Megan Kisses Larry

Summer Blockbuster Crossover Challenge

Summer Blockbuster Crossover Challenge:

Between August 1, 2011 and September 30, 2011 I want you (yes, you) to cross our Numb3rs gang with your favorite movie character(s). (The movie can be based on other media, such as novels, comic books, theme park rides or even other television series, but you have to use the movie version.) ((I’m thinking movies in theaters, but made for TV movies will be accepted.))

I think that rules make the challenge more interesting and help get the creative juices flowing. I’ll try to keep them semi-reasonable.

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AU, Val Eppes
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"The both of them are okay" (N3/SPN)(Amita/Jo)

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Title: The both of them are okay.
Author: Keenir.
Recipient: Sororcula. Happy Birthday!

Category: Mild AU. Between series 5 & 6. Crossover with Numb3rs.
Summary: Dean and Lisa are visiting Jo and Amita.
Characters: Dean Winchester, Lisa Braeden, Jo Harvelle, Amita Ramanujan.

Warnings: “bat my baby browns” is not a euphemism for flashing - it means to wink often at someone. (a variant is “bat my baby blues”)
Spoilers: The Kids Are Alright, the episode with Patrick, the s5 finale.
Rating: PG-13
Disclaimer: I own none of it.
me 2011

Breaking the Code -- Chapter 23

Numb3rs/Foyle's War crossover, set in WWII
Characters: Don, Alan & Charlie Eppes, Colby Granger, Larry Fleinhardt, Christopher Foyle, Samantha Stewart, Paul Milner, Hilda Pierce
Rating: T for some violence and ethnic slurs
Beta: The one, the only, the amazing Digeediva!
Note: Some of my characters, good guys and bad guys, have attitudes that might be offensive to 21st century readers. I decided to let my characters' attitudes reflect their times rather than the sensibilities of readers in 2010. If you find this offensive, I sincerely apologize. Also, sorry it's taken so long to get this chapter to you. Real life interferes sometimes.

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me 2011

Breaking the Code - Chapter 22

Numb3rs/Foyle's War crossover, set in WWII
Characters: Don, Alan & Charlie Eppes, Colby Granger, Larry Fleinhardt, Christopher Foyle, Samantha Stewart, Paul Milner, Hilda Pierce
Rating: T for some violence and ethnic slurs
Beta: The one, the only, the amazing Digeediva!
Note: Some of my characters, good guys and bad guys, have attitudes that might be offensive to 21st century readers. I decided to let my characters' attitudes reflect their times rather than the sensibilities of readers in 2010. If you find this offensive, I sincerely apologize.

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Numb3rs Cast Season One

Numb3rs Season Six has been Truncated

You may have heard that the sixth season of Numb3rs has been cut to 16 episodes. If you want to protest, please write a polite letter to: Nina Tassler President, CBS Entertainment 4024 Radford Ave., Room 3118 Studio City, CA 91604

Yes, polite and via snail mail, as studios tend to discard emails as being too easy to fake. One letter is counted as 1 viewer who wrote and 99 viewers who agree but didn't write.
me 2011

Breaking the Code - Chapter 21

Numb3rs/Foyle's War crossover, set in WWII
Characters: Don, Alan & Charlie Eppes, Colby Granger, Larry Fleinhardt, Christopher Foyle, Samantha Stewart, Paul Milner, Hilda Pierce
Rating: T for some violence and ethnic slurs
Beta: Digeediva,expert in military protocol, grammar, photography and whip cracking
Note: Some of my characters, good guys and bad guys, have attitudes that might be offensive to 21st century readers. I decided to let my characters' attitudes reflect their times rather than the sensibilities of readers in 2009. If you find this offensive, I sincerely apologize.

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me 2011

Breaking the Code - Chapter 20

Numb3rs/Foyle's War crossover, set in WWII
Characters: Don, Alan & Charlie Eppes, Colby Granger, Larry Fleinhardt, Christopher Foyle, Samantha Stewart, Paul Milner
Rating: T for some violence and ethnic slurs
Beta: Digeediva,expert in military protocal, grammar and whip cracking
Note: Some of my characters, good guys and bad guys, have attitudes that might be offensive to 21st century readers. I decided to let my characters' attitudes reflect their times rather than the sensibilities of readers in 2009. If you find this offensive, I sincerely apologize.

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