"Hey Sockhead!" said Eddy."Yes, Eddy?" replied Edd."You're supposed to be helping us find a baseball, not sitting around daydreaming!""I know Eddy, I just can't stop thinking about her.""Who, Nazz?" asked Eddy, "Back off she's mine!""Umm, yes, will do Eddy.""Is it just me or are the yolk crabs jumping all around?" asked Ed."Ed's tired Eddy, can't we go inside?" asked Edd."No!" Eddy yelled, "Not until we find that baseball!""I still don't understand what giving Sarah a baseball will do for us.""We give Sarah the baseball, she gives us cash!" drooled Eddy."We've tried this before Eddy!" said Edd, "These things don't just work without some sort of incentive!""How is incense gonna help us?""Not incense, incentive!" said Edd, motioning to a familiar purple rabbit."What's Mr. Yum Yum doing here?" asked Eddy."Perhaps the fallout from the atomic force of the invisible Globulon 9 spacestar caused it to explode in Jimmy's face and then rematerialize perfectly intact at this very spot!" said Ed."I do believe that's the first time you've called the rabbit by its given name Eddy.""Uh, yeah well, uh, just trying to be hip with the peanut gallery and all that, uh..." he paused, "I'm getting tired, let's go inside.""Perhaps that incentive is a bit more valuable than I thought," noted Edd as he picked up Mr. Yum Yum, "better take this with me."
Ding dong! ... Ding dong! ... DINGDONGDINGDONGDing Dong!
"WHAAAAAAAAAAAT?" asked Sarah.
"Hi there Sarah, do you want this baseball?" asked Eddy.
"NO!" said Sarah.
"Well, you can have it for just a measly..." SLAM! Sarah slammed the door, flattening Eddy, who peels off it. "...quarter."
"What do we do now!?" yelled Eddy.
"We sit, and we wait." said Edd, who pulled out an encyclopedia and began to read.
"Those idiots sure know how to be anNOYing!" said Sarah.
"What was the scam this time?" asked Jimmy.
"Some stupid baseball." said Sarah, but Jimmy was staring out the window. Eddy was clutching none other than Mr. Yum Yum!
"Mr. Yum Yum!" cried Jimmy, who opened the door and leaped for the rabbit. Eddy lifted it out of his grasp.
"Ah ah ahh!" said Eddy. "First, you gotta buy this baseball."
"NO!" said Sarah again.
"Five dollars!" said Jimmy who snatched the ball and the rabbit leaving a $5 note in their place. "I think you can make use of this." Jimmy handed Sarah the baseball. An insidious look immediately formed across her wide lips. She began winding her arm up until it became a blur.
"Uh, Eddy!" said Edd.
"Not now, I'm staring at this money!" Eddy replied naively. Sarah pitched the ball which sent Eddy hurtling down the lane. The five dollars fluttered down onto the sidewalk. Jimmy reached for it, but Edd snatched it before he could.
"I'll take that!" said Edd in his greater-than-thou voice, "You're the real scam artists this time, 25 cents was a very affordable price for a baseball. Let's go Ed." They turned on their heels and walked off.
~ To be continued. ~