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((New post, because it is good for the universe. I would like to applaud all of the Cravat's fine members for not making a home/Holmes pun, nor yet a Holmesosexual pun. Not yet.))

Location: The Cravat
Time: Out of time

Sherlock Holmes and John Watson stumbled out of the portal, Watson still a little wide eyed at the prospect of time travel, Holmes retaining his famous composure. They stood in wait of the others, avoiding each other's eyes.


Jan. 15th, 2007 04:52 am (UTC)
"Wow," Gabe muttered, a note of derision, watching Holmes flee. "That was mature." He stood up easily, having taken considerably less damage than Jeannot, and offered his love a hand. "I'm sorry," he said, though the entire thing wasn't his fault in the slightest. "You didn't hurt yourself too badly, I hope?"
Jan. 15th, 2007 05:04 am (UTC)
"Hip injuries can be very painful, although I should hope that yours re not too bad. You only took a short fall, yes?" Watson inquired, as professionally as possible. "I should hope so. I realy do apologize on his behalf," he continued, totally flustered, "It was my fault. He continued to imply - and I continued to disagree - and - oh, I am sorry."
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Jan. 15th, 2007 05:23 am (UTC)
"Self-control?" Gabe asked, slightly incredulous at the thought. "Jean, that's practically what closets are made for." He smiled at Jeannot, showing him he didn't mind. He was more amused by the incident than anything else. "And, Watson?" he added, somewhat icily. "Next time you decide to fight with Holmes, could you fight about something that's actually your business? Thanks."
Jan. 15th, 2007 05:28 am (UTC)
"Fight - with Holmes?" The two words did not really connect in Watson's mind. "I wasn't fighting. He was only suggesting that. . .the natural course of nature would demand. . .and I was contending that. . .and it had nothing to do with your particular case. . .and," he added, becoming slightly more irritated, "Who was it that demanded his apology?"
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Jan. 15th, 2007 05:49 am (UTC)
"I am not sure that that would be such a good idea," Watson said tactfully. "I really think it is best to allow him to wallow - pardon me, I mean, some time to calm himself. He will see sense momentarily. Now, Mr. Bonnaire," he continued, the awkwardness of the situation removing his ability to call Jeannot by his nickname, "can you move your leg in a circle?"
Jan. 15th, 2007 05:52 am (UTC)
"No," Gabe replied, slightly less angry at Watson now that he was doing some good. "I suspect 'wallow' is a far more appropriate word."
Jan. 15th, 2007 05:55 am (UTC)
"Mr. Rosenburg," Watson said wearily, turning to Gabe, "I assure you that I could not agree with you more. But pardon me if I do feel a sense of loyalty to a man who has saved my life more times than I can count."
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Jan. 15th, 2007 06:01 am (UTC)
"Hmm." Watson examined Jeannot's leg intently. "Yes, I think you should be all right, Jeannot." He used the name carefully, as though unsure if it would be acceptable. "It's only a bruise. Thank heavens, I believe we've all had enough misfortune for today. Just don't do anything too. . ." In spite of himself, he glanced at Gabe. "Vigorous."
Jan. 15th, 2007 06:15 am (UTC)
Gabe noticed Watson's glance and tried, for Jeannot's sake, not to let it get him too angry. "Don't worry," he said, not viciously. "I'll make sure he's careful."
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Jan. 15th, 2007 06:25 am (UTC)
"You know," Watson said, smiling slightly, "I'm not Holmes, but I'm not an idiot, either. If you gentlemen would like for me to go away, you have only to say the word." Something in him cried out at the blatant condoning of gross indecency, but something else in him cried out at the other part of him to not be a hypocrite, you idiot. He had been pulled unexpectedly into a closet before.
Jan. 15th, 2007 06:42 am (UTC)
"Holmes said we had a room upstairs and that there's a cot for us to set up," Gabe replied. "I think now may be a good time to do it, and that way everyone has some privacy." He paused and then amended himself, "Provided our room has a lock, so that Holmes isn't able to interrupt again." He then realized of whom he was speaking and amended further, "Provided it has a lock he can't pick, if such a lock actually exists."
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