Dance Into the Fire
by : Cryptk1165

Darkonda stood in the Dark Fortress deep in thought. He still wanted to interact with Jenny more. Not only in conversation, but he wanted more physical contact as well. Darkonda went in to talk to Elgar.

"Hey, Elgar, I know that you donít have a lot of brain power, but youíre the only one who can help me."

"Really?" Elgar asked. "Whatís up?"

"Youíve known Tonfa Spice longer than any of us," Darkonda said. "How can I get.......closer to her?"

"Hmm. Just go slow. Tonfa Spice is the shy type, so sheíll be reluctant to get...... close," Elgar explained. "In fact, even though sheís the leader, sheís the second shyest member in the whole team."

"Second shyest? Whoís the first?"

"Spinal, of course."

"Oh......oh yeah."

"Anyway, if Tonfa Spice does accept and sheís still scared, comfort her. She may have limits, so donít force her to do anything she doesnít want to do. Wait a minute; just what do you plan to do with her?"

"Well, our honeymoon was......well......wasnít," Darkonda said. "So Iíd like to take her for a real one. Itíll be the most romantic night of her life....err, death."

"Well, donít let me interfere," Elgar said. "Bye-bye."

He left the room. Darkonda went over to a control terminal and pressed some buttons.

"First, Iíd better make sure the little lady is alone," he told himself.

He saw that Jenny was alone in the park with her diary in her lap as usual. Darkondaís heart began to pump faster and faster as several beastly urges excited through him.

"Iím going for it!" he whispered, rubbing his hands together.

* * *

Meanwhile, Jenny wrote in her diary once again.

Dear Diary,

I think Iím going nuts. Ever since our fight with Ivan Ooze, I havenít been able to get Darkonda off my mind. Something about the way he held me when I was weak.....it felt comforting. If it feels this good when Iím weak, how would it feel when Iím normal and healthy? Could it be that Iím getting the same feeling towards Darkonda as he has toward me? Iíve always liked Darkonda, but the emotions Iím having now are ridiculous for my character. But still.....I miss him.....I long for his touch......but I am still frightened.....

"Iím flattered to see that you feel that way," Darkonda said from behind.

Jenny gasped and quickly closed her diary. "Oh, Darkonda!" She had never felt so embarrassed before.

"My dear, whatís wrong?" Darkonda asked.

"This was my diary! No one was supposed to see it!"

"Gee......I apologize. Listen, I must speak to you."

"Wh-what??" Jenny asked, her voice cracking.

"Okay, okay; Iím well aware that the idea of giving birth doesnít appeal to you, but would you consider a honeymoon?" Darkonda explained.

"A-A-A-A honeymoon????"

"Yeah." Darkonda stepped closer to Jenny, grasping both hands. Jenny staggered backwards until she fell onto the bench.

"A......honeymoon?" was still all Jenny could manage.

"Why yes," Darkonda said again, leaning over her, forcing her to recline on the bench. "Itíll be so romantic, just the two of us. What do you say, my dear?"

"I......." Jenny lifted a hand to his chest, and they both sat up. "Well......that is, I......I donít know, Darkonda."

"Need some time to think about it?"

"Uh, yeah. That would help."

"All right then. Just come back to the park when youíve made up your mind. Iíll be waiting."

"Okay." Jenny teleported back up to the Astro Megaship.

* * *

Up at the Astro Megaship, Jenny paced back and forth in her room. She was still unable to get over her feelings.

"Jenny, you appear to be upset," Deca said. "What has happened?"

Jenny just sighed as she continued her pacing. "To be, or not to be in love with Darkonda. That is the question---what the hell am I saying!?" She slapped her forehead. "Come on, Jenny, snap out of it! This isnít you!"

"Perhaps you should seek help," Deca suggested.

"Yeah......maybe I should," Jenny agreed. "I need to talk to an older female.....but not the Rangers. I need some definite answers....."

She stood up and went into the dining room where the Rangers and several Spices were conversing. She saw that Hanim was in there.

"Hanim, youíre an older female; I need to talk to you!" She grabbed Hanim and dragged her out of the room. The others glanced at each other.

"Whatís eating her?" T.J. asked.

"Probably Darkonda, as usual," the Cryptkeeper said. "Sheís......getting pretty close to him."

Jenny dragged Hanim into her room. "Hanim, youíve gotta help me!"

"Whatís wrong?" Hanim asked.

"Darkonda asked me if I want to go on a honeymoon with him," Jenny replied.

