Sure, his dad had trained and used children to fight supernatural forces, but Andrew hadn’t been related to the girls he’d been training.
- Dean (from Supernatural) meets Andrew (from Buffy).
The homicide detective nodded towards the flapping tarp under which, they were led to assume, lay the bodies. Or possibly the detective’s neck was just bending under the weight of his mustache, Tony idly thought.
- NCIS crossover with the Hitchcock Sewell books.
Sure, the speed limit was thirty to forty-five most places, but the last time he had gone that fast, an old lady had chased him down on her motor scooter and given him a fifteen minute lecture on the dangers of driving fast.
- In which Greg from CSI's first internship was in Sunnydale.
Awful’s pale face was flushed with excitement, and she was smirking. “What fun!” she fairly shouted, twirling a bit in the entryway. “Isn’t being chased fun?” she asked Howard, who winced. Last time he had been chased, he had known with conviction that he was going to be killed.
- An Archer's Goon/Buffy crossover where Awful is a Slayer.
The day the McQuaid brothers started at Colorado Springs High School, it snowed. Not exactly a rare occurrence in Colorado Springs, especially in November, but Score still took it as an ominous sign.
- A 21 Jump Street/Stargate SG-1 crossover.
He had tried to protest to Gibbs that he didn’t need to go to the emergency room, that it was just minor bruises and that he’d gotten worse injuries playing polo. (He didn’t mention that the last time he had played polo, he’d fallen off the horse, gotten trampled, and put in a light coma for three days, but Gibbs had seemed to know anyway.)
- A NCIS/Buffy crossover.
Macy was in a bad mood, and even when he wasn’t in a bad mood, students didn’t act up. (There were rumors that the last thing anyone had ever seen Peter Winslow do before he disappeared was mouth off to Macy – probably not true, or if true, unrelated to his disappearance, but why risk it?)
- A CJ high school fic.
“For what appears to be the eleventy-billionth time, Jet has decided that stories are real, true, living things that control us with their mind-magic,” she narrated in a stage-whisper, managing to mimic the cyber-anchors on the local newsnet to utter perfection (as well she should; in the off-hours she did nothing but watch the newsnets).
- An original story set in some futuristic time period.
"Special Agent Steven Rikkemann, do you swear to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, so help you possible higher being and/or scientific explanation?"
- Another original, where the main character is testifying in court and protests that he's agnostic, so the baliff re-words.
The only thing that surprised her was that neither Doyle nor Brand was with him - but then, she remembered, they wouldn't be. They had been messing about during Poisons instead of paying attention, and had miscalculated the ingredients for their antidotes. They would be in the infirmary for at least another week.
- An original story taking place at a school for assassins and spies.
If it wasn't for their father's occupation, there was every likelihood that Petey would have become a stoner. As it was, all of his friends did drugs and Petey did the next best thing – he became a philosophy major at the local university.
- A Nano short story (the Girlfriend Series, part 3).
(Macy sometimes wondered why in the world he had decided to take this job, surrounded by smug little rich kids who thought they could just throw Daddy's money at their problems to make them go away. And then he remembered – well, actually, he didn't remember, why had he taken this job and why was he still here?)
- Another CJ high school story.