in the direction of the official penguin docks.
“So, what exactly happened to General Hatfield?” Skipper asked, leaning in his seat.
“Who’s General Hatfield?” Private asked curiously.
“He was Skipper’s mentor. He was part of the young skipper’s mentoring program before he became the general,” Kowalski explained, “The two of them were… well, really close anda could say.”
“Well,” Lilly said. She closed her eyes and looked down wistfully.
“Well, what?” Skipper said, standing up, “Tell me now!” Lilly gulped and looked at Catherine. Catherine just shrugged.
“General Hatfield… has been kidnapped…” Lilly berkata softly, looking Skipper in the eyes.
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