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Summary: Sequel to Boys Are Stupid. Everything that went right goes wrong. *Complete*

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All's Fair

Title: All’s Fair

Author: renelf

Summary: Sequel to Boys Are Stupid. Everything that went right goes wrong.

Rating: PG-13 (for smoochies)

Disclaimer: Neither Buffy nor Smallville belong to me. All kudos to Joss Whedon and DC Comics.

Spoilers: Buffy to the end. Smallville season 1ish.

Dedication: Romance is for Malana. Ickiness is for Skip Ward.


“Meteor rock mutants? You have got to be kidding me.” Chloe unveiled the newly updated Wall of Weird and Buffy coughed. “Ok, so you’re not kidding. What’s the deal?”

“It’s a long story,” said Dawn with a sigh.

Buffy quirked an eyebrow at her sister and thought, she’s got the guy she wants, he’s not a commando or a vampire and she’s still with the sighing.

“Some meteors fell on Smallville and a bunch of people were mutated. They’re mostly harmless but we get more than our fair share of crazies. Clark usually deals with it,” explained Chloe.

Dawn smiled at her sister. “Ok, so not that long.”

Buffy started pacing up and down the Torch office. “I went out of my way to find a nice, NORMAL, place for you to finish high school. Cabot Cove, Maine, seemed nice but then Andrew found out they have a high number of murders. I considered Eerie, Indiana, but Willow thought that it was TOO normal, being the perfect statistical average. Then I found Smallville. Small town, corn fields, high school with a good rep, not too many vampires. And METEOR ROCK MUTANTS! How did I miss this?”

Dawn patted Buffy on the shoulder. “It’s ok. It’s not that bad really. And the high school is really good.”

Chloe looked confused. “Vampires?”


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