Marcus L. Rowland (ffutures) wrote,
Marcus L. Rowland

Mistaken Identity V and general wibble.

Here's another in the series of 100-word BtVS crossover Drabbles on the theme of mistaken identity, assumptions, etc.

Comments please before I post to archives.

100-word BtVS crossover Drabble. Characters are the property of their respective creators and are used without any intention of infringing copyright. This story may not be distributed on a profit-making basis.
Mistaken Identity V

By Marcus L. Rowland

"So the monks made you from your sister," said Glory, "but you are the Key."

"Actually," said Dawn, "it's more complicated than that."

"Really," Glory said sceptically.

"Near as I can figure it, there's some of Buffy in me, some of mom, and quite a lot of my cousin."

"Your cousin?"

"Yeah. It's freaky, he's a guy. I guess the monks wanted me to protect myself."

"He's a fighter?"

"Scott's a mutant," said Dawn, taking off her red glasses. "And with all the stress you've given me my powers have activated. Burn in Hell, bitch."

The heat rays incinerated Glory before she could reply.

I'm just working my way through Dead Like Me season 1, which is available for £25.35 inc delivery on R1 DVD if you buy via - ordered it before Christmas, arrived yesterday, I suspect it's been delayed en-route in the Christmas madness. Enjoyable, and they seem to be very inventive with the way people get killed (reminiscent of Six Feet Under, which of course makes me wonder if there are any 6FU / DLM crossovers out there).

Watched Jerry Springer: The Opera on BBC2 last night - mixed feelings about it. I suspect I wouldn't have watched it if it hadn't been for all the protests etc. in recent days, and while the music was okay I didn't feel it was brilliant. But it was reasonably good fun, and I don't begrudge the time spent watching it.


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