I forget what chapter is next! But... NEXT!!! Piggy was full of pain. The red electric is what killed her before... But if she's dead, it only hurts for a very long time. Piggy had a plan. If Piggy finds a way to stop infecting Kermit, she can save him, and herself. But the only way to do that is suicide. I'm sure you're wondering how someone who's dead, is able to commit suicide. Well... The undead Piggy, is not really dead, due to change in time. I'm also sure you're wondering what happened exactly. Well I'd be glad to explain. Roy, a demon in disguise, came to the Muppet Theatre, pretending to apply for a job. Kermit, being shorthanded, because an act went wrong, (And yes, it WAS Roy's fault.) had to hire Roy. What else was he supposed to do? Anyway, It was when Roy went up to Miss Piggy, that things took a turn for the worse... Piggy allowed him into the room. "How may I help you?" Piggy asked. "Why, yes in fact, Piggy my dear..." Roy had on his signature evil grin. Piggy gave him a look. "How...?" Roy kissed her gently. Piggy, clearly surprised, only backed up, until Roy pinned her up against the wall. She knew, it wasn't right at all. She belonged with Kermit... But... There was something about Roy that made him irrisistible to her, and that certain thing is, is that Roy is a demon that lives in her... And it escaped... Roy developed inside of Miss Piggy's brain. Roy kissed her again. And again. And again. And the final time he kissed her, he injected poison into her system. However, it didn't do as much as Roy thought it would. So he decided to use that red electricity. And it worked. Not only was it a deadly weapon, but it was also a hypnosis weapon. So... She was forced to do whatever he said. But. Kermit rescued her before she was unable to be unseen again. Which is why Undead Piggy was sent to Kermit's brain to kill him so that doesn't happen... And as long as Kermit is alive, Piggy is still half living... Piggy always crys at that memory. How could she have been so stupid... Ok, next chappie, will have more K/P in it.