Author: Jenny Dybedahl
Fandom: House, M.D.
Pairing: House/Wilson (preslash)
( Surrogate )
Yes, apparently having a cold isn't bad enough - I've also been bitten by the slashwriting bug. I actually couldn't sleep because there was this part of a drabble that wouldn't shut up inside my head. Hopefully once I post it I'll be able to sleep.
Also my abdominal hedgehog is being nasty at me. I've been a bit better pain-wise recently, probably because I get along very well with the new horse and so I get the regular exercise I need. But work is currently quite stressful, and that always upsets the hedgehog.
Anyhow, here's the drabble. The trigger was that episode where Wilson and Cameron talk about adultery, and Wilson says "I always told them".
Fandom: House, M.D.
Rating: PG (at the most)
He always told them
Written by Jenny Dybedahl
( Cut for those not interested in my pervy Jack-Daniel fantasies )
In other news I'm just back from a harp concert where Calle's harp teacher sang and danced. It was beautiful.
But then there's Maybourne. There's Paradise Lost. Over on Area 52 there's a lot of Jack/Maybourne stories set during this episode. I can certainly see why...
Maybourne: "There's nothing like a good wiener". (Yeah, sure he was talking about a hot dog...)
Then they spend a month or so marooned on an alien moon, whereafter Jack gets the Tok'ra to find some planet where Maybourne can stay...
Jack: "Now what?"
Teal'c: "I have read of a place where humans do battle in a ring of Jello."
Jack (tosses the phone to Teal'c): "Call Daniel."
In "Beast of Burden" there's a lovely scene in the beginning. Daniel has seen the Unas he befriended being kidnapped by someone who came through the stargate on the Unas planet.
Daniel: I'd like to find out what they want with an Unas.
Jack (looking a bit grouchy): For the record, I don't care...
Daniel looks like he's trying to not show how exasperated he is. Teal'c and Carter both look at Jack who seems rather embarrassed.
Not that any of this would indicate that Jack's at all jealous. Not at all. Indeed not.
In "The Tomb", SG-1 and a Russian team are trapped in a Babylonan-type ziggurat. They know someone's been taken as host by a Goua'old. Jack has been exploring the ziggurat and after an explosion comes back to the room where Daniel is. Daniel immediately gets up and starts towards him. Jack is about 2 inches away from Daniel when Teal'c shows up and Jack immediately backs off... Meanwhile Carter is busy taking care of the wounded Russian lieutenant, who happens to be both beautiful and female. There has got to be a lot of slash from that episode...
Jack: So... three weeks in a palace by the beach
*camera pans to Daniel*
*camera pans back to Jack*
/me convulses with laughter
Seriously, can that series get any slashier without approaching Xena territory?
There's Jack/Daniel, which is practically canon...
Daniel: Is it just me or is it getting hot in here?
Jack: A little of both, actually...
And there's the way Jack adjusts Daniel's glasses for him, and gets all jealous when some girl hits on him. Oh, and the episode where Daniel gets snatched by an Unas.
Carter: "So what would a primitive Unas want with Daniel?"
I tell you, Avon and Blake are nothing to it!
Of course, Carter/Fraiser is of more immediate interest to me, only there's so much less Fraiser screen time. Still, how about in 100 days, when Jack is stuck on another world:
Fraiser: You miss him, don't you.
Fraiser: Is this a problem?
Carter: No. No, of course not.
But really, the Jack/Maybourne slash bait in "Chain Reaction" was the best so far. Jack and Maybourne are in the office of the nasty senator Kinsey, who's been involved in all sorts of shady dealings including threatening General Hammond's family. Jack pulls a gun and points it at the senator.
Maybourne: "Jack... What are you doing?" Now, it's not the words themselves, it's the small smile and half leer and sort of... intimate, somewhat turned-on tone of voice that had me laughing out loud.
Now I shall go look for more slash bait.
- Helena B was hot in drag.
- Was the slashy subtext of the Horatio-Hamlet relationship in the play from the start, or did they just choose to cast a woman as Horatio to be able to be as slashy as they wanted to?
- That's a very good play, that is.
- Helena B was really hot.
- The scenography and music were great, too. I especially liked the way they used the signs of the zodiac - unobtrusive, but I felt it underscored the "star-crossed-ness" of Hamlet's fate.
- There were lots of good actors in the cast, but Helena B was the hottest.
For those of you who are interested, there are pictures from the play at Stadsteatern's site. My mother is going to be so jealous that she couldn't make it to Stockholm before they close for the summer...