From Rockybado: Robot King of the Island
While Rockybado was originally planning on getting Chinese take-out, he saw a car, and Toby Ingram was screaming for him. Rockybado quickly entered his spaceship and took off. The Chinese take-out order had to be cancelled, but Rockybado was not complaining.
"My friends are in trouble. Sparkle, get Sassio, and dress up like policemen. Do it, and do it quickly!" Rockybado warned.
Sparkle, a fairy who is Rockybado's assistant, called for Sassio, who is a frog and also Rockybado's assistant. They hurried and followed the car. Business had to be taken care of, and taken care of quickly.
Susan and Claude McSmith, the two evil villains, didn't realize that they had a spaceship following right behind them. They were frightened for a moment, and then they retreated to an insecure feeling of happiness and oblivion. The boys were starting to get seasick.
Or carsick, which would probably be more appropriate in this case.
"Can you please go a little slower? We're getting carsick," Andrew McCalsky spoke semi-softly.
"It is perfect just the way it is," Susan said.
To her husband, she asked, "Right, Claude?"
"Right," Claude said.
The speed limit said 55 miles per hour, but the car went 86 miles per hour. The married couple shared glasses of wine together when they rode in the car.
"SUSAN! CLAUDE!" David shouted. "YOU SHOULD HAVE YOUR SEATBELTS ON!"
The car hit another car. Smoke rose from all the mess. The boys were feeling sick to their stomachs because of the speed the car was going at that time. Rockybado followed the car up to the accident.
"Hey, bolognahead! I hope you didn’t get hurt!" an old lady yelled at the other car.
She got out of her car and literally jumped up and down quickly due to reasonable fury. Susan opened her mouth but didn't say anything, and Claude snarled. The little old lady took a '90's phone out of her purse. Rockybado called after her.
"You don't need to call the police. I have some certified policemen right here," Rockybado stated.
Sassio was dressed up as a chicken, and Sparkle was dressed up as a hula dancer.
"NO!" Rockybado screamed. "NOT LIKE THAT! I SAID POLICE OUTFITS, NOT CRAZY OUTFITS! GO BACK AND CHANGE!"
Sparkle and Sassio went back into the spaceship to change outfits. Now, Sparkle dressed up as a cow, and Sassio dressed up as a pig. Rockybado sighed.
"Darn it! Go change again! You only have one chance left, or I'm calling the police!"
Sparkle and Sassio changed again. Sparkle was dressed up as a ballerina, and Sassio was dressed up as a cat.
"I WILL HAVE TO CALL THE POLICE BECAUSE YOU ARE OBVIOUSLY NO HELP!"
Rockybado called the police, and the police arrived in a matter of minutes. As soon as they stopped, they jumped out of the police car and approached Susan and Claude.
"Names?" the policeman asked them.
"Gee," Claude answered. "We don't know everybody's names."
"Not their names! Your names!" the policeman snapped.
"Oh! Susan and Claude McSmith," Susan sneered.
"Ages?" the policeman asked.
"Well, we don't know everybody’s ages," the McSmith’s replied.
"Not their ages! Your ages!" the policeman said gruffly.
"Oh my! Susan is forty-two," said Claude. "And I'm six years older. So, forty-two plus six equals forty-eight. See? I'm good at math."
"Enough with the small talk," the policeman said, annoyed. "Occupations?"
"Well," said Susan, "You never know what everybody's occupations will be."
"Don't play stupid with me. Not their occupations. Your occupations." said the police.
"Oh!" gasped Susan. "My occupation is a travel agent, and Claude is a real estate agent."
"Thank you. I'm now going to see the boys," said the policeman.
He asked them their names, ages, and hometown. Afterwards, he let out an unintended smile. What exactly did this mean? What did his plans entail? What was he going to say to everyone, once he made his decision on the whole situation? Things were about to turn against the favors of the McSmith’s.
"Well, boys, Rockybado, Miss Dyer, you are free to go. And as for you, Susan and Claude McSmith, you're coming with me."
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