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Me, You and the Toddler
Stella invites Wilbur on a road-trip when she learns that an old friend has passed.

Season: 2 Episode: 13
Total Episode Count: 28
Prod. no.: 2PMZ13
First Aired: September 24, 2001

Guest Starring: Avril Quimby, Ronnie Monne, Warren Culchex
Featuring: Stella, Wilbur Masson, Roberta Waverly, Homeless Presley
Also Appearing: Nina Masson, Grayson Masson, Emmy Masson, Paul Masson, Minister Albert
Director: Theresa Avenue
Writers: Jerry Cowburn, Beth Bonaparte-Tatum
Storyboarders: Macey Zeox, Helena Bray, Jackson Rosso

Plot: Wilbur, noticing that Stella has been acting sad recently, brings himself to ask her. Stella tells him that her old friend from her travelling days died and that she was invited to his funeral by his mom. Wilbur presses her, and wonders if that's really the reason. Stella gives up, explaining that she left him when he really needed her the most. Wilbur knows that there is more to the story and asks where the funeral is being held. Stella replies Atlantic City and Wilbur invites himself to the funeral.

A few days later, they are on the road to Chicago. During their drive, they pick up a homeless man, who calls himself "Homeless Presley", he is wanting to go to AC as it's getting cold and he wants to be near bright lights in the city. Wilbur is fantasied with him, while Stella feels that he is going to do something horrible to them.

After a few antics, Stilbur (Stella & Wilbur) arrive at the funeral, and Stella says goodbye to her friend. She then reveals the real story; she and Cammy were into some heavy stuff, in example robbing small town shops and doing drugs. When Stella realised that they were doing bad, she skipped Atlantic City, leaving Cammy on his own. Stella makes peace with Roberta, Cammy's mother.

Back home, Stella and Wilbur remark back their story to the family. Paul states that they should go on more adventures. Wilbur then states that that idea is on the table.

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