"Well.....do you want to go?"

"Well, yeah......but......Iím afraid."

"Thatís only natural."

"But the way I feel about Darkonda is ridiculous. I feel.....attracted to him......yet Iím still 16."

"Well.....you may not be getting any older, but you are still maturing," Hanim explained.

"What does maturity have to do with this?" Jenny asked.

"In other words, your sudden sexual attraction towards Darkonda is a step forward for you," Hanim said.

Jenny laughed. "Oh please.....towards HIM??"

"Well.....you do have that drop of evil in your blood. Like I said, itís normal to feel this way at this point......although the guy youíre referring to is not so normal. And Iíll admit, he does have a nice body....."

Jenny laughed. "I cannot believe you just said that!"

"Neither can I."

"So if itís a step forward, I should go on this honeymoon?"

Hanim nodded.

"Okay, Iíll go; maybe itíll calm me down," Jenny said. "I just donít know how Iíll be able to look the Rangers in the eye again."

"Oh, youíll be able to. Our alliance is unbreakable."

Jenny walked down the hall on the way back to the jump tube room.

"Darkonda.....oh great; now I canít even stop saying his name aloud," she mumbled. "Hmm.....Darkonda......catchy name......Darkonda......"

She entered the jump tube room laughing. She went to her locker and picked up her wedding necklace, then stood in front of the yellow jump tube. She paused as the image of Darkondaís leering face became vivid in her mind. Before she realized it, she was hyperventilating. The Rangers stared at her in complete bewilderment.

"Jenny.....are you okay?" T.J. asked.

"Huh?" Jenny came to her senses. "Yeah.....Iím fine. Iím gonna go.....out.....for a while....be.....back.....later."

She hurriedly hopped through the tube. Hanim entered the room with an embarrassed grin on her face.

"Hanim, whatís going on with her?" Andros asked.

"You donít want to know," Hanim said. "And sheíll freak out if you find out."

* * *

Jenny arrived at the park in sheer excitement. She was startled to find herself alone. She looked around nervously.

"Hello? Darkonda?"

Nothing.

"Oh well," Jenny thought. "Thisíll give me some more time to think. Hmm...."

First, she thoroughly studied physical features in her mind. Then she could hear his evil laugh in her mind; boy, did it sound good! Jenny laughed briefly herself.

"Oh, Darkonda....."

Then she thought about all the different events theyíd been through: The first time they met, the time Jenny snuck into the planet Onyx in disguise, the dinner date, the unexpected wedding!

"Ooh, weíve had a lot of good times together!" Jenny hopped up, tapping her heels together and giggling. As she danced, she spun around and bumped into Darkonda, who was standing right behind her. She screamed and staggered back again, feeling embarrassed.

"So, have you come to a decision, mílove?" Darkonda asked.

"Um.....yeah," Jenny replied, breathing heavily to calm herself. "I-I-Iíll go.....with you.....but.....but......Iím scared."

"Oh, itís only natural," Darkonda told her, stepping closer. "But fear not, it will be wonderful."

Jenny tightened her fists, trying to control her urges. "Stay strong," she thought to herself. "I canít let this feeling get the best of me....."

Darkonda snuck around behind her and wrapped his arms around her. "Shall we be off?"

"Okay....." Jenny stammered.

"Let the honeymoon begin!" The odd couple vanished from the park.

* * *

Jenny suddenly found herself on some sort of tunnel slide. It traveled left and right with a lot of wacky turns and drops. When she reached the end, she flew into a dusty old room where Darkonda caught her in his arms. Jenny let out a sigh of relief while Darkonda stood there laughing.

"What was that?" Jenny asked.

"Oh, it was just for fun," Darkonda told her.

Jenny looked around the room. It was large and empty, with only a bed and an organ.....and a lot of cobwebs. Darkonda released Jenny.

"Whew! Itís creepy in here!" she said.

"Do not be frightened, my dear," Darkonda assured her. "Youíre with me, and nothingís going to happen."

"What are we going to do in here?"

"Oh, I thought we might get a little.....comfortable."

Jenny wondered what exactly he meant. "Comfortable?"

Darkonda raised an arm and fired some soft power at the organ, which caused it to play romantic music on its own. Jenny gasped in surprise.

"Whoa.....this isnít happening."

Darkonda stepped toward Jenny, who backed up all the way to the corner of the room.

"Wait, wait, wait; Iím not ready yet!" she stammered.

