This was originally a oneshot that I was creating for my collection of family oneshots I've named, Family Time, but it sort of evolved into this story, I hope you enjoy it. I do not own any of these characters.

"Uh oh," said Gohan as he looked at his history test.

"What is it?" Videl asked curiously. He showed her the page and she flinched. "Yikes!" The big, red F on the paper seemed to stare right back at her.

"I know, I'm a dead man."

"How did this happen?"

"I was up really late last night with you when I should have been studying," he replied, teasing her with fake anger. She pressed her lips to his in a long passionate kiss that he wasn't expecting. It seemed to last forever until a passing teacher told them to break it up.

"What was that for?" he asked as a big, goofy, grin spread across his face.

"I wanted to kiss you one last time before you died," she replied jokingly, his smile faded instantly, she loved ruining the moment for her boyfriend.

Gohan looked down on the city below him as he flew as slow as was possible on his way home, wondering if he should drop to the street now and beat his mom to the punch, or let her enjoy his death. The depressed teen felt a slight tug on his leg, and heard a giggle as he felt himself being pulled towards the ground. He looked down to see Videl with a bright smile on her face, pulling him closer and closer to the earth.

"What are you doing?" he asked confused.

"Making sure you have something nice to look back on when your life flashes before your eyes."

"You're a terrible person, ya know that?"

"That is a very mean thing to say to your girlfriend who simply wanted to make your day a little bit better," she replied with the puppy dog face that she knew got to him.

Ten minutes later, after several long and enjoyable kisses, Gohan set off to face his doom.

"Hi Gohan! How was school?"

"Good mom," he lied through his teeth.

Once he was in his room, he ran his fingers through his dark hair, feeling the rustle of it against his soft skin as he tried to come up with a way to keep the grade a secret. He wandered out of his room to train with his father.

"Gohan! Have you seen my Hercule action figure?" Goten entered the room that he and Gohan shared, finding it empty. "I need the action figure for when I sleep over at Trunks'," he murmured to himself, as if he were speaking to his older brother. The boy looked throughout the room, under his pillow, in his closet, on top of the desk, and in Gohan's backpack, where he found a far more interesting item than a simple action figure. As a sly grin appeared on the nine-year-old's face, he pocketed the item and continued the search.

Gohan returned to his room after a long afternoon of training, a huge dinner with his parents (Goten was already at Trunks'), and an hour-long conversation on the phone with Videl, Gohan was ready to do his homework and fall asleep. He looked through the backpack for his assignments when he noticed an extremely important paper missing. Gohan rocketed out of the room to the kitchen where he found his mother doing dishes.

"You didn't touch my backpack, did you mom?"

"No, why?" she asked, wondering if there was something he needed to tell her. Picking up on her suspicion, Gohan came up with a quick answer.

"It was just in a different spot from where I left it is all," he replied nervously. He returned to his room where he sat on the side of his bed, cradling his head in his hands. He knew that he was destroyed if his mother somehow were to find it.

Meanwhile, Goten sat in Trunks' huge room, pulling out the paper that Gohan so desperately wanted right then.

"Oh wow!" Trunks exclaimed with one look at the paper.

"I know!" Goten agreed, his brother was always so good at school.

"You know what you have to do with it don't ya?" Trunks asked with a gleam in his eyes.