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And how could she ever be jealous of her son, the one she and Cornelius had created together? The one that bore her own blood, that loved her dearly, that had been raised by her? How could he do anything so horrible to betray her? No, she didn't fathom that she could have anything to worry about, because both her son and her husband were just too perfect to have such… flaws.
And, after all, hadn't it been Lewis that Wilbur could even dare to yearn over, not Cornelius? Everything was fine, Franny told herself.
At least, until this moment. She hadn't lost sleep over Wilbur and Cornelius. No, not at all. But it was quite apparent that tonight could be the first. There were many things she could start with. There was Wilbur and the time machine that seemed to be missing from the garage.Meet the Robinsons (Clip) - Time Machine (with Delected Scene)
That wasn't such a bad thing. That had been happening recently, really. And when she had asked Cornelius about it, he said she shouldn't worry, that he didn't remember Wilbur visiting around the age that he was in the present and that if he was messing up the time stream, it would have been apparent by now.
Of course, that could have been a lie, Franny mused. It seemed that a lot of things Cornelius said were lies. One of them being the whole gist of the night. Franny had been invited to conduct at a gala, where her frogs' talents would be shown off quite well, and she had assumed that, since it was so far away from New York, she wouldn't be back for the night.
She could simple just stay in a hotel. One room for her, one room for her frogs. It would be a terrible waste of money, but no one knew how angry frogs could get around bed time as well as Franny did, and she wouldn't want to take her chances. Freddy, for instance, knew kung fu. No, a talking frog was not a good thing to cross. But, as she got to Penn Station, about to leave for North Montana - she had thought about calling Wilbur, but then she remembered he was her son and everything - Franny had gotten a call, informing her that the gala was cancelled.
There had been a moose incident, and it had gotten rather messy. Though, she was told not to worry about it. Mooses, meese, or whatever they were being called in large numbers there days, seemed to do that a lot in North Montana. That was why the Robinsons hadn't moved there in the first place. Grandpa Bud had an irrational - although, when hearing about the damage, Franny begun to think otherwise - fear of mooses. Maybe she could ask Wilbur Montana about that the next time she saw him.
But she didn't want to see him… ever. She had then taken the hover car home, and, parking it in the garage was when she found out Wilbur was gone. Probably long gone, unless last night's homework was on his agenda. But she didn't fret. Like always, he'd return home before the night was through.
Perhaps, for once, he would even think about returning at a time where he'd get a nice night's worth of sleep, even. Franny had decided to tell Cornelius anyway, hoping he would wait up to ground Wilbur again, seeing as, since her gala was cancelled, she was feeling rather put out and just wanted to sleep. The frogs had already gone to bed, or maybe to the bar, since half of them were raving alcoholics, and she was left alone.
So, not wanting to disturb the peace of the house, she had snuck very, very quietly, almost suspiciously, to the bedroom she shared with Cornelius. And, to her surprise, she found it occupied by not one person, but two.
What it this, the Ming Dynasty? Besides, I don't even live at home now. Well, with you and mom. I live a boring, very un-Robinson style life with my wife and son. I think I might almost be normal now. You can't be, after how many times you were hit on the head as a baby. Leaning on the vanity under the mirror, which was only there because of Franny, Wilbur examined his face in every angle possible quite seriously. It's all in the cowlick, by the way, which hasn't receded. Just adds a young glow to my face.
Like Orlando Bloom, only better. It's hard to believe, but he was more vain than you. You're looking alright for your age, you know. Not as good as me, heavens no, but definitely alright.
What horrible timing he had. Or, maybe, it was perfect timing… "If I wasn't gay before, I'm pretty sure that statement right there would have me barfing rainbows for the next week and a half," the blonde murmured after a moment of silence, complete with a roll of his eyes. In the hall, Franny squeaked in shock, ducking around the corner to subdue her surprise and horror without alerting the two men. Not even bisexual… Gay! Did he love her at all?
How could even look at her after all they had gone through, how many times they had… No, Franny blinked, wiping tears from her brown almond eyes. He hadn't seen her. He had never seen her. It had been Wilbur, with the same eyes, the same hair, the same skin… He hadn't looked at her once after they had made love. He had never said her name during, whispered or yelled… He had never once proven that it was her he loved. It had been Wilbur, always Wilbur… He had only married her so Wilbur would exist.
Because he knew who Wilbur was, because he didn't want Wilbur to disappear from existence. Had he done anything that wasn't for Wilbur? What else had he faked? Did Cornelius even like her company? Did he hate her for being necessary, like she suddenly found herself doing so? Franny couldn't tell; Cornelius had always been brilliant at lying. She could never tell what was truth, what was lies… And now could be her only chance to find out.
She had to go back there, listen to everything they said, even if it broke her heart. Franny needed to hear the truth. He had a dimple in his cheek, as if he were biting the inside nervously. He wanted her to be gone. Franny bit her cheek just the same. Her son… did he even love her? Was Wilbur jealous of her, that she got to share a future with Cornelius, and not him?