"Ah, cornered; I like this," Darkonda said.

He reached out and gently grasped both of Jennyís hands. Jenny, once again trying to fight her emotions, found herself squeezing his hands tightly and beyond his comfort.

"Ow......a little easy on the hands, will you?" he told her.

"Oh.....um.....sorry......" Jenny muttered.

Darkonda pulled her even closer, putting her arms around him. He embraced her and moved toward the center of the room. Jenny refused to wrap her arms around him, so she just held her arms out. She listened closely to the organ music and figured that there was no point in resisting, so she got the nerve to put her arms around Darkonda. The ambitious bounty hunter relished the feeling of her trembling body against him as he listened to her heavy breathing. He could tell that she was still nervous.

"See, isnít this great?" he asked.

"Um......yeah......" Jenny said.

*I canít believe Iím doing this!* she thought.

"You know, isnít this just like your relationship with another human?" Darkonda asked.

"I wouldnít know; Iíve never had a relationship with another human," Jenny told him.

Darkonda was shocked. "What!? A beautiful Earthling such as yourself shouldíve swept all the humans off their feet."

"Well, apparently, the other humans didnít find me beautiful," Jenny explained. "You know what they say; beauty is only in the eye of the beholder."

"Then I must say that it is a honor to be your first."

They both fell into silence for a few minutes as they continued their slow dance. Then Jenny got a question.

"Darkonda.......are you sure about this Emperor of Evil thing?"

"Yes, Iím sure. Why?"

"Well......my mother was in a car accident years ago, and until I found out that Astronema was my mother, I believed she was dead. The question is, did she really survive the crash, or is she a walking zombie, like us?"

"I canít be certain, but what does this have to do with being Emperor of Evil?" Darkonda asked.

"Well.....if Astronemaís dead, then sheíll never.....die, then Iíll never inherit the throne......not that I want to, anyway," Jenny told him.

"Hmm......" Darkonda thought for a moment. "Ah, what the hell? Either way, Iíll still have you."

Jenny burst into nervous laughter. Her eyes began to water. Darkonda could feel her trembling again.

"Will you please stop trembling and relax?"

"I donít know," Jenny stammered, wiping the water from her eyes. "Iím just not accustomed to this!"

"Perhaps we should pick up the pace." Darkonda extended an arm toward the organ and the music sped up. Then he took Jenny out of his embrace and twirled her around. She wasnít sure how she felt about this. Then Darkonda picked her up, held her above his head and spun around.

"Whoa......Darkonda......slow down!" she gasped.

Darkonda felt obliged to put her down and release her completely. Jenny spun around in dizziness, lost her balance, and fell down. She feebly got back on her feet as Darkonda approached again. He made his way behind her and gave her his bear hug again. Then he moved to the edge of the bed and sat down.

"Nervous, my dear?" he asked.

"Of course," Jenny replied.

"Hmm.....Elgar was right about you. You are the second shyest Spice member."

"Yes, I am. Hard to believe, isnít it?"

"Especially hard to believe, since you lead your team to victory so well."

Jenny was speechless now. After a few minutes, Darkonda released her again, and they both stood up. Darkonda started toward a door.

"Donít go anywhere. I will return momentarily."

He walked into the room. Jenny looked around the now silent room. She clasped her hands together and began thinking.

*Wow.....Hanim was right. He does have a nice body.....* she thought. *Wait, wait, stop it! Must fight it......this is NOT how I feel about him!!!*

Jenny looked down and noticed something protruding from under the bed. She grabbed it, and it turned out to be a sword. This gave her an idea. Anyway, she moved over to the organ and pressed the keys at random, with no particular tune in mind.

In the next room, Darkonda could hear the noise from the organ. He was pouring some sort of wine into two glasses. Then he took a small vial and poured a blue liquid into both of them. Then he returned to the big bedroom. Jenny was still playing with the organ. She sat down on the bench, but it wasnít strong enough to hold her weight. The legs broke, dumping Jenny on the ground. The Spice leader didnít bother to get up.

"Interesting musical prowess, my love," Darkonda said. "Whereíd that sword come from?"

"I found it under the bed." Jenny stood up. "So.....you wanna.....go for it?"

"You mean......?" Darkonda began.

"Itís one of my strongest beliefs," Jenny told him. "Nothing keeps a relationship alive like a good fight."

"Yes......I do believe you are right....." Darkonda set the glasses down, drew his own sword, and pointed it at her.

