The partners have a Sunday morning discussion.
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The partners have a Sunday morning discussion.
I am Torino, I am the star.
Hutch held his gaze. “Just give me some time, okay?” That was all he asked for. Time to cut his heart out and stomp on it until it was just a worthless pump. Nobody needed it anyway.
Mason saw the man that called himself his father pulling into the school's parking lot. Mason turned pale and staggered. He had often moved twice in one week and he was scared that he was going to have to move today. He knew this was his chance. He knew Hutch's dad would understand. He knew he had to talk to him and it had to be right now.
Of all the girls for Starsky to take out, why did it have to be that blonde meter maid ... ah ... ah ... ah ... O'Riley? It was bad enough that he stomped out of here mad, but O'Riley. "That's hitting below the belt, partner."
He wrapped himself around his partner -- always his partner, no matter where they were and what they did and who they became -- and Starsky laughed and hugged himself with sheer joy. Hutch dreams...
This takes place after Sweet Revenge. Starsky is home and confess to Hutch what he saw while he was clinically dead.
It's Christmas and Starsky's not doing too well.
They say hearing is the last to go.
In the aftermath of Terry's murder (Starsky's Lady), Hutch makes his own feelings known.
Sequel to So Much To Say. Starsky's thoughts surrounding the events of Starsky vs Hutch and Sweet Revenge.
Starsky... received the strangest call from Hutch's mother. "Yes, Mrs. Hutchinson. What can I do for you?"
"Well, I just received a phone call from my very inebriated son, professing his total and undying love for you," she said angrily. "What do you think about that, Mr. Starsky?"
"What? Hutch said he loves me?" Starsky asked in astonishment.
"What have you done to him?" Helen shouted. Her voice shook with fury.
For a few minutes, all Starsky could process was that Hutch loved him, was in love with him. He loves ME!
Wait. Did she say Hutch was drunk?
Hutch's parents visit unexpectedly.
Hutch is still recovering from his heroin ordeal. He is getting stronger and finding his way back into his role as detective sergeant, undercover. Just as well because an old friend from the boy's past is back and Starsky will need all of Hutch's reserves and more.
This story is continued in Then Neither Can He also posted on this archive.
An awful beginning with a happy ending.
Would we still be Me and Thee?
Starsky discovers the wonderful world of internet fanfic. (First story in a trilogy.)
It's a hot day in Bay City and Starsky is hungry for a treat.
Part 4 of the “Infrequent Drabbler” Series
Life Quadrant: "Out there"
Point of View: Both boys have a say
Starsky is still in uniform and dreaming of a future--with his partner Hutch
This heart quit for a few minutes two years ago and that’s when we lost our immortality. We were no longer superheroes.
After all these months, Hutch knew his sins were finally coming home to roost.
Two friends, one woman, and a child who appears just as Starsky and Hutch realize the love between them.
I know kid!fic isn't the most popular genre of slash fiction, but given how much these two guys slept around on the show, it's really not beyond the realm of belief to acknowledge that a child could certainly have been conceived at some point. This theme gave me the opportunity to explore it more.
Post "Sweet Revenge" our heroes decide on a new life.
Two lonely young men trip over fate and find friendship.
Starsky and Hutch pre-pilot.
He turned toward me slowly, and I saw what he had been cradling. Ollie. Terry's gift to me had disappeared months ago, but I had known better than to look for the little bear.
Huggy asks Starsky and Hutch for help when he inherits a house that he believes to be haunted.
Starsky is hurt and Hutch realizes he doesn't want to wait.
Hutch moves in with Starsky to help him recover after the Gunther shooting. When a sound-asleep Hutch pulls Starsky into his arms at night, Starsky doesn't resist, and doesn't tell Hutch.
In answer to a discussion on the Me and Thee list about someone with a medical background writing a post-Sweet Revenge story.
Not exactly a death story, but if you don't like them, I don't think you'll like this. Set about a month after the episode. Thank you to KimberlyFDR for the speedy beta.
Kids are turning up dead in Bay City. Is a serial killer at work?
During the Pilot, Starsky & Hutch have an important discussion
I wrote this little snippet as "homework" after attending a workshop on fanfiction writing at SHareCon 2010. Us "new recruits" in particular were encouraged to do an exercise, practicing dialogue, to build mini-scenes into a coherent narrative.
Here, the boys are out and about - Hutch is over-thinking and Starsky observes his partner.
November 1978 : After the ultimate betrayal of trust, Starsky and Hutch's friendship faces its greatest challenge.
When a senator's office is burglarized, scandelous photos surface that could have disasterous consequences.
I glanced at him and froze. He didn’t have his shirt on – and that meant he was also tired, because he apparently forgot to put it on. The sight of his scars woke me up more effectively than cold water.
Starsky just seems to know where the bodies are buried. Case story.
It wasn't the last thing he expected to find upon opening his bedroom door. It hadn't exactly entered his thoughts before now but then again, it wasn't totally out of the realm of possibility either. Well of course it wasn't, he was watching it first hand, so to speak. And he was getting very turned on by the sensual display in front of him.
It's raining and Starsky is grouchy.
"Man, you were always a moody mother, but this is gettin' ridiculous," the black man grumbled, then began a long discourse with the cat who glared steadily at him out of slitted eyes. "...feels like Papa Theodore laid the curse on me. You two should've hot-footed it before he disappeared outta prison. ...Aunt Minnie's workin' on it, too--next full moon, she says, 'n it'll be all over."
"Hutch. This is Alf, our house guest until Bob Chambers gets back from D.C."
"But he's a dog!"
"Hutch, this is not just a dog. This is a purebred Doberman! And he's a trained police dog."
Starsky gets a chance to see...what if?
A missing scene for A Coffin For Starsky