The television screen was glowing brighter than usual. I stepped in front of the screen, casting a large shadow over it. My colleague moved his head to the side to catch a glimpse of the blasted machine. He then laughed at what was occurring in the world. That was the last straw.
I bopped him on the head, and he seemed to enjoy the blow. Typical.
"Pinky! Stop this foolishness!" I shouted.
Pinky apologized then continued watching the hypnotic device. This was strange. I usually got his attention whenever I hit and shouted at him. What was distracting him?
I turned around and was in total shock. That was it! That is how I would take over the world once and for all!
I soon prepared the plans. Thanks to Pinky, I would finally take over the world! YES!
The chilly October breeze was blowing in my face as I flew over Amity Park, with a huge grin. This day was turning out great.
No ghosts were roaming around. That was good for everyone. Plus, I might even be on time for the first time in a long while! Everything was going perfect so far...I spoke too soon, though, as I felt a chill as my ghost sense went off. Who could it be this time?
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Romy0, I sincerely say that YOU ARE THE BEST WRITER ON HERE!! NO OFFENSE OTHER PEOPLE! Most people don't update at least once a week, including me. That is one of the reasons why YOU ROCK!! You are an incredible author, too. XD
3rd Person POV:
The lights grew dimmer and dimmer, until they finally faded out completely. The ghost boy and the two mice uncovered their eyes, and were confused at what they just saw.
"NARF! What happened to my ghost half?" asked Pinky.
Brain was befuddled as well. "I don't know. It seems as if he has just...vanished".
Danny flew over to were Dark Pinky had been floating. He examined the area and came to a conclusion. "He's gone".
"Oh! You mean like on a vacation? I wonder where he went...oh! I know! Disney World!" Pinky exclaimed.
Brain grabbed Pinky by the nose and hit him over the head. "What goes on in that mind of yours?"
"Hmm...", Pinky thought.
Brain hit him on the head again. "That was a rhetorical question!"
Danny rolled his eyes and explained what he meant. "No, not like on a vacation. It's more like...he's never coming back."
Pinky then turned around and began to cry.
"Pinky, what's wrong?" Brain asked.
Pinky sniffled and answered. "It's just that...I'll never see him again."
"That's a good thing! He tried to get rid of you!" Danny exclaimed.
"Oh yeah. Right", Pinky said as he immediately stopped any more tears from flowing down his face.
Meanwhile, at Amity Park, Jack was spending some time with his "son".
"That was how I found my one and only love", he finished up as tears rolled down from his eyes, "and don't forget Danny: corndogs are the key to all happiness in the world."
"I'll never forget that moral, father", the Danny Robot replied.
"Um, pardon me for interrupting your great story, Mr.Fenton, but...can you get me down from here!?" asked Tucker, whose head was thawed out, but the rest of his body still frozen.
"Sorry, Tucker, but Danny and I still have a lot of catching up to do. Isn't that right, son?" Jack asked the Danny Robot.
The robot malfunctioned and sputtered and gave out an electric shock to Jack.
"That's my boy!" Jack exclaimed.
While Jack and the Danny Robot bonded, the real Danny was in Burbank, California. He flew over to Acme Labs to drop Pinky and the Brain back at home. He phased through the wall and set them next to their cage.
"It was a pleasure to met you Danny", Brain said.
"Yeah, a real pleasure!" agreed Pinky.
"The same to you", Danny told them. As he was about to phase back out, he turned back around to them, "And please, don't get into any type of ghost business again, Brain."
"I feel offended that you called me out like that", Brain replied.
Danny chuckled. "See you guys around!"
With that last goodbye, Danny phased out of Acme Labs and made his way back to Amity Park.
As Pinky continued to wave to Danny through the window, Brain walked back inside the cage.
"What are you doing, Brain?" asked Pinky.
"Preparing for tomorrow night", Brain answered.
"Why, what are we going to do tomorrow night, Brain?" Pinky wondered.
"The same thing we do every night, Pinky-try to take over the world!" Brain exclaimed.
A chorus in the background then sang, as we zoom out of Acme Labs.
"They're dinky, they're Pinky and The Brain, Brain, Brain, Brain, Brain."
Seeing that I was the one true genius out of everyone in the room, Danny had asked for me to come up with a proposal to defeat Pinky's evil ghost half. With little thought, I suggested that the young ghost boy could just simply suck him up while frozen. But Pinky drew out a flaw.
"Brain? What if he comes back for us?" he asked.
I looked over at Danny, who too shared a worrisome look.
"Pinky's right. He won't stay frozen for long, but we can't just suck him back into the thermos either. He might escape faster than you think", Danny explained.
As much to my discharge, they were right. There I said it! Pinky was right...for once.
It took a little over a minute, but by then, I had come up with a new logical procedure that could get rid of that pesky, pernicious poltergeist, once in for all! Try saying that five times fast.
3rd Person POV:
Every ghost boy and mouse took their positions in preparing to fight against Dark Pinky. As they hid, the evil mouse heated the ice with his white ghost rays. His face was steaming red with anger, as he shouted as he phased out.
