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Bleeding Out Chapter 5: TherapyKim was, of course, exhausted, and returned to her bed as soon as it could be tidied a bit. She immediately fell into a sleep that was nearly comatose in its own right (but oh, wondrous sight, she slept on her side and, chilled by the air conditioning, curled up and pulled the blankets to her chin!), leaving her family to make the explanations. They even told the truth…with a few edits. Drakken became "a scientific genius who owed Kim", and the doors had been held closed because the process that had healed Kim was a delicate, easily-disrupted one.
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Everyone wanted to take her home as soon as she woke up in the morning. Unfortunately, "everyone" also knew that wasn't a good idea. If nothing else, she had to be kept under observation for a few days to make sure that Drakken's process didn't have any side-effects. Instead, they brought her some underwear and pajamas from home, as well as a few books.
She didn't need the latter very much. As s
Bleeding Out Chapter 4: SutureJames Timothy Possible didn't say another word, or give Drew Lipsky a chance to do so either. He just launched a right cross that sent his former college friend crashing to floor.
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As soon as he hit the linoleum, the hologram that had allowed Dr. Drakken, Mad Scientist and International Super-Criminal to enter Middleton Hospital unnoticed flickered out. But no one had the chance to notice that Dr. Drakken, Mad Scientist and International Super-Criminal, was sprawled on the floor outside one of Middleton Hospital's private rooms, because James Possible and Ron Stoppable immediately grabbed him by the ankles, dragged him into the room, and slammed the door.
They dragged him up off the floor, slammed him against the door, and drew their fists back to begin a possibly-fatal beating when Drakken cried "Wait! Wait!"
Enraged as they were, neither Ron Stoppable nor James Possible were violent men by nature, and they reflexively hesitated. Drakken took the opportunity to stop
Bleeding Out Chapter 3: TourniquetThere is always a day after even the most harrowing day. Whether or not one lives to see it is, of course, the question that makes a day harrowing. But if one does live to see that next day, it is often distressingly ordinary. Business must be gotten on with, needs must be met.
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Dr. Drakken wasn't thinking this, exactly, as he sat down to a bowl of oatmeal in his lair's kitchen, but he did feel vaguely disappointed. It just seemed that he should be doing something more than sprinkling sugar into hot cereal on the day after Kim Possible's death. Not to mention the day that Shego had finally lost her mind. Funny, he'd always thought he'd beat her to that.
Well. Speak of the devil, and she shall appear.
Shego entered the kitchen wearing a green bathrobe, with her hair tied back in a simple ponytail.
Was she…was she humming and sashaying? And something else looked different about her, too. What was it?
He watched her as she cracked two eggs into a frying pan, tryi