(Sorry for skipping over you, Ted, but I don't want no blowy-uppy.)
Kimmy's pride was in desperate need of repair. A kid who could barely see past his own hand was waving a gun in her face and she was letting him push her around. She was letting Noname, who's name was apparently 'Jim', make a fool of her. As much as she wanted to kick the kid's ass, she knew she wouldn't stand a chance. He had a gun and already proved that he was ready to shoot at her any minute, which he would obviously do if she tried to attack him.
And then there was Eddie. He was making it so incredibly hard for her to hate him, despite the fact that she was trying so hard to do just that. It was amazingly selfless of him to stand up for her when she had hurt him. In the very back of her head, Kimmy wondered what it would of been like if they had met under better circumstances. Would they would've been friends?
Kimmy quickly dismissed the thought. She couldn't be thinking of things that weren't ever going to happen. It would just make things ten times harder when it actually came time to do the task at hand. She'd have to kill sooner or later to be able to get home and she wanted that way more than she wanted friends... right?
"You can put your hands down now,"
Thankfully 'Jim' spoke up and interrupted the girl's thoughts, but he was ordering her around again. Kimmy's eyes narrowed into a glare as she stared at the blind boy. She wasn't sure if he could see how displeased she was, but she tried as hard as she could to telepathically send the message or the vibe or whatever- she didn't care as long as the boy knocked it off.
He obviously didn't receive the message, because a second later the stupid boy questioned her relationship with Eddie. This sent her over the edge of annoyance. Did he think he was some police officer or something? Someone that could question someone and point a gun at them all willy-nilly?
"Don't tell me what to do," Kimmy's voice became sharp as a dagger as she stared the boy down, hoping that she could intimidate him even the littlest bit. "Just fuck off and go die somewhere, you handicapped dickhead."
As if some karmic force was out to set things right, a distinct beeping noise began to emanate from her metal collar. Her heart felt heavy in her chest and she began to panic. This place wasn't a danger-zone! They weren't stupid enough to walk into a danger-zone, right?! Her breathing was quick and she could feel herself getting lightheaded. She did the only thing she could do and ran for her life, literally.
(Kimmy Redmond continued One By One