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Ian needs his job to pay for his meds and help pay rent. Mickey needs a better job to help Ian pay for his meds, pay for stuff Yev needs and help pay rent. Iggy needs a job to help pay rent that won't put him back in the can if he's busted. And Mandy needs a better job to get away from the harassing asshole customers at the diner and to help pay rent.
Help comes from an ad in the paper, a woman called Gemma Steinfeld, and childhood memories.
Also known as the story where Mickey becomes a grumpy pastry chef with a passion for apple pie, Mandy (wo)mans the register and won't put up with bullshit, Ian becomes a regular customer (if more for the people who work there than the actual food. Although he'll happily try Mickey's newest concoctions, as bizarre as they may sound), and Iggy really has no clue how he ended up there, but it pays decently and it's legal, so he isn't going to complain.
Season 4: Another take on what might have happened before and after "Bonds of Steele."
Fandoms: Merlin (TV), Harry Potter - J. K. Rowling
13 Aug 2017
What if two strangers showed up at Hogwarts in Harry fifth year. And what about the strange end to the Triwizards Tournament, could they have something to do with it? Are they even brothers and why do they sound like they've been in lots of life and death situations?
05 Jul 2016
“Stiles’s name was Thomas. Thomas Edison.”
Everyone’s face clouds up in some sort of emotion. Scott perks up and looks at Derek. “That’s why you called him Thomas.”
The other man nods.
“So,” the Asian girl asks, “he. . . Stiles doesn’t remember anything?”
Minho looks at his feet. “Anything he does remember is fake.”
“But. . .how did he know my name?” says Scott. “And – his dad; he knew who his dad was.”
The Sheriff is quick to look at them for answers. Newt shakes his head in confusion.
“We don’t know. Probably instinct. You can’t remember something you’ve never well seen or felt before, can you?”
The youngest boy in the group jumps onto his feet, looking at Scott with huge eyes. “He,” he all but exclaims, looking sick, “he doesn’t remember werewo—”
Vic never really moves out.