Final Chapter: Busted and FixedMore Like This
First the gas lines, then the air conditioning, and now the lights… this was all starting to seem connected. “Maybe it’s just a malfunction…?” Jen suggested. “Maybe the cold wave is hurting the power lines?” but that was not likely as all the mall systems seem to be going off and on again at different times.
Everywhere we looked, something was going wrong! Lights were flickering, the AC constantly blew at people, gas-cookers were soft and then flared up like crazy, horribly turning whatever foods they were cooking.
“Okay! Seriously! What is going on?” Wyatt demanded to know.
That’s when Nikki’s phone rang. It was Jonesy. She tried to inform him of what was going on, but Jonesy sounded as if he was in a panic. “Nikki… I seriously could use some help right now.” He cried.
“What…? I thought this was your big score.”
“It is… only… it’s a little
7teen: ChilloutAuthor's notes:More Like This
BRR-RRR-RR!!! It is freakishly cold in my town today! (Minus 40-C AT LEAST) This ep is defiantly appropriate. I've been tweeting to Megan Fahlenbock (Jen) and even she can't stand the cold!
It was cold day in late winter… as if you could call it that. It was super freezing… ice looked warm. The weather reports said that all of Edmonton was locked in one of the worst cold-fronts waves in over fifty years.
Windows and windshields were frosted so bad you could hardly see through them. Inside the mall was freezing, even Nerdy Guy’s glasses were fogged up and he couldn’t see where he was going. “Oh, oh dear… oh my…!” he cried as he walked past Comic Cavern and crashed into a column.
I and some of the gang were inside my store all wearing our parkas and winter gear. “Would you believe it?” Jen said “The coldest day of the year and the mall’s heating system has to blow!”