Disclaimer: I don't own Fuller House


"DJ why do we always have to do things your way," Kimmy asked.

"Um... because I'm the responsible one," DJ said, "Kimmy your way of doing things leads to a disaster in the end. My way works"

"Well someone had a big bowl of EGO for breakfast."

"You mean eggo," DJ asked.

"No. I mean ego. You aren't the same Deej that you used to be."

"I can't be that same DJ Kimmy," DJ said, "I'm not a kid anymore and for your information neither are you!"

"No but I'm fun. You used to be fun. Now you're all about rules and limits and consequences and blah blah blah. You can't go in the oposite dirrection and focus on-"

"I'M IN SURVIVAL MODE," DJ snapped, "YOU CAN'T BE POSITIVE WHEN YOU'RE IN SURVIVAL MODE. YOU HAVE TO SURVIVE. KIMMY DON'T YOU SEE WHAT I'M GOING THROUGH!"

"DON'T YOU SEE WHAT RAMONA IS GOING THROUGH," Kimmy snapped, "SHE'S DEPRESSED!"

"Come on," DJ said, "Every kid get's sad."

"I DIDN'T SAY SHE WAS SAD," Kimmy said, "SHE'S CLINICALLY DEPRESSED."

"You're making that up," DJ suggested, "Why wouldn't you have told me that before?"

"WHY DIDN'T YOU TELL ME YOUR PERSONAL BUSINESS BEFORE," Kimmy retorted, "It's personal. It's also true."

"Suppose it is," DJ said, "You can't just ease it away day by day. Has Ramona seen a doctor?"

"Of course she has," Kimmy said, "She's on medication."

DJ took a deep breath.

"Okay," she said, "So basically you know something that can affect MY decsions and you choose do keep it to yourself. THEN you get angry with me for not doing anything different even though I don't know there is any reason I SHOULD do anything different."

"I'm angry with you because I feel like you've changed."

"I have changed Kimmy and so have you. I lost my husband. I burried my first child when I was pregnant with my second one. I lost my mom at ten. Life isn't a walk in the park and a breeze. I don't have the time to play games. I'm not a kid anymore."

"Well neither am I," Kimmy said, "We went through the same things together. I was there when you lost Pammy. I was there when you burried her and you know what? It broke my heart. I lost her too. I lost my mom 3 years ago from damn cancer. You know what? We used to always have a positive attitude about things. You used to hate the way adults acted at times. Now you're acting that way."

"It's called growing up," DJ said, "You should try it sometime."

"I am grown up."

"You party for a living! I'm a vet."

"I just want things the way they used to be," Kimmy said, "You don't know what it's like. I was always the freak. I was always the odd one out."

DJ cleared her throat.

"Besides," Kimmy added, "You act different towards Jackson then you do to Max."

"Your point being?"

"M'point being that you're a hypocrite. You say I should treat Ramona the same way you treat Jackson but-"

"Okay that was a conversation we already had and besides Ramona woke up with a fever that day anyway so she couldn't have gone back to her old school and said hi to her old friends or gotten her nails done. You thought her being sick was 'punishment enough'"

"Deej why don't you try things my way," Kimmy asked.

"Look Kimmy I'll make you a deal," DJ said, "I'll do things your way a little if you do things my way a little."

"Fine," Kimmy said, "Deal."