Tuesday, July 12, 2011
Generation Two - Chapter Twelve: Revenge
Surprisingly Aria didn't even seem to notice that Bray was now real and living in the Winters household. Well... maybe that's not so surprising now that I think about it.
What was surprising was the call Beatrice received out of the blue one Saturday morning. Randy called, and asked her out to dance at The Grind that evening.
Beatrice's first instinct was to immediately reject him, but then an idea popped in to her head.
Beatrice: Oh Randy, I'm so happy you called. Of course I'll meet you.
Bray was not impressed with Beatrice's sugary sweet happy voice, but it seemed to fool Randy and they made plans to meet that night.
Bray was an important part of Beatrice's plan, so she pulled him aside, and apparently yelled her idea in his ear. She was going to show up to The Grind with a new guy on her arm. That would show Randy that he couldn't treat her like dirt, and then expect her to cherish any scrap of attention he threw her way.
Beatrice: How would you like to help me get a little revenge?
Perhaps due to their shared evil nature the two had hit it off right away after Bray became real, and he eagerly agreed to help Beatrice with her plan.
Bray suggested that if they were going to be convincing they would need to be comfortable with each other, which meant getting in some practice kissing.
Aw, aren't they cute.
Well, cute until you see the entire scene. Which includes a stinky Blake dancing by the broken sink. Maybe it's an ancient sink repair dance.
Actually it's worse than that, the entire family was in the room (minus poor, forgotten Bradford). Not exactly the best place to make out guys.
Later that evening Beatrice and Bray arrived at The Grind, ready to put their diabolical plan in to action.
The two teens casually walk past the police officer and made their way in to the club. I think Twinbrook's finest might be a tad blind, or senile.
They don't have to wait long for Randy to arrive...wearing nothing but his speedo. He's doing a pretty good job of embarrassing himself without any help.
But this evil duo had no qualms with rubbing salt in the word, and making things a little more awkward for Randy.
At first they weren't sure if he even cared at all.
But it didn't take long for Randy's true colors to come out.
Randy: What the hell do you think you're doing? How dare you show up here with someone else. You should be grateful I even gave you the time of day. Any social life you thought you had is over, I'll make sure of it.
Bray wasn't going to let that stand.
Being a bit evil had its advantages. He knew exactly what buttons to push to really enrage Randy.
She wasn't sure who threw the first punch, but before Beatrice could say anything an all out brawl broke out between the two boys. Despite her heavy involvement in the incident Beatrice looked on with no more than a mild interest.
In the end, Bray was the one who finished it. Leaving Randy to sulk back home.
With their mission accomplished and their curfew long past Beatrice and Bray decided it was time for them to head back home as well.
But as soon as they left the club Beatrice saw something that stopped her in her tracks.
A police officer was waiting right outside the club. Had Randy done this?
Either way, Beatrice & Bray were rounded up and put in the officer's car. I'm not sure exactly why Bray got to sit up front while Beatrice was locked in the back. Then again sim logic never makes any sense.
By the time they pulled up to the house the pair were pretty pleased with themselves. Getting picked up by the police must be a rite of passage for evil teens.
Aria, however, was not pleased with their late night clubbing, and promptly grounded both of them.
Beatrice awoke the next morning still grumpy from getting grounded.
And things got worse when Bray tried to kiss her good morning.
Beatrice:Now that things with Randy are settled we're still just friends, right?
Bray just nodded in agreement. He may have wanted more but Beatrice had clearly shut things down.
There was at least one good thing happening that day though, it was Beatrice's birthday!
For some reason Bray was the only one who bothered to watch her blow out the candles. You would Beatrice's first steps in to adulthood would be something at least her mother would want to witness.
Ah I see now. Aria was too busy mopping up the never ending living room puddle to watch her child grow up. Of course.
Being an adult now, Beatrice decided it was time to go back to her black hair. And after a small makeover she was ready to take on adulthood.
Which meant time to get a job. Any idea of what career you'd like Beatrice?
Better give her some time to think that one over.