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The New Circle 67/? 
19th-Jul-2013 08:19 pm
The Secret Circle Part Three smaller

Title: The New Circle
Fandoms: Smallville/Secret Circle
Characters: Chloe Sullivan, Clark Kent, Pete Ross, Lana Lang, Whitney Fordman, Greg Arkin, Nell Potter, John Blackwell, Gabe Sullivan, Lex Luthor, Davis Bloome, Jason Teague, Tess Mercer, Oliver Queen, Patricia Swan...
Rating: T
Disclaimer: Don't own
Summary: Chloe Sullivan had a normal-ish life before the circle and John Blackwell turned her life upside down and gave new meaning to the unexplained weirdness that goes on in Smallville. Now life's a witch, she's a part of a circle she's not too sure she wants to be bound to, and not only do they have to worry about Witch-Hunters, but unknowingly to them another circle is on the hunt too.
Wanna thank tenshinrtaiga for betaing!

Byron was bunking in the basement because he still wouldn't come out during the day and was scared of sunlight. Chloe had tried to convince him to move up but he'd been firm in his decision to make below his home and in the end she realized it was going to take a while to work on him and she still hadn't found anything in the Balcoin book of shadows concerning his illness so it was probably for the best. Out of all of her siblings, Byron was the shiest, which was really to be expected all things considered, and he only came out of his room after sunset, continuing his schooling through correspondence.

The thing about Byron's moving in with them was that, for the first time, there was another Balcoin other than Chloe that her siblings didn't dislike intensely. They were a bit wary of Byron at first but had grown comfortable with him quickly knowing that as long as it was night time, he wouldn't pose any sort of threat to them or their safety. He wasn't that comfortable with Faye or Lucas (Chloe wondered if it was because they weren't blood and his other side recognized that) but he seemed better around Whitney and Greg (whom he said felt like Chloe, which she guessed was because they were bound to her Circle).

Another incredible thing about this other side of Byron was that, while he didn't see or hear Adam, he could sense him. He'd actually seemed to take to Adam the quickest and easiest of them all, and Chloe had a feeling it was due to the fact that they were both cursed in their own ways that they could relate to each other. It was kinda cute because while he was upstairs, Byron usually gravitated to the dry eraser board and spent most of his time chatting with Adam. Their friendship was adorable.

Chloe's gaze went from where Byron was laughing at something Adam had written, back to the book of shadows, pulling a strand of hair out of her face and concentrating on the section she was supposed to be reading about certain spells unique to the Balcoins. Once she was able to read this and get a grip on the magic herself, she was going to have to start teaching her siblings what she'd learned and the thought was both amazing and terrifying.

"Don't be ridiculous. Spike is a way better person than Angel," Faye declared in earnest as she leaned closer to Greg, with whom she was having an apparently very serious conversation if their expressions were anything to go by.

"How can you say that he's a better person than Angel?" Greg made a face, highly insulted. "If it hadn't been for Angel, Spike would have killed everyone!"

"If it wasn't for that gypsy curse then Angel would have killed everyone!" Faye fought back. "And that brings me to the point as to why Spike is much better than Angel! He fought for his soul. Angel was cursedwith it."

"He only did it for a girl." Greg rolled his eyes, not at all convinced. "Spike always did whatever he did for a girl. He got the soul because he figured it'd help him get Buffy. Not because he really wanted it."

"That's stupid. He would have killed Dru for Buffy. Yeah. But he understood the ramifications of getting a soul – he'd seen what a moody, brooding, annoying twat Angel was because of it. But he'd realized after he tried to hurt Buffy – Spike is the better man. Okay?" Faye was all sorts of passionate about this as she turned to Cassie. "Back me up on this."

Cassie looked up from the homework she was still in the middle of competing. "Don't look at me. I was a Wesley Wyndam-Price girl."

Both Greg and Faye made faces, Faye shaking her head. "Talk about an asshole. Who kidnaps their best friend's kid and gets it hijacked into a demon dimension?"

"Hey! He thought Angel was going to kill Connor, okay? There was a prophecy." Cassie pouted. "And anyway, he totally redeemed himself in the end. If Angel could forgive him, no one else has the right to hold it against him."

"Aha!" Greg pointed to Faye. "That reminds me of another point in my favor! Angel forgave Wesley for what he did. That goes to show that Angel was the better guy because no way would Spike do the same if it'd been him!"

