Peter tied a cord to his belt and floated into space. Thousands of people held their breath as they saw him on TV, taking his first spacewalk!
"Tell us how you feel on this special occasion," said Ground Control over the intercom.
Peter looked at the stars above him...then at the earth below him. He stared into the distance and mumbled something. "Mother..."
"We can't quite hear you. Could you repeat that?"
"I WANT MY MOMMY!!!" Peter screamed.
"My apologies," said Rotta.
"Wha...?" Peter had no idea how he could hear her...he just could.
"We do not allow freaks in our home!" Rotta replied.
Peter realized her plan right away: So I'm a freak...she won't let me come home...SHE'S ABANDONING ME! Peter screamed and wailed, kicking around as hard as he could. Were there anything with him outside the rocket, he would have broken the sound barrier.
Just then, Peter noticed something! He used his telekinesis to grab a laser gun from inside the ship. Yes, his brain was that strong.
Oh, there's the switch! He fired an enormous beam at the threat: an alien come to invade Earth! The cackling alien stood on top of the UFO and and used its two-fingered hand to catch the beam and throw it at the ship. Peter used his telekinetic powers to throw the beam over the ship, but it made a nasty scrape as it skimmed the top.
Apparently the other astronauts noticed the UFO and released a seismic charge. It exploded in a release of energy, and the alien barely evaded it with its agile craft.
The astronauts flew toward an asteroid which was predicted to crush Earth. It was hollow, thus letting the astronauts fly into it through a dark tunnel.
"Watch out!" warned Peter.
The ship flew out, barely hitting the side of the tunnel.
"Just let me do it!" shouted Peter.
"What? Are you crazy?" asked the astronaut piloting the vessel.
"I can do this!"
"Are you feeling OK?"
Peter gritted his teeth (he had already started teething on the third day of his life) and used a telekinetic blast to knock aside all the astronauts. He jumped to the controls. First I'll do some good in the world. Despite my facing the worst. He released a seismic charge that blew the asteroid to pieces. Then he turned to the alien and fired a rapid barrage of laserfire. Pieces of the asteroid blew up as the alien desperately evaded lasers and chunks of asteroid. One laser finally clipped the side of the UFO.
"I got him! I got him!" Peter whooped.
"Now finish him," said the pilot, rubbing his head.
Peter released a missile. He had no idea why, but the missile followed the alien wherever it went! The missile crashed, and the UFO exploded.
But the cheering was soon interrupted by a siren. Great, not another alien! Peter thought as he rushed over and turned off the siren. Then the computer identified the threat. Thanks to the earlier scrape from the laser beam, the ship was wrecked.
First Peter started wrestling with the controls. We've got to stabilize...great, where's the stabilizer?...oh! Right! It took a minor scratch, yet it helped interfere with the gravity below. As the spaceship fell lower and lower, Peter steered it as fast as he could toward their city and then to their base. Krunk! It hit the street and skidded to a halt, pulling up chunks of cement with it.
Peter only had one thing on his mind now: to burst through the doors and hope to reason with Rotta about her awful decision.