"Be careful; I stink with a sword," Jenny told him, taking her basic fighting stance.

"Of course," Darkonda said. "Not to worry, my love; I wonít hurt you....."

They stood completely still, awaiting for the other to attack.....

* * *

The others were back at the Astro Megaship doing whatever they felt like doing. A group of Spices were playing basketball on the Simudeck. Earl, one of the few skilled players in the group, had the ball. He dribbled it past the others and they gathered around him and the hoop. Earl attempted a shot, but missed. All the Spices jumped to grab the ball, but it only bounced off their fingertips. The ball bounced around the hoop, but never went through. All the Spices jumped again, but the ball again bounced off their fingertips. This particular thing happened about ten more times as the Rangers stood by laughing. Finally, the Spices gave up.

"That does it; I quit!" the Cryptkeeper cried. "We stink at basketball."

"We stink at everything," Spinal added.

"The only things weíre good at are fighting, singing, and dancing," C.C. said.

"Hey, why donít you guys sing and dance for us?" Ashley suggested.

"Oh boy...." the Spices mumbled at once.

"Uh, weíll just dance," the Cryptkeeper said.

He put in the "Mortal Kombat: Annihilation" Soundtrack into a CD player, and played the second cut. The fast-beat heavy metal boomed and the Spices accompanied with quick dance steps and exercises. The Rangers were really impressed.....

* * *

Meanwhile, Jenny and Darkonda were still in the heat of battle. Again, Jenny ended up dodging most of Darkondaís sword attacks. She hopped onto the bed, losing her balance because of the soft mattress. Darkonda leaped after her. Jenny fell off the other side of the bed. Then she raced toward the door.

"Oh no, you donít, my little beauty," Darkonda said, not loud enough for his bride to hear.

He hopped off the bed, then leaped towards Jenny, grabbing her ankle, and sending her to the ground. Jenny rose her upper body from the ground.

"Iíve had enough," she said.

"That was a lovely workout," Darkonda said. "I hope youíre thirsty."

They both stood up, and Darkonda picked up the glasses. He handed one to Jenny.

"You look like the Coca-Cola kind of girl, but try this anyway," he said.

Jenny took the glass and looked inside suspiciously. "What is it?"

"Itís my favorite champagne. Come on, my beloved, say youíll try it." Darkonda placed his hand on her shoulder affectionately.

"Well.....okay."

"Bottoms up!"

They tapped their glasses together. Jenny hesitated briefly before drinking. She and her husband drank simultaneously. When the glasses were empty, Darkonda set both of them aside.

"So what do you think?" he asked.

"Itís......tangy," Jenny said with a nervous chuckle.

"I knew youíd like it." Darkonda suddenly embraced Jenny, startling her. This time, she was much quicker in returning the embrace. Absent-minded, she ran her hand up Darkondaís back, then felt all the tiny horns on top of his head. After a few minutes, her eyes began to feel heavy. She let out a weary sigh. Darkonda pulled her away to look into her brown eyes.

"Something wrong, angel?" he asked.

"Not really......I just feel sleepy all of a sudden," Jenny told him.

"Perhaps you should sit down," her husband suggested.

They sat on the floor together. Jenny continued to feel somewhat dizzy as she clutched her head. She sighed again.

"Man, this love stuff is really tiring," she said.

"Yes, it can be, especially if youíre a beginner," Darkonda explained. "But believe me, youíre doing well."

Jenny just groaned as she lay back on the floor and closed her eyes, sinking deep into the spider webs of sleep. Darkonda grinned.

"Sleep well, my dear," he said sweetly.

He crawled over to her and examined her carefully. He saw that her fingers were twitching slightly, and he knew that she was trying to wake up, but the potion that he had slipped into the champagne wouldnít allow it. Darkonda stood up and lifted Jenny into his arms. He carried her over to the bed and carefully placed her down. Then he straightened himself and looked down at her again, concentrating at her different physical features. Darkonda reached down and touched her forehead, brushing some of her hair away from her eyes.

"You look so beautiful in your sleep," he muttered......

* * *

Ruth walked straight up to Spinal, who was once again sleeping. She woke him up gently.

"Hmm.....what is it?" he grumbled with a yawn.

"Boy, you get tired, donít you?" Ruth asked.

"Yeah, but try walking the Earth for 2,000 years and see how you feel," Spinal told her.

"Anyway.....I wanted to hear more about.......Fulgore," Ruth continued. "How exactly did he torture you?"

