We're partners in crimeWe're making preliminary plans for when Dalton comes back that involve sending he and Duncan downstairs for a sibling-flat kind of scenario and Sam is moving up to Duncan's room. Duncan likes it. Dalton will love it.
You got that certain something
What you give to me
Takes my breath away
Now the word out on the street
Is the devil's in your kiss
If our love goes up in flames
It's a fire I can't resist
Sam doesn't want to be down there any more. Too many memories. I get that so I'm moving heaven and earth (that would be Duncan and Dalton, respectively hahahaha) to see that he gets what he needs. If Sam's frame of mind slides anymore he's going to be at the bottom of a big hill. But I had to ask the inevitable question because it could be an issue.
What happens if Matt stays over again?
He won't be. Hey, I gotta go. I'll be home in time to help with dinner. He kisses my forehead and he's gone.
Oh. Well, why not, Sam? I ask my blueberry pancake. PJ tries not to laugh from where he is loading the time machine.
That's a musical apartment.
It's what it was intended for, I guess. Whoever needs it most. Maybe I should go live there.
With Duncan? PJ smirks at his cleverness and I throw my pancake at his head. It misses wildly and sticks flat against the window above the sink, sliding down the glass in a syrupy crawl like a huge tangible honey moon.
He can't help it anymore, laughing out loud. I look for something to throw next.
I think your plate is full, he reminds me as I wonder what the fuck he's talking about. My plate...is empty. I just THREW the food on it at him and missed. Oh, wait.
A figure of sp-
I know what it is!
What are you doing about Thursday? Feed the Devil, kill the Magician?
No, I'm going for a birthday champagne and then I'm coming home.
Does Caleb know this?
Yes, but he doesn't believe me.
Does Lochlan know this?
Yes, but he also doesn't believe me.
Duncan might be the best choice in this scenario.
I know, right?