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Owls Over Metropolis

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This story is No. 5 in the series "The Metropolis Files". You may wish to read the series introduction and the preceeding stories first.

Summary: On his eleventh birthday Lois Lane's son is expecting a very important message... 100-word Harry Potter / Lois & Clark crossover drabble

Categories Author Rating Chapters Words Recs Reviews Hits Published Updated Complete
Television > Lois and Clark
Harry Potter > Non-BtVS/AtS Stories > Crossover: Other
MarcusRowlandFR723690114,21617 Jul 0728 Oct 10Yes

Frog Day Afternoon

100-word Lois and Clark / Harry Potter crossover, sequel to Owls Over Metropolis - see chapter 1 for disclaimer etc.

Frog Day Afternoon

Marcus L. Rowland

Lois grabbed a wriggling frog, dunked it in chili sauce, and bit its head off.

Clark stared, and said "Lois, are you--?"

Lois took another bite and said "An evil clone? Nope. They're chocolate frogs, Calvin sent them from Salem."

"I know... I was wondering about the chili sauce. Are you--?"

"Pregnant? Nope."

"Okay, I give up. Why chili?"

"Seriously? Superman has nothing else to worry about?"

"Things are quiet. Why chili?"

She dipped another frog and gave it to Clark: "Try it!"

"It's... Ewww!" He spat it out.

"Okay, I owe Martha ten dollars. You really are that gullible..."

End

For the perplexed... in the Lois and Clark TV series Lex Luthor replaced Lois Lane with a defective clone who had to eat a special type of live frog to survive. For some reason I suddenly remembered the Potterverse milk chocolate frogs, and that plain chocolate is quite nice with a little chilli, but milk chocolate is just vile... I've been told that Rowling's chocolate frogs are not animated - all I can say is that they are in my version of the Pottervers!

I've previously used this title for an otherwise unconnected short story, one of my few professional fiction sales: Frog Day Afternoon.

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