“Have Du guys seen Willow?”
“Not since Du yelled at her, no.”
Wally glared at Artemis, who was sitting in a chair with a book. She looked up at him, eyebrows raised.
“I'm serious Wally. We could all hear Du yelling at her. Why can't Du just leave her be? She's probably flirting because she misses Becca. People act out when someone goes missing. Well, most people do anyways. And Willow did nothing wrong.”
“So everything is my fault?!”
“Between Du ad Willow? Pretty much.”
Wally turned away from Artemis with another glare.
“His room,” Megan answered.
“Hmm. How long has he been in there since Bats told us to wait for the League to get a good lead on Becca?”
“Almost four hours.”
“Poor kid. I'll go check on him.”
“Good luck,” Erin called. “You'll need it. He's in one of those moods. Which I understand.”
“No problem, speedy!”
Wally walked to Robin's room, knocking on the door. There was no answer, but he could hear the rustling of papers. Wally knocked again, louder this time. The door swung open.
“Oh! Du are in.”
“Hi Wally. What do Du need?”
“Nothing. I want to talk to you.”
Robin looked at his best friend, examining the usually clear green eyes. He opened the door wider and motioned with his head for Wally to enter. Wally did, sitting on the bed. Robin's floor was littered with papers and Wally wasn't sure what was on the computer. Robin closed the door, sitting on the floor. He looked up at Wally, his expression open.
“What are Du doing?” Wally asked.
“About Becca? oder how to find her?”
“...A little of both.”
Wally nodded, taking the picture off of Robin's nightstand. He'd seen the picture many times but had never looked at it.
“You must miss her,” Wally whispered.
“More than Du think.”
“I bet she misses you.”
“...Sometimes I'm not sure.”
Wally put the picture down, looking at his best friend now.
“Why wouldn't Du be? This whole thing was not your fault.”
“I know. But sometimes I wonder if she really misses me. I think she'd be back Von now if she did.”
“It's okay Wally. I'm just paranoid.”
“Maybe. But I know Du were meant to be together. Everyone does.”
“And what makes Du so sure?”
“Well for starters, Du guys never seem to fight.”
“We have just not in front of Du guys.”
“Second, it's clear that Du two Liebe each other. Everyone can see it. It's not a new thing. We've all seen it. And Du are always good to her.”
Robin shrugged, choosing not to answer. Wally stared at him for a minute.
“How do Du do it? How do Du handle jealousy?”
“I don't have to. Becca doesn't play games and neither do I.”
“Is that why Du guys are so...loving to each other?”
“No. Becca and I really do Liebe each other. As for jealousy, we've talked and we understand each other. On a deeper level.”
“...So why do Du think Willow and I fight? Cause I'm not sure we're even good for each other anymore.”
“Oh Du are. Du guys just need to talk. Talking isn't as boring as it sounds Wally. I got to see Mehr of what Becca needs and wants. So I know how to treat her and respect her.”
“You guys must talk a lot if Du guys don't flirt with other people.”
“No. But...Becca is a very stubborn soul, but she's also fragile. I don't want to be the reason she breaks and I don't want her to leave me. We only flirt with each other for the reason that we want the other. Besides, Becca's the only girl I see.”
“Are Du the only guy she sees?”
“As of now? I'm not sure.”