(KABERLE is near the edge of a breakdown)
KABERLE: (To self) but I can't hurt my teammates for my own advancement! Such is not my way—it is so cruel and barbaric not to mention messy...
TUCKER:(to self, hiding behind a bush) heh, heh, heh, “only the good die young”, I said. HA! I can't believe how easy it was to get Death. It was like beating twelve Sean Averys at once! Wait a second—is that...Kabs? How is Mr. Ferdinand the Bull still alive? He couldn't—
KABERLE: --hurt a fly. But I suppose I must do what I...must. And I must expand my vocabulary. Hold on...did I hear something behind this bush (sees TUCKER moving)
TUCKER: Um...no, just your imagination.
KABERLE: I didn't want to hurt you, Darcy, but I have to do something (TUCKER attempts to fight KABERLE, but he finds that he is already a ghost and therefore cannot grasp anything)
TUCKER:KABS! Wait! I'm already dead!
(cut to DR. SHRINKSKY'S office)
BETTMAN:...and that's when I wake up.
DR. SHRINKSKY:Now, how does that make you feel, Gary? (a Rambo-ized KABERLE bursts in through the door brandishing an Uzi)
KABERLE: I. Don't. CARE. about his feelings.
BETTMAN:Kaberle? I—but, where did you come from?
KABERLE:I snuck in through a plot hole. How else would I get in here? And how DARE you put me and my team throught that terrible island and write it all off as “just a dream!” How DARE you use such a trite cliche!But now, it'll be ok. I can avenge the deaths of my comradesand it will all be al right, somehow.
BETTMAN:Tomas, there's about five people reading this blog, I don't think using a cop-out ending is such a huge deal--
DR. SHRINKSKY:Mr., Kaberle, could you put down the gun, please
KABERLE: Oh, I'll put the gun down...later (bloodbath ensues)
Tomas Kaberle survived the island a changed and shaken man. His darker side emerged and he re-entered the world a wanted man. He decided to seek out those who had done him wrong. More importantly, he learned to run. And so he ran...and our story is finished