I put my head in my hands. This was so not happening.
"Alice," I implored desperately. "You can paint my nails. You can dress me up in whatever you want. I'll wear everything pink you own. Just please, please don't make me watch that movie."
She grinned, dancing lightly over to the TV with a remote in her tiny hand. "It's educational, Bella."
"I'm the last person that needs to be further educated," I muttered, glowering at her as she hit play. A large black-and white image rose to the screen, and I buried my head in my pillow. I felt the couch move slightly as Alice sat down next to me, humming happily to the opening credits. This was going to be so, so awkward.
"What's going on?" a huge male voice boomed, and I looked up to see Emmett stride into the room. He looked at the TV and did a double take. "You're watching that?" he exclaimed. "I love this movie!" With a leap, he crashed onto the sofa in between us, the popcorn spilling onto the floor and my pink pillow squashed underneath him.
"Hey!" Alice exclaimed, pulling her legs out from under him in annoyance. "This is a girl slumber party!"
"What girl slumber party wouldn't be improved by a hot guy like me?" Emmett asked, waggling his eyebrows suggestively.
"Bella and I were going to have some important girl talk! We have some serious issues to discuss!" Alice said. I gulped, wondering what issues she had in mind …
Emmett looked at her incredulously. "Girl talk? While watching this movie?"
Alice put her hands on her hips. "Well, with you around, we won't get to watch this movie at all!"
"I'll be quiet," Emmett said quickly, looking apprehensive.
Alice tried to push him off the sofa with her tiny hands, but he didn't budge. "No, you won't," she insisted. "You always imitate the actors at the good parts!"
He grinned guiltily. "I just add a little excitement."
"No, you don't!"
"Come on, my imitation of The Little House on the Prairie was the bomb …"
Alice's eyes narrowed. "If you don't get off in five seconds, I'm going to tell Rose what happened in '86."
Emmett's eyes widened. "You wouldn't."
"Wouldn't I?" Alice arched an eyebrow threateningly.
"Hey, guys," I cut in meekly. "Let's not argue. I, erm, really don't mind if Emmett stays." The movie couldn't get much worse anyways.
He grinned at Alice triumphantly. "See?"
"Fine, then," Alice said a little huffily. "We'll do our girl talk tomorrow," she promised.
"Right," I said apprehensively.
Emmett picked up the popcorn and put it back into the bowl, and with a huge tug I pulled my pillow out from under him. Alice turned up the volume of the opening scene and hugged her arms around her skinny knees, leaning her head on the massive shoulder of her big brother.
A bloodcurdling scream echoed from the TV, and I blushed.
"Comedy is my favorite," Alice said, grinning obliviously.
"I always loved Dracula," Emmett said contentedly.
A/N: I had this random, awkward idea, and HAD to write it. I love the brother/sister interaction with Alice and Emmett. This also gave me the idea to do a "girl talk" story with Alice and Bella, so that should be out sometime soon.
A lot of my stuff are on hold right now because I need to get my hands on a copy of Twilight to check some facts, but after the holidays I should have a longer one about Alice finding the truth about her past posted.
Please review if you liked this :)