Faye rallied up to defend Spike.

On the other side of the room, another conversation of a different kind was taking place between Diana and Lucas.

"So I'm not just imagining it and being evil-minded?" Diana hugged herself, eyeing Lucas thoughtfully.

"Definitely not." He smirked. "Mrs Tran and Mr Harvey are definitely banging each other behind Mrs Harmon's back."

"I was just hoping I was being too suspicious!" Diana gasped, shaking her head. "Everyone knows that Mrs Harmon and Mr Harvey are hooking up behind her husband's back, but there was just this vibebetween him and Mrs Tran. And the fact that her husband's a truck driver and never there, well, it gives them ample opportunity."

"I got more than a vibe." Lucas snorted. "When Mik and I were driving back from dropping off Brendan and Trent after they had to eat humble pie, Mik and I saw Mr Harvey leaving Mrs Tran's home, trying to fix his clothes as he did. It was so late at night, he probably thought everyone was sleeping."

"Oh, wow." Diana blinked. "That's not going to stay secret for much longer though. I mean, this is Smallville we're talking about. It's tiny here. If you and Mikhail saw him then others might have as well."

Lucas grinned. "A catfight between the teachers would be awesome."

Diana raised an eyebrow at him, visibly unimpressed with this declaration.

Chloe turned the page and began reading about the background of the newest spell the book was describing, but a bit of the conversation Whitney and Mikhail were having caught her attention.

"From what we were told, Coach Teague is awake, but he suffered a concussion and has been on bed rest this whole time." Whitney made a face. "A couple of the guys have gone to see him and say that he seems to be okay, just bored stiff in bed."

"When's he planning on returning to school?" Mikhail wanted to know.

"Not sure, I didn't really ask." Whitney shrugged. "I did hear that there were a lot of vans parked outside the Luthor place though, as if they were planning something."

Chloe reached for her phone and checked it yet again and yet still nothing from Clark, Lana or Pete. Ever since that comment from that guy in the school, she'd felt paranoid and started texting and emailing her friends, putting aside her hurt for their lack of communication during the time of her father's death, and yet still no one answered her. She was beginning to get seriously worried... worried enough that if she didn't hear from them by Friday, she was going to go to Potter's Potts to see if Nell had.

A knock sounded at the door, Chloe closing the book and putting it on the side table as she walked past Byron and Adam to peek out of the peephole, a frown marking her features. "Who the hell?" She unlocked the door before pulling it open to reveal the man in a knight costume. "Can I help you?"

"I wish to address the mistress of the house."

Chloe blinked, a little freaked, the quiet behind her proving that everyone else was paying rapt attention to them. "I guess that would be me."

He smiled and gave a flourish of a bow. "It is my greatest honor to provide you, my lady, with an invitation to the ball."

Behind her, she could hear Faye saying, "Did he just say ball?"

"Ball," Chloe repeated the word, confused.

He pulled out a golden card out of his cape and handed it to her. "You have been cordially invited to the grand ball that will be held in the ballroom of Luthor Manor. Dress code and other information can be found on the invitation, which you must present at the door if you and your courtier wish to be allowed entrance into the ball of all balls!" And with that he bowed and pranced away.

Chloe watched him head to the house next door, and then turned to look in the opposite direction to see her neighbor staring at her with the same "what the hell?" expression she was sure she wore herself.

The neighbor waved, the invitation in his hand.

Chloe waved back, slipping inside the house and closing the door to the sound of the medieval knight beginning his glorious explanation to her other confused neighbor.

"What is this, Cinderella?" Greg made a face, the first to reach her as everyone crammed around the blonde.

Chloe opened the invitation and read the gold, cursive writing. "You are cordially invited to Lionel Luthor's ball, which will take place in the Luthor Manor ballroom this Friday night. The ball will start promptly at eight o'clock and the dress code is Fairytale Elegance, so dress to impress. Present this invitation at the gates so that you and your plus one won't get turned away as it is a highly exclusive affaire."

"Can I just be the first to say: what the hell?" Cassie made a face, shaking her head. "A ball?"

"This is obviously not just a ball. There's got to be more to it than that." Lucas eyed the invitation. "I refuse to believe that I'm blood related to anyone who would just through a ball for the heck of it."