"Ahhhh! Alright ghost boy! You want to have fun!? Then why don't you come up face to face with me? That's when I'll show you fun!" he shouted at the top of his lungs.
Without warning, the ghostly mouse was clutched by the neck and pinned against the wall.
"You asked for it, not me", Danny exclaimed.
Before he could shoot out his ghost ray at him, though, Dark Pinky phased through the wall. Danny looked around the room, in hopes that he could locate the evil rodent.
Suddenly, the ghost boy flew out of control and landed on the hard tile floor. Dark Pinky came up at him, grinning.
"You asked for that, not me", he sneered, mocking Danny.
"Really? I expected a better comeback from you. Oh well, that's what happens when you were once a part of a idiotic mouse!" Danny exclaimed.
Dark Pinky's eyes glowed in anger. "I am not, by any means, part of that dumbbell!"
"Oh yeah, then why don't you just shoot your ghost ray a me, huh?" asked Danny as he stood up.
"Why would I need to do that when I can give ya the ol' one-two!?" retorted Dark Pinky.
He began to take a few jabs at Danny, who just simply turned intangible to avoid them.
"Admit it. You don't want to hurt me or them!" Danny exclaimed as he pointed to Pinky and Brain.
"You wanna bet!?" he yelled back.
Without notice, Dark Pinky flew as quick as light to the rodents standing before him.
"Do it, I dare you evil ghost", Brain urged,"or should I say, 'Pinky'?
"How many times do I have to say it!? I am not a part of that paperweight!" Dark Pinky shouted in fury.
"Not for long", Danny said as he grabbed him.
Brain did the same to Pinky, trying to hold him.
"Why...won't you...stand still?" Brain asked.
"NARF! Sorry, Brain. I'm ticklish", Pinky admitted.
Dark Pinky was struggling just the same. "Let go of me! I will not share a life with him!"
Suddenly, Dark Pinky managed to break out of Danny's hands. He formed a white ray around his palms. As the rays grew bigger, so did the light that was emitting from it.
As Danny and the others shielded their eyes, the flash reached its peak. Nothing could be seen now, except for a white light that formed around the room.
Oh man. This is bad. Even though this ghost is a mouse, he seems so tough. Ever hear of the phrase 'I may be small but can be ferocious if provoked'? Well, that describes Dark Pinky perfectly.
I mean, what could I do? Whenever I tried to shoot out a beam, he repelled back towards me. This was the time where brains has to beat brawns. Or...maybe it was The Brain comes up with a plan to beat the dark evil force? Either way, I had an idea.
3rd Person POV:
Danny quickly shot out a blue beam at Dark Pinky, which froze him. He then went invisible and flew over to the two little mice.
"Brain? Got any ideas?" asked an invisible Danny.
"Oh, Brain! A mysterious voice is calling you", thought Pinky.
Brain hit his friend on the head. "No, Pinky! That's Danny!"
"He's the voice?"
Brain clenched his fists and tried to hold back his anger. "No, Pinky! He's invisible!"
"Um...can we get back to the matter at hand?" asked Danny.
Brain told Danny to wait a moment as he thought long and hard. The intelligent mouse then snapped his fingers, coming up with an idea.
"Pinky, are you pondering what I'm pondering?"
"Um, I think so, Brain", Pinky started, "but where would we get a house elf named 'Dobby' from?"
Danny laughed, while Brain was not amused. "Why do I even ask?"
"I don't know. Maybe because I'm the only one who listens to you", Pinky suggested.
"But you don't listen to me!" Brain yelled.
"Um, what are you talking about, Brain?" Pinky asked.
Brain calmed down then huddled up to tell them all about his plan.
3rd Person POV:
Now that he had gotten rid of Snowball and Vlad by sucking them into the Fenton Thermos, Dark Pinky could now put his plan into full view. But first, he had another ghost to take care of.
Without warning, a fist flew in the air and landed directly on the mouse's nose.
"Hey! Doesn't it look like I've got enough to worry about!?" shouted Dark Pinky.
"Oh yeah, try me. I'm fighting an evil mouse created by two froot loops bent on taking over the world, I'm going to be grounded for leaving to Wisconsin, and I've got a test on Monday", Danny replied.
"Oh man, that stinks", Dark Pinky told him, "Who would give out a test on Monday?"
Danny formed a green beam around his palms. "Apparently, you haven't met my teachers."
With that reply, the ghost boy had shot out the beam, aiming it at the evil mouse. There was no luck, though, for the mouse had caught the beam into his own palms and repelled it back towards him. Danny quickly ducked down, avoiding the blast.
"You know that you could poke an eye out with that thing!" Danny yelled.
"Well, that was my intention", Dark Pinky admitted.
While they were fighting, exchanging blast after blast, Pinky and Brain had a talk with one another.
Brain stepped closer towards his friend, observing him, then looked back at the evil mouse fighting Danny.
"What is it, Brain?" Pinky asked.
"I'm afraid he was telling the truth. He is your ghost half", Brain answered.
