zserb: KT Tunstall in gray (statement House)
Johnny Lee Miller & Jude Law, probably in 2004 or earlier. (I've had this pic since about 2006.) I think that's called "Hilarious in Hindsight".




zserb: KT Tunstall in gray (Default)
Fandom: Sherlock (BBC) XO Grimm
Verse/Project: Part of my “Grimm!Watson” Universe, and “Supporting Characters’ Appreciation” Project.
Categories: Gen/UST, Drabble, Crossover/Fusion,
Ratings/Warnings: PG, None
Spoilers: Apparently none. Except that it maybe makes a little more sense *after* watching Sherlock S2E3 “The Reichenbach Fall”, and contains references on Grimm S1E9 "Of Mouse and Man".
Word Count: 100 words including the title

Notes:
1) Hi Bandwagon, this is me! And that over there is me too, refusing to call this “GrimmLock”.
2) Contains reference on BBC's Sherlock's tie-in blog for Molly Hooper. http://www.mollyhooper.co.uk/
3) Contains non-specific UST flying in more than one directions.

Summary:
John is a Grimm, but Molly isn’t a Mauzhertz no matter how looks deceive.

Disclaimer1: These characters aren't mine and I don't own either of the shows.
Disclaimer2: The author's worldview can (strongly) differ from the charaters'.


Brave little heart )

zserb: KT Tunstall in gray (Ocean's Rusty)

Another repost from FF.Net. This is a little thing I actually *like* very much. I'm not saying I see it, or it's part of my headcanon, but I do think it's a nice coincidence and should be explored more thoroughly. And, of course, it fits right there with my almost-ongoing project "Supporting Characters Appreciation", which was born from my frustration of not finding enough crossovers with minor characters.

Fandom: Gone In Sixty Seconds ; Ocean's 11 (12 – 13)
Categories: Gen, Drabble-sequence, Crossover, Family
Ratings/Warnings: PG-13 due some cursing littered here and there
Spoilers: Spoilers for "Gone in 60 Seconds", not real spoilers for any of the Ocean-movies.
Word Count: 3x100 words including the titles, but not including the Title

Summary: Three connected drabbles about a year from Turk Malloy's past, when he had been called Tumbler and grew up a little bit. A "Gone in 60 Seconds" – "Ocean's 11" crossover.

Notes:
- Somebody had to write it. And it's not even an excuse.
- I blame Hawaii 5-0, a great new obsession of mine that made me hyper-aware of Scott Caan. When Ocean's 11 were on a re-run, I watched it for the whateverth time, but from a different point-of-view. And a week later, when Gone in 60 Seconds were repeated, and I saw him… there weren't any turning back from there.

Disclaimer: I do not own „Gone in 60 Seconds", and none of the „Ocean's 11-12-13" movies, I just "borrowed" a few characters and situations.
 

three drabbles )

 

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