Don’t worry, it’s not as long. Though this is the author talking, not the switching point of view

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Part two

(Don’t worry, it’s not as long. Though this is the author talking, not the switching point of view.)

“So now what do we do?” asked Ash.

“Well,” said Misty, clinging onto Ash’s jacket collar, “You never did show me where that lake was…”

“Should we bring Pikachu and Togepi?” asked Ash, agreeing with the idea of taking her out the lake.

“Why not,” said Misty.

The four headed out. Brock stayed at Ash’s house, and run a couple of errands.

“Tokie tokie!” said Togepi to Misty.

“He wants his “Daddy” to hold him again,” said Misty.
“Daddy?” repeated Ash.

“I’m his mother, and you’re my boyfriend. Do the math,” she replied and handed out Togepi.

Ash laughed, and he held Togepi in his arms.

“Tokie tokie. Briiiiiiiiiii, (I don’t know. He needs practice.)” said Togepi to Misty.

“Togepi, you have a lot of spunk,” said Misty.

“Tokie? Tokie tokie. (Is that a good thing? I don’t know all these new words yet.)”

“What did he say?” asked Ash.

“He doesn’t know what spunk is,” said Misty, and she laid her arm on his shoulder.

“Oh. Well, we’re almost there,” said Ash making turn.

They entered a small park, then went deeper and came to a beautiful lake.

“Oh, it looks so romantic!” exclaimed Misty with her hands clutched together.

“I think there are a lot of water pokemon in there, did you bring your fishing rod?” asked Ash.

“Mmhmm. And, um, while we’re there, we can do something else,” said Misty grabbing Ash’s jacket collar.

“What do you mean?” asked Ash.

“How thick is your skull cubone-head?! Come on!”

“Pika!” said Pikachu in laughter.

They sat down, Togepi took a nap beside them and Pikachu explored the place.

Pikachu ran into the bushes to spy on Ash and Misty for a while. He could see through the gap between the twigs and leaves.

“So what was that ‘something else’ you were talking about?” said Ash.

Misty smiled and wrapped her right arm around Ash’s left shoulder, and they kissed.

They held the kiss as long as they could, which wasn’t long because of a motto that was too familiar.

“Prepare for trouble!”

“And make it double!”

“To protect the world from devastation!”

“To unite all peoples within our nation!”

“To denounce the evils of truth and love!”

“To extend our reach to the stars above!”



“Team Rocket, blast of at the speed of light!”

“Surrender now or prepare to fight!”

“Meowth! That would be correct!”

Yes, the notorious Team Rocket, in the flesh.

“Alright kid, hand over all your precious pokemon!” ordered Jessie.

“You too, little girl,” said James.

“You always know how to break a special moment! Can’t you see we’re busy!” yelled Misty.

“Now is the perfect time! Now hand them over!” screamed Jesse.

“And you think we’re just going to give them to you like that?” said Ash sarcastically.

“Fine, if you want to do it the hard way…” said Jessie.

“Hard way? How hard is it to beat those stupid pokemon, Arbok and Weezing?” exclaimed Misty.

“Ahh, but we have a secret weapon! Go, Pikachu!” they both said at once, and they threw a pokeball.

“Pika?” wondered Pikachu, who came out from the bushes.

“Pikachu, you’re the only one here, get ready to fight!” said Ash.

Pikachu looked at the other pikachu and it was love at first site.

“Pikachu, take care of that one we’ve been going after,” ordered Jessie to James and her Pikachu.

“Piiika,” said Team Rocket’s pikachu and she shook her head, not willing to fight.

“Pikachu, thundershock,” ordered Ash.

“Chu,” he said and shook his head.

“What do you mean?” asked Ash.

“I’m your trainer, obey me!” ordered Jessie.

Misty stared wide-eyed at the two Pikachu. They were smiling at each other, and they had subtle dreamy look.

“Awe, I think they like each other,” said Misty with her hands clutched behind her back.

“Huh?” they all said to Misty.

“I think they like each other, and won’t fight them,” stated Misty.

“You rotten pikachu!” yelled James, “We caught you! Why don’t you obey us!?”

“Pika,” she replied and trotted to Ash’s pikachu.

“Pika?” said Ash’s pikachu and his smile got bigger.



They both happily rubbed their cheeks together, and bits of electricity flew out. It gave a new meaning to the fraise “sparks flew”.

“Grrr… you stupid pokemon!” Jessie marched up to her pokemon.

