YAY!!! New story! I pretty much coppied it off the Wizard of OZ movie. But there are some differences. For one, it's a heck of alot funnier. But it's similar to the movie. Sorta. Do you like the conversation of the farm hands talking about courage, brains, and hearts? Well, now it's a brunch of kids bickering. Did you think Toto the dog was cute? Now he's the adorable weasle ferret whatever thing. Oh, so you say Dorothy had a pretty name. Too bad, she goes by her middle name in this remake. One more thing before I put the cast of characters. Kiki (kndkid96), when you read this, please don't get angry when your character is so mean in the begining. She get's better in the end. Also, before hand, I'm sorry if I spelt anything wrong. O.K. , hope you guys like it, here is the cast and crew.
Kacey/Narator/The Tin Girl - Kacey Dodson/Numbuh Seven/taismo723
Numbuh 4/Wally/The Scarecrow - Wallabee "Wally" Beetles/Numbuh Four
Dorothy "Kuki" Gale/Numbuh 3 - Kuki Sonbon/Numbuh Three
Hoagie/The Cowardly Lion/Numbuh 2 - Hoagie P. Gillagen JR./Numbuh Two
Kiki/The Wicked Witch of the West/Numbuh 8 - Kiki Hatrick/Numbuh Eight/kndkid96
Abby/The Good Witch of the North/Numbuh 5 - Abigail "Abby" Lincon/Numbuh Five
Megan/The Wizard of OZ/Numbuh 1000 - Megan Behon/Numbuh One-Thousand/kndluva
The Munchkin Mayor/Numbuh 34 - Emma S./Numbuh Thirty-Four
Munchkin Child #1/Minerva - Minerva Jelly/Numbuh Two-Hundred and Forty-Five
Munchkin Child #2/Val - Valentina "Val" Spankulot/Numbuh Two-Hundred and Forty-Four
The Good Flying Monkey/Maddy - Madison "Maddy" Behon/Numbuh Two-Thousand and One
The Bad Flying Monkey #1/David - David/Numbuh 666
The Bad Flying Monkey #2/Christian - Christian/Numbuh 777
The Wicked Cree of the East - Cree Lincon/ Ex-Numbuh Eleven
The Apple Tree's - The DCFDTL
The Emerald Cities Gate Keeper - The Toiletnator
"Once apon a time...."
"Wait, wait, wait! Why does all those old stories always start with that?"
"Numbuh 4!!!! I'm trying to narate here!"
"No one else is suposed to talk accept me and the characters!"
"No buts! Just let me continue!"
"Alrighty then, where was I? Oh yeah....
Once apon a time, there lived a girl named Dorothy Kuki Gale. Didn't know Dorothy had a middle name, did ya? Alright, back on track. This girl was very lonely. She had no friends. It was all she wanted in the world just to have at least one friend. But, that was before the storm hit.
"Kuki!" Her mother called from the kitchen. "Could you go to the store and pick up some milk?"
Oh yeah, I forgot to tell you. The kid hates to be called Dorothy. She went by her middle name. Call her by her first name, and she'll hurt you.
"O.K. mom!" Kuki called from the font porch as she put down her *I'm the only friend you'll ever have!* Rainbow Monkey. She then picked up her pet weasel Scoot... I mean, Toto. She clammored aboard her bike and set off tword the store. On the way, she saw a couple of kids playing catch in the old parking lot. She listend to their conversation.
"COME ON HOAGIE, CATCH THE BALL!!!" Screamed a girl in braided pig-tails
"What if I get hit?" Moaned a boy with goggles.
"Geeze, this guy has NO courage! I'll show you "getting hit"! The girl grumbled as she whipped a wicked curve ball at his gut.
"Kiki! Theres no need to be mean!" chided a girl with a red hat as the boy in goggles tossed the ball to her.
"I concur with Abby, your intentional though mean spirted actions will eventually receive consiquences when infillcted on a individual who has done nothing to cause these antics upon himself!" spouted off a girl with long dark brown hair as she was the next with the ball.
"Uhhhhhh' wait, what? I don't understand *nerd speak*" a boy in an orange sweat-shirt.
