"And that's how it all went down," Frost said after elaborating on the events of the day.

"Incredible. All that happened," Rocket asked.

"It did. Unfortunately, we can't reverse any of it because the circuit board of the EEG got fried. Without a replacement circuit board, Sally can't get back into her own body and I can't get back into mine," Blaze said.

"Is that all you need? A replacement circuit board? That's it?"

"Pretty much," Sally answered.

"I can get that easily," Rocket said.

"Really? How can you," Frost asked.

"Thunder, you got any notebooks that I can use?"

"Of course I do. I'll get one for you," Thunder said before going over to a drawer. He returned with a notebook for Rocket to use.

"Thank you. I'll need this to make a replacement circuit board. I'm also gonna need an iron, a photocopier, some toner, some aluminium foil, the parts from the old circuit board, and some acid," Rocket said, listing the necessities for the project.

"I don't know what you're up to, but I probably shouldn't question your methods."

"And well you shouldn't, Frost. There is always a method to my madness." Thunder gathered all the objects necessary for making a replacement circuit board and Rocket did it all step by step.

"And there: a homemade circuit board. All there's left to do is to place all the parts from the fried circuit board onto this one. We then place it in the EEG, hook Sally and Blaze up to it, and hope that they're put back into their own bodies," Rocket said.

"Hopefully," Blaze muttered before Rocket opened the top of the EEG and placed the homemade circuit board inside. Seconds later, Sally and Blaze were once again by the EEG, hoping that this time they would be switched back into their own bodies.

"Here's hoping you're placed back into your own bodies." Rocket then attached the electrodes to Sally's forehead and Blaze's forehead. He then activated the machine and waited for another surge like last time. It came and Sally's mind and Blaze's mind were switched again. Rocket pulled off the electrodes from both girls and waited for a sign they were back in their original bodies.

"Sally? Blaze? Are you back in your own bodies," he asked.

"Of course we are," Sally said.

"Good. I was worried there for a minute."

The next morning, Rocket and Blaze were on a cliff that was near New Mobotropolis, thinking about the events that had transpired the day before.

"So, are you still mad at me because of Sally did when she was in my body," Blaze asked.

"Not really, but I think we should spend some time apart. I just think it's for the best," Rocket responded.

"I think that's a good idea. We need to think about our relationship, Rocket."

"That's exactly what I was thinking, Blaze."

"Should we be getting back to New Mobotropolis," Blaze asked.

"We should," Rocket answered before he and Blaze started the journey back home. When they got back in, they were greeted by NICOLE materializing right in front of them.

"Welcome back, you two," she said.

"Hey, NICOLE."

"Hello, NICOLE."

"Nice to see you two again."

"NICOLE, do you know where Sally is," Rocket asked.

"She's in the castle," NICOLE responded.

"Thanks." Rocket then ran off to meet up with Sally and tell her all about the talk he and Blaze had.

"What's going on? Aren't you involved with Rocket, Blaze?"

"Not anymore. We're spending some time apart to evaluate our relationship," Blaze answered.

"So, you and Blaze are just spending some time apart?"

"Pretty much. I'm sure you can guess what that means," Rocket said.

"I do," Sally said before connecting her lips with Rocket. They kissed for three minutes before breaking apart for air.

"That was amazing, Sal."

"Thank you, Rocket. I just felt jealous because Blaze was always able to do that. I just wanted to do that once."

"Now you got your chance, darlin'," Rocket said.

"Yeah, I did," Sally said smiling.