A/N Drum roll please. Ladies and gentlemen. Writers and Readers. I give to you, the absolute final, last chapter of Crazy Kisses! Enjoy

Crazy Kisses

Chapter 9- Tomorrow

"Common Sunshine." Chad said gleefully as he and Sonny walked into Condor Studios Tuesday morning. Chad had showed up bright and early at Sonny's house to pick her up, he wanted to make sure that he got all he could out of this reward.

"You know, if you were a nice person you wouldn't make me do this." Sonny complained as she walked beside Chad. "Knowing you though, you probably told everyone in the studio to say those words when they see us."

"You know what Sonny?" Chad stopped and smirked at his girlfriend. Sonny sighed and quickly pecked Chad on the lips. "This is gonna be a good day." He smiled and then continued with his point. "Anyway, I'm glad to know me well enough to know that's exactly what I did." Chad laughed at the wide-eyed expression on Sonny's face.

"Please tell me your joking."

"Sorry Sunshine." Chad smirked.

"Alright. That settles it. I'm going home before you make me embarrass myself even more." Sonny tried to turn around and run out the door but Chad grabbed her arm.

"Your not going anywhere Sonny." Once again Sonny quickly kissed him.

"Well if I can't go home then I'm staying away from you." Sonny turned on the spot and marched down the hall towards her dressing room.

"See ya later Sunshine!" Chad called after her retreating form.


Chad chuckled and continued down the hall towards his own dressing room. Not going after her because even Chad Dylan Cooper knew when his girlfriend needed to be left alone.

The rest of Sonny's morning was bittersweet. From staying away from her boyfriend she wasn't forced to kiss him every time someone said her name. Yet on the other hand, she hadn't seen or kissed Chad since she had stormed off that morning.

"Miss Monroe." Sonny heard as she walked through the doors of the cafeteria during her lunch break. She whirled around to see her boss, Mr. Condor, along with his usual assortment of business type people.

"H-hello sir." Sonny stuttered, slightly scared. Mr. Condor had been on a war path lately, firing people and canceling shows left and right.

"I need to talk to you." Mr. Condor ignored Sonny's stuttering.

"What about sir?" Sonny asked as she followed her boss towards an open table.

"A casting director wants me to set him up with a young, talented actor who is easy to work with. You seem to have a good read of people so I wanted to ask your opinion on the actor I chose." Mr. Condor sat down and gestured to Sonny to do the same.

"Of course Sir. Who'd you have in mind?" Just as the words came out of Sonny's mouth she felt a hand on her shoulder. She looked up to see the smiling face of Chad.

"Mr. Condor, my man." Chad looked worriedly between his boss and his girlfriend. "What are you two talking about? Hopefully not canceling everyone's favorite comedy show. Because that would be such a shame and a waste of-"

"We are discussing casting options." Mr. Condor cut Chad off. He then turned to Sonny. "So what do you think of Mr. Chad Dylan Cooper here? Think he's easy enough to get along with?" Sonny was about to answer when she heard Chad quietly snickering above her. She looked up and caught his eye, wondering why on earth he would break into a laughing fit in front of their boss. Suddenly, she remembered the bet and what happens when someone says Chad's full name.

"I am completely and hopelessly in love with Chad Dylan Cooper." Sonny blushed at her own words. Her blush deepened at the confused look on Mr. Condor's face.

"Alright. I'll be sure to take that into consideration. Thank you. Good day you two." Mr. Condor said as he rose up from his seat. He exited the room quickly, his business posse materializing around him. Chad took his hand off of Sonny's shoulder and took Mr. Condor's previously occupied seat, still laughing slightly.

"I hate you." Sonny said crossing her arms, still embarrassed.

"You love me Sunshine." Chad said with certainty.

"I'm never kissing you again." Sonny changed tactics. Chad took one look at his girlfriend and smirked.

"Wanna bet?"

A/N Annnnnnnnnnnnnd it's done. Officially. Over. Gone. Good-bye. This chapter is really short but I got across what I wanted to so it's all good. And I left it open for a sequel lol.