Sixteen Awakening Epilogue"You sure you'll be all right?"More Like This
"Don't worry, football head, I'll be just fine getting back."
Arnold smiled and hugged Helga warmly, holding her close. She sighed happily and hugged back, laying her head on his shoulder. They stayed like that a few moments, in the doorway of the boarding house, with Miles and Stella watching in the background, both smiling.
"Just like Dad and Mom..." Miles mused, and Stella giggled.
"See you later, Arnold." Helga said as she pulled back.
Arnold kissed her lightly, and looked deep into her eyes. "I'll see you later. I love you, Helga."
"I love you too, Arnold." She kissed his nose, and then descended down the steps, waving goodbye to them before walking off down the darkened streets of their neighbourhood.
Miles and Stella waved back to her, and couldn't help but chuckle a little as Arnold watched after her for a few moments, a dreamy, lovesick look on his face. He then closed the door and let out a contented sigh.
"Well, I'm going to turn in early toni
Arnold's Leg Epilogue"Arnold! Helga! Come on downstairs! We got something for you!"More Like This
Arnold and Helga, who were in his bedroom playing a board game together, exchanged glances after Miles called them from downstairs. They stood up, both silently wondering what was up, and left his bedroom, going downstairs.
It was the following Sunday since Miles and Stella had been home. All weekend, the entire family, with Helga included, just caught and chatted all together, sharing stories and fun times. Miles and Stella got a laugh at how similar the kid's relationship was to Phil and Gertie when they'd been younger. They spoke about their years in school and things they'd done, Helga gave a brief mention of her real family at home but didn't go into too much details at the moment, and then came the very thing that brought it all in place, the fracturing of Arnold's leg.
"It was painful, and it wasn't any fun being so debi...debila...Helga, what's that word again?" Arnold had said.
"Debilitated." Helga had told him.