|The Wacky Wedding
Author: Angelic Prophecy PM
Ben and Abigail are getting married,and everything is supposed to be perfect.... until Michelle and Jenny show up! What happens with these two crazy teens added to the story?---Co-written with xomoviegalxo---Rated: Fiction K+ - English - Humor/Parody - Chapters: 6 - Words: 7,245 - Reviews: 24 - Favs: 5 - Follows: 2 - Updated: 09-15-08 - Published: 05-31-08 - Status: Complete - id: 4291262
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Well, here is the last chapter of The Wacky Wedding! Enjoy!
Ian's head snapped to the direction of the two girls, positioned in an action stance. He broke into a wide grin.
"Oh, so you've come to watch the show too."
Jenny shook her head. "No, we've come to stop the show."
Ben and Riley were watching anxiously from where they stood.
"Now let them go!" Michelle snarled, moving Jenny's wrist so the gun was aimed at Ian.
"Michelle, Jenny, don't-" Ben pleaded, worried for their safety. "You don't have to do this."
"Well would you look at that- they brought their own gun." Ian cut in with an evil snigger.
"It's Shaw's, actually." Jenny shrugged.
"It's not like it matters." Ian rolled his eyes. "All I know is that you aren't brave enough to pull the trigger."
"Would you like to bet on it?" Jenny appeared brave on the outside, but Michelle could see her trembling slightly. Michelle's eyes fell on Riley, whose face was as white as a sheet.
"Oh, I know you won't do that. Because if you even think about it, these two will end up in the bottom of the river."
"What're we going to do?!" Michelle whispered, frightened.
"Well I'm a really bad swimmer." Jenny hissed back. "I doubt I'd be able to swim down there and retrieve two guys. So the gun probably isn't the best idea."
"But I don't want to end up on the bottom of the river!" Michelle said under her breath, trying to hide her panic.
"Neither do I." Jenny responded, placing her gun on the floor and raising her hands. "But we won't get that far."
Michelle looked at her questioningly, and Jenny shrugged. "One of us'll have a plan by then, surely."
Ian turned to a few of the henchmen. "Bring them."
Michelle let out a small yelp as the henchmen dragged them over next to Ben and Riley and began tying weights around their ankles.
"Well, this day has just been FULL of wonderful plans..." Riley muttered to himself. Jenny glared at him.
"We were trying to save your lives, remember?!" She snapped. Riley shrugged.
"I'm sorry, guys." Michelle muttered. "This is my fault. If I'd been paying attention..."
"No, it was my fault." Riley sighed. "I guess I shouldn't have worried about Abigail seeing you two..."
"Guys, enough. We'll find a way out of this." Ben insisted.
"I love it when you say stuff like that!" Jenny grinned. Ben looked at her strangely.
"But seriously, I'm not dying here." Jenny added firmly, staring out at the river.
"I don't think you four should be having a conversation when you're about to meet your makers." Ian interrupted, smiling with sick pleasure. Jenny opened her mouth to retort, until another shrill voice sounded above all the rest.
"What's going on here!?"
Everyone turned to see Abigail standing on the road, dressed in her full wedding dress. The four heroes couldn't help but gape.
"Abigail." Ian smirked, stepping forward. "You're just in time."
"Yes." Abby smiled. "Just in time to throw the bouquet." Then, in one swift motion, she swung her bunch of flowers into the stomach of McGregor, who had been standing on the river bank beside Michelle. He was flung backwards and sent crashing into the rushing water.
Then Abigail swung back around. hitting Ian straight in the face. He stumbled back in surprise, and she hit him in the head again. He fell to the ground unconscious.
"Wow, that was surprisingly easy." Abigail remarked with a shrug. She rushed over to Ben, untying his hands and ankles. "Are you OK?" She asked. "You disappeared and I was so worried and you weren't answering your phone..."
"I'm fine." Ben insisted, rubbing his wrists. Ben then untied Riley, and the two of them untied the girls.
"I'm sorry." Michelle mumbled, staring at the ground.
"For?" Ben looked confused.
"Ruining your wedding...It was my -"
"Our fault." Jenny interrupted.
"We'll...just...go." Michelle trailed off, turning to walk away.
"Wait." The girls turned to see Abigail standing near them, arm outstretched. They noted that even though she was pink and flustered, she still looked beautiful. "You didn't ruin my wedding." She glared at the unconscious form of Ian. "HE ruined my wedding. You girls tried to save my husband, and I am so thankful to you for that."
"Well the plan was to save everyone." Jenny muttered. "But we failed, we should actually be thanking you, really."
"Oh, don't worry about it." Abigail shrugged. She turned to Ben. "Almost everyone went home..." She looked at the setting sun. "It's getting rather late. Let's head over there and clean up."
"Well, we'll see you guys later." Ben gave the girls a big smile. "Thanks for everything, ladies." The girls gave him a nod and turned away to leave once more. They heard Riley whisper something to Ben.
"Yeah, sure." Ben answered. Michelle felt a hand on her shoulder.
"Hey, don't go yet." Riley stopped the two girls. They turned around. Riley smiled brightly at Michelle. "I still owe you a dance."
Michelle's face went pink. "Yeah, so?"
"So, it's only fair." Riley glanced at Jenny and flashed her a smile. Jenny grinned in return and then gave Michelle a little push in the small of her back. She stumbled into
Riley slightly, and Jenny stood away, whistling.
"There's no music." Michelle murmured, embarassed.
"So?" Riley answered back, taking her by the waist carefully.
"Oh, well..." Michelle's face went red. She cast a look over her shoulder at Jenny, who smiled and nodded. "...OK."
Jenny watched the two of them dancing on the grass and smiled. She began humming some music loudly, but Riley gave her a funny look, so she stopped.
A few minutes later, Riley and Michelle finished dancing. She smiled shyly at him.
"Thanks." She whispered to him.
He grinned, giving her a kiss on the cheek. Michelle stumbled back in surprise, touching her cheek. "Oh, I..." Riley walked over to Jenny, giving her a kiss as well. "Thanks for trying to help us out you guys."
"Y-Yeah." Jenny stammered, her face red. Michelle just stared at him, her hand still on her cheek. "Uh-huh..."
"I was thinking." Riley announced, turning back to the girls. "We should all go out sometime. Get a...pizza, or go to the movies?"
Michelle and Jenny glanced at each other, then back at Riley.
"Yes." They said in unison, trying to refrain from exploding.
"Great." Riley beamed. He then looked around, and back at them again. "Looks like we're all taking the bus home."
"Uh-huh." Michelle still appeared to be in a daze. Riley gave her a strange look.
"OK then. Let's go."
The three walked away from the spot, and then Jenny stopped, frowning. "Just a minute." She slipped the gun out of the hand of an unconscious Ian, throwing it into the raging river. "He doesn't need that."
"Shouldn't we call the cops?" Michelle asked.
"I think Ben said he would when they got home," Riley shrugged.
The threesome set off down the dirt road again. They walked in silence for a while until Michelle spoke up.
"Riley, did I ever tell you that you look totally hot in a tux?"
"I second that."
Haha… Well, again, we hope you enjoyed the story! Thanks for reading, guys!!
- Jenny and Michelle