After R and Julie got married, they decided to take a look around the chapel.

They stopped, when they saw a painting of a boat.

"This is a beautiful painting!" Julie said.

"It's all right!" R said.

As Julie looked at the painting for a while she noticed something odd about it.

"It looks like it's moving!" Julie said.

"It must be your imagination!" R said.

Then, from out of nowhere, a bunch of water was filling up the room.

"What's happening?" Julie asked.

"I don't know!" R said.

Then, before they knew it, the room was filled up with water.

When they reached the surface, they discovered a ship.

Then, a bunch of people saw them and pulled them onto the ship.

"Are you two alright!" one of the crew members asked.

"We're fine, but where the hell are we?" R asked.

"You're in Narnia! My name is Lucy Pevensie, by the way!" the crew member said.

"Narnia? Is that on the map?" R asked.

"No, this is a magical place!" Lucy said.

"I don't believe in magic!" R said.

"This coming from someone who used to be a zombie!" Julie said.

"Shh! Don't let them no that!" R said.

"Why should I, it's not like they're gonna kill us, R!" Julie said.

"Don't let them know our names, Julie!" R said.

"So you're names are Julie and R, it's very nice to meet you two!" Lucy said.

"Did she just say that you used to be a zombie?" another crew member asked.

"Yeah, but once I fell in love, my heart started beating again!" R told them.

"I didn't know zombies could fall in love!" Lucy said.

"By the way, I'm Edmund, Lucy's older brother!" the other crew member said.

"So what are we looking for?" R asked.

"We heard there were a lot of walking skeletons showing up in different places!" Edmund told them.

"You mean, there are bonies here too?" R asked.

"Is that what you call them?" Lucy asked.

"Yeah, they'll eat anything with a heartbeat!" R told them.

"So, there like zombies?" Edmund asked.

"No, we're more conflicted about it!" R said.

Soon enough they were on shore and looking everywhere for the bonies.

The bonies were looking for them, too.

When they spotted them, they got ready to attack at any moment.