Is it bravery, really?
Rated: Not Rated
Categories: Gen, Slash
Warnings: No Warnings Needed
Wordcount: 101 - Hits: 292
Complete?: Yes - Published: 05/21/2012 - Last Updated: 05/23/2012
Is it bravery, really?
Hutch has a splinter. Starsky gets a bit of a shock when he tries to take it out.
What are Starsky and Hutch talking about?
An undercover case sends Hutch into danger alone.
Hutch was sleeping -- finally -- in the middle of the bed. A first. Usually when Hutch crashed here, he took the sofa. But when your best friend's marriage breaks up, you give him your bed. Ha! Don't you just wish? Starsky watched the man for a few minutes, then lightly touched the deep scratches on the pale face. Hutch rolled away.
Starsky's in a dancin' mood.
One of those drunken conversations.
Cowboys are my weakness, From L.A. to Abilene
Cowboys are my weakness, could it be the jeans?
Starsky's Cracker Jack holds a special prize.
Starsky cooks an unusual dish for a sick Hutch.
Hutch tries to find an explanation for Starsky's strange behaviour.
October 1980 : Gunther's trial is starting, the rumors are spreading again, and Rosey Malone is back in town.
Starsky is provided with an unusual means of acquiring a spouse, but will he be able to accept the reality of that life-mate's identity and handle the consequences when he breaks the rules to find out who has been entrusted with his love?
So what if some guy wanted to watch?
Could I have been anyone other than me?
Hutch and Starsky are partnered for the first time after Gunther's attempt on Starsky's life, and their harrowing case may not be quite as dark as the places to which it leads them.
Originally published as an excerpt in the SHareCon 2000 zine. The entire novel was eventually published as a stand-alone zine in October 2003.
Starsky dreams about another man, which affects his job performance and his relationship with Hutch.
Hutch prunes. Starsky grows.
While recovering from Gunther's attack, Starsky writes an important letter to Hutch.
Originally published as an excerpt in the SHareCon 2000 zine.
Several months after the events depicted in Sweet Revenge, two New York detectives come to call on Starsky & Hutch in an effort to gather information for an on-going investigation. Though a useful visit from a purely professional point of view, the primary lessons learned have nothing whatsoever to do with casework. Preface, of sorts, to Borders.
Hutch reflects on his life with his guitar and Starsky.
"An unspeakable tragedy..."
The partners have a difficult decision to make, and so does their captain. This story is a sequel to A Secret Well Kept.
A hit man learns more than he expected when someone puts out a contract on Starsky and Hutch.
After Marianne Starsky confronts Hutch about his behaviour.
Episode related: Ballad for a Blue Lady
You better let somebody love you, before it's too late...
Stuck in a motel while Alex Drew was planning to kill them, Starsky and Hutch recalls their past to get through the present, hoping for a better future. What was Hutch's big revelation?
Missing Scene from "Starsky's Brother." Starsky's feeling guilty and Hutch has the cure.
Starsky and Hutch are struggling with their troubled relationship as they live through the events of the episode Bloodbath.
Alternate tag (ending) for the episode "Shootout." A little pre-slashy, but very little.
Starsky & Hutch enjoy a brief respite from the stresses of life whilst taking maximum advantage of a day off.
A dance floor revelation.
A Friday night after an exhausting week at work.
Hutch realizes he must take something apart so he can move on with his life.
Starsky looked up, real contrition in his eyes. "I know it wasn't my fault we lost Hutch. I know it's not my fault we couldn't find him. But... that doesn't make it any easier to live with..."
Dobey shifted, looking embarrassed. "Starsky, you know as well as I do that just because we never found the body doesn't mean Hutch isn't dead. It's been two years, for God's sake! If he was alive, we would have found him, heard from him. But he disappeared without a trace...."
"I've died every day for the last two years." Starsky stood, bringing the conversation to an end. They had gone around and around on this subject endlessly and never resolved anything. ...While tailing an unnamed suspect, Kenneth Hutchinson simply dropped off the face of the earth.
Hutch struggles with a disturbing, recurring dream.
Hutch and Starsky and candy corn and broccoli and a curse.
This story is an alternate ending to the Starsky vs. Hutch episode. In this ending, Starsky and Hutch are having a little trouble getting over the incident, and they receive a little help from up above.
"I wonder still how David could endure the heat of it."
Starsky and Hutch visit Hutch's parents at Thanksgiving.
Hutch has some questions for Starsky about the story of Doodletown he'd told Lisa about.
A strange house bedevils Starsky and Hutch.
This is a drabble series that started out as a response to a challenge to use the word "tall" and later, to focus on Alice.
Starsky and Hutch are forced to face bad memories and fight danger from known and unknown sources.
Dreams aren't always good.
"He couldn't find himself."
Hutch finally speaks iwth Starsky.
A time for healing and plant misting.
Who's gonna pay attention to your dreams?
And who's gonna plug your ears when you scream?