The Watchman

Disclaimer: He belongs to 1013 Productions, and the company that doesn’t deserve him, 20th Century Fox Film Corp.
Rating: PG-13
Category: V, A, MT
Spoilers: Nothing too explicit, but for “Biogenesis” and “The 6th Extinction.”
Archive: Certainly. Let me know where, and I’ll send a bundt cake.
Feedback: Is gratefully accepted and always replied-to.
Thanks: To the three who weighed in on this one, Keryn, Vickie, Peggy G. Sorry Vic, I couldn’t resist the fact that I’d actually written a vignette, and so I let it stand!
Author’s note: I couldn’t get that image of Mulder from the beginning of “The 6th Extinction” out of my head. This is the result.
Summary: Someone watches over Mulder. Fill-in for that time between “Biogenesis” and “The 6th Extinction.”

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The Kindness of Strangers

Rating: PG-13 for language. Otherwise, just Mulder Angst and a bit of Scully Torture. Mulder doesn't even faint. Unheard of for me, I know. Sorry.
Disclaimer: You know they're not mine, I know they're not mine, THEY know they're not mine, and they haven't sued me yet. So I guess they know there's no harm intended--because of course, there isn't!
Spoilers: Yup. For the season 6 episode TITHONUS. Be warned.
Thanks: To the usual suspects. Keryn and Christine read parts of this as a work-in-progress, and Vickie and Kristina are always nothing but encouraging. Thanks, guys. And I just found out I won a Purple Heart Award! To all who voted for me, gee, thanks. I don't know what to say. I'm relatively new at this, so to win something is, well, stunning.
Archive: By all means. But be so kind as to let me know.
Feedback: Is what I live for!
Summary: A fill-in for Tithonus, documenting the hell that Mulder goes through as he finds out what happened to Scully, and the thing he is reminded of.

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Disclaimer: They belong to 1013 Productions and that shining example of all that’s evil about vertical integration, 20th Century Fox Film Corporation. I am just borrowing. Don’t sue.
Rating: PG
Category: V, A, MT, post-ep
Spoilers: For the 7th-season episode “Millennium,” with oblique references to the two “6th Extinctions.” Be warned.
Feedback: Yes, please.
Thanks: To Keryn, Vickie, Peggy G., thanks for making sure I was saying what I wanted to say Christine, thanks for not saying what I bet you wanted to say.
Summary: Mulder’s injury leads to some reflection. Fill-in for “Millennium.”

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Sick and Tired

Category: S, A, MT, post-ep(ish)
Rating: PG-13
Disclaimer: My anxiety about what they are doing to them is high, so I wish they didn’t, but they do. Mulder and Scully belong to 1013 Productions and 20th Century Fox Film Corp. Lily is mine, and they can’t have her.
Archive: Fer Sure. Go for it.
Spoilers: Sort of, for the 7th-season episode “Brand X."
Thanks: As always, to Keryn and Peggy. And even though it’s been a while since she bugged me about bringing this character back, Vickie has been relentless about it in the past, so this is for her.
Feedback: Is da bomb (that is good, isn’t it?).
Note: This story reintroduces a character from my story “First Case,” which can be found here. Knowledge of that story is helpful, but not at all essential.
Summary:  An ailing Mulder runs into an old acquaintance on yet another ER visit. Post-ep for “Brand X.” Sort of.

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Shouldering the Blame

Disclaimer: They're not mine. Legally, they belong to 1013 Productions and 20th Century Fox. Morally, they belong to Chris Carter, David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson, and the rest of the people who bring these characters to life. Don't sue. There are bigger fish to fry than me, I'm sure.
Rating: Ahhhh, PG-13 for language (not much). MTA rating? Maybe 4. You decide.
Archive: Sure, Why not. But tell me.
Feedback: Is encouraged. Hell, by now it is EXPECTED. Not only can take it, I pretty much live for it. So don't let me down!
Thanks: Vickie, Vickie, Vickie. Some call you a muse. I call you a slave driver.
Summary: The further adventures of Mulder as he recovers from shoulder surgery--at the Scully's, with Bill in attendance. Followup to "Shouldering Responsibility."