He caught a way too close groin-aimed baseball-missle that came from Megan's direction. He tossed it at the other boy.
"Wally, you barely know how to tie your shoes, let alone figured out Megan when she gets into her smart-person mode." sighed a girl in a purple jersey. "But any way, I think Hoagies *Megan Obbsession* is going to be going strong since she just deffended him! E-YUCK!!!!"
"Oh have a heart, Kacey!" Hoagie cried as he pitched the ball at her.
But he threw the ball at to high an angle, because of this, it landed right at Kuki's feet.
"Hey, you!" Cried out the boy in the orange sweat-shirt, Wally. "Could you throw the ball back?"
"Do you wanna play with us?" yelled over the girl they called Megan. "We need an even number of players!"
Kuki stared at the ball as if it were an alien. Instant mindlock. Boy. Talk to her. Girl. Talk to her. Must throw ball.
She tossed it to Abby, the girl in the red hat.
"So?" said Abby.
"So what?" mumbled Kuki, the mind-lock back at full force.
"Do...you...want...to...play...with...us?" the wicked Kiki, speaking to Kuki as if she was 5 years old, either that or mentally unstable.
"Sure!" gasped Kuki as releif flooded through her like a sunami.
They had been playing for 20 minutes or so, when Kuki remembered her errend.
"Sorry guys, I gotta go!" She groaned.
The ball was hannded to Kacey and good-byes were made. Dark clouds had began to gather over head, so the other children dispersed. Kuki went to the store, picked up the milk and started to head home. By that time, the wind had picked up to a fightening speed. Kuki peddled as fast as she could back to her house, but by that time, it was too late. A Twister was forming on the horizon. And, no, I don't mean the movie. Sorry, old joke. Back to the story. Kuki ran inside. Her parents and sister were gone. Toto twitched his nose, sensing danger. Kuki glanced out the window. The vicous tornado was inching closer. A thought struck Kuki. The storm celler!, she thought, they must be in the storm celler. She rushed outside with Toto clutched under one arm. She arived at the celler door at the side of the house and started to bang on it with her free hand. Her family, huddled inside, thought the thumping was just a lonely tree limb, being forced by the wind to whack at the door. Frustated, Kuki seeked shelter back inside the house. As she ran into her room, she set Toto on the bed.
"Oh Toto, what are we going..." Kuki started to wail.
But it was to late. The Twisters heavy wind sent a stray peice of rubble through the window and straight at Kuki's head. First, everything went white. Then it went the blackest of black.
When awoke, she was inside the Twister. The house span round and round. Things flew by, a chicken coop, a bathtub, and some old lady on a bicycle. With a final spin and a thump, they landed. Kuki rose her head up from her stuffed animal pile, where she was hiding for safety. When she looked through her window, she couldn't believe her eyes. It was a world of color. Small cottages as well as flowers sprouted across the land outside. Kuki scooped up Toto, who had hidden under a pillow. Cautiously, they stepped outside. It was like walking into a children's book. Every inch, spot, nook and cranny was teeming with a bright, otherworldly color.
"Toto, I don't think we're in the Suburbs anymore..." Kuki whispered.
Suddenly, Kuki heard a somthing. A giggle. A snicker. A chuckle. Or, just a laugh, for the boring people. Kuki whirled around, only to see a bright red glowing orb of light heading twords her. Th orb landed a couple of feet away, and with a *SNAP!* turned into a girl. She had on a blue suit, a red hat, and was weilding a bright red, glowing wand.
"HEY! The Good Witch had a pink orb, not red, and she wore a princess dress, a tiara, and a star wand! She did not wear blue suit, a red hat, and a red wand!"
"Minerva! Get the heck out of the naration booth!"
*Door whips open* "Where in the world am I in the story?"
"Val, calm down. Your characters come later. And Minerva, Cool it, this story is being redone! Now both of you go back and sit down, or you'll end up locked in the closet with Numbuh 4!"
*Group sigh* "Yes Kacey ma'am sir thing!!"
"Uhhhh, hi?" said a bewildered Kuki.
"Oh, hey!" responded the girl as she straightend her hat.
"Um, who are you?" questioned Kuki
"Duh, I'm the Good Witch of the North!"