“Don’t interfere with a pokemon’s love life!” screamed Misty, “Misty calls Staryu!” she threw out her pokeball.

Though again, her phyduck came out.

“Haven’t you learned who you are! Now go back!” she said and pushed back Phyduck if it came over. “Staryu, water gun Team Rocket!”

“Hya!” it replied and shot a water gun at Team Rocket.

“Team Rocket’s blasting of agaaaaaaiiiiiiinnn! *bing*”

“Piiiikaaaa,” said Team Rocket’s pikachu sadly.

“Oh, don’t worry about them. They shouldn’t treat you like that,” said Misty, hugging the pikachu.

“Pika!” she said and licked Misty’s face. She set Pikachu down in front of the other.

“You could be my Pikachu, but you already have trainers,” said Misty.

“Pikachu,” it said sadly.

Misty smiled. “Okay, go on now. You can visit us any time!”

“Pika!” said Ash’s pikachu.

“Pika!” she replied, and went back into the bushes.

“Think we should go back?” asked Ash.

“Yes, but first I need to finish what I started,” she said and kissed him again.

The next day, Ash woke up to the smell of breakfast. It was Sunday, and nothing was planned.

He stuffed his face with pancakes, all covered in syrup. He heard two sets of footsteps galloping down.

“So everybody finally woke up?” said Ash’s mom, setting down plates of pancakes.

“Ooh, pancakes!” squealed Misty and she took huge bites out of her breakfast.

“Piiikaaaa,” sighed Pikachu, nibbling on his pokemon food.

“What’s wrong, Pikachu? You miss her already?” asked Ash.

He nodded his head.

“Who’s ‘her’?” asked Ash’s mom.

“Just… another pikachu,” replied Ash and he took his last bite of the pancakes.

He headed back up to his room for who knows what.

All of a sudden, Brock stood up. “I, umm… have to go back home…” he said.

“What do you mean?” asked Misty.

“Well, I wish I could stay, but I need to go back to Pewter, and fulfill my goal, to be the world’s best breeder,” he said softly.

Misty smiled and frowned at the same time… if that’s genetically possible. “It’ll never be the same without you… but I’m sure Ash and I have kept you cooped up long enough,” she replied.

“Yes, and thank you for running those errands for me. Here, for all your hard work,” said Ash’s mom and she gave him a few dollars.

He went back up to his room to pack.

When Misty was done with her breakfast, she set her plate on the kitchen sink and went upstairs. She knocked gently on Ash’s door.

“Yeah?” she heard a muffled voice.

“It’s me, can I come in for a sec?” replied Misty.

“Um… hold on!”… “Okay, you can come in,” said Ash and he opened his door.

“Brock is leaving,” said Misty quietly.

“What do you mean?”

“He needs to go back to his own home and try to become a famous breeder,” replied Misty.

“He has? Well… I guess he should. We must have been holding him down quite long enough,” said Ash.

She nodded, “Why don’t you go say goodbye before he goes,” she said.

“Oh… okay,” he said and left his room.

Misty took a glance at Ash’s room. The place was filled with pokemon stuff. She noticed his bed looked a little lumpy, like something was under the cover. She walked up and pressed her fingers against on of the higher lumps. It was hard and rounded. She decided not to see what it really was, and just went into her room.

Ash went into his room, and looked around, to make sure nobody was there. He walked to his bed and took the covers off, and on his mattress was a shiny, new, green bike, which he bought for Misty. He lifted it up and onto the floor, then took a light pink ribbon and tied it on.

“I sure hope Misty likes it. It took me all year to save the money for it,” he said and blew out a puff of air.

Misty clutched Togepi in her arms, just sitting on her bed.

“*Sigh* It’s so boring. There’s nothing to do,” said Misty and she sighed again.

Togepi hopped out from her arms and got into his little bed to take a nap.

Misty got up and went out of her room, and knocked once again on Ash’s door.

“Come in!” he said.

Misty opened the door, timidly.

“Yeah?” asked Ash, who had hid the bike in a better spot than before.

“Sorry to bother you, but isn’t there anything to do around here? It’s just kind of… boring.”

Ash shrugged, “It’s always sort of boring, I guess I should have told you that sooner. I just used to just lounge around the house all day, but that’s something you may not want to do.”

“Um… well, I’ll just go for a walk… do you want to come?” asked Misty.

“Hmm,” Ash rolled his eyes to an upper corner, thinking, “Okay,” he said.

Misty brought Togepi along, and Ash had Pikachu at his side, as the walked around the block.

