This is part ofa series of scripts I wrote, labelled; Can I Trust You. The are all taken from I Dream episodes which I felt weren't completely completed! They are about Felix and Amy, so it's full of fluff! This one takes placeat the end of episode 8, Together. Hope you enjoy and please tell me what you think!

'It's finally over' thought Amy. After narrowly escaping touring with Natalie for 3 months, she was glad to be on her way home. She'd just exited the party and had started walking home when she heard someone call her name. She spun around to see Felix behind her.

"Amy" he called again. "Wait up" She paused as he ran up to her.

"What's up Felix?" she asked, starting to walk again.

"I just wanted to congratulate you" he said, walking along with her.

"On what?" she asked tiredly.

"Well, your performance was amazing, as always. But more precisely, how you stuck by Natalie, after all she's done, it took guts. And I'm proud of you" he smiled softly.

"Thanks" she smiled. "But I had to do something"

"Yeah, but she's your enemy, and she hasn't exactly been pleasant these last couple of days" he reminded her. "Yet you stuck by her anyway."

"Yeah well…you like that, you'll love this. Guess who came up to us after the performance" she grinned.

"The producer guy" he answered.

"How'd you know?" she asked suspiciously.

"I wasn't watching you…" smiled Felix shyly with the mischievous glint in his eye. He could have sworn Amy blushed as she turned away, but if she did, it quickly disappeared.

"Anyway" she dismissed. "He wanted 'Girls, Girls, Girls' to sign a record deal." She smiled, watching his reaction.

"That's great" he grinned. "See, being nice pays off!"

"He wanted us to tour" she added.

"Even better" he laughed.

"For THREE months. On the road, Together" she finished.

"Ahhh" he understood. "Three whole months with just Natalie for company… I'm guessing you didn't sign it then"

"Nah. I decided to get out of there quick" she smiled.

"So that's why you were walking home alone" smiled Felix.

They were silent for a while, content with just being in the others presence.