Disclaimer: I own Jareth! … ah haaa… April Fools! I don't own him or anyone else from Labyrinth. … (cries)

Summary: It's that age old tale where Sarah is a healthy college student with many friends, mountains of homework and a Goblin King who comes to announce she's been wished away.

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Welcome Home

By Kadasa Mori

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Brushing out long brunette locks, she shook her head, feeling the smooth strands fall into place around her. Blinking bright emerald eyes she grinned and winked, blowing her reflection a kiss.

"Sarah dear, stop flirting with your reflection."

Turning to glare at her roommate, Sarah Williams crossed her arms. "You shouldn't talk Erin! You do it every day!"

Weary eyes of the same shade met Sarah's. "Not with my mirror. I flirt with my boyfriend… you know, an actual human being." She tugged on one of her brown curls as she turned back to her textbook.

Sarah scowled and spun back around, tugging on clothes and looking over herself. "I flirt with actual humans."

"No you don't."

"Yes I do."

"No you really don't."

"Yes I really do!"

"No."

"Yes."

"No."

"Yes."

"No Sarah. You don't. And I need to finish studying so please go do whatever it is you were going to do before I scolded you for flirting with yourself in the mirror."

"Fine!" Tossing her nose in the air she grabbed her keys and wallet, shoved them in her pockets and stomped out. Erin raised an eyebrow, staring at the door. Exactly twelve seconds later, the door flew open. "And I was not flirting with my mirror image!!"

"Whoa! What were you doing Williams?" came a voice down the hall.

"Shut up Casey!!" The door slammed shut and Erin smirked, turning back to her studying.

Sarah meanwhile had to convince four people who'd heard the shout, which she failed at doing, then stomped out of the dormitory, headed for her friend's house off campus for a movie night.

Scowling darkly, she took a shortcut through the park, enjoying the slight wind and warmer temperatures that the freezing cold it had been last week. A soft 'hoot' made her turn. Her heart stopped beating as she spotted a creamy barn owl seated in the low branches of a nearby tree.

I'll see you soon Sarah… a smooth voice echoed through her mind.

Gasping, Sarah turned to run away and ran straight into Casey from the dorms. "Ouch! Damn it. Watch where you're going Williams."

"Sorry Myers. What do you want?"

"Was on my way out. Silvana just wanted me to make sure you weren't flirting with your reflection in the pond."

Sarah growled darkly and cursed her roommate to hell once again. "Thanks. I'm fine." Casey grinned and saluted her then skipped off. Sarah sighed angrily and glanced back over her shoulder. Seeing no owl, she shook her head and hurried towards her friend's home.

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"Lucy I'm home," Sarah sighed as she opened the dorm room door. She turned, the curly haired brunette nowhere to be seen. Raising an eyebrow she pulled her keys out and tossed them onto her desk, wallet beside them. As she turned further to pull out a comfier shirt she found a note taped to her mirror.

Sarah, went out with my REAL LIVING HUMAN boyfriend to flirt the night away. Be back late. Sorry in advance if I wake you up. Try not to spend the hours flirting with your reflection. I would rather like to study tomorrow instead of having you giggling at yourself every few minutes. Erin

Snarling, Sarah bunched up the paper and tossed it in the garbage. If I hadn't wished Toby away I would so wish Erin away and leave her there… She flopped onto her bed and scowled. Maybe I'd steal her from Jareth and send her to the fierys… hm…

As she pondered her roommate's demise, she slowly faded to sleep.

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BAM!

Sarah groaned, rolling over in her bed. "Erin… shuddup. I'm sleeping…" When no one snorted or sent back a sarcastic 'then why are you speaking?' she frowned. Opening her eyes slowly and looking around the brightly lit room, she realized it wasn't her room and sat up quickly.

Sliding out of bed she found herself still wearing the jeans and tee shirt she'd been wearing to bed. Her shoes were right beside the bed and she quickly pulled them on. Padding out of the room she found a stone hallway. She glanced left… then right… left again before heading right. Her shoes made soft echoing noises as they smacked the stone.

The windows showed a beautiful sunny day and she frowned. Erin had to have known she was gone by now… hopefully she'd reported it. A sudden clash to her left made her shriek and spin quickly finding a large oak door glaring at her. The door beckoned her to open it.

She slowly walked over and bit her lip then hesitantly grabbed the handle. Fueling her resolve she took a deep breath and threw the door open. Sound flooded the chamber and she gasped. Inside goblins raced about, the room a total disaster and a familiar blond lounging on a golden throne on the opposite side of the room.

Sarah took two steps into the room and he spotted her, a slow smirk growing on his features. He stood and all of the goblins stopped to turn and look at him. "Everyone," he spoke smoothly and motioned to Sarah. "Please welcome the newest addition to the underground."

Sarah twitched. "What?!"

Jareth smirked wickedly. "Why my dear… it seems as though you've been wished away."

Sarah's shoulder twitched. "WHAT?!" she screamed. "BY WHO?!"

"A young woman by the name of Erin for annoying her when she had to study."

"What?! Well is she running the labyrinth?!"

"No. She had to study."

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Meanwhile aboveground and lounging on her bed in the dorm, Erin shuddered as she felt a murderous intent hit her. She looked around quickly then locked the windows and doors and lay back down, going back to the game on her computer.

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"You've been here for fourteen hours… you are now a permanent addition to the underground." He smirked wickedly. "Welcome home Sarah."

Hoggle watched the brunette scream and rant, kicking the wall furiously and random goblins when they got in the way. He turned to look at Jareth who smirked wickedly, lounging in his throne and watching all of this in a sadistic pleasure.

"So… when are ya gonna tell her it's April Fools?"

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Author's Note: So I realized it was April Fools day and because nothing really awesome happened and I should be studying for my Russian test I decided, hey what the heck! I'll write a Labyrinth oneshot. So here it is! … poor Sarah XDD

Kadasa Mori