Togepi enjoyed the small bumps and rumbles as he rode in Misty’s backpack. He liked riding along with Misty, and happily laughed and squealed.

Ash wrapped his arm around Misty’s waist and she rested her head on his shoulder. The happy couple crossed the street, not noticing the four pairs of eyes watching.

Yes, it was Team Rocket and their pikachu, who would never hurt Ash’s pikachu.

“We’ll get all their pokemon if it’s the last thing we do,” said Jessie.

“There’s something different about them,” said James.

“What do you mean?”

“How often do you see the boy and girl hugging and kissing?”

“Team Rocket doesn’t go around asking people about their love life! We steal people’s pokemon!” scowled Jessie.

“Piiiikaaaa,” said Pikachu sadly, wishing she didn’t belong to Team Rocket.

She watched Ash’s pikachu, walking along with the rest of the group, and sighed.

They walked past the bush Team Rocket was hiding in. They were about to shout out their motto when they heard a voice.

“Hey! Get off my front lawn!” shouted a man’s voice.

“Huh?” they turned to see the owner of the land.

“Will you please go to your own home!?”

“Ahehe…” they sped off around a public building, which happened to be a convenient ice cream store.

“Hey, why don’t we get some ice cream!” said Ash, as they saw the store.

“Sure!” said Misty and they walked in.

“Okay, lets get their pokem-aah!” said James, but he was pulled back by Jessie.

“We can’t do that in public! Somebody will call the police… again,” said Jessie.

Ash looked over the different flavors. Each one looked good.

“Umm… I’ll take rocky road,” he said to the clerk.

“And what will you like, miss?” asked the clerk.

“I’ll take vanilla,” replied Misty.

“Pika pi!” shouted Pikachu.

“And umm… that ketchup ice cream,” added Ash.

(*Now how did that get there? Too late now…*)

“Haha. Nobody ever buys that flavor. Cup or cone for your ice cream, sir?”

Ash looked at Misty. She shrugged. “Cup.”

“Okay, that will be 5 dollars,” said the clerk, and Ash paid.

Ash and Misty walked out. Pikachu had his own little cup of ketchup ice cream (who came up with that flavor? It must be terrible!) and Misty gave a little spoonful to Togepi.

Team Rocket’s pikachu stuck his head out to Ash’s pikachu.

“Pika?” Pikachu sensed something and turned his head around.

“Pika!” she said and waved her tail.

“Pikachu! Pika!” he ran over to her.

“Hey, Pikachu, what are you doing?” asked Ash and he ran after Pikachu.

They saw Team Rocket and their pikachu.

“Hey, it’s Team Rocket!” cried out Misty.

“Wha?” they said, and quickly jumped up.

“*Ahem* Prepare for trouble!”

“Make it double!”

“To protect the world from devastation!”

“To unite all peoples within our nation!”

“To denounce the evils of truth and love!”

“To extend our reach to the stars above!”



“Team Rocket blast off at the speed of light!”

“Surrender now, or prepare to fight!”

“Meowth! That’s right!”

Ash and Misty raised an eyebrow. What a time to recite their motto- right after they see each other.

There was a crowd gathered around the commotion and yelling. A couple of quarters and nickels were thrown to them as if they were performing for money.

“How dare you insult Team Rocket like that!” Jessie shot up a fist.

Ash and Misty started laughing at the scene, as did Togepi.

“Pika pi pikachu pika. (Now I really wish I weren’t in Team Rocket.)”

“What did you say!” shouted out both Jessie and James.

“Pika!” she cowered and curled up into a tight ball of fear.

“Pikachu! Pika-CHUUUUU!” Ash’s pikachu thunder bolted Team Rocket for scaring their own pokemon. “Pika?” he tapped on her shoulder.

“Chu?” an ear twitched and TR’s pikachu looked up, “Pika!” she said with joy and somehow managed her short arms around him.

“Awe, that’s so sweet!” squealed Misty.

(*Is it us, or does Misty really like romantic scenes?*)

“Pikachu, thundershock!” yelled James after waking up from the thunderbolt.

“Chu!” she shook her head.

“Even if we have a pikachu we still can’t win!” shrieked James.

“It doesn’t matter weather it’s a pikachu or not!” said Misty, stepping in between Pikachu and Team Rocket. “How small is your brain!? She doesn’t want to fight because she’s in love!”

“Pika pi! Pika, chu pika pi pika pika chu pika! (She’s right! Besides, I don’t want to sink down to Team Rocket!)”

