Vanessa makes a unilateral decision.
Rated: Not Rated
Warnings: No Warnings Needed
Wordcount: 101 - Hits: 600
Complete?: Yes - Published: 09/03/2011 - Last Updated: 09/03/2011
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Vanessa makes a unilateral decision.
Starsky makes a promise he comes to regret.
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Time is running out.
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“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.
Missing Scene from The Psychic.
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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.
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Kerrys2Boys' "Christmas Rhetoric" read aloud by themusecalliope and hardboiledbaby
"An unspeakable tragedy..."
This was their first double date since Starsky's release from the hospital, and Hutch was determined to make it a complete success.
He drove like a man possessed, which is what he was, after all: a man possessed with the need to find his partner.
Missing scenes from "Bloodbath" and "Survival."
Starsky has an epiphany.
Thayln's "Epiphany Series" read aloud by hardboiledbaby
This isn't so bad. A guy could get used to this.
After Starsky's rescued from Simon Marcus' followers, he resists staying at the hospital.
Laura McEwan's "Even White Knights Sleep" read aloud by hardboiledbaby
Starsky's mother comes to Bay City for a visit. Starsky contemplates his future. Hutch is annoyingly optimistic about the whole thing.
Used to be, when one of us fell, the other would be there to pick him back up, dust him off, get him going again. Used to be.
Like the title says.
Just like that, they were fuck buddies.
"I'm not drunk," Starsky said. Because he wasn't. Really.
Post-Sweet Revenge, a recovering Starsky returns to New York.
It was all well and good for Starsky to say "this didn't happen," but Bernie and his partner had already called in sighting the missing officer. What were they going to do now?
Missing scene from The Fix.
He was old and tired, so tired of living in the half-light.
Hutch lets go and holds on. Based on Targets Without a Badge.
It's not really about the watch.
They say hearing is the last to go.
After all these months, Hutch knew his sins were finally coming home to roost.
Suspected kidnappers killed by a cop. There had to have been consequences. Tag to The Psychic.
"Wh-what happened?" The words grated in Starsky's throat and ears, ugly and rasping.
"You were shot." Hutch didn't sound so good either.
Starsky thought hard. "Don't remember."
A "Sweet Revenge" AU.
Everyone thinks they're an expert.
Sometimes Starsky just doesn't listen.
A series of four drabbles, tag to "Gillian"
Seth Cooper wasn't the highest-paid lawyer in his firm for nothing. He was calm, cool, and supremely collected. A verdict of 'not guilty on all counts' was a foregone conclusion, a sure bet.
Hutch was a man on the edge. Had Starsky pushed him there?
Set between SvH and SR.
A Hobbit-style birthday drabble for Barancoire, who asked for "Starsky & Hutch; break at the beach."
You don't always get to choose how you grow old. Missing scene from The Pilot.
Over the years, there'd been countless shots, countless bodies. It was what he did, and did well.
Prologue to The Plague.
Tag for the ep Shootout.
Starsky has 24 hours to live. Now one of those hours is gone. Missing scene from the ep A Coffin For Starsky.
Starsky's idea of a picture-perfect romantic moment: just him and Hutch, cuddled up on the couch together.
They talk, among other things.
Hutch decides it is time to remove the hair from his lip.
If perception is reality, then Hutch is Starsky's reality.
A Sweet Revenge double drabble.
A quiet afternoon at the beach helps restore the soul.
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Starsky watches M*A*S*H.
"If a tree falls in the forest, and no one is there, does it make a sound?"
May is still spring.
A Sweet Revenge drabble.
World Naked Gardening Day. It's a thing.
Flash ficlet, written for duluthgirl's prompt "Hutch + Dobey; what was said right after they restarted Starsky's heart."
Missing scene from "Sweet Revenge," natch.