“Jim, Tim, before we do this, can I see you alone?” asked Kim.
“Sure, come on this way,” said Jim.
As they passed an open doorway, Kim asked “Is that your bedroom?”
“Sleeping quarters, actually,” said Tim. “Close enough though.”
“Let’s go in then,” said Kim, leading them in. “I don’t know how to say this. I said earlier that maturity works for you guys, and I meant it.”
“Thanks, sis,” said Jim.
“And, well, if we get the time monkey back from Shego, this whole timeline disappears, and what we do now doesn’t matter, right?”
“When we take it back from her, I prefer to say,” said Tim.
“Ok, when,” she said. “This is embarrassing, but, well, when it’s different timelines, and this one will kind of go poof like it never even existed, I want to do something. And you two are simply not the tweebs who once made my life hell.