Christopher keeps having nightmares, Buck comes to the rescue.
When Buck said he was a "bartender" in "South America" what he actually meant was "stripper" in "Mexico."
And when Eddie said, "What's your problem?" what he actually meant was, "Is this about the time you gave me a lap dance?"
In other words, there's a few things the 118 doesn't know about Buck. Or Eddie. Or Buck and Eddie's relationship.
For a gay (or well, bi) crisis he gets over it fairly quickly. Work is busy, Chimney and Maddie are disgustingly cute, their calls get no less weird, Hen still makes fun of him, Eddie is hot. It’s the new normal. He’s fine. He’s doing great. It’s only gotten hotter in LA and his brain has been exposed to so much shirtless Eddie it doesn’t even faze him anymore. He’s immune to that crinkly-eyed smile and his abs and the way his back ripples on a push-up— it’s fine. He’s fine.
- Part 1 of evan buckley vs. 'verse
After a rough call, Buck finds himself with no one to turn to.
Luckily, a kind stranger is there to offer a hand.
Snape sees the man, for the first time, on his twenty-fifth birthday.
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21 Feb 2021