"It feels like a trap of some sort." Mikhail raised an eyebrow. "You shouldn't go."

"No, she should." Diana had an odd expression on her face. "They wouldn't do anything in front of so many other people, especially if they're a part of this community. It'll be safe and maybe she can talk to Lex and figure out exactly what's going on. Ever since Lionel and his group have arrived, Lex and his have been basically grounded at home. It would be a good chance to talk to Lex and have it not be suspicious."

"She has a point." Faye gave a sigh. "But I still don't like this. It still seems suspicious. The Luthors don't seem like the type to willingly mingle with the common folk like this. It does feel trap-ish."

Byron was silent, away from the group, and yet still watching in concern.

Adam was by the window, staring out. "You might want to get the door."

Chloe turned at that and went to the door, opening it just as Davis Bloome was about to knock.

His eyes widened as he retrieved his hand. "Hi."

"Davis." She gave him a confused smile. "Hi."

"You're no doubt wondering why I'm here," Davis announced, seeming quite uncomfortable and self-conscious as he stood on her doorstop.

"I'm guessing it has something to do with this." She held up the invitation.

"Oh, you got it already. Good. Makes this less awkward." Davis shook his head, lifting his gaze from the card to her face. "I'd like to invite you to be my Plus One at the ball. That way two of your Circle can also attend using your invitation. The cards don't have names and the guards have to let in a couple if they have the golden invitation."

Chloe's eyes widened, realizing that Davis was helping her greatly by doing this. "Did Lex send you to do this?"

He flinched slightly, shaking his head. "No. This was my own initiative. Lex and Jason know you so well, I feel the desire to as well, to extend my hand in friendship."

She stared up at the guy she really hadn't gotten to know at all despite the fact that he was technically the first of Lex's Circle that she'd actually met, or at least seen. There was something about him that made her feel a little wary, but she shrugged it off as guilt and also the fact that he was best friends with Jason. But considering that she and Jason had never been anything and probably would never be anything, she figured there was no harm in accepting the offer. "That's so – thank you." She licked her lips, a little nervous. "So I'll see you at the gate?"

"No, I'll come and pick you up." He flashed her a grin. "If you'd like me to get you a gown-"

"I'll handle that, thanks." Chloe smiled at him, holding the invitation to her chest.

Davis took a step towards her. "Thank you for accepting."

She opened her mouth to tell him it was nothing when Adam Knight stepped in between them, his back to Chloe. She blinked, not at all sure what the hell was wrong with him but knowing she must look like a fool because she could see Adam but Davis couldn't and it would probably look to him like she was staring all over the place.

Sidestepping Adam, Chloe opened her mouth when Adam sidestepped once more.

What the hell was wrong with him?

"I – we'll have a great time, I'm sure." Chloe smiled at the general region in the back of Adam's head where she assumed Davis' face to be. "Have a good night, Davis."

"You too, Chloe." And with that he turned and left, walking away.

Chloe waited until he'd walked around the corner before slapping the back of Adam's head with her invitation. "What the hell was that about?"

Byron appeared at her side, looking in the direction Davis had disappeared to. "Who was that?"

"Davis Bloome. He belongs to Lex's Circle." She slapped at Adam's hands as the guy began shepherding her back into the house. "What is wrong with you tonight, Knight?"

Byron entered the house and closed the door behind him, a disturbed expression on his face.

"You're not going with him," Adam told Chloe pointblank.

She blinked up at him in confusion. "I beg your pardon?"

"I've got a bad feeling about him, Chloe. You're not going with him," Adam declared.

"A bad feeling? About Davis?" Chloe frowned before shaking her head. "Adam, thanks for trying to protect me, but I'm going to the ball with Davis Bloome. It frees up this ticket for two of my Circle to be there as well. It makes the most sense."

"I'm not going," Lucas announced, hands up, almost as if scared to be asked. "I wouldn't go to a Luthor party if I was paid to."

"Costume parties are usually my thing, but this one will probably be filled with old people so it'll be lame." Faye made up her face. "I'd be so bored to tears, I wouldn't be alert even if something horrible didhappen. Plus, the Carrie Diaries are on Friday nights and we don't have TiVo."

Byron merely leaned against the door, eyes narrowed as he stared ahead in silence, seemingly deep in thought.

"Well, I'm going," Whitney declared, arms folded over his chest. "Like Adam, I don't like the thought of you going and I'd feel better if I was around to keep an eye on you."

