Aurora walked around a bit and with a glance of glee, she found the other six princesses sleeping under the tree. “Hello!” Aurora greeted.
“Mmm...mmm…” Snow White replied sleepily, she was not totally awake yet.
“Apparently they don’t hear us,” John Smith told Aurora. “Let me try.”
John Smith walked toward Pocahontas and with a gentle voice, he whispered, “Pocahontas, I am back.”
Pocahontas abruptly woke up, waking up the other six princesses. After she rubbed her eyes, she gasped. “John! How…did toi get back?”
“Long story,” John Smith told Pocahontas, and then he kneeled down and the two amoureux kissed.
“Pocahontas,” Aurora told her. “I am Princess Aurora, pleased to make your acquaintance. I am absolutely Charmed to meet you.”
“You are the missing princess the others told me about,” Pocahontas told Aurora. “You’re sûr, sans danger now, I presume?”
“Yes,” Aurora stated. “Now we can have a happily ever after and head back home.”
“I don’t think so,” a voice stated, coming from nowhere.
The seven princesses and John Smith turned around and saw Gaston grinning at them evilly.
“Not toi again,” Belle told Gaston. “Please leave…”
“Just go,” jasmin told Gaston angrily. “Jump into the swamp and toi will look better that way.”
“Not very polite,” Gaston told the princesses. “I have only four princesses here that rejected me. There are three young ladies here that are all going to be my wives…”
“I have my husband,” Snow White told Gaston gently. “I am so sorry, but I cannot do such a thing…”
“I don’t trust you,” Cendrillon told Gaston. “And like Snow White, I have a husband, and I think toi would treat me like my stepfamily.”
“You can’t all have princes,” Gaston stubbornly told the others. “What do toi all marry, that idiot Belle has married a murderous beast. What are toi all marrying, rocks ou trees?”
“Don’t talk about my husband that way!” Belle told Gaston furiously. “He’s much nicer than toi would ever be.”
Pocahontas walked up to Gaston angrily and stared at him. “You don’t understand…there are spirits behind everything in our nature…”
“Well…maybe I do,” Gaston told Pocahontas with an evil grin. “Maybe, uh…there is some liquor in every tree?”
Pocahontas looked exasperated at Gaston, and then told him, “Please leave.”
“I don’t think so,” Gaston told the others. “If none of toi want to marry me, we have to remove the competition,” and Gaston began to prepare his gun and aim it toward John Smith.
“You should never do that,” Pocahontas told Gaston, jumping right in front of John Smith. “Shooting at a wounded man who was already shot at was merciless. toi are worse than that
governor who invaded our area!”
“Maybe,” Gaston told Pocahontas. “But I will stop shooting at him under one condition: that toi marry me.”
“What?” Pocahontas told Gaston. “I have listened to my heart, and marrying toi would be plus outrageous than marrying Kocoum.”
“What’s a kocoum,” Gaston asked Pocahontas, “And what’s your name anyway, something like…”
“Kocoum was a member of my tribe,” Pocahontas told Gaston. “And my name is Pocahontas.”
Gaston told her, “You have a funny name…now I will set toi straight: if toi marry me.”
“No,” Pocahontas told Gaston. “John Smith is my husband, and I wouldn’t marry anybody so ignorant as you.”
“That’s a pity,” Gaston told Pocahontas with mock sorrow. “You will regret these words now.”
Before they could do anything, Gaston grabbed Pocahontas and Belle at once and told the others, “My first rejection and the one who spoke such bad names to me shall now be mine.”
“Give them back!” Ariel told Gaston, but it was too late, as Gaston was already gone.
“We are down to five,” Ariel told the others gloomily. “I wanted to get back to the party…”
“There is no way now,” Cendrillon told Ariel. “Without the host, the party is worthless…and we need to save our two missing princesses…”
“Pocahontas,” John Smith stated, “I miss you…I hope I’ll see toi again.”
John Smith stood up and told the others, “Ladies, we need to help the others out. What I think…”
“I can call on the fées to teleport!” Aurora told the others brightly.
Aurora stated, “Oh, Flora, Fauna, Merryweather…”
However, she received no reaction. Instead, there were yells of “Pink! Blue! Pink!” coming from nowhere.
“That’s too bad,” Ariel groaned. “They can’t help us. But maybe we should swim over to…”
“Do toi know where Gaston is?” jasmin asked. “If toi don’t, what good would that do?”
Ariel stated, “I guess you’re right…”
“Let me call my godmother,” Cendrillon began to say, but she was interrupted. “She’s not letting us through,” Cendrillon began to say, explaining, “Apparently there is a princess around here.”
“Let’s go look for her,” Ariel told the others boldly, and they all agreed.
At once though, a voice stated with a furious tone of anger, “You…effectively killed…Kocoum. You…shall follow…the same fate.”
The others gasped as they realized Nukpana was back. John Smith tried to run away, but Nukpana ensnared him with her arbre branches. “You shall be stuck inside my spirit for the rest of your days,” Nukpana cackled.
“Oh no,” Snow White cried, “Not John too…”
“We need the fairy godmother…” Cendrillon began to say, but then, all of a sudden, they noticed a young dark girl with big eyes and a bun and a light blue gown. She got out a bottle of ketchup from her pocket and squirted the arbre with it. “We know a temporary solution,” she stated. “I was listening in to your conversation.”
“Who are…” Aurora began to say
“I am Tiana,” the girl replied back. “Another princess.”
“Welcome in,” Aurora told her. “You do look marvelous.”