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Summary: Why go to Los Angeles, when a buddy can get you into a certain base in Colorado Springs?

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Stargate > Buffy-CenteredTracksideEeyoreFR1348,35814521,08220 Mar 0516 Aug 06No

Now Leaving Sunnydale

Disclaimer: I do not own the characters from the 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' and 'Stargate: SG-1' television shows. Also, I don't own any quotes or things from either show. The 'Becoming, Part 2' quotes appear courtesy of

A/N: This is an answer to LightSpinner's '802 - Anne the Waitress' Challenge:
Remember the episode Anne? The idea is to write a crossover alternative. Instead of having 'Anne' be a waitress in Helen's Kitchen in L.A. have her be one in Colorado Springs (SG1), or Toronto (Forever Knight), Roswell, Wonderfalls, etc.
She must be a waitress for at least part of the story.
She has to be working at a diner in the town the show takes place in. This removes Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, etc.
She must meet a minimum of one main(-ish) character from the other 'verse.
She must cover up for a slip she makes, or comes close to making, in regards to who she is or her past.
A character must debate investigating her, but decide against it. I don't care what reasons the character has.
No one can find out she's the Slayer. Unless it is a head honcho character like General Hammond.
No long lost relative, or any sort of hidden link, is allowed.
And last, she must go back to Sunnydale the same way she did in the series.
-Would like:
At least 5 chapters.
If her identity, as Buffy Summers, is revealed I'd preferred that it doesn't happen until the story is at least halfway done.
A minor romantic connection, but remember, she has to return to SD.
A character in the other 'verse saying or doing something that unintentionally encourages her to go home.
-The story can be slash, het, or gen. It doesn't matter if whether she gets involved in the plotline or one of the characters is just a regular where she works and they get to know each other. Enjoy!

Also, this will be posted on under the author name, Roch86.

With that said, I've changed the BtVS seasons and some details a bit. Okay, that's a HUGE understatement. When Buffy transfers into Sunnydale High, she's required to repeat 9th grade. Hence, Season 1 was during such grade.

Season 2 continues until the end of 'Halloween' when the Initiative captures Spike and chips him. Faith is not there, Kendra has not arrived yet, Tara (a transfer to Sunnydale HS) is a friend to Willow, and Joyce doesn't know about anything Slayer-ish. The Initiative is under the high school gym. Riley, Graham, Forest, and the other Army guys are upperclassmen in Sunnydale HS. Dr. Maggie Walsh is the HS Psychology teacher. All Season 4 parts concerning the Initiative occur except 'This Year's Girl', 'Who Are You?', 'Superstar', and 'Where the Wild Things Are'. Angel helps in some small cases, but mainly teases Spike. 'Restless' doesn't happen. Riley and any survivors of the Initiative leave Sunnydale immediately. Whistler drops by and un-chips Spike to balance the powers of good and evil to prevent an apocalypse. Drusilla, who was in hiding with the Sunnydale vamps, meets with Spike afterwards. School's out and no big-bads pop up for the summer while only fledgling
s are around to be dusted.

Soon the summer ends and 11th grade begins. Season 2 picks up at 'Lie To Me' and continues onto 'Becoming Part II'. Here's where the fun starts.

"Now that's everything, huh? No weapons . . . No friends . . . No hope."

"Take all that away and what's left?"


"Buffy? What's going on?"

"Where are we? I-I don't remember."


"You're hurt."

"Oh, Buffy . . . God . . . I . . . feel like I haven't seen you in months. Oh, my God, everything's so muddled. I . . . Oh, . . . Oh, Buffy . . . What's happening?"

"Shhh. Don't worry about it."

"I love you."

"I love you."

"Close your eyes."

"Buffy . . ."

"Ticket, please?" Buffy opened her eyes and looked up at the attendant. "Miss, your ticket?" he questioned. She handed him her slip of paper. He checked it and handed the slip back to her. "Las Vegas, eh? You don't seem the kind of girl involved in all that showy stuff."

"No, I'm hoping to meet a friend there," she answered. With a nod, he continued on to the next row. Buffy stared out the window as the bus started down the two-lane street out of town. A sign caught her attention before the bus sped by.

come back soon!

Then, the mourning blonde pulled a small black book out of her bag. She opened the address book to a specific page for a specific person's phone number and address.
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