What is it like to have a group of friends who genuinely care for you? Well Jenna Rolan is certain that this Squip squad isn't how a group of friends works. It shouldn't be so hard to speak her mind. She shouldn't need to feel left out. She shouldn't feel like she's only here because of the Squicident!
Michael Mell was not sure how this group came to be. All he does know is that he doesn't really fit in. He hardly speaks with any of the members. Honestly, Michael isn't even sure whether he and Jere are friends now. He just seems to be disconnected from everyone. Feeling that he's only apart of their squad out of pity then of them actually wanting him here. It doesn't help that even with his "best friend" he can't rid himself of this sense of lonesome.
Rich Goranski wouldn't for the life of him trade his friends for anything, but sometimes it just feels like no one understands him. Sometimes they treat him like a fragile piece of glass, while other times they seem to ruthlessly point out his mistakes. He's getting tired of acting like he hasn't noticed their attitude towards him. Getting tired of smiling when all he really wants is to sob his heart out. Is this really what friendship should be?