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Says Who?
Fandom: Stargate SG-1
Rated: PG
Category: Drabble. Gen. Landry POV.
Season: Ten.
Spoilers: General Series Knowledge.
Summary: I could never get the hang of Thursdays. Apparently, neither can Landry.
Note: Written for a random word prompt of: King.

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I've got thirteen reports to review and submit to Homeworld.

SG-11 has what looks like measles.

Three teams are stranded off world.

The gate is being its persnickety self and refusing to connect to much of anywhere.

Carter is visiting Atlantis and Siler's out with the flu, so no one seems to be able  to fix the damn thing, despite Lee running around like a lunatic.

And to top it off, I'm running a fever and dodging the CMO, who just happens to be my daughter.

Whoever said it's good to be king clearly wasn't in charge of the SGC.

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lemonpiefirefly
Dec. 19th, 2014 10:04 pm (UTC)
Yeah, he needs his towel, that's for certain.

And no, since infractions can no longer be fixed with beheadings, banishment, and dungeon time, Kingliness had taken a notch off the old fun ladder, for sure.

It was nice only being an observer at work today (there for Radiologist film review etc etc) - in a less civilized time there would have been some real Highlander shit going down today.
Ah, the Holidays.
jackwabbit
Dec. 20th, 2014 03:52 am (UTC)
Then again, there is...

"He must be a king."

"Why?"

"He hasn't got shit all over 'im."
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