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Shouldering Responsibility

DISCLAIMER: Mulder, Scully, and Skinner belong to Chris Carter, 1013 Productions, and 20th Century Fox. Don't sue me.
RATINGS: PG-13 for language (Mulder does tend to swear). Fair share of MulderAngst and Pain, but nothing life-threatening. MTA Rating? Maybe a 4. You decide.
THANKS: To everyone who sent encouraging responses to my first attempt at this fan fic stuff, particularly Shirley Smiley herself (even though she is a Red Sox fan), Debbie Goldstein (that first scene with Skinner is for you!), and especially Vickie Moseley, who brought me over to the dark side. I really, really hate you, Vickie. ;-)
ARCHIVE: Sure. Anywhere. Send it along. I don't care.
SPOILERS: Mention is made to events in END GAME and ANASAZI.
COMMENTS: Are welcome. I can take it.
SUMMARY: A followup to PAIN IN THE NIGHT, but you should be able to follow this without having read that. Mulder is forced into elective shoulder surgery, and tries to take it like a man.

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Short of Breath

Disclaimer: They belong to 1013 Productions and 20th Century Fox (or is that Fox 2000?). I won't say no infringement intended, because we all know that legally it is infringement, and it certainly is intentional. So let's just say no harm intended, no profit made, and hope they leave it at that.
Rating: PG-13 for language. MTA rating? Off the scale and all over the place. The things we do to the poor guy.
Archive: This is pure MTA stuff. Who else would want it? But if they do, sure, why not.
Feedback: Is encouraged and expected. Tell me I'm a sick puppy. I'll pass anything I get on to Keryn.
dee_ayy's Thanks: I may have written the story, but it could never have happened without the technical expertise of and thousands of "plot" (such as it is) suggestions from Keryn. Oh, and the subject matter was her idea, too. Maybe she's the sick puppy. She says she doesn't write, but she practically wrote this one, and it was fun putting her ideas and procedures into narrative form. And I may have snuck this one up on you, Vickie, but you still are the slavedriving force that keeps me in front of the computer writing these things. I hope you enjoy it.
Summary: No plot, no story, not really. Just pure unadulterated, unabashed, unapologetic, unrelenting medical Mulder torture. Oh, and there's a heavy dose of Scully concern, with a dollop of Skinner concern thrown in for good measure.

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Disclaimer: I would never deign to claim them as my own. Mulder and Scully belong to 1013 Productions and Fox. No harm, no foul, no profit.
Rating: PG-13 for language.
Spoilers: Oh yeah. For the sixth season episode "Field Trip."
Archive: Why certainly! Just let me know, please.
Feedback: Is why I do this! Come on, click the link!
Thanks: As always, to Keryn, for ideas, encouragement, information, and midnight instant messages. And to the rest of my truly international encouragement crew, who all know who they are.
Disclaimer 2: No, I'm not a doctor. I'm not a nurse. I'm not a medical professional of any kind. I don't even play one on TV. I'm just slightly twisted, and living proof that you can research anything on the Internet.
Summary: What happened after the doors to that "truck" closed at the end of "Field Trip?"

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Pain in the Night

Disclaimer: Mulder and Scully are the property of 1013 Productions, Chris Carter, David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson, and the rest. If you're gonna sue someone, sue someone else. This is probably my first and last X-Files fan fic. I'm not worth the trouble. Yadda Yadda Yadda.
Rating: PG-13 for language. MuldertTorture rating? I dunno. You decide. Pretty darn mild. Nothing life threatening.
Feedback?: Sure, why not. I can take it.
Summary: Scully and Mulder make a late-night trip to the ER thanks to one of Mulder's recurring injuries.
Author's note (or how you MTA writers made me do this) follows the story.

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Out Cold

Category: S, MT, fill-in
Rating: PG-13
Spoilers: Uh huh. For the 3rd-season episode “Apocrypha.” You’ve all seen that one, but maybe ya wanna go watch it again, just to refresh your memory. Knowledge of the episode is essential.
Disclaimer: Well, they’re certainly not mine. And after the whupping they took from Duchovny’s lawyers, I’m not so sure they’re still 20th-Century Fox Film Corp.’s, either. (Anyone who takes on the evil Rupert’s corporate empire and wins is my hero--you go, David!) But seriously, they belong to 1013 Productions and Fox Film Corp. I ain’t hurtin’ them.
Archive: Yeah, sure. Tell me where and I’ll be sure to visit.
Feedback: Makes my world go ‘round.
Thanks: To my normal crew, and to my regulars who are so good about the feedback thing. This story is proof I do take requests! I’m not sure why so many people over the years have asked for this particular little fill-in, but they have, so here it is.
Summary: Mulder is found in his rental car and taken, unconscious, to the hospital. Fill in for “Apocrypha.” Yes, that’s right. I said “Apocrypha.” You got a problem with that? <g> is found in his rental car and taken, unconscious, to the
hospital. Fill in for “Apocrypha.” Yes, that’s right. I said “Apocrypha.” You got a problem with that? 


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