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This story is No. 6 in the series "October Madness". You may wish to read the series introduction and the preceeding stories first.

Summary: Due to fandom bans over on, new bits had to be added to older Nights of Frights. Enjoy the extras.

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Alterno to Part Deux, chapter 27

Series: Alterno Part Deux
Title: Krazy With a Capital K - Take Two
Author: Jmaria
Rating: FR-18
Disclaimer: Joss owns his stuff, Murphy owns Glee.
Summary: Alternative takes on 31NoF, Part Deux pieces written to adhere to posting rules on
Part Summary: Horror movie scenarios.
A/N: So, this (and part 31) were originally pairings set in J.R. Ward’s Black Dagger Brotherhood (because it this set was written during the first few books when I didn’t want to strangle her and the characters every five minutes.) It featured Spike and Zsadist, and was a companion piece of sorts to the Spike & Zarek (Dark-Hunters) one. And since there’s a ban on writing in Ward’s ‘verse on, this is what I like to call ‘Alterno-Part-Deux’. Enjoy.

Alterno Nights of Frights:
Part Deux

Krazy with a Capital K - Take Two

“Well, that was just disappointing,” Vi sighed, leaning back on the sofa she was sharing with Dawn.

“I’m never going to look at a shower the same way again, and all you can say is that it was disappointing?” Rachel Berry stared at her like she’d grown three heads. Again. Not that anyone was supposed to know about that.

“Oh, don’t get me wrong, the whole taxidermy’d mother and dressing up and talking for her was squick worthy, but it won’t make me wet the bed for six weeks,” Vi shrugged, silently adding the again. Honestly she had to stop hanging out with Connor and Dawn. They got her into the worst spell mishaps, and she was supposed to be part of their protection detail while in Lima.

“That’s just a frightening visual,” Artie frowned at her.

“It’s just - scary movies don’t scare me anymore, you know?” Vi shrugged.

The Glee kids who’d instantly befriended Dawn when they were transferred here didn’t really get Vi. And that was okay. She couldn’t carry a note, she was forbidden to join organized sports, and she wasn’t a brainiac. And she might have kicked a douche bag in the nuts when he tried to throw a three dollar slushie in her face for no apparent reason.

“Scary movies are the best,” Finn and Puck shared a look over Vi’s head. Of course, that could be because both Quinn and Rachel respectively had their faces buried in the two boys shoulders. Vi rolled her eyes at the guy look.

“They just don’t scare me anymore,” Vi shrugged again, the seventeen year old girl in her wishing she would be scared by them if only to have a boy’s shoulder to bury her head in during the gory scenes. She just wished she could squelch the whole slayer bit for like five seconds and be a normal girl. “I’d be more scared if it was like a romantic comedy and then bam axe murder!”

“Okay, remind me to never go on a date with you,” Finn frowned, giving her that Vi-is-being-a-creeper-again look.

“Actually, rom-com’s are my idea of a scary movie,” Mike Chang said quietly from the other side of Quinn, giving Vi a little bit of a smile.

“I know, right?” Vi grinned back at him, sort of feeling not so crazy for a minute or two.
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