My sister informed me that there’s going to be a supernatural/scooby doo crossover. She was surprised at my lack of a reaction but dude, we had to watch a dog come out of rowan atkinson’s face scooby doo can’t surprise me anymore
A “what if the radio worked” post s4 fic, ~8k and rated M. Let’s just pretending that whole “mystery ship” thing never happened.
He made it two hours.
The oxygen came on and Bellamy didn’t have time to grieve because they have to run diagnostics on what remained of the Ark and then there were rations to unload and systems to reboot, and finally, compartments to pick.
There’s twelve rooms and seven people. Seven, where there should be eight. Monty and Harper took one room and Murphy and Emori took another. Echo picked a room next to Murphy and Emori, and Raven grabbed the one closest to Earth Monitoring Station, which left three for Bellamy to choose from.
He closed the door and everything inside of him shattered. Did Clarke hate him in her last moments, dying alone out there? Did she understand? Part of him thought she might, but— together. That was their deal. There was no deal for one of them surviving while the other burned up from the inside out. He could already feel the hole inside of him that was shaped like her; like Gina, but worse. Bellamy picked up a metal chair. His compartment up here on Factory station had just two of them— two, for three people. Now there was one chair, and one of him. He hefted it in his hand, testing its weight, and threw it at the wall. It bounced, one leg a little bent now, and he hauled off and punched the wall as hard as he could. His teeth rattled with the impact but it wasn’t enough, so he pounded and pounded, his knuckles searing with each punch. A scream erupted from somewhere deep inside of him and then he was crying, sinking to the floor and wondering how he could go on like this.
Raven found him like that three hours later. Her eyes were swollen and red and he didn’t even try to hide his face from her. One look at her and it was clear— she knew. Had known for a while, probably.