Much Ado About Babysitting Story Detail
Amy and Serena pass a day-care center just as a Cardian attacks. They change and drive the Cardian off, but not before the adults and most of the babies have been felled from energy loss. All are hospitalized and one baby boy is left without his mother temporarily. His father was out of the country and he couldn't stay in the hospital. Darien volunteers to care for baby Jordan and Serena volunteered to help, hoping to spark Darien's feelings for her. Back in Darien's apartment, Jordan starts crying. Darien and Serena try to pacify him and find it's more difficult than they thought. Bickering with each other doesn't help. Once Jordan is diapered and fed, he quiets down. Darien tries to get him to talk, an idea Serena ridicules. Serena tries to get him to walk, an idea Darien ridicules. Hurt, Serena stalks off. Walking home, she begins to wonder if she and Darien were really meant to be together. But the next day she returns. While shopping with Jordan, Ann spots them and is instantly jealous. Serena is forced to depart for a strategy meeting. Ann uses this time to visit Darien. Jordan takes an instant dislike to her. Ann gets frustrated and leaves, running into Serena as she leaves. She and Darien get into a big fight that's only quelled when Jordan takes his first steps. Amy interrupts, taking Serena, as Raye has divined the Cardian's next target. They confront the Cardian at another daycare center. The Cardian catches the babies in large bubbles, using them as shields, then attacks Sailor Moon and Sailor Mercury, draining them. A white rose interrupts the process. Angry that the Cardian would attack infants, Mercury attacks with a new power, Mercury Ice Bubble Freeze. Sailor Moon destroys the Cardian. Next day, Jordan's mother gets out of the hospital and is reunited with her baby boy.
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