"I'm just going to say this to you once." Mikhail raised an eyebrow at Whitney. "You better be secure in your manhood because I'm going too."

Faye burst out laughing.

Diana bit her bottom lip, obviously amused too and yet trying to contain it. "Are you sure that's the wisest choice? This is a small town with closed minds. Even though neither of you are gay the fact that you'd be arriving together – there'd be rumors."

"I don't care." Mikhail shrugged, having his usual attitude towards everything. "If he does, he can stay. But I'm going." He raised an eyebrow at Diana and Cassie. "I'd be forced to take one of you two, but I'm going nonetheless."

"Between rumors of being gay or incestuous, which shall win?" Faye was having far too much fun at the moment.

Chloe rolled her eyes, moving past Adam. "I'm tired, guys. I'm taking the book to bed." She grabbed the book, her phone (still nothing from the missing trio), and gave her siblings and friends a smile before going upstairs.

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Davis admittedly felt a little guilty for what he'd just done, but he figured that he really shouldn't. From what he could tell, Jason seemed to be avoiding the girl so he really couldn't have cared much about her and Lex had told them all that it would be a mistake to be anything more than friendly acquaintances or allies with Chloe, so obviously Lex didn't care that much for her either. In other words, Davis didn't see why he should feel guilty at all now. He merely wanted to have the same opportunity Lex and Jason both had; to talk to the Firstborn, to grow – friendly. If something else happened... then he wouldn't complain.

Hurrying up the steps to the Luthor Manor, Davis missed a step as pain wracked through his body, the guy barley managing to steady himself as he bent on his knees, dizziness filling him and the world spinning as something hot and painful clawed in his chest.

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As Chloe emerged from the bathroom wearing shorts and a long t-shirt, her wet hair up in a towel, she paused for a second when she saw Adam sitting Indian Style on his blow-up bed, watching her. She hadn't heard him enter and was a little surprised to see him, but shrugged it off, moving past him onto the bed as she sat down and began drying her hair as best as she could.

"Shouldn't things be more awkward between you and Whitney?"

Chloe looked up at that, pulling the towel away. "Huh?"

"You were kissing while he was naked." Adam turned to face her. "I mightn't have ever had a relationship – but doesn't that usually mark a special moment in a relationship? Isn't that second base or something?"

Chloe's eyes widened, the blonde blushing in horror to know that someone had witnessed that. She threw herself sideways on the bed and grabbed a pillow, bringing it to cover her face as she tried to get composure. Her face, she knew, was beet red.

The pillow was yanked away, Adam eyeing her curiously.

Yanking the pillow back, Chloe groaned as she sat up. "It's different with Whitney. He-I-" She took in a deep breath, knowing she wouldn't be able to accurately explain, to fully convey with mere words the ease she felt with the Quarterback. "We both know things wouldn't work out with us romantically but – uh – god this is embarrassing." She fanned herself, face burning. "I know not to-and he knows not to as well. He did kissed me to force me to see that I could control the Enthrallment, to protect him, and I kissed him to prove it to myself. It – we're kissing friends when it's necessary. I mean, it's, uh, it's complicated. He told me he meant nothing weird with his kiss and I told him I meant nothing weird with my kiss so it's all good. We know not to make a big deal about it." She knew it was all a mess of words and that she was probably confusing Adam even more, but she really couldn't explain it any better when she didn't understand it much better herself. Her eyes suddenly widened as she thought of something. "You haven't told anyone, have you?" When Adam shook his head she let out a sigh of relief. "Good. I feel that I can speak for Whitney when I say we'd rather others not know. They wouldn't get it. There'd be teasing. It would be awkward."

Adam frowned as he sat up straight on the blow up bed. "What about Jason?"

"What about Jason?" Chloe was baffled by the unexpected question. "You were there the night he basically called me a hussy for kissing all of his friends, minus Oliver, and said it would be better for us not to interact for a while. There's nothing there, obviously." She looked away, licking her lips. "I always felt something like this might happen. Just sucks that it did." Taking in a deep breath she returned her orbs to Adam with a little smile. "I've learned my lesson. No getting emotionally attached to older, more experienced witches who belong to a Circle that thinks they own me." She nodded, straightening as she smiled at Adam a little more cheerfully. "Now that I know that I can kiss someone who isn't one of the Six without my Enthrallment messing it all up, it's opened a lot more options for me anyway so I'll be fine."