"Oh." Kuki faltered. "Would you mind telling me where I am?"
The Good Witch stared at her. "You don't get around much do you?"
That's when the witch noticed the slighty squashed suburbian house a couple yards away. And that's when Kuki noticed somthing shining underneath. It was a pair of slippers. Not just any slippers. Ruby Slippers. Each individual glistinining jewel shone like bright red sunlight. Kuki would have been in awe of their beauty....except for one thing. They were attached to a pair of legs. No, she wasn't jealous of who was wearing the shoes. It was just the owner of the legs was probably splatter-icated underneath Kuki's home.
"OH NO!!!" screeched Kuki. "I'm, going to charged with man-slauter!!"
She looked at the Good Witch. She wasn't angry. Or sad. Or even fightend. She was...smiling?
Kuki's first thought: "Dear God. She's smiling about a dead person. SHE'S NUTZ!"
As if she was trying toprove she was crazy, the Good Witch started to shout. "Come on out everyone! It's safe now!"
Suddenly, little people started to pop out of bushes, cottages, and other asorted hiding places. Not midgets, and not vertically chalanged...what were they? They looked like children, but a whole lot shorter.
"Alright people of Munchkinland, listen up, I'm only saying this once." anounced the witch. "The Wicked Cree of the East has officially been splatter-icated!" (no, I'm not saying killed in this fanfiction. For the love of crap, I'm not using inaproprite words in a childrens story.)
"Who splatter-icated her?" cried out a munchkin child with large pigtails.
"Oh, the new-girl did." The Good Witch norchalantly responded.
"What is your name?" called out another munchkin girl, this one with a perfect smile.
"Uh...Dorothy Kuki Gale" answered Kuki. "Call me Dorothy and you die. Kuki is fine."
"The Wicked Old......" the munchkins sang
"What is it, Emma?"
"Does there HAVE to be SINGING??!?!?!?!?
"Whats wrong with singing?"
"EVERYTHING is wrong with singing when tiny people are doing it! It's just CREEPY."
"Fine, there won't be singing."
"Thank-you. Oh, by the way, Wally says he's running out of air."
"O.K. just crack the closet door a little....HOLD UP. I'm supposed to be narating a story! Wait, did me locking Wally in a windowless closset go out live?"
"I...I think so..."
"Oh for the love of..."
BAM!!!!!!!! A puff of green smoke, well, puffed at the back of the crowd. A girl appeared in the middle of the smoke. She wore a black dress, held a wooden wand in one hand, and a broomstick in the other. She also had a pair of braids jutting out of her black pointed hat. She reeked and oozed pure evil.
"Well Kiki, I'm sorry, but The Wicked Witch of the East is completely and thourghly a character of absolute evil!!"
"You don't have to be mean about it..."
The munchkins scurried, scamperd and seperated. They aso screamed. Alot.
"YOU!!! You spatter-icated my best bud!!" Kiki shreiked.
Kuki thought up a quick lie. "Uhhh, no I didn't."
"Yeah right. You're one of the the only people here over 4 feet that doesn't look like a complete goody two-shoes."
"Am not." The Good Witch mumbled.
"Now, could you kindly hand over the shoes?"
Who is she?" whispered Kuki to the Good Witch.
"The Wicked Witch of the West." responded The Witch. "She was the Wicked Cree of the East's best freind. They are...well, were the most evil witches of the land together. Ya know, birds of a feather flock together. Any way, those Ruby slippers are VERY powerfull. The Witch of the East would give her last *I've totally gone to the Dark Side* Rainbow Monkey to get her hands on them."
"This can't be good..."
Suddenly, the Good Witch's face lit up. "Ooooh, I know what I can do!!!"
She waved the red wand over her head. POP! Kuki's black Mary-Janes dissapeared and were replaced by the red slippers. The legs underneath the house shrived up like a carboard box club-house in a rain-storm. Then, Kuki felt a warm sensation travel up her spine.
"There. The body is gone, Kuki has the slippers, and shes now prottected from all evil." Grinned The Good Witch.
"God Dang it." Groaned the Evil Witch. "I'm gonna Get you Kuki!!! And your weasel ferret thing too!
And in a puff of smoke, she was gone.