Summary: What would have happened if "Adam Pierson" had been a different type of Watcher? This is an alternate version of the Buffy Season 1 episode 'Teacher's Pet'.
Fandoms:General fictionCharacters: None Genres: General Warnings: None Challenges: None Series: None Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
Word count: 11043
Summary: Keywords: Angel/Highlander Xover, Humor
Characters: Angelus, Cordelia, Wesley, Gunn, Methos
Warnings: Implied slash, some violence
Archive : If you want it, let me know so I know where its going.
Summary : Angelus must put up with the gang's attempts to cheer him up at Christmas without revealing his true identity. Written to the specifications of the AngelXoverSlash Xmas contest.
Disclaimers: They aren't mine. I can wish. Angelus and crew belong to Joss Whedon and Mutant Enemy. Methos lets R:P/D think that they own him.
Author's Notes: This is only my second fic, at least that is longer than a page, so I would like to thank both Killaria and Theresa for betaing. They did an amazing job and all remaining mistakes are my own. And thanks to Horton's Second Cousin for listening to me babble on while trying to get this story straight. I apologize if you recieve double postings.
THERE IS NO CHARACTER DEATH! Please remember this as you read, no matter how things may seem at the time. Fandoms:slash fictionCharacters: None Genres: Slash Warnings: Humor, mild violence Challenges: None Series: None Chapters: 1 Completed: No
Word count: 5288
Published: 05/23/05 Updated: 05/23/05
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