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A Disney Duck Fanfic:

Instead of being purely based on one entity, this story takes background from Classic Donald Duck cartoons, Ducktales, and Darkwing Duck.


Written By

Stef With a F


Disclaimers:

Disney owns most of these characters. Dumbella's past as Bella Widgeon is mine, as are the characters of Melanie Widgeon, Cindy Ganderquack, Jeffery Ruddy, Ronnie and Lisa Mallard, and whomever else I mention in the future.

Author Note:

This story is sequel of sorts to the story Back to the Nest. You should be able to catch the bulk of the story without reading Back to the Nest, but it would give you more background on Bella Widgeon. Though, if you plan on reading Back to the Nest, this story reveals a major spoiler or two. Besides, I would love to know what you think. This story is rated PG-13 for adult themes, but nothing really major. I'm just being on the safe side. Most of these chapters will most likely be PG.


Chapter 1


"Launchpad?" called out sixteen year old Gosalyn Mallard. "When are you going to tell us about this mystery woman you have been dating?"

Launchpad was combing his feathers in front of a mirror.

"Whatever are you talking about?" Launchpad said, feigning stupidity.

Gosalyn placed her hands on her hips.

"You are not tricking me Launchpad," she retorted. "You are giving too much care to your appearance for a normal night. You are going on a date."

"Okay you got me. Don't tell your father, okay kiddo?" Launchpad requested.

Gosalyn raised an eyebrow. She shrugged her shoulders.

"Alright," she replied. "I don't understand why you are being so secretive but that's your choice. Where is everyone else anyway?"

"They took the kids to the fair tonight. Why didn't you go?"

"Oh, hanging out with Dad, Morgana, Ronnie, and Lisa on a Saturday night. It's my favorite thing to do!"

Launchpad shook his head.

"You used to love hanging out with your dad."

"But kiddie rides with a three and four year-old? I'll pass."

"I'm heading out, are you going be alright by yourself?" Launchpad asked.

Gosalyn nodded.

"I'll be fine. Have fun on your date," Gosalyn said.

Gosalyn waved as Launchpad went out the door.

Gosalyn locked the door.

"Okay he's gone," she said.

"About time," said a male voice.

"Oh, I'm sorry Huey, I thought the house was empty for the night. You know Launchpad he loves a fair!" Gosalyn shouted.

Huey laughed.

"Yeah."

Huey placed his arms around Gosalyn's waist, pulling her close to him.

Gosalyn gasped. Huey surprised her.

"Now we can be alone," Huey continued.

Gosalyn wrapped her arms around Huey's shoulders. Then gave Huey a kiss.

"So, did you get that new DVD you were telling me about?" she asked.

"Yup!" He said, pointing to his gym bag.

Gosalyn jumped up in midair.

"Keen Gear! Scream 4: Randy Returns. My Dork Dad wouldn't let me see this!"

"Well, he isn't home now, is he?" Huey stated.

Gosalyn shook her head.

"Nope!"


Launchpad parked his car at the Chi Chi's parking lot. He did a last minute hair and feather comb, and then came out of his car.

He walked in and met up to the hostess.

"May I help you?" the hostess asked.

"Yes miss, thank you. Do you know if Bella Widgeon has shown up yet?" Launchpad replied.

The hostess looked down at her clipboard.

"Yes, she is. You must be Mr. McQuack," the hostess responded.

Launchpad nodded. "That's me."

"Let me show you to your table," the hostess said.


To Be Continued


Author Note:

I don't own Scream either. And yes this is short. But this is kind of an introduction. Please tell me what you think!


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