High School Musical (don't judge me)- Chyan | fanfiction rec list
Ryan can't exactly blame her, since he genuinely isn't to be trusted; but there's This relationship with Chad is just about the only thing Ryan is proud of at the moment. . You're an asshole, Evans, and if you come near me again I'll hurt you , Tags: character: chad danforth, character: gabriella montez, character: kelsi . High School Musical 2 is the second film in the High School Musical series. The World Premiere took place on August 14, , at Disneyland, in Anaheim, California. The primary cast, including Zac Efron, Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Tisdale, Lucas Grabeel, and Corbin Bleu attended the event. Troy and Gabriella's relationship is strained when Troy sees Ryan with. In honor of the 10th anniversary, Corbin Bleu, Lucas Grabeel, and Monique Coleman talked to Corbin Bleu originally auditioned for Ryan Evans. . "It was Ashley's mom who ended up making the connection," Bleu said.
So he wasn't as witty as he'd wanted to be. Auditions for the winter musical don't start for another month, so now it's seeing what show it will be. But your treat, since you asked me out. They walked down to Starbucks together, talking about homework and college plans and which teams they thought might get into the World Series.
Ryan just hoped Chad couldn't see how he fawned over the darker boy. Chad was smarter than Ryan had given him credit for, funny and sweet, and he liked to touch Ryan, a hand on his arm, flicking at his hat playfully, half-hugging him when Ryan said something particularly amusing. For a minute, Ryan allowed himself to pretend they were really dating. Troy and Gabriella are having an off-week, and I don't think I can take another minute of his moping.
Besides, we're friends, too, right? He looked cute chewing on the end of his pencil, though. So you know how to do it on your own. My math grade is crap. I keep expecting Cohen to just fail me and be done with it.
And then I'd lose my spot on the team, and there goes college …" Chad looked up at Ryan. We can start after practice today. Want to come by mine? Ryan smiled back, though not as happily. If only it really were. I'd've thought you'd be all for cheerleaders.
I'm a hopeless romantic under it all. Peanut butter and banana pie," Chad said, dropping the paper bag in front of Ryan. Thought you'd like it. I saved it for you. Missing a piece at lunch won't kill me. The minutes dragged by, and he just couldn't seem to focus on anything. His notes were nothing but a collection of scribbles and little hearts. He and Chad were getting closer, and it wasn't helping Ryan get over his crush.
They'd been hanging out together for almost a month, but Chad had never even mentioned an interest in theatre before. She's taking her new boyfriend, and I think she expects me to take a date, too.
I thought maybe you'd want to go with me. I know I won't be as interested or as smart as you or your sister, but …" "I'd love to go with you," Ryan whispered, ducking his head to hide his blush. Chad smiled brilliantly at him. Maybe we can go out to dinner first, if Mom's not planning something already.
Somewhere dressy, since Mom said it's tuxes only …" "Of course it's tuxes only," Ryan said.
Even if he couldn't have him as a boyfriend, he could still gain his mother's respect. Except for that tie. Doesn't your mom's date know how to do this? Hold these," Ryan said, shoving the bouquet into Chad's hands away and knotting the tie expertly. I wanted to thank her for the tickets. What do I get? That's thanks enough, isn't it? Not as nice as flowers. Danforth came downstairs then in a breeze of perfume and pearls.
One from high school that he didn't have, where Ryan was only half in the photo, because he was trying to take a picture of he and Chad mid-kiss. His heart ached he wanted to ignore it; he couldn't ignore it.
The second thing in there was a ticket to Ryan's play, for Saturday night. Why would Sharpay get him a ticket? He'd thought of getting himself a ticket. Could he afford to go? He'd make it happen.
Did he want to go? That wasn't even really a question. He flipped to the next thing in his envelope. Sharpay had bought him a plane ticket to New York. He pretended he wasn't shaking as he looked at the last thing Sharpay had given him. A handwritten note, in her large, pretentious handwriting. Chad, He loves you, and because I love him, I want what's best for him. I just hope you're not going to break his heart again. Don't let him down. Chad just stared at what he had been given.
Sharpay was a lot of things and, despite the time that he had spent with Ryan, he had never been able to think a lot of good things about her self-centred, vain persona. She had never proven herself to be a person to him, but he was holding at least some proof of her humanity now. Chad loved Ryan, but, it was time to wonder how much.