"I do not like the feeling I got from this Davis guy," Adam finally announced, changing the subject completely once more.

Chloe blinked, letting out a little laughter. "You're being so random tonight, Adam!"

He seemed far from amused. "There's just something I don't like, Chloe. I don't want you going with him to that party."

"It'll be fine, Adam." Chloe smiled. "Mikhail and Whitney will both be there." Her smile turned mischievous as she leaned forwards, closer to him. "I have a feeling you are going to be there too."

Adam eyed her silently before his blues gazed away and he licked his lips. "Chloe, I'm going to tell you what I overheard that day your father cursed me."

Her smile drained from her face, eyes widening. "But that's your bargaining chip to make sure I try and remove the curse on you."

He gave a little dark chuckle, still not looking at her. "Chloe, I know you enough to know that even if I tell you, you're still going to help me. You won't go back on your word. You're not that type of person."

Chloe gulped.

Adam took in a deep breath before kneeling and pressing up, bringing his face close to Chloe's, staring into her greens in silence before reaching out and placing his hand on her forehead, darkness consuming.

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A young Adam Knight had strayed from where his older brothers and parents were in the drawing room, the youngest boy's curiosity having gotten the better of him and he'd managed to get himself lost in the large Manor. He wasn't too disturbed by this though. It wouldn't have been the first time that he'd gotten lost due to his intense curiosity and mother and father had always managed to find him, or one of his older brothers had. That was the good thing about having five older brothers; there was always someone to look out for him and watch his back when he needed them the most.

Somehow, he'd found his way into a room filled with protection symbols, the boy recognizing them from his big brothers' study books. He was still too young to learn these sorts of things right now, but he had snuck a look through their text books and knew a couple of them already. He couldn't wait until he could join in on the studies with his brothers.

Hearing footsteps, Adam's eyes widened, knowing he wasn't supposed to be here and mommy and daddy would be mad. That was why he dashed into the closet, closing the door to a crack so he could peer outside in case it was just one of his brothers searching for him. But it wasn't them. Instead Mr Luthor and Mr Balcoin entered the room, both seeming agitated.

"It seems like too risky a move, John." Mr Luthor frowned, closing the door behind them, the symbols coming to life around them, keeping what they were saying inaudible to those outside. "There was areason why he was placed there. We both know that."

"You have your family, Lionel," John snapped at him. "Everyone out there, every one of the Six, have their children with them. All except for me. The lone Balcoin. I need to do this."

"What if you have a daughter, John?" Lionel frowned. "Think about what you're planning on doing."

"We have already made the pact, Lionel, and you get just as much as I do from it." John came closer. "Anyway, daughters are rarely born to Balcoins, you know that. The chances of me having a girl child are slim."

"And what if you have a daughter?" Lionel pressed. "What if your Firstborn is female?"

John sneered at that. "Considering my family tree, that is highly unlikely Lionel. We've only ever had two. The Balcoin family has almost always been headed by men and consists mostly of them as well."

Lionel shook his head. "I am done trying to reason with you. If you wish to risk any girl-child you may have then it is your decision to make. I only stand to gain from this proposition of yours. But we still need another of the Six. At least Three must be present if we wish to break through the barrier and enter the realm where he dwells." He raised an eyebrow. "I wouldn't involve Tentagel or Wylt, even Sigan seems iffy. But Le Fay would be open to this."

John nodded. "I thought so, too. I will go to Janus and speak to him personally about this. With him on our side, we'll be able to breach the lock on the shadow realm he's been imprisoned in and have an audience with him. He'll give us all we've ever wanted in return for what we have to offer."

"Are you sure of that?" Lionel raised an eyebrow. "He has reason to hold a grudge against any Balcoin."

"What grudge would hold up against the offer to be finally free?" John wanted to know.

Lionel took in a deep breath. "There was a reason why the Seven became the Six, John. Do not take what we are about to do so lightly."

"Believe me, Lionel, I don't." John smirked. "This is the right thing for us to do if we truly want an edge in this game. He can give us everything we've ever wanted, pure power, lost knowledge – we need him."

