In all the time that he had been here, Buzz had never seen Andonnie this quiet. Overnight, the bustling main street had become a textbook definition of a ghost town.
From his perch atop Bo's millinery shop, Buzz could see almost every nook and cranny of the main street, as well as down the road that led into town. Jessie had led the women and children up into the mountains about an hour before dawn.
Well, almost all of the women. Dolly had refused to go, and so she was armed with a laser pistol from Buzz's stores, and was currently concealed just inside the door to her saloon. She was waiting for Buzz to give the signal - they all were. Eac
For the third time that night, Buzz found himself in Sunnyside's makeshift library. He sat in the same Lego chair he woke up in when Lotso brought him out of hyper-sleep. Strange binding devices called pipe cleaners tied his wrists together behind his back and his ankles to the chair's front legs. A single light flared above his head as the rest of the room was shrouded in darkness. But he didn't struggle or yell, he merely sat there, waiting for whatever punishment his 'commanding officer' had in store for him.
He did not regret what he did. He did not care about what the pink fluff of stuffing planned to do to him for betrayal; he would no