"In the weirdest ways, Iíll tell you that," Spinal explained. "There was a time when he chained me down to a stretch rack and covered my body with oatmeal, brown sugar, nuts, raisins, bread crumbs, and bird seed. Then he just opened the windows, and the birds came in and just pecked at me!"

Ruth laughed. "Thatís hilarious!"

"And humiliating."

"What else did he do?"

"Uh.....there was a time when he tied me down and piled a bunch of heavy bricks on me. And then there was when he hung me up and dipped me into a pot of boiling water...."

"Wow. And you didnít do a thing to resist?"

"I couldnít. I was never able to escape Fulgore," Spinal said. "But even though he tortured me, he was the best friend I had in those days. He was both my torturer and protector."

"Now THAT doesnít make sense," Ruth said.

"Nothing makes sense around me."

"Gee......Jennyís been gone an awfully long time. I hope nothingís happened to her."

"Sheíll be fine," Spinal assured her. "She can handle anything, even that sneaky husband of hers. With that drop of evil in her blood, sheís capable of anything."

"Even betraying us...." Ruth trailed off.

"No, she wouldnít. Weíve known her long before she discovered that drop. A little discovery shouldnít change her loyalty."

"I just think we should be alert," Ruth warned.

"I hate to be suspicious of our own leader," Spinal said. "Sheís been leading the group to victory for five years now. Although we didnít actually join forces with the Power Rangers until we first came out into space."

"How is that possible?"

"Well, weíd let the Rangers go after the monster, and if they have trouble, theyíd teleport to the Command Center/Power Chamber or whatever; then weíd step in and slow the monster down. If we end up killing it, we end up killing it. Everybody used to think that we were trying to outdo the Power Rangers, but that was never true."

"Hmm......the Rangers must have been worried," Ruth said.

"You got that right. Anyway, Jenny canít betray us; sheís too busy showing the scum of the universe no mercy!!" Spinal started to get carried away. "Sheís doing this honor for her dad......and trying to avenge his death."

"What happened to her dad?"

"Uh......Iíd better let her tell you that story. She hates it when people find out things about her from other peopleís mouths. Anyway, are you still curious about Fulgore, or have you heard enough?"

"No, tell me more!" Ruth pleaded. "What happened to Fulgore?"

"Well, even cyborgs get old eventually, and thatís what happened to him," Spinal explained. "He rusted and fell apart, leaving me alone in the world. No guidance, nothing to strive for......just all the time in the world and nothing to do with it."

"And then you eventually found the Spice Club, I assume?"

"Yeah. I just walked right into their house; I didnít think anyone was living there. C.K. begged for me to join the group, and I had nothing better to do, so I did."

"I see....."

* * *

Darkonda paced back and forth across the room watching Jenny sleep. Remembering Elgarís advice, he didnít want to do anything harsh with her. Darkonda knew exactly when his sleeping potion would wear off, and it was almost time. He approached Jenny and caressed the edge of her face. Then she let out a groan. She sighed comfortably, then rubbed her eyes. Finally, she opened her eyes and looked directly at Darkonda.

"Darkonda......what happened?" she asked.

"You passed out on me," Darkonda told her.

"I.......I did?" Jenny asked.

Darkonda nodded. "It may have been that champagne you tried. It can have bizarre effects on a human."

"Call me cautious if you want to," Jenny said. "But better safe than sorry."

"Oh, youíre definitely safe with me. Count on it."

Jenny sighed as she stood up.

"Tell me, how do you feel?" Darkonda asked.

"I feel better now." Jenny suddenly hugged him. She still felt a tad weak. The couple moved toward the center of the room.

"Iím curious....." Darkonda began. "Is what you wrote in that diary true? You seemed to be relieved beyond words when you discovered that you saved my life."

"Well....yeah.....itís just because I.....I....." Jenny fought her feelings again, squeezing Darkonda tightly.

*Donít say it!* she thought to herself. *Donít you dare say it! You donít want to know how heíll react!*

"You what?" Darkonda asked.

"Itís just that I......didnít want you to die," Jenny finally said.

*There; thatís good enough,* she thought.

"Oh my, look at the time!" Darkonda cried.

Jenny looked around, but there was no clock or watch in sight. "Where?"

"It is getting late. Let us make a brief visit to the Dark Fortress. I have a few stories about Ecliptor to tell your mother."

"Well.....okay."