"And if it does go pear-shaped, we'll pay the piper." Lionel chuckled darkly. "The next few years will be quite enlightening as to whether we live to regret this or wonder why we hadn't done so sooner." He smirked. "If we pull this off, we shall need your Firstborn in case this all goes to hell. He'll be the only Ace in the Hole we'll have, especially considering what will be running through his veins."

"Leave that to me, Lionel."

"Better pray you're right, John, about your chances of conceiving a daughter being near impossible." Lionel moved towards the door. "And that the idea of your Firstborn being a girl near laughable." He paused by the door. "Because should things work out otherwise, and the impossible prove to be anything but, our Ace in the Hole will become a highly dangerous card to be holding in our deck, especially considering who we'd be playing against." He raised an eyebrow. "Don't think I won't trade her in should it come to that. With what I'm about to do, I'll have every right to do so, especially if you are not alive when push comes to shove. But don't worry, my boy, you will have other children. It won't be the end of your family tree."

John frowned darkly at his friend.

"Good, I see you're truly thinking of the ramifications." Lionel smirked. "It will make this whole game much more interesting now."

And with that, Lionel Luthor left the room.

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Chloe gasped as she found herself back in her bedroom, staring at Adam. "When dad told me that the person who'd killed him was a monstrously powerful man with a hateful, obsessive vendetta against the Balcoins, he was talking about this man, wasn't he? He was talking about someone from a Seventh Original Witch family – someone whose family seems to have completely disappeared, every trace of them removed from even our books of shadows." She gulped as it hit her, hard. "He was talking about a man my father, Lionel Luthor, and this Janus Le Fay freed from this 'shadow realm'."

Adam took in a deep breath before he nodded.

20th-Jul-2013 02:29 am (UTC)
So here I am rereading the last chapter and bam there's another chapter up!! You are truly magnificent!!!

What the heck i going on with Davis??
Love how faye was teasing Whitney and Mikhail.
And holy shit what did John get Chloe into???

Can't wait to see what happens at the ball!!
22nd-Jul-2013 12:27 am (UTC)
I try---I truly do! ;)

Now, when do I actually give hints? :p
Faye totally, evilly, enjoyed that!
20th-Jul-2013 07:36 am (UTC)
it's high time for lionel to spill the beans... what he and john did... power hungry man ....ahhhrrg....
davis going loco is no suprise... can't wait for the ball...

thank you for the update...
22nd-Jul-2013 12:27 am (UTC)
True true! But he DOES love playing things close to the chest.
20th-Jul-2013 07:35 pm (UTC)
OMG I hate it when real life gets in the way of reading my favorite fanfic but I love it when I get to read 4 chapters of new material in a row! Love the whole introduction of Davis trying to put the moves on Chloe, cuz in all fairness the other guys did have their shot, even though I myself am still team JASON! I loved the whole awkward Adam stalker commenting on Chloe's complicated romantic prospects with Davis, Jason, and of course naked!Whitney. Can't wait for more.
22nd-Jul-2013 12:28 am (UTC)
(1) Hope everything is okay in RL (2) yay! means its the fav fanfic!
21st-Jul-2013 07:40 am (UTC)
OH dear. I fear it's going to be a ballroom blitz :P

It will be funny to see how that whole staying away from Chloe idea will last with Lex and the rest.

I'm worried about how Jason will be affected from his injury.

And did The Seventh hijack Davis?

Loved all the interactions of the group. I can't count the all the times I found myself in the same Spike vs Angel debate. Byron and Adam are so cute. Mikhail and Whitney as each others plus one priceless. And hot.
22nd-Jul-2013 12:30 am (UTC)
You KNOW it isn't going to be just ANY ball.....
Can't comment on Jason or Davis....
Ooh! Really? Whose side were you rooting for? Angel or Spike?
22nd-Jul-2013 04:57 am (UTC)
Spike all the way:)
Angel became to much of a dork once he got his own show.
21st-Jul-2013 02:34 pm (UTC)
Wow. John royally fucked up Chloe's life, huh. Glad Byron is doing better. This ball sounds shady I have the monster mash stuck in my head now.

I was in love with the Jason/Chloe earlier but now I'm torn between that and Whitney/Chloe and also Adam/Chloe (he certainly seems smitten).
22nd-Jul-2013 12:29 am (UTC)
Yeah, John will never win father of the year. HAHA! Have that song stuck in MY head now!
Good! My evil work is done!
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