Facing the challenges of recovery together.
Sometimes, recovery means having too much time to think. At what point does your own mortality hit you over the head?
An apres Blindfold conversation between partners.
An accident leaves Hutch blinded, perhaps permanently.
This was the second night in a row they had argued over this- the investigation into the murder of an eight-year-old girl being the first really nasty case they'd had to deal with since they had become lovers almost a month ago.
Sweet Revenge missing scene.
Starsky from "Starsky and Hutch are Guilty"
Created for the 2015 S&H Summer Solstice Calendar.
It's 1988, and Sweet Alice, who'd left her previous life behind years before and created a whole new one -- a straight one -- wants to return to LA to see if she can reconnect with Hutch. Her close friend, Carrie, accompanies her. Carrie isn't sure what to expect when Alice introduces her to Lieutenant Hutchinson and his partner, Dave Starsky, but the last thing this school teacher imagined is that Dave would assume that she's the wrong kind of working girl.
Written for S&H Big Bang 2014: SH Present Tense.
Cover art by Duluthgirl
After a well-known car dealer's wife is raped and murdered, Starsky and Hutch go after the suspects armed with only a picture of a silver boot tip. The car dealer has an agenda of his own and nearly derails the investigation when he refuses to cooperate. Why would he try to prevent the police from charging his wife's murderers?
A Texas Longhorn Reboot
In this sequel to Debaran Revisted, Hutch and a still-recovering Starsky find themselves drawn into a complex case that has woven a sinister web from LA to New York and back again. The pieces of the puzzle steadfastly refuse to fit into a recognizable pattern, and both men must simultaneously face a wily criminal and their own uncertain future...in a landscape where nothing may be as it seems.
Hutch compares their reaction to each other with the girls in their lives.
“Happy birthday, old man.”
Starsky rolled over to see Hutch standing in the doorway of their bedroom, with a tray in his hands and a smirk on his face.
Hutch is in a bad mood and learns a valuable lesson about friendship.
Starsky and Hutch are set up at a dock. Both think the other is dead.
This story was originally five separate 100 words drabbles, written in response to a challenge to write a drabble involving NY City (Starsky’s hometown). Once I started, the story poured out of me and grew into five, connected drabbles, each a complete moment, but together a tale. Hope you enjoy.
Now that Starsky is home from the hospital, will Hutch admit to his partner his change of feelings?
Sequel to "Tearing down the Walls."
Starsky and Hutch meet up again with Johnny and Roy. This time they are going camping and Roy's son, Chris is with them. Starsky and Johnny end up with some bad men after Hutch is hurt and left with Roy. Chris is left to his own devices to make it back to safety. Where Starsky and Johnny end up is a mystery after days of searching.
He’s not pregnant and they’re not getting married. A tag to an episode that doesn’t exist.
Lighthearted AU set in 19th century Caribbean, starring handsome pirate Starsky and adorably naive Dr. Kenneth "Hutch" Darwinson, biologist. Warnings for numerous banana puns.
The Fix tag (much later): It's been years. News about Forest shouldn't affect him... but it does.
A pair of female detectives charms Hutch but Starsky has his doubts.
Just before the partners can escape for a few days off, Dobey demands an explanation for their strangest expense voucher they've ever submitted.
Their undercover assignment at Cabrillo State is over, but there's still something they can do. Missing scene from "Murder Ward," leading up to the tag.
Starsky from "A Coffin for Starsky".
Just an ordinary day story.
A small twist in the episode otherwise known as Bad Soup.
Starsky and Hutch are drifting apart.
Starsky fills the silence while waiting for Hutch to wake up.
Who’s the secret admirer leaving Hutch a trail of treats?
A night of stargazing inspires a conversation as expansive as the universe, and as intimate as love without end.
A home with capital H. A place to live with a family – with wife, kids, even with a dog. Just looking at that photo was breaking Hutch's heart.
Unable to sleep during a bout of pneumonia, Starsky eventually finds himself the willing subject of Hutch's unusual treatment for insomnia.
Missing Scene from The Psychic.
Molo's "Care and Maintenance" read aloud by hardboiledbaby
"You know, David, I didn't realize you two were that close, until his transfer here," John said with some kind of wonder in voice.
A stranger's unearthly insights.
A response to a challenge to write something in 15 minutes.
It was like trying to catch lightning. The glint of his eyes, his chest a flash/blur of blue motion, always at the edge of Hutch's fingertips. Starsky was always just out of reach.
Molo's "Caught Lightning" read aloud by hardboiledbaby
A funeral is a way of saying goodbye to someone who is loved, but isn't it MORE of a way of celebrating their LIFE?
It's 2014 and Hutch is trying to figure out what's fueling Starsky's latest funk. Starsky is spending too much time on social media and is confused by modern terminology regarding sexual identity and sexual relationships. He grows despondent, fearing he's finally become too old to adjust to this brave new sexual revolution. Determined to get to the bottom of his partner's distress, Hutch is forced to consult with the SHareCon con committee to get answers.
Hutch has been away.
Hutch pulls a prank and gets an unexpected result.
"Just like that, the months of waiting were over... Starsky was coming home."
Targets Without a Badge missing scene: A lot's changed over the years but some things haven't.
Aftermath from "The Fix."
When a handsome stranger acts too familiar with Starsky, Hutch needs to know more.