Hello! I'm guessing many of you DP-bound people don't remember me...My's story's been off to other catergories, and It's finally gone back to its first home...briefly.

Here's where we've been:

Book 1: Danny Phantom Section

Book 2: Fairly Oddparents Section

Book 3: Jimmy Neutron Section

Book 4: Spongebob Squarepants Section

Book 5: Back to Danny Phantom, baby!

I reccomend reading the other four before reading this, as there are EXTREME spoilers.

For those that have bothered to follow me...HI THERES! Welcome to the second half of Urtrip!

So, you want the anagram answer? It'll come in teh chapter.

Oh, just remembered:

Summary: Danny and co. are beamed to a suspicious place. There, many things are found, cheese is thrown, and a dastardly secret is revealed. The final destination awaits...but will Danny have to face this destination alone?

Pairings: Too short for any. Possible Danny/Sam.

For superdork: Wow! I thank you for all the reviews, but please, latecomers, put all your praise/flame into ONE review at the END of the book. Trust me, you'll thank me. BTW, hah, booyah meter. Is that actually a file? Where can I get it?

All review answers are for the ones from Book 4.

SilverSummerMoon: I can't tell whether to laugh or brutally arrest you for spam. I think I'll laugh. That's pretty clever.

dArkliTe-sPirit: Ya kiddin?

Velvet Panthers: Awesome, twin reviews!

I wasn't shocked when that guy died. Everyone who is a parental figure to Harry seems to be getting eliminated- first his own parents, then Sirius, then that guy. Woah. Hey- did you go to a bookstore party? My mom says I can go to one for the seventh.

Second review: Well, we all have to do that. You're lucky just to have one. And he did? Woah.

venusgal100: I know!

Purple Ghost Sausage: Neither can I! I just want to get through all these reviews so I can finally write it.

Green Phantom Queen: Okay!

cakreut12: Aren't we all? We all just like looking at Danneh :).

Chapter 1: The Guardian Revealed

June 25, 2004
Day 8 of Operation Roadtrip
Yep, only eight days.
Location: Who the heck knows?


Danny sleepily opened his eyes. He felt sluggish, as though he forgot how his legs worked. Before he could remember, he felt cold water on his face. He looked up, and saw a blurry outline of Susan.

"Wake up, Lazelo," she said, smirking at her pun. She was holding a bucket. "I thought you'd never come to. Guess you've never traveled by beam, eh?" She chuckled.

"Uh, duh," he said, trying to stand up. "Wait...Sam...Timmy...where are they?"

"Recovering," she said. "They got up before you did...but they're a lot more worn out. Heck, get that worried look off your face, they'll be okay. Your first beaming always requires about half an hour of rest between. Or, for you, three hours. Man, you must have been tired as all-out."

"Yeah, sure," Danny said, unable to stand up, but able to sit with considerable pain. "Why aren't you all like this?"

"Iv'e been beamed more times than I can count."

"Where are we?"

"You never run out of questions, do you? Yeah, all you do is talk talk talk..."


"Ugh, jeez! We're here."

"Where's here?"

"The Guardian's place! Nice, ain't it?" She looked around. The place was a white room, odd runes were on the walls.

"I guess," Danny said, wincing as he stood up. "So...where's this Guardian person?"

"She will see you with the others. They're in that room." She pointed to a door that blended perfectly with the wall. "I'll go get her."

Danny didn't answer. He just ran. He burst through the door. As he did, two familliar color opposites rushed to him.

"Danny!" Timmy said, hugging his leg. "I thought you got lost!"

"Susan said that might have happened," Sam said, standing there, trying to look calm. Her arms looked like they were trying their hardest not to death-hug him. "You just missed by about five yards." She smiled a pained smile.

"Well, I'm just glad you're all okay," he said, putting a hand on Sam's shoulder. "You are okay, right?"

"Well, Tucker almost lost his nose, but otherwise, you're right," Sam said.

"Ha, Tucker lost his nose. Funniest thing I've heard all day. Anyway...Susan told me that the Guardian's coming in about five minutes."

"That gives us plenty of time," Sam said.

"For what?"

She blinked. "I don't know, I just wanted to say that." Of course, while they were talking, five minutes had passed.Everyone gasped as the door creaked slowly open.

"Hello, Roadtrip Crew," a kind, familliar voice said. The door came fully open, and forward stepped...Susan.

But she didn't look that much like Susan. Her hair was brown, for one thing. Her kimono-outfit had changed to regular shirt-and-pants. She had a delighted look on her face, that was at the same time nervous and strained. "How's it goin?"

Danny raised an eyebrow. "Susan? Hah, very funny. Where's the real Guardian?"

Susan chuckled, which turned into laughing.

"Yes, yes, we're masters of comedy," Jimmy said, "Now, tell them, Susan."

"Sorry, Jimmy," she said, "But it's just so funny...you guys should have figured it out from the start! I gave it to you on a siver platter when I gave you my name!" She got a paper and pen out of nowhere and wrote her name:


"Now, watch this." She wrote some stuff on the paper, then showed it to them. "See? It's an anagram. Know what they are?"

Everyone slapped their foreheads. This is what the paper said:


"And the wierd thing is, that's actually my name. Wierd coincidence, huh?" She tried to look innocent, but the congregation was far from forgiving- far from it, they looked angry.

"Son of a gun!" Wanda said, surprised. "So that means..."

"Yeparoonies!" Susan said. "I wasn't searching for the Guardian. Neither were you. I'm not her friend-you can't really be friends with yourself. You never had to search. She was always there...as me. I am the Guardian Stargirl IV of Eternity."

"But please, call me Susan."

Wow, BAAD place to leave off. -SP

And that was the anagram answer. Taa daa.