“Yea, I guess.I have just felt so alone lately and I think it’s
,” she said, looking at her reflection through an empty glass.
“Leela, this isn’t like you. You’re ,”
“Yeah…But I just want you to know that I’m not gonna let you die without
a fight,” he said, a hint of anger in his voice.
“Oh?” she said, poking around the food on her plate.
“Yeah! I’m gonna do everything I can to help you and even try to cure you!”
“You’re so just makes me mad that,” she stopped realizing what she
“Oh..nothing..forget I said anything,” she said.
They threw away their food that wasn’t eaten and left the small restaurant.
The winter wind blew against them and Leela pulled her arms tighter around
herself. She didn’t realize it, but she was starting to like this. Fry
wasn’t acting like the idiot he was, and she wasn’t being the strict person
she was. They were both showing their inside personalities and she was
comfortable with it. She shivered as they walked closer and closer the
Planet Express building. Fry saw her shivering and immediately took his
jacket off and set it around her.