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"Hey, you," I say to Bellamy, two cups of Monty's moonshine in my hand. I hand one to him.  He shakes his head and pushes the cup away softly.

"No thanks," He tells me.

"Come on, don't tell me you don't like Unity Day."

"It's a lie and it's stupid."

"Tru," I agreed, and took a sip, the liquid burning down my throat. "But it's an excuse to get drunk." He chuckled at me and shook his head. Soon, Raven got the tv to work.

"To our sons and daughters on Earth listening to this message," Jaha spoke out, "we will see you very soon. The first Exodus ship will launch in under sixty hours, carrying you the reinforcements that you need, so stay strong. Help is on the way." I sighed to myself. Bellamy shot me a puzzled look.

"What's wrong? Don't like Unity Day anymore?" He teased.

"No, it's just," I started, "I don't know if I'm ready to see my dad again. I mean he never tried to contact me while I was in prision, so I'm not sure if I want to see him." He smiled sadly at me.

"Well whenever he comes down," He whispered in my ear, "you don't have to talk to him. And I'll be with you every step of the way." I smiled in appreciation, and he grinned at me, taking a bite of his apple. 

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"Hey, the comms are still dead," Clarke said as she walked up to me and Bellamy.

"Best Unity Day every," He replied sarcastically.

"Do you really think now is a good time to be having a party?" She questioned, and I looked at all the people having fun. "I mean, the Grounder is still out there."

"By now he's made it home, and probably putting together a lynch mob," I teased Clarke for being so worried. Okay, so I was a little drunk.

"Relax, don't listen to Sunshine over here," Bellamy assured. "I've got it covered. Why don't you go get a drink? You look like you could use one."

"I could use more than one," She muttered.

"Then have more than one. Clarke, the Exodus ship carrying your mother comes down in two days. After that, the party's over. Have some fun while you still can. You deserve it." Clarke walked away after that. I gave Bellamy a pointed look. "What?" He asked.

"Have some fun while you still can, you deserve it," I mocked, deepening my voice a couple octives. "Look who's talking Mister, 'I won't drink because I'm too cool'"

He rolled his eyes. "Someone's gotta keep an eye on you while you're drunk."

"I am not drunk," I say, but trip over my own two feet into Bellamy. I giggled and he raised an eyebrow. I rolled my own eyes. "Okay, so maybe I'm a little drunk."

"Sunshine, you're completely wasted," He pointed out. "Come on, that's enough Unity Day Juice for you." I protested, saying I hadn't had enough yet, and that I wasn't drunk, but Bellamy simply threw me over his shoulder and carried me to my cot. 

"Get some sleep," He whispered, combing my hair out of my eyes. I nodded sleepily. 

"Night, Muscles," I yawned.

"Night, Sunshine," He answered.

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I woke up a couple hours later and groaned at my massive headache. I walked outside to see people still partying, and I smiled. Finn and Clarke then approached me.

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