Hey, everyone! Hellbunny here! *switches to GLaDOS voice* It's been a long time. How have you been? I've been really busy drawing. You know, after I got accepted into art school. Look, we both said a lot of things that I'm probably going to listen to. But I think I can start a new fanfiction. For Science. You monster.

Yes, Chell speaks in this. I have proof that she does speak, one of the writers said that she does she just chooses not to because she doesn't want to show GLaDOS that she's getting to Chell.


Chell was, for the first time in a long time, tired, although she had been asleep for an unknown length of time. She leaned against her Companion Cube and sighed sadly.

She thought of missing Wheatley as a guilty pleasure, and after all the stress had been through, the things she had seen, she deserved a little treat.

She missed the vibrance of his blue optic, his English accent and funny way of repeating instructions, the squeaking sound his long unoiled joints made when he rolled his eye around.

But most of all she missed his prescence. Now she was all alone, with nothing but her Companion Cube, a portal gun, and her overwhelming, unbelievable memories. She let the tears fall from her face, dripping on to her jumpsuit and the grass below, they glistened in the starlight like tiny diamonds.

She didn't bother to wipe them away from her face, after all, she was alone save for the Companion Cube, and it didn't have hands to wipe them away.

She began to stutter, then to wail. The wailing eventually evolved into a sort of half moaning, half singing, very crystalline sound.

She never allowed herself to cry in front of Wheatley or GLaDOS, she didn't have the luxury of showing them her emotions. This was the first time she had cried in a while, and it felt so good.

It was 5 minutes after she began to calm down that the voices came:

"Jake... Are you seeing what I'm seeing?"

"Yeah, bro, yeah. D'ya think we should go chat?"

"I dunno, she seems pretty upset."

"Something bad must've happened. All the more reason to go and talk. Plus, look: round ears! She's human, man!"

"Fine, fine."

Two figures came onto the clearing. One was lanky, the other looked like a fat dog standing up on its hind legs. Chell grasped the portal gun and watched them carefully.

"Uh, miss? It's ok, Miss, we won't hurt you." said the dog.

Chell's eyes widened in disbelief. What Wheatley said about her having brain damage was right.

"Yeah, Jake's totes friendly." said the boy, who had a strange hat on.

"Blee bla bloop!" said the dog, stretching in a circle.

Chell giggled a little at the cute, if pudgy, dog. If she was going crazy, she might as well roll with it. Then her sadness caught up with her and she burst into tears again.

"What's wrong?" said Finn.

"I-It's... t-t-t-t-t-terrrible! Everyone I know is...b-b-b... buh... b-b-b-b-b-b-buh..." Chell stammered.

It didn't take Finn long to realize that this lady was shell-shocked. Jake decided to ask her simpler questions instead.

"What's your name?" he asked.

In between sobs, Chell managed to stutter out something like, "It's...Ch-ch-ch...Chell. J-j-j-just... Chell."

"Where are you from?" asked Finn.

"A-Abperture Laboratories- *hic*" Chell managed to say.

"You... You got a place to stay?" asked Finn, patting Chell's back.

"No." Chell said, dabbing her eyes with a tissue Jake had given her.

"Dude, you can stay with us! I mean, if you want."

"Thabt soundbs great... By the way, what's your nambe?" asked Chell, getting up.

"Finn! Finn the human!" said Finn.