Diagnose and Medicate
Chase and Foreman can't seem to stop asking each other questions, even when the answers aren't going to go anywhere good. Somewhere between 'drinking buddy' and 'colleague' and 'friend' is plenty of room for stupid decisions. (Set through "Autopsy" in Season 2)
- Part 1 of Diagnose and Medicate
Duranol-B was developed as a chemical means of attacking and shrinking brain tumors. Phase I trials were promising, except for the reports that it didn't actually shrink brain tumors, and 90% of the patients complained that they "turned gay." (Set in Season 3 some time after "Fetal Position".)
- Part 2 of Diagnose and Medicate
It's not so much that Chase's shaving equipment is useless as it's anachronistic. Written for the "shaving/depilation" prompt for kink_bingo 2010.
- Part 3 of Diagnose and Medicate