Savio never really learned, so when Angelica demanded that he tell her where Yvonne was, he immediately told her the location of Yvonne's newest secret office. With extreme gusto Angelica exploded into said secret office. Instead of springing up and yelling at her for being there, Yvonne snored. She was sleeping face down on her desk.
It was a nice desk. But Angelica had very little regard for nice desks.
She produced, almost magically, a foghorn out of nowhere. The sound of it made Yvonne leap up until she almost hit her head on the ceiling (which was nice, like the desk). Once she had recovered and remembered where, and who, she was, that was when she sprang up and yelled at Angelica for being there.
Angelica paid her no heed. All she heard were the ramblings of a nagging old rabbit. "Aren't you going to tell us a story?" asked Angelica accusingly. "Yesterday you told us you were going to tell us a story every Tuesday. Well... where's my story?"
Yvonne could hardly believe her fluffy white bunny ears. Angelica did not let her reply. "I tell you what, you aren't telling me any story today," declared Angelica. "No, I'm gonna tell you a story today!"
Allowing no delays, she jumped right into it.
"Once, there was a tyrant rabbit queen named... uh... er... Yvonna. She ruled a tiny little kingdom consisting only of herself, another rabbit, and a dog. Most of the small kingdom she kept to herself, especially the secret offices, because she didn't like her subjects. She just kept them around to use them."
At the end of that paragraph Yvonne couldn't help but interject a few things as quickly as possible: "First, you're supposed to say 'once upon a time'. Second, you aren't supposed to basically use the names of the people you're talking about in your story. Third, what bogus propaganda is this? Fourth, exactly how does this queen 'use' the other rabbit and dog?"
Angelica ignored all of the questions except the last one. "I was getting to that. She used them to work in the coal mines."
Yvonne loudly rolled her eyes.
"One day, the poor little coal miner rabbit named... um... Gelica... she suddenly felt courageous and knew that she had to break free of the evil tyrant's hold. So she rose up and overthrew the queen and cast her out, and took over the kingdom. And all of its two inhabitants were happy."
"Really?" asked Yvonne. "But what happened to the dog?"
"Oh," said Angelica, "you mean, um... Savo? Yeah, he continued working in the coal mines because, I mean, come on, someone has to do it. But he was happy anyway."
"So does your story mean you're planning to cast me out of my own house and take over?" said Yvonne.
"Well, not exactly. I mean, there are laws and all that..." replied Angelica slowly. "But I am demanding change and reform."
"You know, this is my house, and you don't even have to live here," said Yvonne. And then she turned back to whatever it was she was doing at her desk. She did add one last thing, though: "I think the coal miner dog should revolt against you."
"That's stupid. That wouldn't happen," said Angelica.
Then Savio bursted into the room with the tennis ball throwing oracle, Veronica.
"You know, Savio," Yvonne said without looking up, "Angelica just told this really great story..."
"WHAT!?" exclaimed Savio. His eyes flashed almost red. "YOU TOLD A STORY WITHOUT ME?"
He pushed a button on Veronica. Veronica started flinging tennis balls like crazy. Yvonne hid under her desk and thus was saved, but Angelica could do nothing but run screaming from the room, pursued by the happy puppy turned killer puppy and his best friend and comrade-at-arms, the tennis ball throwing oracle ball named Veronica.
Angelica later managed to negotiate with Savio, and told him her story. But when that was done it only added another grievance to his list: Veronica had not been mentioned in her story. And so it started all over again.
Luckily (at least for Angelica), Savio saw a squirrel shortly after that.