It was time to wonder if he was in love with a memory, if he was in love with the physicality that they could share, or if he was ready to love Ryan as a whole person. For real, this time, out in the open. No holdbacks, no excuses, no apologies.
To fly to New York and to offer anything else would just be an insult to Ryan. To Chad too, if he thought about it. Chad stared down at the options in front of him and he knew that he couldn't make his decision alone. He picked up his cell phone and called Troy's phone. His best friend would be here in twenty minutes. Now, to deal with the potential dog pee.
And I wish I could lay down beside you When the day is done And wake up to your face against the morning sun Chad woke abruptly, the sun on his face and a slight pound in his head. He sat up in bed, his mind scrambling as he squinted against the sun. He ran his hands through his hair and his headache grew worse. He'd been drinking last night, he was sure of it.
His parents were gone for the weekend and he and Troy had probably — No. Not he and Troy. For the first time, Chad had invited Ryan to come to his house, rather than the other way around. Ryan's parents were just as loving as his own, but they were nowhere near as attentive.
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His father was perceptive; his mother was practically psychic. And, they liked Taylor. Whatever was going on between he and Ryan and inside of himselfChad was not ready for that conversation to be held with his parents.
But where was Ryan? Chad pushed the blankets off himself and stretched. Chad slowly descended into his kitchen, where Ryan was carefully flipping pancakes, wearing Chad's t-shirt. I was going to surprise you with breakfast! Your shirts are comfortable. Well, if Ryan thought it was funny.
Ryan carefully flipped a pancake. I don't want to tell my secrets about anything else. Ryan was gay, Chad was interested in boys like Ryan and girls like Taylor. That had been the extent of that particular conversation. Next time we have a fake bio project, we study here. And find me plates?
About you, when you were little Chad, maybe? Or were you just not listening? What about tiny you. If breakfast is good, I'll show you old pictures and tell you stories to go with them. Breakfast was better than phenomenal. Ryan ended up seeing his two-year-old bathtub photos. But like everything I've ever known I'm sure you'll go one day Troy laid the two tickets on either side of Sharpay's note, leaning on Chad's kitchen table.
Chad sat in the chair opposite him, feeling the photo of he and Ryan burning his pocket. Troy knew the general details of he and Ryan, but he still wanted to keep his pictures to himself. If he went after Ryan, everything would change. Hadn't he been waiting for a change? Ryan hadn't left his mind in years. That had to mean something big. It had to mean that Ryan was something worth figuring out.
I might not matter to him.
It was like he didn't even know you were alive. And it's not like Sharpay even likes you. The only way to figure it out is to chase him. Really see if you're ready to move on, because if you're having doubts, then maybe it isn't time.
I'd never put nail polish on if it weren't for them. I blame you for this. So, what are you going to do? Sharpay didn't give you a lot of time to think about this. So I'll spend my whole life hiding my heart away And I can't spend my whole life hiding my heart away If Chad was going to make his flight, he had to be at the airport in two hours.
It would take a small chunk of that time to get there from his apartment. He hadn't packed anything. He hadn't done anything but stare at Sharpay's envelope, wondering when the hell he got so damn fearful.
He couldn't remember ever being like this. In high school, he'd been carefree and happy; hadn't bothered to worry even when he should have been. He went back to his high school yearbook, looking at Taylor's farewell inscription, and then on the photos of Ryan that fell out from between his pages. He looked at one of the rare photos he had taken, where Ryan was looking at him, and Ryan looked in love. So much of Ryan had been haunting him for ten years.
His heart constricted, and he wondered what he was doing still standing here. He wondered what he had thought he was doing these past few days, agonizing over a decision that he had always knew the answer to.
Of course he was going to go to Ryan. No matter who had been with, no matter who he had loved, it was always Ryan that his mind had come back to. That had to mean something. Ryan had talked about getting unstuck, but Chad was even more entrenched than he had been before. He had to get to Ryan. Chad called a taxi while he raced to his bedroom and threw the first few articles of clean clothing he could find into his bag.
He wouldn't need much. His return date from Sharpay was Sunday night. If Ryan cast him out, he would only have to find a dingy motel for two nights. The taxi called, and Chad locked his apartment door behind him. Now that he was on his way, he was finding he was getting less scared. He couldn't wait to see Ryan. I woke up feeling heavy hearted I'm going back to where I started The morning rain The morning rain Chad had never been to New York, before, but he had almost gone over the spring break, his first year of college.
