"You must be cheating," Craig said.
"No I'm not," Danielle Mager said. They were playing a game of Pac-Man.
"Damn it! I was going to get that," Craig whined after Danielle's character got the energizer pellet.
"Sucker. You've been getting the power balls the entire time. It's my turn," Danielle said as her character got two ghosts. "Shit, the power is wearing off," she said. "Damn it," she said when her character lost its life, resulting in the game ending.
"Sucks to be you. You died more than I did," Craig teased.
"Shut up," Danielle said. "Rematch?" she asked.
"I don't have anymore quarters," Craig told her.
"Shit, neither do I," Danielle said, and they both turned to look at Token, who was watching Clyde playing Whack-A-Mole.
Token turned to face Danielle and Craig, then rolled his eyes. "This is the fifth time, you guys," he said as he placed some quarters in the machine.
"Thanks," Danielle and Craig said as they started playing again. "I'm gonna win this time," Danielle teased.
"Keep dreaming," Craig teased back.
"Come on, Clyde! You got this! Whack them all!" Token said, cheering Clyde on.
"They're getting faster!" Clyde said as he whacked the moles.
"Finally! I won for once!" Danielle said.
"Damn it, Dani!" Craig whined.
"GAH! This is way too much pressure!" everyone heard Tweek yell.
"Let's go see what's going on," Danielle said.
"Yeah," Craig said, and they both went to where Tweek was, with Clyde and Token following behind.
The four of them saw Tweek on a Dance Dance Revolution machine, freaking out.
"Oh man! This is way too much pressure! What if I trip and fall?! What if I die?! What if something pops out of the screen and eats me?! AAH!" Tweek shrieked.
"Tweek, you'll be fine. We'll be cheering for you," Craig said.
"Ok! GAH!" Tweek said. The song "Heaven" by DJ Sammy started playing, and Tweek started dancing, while freaking out. Surprisingly, he was really good, not missing a single beat.
"Go Tweek!" Danielle cheered as she clapped. She then looked at Craig and elbowed him.
"What?" Craig asked.
Danielle smirked. "When are you going to tell him how you feel?" she asked.
"I don't know, I'll wait until we get back to school, I guess," Craig said.
"Really? You're going to wait till next week? Come on! Why don't you tell him tonight during our sleepover?" Danielle asked as she rolled her eyes. "I mean, you should see the way he looks at you. He blushes when he looks at you and when he talks to you," she added.
"Damn it, Targaryen. I'll just wait until we get back to school," Craig said.
"Ok, whatever you say, Tucker. Just know that Token is throwing a party next Friday. I guess it would be to celebrate surviving the first week of hell known as school. Maybe you can finally confess your love for Tweek," Danielle said. "And by the way, stop calling me Targaryen," she added.
"Sorry, Targaryen," Craig said. Danielle just flipped him off, and Craig did the same to her.
Danielle's phone rang. It was a call from Wendy.
"Hey Wendy," Danielle answered.
"Hey Dani. Where are you at? Bebe and I are at Sephora and we want you to come with us, so the three of us can go makeup shopping together," Wendy said.
"I'm at the arcade with Craig, Token, Clyde, and Tweek. If you want, I can go to Sephora now, and I'll just come back to the guys later. I need a new eyeliner and mascara anyways," Danielle said.
"Alright, we'll see you later," Wendy said.
"Yep, see ya," Danielle said, then both girls said their goodbyes and hung up. She looked at the guys. "Hey guys, I'm gonna go to Sephora and meet Wendy and Bebe there. I'll come back when I'm done," she said to them.
"Ok," Craig and Token said.
"Oh, so you're ditching us now? I see how it is," Clyde said.
"I said I'll be back," Danielle said.
"I know, I was just messing with you," Clyde said.
"Just give us a call when you're done. Or when we decide to leave the arcade and go somewhere else, we'll let you know," Token said.
"Alright thanks. I'll see you guys later," Danielle said.
"See ya," the guys said. Danielle took a quick glance at Craig and noticed he was looking at Tweek's butt, and she smirked then left the arcade.
