Disclaimer: I do not own the Jerry Springer show or Buffy.
Author’s Note: just a quick response to the Boldly Go challenge.
“Well, that could have gone better.” Jerry’s blasé statement provoked a laugh from the audience as the two guests, both still struggling and screaming threats, were hauled away. “Perhaps it wasn’t the best idea to invite a KKK member and a gay, Jewish, black dude at the same time. Still, I’m sure you’ll appreciate what’s coming next. That’s right, it’s time for our special ‘California’ episode extended edition. First we have a necrophilia practicing blonde girl who claims if she sleeps with her boyfriend he turns into a killer psychopath, so instead she’s been sleeping with his grandkid!” The audience ooooed at that juicy tidbit. “Now Buffy, and I can see why she might be a bit crazy with a name like that, has been invited to the show, but what she doesn’t know is that in two sound proof booths we’ll have both her ex boyfriend, and his grandkid! That’s not all though, her sister is also interested in the grandkid, a man named Spike, and is also waiting to be brought out!”
The crowd went absolutely wild, clapping and cheering before Jerry gestured for silence. “Our second main guest is a boy who claims the only women interested in him are demons, and I’m not talking about the ‘In the Sack’ kind either. Xander’s going to get a bit of a surprise when we bring in one of those women, a Ms. French, who claims to be straight from a Hell dimension, otherwise known as Cleveland.”
After waiting for the crowd to fall silent once again, Jerry continued, “And finally we have a girl who’s ex-boyfriend is a real animal, and her current love interest is another girl! What will her ex, Oz, think of that when we reunite him with Willow? Well, lets not wait to find out! Come on in Buffy!”
As the crowd broke into a chant of ‘Jerry, Jerry, Jerry!’ the blonde in question walked onto the stage.
Giles spit out his tea in shock at what he was seeing. He knew he shouldn’t have trusted Ethan and bought his excuse of ‘Just visiting a friend for a drink.’