~Disclaimer: I don't own any of the shows in which the characters in this story are in. Nor do I own the Spongebob episode from which I got the idea. But I DO own Dr. Gary~
After injuring himself in a skateboarding accident, James vows to never leave the house again. However, Steve and Joe think of a way to change his mind. Will they succeed? Or will James really stay inside forever?
- Tickety Tock
- Sidetable Drawer
- Slippery Soap
- Mr. Salt
- Mrs. Pepper
- Dr. Gary
(Our story starts with Steve riding his skateboard on a skate ramp and doing air stunts, all while "Wipe Out" by The Ventures plays in the background.)
Steve: Woohoo! Yeehaw! Yippee!
(Steve suddenly goes so fast his board hits the guardrail on the ramp, somehow sending him flying through the air)
(Steve then lands head-first in a mud puddle. The words "Game Over" flash across the screen in all-capital red dot matrix letters. The screen zooms out to reveal Steve playing a skateboard-related game with his character in it on his phone.)
Steve: Aw, I got in the mud again! This game stinks! (the board hits the rail like in the game, sending Steve flying into a mud puddle, while his brother Joe and his friend James look on)
Joe: See, that's why you must always pay attention to the ramp.
James: I'm listening to you, ramp!
(James slides up the ramp and does an alley-oop as Steve and Joe watch. It doesn't take long for Joe to notice that James is headed right for the steps from the park to the skate ramps!)
Joe: James! Look out for those steps!
James: Huh? (sees the steps) Uh oh! (hits the railing, tumbles down the stairs, hurting himself along the way)
Joe and Steve: James!!!!! (they rush to the top of the steps)
Joe: Are you alright?!
James: Do I look alright? I think I broke my butt!
Joe: Uh oh.
Steve: I think we should get him to the hospital.
(The scene changes to James in a gurney in Jonas Salk Memorial Hospital with a bandage around his lower midsection. Dr. Gary comes to see him.)
Dr. Gary: Well, it appears your gluteus maximus has made a full recovery.
James: My what has a what now?
Dr. Gary: Your butt's all better. It's really quite amazing. (turns on an x-ray screen) It took 20 hours to put it all back together. We eventually ran out of staples and had to use a glue stick. Yup, you;re a lucky lucky lucky lucky lucky lucky lucky luck boy. But, from now on, I'd like you to be more careful. One more injury like that and you could end up like that poor person there-*points to Alan Tracy from Thunderbirds in an iron butt*- in the iron butt.
Alan: Aw man! It itches!
~Work In Progress~