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Scooter's Story 1Scooter smiled as the final first season show came to a close. Jim was grinning like crazy. Scooter high-fived. "Well, that's a wrap." Jim smiled.Scooter's Story 1 by ErikaRBarker
"Great job," Richard said allowing Scooter to jump into his arms.
Jim smiled he was glad Richard was getting along with one of the Muppets. Fozzie was telling a joke to Frank and Kermit was with Jim spying on Scooter and Richard.
"Hey Scooter you and I should do a duet," Richard said giving the teen's shoulders a squeeze.
"Ya mean it?" Scooter asked.
"Yeah," Richard said grinning. He was a huge role model to Scooter. The fourteen year old Muppet and the 26 year old were inseparable. Scooter was grinning ear to ear as Janice pulled him into a dance. The rest of Electric Mayhem started playing loudly. Jim started laughing.
"They're having fun." Jim grinned.
"Yeah, I haven't seen Scooter have this much fun in awhile."
"Neither have I," Jim admitted.
"I haven't seen him this happy since he and I went looking for the Phantom of the Muppet Show."
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