Did he hate her for taking Lewis away? It's a pretty important, gala, actually. She's staying in a hotel there overnight. I'd imagine she's performing now…" Not quite, Franny thought to herself, but, since neither of the men heard her, their conversation continued without a hitch. No, she loved her family more than she loved her frogs. But apparently, that sentiment wasn't shared. I can't let you do this to Louise anymore, either. It isn't fair, and we're both going to burn in Hell for it sooner or later…" "Yeah, well we're gay," Wilbur snorted.
That's the way the cookie crumbles, so we might as well thoroughly enjoy our sin, wouldn't you say? There have been many rewrites of the Bible. That, I concur, is one of the many things added in to control and oppress different peoples the Church did not approve of. Aren't you supposed to be agnostic or something? Wilbur had always been too funny to not laugh at sometimes. And oh, she was hating that trait right about now… Cornelius' answer was a blatant, "No.
Of course I believe in God. Naturally, it's never stated, but always implied, because that's what's politically correct. And… Because of you, I have to give them that. If Wilbur was the reason Cornelius was gay, then why did he have to be politically correct because of him? After Wilbur was born, Cornelius could have divorced Franny easily. It would be an alternative to this lie that they all had been living, all but two of them, up until now, unknowingly.
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Why would Cornelius put them through that? Sure, it seemed like lying for all of them would make them feel better, but once the truth got out… it would be so much worse.
You make excuses why… Why we can't just give up on being right! You're lying to me; I know it. You love her, and you haven't loved me… for the longest time. I doubt Lewis is even hidden in there, still. Franny hopped away from it, her heart pounding. If… If they found out that she was out here… "You've led me on! She heard the thud and jumped, peering back in to see her son's hand going straight through the wall.
Eyes wide, she noticed the muscles in his arms; since when had Wilbur begun working out like that!? I'm the only one hurting anymore! Cornelius is a heartless bastard. That's all he'll ever be…" "Wilbur, be quiet," Cornelius' only response was.
If they hear you…" "Then you'll be ruined," Wilbur snorted. It hurts me more than it will ever hurt you. And that's because it's all true; you don't give a damn about me anymore. I've never been Cornelius. And it hurts, every day, to think about all that's happened, all that I've done to you and our family.
But you know what!? I can't handle it anymore! All the praise, the reputation of utter perfection, when it's all a lie!
I want to forget, Wilbur! And… And I've been working on an invention. It'll make us both forget… Forget any romantic feelings we've had for each other… Everything that's happened…" "I don't want it," Wilbur replied, cutting Cornelius off before he could finish.
I don't want to forget you or anything that's happened between us… I don't want to forget Lewis. Sighing, he buried his face in Wilbur's shoulder, leaning into him as if he'd otherwise fall over. Franny inched away from the door, resting her back against the wall.
Tears were slowly rolling down her face. They… They were so perfect… And she had to stand between them. As stated by her and her husband, she is "always right", even when she's wrong. Appearances Meet the Robinsons Franny as a child. Wilbur has no idea she is his future mother. He also knocks her frogs out of her hands and has to help her pick them up until he sees what he thinks is the Bowler Hat Guy and runs off.
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She is later more properly introduced in the year at the age of 40, a wife and a mother who successfully teaches frogs to sing and play jazz music. While Lewis is searching for the garage, Bud takes him to her music room and she makes him join her band on maracas. She later calls for the boys to come to dinner and threatens to come get them if they don't come, which they have to comply with because otherwise, she'll see the busted time machine.
At dinner, she and her older brother Gaston get into the traditional family food fight due to Wilbur. Franny proposes a toast to Lewis, and he says that if he ever has a family, he wants it to be like the Robinsons. When Franny asks Wilbur what Lewis meant by that, she is shocked and saddened to find out the boy is an orphan.
When the T-Rex attacks, Franny tells Lewis to run and she goes to help her brother Gaston, but they both end up getting thrown out of the battle, but Lewis and Wilbur eventually defeat it. Afterwards, after Lewis accidentally calls her "Mom" while reminiscing on his and Wilbur's victory over the dinosaur, he notices a bruise on the forehead of Franny, due to the battle, which she waves off, and she offers to adopt Lewis, and he accepts, until Wilbur knocks off his baseball cap, revealing his spiky hair.
Franny is shocked to see an unmistakable resemblance between Lewis and her husband, realizing who Lewis really is. Saddened, she is forced to tell Lewis he has to go back to his own time, making him terribly upset and causing Wilbur to admit that one of the time machines was stolen which explains the dinosaur and that the other is broken.
Furious, Franny decides to call Cornelius, but when Lewis defends Wilbur and asks to at least go back and see his mom as Wilbur "promised", Franny is furious, confronting her son and causing him to admit the truth, causing a hurt and betrayed Lewis to run off.
Franny, before heading into the house, tells Wilbur that he's grounded until he dies. When Doris and the evil Bowler Hat Guy, who is really Michael Yagoobian when he was a kid, changes reality, Franny and the rest of the family are controlled as Doris's slaves and chase him.