A Halloween treat.
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Genre: Me and Thee Archive
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Complete?: Yes - Published: 06/28/2012 - Last Updated: 06/28/2012
Paula was a wife, mother, friend, animal lover, coffee aficionado, cheer leader, and writer. She was brilliant, kind, witty, and utterly in love with Starsky and Hutch. Paula was a shining star in this fandom, and even though we lost her in 2003 to breast cancer, her star shines on and the stories she left for us can be enjoyed forever.
A Halloween treat.
A slice of life story, inspired by the Academy Awards and the Dobey Awards.
While recovering from the plague, Hutch has a request for Starsky.
Starsky's first outing after coming home post SR.
A post Sweet Revenge vacation in Duluth can't be simple for the boys.
Back wrenched, drenched and tired after a dive off the Santa Monica Pier, the guys chat about caped crusaders as they try to relax enough o fall asleep.
In the wake of "Sweet Revenge", Starsky and Hutch go undercover on California's Catalina Island, giving Starsky a chance to shine as he regains his stride and self-confidence while working the case. Hutch, who finds it hard to let go, discovers that his partner is back -- and better than ever.
Companion piece to Coming Around Again.
First of three stories, post Sweet Revenge, this is told from Starsky's point of view. Feeling the best he has in weeks, Starsky relishes the independence, and the chance to look after his partner for a change.
Slightly under the weather, Hutch finds his carefully constructed defenses regarding Starsky's shooting and recovery start to crumble. Told from Hutch's point of view.
Starsky cooks an unusual dish for a sick Hutch.
A Friday night after an exhausting week at work.
Starsky's a bit under the weather. Part of the Starsky & Hutch Slash Virtual Season 5, Day in the Life Series.
The end of a difficult week
This story originally appeared in the zine Venice Place Times, Volume I, which was published in October 2001.
Winter colds and a day off have Starsky and Hutch thinking about the future.
Starsky and Hutch's first New Year after the events of Sweet Revenge has a revelation for them both.
Starsky decides that it's quite possible that his partner was always a grown up. Although he is delighted with the result when he teaches Hutch an important childhood skill, Dobey and Huggy are less than thrilled when Hutch takes his instruction too much to heart.
A 'Quadromania' Missing Scene: Told from Hutch's point of view, this story explores the events occurring between Lionel Fitzgerald's capture and the tag.
At the first post-SR Christmas, Hutch reflects on the past year and the changes in his relationship with Starsky.
A sticky scene.
Recently released from the hospital post-plague, Hutch is still not feeling up to par, and is tired and frustrated. Some quiet time at home helps both he and Starsky put into perspective what they have both been through as they strive to find peace and closure after the ordeal.
Middle of the night reflections on stupid games, life, Buddy Holly, and mushrooms.
Assigned to work undercover on a northern California Ranch, the partners find unexpected danger as they investigate threatening notes received by the ranch's owner. Starsky shows that he's got what it takes to be a barrel racer, and Hutch has the photos to prove it.
Starsky tries to make it all better when Hutch becomes way too attached to his paperwork.
It's the night before Starsky's release from the hospital, and Hutch is having a bit of trouble dealing with his own thoughts and anxieties about what will come next for both of them.
The stresses of the events of the fourth season are catching up on Hutch, who is unaware of the greater stresses to follow.
Starsky and Hutch spend Christmas taking care of Hutch's parents' home. While there they deal with Hutch's difficult relationship with his parents, both of their fears about Hutch's recent tangle with the plague and the new dimension that seems to be developing in their relationship.
In the midst of the episode "Sweet Revenge", Hutch attempts to express to a still unconscious Starsky his feelings on life, loss, and love.
Recently released from the hospital following "The Plague", it is Thanksgiving, and Hutch finds himself alone when his holiday plans fall through.
A hard day's work followed by a night of the flu seems like a bad combo, but the guys still feel lucky.
This originally appeared in the Venice Place Press zine, Venice Place Chronicles, Volume I, published October 2001.
A trip to celebrate Hutch's birthday has an unexpected problem.
For Keri, with all my love.
It's Thanksgiving. Good food, good friends, good times.
Hutch's reluctance to undergo a minor surgery is puzzling to Starsky, until he realizes there's more to Hutch's reticence than fear of going under the knife. After Hutch is finally persuaded to have the operation, their current case begins to infiltrate the hospital where he is a patient.
Episode 516 of the Starsky and Hutch Slash Virtual Season.