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11 December 2013 @ 05:33 am
Fic: ‘Tis the Season: ‘tis the season to wake up  
Title: ‘Tis the Season: ‘tis the season to wake up
Fandom: Psych
Rating: (G)
Time Period: After season 3.
Summary: Gus wakes up.

Author's Note: This is quick ‘n’ dirty (for definition see the F. A. Q.).

What feels like a very long time ago, I wrote ‘tis the season to receive shocks!. It was meant to be longer and I was clever (well, I tried to be) with the characters. It was a ‘Tis the Season story.

It still is.

The rest of the story is now here, back by demand. People were so convinced it's the Doctor in a Psych story; who else would have a TARDIS blue door? But maybe I'm just being clever. Maybe it is a clever young doctor called John Smith. Who knows? (See what I did there?)

This is part II of that story.


Disclaimer
All characters contained herein are the intellectual property of Steve Franks; I am not affiliated with nor endorsed by them.


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“Is your friend all right?”

“Doody?” Shawn looks at Gus. “He'll be fine.”

“He does seem to be waking up.”

Gus fully opens his eyes. “Doctor …?”

“John Smith.” The younger man completes, with exuberant handshake.

The white reindeer on the sweater catches Gus's eye. “You shouldn't be wearing something so hot,” he mumbles as he sits up, rubbing his head. “What happened?”

“You fainted,” Shawn answers. “Doody.”

“Doody?”

“Don't even remember your own name,” Shawn sighs, shaking his head. “He'll be fine,” he assures the concerned young man. “He was just disoriented because he recognised the colour of your front door.”

John smiles, straightens his bow-tie. “My front door?”

“TARDIS blue, he said.”

John chuckles (nervously, Shawn notes). “That's police box blue,” he explains. “What's the TARDIS?”

Shawn sighs, again.
 
 
 
Armchair DM: Igor: A Rod Of Silencearmchairdm on December 11th, 2013 12:12 am (UTC)
.... pooor Gus.
F. J.: shalowater: golden candlesmorethanacandle on December 11th, 2013 05:51 am (UTC)
Why 'poor Gus'?