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"Full Circle: Part 4": Amy Smootster and Tim Foster struggle to stay afloat as Amy's foot-fluid fills the mine-shaft they're trapped in so that they can get closer to the entrance. Unfortunately, Amy runs out of 'juice,' and the monstr


Quote1 Tim, your ex saved our lives! We should hang out under her skirt more often! Quote2
-- Amy Smootster



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Synopsis for "Full Circle: Part 4"

Amy Smootster and Tim Foster struggle to stay afloat as Amy's foot-fluid fills the mine-shaft they're trapped in so that they can get closer to the entrance. Unfortunately, Amy runs out of 'juice,' and the monstrous microwaves below them are nipping at their ankles.
In the car, Nikki Foster and Tim (who has inexplicably appeared in two places at once) drive toward the mine-shaft. Tim begs Nikki to promise him that she wouldn't threaten to cause an explosion in order to make Amy be with her. Before she responds, the car suddenly crashes into a tree. Fortunately, neither is harmed much, and they walk the rest of the way.
Nikki tears off her sweater's sleeve, dangling it into the mine-shaft for Amy to grab on to. When her father responds from within the hole, Nikki becomes confused. She turns to the father standing beside her, and in confusion, drops the sleeve into the hole, leaving Amy and Tim to fend for themselves.
To Nikki's horror, the appearance of her father falls away to reveal her mother, whose head is now triangular. Her mother challenges her to name the shape, but Nikki refuses to admit that her mother is not a square. Her mother tells her to let out her anger. She explains that shapes aren't gay, straight, good, or bad - they're what people need them to be. Nikki can't handle it, and runs away, telling Amy to save herself.
Nikki's mother leaps down into the mine-shaft. She explains to Tim and Amy that Nikki's anger still holds her half-formed between worlds, and that the two of them are powerless until Nikki gets her crap together. With regard to the squares biting at their feet, she states that the squares feed off of resistance. Amy realizes this is true, and surrenders, sinking to the bottom. As she is surrounded by squares, she realizes that squares really don't have any inherent morality, and she allows them to commingle with her circles. The reaction sends both she and Tim rocketing through the sky on a stream of foot-fluid.
From the top of a tree, they see Nikki standing on the edge of a cliff. Nikki blames herself for her feelings, and takes a step forward, leaping over the edge.



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  • This book was first published on February 5, 2003.
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