Cuphead: CagneyXHilda-Crazy AdventureBefore selling her soul to the Devil. Before being defeated by Cuphead and Mugman, and freeing her from the Devil's debt heck before even the Cupbros were even born. Hilda Berg was quite an adventurous girl who got herself into some misadventures. But, she wouldn’t get into these adventures without a little carnation.
It was a lovely day in Inkwell Isle, and a young Hilda Berg was reading a book about zodiacs. For her age she enjoyed learning about stars, zodiacs, even planes and other flying machines. Though what caught her eye recently, was a small little carnation that showed up right near her house just a few weeks ago. After some thought, she decided it was time for her to talk to the flower. Closing her book and putting it into her bag, grabbing her aviator hat and goggles she ran out the door.
Hilda went to the flower field, and saw the little carnation looking down.
“Hiya!” Hilda beamed introducing herself. The carnation was spooked, seeing Hilda. “I
BATIM- Dinners and Groundings"Everyone!" Joey called out to his employees. The studio members turned around and faced their boss whose face was beaming with happiness. "So, since we got the short done on time a few days ago, and it's a Friday I'm taking all you guys out for dinner!" He announced.
The workers cheered hearing they get to go out. It was uncommon for Joey to take his co-workers out to eat, but tonight we're one of those nights where Joey wants to take his co-workers out as a big celebration for completing the episode.
"Dinner!" The toon trio cheered. Joey turned around and saw his three ink children, Bendy, Boris and Alice with big smiles on their faces.
"Can we go?" Bendy asked.
"Please!" Alice begged.
"I want to go out for food!" Boris cheered.
The toons were talking over each other begging and asking if they can go, but their papa had his mind set. "Sorry you three, but you know the rules, you can't leave the studio."
"Aww." The toon trio sighed. "But Joey."
"Kids." Joey's voice went stern and the
Cheerin Up BendyBendy was on his knees sniffling at the ground. His snowman, was just melted away by the time the sun showed up. “I am unlucky.” He sniffled.
In the distance Kitty Cat watched as the demon cried over the melted snowman. A light bulb came up above her head as she thought of an idea and run off.
A bit later Bendy was walking back home with everything from his snowman in his hands. He didn’t notice Kitty running towards him and tapping him on his shoulder.
“Bendy.” She said. The demon turned around, inky tears still falling from his face. “I have something to show you.” She held her hand out for Bendy to hold it.
“What is it?” He asked looking at her.
Kitty giggled showing her toothy grin. “I can’t tell ya silly. It’s a secret!” She giggled.
Bendy sighed. He wasn’t in the mood, but whatever Kitty had planned for him was something good. However, he doubt it will cheer him up. Bendy took Kitty’s hand,
Samsie Twins- Sunshine“Wahhh!” A baby cried throughout the house. It was 2 in the morning and Sammy and Susie had to work in five hours. The married couple groaned and turned away from each other.
“Sammy! Check on the baby!” Susie groaned.
Sammy growled and looked at his wife. “I did it last night. Its your turn.” He groaned.
Susie growled back at Sammy, and he took that as a sign that Susie is tired then he was. He got up and navigated his way through the dark hallway till he got to the twin’s nursery. Sammy saw the youngest twin; Stanley was asleep soundly, not being awoken by his brother’s cries.
“Hey. Hey” Sammy shushed Stephen holding him close. Stephen kept on crying, and Sammy had to rush to find what he needs.
Despite being a bad cook, Sammy was the best at warming up his son’s milk bottle. “There. It’s done!” Sammy said grabbing the bottle. He gave it to Stephen, but the baby just pushed it away. “You weren
Samsie-FamilerSusie sighed as she sat on the couch, looking down at her shoes. It’s been a month since Sammy died, and Susie hasn’t taken it well. She’s hasn’t been eating or drinking, unless you count the wine bottles scattered on the table in front of her, she hasn’t slept and she hasn’t been to work.
