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This story is No. 2 in the series "Super Days". You may wish to read the series introduction and the preceeding stories first.

Summary: Dean sees a familiar face. One-shot continuation of The Cemetery Has A Vacancy. Second in Super Days series.

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Supernatural > Buffy-Centered > Pairing: Dean WinchesterthegirlinquestionFR131549242,0078 Jan 078 Jan 07Yes
Like a Fish Needs a Bicycle

Disclaimer: I don't own either BtVS or Supernatural.

Notes: This is set in season five of Buffy and before the beginning of Supernatural. One-shot. Thanks to all those that reviewed my Cemetery story, this one is for you!

Summary: Dean sees a familiar face.

A flash of sunlight hit a blonde head, and Dean groaned at the brightness, squinting his eyes and reaching up to rub his aching head. That move was in vain, however, when he realized his hands were tied behind him and he was leaning against a tree. His groan of pain turned into a groan of dismay and temporarily forgot about the blonde head he had seen as he tried to untie himself. Five minutes passed when a voice interrupted him.

"Are you done yet?" A female asked, and Dean's head shot up quickly, pain coming back full force as someone hammered on his skull.

It was a blonde girl, short and pretty. And familiar. Dean's brow furrowed as he tried to place her. He would have been at it for a while if she hadn't spoken up just then.

"Because if not, I can come back later and see how far you've gotten," she said, raising an eyebrow, and that's when Dean remembered.

"You're her!" He exclaimed, trying to gesture before remembering that he couldn't.

"Her who?" She asked in confusion, coming forward and drawing out a knife from her ankle.

"In that rinky-dink town last year. Sunny-something-or-other. At the cemetery, with the vampire, that was you." Dean paused, then narrowed his eyes. "What are you doing here? Are you following me?"

"Please," the girl replied, rolling her eyes. "I really need this complication like a fish needs a bicycle." She went around him and started sawing at the rope around his wrists.

"So that was you. Why are you here, in Montana?"

"I don't see how it's any of your business, but I'm looking for someone who might have something I need." She replied, coming to stand in front of him when his hands were free.

Dean rubbed his wrists, still frowning, and tried to get up. Pain stabbed through his body, and he quickly leaned against the tree and took a look around. The demon that had tied him up a few hours ago had apparently disappeared, and Dean had a sneaking suspicion that the cause of the demons disappearance had to do with the girl in front of him.

"Names Dean," he said, sticking his hand out.

"Buffy," she replied, shaking it and turning around. "Nice to meet you." Buffy told him and started walking from the forest.

"Wait!" Dean said quickly, rushing forward, which wasn't the best idea as he got dizzy. Pushing it aside, he caught up to her small figure and walked with her. "Who are you looking for, and what might they have?" He asked, shooting her his most charming smile.

"None of your business, really." She replied, and kept walking.

Dean grinned at her back, staring admirably for a few moments before shaking his head and turning to go to his own car. Immediately, he tripped over something on the ground and landed on his stomach. Groaning, he turned his head and he felt his eyes widen. There was a demon carcass lying on the ground next to him.

"Well, at least I know where it went," he grumbled and stood up. "Now I just want to know how the hell she managed to kill it."

The End.

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