He had thought of a lie to tell his parents, about wanting to do something exciting and new with friends, because that was what school was for.
They would have understood. For all of his shenanigans, he had never been untrustworthy. If only because they had never suspected anything that he and Ryan were actually doing.
Chad had gotten to the point where he was actively going on websites, doing more calculations on price versus air time versus airline quality than he had done in any of the math classes that he had taken that semester. He was doing mental gymnastics with his bank account and was thinking of asking his parents for an early loan on birthday money, just so that he could be sure he wasn't struggling. He even thought of how he'd ask, of how he would innocently tell his mother that he would bring back souvenirs for them.
He would have, too, it wasn't as if he were lying about that. All for a man that hadn't spoken to him in months.
All because Ryan Evans was, simply, Ryan Evans. Chad didn't understand what had happened between them. He just wanted to know where Ryan went. He just wanted to have him back. He wanted to hear Ryan's voice, telling him all about his day, in that excited, chipper tone that Ryan always wore so well. Whatever they had, Chad wanted it back. Chad had been about to buy the plane ticket when his fingers had frozen, just above his laptop keys.
He couldn't go after Ryan.
If Ryan wanted him around, then Ryan would keep him around. It was that simple. He hesitated, and then looked at his phone. If Ryan called now, if Ryan messaged him now, if he had a sign from God, anything, he would buy the plane ticket. But there was nothing. And you know I wish that you were here But that same old road that brought me here Is calling me home Is calling me home Sharpay had gotten him a front row seat. He had seen everything beautifully close.
Every step, every breath. He had watched Ryan play the flirtatious best friend of the main character. Chad was on the edge of his seat every time Ryan spoke, every time he broke into song. Chad had missed hearing him sing, almost as much as he had missed watching Ryan dance. He was almost sad when the show ended and the cast came out for the bows.
It had been good, and, mostly importantly, it had been a distraction. Now, there was nothing to do but stand and clap, hoping that, somehow, Ryan would be able to see his face beyond the stage lights. It was a false hope, because Ryan looked happy — like it was any other show to him, it was — and the cast left the stage. He couldn't sit here — what would be the point? This wasn't how the cast left the building.
Where did the cast leave the building? How did he find Ryan? Sharpay had neglected that detail. Maybe her shrewd mind enjoyed the game, no matter who the players were. Maybe she wanted him to prove that he cared enough about Ryan to figure out how to find him now. Was it going to be difficult to get there? Of course it was. He'd figure it out.
Even if it did make him feel like a villain or a peeping tom. He did his best not to skulk sort ofthinking that if he looked like he knew what he was doing, it would be more likely that he'd be allowed to continue on through.
It seemed to work in the movies. He got a few odd looks, but it didn't look like anyone was about to report him. At least, no one called him out on it. Kelsi silently shows Troy the notice from Mr.
Fulton, causing Troy to question his own motivations "Bet On It". He begins to reconcile with Chad and his other friends. Then Troy confronts Sharpay, informing her that he will not sing with her.
The Wildcats and Chad forgive Troy for his absence and convince him to sing in the talent show, which he does only under the condition that they are all allowed to perform as well. At Sharpay's supposed instruction, Ryan gives Troy a new song to learn moments before the show.
As Troy goes onstage, he asks Sharpay why she switched the song, and Sharpay is shocked to find that her brother tricked her. Troy sings the song "Everyday" alone until Gabriella surprisingly joins him onstage. In the end, Sharpay proudly presents her brother, Ryan, with the award for the talent show. After the talent show, all the Wildcats go to the golf course to enjoy the fireworks. Everyone celebrates the end of the summer with a pool party "All for One" which features a cameo appearance by Miley Cyrus.
For this movie, Efron did all of his own singing, whereas, in the first High School Musical, his singing was blended with singer Drew Seeley 's voice. She is the lifeguard at the Lava Springs Country Club until Sharpay's actions cause her to quit and break up with Troy.
High School Musical 2 - Wikipedia
Ryan Evans Lucas Grabeel is Sharpay's twin brother who lives in the shadow of his primadonna sister. Sharpay Evans Ashley Tisdale is Ryan's primadonna twin sister determined to win the talent show while also vying for Troy's attention and doing anything to help him. She is captain of the school Scholastic Decathlon team. She has a summer job at Lava Springs as an Activities Coordinator.