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monica potter as otrere

Everyday See You

Category: Drama/RomanceSummary: Otrere comes to terms with her affection for Xander (Deleted scene from Episode 20).Disclaimer: Harry Potter characters belong to Jo Rowling and her people. Alias characters belong to JJ Abrams and his people. BtVS and Angel's characters belong to Joss Whedon and his people. The Alliance of Destiny characters belongs to Humaira and me. "He loved Anya," said Buffy reminiscing. "They were great together. Kinda gave you hope when you saw them together," Dawn added. "Save for the fact that he abandoned her at the altar," Buffy reminded her. "That too!" Otrere was lost in her thoughts of…

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His Coy Mistress’s Daughter

Chapter 1: Birth and Rebirth My mother gave birth to me when she was sixteen. She said the stars so took her in my eyes that she named me Stella. Mother attended an all-girls Catholic school, paid for by my wealthy grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clermont. During her winter holiday from St. Augustine's, she met the boy who would give me half of my DNA. His name is inconsequential as he died from a drug overdose when I was two years old. But he was that kind of man. On the wrong side of the tracks, he did every exotic…

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jason isaacs as lucius malfoy, david boreanaz as angel

Chaos Theory

Rating: PG-13.Category: Drama/Verbal Abuse.Summary: Lucius loathes the day he came face to face with Angel.Timeline: "Deleted scene" of episode 17.Disclaimer: Harry Potter and related characters belong to JK Rowling and associated entities. Buffy and Angel belong to Joss Whedon and Co. Sarky poo belongs to J.J. Abrams and company. Made-ups are mine and mine alone. Lucius Malfoy simmered in his son's Italian villa. Why he had allowed Julian Sark to stop him from performing the Avada Kedavra curse on Angelus or to stake the bloody git was beyond him. His heart ached. He yearned to get one back for his…

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cate blanchett as maria sieber in the crucifix

The Crucifix

Rating: PG.Category: Suspense.Summary: A happy-go-lucky woman with political roots and a near-genius brain joins OST.Timeline: Mid-season 2.Disclaimer: The Agency characters belong to their respective entities. Made-ups are mine and mine alone. Joshua Nankin stood at the front of the tiny office that housed the OST department with a quiet woman beside him. "People, I'd like to introduce our newest recruit, Maria Sieber." Maria waved and smiled politely at everyone in the room. "You might know Maria's father, Senator Hayden Sieber." Everyone clapped, impressed with her bloodline. The apples of Maria's cheeks turned an interesting shade of pink. She had hoped…

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vincent ventresca as darien fawkes in the invisible man (2000)

The Time Machine

Rating: PG-13Category: Humor/Action.Summary: The Agency's latest project causes some unusual results.Timeline: Season 3.Disclaimer: The Invisible Man characters belong to their respective entities. Made-ups are mine and mine alone. Darien Fawkes approached the Keeper's lab in search of another discussion on getting the gland out of his brain. "Claire? Hey, Keep, ya in here?" Darien called. It was a literal ghost town in the Keep. "That's strange." He began asking around to no avail. Finally, he was able to get the slightest hint from Eberts. She worked on a "top secret" project for the Agency and would be unavailable until the…

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David Anders as Mr. Sark

Poison

Rating: PG-13Category: Drama/SuspenseSummary: Mr. Sark's past collides with his present position in SD-6.Timeline: Mid-season 2.Disclaimer: Alias belongs to JJ Abrams, Bad Robot, Touchstone Television, and related entities. Made-ups are mine and mine alone. Three pictures appeared on the screen in front of Sydney Bristow in the SD-6 briefing room. The first and last were two men about Sark's age; another was a woman a little older. They were black and white surveillance photos. "This is David Warner Griffith, Randolph Wilder, and Ericha von Stroheim," Sloane began. Sark glanced at her and held his gaze on her a little longer than…

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Rachel Weisz as Caroline Santiago

Center Stage

Rating: PG-13Category: Humor/Action.Summary: A notorious freelance agent returns to the Agency's stratosphere, which causes people to question her allegiance.Timeline: Mid-season 2.Disclaimer: The Invisible Man characters belong to their respective entities. Made-ups are mine and mine alone. It was a typical day at the Agency. Darien Fawkes had just gotten his shot of counteragent and Alex Monroe was already in the Official's office waiting for Darien and Bobby Hobbes to get news about their new assignment. "So what's the deal, boss?" Hobbes asked the Official. "Eberts!" Charlie barked. "An ex-CIA agent has returned to the United States from Asia and our…

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Monica Potter as Otrere Sanders and Nicolas Brendon as Xander Harris

The Alliance of Destiny: Bounty Hunters

Rating: G.Category: Drama.Summary: What happened after Otrere and Xander left Hogwarts for New Orleans?Timeline: The whole year & next summer after the end of Season 1.Disclaimer: Harry Potter characters belong to Jo Rowling and her people. Alias characters belong to JJ Abrams and his people. Buffy/Angel characters belong to Joss Whedon and his people. Dear Buffy, I wanted to thank you for your last letter. Yes, I will be visiting you and the rest of the Alliance for the Xmas holiday. I hope you don't mind if I bring a few people along. I've mentioned them before: Hamish McCloud, Armando…

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That’s Not My Name: Ethnicity and the Writer’s Life

I am an introvert. I find small talk exhausting, and being around the general public makes me feel like I am on The Truman Show. It feels like I'm only being spoken to because it's part of their job as an actor in the story of my life. The worst feeling in the world for someone like me is walking into a room of people you have never met before with your name plastered on a sticker. Your primary directive is to glad-handle everybody and their grandmother for the sake of networking. A typical script: (deep breath) “Hi, hello, my…

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Blood That Shames the Red, Red Rose

"Are you sending me home, ma'am?" he asked, coughing into the damp air. The violent movement sent a fresh flood of claret to struggle against the haphazard field dressing. "Yes, soldier, you're going home," I sighed in contempt. I signaled our radioman to order the medevac to grant this boy the illicit dignity of losing his final breath on American soil.