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Crossed Wires

Title: Crossed Wires

Author: kageygirl

E-mail: kageygirl@gmail.com

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Fandom: Enterprise

Pairing: Tucker/Reed

Rating: G

Category: Slash

Summary: Comm Chatter Challenge (that's right, I named it!) The boys get chatty while confined to quarters during 2.04 "Dead Stop" (for all of five minutes, I think.).

Spoilers: "Dead Stop"

Comments: It's all Kipli's fault. She grew a T/R bunny, then refused to have anything to do with it.

"I told you we would get in trouble."

"Well, it was still a good idea."

"In what sense?"

"Obviously, there's something to find, if the computer's that paranoid."

"A good security system does not necessarily indicate a nefarious purpose. Or paranoia, for that matter."

"Says the expert."

"Why am I talking to you again?"

"'Cause you're bored."

"That's why you're talking to me. You have the attention span of a fruit fly. I, on the other hand, am perfectly capable of entertaining myself. Why am I talking to you?"

"'Cause you love me."

"Damn. There is that."

"Commander Tucker, Lieutenant Reed. Report to Launch Bay One immediately."

"What is it, Hoshi?"

"I don't know, Sir. The captain didn't say."

"Tucker to Reed."

"Reed here. Go ahead, Sir."

"You find anything in his quarters?"

"Nothing. No reason for him to have gone to the launch bay."

"I'm sorry, Malcolm. I know you two were close."

"…I'll be all right. Have you found anything?"

"No. And no idea what he was trying to do with the EPS grid, either—there are no tools, no spare parts here…T'Pol went to the bridge to check, but we can't see any reason he should have been in here."

"Damn."

"Tucker to Reed."

"Go ahead."

"What're you wearing?"

"…Considering I just got off duty, my uniform. Although I was about to take a shower."

"Ooh, can I watch?"

"Well, not from there, I would think."

"Damn. Well, can you describe it to me?"

"I think not."

"C'mon, Malcolm. You looked so hot on the bridge, blowin' stuff up."

"Are you ever serious?"

"As a warp core breach. But I couldn't help it, you look good dirty and mussed."

"Why, exactly, are you on the comm, instead of being here in person?"

"I think this is kinda sexy."

"You're daft."

"And yet, you love me."

"I really don't know why. And I'd rather not have this conversation on record. With my luck, someone will pull my comm logs."

"You think the chief engineer doesn't know a thing or two about taking things off the record?"

"Wonderful. Now I'm violating protocol again."

"I love it when you quote regs."

"Dear God, you're a pain in the ass."

"Yeah, but I'm all yours."

"I'd really like to clean up now. Those ducts were quite grimy."

"Oh, talk dirty to me."

"You really have a one-track mind."

"But it's headed in the right direction."