AT: Guys' Night OutIt was a big night for some of the boys at Ocean Pictures. They had a few plans. August and his buddy Rui were getting ready for something they had planned.AT: Guys' Night Out by DandyAndy1989
"Looking good," said August.
"We're ready," said Rui.
"What are you two up to?" Jolie wondered.
"Well, the boys and we are gonna be having a big night out, and we just wanted to see if it would be cool with you and the other 8-Bits," said August.
"Just a little time for ourselves, you know?" Rui suggested.
"You can count on us to look after the place while you're gone," said Nancy.
"Thanks," said August and Rui.
They were ready for their night.
At the setting of the Worldwiders, Kang was going on this night out as well. He felt like he could use it.
"After the last battle we had, I can't wait to have just a little time with the guys and mingle for a sweet night ahead of us," he said.
"Just don't be out too late," said Amy.
"When it gets dark around Proudstone Town, it's hard to find your way around," said Jomo.
"I'll be back before
Thomsons: Hasta La VistaThe Vista family was the most prestigious family in all of Raleigh. Maybe even in all of North Carolina. That family had three young children about the same age as the stars of this series. There was their eldest, their daughter Paula, the middle by a few minutes, their son Max, and the youngest of them all, their daughter Joy.Thomsons: Hasta La Vista by DandyAndy1989
"I do say, this is quite the most rich meal that we have had in ages," said Mr. Vista.
"A rich meal fit for a rich family," said Mrs. Vista.
"Here here!" said Max.
They were enjoying their meal.
"Oh, I love our lifestyle immensely," said Paula.
"I have lots of toys!" said Joy.
"You know, money is no object. And we have more money to burn than a locomotive has coal," said Mr. Vista.
"Nobody in Raleigh can compare to our stature," said Paula.
Of course, these kids were not exactly the nicest as one would expect. A lot of cartoons portrayed the wealthy upper class as very hurtful and condescending. And these kids were no exception. They each had their own ways of r
AT: Crusher and Pickle's Joy Ride Of LifeAxle City was a big thriving motor city. Most of the citizens were extreme gear vehicles that lived the way most cars did. One of the most recognizable citizens was Blaze the speedy racer and his driver AJ. They often helped out with the problems in Axle City and were pretty much their heroes.AT: Crusher and Pickle's Joy Ride Of Life by DandyAndy1989
"LET'S BLAZE!" Blaze shouted as he achieved blazing speed and had won yet another race at Axle Stadium. This time, it was on one of the A-Rank courses. The crowd was really impressed with it. Well, the whole crowd sans one machine. That machine's name was Crusher.
As Blaze and AJ were receiving their accolades for their victory on the circuit, Crusher just sat on the sidelines.
"That Blaze...he's not so great. The only reason he ever wins is because he's got such "blazing speed". Ah, I don't care anyway," said Crusher.
Of course, there was always something inside of Crusher that made him feel empty. He just didn't know what it was.
"Boss, is there something wrong?" his partner Pickle asked
Sudsley's Date DilemmaSudsley. A Dimensionoid who has a heart as big as his head. Sometimes, he knew what to do. Sometimes, he talked a big game. But if there was one thing that Sudsley knew, it's that he had a little something inside of him. He was a water themed Dimensionoid who had a thing for a nurse Dimensionoid. His eyes were set on the one named Soprano. She was a heavyset Dimensionoid who helped those in need and didn't expect anything in return.Sudsley's Date Dilemma by DandyAndy1989
"Ah, Soprano...your magic medical touch woos me so," said Sudsley.
He often felt a little dazed upon admiring the lady and would slap himself to come back to his senses.
"Is there anyway I could get her to notice me? I wanna ask her out, but I just don't know how to approach it," said Sudsley.
"You're in luck, my good friend!" said a familiar voice.
It was Disco, the summoner.
"Disco? How long have you been standing there?" Sudsley asked.
"Not too long. I kinda came in on the 'is there anyway' part," said Disco.
"Well, at least you didn't hear the rest of i
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