Stephen was checking on his mother, holding a plate of chocolate chip cookies and a cup of hot coffee. He decided to take care of his mother, while Stanley was focused with something important for the time being. “Mom?” Stephen asked.
Susie didn’t reply to her son’s call. Stephen frowned, but that didn’t stop him from going to her. “I baked you some of your favorite chocolate chip cookies.” He smiled showing the cookies to his mother, but she didn’t crack a smile or even look. Stephen pushed the bottles of wine away to place the tray of cookies on the table. He then rubbed his mother’s back, and held her close.
Samsie- I'll Be Here. AlwaysThe wind blew hard making it difficult to get back to his apartment. Susie decided to stay with Sammy for tonight since the wind was getting severe by the clouds rolling in and the debris blowing around. The couple finally made it to the apartment closing the door tightly, catching their breaths.
“Finally. We made it.” Sammy panted he was so tired of the wind pushing him back.
“Yeah.” Susie replied catching her breath as well. The two removed their jackets and collapsed on the couch. Sammy turned on the radio, and Susie decided to look into her script for the next episode. Reading her lines made her relax a bit from the wind.
Though it soon didn’t help when the wind picked up and started to hit the window. Susie whimpered and turned around seeing some leaves hit the window. Sammy came over and hugged Susie. “Hey. Hey.” Sammy shushed. “Its okay. Its fine, were safe.”
Susie smiled at Sammy and went back to reading. Out of the blue the
Samsie- I'll Be Home For ChristmasIt was a long cold walk back to the house. Sammy Lawrence survived the war. Just a few injuries, but he survived. Sammy closed the door to the house, being home safe and sound like he promised.
“I’m home!” He called out. He looked around his house and saw no one was there. “Susiebell! Boys!” Sammy turned and faced the clock. It was only 4:30 in the evening; Susie wasn’t home for another half-hour.
Sammy sighed and collapsed on the couch. He thought how he’s going to surprise his family that he’s home. He didn’t have time to cook a huge dinner, so that was out of the question. He could go to the studio and surprise everyone, but by the time he gets there everyone must of left. Besides Norman and Wally would of told him and they would of left for the studio, but no, they wanted to see their families.
Sammy went over to his radio and turned it on. What he heard was the melody of Christmas music. It’s been a year since he heard th
BATIM Deployed AU- Missing YouIt was a month. It felt like forever, but it was a month. Susie was putting away the dishes after a quiet lunch. Since Sammy left the nice sunny days that brightened the town were rare, and the rain, washed away the bright colors of the town. The actress looked at the window seeing the raindrops fall on the window as a message from Sammy that he’s crying too and he misses her.
Her mind snapped back when she heard keys slam on the piano. She quickly ran and saw her twin boys slamming the keys on Sammy’s piano. “Boys!” She screamed. The twins flinched stumbling to their feat.
It wasn’t Susie who was having a hard time with Sammy gone, but the twins. They were so young that every time their mother yelled or cried they didn’t know what to do. Just touching their father’s stuff set her off, and today was one of those days.
“Sorry.” Stephen whimpered.
“How many times have I told you two? Don’t touch your father’s piano!&
Deployed Sammy AU (BATIM)-Saying GoodbyeIt was a slow walk to the train station. To Susie Lawrence every step she took felt like time was passing by. She looked at her husband Sammy Lawrence and every what if scenario played in her mind. She wanted to beg Sammy not to go, but they both know he couldn’t. It’s the war, even if he didn’t want to go, he had to go.
“Well, I guess this is goodbye.” Sammy said looking at his wife. Susie nodded, not wanting to look at her husband. Sammy lifted her head up and saw tears streaming down her face.
The actress sniffled wiping away the tears from her eyes. “Y-yeah.” She choked up. Sammy frowned and hugged Susie tight. Susie promised herself she wouldn’t cry, but she did.
Sammy didn’t want to cry either, but he sniffled and cried softly on Susie’s shoulder. The two let go and looked at each other face to face. The train whistle blew making the couple turn around. It was time for Sammy to go. “Well I got to get going.”