Trowa promised Bernard and Catharine he would tell them the whole truth about himself one of these days. How will his long, tragic story change their feelings about him, and about him dating their son?
Ze likes fashion, football, and social justice. He likes Star Wars, friends, and tabletop roleplaying. Can this meeting between totally dissimilar strangers go anything but badly?
DC Animated Universe: Clark can’t figure out why Lois, not usually given to writing gossip articles, has just come up with this fluff piece about a couple of villains at a nightclub.
Avatar: The Last Airbender: Zuko, Sokka, and Toph attempt to fix the swimming pool at the old Ember Island estate.
Anarchist Katsu deals with the question of Sano dating a what, now?
Just a couple of yakuza thugs chatting on their way to a meeting.
Three men. Two rivals. One complicated problem.
As evidence is heard about Sanosuke’s treasonous father, so is the story of Sanosuke’s involvement with the undercover agent that brought that treason to light.
Kaoru, Sano, and Megumi come to certain conclusions about themselves and Kenshin.
Aoshi receives relationship advice and gossip from an unexpected source.
Sano and Katsu work through how they feel about some things, including Saitou, Megumi, and, most importantly, their own friendship.
Days keep slipping by while Heero, who desperately wants to step up his relationship with Duo, the taxi driver that always takes him to work, continually puts off confessing that he likes him.
Saitou thinks he needs to keep working on a case all night; Sano thinks he needs something else.
Saitou isn’t terribly pleased at the approach of Christmas and the winter break; Sano thinks he knows the reason and what to do about it.
Kenshin is selflessly supportive when he’d rather be severe, or at least supplicating.