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Starsky laid next to Hutch on the blanket the two of them had spread on the roof of Venice Place as the two men stared up at the stars. Starsky wished he knew how to tell Hutch that his feelings had grown beyond friendship - what he now felt for Hutch was love.

Just then a shooting star shot across the sky. Hutch turned his head and asked, "Did you make a wish?". Starsky glanced at Hutch as he asked, "What do you mean?". Looking back at the sky, Hutch said, "When I was growing up, my grandfather told me that if you make a wish on a shooting star, it will soon come true." Starsky let out a sigh as he turned his head so again he was looking at the stars. He said, "I do have a wish. I wish I knew exactly how you feel about me." Hutch asked, "What do you mean? You know how I feel about you."

Starsky said, "But you don't how feel about you. I LOVE YOU KENNETH RICHARD HUTCHINSON. I want to spend the rest of my life loving you." Starsky heard a sob, turned his head, and raised himself up so he was leaning on one elbow. Looking down at Hutch, he saw the tears in Hutch's eyes. Reaching out, he brushed one tear away as he asked, "What's wrong?".

Hutch raised himself up so that he was looking at Starsky and said, "You've made my wish come true as well because I LOVE YOU DAVID MICHAEL STARSKY. I also want to spend the rest of my life loving you." The two men smiled, closed their eyes, and kissed each other as another shooting star shot over their heads.

When they finally had to separate for air, Starsky asked, "Now what?". Hutch grinned and said, "Let's take this inside." They stood up, gathered up the blanket, and headed downstairs to Hutch's apartment to find what other wishes they could make come true.