"Nonsense, poit! I can still change into my ghost half. Just watch", Pinky said.
The mouse then stood up with confidence, attempting to transform into his ghost half. He concentrated long and hard, but no matter what happened, Pinky couldn't locate the familiar blue rings that could do the trick.
"What's wrong with me?" he asked.
Brain pulled Pinky by nose and made him look at the fight. "That, is your ghost half!"
The lab mouse couldn't believe that he could be separated from his ghost half. He also couldn't believe that his ghost half would be so cruel. He wondered what he and Brain could do to help Danny defeat his ghost half.
While he wondered this, Danny was stressed out. "I don't have the time to do this now!"
"How sweet is that. You want a break. Join me and you can get one", Dark Pinky insisted.
"Dude, really? Is that all you've got?" Danny asked.
"Hey I don't write it, I just say it", Dark Pinky replied.
"Then put this into your mouth!" a voice called out as a pencil flew past the evil mouse.
"Who threw that!?" Dark Pinky shouted as his eyes glowed with fury.
He scanned the room and found Pinky standing on a table just below him. "You just made a big mistake!"
"Why did you do that!?" Brain asked his friend.
'"I panicked! I couldn't let Danny fight him alone!" Pinky answered.
"Excuse me, I'm a ghost boy. He's a mouse. I could've taken care of this myself you know", Danny chimed in, "Which makes me wonder: how will Sam and Tucker cover up for me this time?"
At Amity Park, Sam is at Fenton Works.
"So you see? We were just reciting our lines for the school play", Sam explained.
Danny's father and mother looked over at Sam, then to 'Danny', who was supposedly wearing a robot costume for a play.
"This doesn't seem right..." Maddie said as she observed 'Danny'.
"Of course not. That is clearly...not a costume!" Jack exclaimed.
"What?" Sam asked.
"You thought that you could your old man, didn't you, son?" Jack asked the Danny robot.
"Of course not, father", replied the robot.
"Then come on. We have some work to do!" Jack said as he grabbed the robot and ran off.
Maddie followed while Sam just stood there.
"They really do fall for anything, don't they?" she wondered with a concerned look on her face.
I tried to look at what was going on, but the bright flashes took a toll. I shielded my eyes until it passed through. When the flashes died down, I could see what they had done, but I wasn't believing it.
Here I thought that Snowball and Vlad would overshadow Pinky and Brain...boy was I off. Instead, I was seeing Brain being held at will in the grasp of Vlad, while Snowball cornered a cowering Pinky. Something was peculiar, though. The hamster was not alone. Next to him, was a floating, dark-furred mouse who resembled...oh no. This wasn't good.
3rd Person POV:
While Danny stood in shock, Pinky had more problems than he could handle.
He slowly moved forward to the floating mouse. Once observing it, he recognized who it was. "Narf, is...is that me?"
"It's more than just 'you', Pinky. Take a closer look at him", encouraged Snowball.
He did what the hamster said, and was mesmerized.
The floating mouse wasn't just an ordinary look-alike. This mouse had black fur and glowing green eyes, which was a polar opposite of Pinky's white fur and blue eyes. There was also a sinister look to the mouse. Almost as if he'd been waiting to do something that would destroy the earth.
"Is that...my ghost half? Narf! Oh goody! Now I can play with myself! And also reach that terrible itch in my back that I can never get rid of!" Pinky exclaimed.
His ghost half face-palmed and sighed. He then spoke with an evil tone of voice, which was different from Pinky's own cheerful English accent. "I can't believe that I was part of this buffoon."
"What's the matter? You don't want to be friends? Was it something I said?" Pinky asked.
"Don't you understand!? I'm not 'you' anymore! I'm a mere portrait of your former ghostly self! I've taken a life of my own now!" his ghost half explained impatiently.
Snowball grinned. "Excellent Now with this new 'Dark Pinky' on my side, I shall rule the world!"
"Who said anything about 'we', bighead?" the ghost sneered.
At that moment, Dark Pinky's eyes glowed brighter. A white, static beam had formed from his palms. In an instant, the beam was shot directly at Snowball, who landed against the portal door.
"He's pure evil!" Brain realized.
"Impossible! No one can be as evil as me!" Snowball shouted.
"Or me!" Vlad piped in.
Dark Pinky's eyes were filled with rage. "Want to bet?"
He flew over to Danny, who backed up, suddenly coming to his senses. The ghostly mouse snatched the thermos out of the ghost boy's hands and uncapped it. A sudden vacuum was released, and was aimed at the hamster.
"You wouldn't! I created you!" Snowball shouted in disbelief.
Without a word, the evil mouse flew closer to the hamster and sucked him into the thermos, trapping him.
Vlad let go of Brain, dropping him to the floor, and made a run for it. It was shortened, though, by Dark Pinky sucking him into the thermos as well.
"You can't do this to me! I'm a billionaire!" Vlad shouted from the depths of the thermos.
Now that they were gone, the evil mouse could finally get rid of the two things that stood in his way: Pinky and Brain.