Once Danielle reached Sephora, she saw Wendy and Bebe and walked up to them.
"Hey girls," Danielle said.
"Dani! You made it!" Bebe cheered as she hugged Danielle. "Now let's start shopping," she added.
"There's, like, so many things to look at. Look at all the colors," Danielle said.
"I know, right? It just makes you want to buy the whole store," Wendy said.
"I know! I wish I could buy the whole store," Bebe said, and all three girls laughed.
"Where did Dani go?" Tweek asked as he stepped off the Dance Dance Revolution machine.
"She ditched us to go makeup shopping," Clyde said.
"Can we get something to eat and drink?" Tweek asked.
"Sure. You did DDR for about half an hour, I'm sure it wore you out," Token said.
"I'm gonna text Targaryen that we're going to the food court," Craig said as he got out his phone to text Danielle.
"Why do you always call her that?" Clyde asked.
"Because her name is Dani," Craig said as he was on his phone, texting said girl.
'We're leaving the arcade to go to the food court. Tweek got hungry and thirsty.'
As Craig was going to put his phone in his pocket, his phone vibrated. He checked it and got a message from Danielle.
'Just got done shopping. I'm walking towards the arcade. I see you guys.'
"Hey," Craig said as he saw Danielle walk in.
"'Sup? You guys ready to go?" Danielle asked.
"Yeah. I want Taco Bell," Clyde said.
"And I need coffee!" Tweek squealed.
"Come on guys. Let's go," Token said, then the five of them left the arcade and went to the food court.
"I said I wanted coffee but you didn't get me coffee!" Tweek whined as he held a cup of Mountain Dew Baja Blast Freeze. Token and Craig had the same drink as Tweek, while Clyde and Danielle had the Strawberry Starburst Freeze.
"Just try it, Tweek. It's so good," Clyde said, sipping his pink drink.
"But coffee!" Tweek said.
"Please, Tweek. It's a really good drink. Please give it a try," Craig said, taking a sip of his green drink. And since when did Craig say please? He never says please.
"Well, ok," Tweek said as he tried his drink. "Hey! This is pretty good!" he said as he drank more.
"See? I told you," Danielle said.
"Is it better than coffee?" Token asked.
"Coffee is still way better! But I love this drink," Tweek said as he kept drinking.
"Be careful, try not to drink it so fast," Craig warned.
"Why not?" Tweek said as he almost emptied his cup, then he clutched his head. "AAH! Something's wrong!" he said as he held onto his head.
"It's brain freeze," Clyde said.
"What?! It froze my brain?! This is way too much pressure!" Tweek cried as he grabbed his hair.
"Tweek, it's ok. We've all had brain freeze before. It's normal if you eat or drink something really cold. That's why I told you to be careful," Craig said.
"So I'm not dying?" Tweek asked.
"No, Tweek, you're not dying," Craig told him.
"We should see Spider-Man: Homecoming," Clyde said as he bit his taco.
"What are the times?" Token asked.
"There's actually one at 1:00, and there is another one at 6:30, but that is too late," Danielle said.
"What time is it now?" Craig asked.
"12:15," Danielle said.
"We still have plenty of time. If any of you have to use the bathroom, we have 45 minutes to go," Token said.
The group walked out of the movie theater, talking about the movie they just saw, as well as the other Spider-Man movies.
"I don't know about you guys, but I still prefer Tobey Maguire's version," Token said.
"Oh my god, I love Tobey Maguire!" Clyde said. "But I love his version because of Kirsten Dunst. She's hot as hell," he added.
"I prefer Andrew Garfield's version. Tobey Maguire was such a crybaby," Craig said.
"Hey! Don't hate on Tobey!" Clyde said.
"I like all versions, but Andrew Garfield's version was awesome. He's a great actor," Tweek said.
"Say what you guys want, Tom Holland's version is my favorite one. I mean, when Spider-Man stripped off his suit, I was like damn!" Danielle said.
"Yeah, we all had to listen to you fangirl the entire time," Craig said.
"I don't blame her. I mean, Spider-Man's got a nice body. If I was a girl, I would've done the same thing," Clyde said.