Spinostress soon realises the extent of the obstacle they face and runs with her guards inside the hull.
“We’re right in the thick of it!” the Captain says his knees shaking while dodging wild boxes from all sides, “and she thinks of nothing else than hide? I can’t face the demise of my Insatiable Princess.”
Upon those words, Labaguette flies back to the Captain.
“Are you giving up? Are you? Oui? Are you?”
“Steer her in the right direction, Labaguette!” the Captain orders.
“—You have a GPS, use it.”
“But, but, but, Captain, the—”
“—What?” he says, a box narrowly missing his head.
“The rudder, it’s—“
“—Wanna be a hero?”
“Where are you going?”
Suddenly, Birdseye jumps high in the air, catches a loose, out of control box flying by and lands on his heels once more.
“They need a leader,” he says.
“DON’T LEAVE ME ON MY OWN!” Labaguette yells, “I COULD GET KILLED!”
The Captain and Birdseye ignore Labaguette and join Spinostress inside the hull as she and her guards are patching up huge holes using the spread-out, rum soaked ropes as band aids.
“It will hold,” she remarks.
“Risky and impossible,” the Captain remarks.
“How long for?”
“Feed her!” Birdseye says.
“I am not known for my motherly instinct,” she says, looking at Birdseye struggling to keep the box in his arms, “what—”
To be continued…