Starsky from "Murder at Sea"
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Starsky from "Murder at Sea"
After the plague, there's even more to be thankful for.
"And it scares me that I feel this way, because thinking of that changing scares me even more."
The Fix through another's eyes.
"I don't believe this," Starsky gritted through his teeth, watching Hutch and Jake running side by side on the green grass. After slamming his fist on the steering wheel, Starsky laid his head down on its cool surface and remembered the first time they saw Jake.
Walking in to the bullpen with Tony, another young detective, Jake' s dark brown eyes swept the room, as if measuring each man for partnership. Once he left, Starsky tried to explain his reaction, but Hutch only laughed, threw his arm around Starsky's shoulder, and vowed nothing would ever split them up. But now it seemed something had.
Starsky deals with the anniversary of Terry's death.
"He'd retained an ashen look since being shot, the combined effect of the pain of his recovery, the stress of his struggle to get better, the meds and hardly any time spent outside."
Starsky has many sides to his personality. Hutch knows them all. Inspired by the episode "The Committee".
Christine accompanies Starsky and Hutch as they struggle to cope with Terry's funeral.
Originally published in the SHareCon 2000 zine.
Hutch tries to help Chuck after the wrongful shooting of Biggs. Strange Justice missing scene.
If you have not seen the episode in a long while, you may want to view it before reading this MS. Thank you for your time and care!
Hutch finds closure with his old partner Luke Huntley.
Hutch dresses in drag to catch a serial rapist. My explanation as to why he grew the moustache.
A no-plot Hutch whumper.
A car accident leaves the boys to fend for themselves on the side of a mountain...
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.
Hutch receives unhappy news in the mail.
Sweet Revenge missing scene.
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.
"Like in eternal damnation, like in 'Paradise Lost'!"
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.
A hospital power outage leaves Hutch's life in the hands of two young interns...
Hutch is in a bad mood and learns a valuable lesson about friendship.
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.
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.
A California Christmas
Starsky from "A Coffin for Starsky".
Just an ordinary day story.
A small twist in the episode otherwise known as Bad Soup.
Starsky fills the silence while waiting for Hutch to wake up.
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.
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.
Ever wonder what one of Starsky's case reports looked like? Me too.
A very old poem from thirty-five year ago.
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.
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?
A brief interlude in the life of S&H.
Aftermath from "The Fix."
Now go out and get yourself some big black frames
With the glass so dark they won't even know your name
Hutch is offered a promotion. And why shouldn't he take it? Partnerships don't have to last forever, after all.
Cheryl thinks about her father's behaviour. From the episode "A Coffin for Starsky".
Trick or Treat.
Starsky's apartment was neat and clean as always, but had a "nobody's living here now" feeling. There was a note, of course, and Hutch knew it would be addressed to him. A satchel was missing and a fair amount of clothing, Starsky's leather jacket and some of his personal things that he kept in a box on his dresser. The pictures, one of the two of them and the one of Terry, were missing from his nightstand. The most chilling thing, to Hutch, was to find Starsky's badge and gun, along with the holster, on the back of the closet door.