They both disappeared from the room and reappeared in the Dark Fortress. Jenny snuck around for a place to hide and bumped into Elgar.

"Hey, baby!" he yelled.

"Shh!" Jenny snapped.

"So, how was it?"

"It was.....fun. Elgar, Iím surprised that you havenít tried to.....break us up."

"Nah. Darkonda deserves you far more than I do," Elgar admitted.

"Ecliptor, I know the truth about you," Darkonda said. "Sheíll throw us both into the nearest black hole when she finds out."

"Oooh, this I gotta see," Jenny grinned as she went to her husbandís side.

"Not if I destroy you here and now!" Ecliptor shouted, pointing his sword at Darkonda.

Jenny let out a brief shriek as Astronema stormed into the room. The evil queen first noticed Jenny standing there.

"What are you doing here?" she demanded.

"We just returned from a honeymoon, my queen," Darkonda explained. "We had a wonderful time."

Jenny nodded with a little doubt.

"Astronema, listen to me....." Ecliptor began.

"No way!" Astronema yelled. "Darkonda will always be your equal!"

"What!?"

Darkonda and Jenny both laughed at Ecliptorís reaction.

"Well, I gotta go. Bye-bye." Jenny gave Darkonda a peck on the cheek. When she tried to kiss Astronema goodbye, the evil queen aimed her staff at her daughter.

"Donít come near me."

"Okay, Mom," Jenny grumbled as she started out of the Dark Fortress hanging her head. Along the way, she paused and pondered again. She clenched her fists, then gave up. "No......I canít fight it anymore. I canít stand it!! AAAAAAHHHH!!!"

The hot-blooded girl rushed out of the Dark Fortress.

"Hmm.....whatís with her?" Elgar asked.

"If you ask me, Iíd say that our marriage is working out perfectly," Darkonda replied with an evil chuckle.

* * *

Jenny returned to the Astro Megaship. Andros and Carlos sat around the table practically doing nothing. Jenny paused again, staring at nothing in particular with a slight smile on her face. Then she walked out of the room.

"Hello, handsome boys," she said as she passed the two Rangers.

They just stared at her and shook their heads. Jenny went into another random room where Hanim, Ruth, Spinal, Hallie, C.C., and the Cryptkeeper were fooling around.

"So......I see youíre back," Hanim said. "How did it go? Are you satisfied now?"

"Yeah......for now," Jenny said. "Wow, it was great. Um.....thatís all I can say....."

"Jenny, can I ask you something?" Ruth asked. "Spinal mentioned your dad earlier today, and he said that I should ask you what happened to him."

Jenny sighed. "I really donít want to talk about it at the moment. I just realized something.......and I donít want to talk about that either."

"Let me guess; you just realized that your marriage to Darkonda is working out perfectly," Hanim said.

"Totally."

"Ah......" the others mumbled.

"But think of this," Jenny explained. "After those incidents with Reggie and Ivan Ooze, itís decided that Darkonda is truly my special someone......even if he is pure evil."

The Rangers came into the room dribbling a basketball.

"Hey, you never did finish your game," T.J. said.

"Oh no," the Cryptkeeper said. "Forget it, forget it."

"What happened?" Jenny asked.

"We canít play," Spinal told her. "We stink."

"You guys went and played basketball without me?"

"Well.....yeah," the Cryptkeeper said.

"How Ďbout if we play against these Rangers?" Jenny suggested.

"Weíll lose!" Hallie cried.

"So? Itís not about winning or losing; itís about playing the damn game!" Then Jenny looked around and smiled at her teammates. "So, come on, people! I want you all to get up off your bums, cause itís time to get busy!"

The other Spices didnít move. Spinal shot the leader a look.

"You are so evil," he said.

Jenny gave him a confused look. "Me, evil?"

The Spices left the room, as well as Ashley, Cassie, and T.J. Carlos looked at Jenny.

"Look, donít worry about it," he said. "We all know that youíre not evil."

Jenny looked at Carlos with a wicked grin. "Oh yeah.....?" She let out an evil laugh. Androsí eyes widened as he tumbled out of the room. Carlos followed.

"Hey, I was kidding!" Jenny called.

The poor girl shrugged as she proceeded to the deck to play basketball (even though she was as clumsy as the other Spices).

So Darkonda and Jenny turned out to be the perfect match after all. However, Jenny continued to fight for good, and Darkonda fought for evil. They still fight each other.....knowing that theyíll all have a good time!

The End... for now

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