“Grrr… you both are really getting on my nerves!” screamed Jessie.

“Go, Starmie!” yelled Misty.

Though she left her Phyduck at home, as not to get in the way.

“Haaa!” said Starmie in his dual voice.

“Starmie, hydro pump!”

“Haaa!” it replied and shot out a strong jet of water at Team Rocket.

“Team Rocket’s blasting off agaaaaaaaaaiiiiiiiiiinnn…! *bing*”

“By, Team Rocket! Don’t come back any time!” said Misty, waving her hand goodbye.

“Pi, ka pi pika. Pikachu pika! (Well, I’m leaving them. I hate Team Rocket!)” she said, “Pika pi chu? (Can I be with you?” she asked Misty.

“Mmhmm! Sure!” she replied.

“Since when did you start beating Team Rocket?” asked Ash.

“Since they were so mean to my new pikachu!” she replied, hugging Pikachu.

“Tokie! Briiiiiiiiiii!” said Togepi happily.

“I thought you only trained water pokemon.”

She shrugged, “I said I wanted to become a pokemon trainer when I left the gym, I never said what kind of trainer.”

“Well, lets get back, my feet are starting to hurt,” said Ash and they walked back to his house.

*ahem, meanwhile…*
“AAAAAAAAH! Oof!” Team Rocket landed somewhere around the edge of a city. The first thing they saw was a pair of dark shoes.

“Hmm, never thought I’d see you three again. Maybe you’d win if you caught some new pokemon, or got more experience on that Arbok and Weezing,” they heard a voice and saw Alex looking down at them.

She hopped over the soaking wet Rocket members and walked off with her Jigglypuff.
*Sorry, we can’t resist a cameo stuck in somewhere in a story! I think it’s time for us to get to the point of this fanfiction…*
Ash and Misty came home to see a small note on the front door.

“There was an emergency and I had to go to work today. Be back around 11:00 PM,” read Ash. “…PS: Lunch is on the table, I hope you like it.”

He turned the knob open and they walked inside. Misty set down Togepi, who now had both of the Pikachus to play with.

They went to the kitchen table and saw four plates of food. Two were for Pikachu and Togepi, the others were for Ash and Misty.

“Mmm! Sushi!” squealed Misty and she immediately sat down in a chair.

“Pika… pi?” wondered Misty’s pikachu, for she didn’t see any food for her.

“Pikachu chu, pika,” said Ash’s pikachu and he offered half his food to her.

“Pika!” she said happily and took a bite out of her food.

“Chaaa,” he got a ketchup bottle out of nowhere and squirted a little on the plate to dip the pokemon food in, “Pika! Pika!”

“Pi…ka?” Misty’s pikachu tasted a little of the ketchup, “Pika!” she laughed in delight.

“Does that mean we’ll need even more ketchup?” asked Misty.

They all laughed, but still weren’t too happy about getting more and more ketchup.

The hours of nothing went on, and everybody was getting a little restless.

Now when am I going to give Misty that bike? She’s going to wonder why I didn’t give it to her sooner if I give it to her in the middle of the day. Maybe I can give it to her tomorrow. Her birthday? No, that’s in three months… Tomorrow. Definitely tomorrow,” Ash thought to himself. He dragged himself upstairs, making sure the bike was safely hidden for the time.

Later that night, around nine o’ clock, it was still the boring old Sunday. Ash waited for Misty to go to sleep so he could take the bike out to the garage, but unfortunately she wasn’t what you’d call sleepy…yet.

The three pokemon played a little game of tag, as Misty read a book in the living room.

Ash came in. “Well, I’m hitting the sack,” said Misty and she set the book down.

“Okay. Good night, Misty,” replied Ash.

They gave each other a sympathetic goodnight kiss, and Ash waited to hear Misty shut the door close. *Bang* Ash slowly tip- toed upstairs and into his room.

He carried the bike under his arm, and quietly opened the door to outside. He opened the garage door and set the green bike inside. Then he went back inside his house glad Misty didn’t notice it.

“Even if she didn’t follow me for her bike, she’ll be happy to get a new one,” Ash whispered to himself.

“Pika?” he heard Misty’s pikachu, who had been watching the whole time.

“Ehh, you aren’t going to tell her… are you?” he asked nervously.

“Pika pii… (I don’t kooow…)”

“Please don’t tell her! I beg of you PLEASE don’t tell her!” he groveled down to his knees.

