5 Works in Crowley Can't Dance (Good Omens)
27 May 2021
Aziraphale nips across the channel during the Thirty Years' War to check up on Crowley, but he doesn't anticipate just how much he'll like the way they do things at Versailles...
- Part 6 of DYKWEI Extras
06 May 2021
Angel Crowley and demon Azira(fell) have a plan to find the Antichrist, one problem... I think they were just shot!
Season 1, Episode 2: The Book. (Up until they get shot)
Edited, and new dialogue, and I've tried to correct all the spelling mistakes.
Formally called; totally going to plan!
- Part 8 of backwards omens
11 Dec 2020
Present Day: Newt and Anathema arrive at the bookshop with an unusual photograph from the Regency era. A photograph in which Aziraphale is clearly a woman. Crowley and Aziraphale attempt to explain the photograph's existence over several glasses of wine. The events of their (rather bizarre) tale, however, might not have unfolded exactly as Crowley remembers them...
Regency Era: Aziraphale, undercover for Heaven (though he can't recall exactly what he's meant to be doing), is pretending to be a young woman named Angelica. Unfortunately, Angelica has accidentally gotten herself betrothed to the relentless and completely infatuated Parson Pickersgill.
And the wedding's on Wednesday.
Still, everything could be fine, if only Gabriel shows up on time to relieve Aziraphale of his assignment before it's too late.
Otherwise, it might be left up to Crowley to save the day...
Angels don’t dance.
No matter how many times their demonic friend asks.
One night, after the Apocalypse, Aziraphale agrees to try - with disastrous consequences.
It wasn’t supposed to be like this.
“Well- what’s your toe doing where my foot wanted to be?”
“Your foot was entirely-- oh, stop tugging on me and just-”
Aziraphale found himself stumbling again, pulled in rather rudely, flush up against the spluttering demon.
“Angel, Aziraphale, there we go, just- look, the music is getting louder, which means we have to move faster, just follow my lead, it’s not that hard-”
“That is most certainly not what that mea- kindly remove that hand!”
It was their last night in the bookshop, and Aziraphale hadn’t expected to be this sad.