Swirly had recovered and was soon out of the hospital. He took a look at WALL-E's grave and sighed lightly. "Maybe one of his other friends can help," he said. Before Swirly hopped away, he noticed another grave that said, "Rest in peace, birds." "Hmm," Swirly thought to himself. He dug into the ground with all the strength he could musture and there, lying in THIS grave was a big blue bird. Along with the bird were two ducks and some ducklings. "Blue jay," said Swirly. "can you bring WALL-E back?" The bird didn't respond. Swirly tried again, this time more firmly. "Bird, please get WALL-E back to life." The bird still didn't respond. Swirly shook his head angrily at the bird. "That's it," he said to the lifeless bird in front of him. "You're no good at all!" With his strength, he picked up the blue bird and threw it in the lake. "Too bad," he muttered to himself. "I can't talk to WALL-E 'cause he's dead and I can't talk to this crazy bird eiether!" And with that, he hopped away.
A/N: This is the end of the story. I decided since I killed WALL-E off to end the story right here. Swirly, the character with a different name for the show he's from, tried talking to Jay who was dead in my last story, asking her if she can bring WALL-E back and when she didn't answer, he gave up and hopped away. I hate killing WALL-E off in a story 'cause he's my afvorite all-time movie character. Sorry, folks.