DISCLAIMER: I don't own Digimon, but these are my original ideas. I'm going to try and add a little bit of romantic flavour in the story, so I thought I would warn you all before it happens and anyone starts complaining. Enjoy.

"Hey, Izzy," Joe inquired, "How exactly are we going to figure out the rest of the prophecy?" He, Izzy and Ken had left the park and were now sitting in Izzy's bedroom, just about to start working on their task.

"It's relatively simple," Izzy replied, "We're going to try to create a live feed to Gennai in the digital world so that we can try and finish receiving the prophecy." Joe and Ken nodded.

"That sounds simple enough," Ken said thoughtfully. Joe, however, was skeptical.

"Don't you two remember what Gennai said earlier?" he asked. "They were having problems, so what makes you think that it will be that easy?"

"We never said it would be easy," Izzy chided, "We only said that it sounded easy." Ken nodded in agreement.

"Of course it's going to take a while," he responded, "but the good thing is that it can be done. And if it can be done, than we can do it. Right, Izzy?" Izzy smiled and nodded.

"You're right, Ken," he replied. Joe sighed, and nodded.

"I guess you're right," he said. Izzy looked at Joe and gestured towards the door.

"Hey, Joe, can you go to the kitchen and get us some food? This job is going to take a while, and it will be easier to work if we don't have to leave the room to eat." Joe nodded, got up and left the room.

Meanwhile, Tai and Matt were in the Digital World, heading for the rendezvous that Gennai had set up for them to meet up with their digimon. They were walking at a nice easy pace, reflecting about what was happening in their lives.

"How are things going with you and Sora?" Tai asked. Matt shrugged and smiled.

"Things are great, Tai," he replied, "Why? Do you want her back?" Tai gave Matt his trademark smirk and scoffed.

"Of course I want her back," he said, "but she's happy with you. As long as she's happy, that's all that matters to me." Matt stared at his friend in wonder.

"Damn, Agumon was right," he said in disbelief, "You really have grown up." Tai shrugged his shoulders.

"So I'm told," he said simply. He looked at Matt and got a familiar glint in his eye. Matt groaned when he saw the look in Tai's eyes.

"All right, Kamiya, what crazy idea is running through that thick skull of yours?" he demanded. Tai smiled innocently.

"Who, me? Whatever do you mean?" he asked. Matt smirked.

"Come on, man, stop keeping me in suspense. What hair-brained idea have you cooked up this time?" Tai grinned.

"All right, you win. Since we're on the subject of relationships, tell me the first two names that come to your mind when you think of the perfect couple." Before Matt could open his mouth, Tai added, "By the way, it can't be you and Sora." Matt smirked and faked a groan.

"That really hurt," he said sarcastically. His brow furrowed as he began to think. His eyes widened in understanding. "You don't mean..."

"Yeah, I do," he replied.

"How long have you known?" he asked. Tai shrugged his shoulders.

"I've known just as long as you have," he replied, "It's been as easy for me to spot in Kari as I'm sure it's been for you to spot in TK." Matt smiled.

"There's only one problem," he replied, "How do we get them together?" Tai smirked.

"We can worry about that later. Right now we have to get to the rendezvous point." Matt nodded in agreement, as they sped up their pace and continued down the path.

“Why are you looking for Jake Stevens?" Detective Folk asked. He, T.K. and Kari were sitting in his office. The office was very sparsely furnished, with no indication of a family whatsoever. All there was was a mahogany desk, a black leather desk chair and two standard-issue straight-backed chairs, in which T.K. and Kari were currently sitting. T.K. cleared his throat.

"We can't tell you that," he said. Detective Folk's eyebrows rose. Normally, the people that he dealt with were up front with their reasons, and he was a little bit surprised.

"You can't tell me? I'm sorry, but it doesn't look very good if you can't give me the reason, so I can't give you any information. Besides, I don't know where he went. The only way I have of contacting him is if he calls me." TK's eyes widened, and he cursed loudly. Fortunately, Kari reacted better to the news than TK.

"Look, Detective, could you at least contact us if he gets in touch with you?" she pleaded. Detective Folk sighed, looked first at Kari, then at TK.

"Alright," he replied, rubbing his brow. "But that's the best that I can do." TK sighed in relief as Kari gave her contact information to Detective Folk. Five minutes later, TK and Kari were walking out of the police department and into the bright sunshine.

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