This time when Lazlo’s tummy starts sparkling he knows it’s not his imagination. He also knows what it means.
He welcomes his second son Orion to the world amidst a shower of sparkles.
When Comet wakes up and sees his new brother he is not happy at all!
Even after it’s happened to him twice now Lazlo is still shocked by the urge to go outside and then being beamed up into a space ship.
Soon his time in the ship is forgotten with a baby to care for and a child to help with homework…
…and read books to. He finds that Comet loves science fiction as much as he does.
One night while feeding baby Orion his tummy starts to sparkle and seems to pop out before his eyes. He decides he’s going to have to start wearing a shirt to bed because the baby belly just looks weird.
He ages up Orion and gives him the speech about always wearing his disguise. Orion changes instantly into a cute little boy.
Comet decides that having Orion around isn’t so bad after-all. He finally has someone to play chess with.
But Orion is more interested in drawing pictures, playing with the dollhouse and chatting with the giant stuffed animals in the basement.
Time goes on and Lazlo’s belly becomes huge. He’s actually quite excited and is hoping for a girl this time.
In a shower of sparkles Lazlo gives birth to another boy that he names Rocket…
…and a girl named Luna! Yes he had twins! He had to move the bassinets into the hallway because there wasn’t enough room to put them both in the kitchen.
Shortly after the twins are born the boys wake up and come out to investigate. Orion is ecstatic but Comet is very sad.
Lazlo makes sure that the twins are fed and diapered and then heads outside to wait. In mere moments the lights appear and he’s beamed back up into the spaceship. He’s accepted that this is his purpose in life and he’s embraced it. He wouldn’t give up his children for a normal life any day.