Therapy Cruise

Epilogue

It was nine o'clock in the morning and Beast Boy danced through the hallway with his stereo, accidentally bumping into Robin on the way to the kitchen.

"Robin."

"Beast Boy."

They greeted one another before passing in opposite directions.

"I hate you."

"Don't care. I'm the leader," said Robin, through a mouthful of cereal.

Ignoring him Beast Boy walked into the kitchen, setting down his stereo on the kitchen island, noticing Cyborg leaned up against the wall on his phone grinning like a Cheshire cat.

Scoffing, with a slight smirk, he started thumbing through the fridge for a bottle of soy milk. "You've gotta be pissing on my leg, they stole my soy milk! They left all the regular food, but they stole my freaking soy milk! Robin!" he hollered.

"Maybe the criminals were lactose intolerant," Robin yelled down the hall, though Beast Boy could scarcely hear him.

Irritated, Beast Boy bothered Cyborg, begging to use the T-Car to go grocery shopping, which, thankfully, hadn't been stolen. Cyborg ignored him, so he snatched the phone away.

"You little green elf I'm going to kill you!" Cyborg shot his laser cannon at Beast Boy who turned into a hyena laughing and leaping through the air, but both Titans stopped goofing off when they were greeted by a stunning lady with bright auburn curls.

"Catherina!" Cyborg exclaimed, shocked to see her standing in the doorway. "How'd you, you were, we were just on the phone and-."

"I live in the city, like 10 minutes from your place." She beamed. He smiled back at her, but quickly his smile turned into confusion when another girl, looking exactly like her, stepped out from behind her.

"There's two of you?"

"This is my twin sister Katerina, you met her at the pool the other day."

"Hi." She grumbled.

"Wait so that was you?" He pointed at Katerina, "and not you," he pointed at Catherina.

"So, guy you taking us out or what? You know you have a lot of explaining to do, didn't I tell you sis he hung up on you didn't I tell you, I told you!"

Catherina put her hand in her sister's face, but Katerina went on shaking her head and waving her finger in her sister's face.

Cyborg slapped his forehead and let out a painful sigh causing Beast Boy to chuckle. "We'll, talk about the soy milk later. I'll leave you to your women." With that he walked out of the room and down the hall toward the object of his interest, well the second object, besides soy milk.

Raven sat on her bed, legs crossed, and eyes close. She hummed her peaceful mantra, "Azarath Metrion Zinthos, Azarath Metrion Zinthos."

It was good to be back.

She acknowledged Wisdom and Knowledge with a pleasant nod when she reached Nevermore, and they greeted her back with a cheerful wave. Next, she waved at Happy, and Brave, and finally she gave a smile in Lust's direction, who angrily shook her fists from behind the bars of an iron cage.

"So how did she manage to get back to normal?" Wisdom asked Knowledge. "She got her diary back didn't she?"

"Yeahhh…" Knowledge admitted, "but I think there's a little more to it than that." She winked in the direction of a pink cloaked emoticlone.

"Hmm, never seen her before," Brave blurted out.

Suddenly all the clones turned their attention to Raven. She'd been disturbed from meditating by a knock at the door.

"Raven…" said a soft voice.

She opened the door to find Beast Boy there smiling at her and she sneered at him venomously.

"I thought I told you I didn't want to speak to you or Robin for the next century!"

He gave her a dramatic eye roll, cocking his head to the side, followed by confident half smirk.

Raven leaned past him, quickly scanning the hallway before she pulled him inside, shutting out the lights in her bedroom.

"You want me." He whispered.

"No I don't." She deadpanned.

"Oh really," he said lightly brushing his lips against her cheek. "I have proof." He flashed her a little blue diary, grinning mischievously.

She shoved him, snatching it away, "Beast Boy that shit is personal!"

"Whatever," he gave a raspy chuckle, parting her lips with his tongue, as he pulled her into his arms.


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