Toto scampered through the forest, trying to find the others. He sniffed around. He caught the scent of somthing. Oil, wet fur, and hay. The kids! He rounded another coner and found the group, who were looking rather depressed.
"It's Toto!" the Tingirl gasped as she looked up.
The children swarmed around the pet, giving him hugs and afectionate scratches on the head.
"Well, if Toto can lead us to the castle, we need to think up a plan to break in." said the Lion.
"This story is getting boring!"
"Kuki, this is my story!!!"
"When does it get scary? I need to know when to get my "Boogey-Man Protecter" Rainbow Monkey!"
"These last few chapter WERE supposed to be spooky!"
*mumbles* "not really...."
"Hold on! We need to get through the getting the gaurds uniforms, sneaking in, grabbing 'Dorothy', and then defeating the witch!"
"Can't we just fast-forward to the good part?"
"It's not like it's TV!"
"Ooooooh, I found the remote!" *presses the fast forward button*
The kids stood at the end of the hallway, face to face with the witch.
"Hold up, this isn't supposed to happen yet!"
"SHHHHH! THIS IS THE GOOD PART!"
"Let us out of here!" yelled the Tin Girl.
"Never!" seethed the witch.
Gaurds filled all adjacent hallways. They were trapped. The group was panicking. The Wicked Witch would KILL to get those shoes..... litteraly. So, they did what every kid does when they feel threatend. They threw junk! Pictures, chairs, and bowls, whatever they could find along the hallways decorations. The witch just cackled. She deflected every thing with a wave of her hand. SHe was putting up walls of solid magic energy. The Scare Crow's eyes darted around. The only thing left was a vase flowers. He chucked it with the most precission he could muster. As exspected, the vase and flowers clattered aginst the magic walls and toppled to the floor. But somthing strange happened. The water from the vase went through the walls like nothing was there. It coated the evil witch, and she screamed in totall agony.
"AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH!" she shrieked. "HELP ME! HELP!!! I'M MELTING! I'M MELTING!"
"Ummmm, no, no you're not." said Kuki.
The witch stopped writhering long enough to look down. She wasn't melting. She was just wet.
"Dude. Not cool." the witch moaned as she wiped water out of her eyes.
"You deserved it!" said the cowardly lion.
"Seriously," the witch said as she twisted the waster out of her braids. "WTF was that for?!?!"
"You were being TOTALLY mean!" said Kuki.
Suprisingly, th witch did somthing totally unexpected. She started to cry.
"I DON'T LIKE BEING MEAN, IT'S JUST WHEN I WANT STUFF, I USALLY GET STUFF. I DON'T LIKE HURTING ANYONES FEELINGS, IT'S JUST THE ONLY WAY I KNOW HOW!!!!!!" she blubbered.
"Have you ever tried being nice?" asked the Tin Girl.
"*sniff* No..." cried the witch.
"It works most of the time, trust me." the Tin Girl assured her.
"OK." moaned the witch. "I've had a bad day, 'k? I'm going to go lie down."
"Hold on," said the Scare Crow, remembering there mission (Wally using his brain.... CREEPY.) "Can we have your broom?" he asked.
"Yeah, sure, I have 62 others. And this one isn't even pink." she sniffled.
She tossed the broom in the air, and the Cowardly Lion caught it, fumbled it, dropped it, then picked it up again.
"OK," anounced Kuki. "Now we have that broom, so it's time we have a talk with the Wizard about sending me back home.