It is evening time, and Lük and Bea are at the Heaven bowling alley, where Lük is about it roll a bowling ball.

When he does, he gets a perfect strike.

"Wow, Lük. You knocked down all those 10 pins." said Bea.

"Damn right, red. They don't call me 3-time bowling champion in Hell for nothin'." said Lük.

"Now watch me roll the ball with my eyes closed." said Lük as he rolled the ball with his eyes closed.

He scores another strike.

"Wow! Way to go, Lük. You the man." said Bea while clapping.

"Now watch me roll it while facing backwards." said Lük as he threw the ball while facing the opposite direction.

Yet another strike.

Whatcha expect, people, a flaw?

Bea was stunned as she cheered Lük on even louder, which disturbed the other bowlers.

"Hey, lady! Shut the fuck up!" said a bg character.

"Sorry!" said Bea.

"Well, red. You're looking at a very talented bowler and, if I may add, the greatest bowler in both Hell and Heaven" said Lük.

Then, the entrance doors open, and a beam of light appears.

When the beam disappears, there appeared five shadowy figures.

They are revealed to be 5 members of the Heaven Elites: God, Jesus, Archangel Grant, Reverend Lee Roy Jinkins and Heather.

They all wear bowling attire while carrying bags and bowling balls.

"Make way. All-time greatest bowlers in Heaven coming through." said God.

"Uh. Are those the Elites? Who now bowl? [laugh] How pathetic is that?" said Lük.

"I heard that, demon. And no, Bowling is not pathetic to us." said Grant when he pointed at Lük.

"On the contrary, we happen to be the most experienced bowlers in all of Heaven." said Heather.

"We are 9-time Heaven bowling champions. We have crushed every competition and also their self-esteem." said Reverend Jinkins.

"I bowl not to crush the self-esteem of people, but because I find it therapeutic." said Jesus.

"And now, we are on the road for bowling championship #10." said God.

"Red? Why didn't you tell me you mom was a bowler, or better yet, a bowling champion?" Lük asked Bea.

"I thought that was her only job, or something." said Bea.

"Mom? What do you do in general?" Bea asked Heather.

"[sigh] I'm Heaven's resident historian, Beatris. I've been telling you for years." said Heather after facepalming in disappointment.

"But that's besides the point, us Elites are going to win the race for bowling championship #10." said Heather.

"Yeah, and it looks like our road might be short, because all the competition we beat over the years has somehow dropped out." said Grant.

"None of them are a match for the Heaven Elites, the most powerful group in Heaven and the bowling alley" said Reverend Jinkins.

"And since no one wants to sign up for the bowling tournament, I have a feeling we may win championship #10 very shortly." said God.

"Ooh, I say we have an effortless victory party." said Grant.

"Capital idea." said Heather.

"Hey, if you're looking for competition, why don't Lük and I challenge you." said Bea when she offered for her and Lük to challenge the Heaven Elites.

"I'm sorry, what?" said Lük.

The Heaven Elites all laughed.

"You two? Challenge us? [laugh]" said Grant.

"Oh, please. Even if you did challenge us, we would obviously defeat you in mere minutes." said Jinkins.

"Yeah. You know, I think they have a point, red. We ain't got nothing to prove anyway." Lük said to Bea.

"Oh, you do prove something alright. You prove that you're both chickens." said Grant as he mimicked a chicken in front of Lük and Bea.

"I'm sorry about this, my love. I don't really mean to insult you. Honest." Grant whispered to Bea.

"You can make chicken sounds as long as you like, it ain't gonna change my mind." said Lük.

"Oh, no? Not even... THIS!" said Jinkins when he threw a bowling ball at Lük's face.

The Elites laughed at him.

Lük got up, removed the ball from his face and said, "Oh, you dirty motherfuckers."

Lük was aiming the bowling ball at the Elites, but instead, he threw it at the pins and got a strike.

The Elites were stunned at what they just saw.

"You want competition? Well, you're gonna get it." said Lük as he signed his name on the bowling tournament sign-up sheet.

He also wrote Bea's name on the sheet.

"When Bea and I are through with you, you won't be Elite anytime soon." said Lük.

"Oh, really? It's just you and my daughter who are going to join the tournament? According to the rules, a bowling team must consist of 5 members." said Heather.

"Fine. We'll get 3 more members of our own. And they'll be way better than the likes of you assholes." said Lük.

"Bring it on, devil's spawn." said Jinkins.

"Oh, ho, ho. Looks like things are heating up after all." said God.

"I just wish we could keep this friendly." said Jesus.

"Never." said the rest of the Elites.

The Elites and Lük stare at each other, while Bea doesn't know what's happening.

"Are we having a staring contest?" asked Bea.