Epilogue

"Gregory give me my magazine back!" shouted Anna. She has become very interested in fashion and had all the major magazines. Gregory liked to take them and irk her.

"Come Gregory, grow up," said Rowena from the doorway.

"What's going on?" asked Rudolph stopping at the door way as well and looking in.

"Gregory is being an ass," said Rowena rolling her eyes.

"What else is new?" asked Tony walking by and into Rudolph's room.

"I'm in charge so I will do what I want," he said before throwing Anna's magazine on her bed.

"Sometimes I feel like I'm more mature than you," said Rowena as she moved aside for Gregory to leave.

"That's because you are," said Rudolph who ducked his brother's attack and ran to his room. They were the only ones at the Sackville-Bagg residence. The parents went on a golfing retreat and Gregory was in charge but really they would only listen to Rowena. They were all teenagers now and not much had changed. Anna still liked Tony but it was only a little crush, Gregory was still dark and depressed, and Rowena was still Rudolph's 'mon lapin' but they were past 'strange friends' they had been dating for a year now.

Anna grabbed her magazine and added it back to her stack before walking over to Rowena and they left her room.

"Movie time," said Rowena to Tony and Rudolph. That was the only thing she was letting Gregory do, he got to pick the movie. He picked Silence of the Lambs. Anna complained but Rowena had to silence here. Giant bowls of popcorn prepared they all sat around the living room and watched the movie. Halfway through, they ran out of popcorn so Rowena and Rudolph restocked.

While waiting for the popcorn to pop, Rowena sat on top of the counter and Rudolph stopped in front of her and placed his hands on either side of her.

"Are you sure you want to sleep in Anna's room? I'm sure she would mind switching you for Tony," he said.

"I'm sure," she said smirking at his attempts.

"Fine, but you owe me," he said moving away.

"Oh really. I do?" she asked crossing her arms.

"Yes," he said looking at the popcorn.

"Hmm, I guess I can do that," she said.

"But I have to say how," he said turning back around.

"You do? But don't you want it to be a surprise?" she asked leaning closer to him.

"Nope," he said.

"You sure?" she asked.

"Ye-" he started to say before she grabbed the front of his shirt and pulled him into a kiss. When they pulled back he smiled and she smirked.

"Still sure?" she asked.

"Yes," he said, "but that was quite nice."

"Lapin nice?" she asked.

"You are way beyond a rabbit now, you're like a lioness. But I'm still going to call you mon lapin, because you still scrunch you're shoulders up and it reminds me of a rabbit," he said and pulled the popcorn out.

"Well then, I'm still going to refer to us as strange friends," she said taking one bag and dumping into her empty bowl.

"Fine by me," he said taking his bowl into the living room.

That night, it took for ever for everyone to fall asleep, but when they did it was where they were in the living room, which meant Tony and Anna on the floor, Rudolph and Rowena on the couch, and Gregory hanging off of the love seat. I guess Rudolph got what he wanted all alone, but Rowena didn't mind because she would do anything for the guy, except admit that.

The end.

A/n: Not very long but I wanted to show where they all stood in the future, basically still friends but at each other's throats like any good group of friends would be.

That's it, I hope you all enjoyed the story and how my oc was in no way, shape, or form related to Tony Thompson. Please review and check out my future stories.

-Charlotte