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Eighty-Sixed: A Tale of the Broken Curse

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This story is No. 4 in the series "An Inspired Future". You may wish to read the series introduction and the preceeding stories first.

Summary: In 2004, the most profound curse of all time came to an end. This is how it affected Faith and Robin. Aren't mixed relationships Hell?

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BtVS/AtS Non-Crossover > Comedy > Faith-CenteredEricJablowFR131127031,47225 Jun 0725 Jun 07Yes
“Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and the characters of Faith and Robin are possessions of Joss Whedon and Kuzui Entertainment. Faith's song comes from “Team America: World Police”.
“Boston, Fuck Yeah!”

“Must you scream like that, Faith?”

“It's over, W. We've won! God, this is better than beating the First!”

“It's just a baseball game, Faith.”

“Boston, Fuck Yeah! Coming again to win the motherfucking Series!”

Robin turned over in bed and put his pillow over his head to try to drown Faith out. Faith smacked the pillow, and Robin emerged.

“Could you leave me in peace?”

“Come on, you Yankee weenie. We won! We beat the Curse!”

“Don't say it, Faith.”

Faith whispered, “Two thousand.”

“I'm sleeping on the couch.”

“Loser! Can we go to the parade?”

The End

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