Long overdue, but here it is:
"We shouldn't be talking about this," I said to Toby through the phone. "They shouldn't be keeping you in a cell James," Toby replied. I sighed, "I'm here because apparently the folks here are interested in how I was brought back to life. You could say I'm a lab rat." Toby chuckled, "Yeah, you definitely are. Do you know how long you'll be in here?" I shrugged, "They never said. This may be Pickett's way of keeping one less person from Team Rooney. They didn't ask to test on anyone else who was in those labs." Toby nodded his head, "Yeah, you're probably right." I sat back in my chair, "Back to Liv. How are we going to keep her away from Pickett?" Toby shrugged, "No idea. So many things have happened so quickly. I'm going to go talk with Maddie later. Right now I just wanted to check on you." "Don't worry about me. You should be worrying about your future child," I replied. Toby sighed, "You sure?" "Yeah. Positive. It's no different then...," I had just remembered about Haymitch, "when I was stuck in the Capitol with Haymitch. Except with...people watching me every second." "He didn't make it did he," Toby asked. "I don't know," I replied. "He's probably still out there," Toby said, trying to cheer me up. I brightened my face up, "I think so too. Anyways, you should get going." Toby stood up. "You sure you're going to be fine all alone? I bet Parker will visit you a lot," he said. I shook my head, "He came earlier. I told him not too come anymore. At least not often. If he's here then that's two less members of Team Rooney to stand up against Pickett." "Ok. What about Eva and the rest of your family." "Tell Eva to take my place, until I get out of here. If I can become an ace pilot in a short amount of time, she can too. As for my siblings, I'll have them to keep me company." Toby nodded and hung up the phone on his side of the glass.
Maddie interrupted me as I walked in, "Toby. They changed everyone's schedules." "They changed mine too as I was coming down here," I replied. Beta lifted up my sleeve and compared hers to mine. "His is different too," she said.