“Pika (Okay)”

“Thank you, thank you, thank you!” he squeezed her.

“Pi… ka… CHUUUUU!” she called upon her thunderbolt, give or take a couple hundred watts.

“She’s just like my pikachu… auuoh,” he said before fainting.

“Hey, what was that?” asked Misty, who heard the commotion.

She ran down the steps, seeing Ash a little burnt and mumbling on the floor.

“Pikachu…” scolded Misty, as she turned her head to her pikachu.

“Pika..” she sweat dropped and backed away.

She sighed and picked him up and carried him to the living room couch.

“*Sigh* What am I going to do with you, Ash?” she sighed again and gave him a peck on the forehead.

“Huh?” he started coming through.

“Shhhh,” whispered Misty. “What did you do, step on her tail?” she asked.

“Well… umm… yeah,” he lied, scratching his head. “Wha-”

“Shush. Go to sleep, and don’t go off running into Pikachu,” she quietly laughed.

She pulled out a cover and set in over him on the couch.

“Lets make sure you don’t get into any more trouble,” she said and fell asleep with him on the couch.

A while later Mrs. Ketchum walked in, seeing the two cuddled up on the living room couch. She smiled and set her briefcase down.

The next morning the happy couple woke up, as Ash’s mom came in.

“Hey, don’t let me bother you,” she said and walked into the kitchen.

The two just stared in space, then looked at each other. They shrugged.

Misty walked into the kitchen for breakfast with Togepi who just came down the stairs. Ash’s pikachu hopped up onto the couch.

“Pikachu pi pika pi? (So are you going to give it to her today?)” he asked.

“Yeah, but when should I?”

“Pika, pikachu pika pi pika pi chu pikachu. Pikachu pika pi pika chu. (Soon, because everybody knows about it except her. Somebody might blurt it out.)”

Ash gave a little shrug and went into the kitchen with Pikachu.

He sat down, eating his breakfast.

“…Umm… Misty?” he asked when he was done eating.


“I… that is… I have a present for you!”

“You got me a present?! Where is it?” she squealed, while hugging him tightly.

“It’s… in the… garage…… Misty?”


“I can’t breathe.”

“Oh… ehehe. Sorry,” she said and withdrew the hug.

Instead of Ash leading the way, Misty grabbed him and charged outside. Mrs. Ketchum followed out with them.

Ash heaved up the garage door, with Pikachu giving him a hand.

“… Tada… (*whew*)” he said, wiping the sweat off his forehead.

Misty saw the shiny new green bike with a light pink bow tied on.

“Oh, thank you, Ash!!” she exclaimed.

Again, she hugged the life out of him with joy. Togepi came outside when he heard the noise and stared at the bike.

“Tokie tokie!” he said happily.

Misty released Ash and picked up Togepi, and they both laughed. Soon everybody joined in with the laugh, as if it were contagious.

Misty couldn’t thank Ash enough for her new bike.

“… And to think, I never even gave you one single little trinket,” said Misty softly.

“Of course you did!” protested Ash.

“I did?… What?”

“You!” he said happily and gave her a kiss.

You can guess the rest. They live happily together, Ash is still a Pokemon Master, Misty gets married to Ash… It’s time for the Epilogue!


Ash sits on a chair at the Pokemon Center, while his Pikachu paces back and forth.

“It’ll be okay, Pikachu,” said Ash, noticing Pikachu’s nervousness.

“Pikaaaa…” he mumbled.

The red light dimmed at the back door, and Pikachu’s head lit up.

“Pika?!” exclaimed Pikachu.

Nurse Joy stepped out with Misty and her Pikachu, who was holding something.

“Congratulations, Pikachu. It’s a girl,” said Nurse Joy.

“Pika pika!!” exclaimed Pikachu and he ran up to Misty’s pikachu.

She held a little baby Pikachu in her arms. Her eyes were closed, and was wrapped up in a small towel.

“Isn’t she darling?” said the now grown up Misty.

“Hehe, now Pikachu is a father,” laughed Ash (No, Ash didn’t stay the same age! He’s at least 20 now).

“Togepiiii,” said Togepi, who was now about 15.

A woman walked in with a female Togepi beside her.

“Togepi!” exclaimed Misty’s togepi.

He waddled toward her.

“Oh, no. Here we go again,” sighed Misty.

** NOW that’s the end. You didn’t HAVE to read part two if you didn’t want to. It’s just an extra! – Alex & Crystal Dragon**

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