House MD

House/Chase

Cicatrix
Drugs. Could kill you any moment, little pills we so casually take. Chase gets a lesson in that.
PG-13.

Scenes From A Short Film, Rated R
Dreams, real life, and the sex that binds them.
R.

Sinner’s Salvation
Chase is curious about fire. Maybe he just wants to get burned. Maybe House is willing to help.
PG-13.

Fallout
Something happened three weeks ago, but no one knows what.
PG-13.

Flaws
House watches Chase and pushes until he breaks. That’s when House can put him back together.
PG-13.

MarionetteHouse and Chase could either be ex-colleagues, affair-havers, or bowling buddies. Or they could just be friends.
PG-13.

Puzzle Me This
Everything always comes back, no matter how you try to ignore it.
R.

The Why’s & Wherefore’s of KiltsChase finds House lying on the floor and they get to discussing a myriad of things. Including Catholic schoolgirl kilts.
R.

Chase/Wilson

The Communion of Saints
They aren’t looking for a relationship, but they manage to cobble a friendship together out of trysts, talking about House, and conversations about the Saints.
Chase/Wilson. PG-13.

Congratulations
Chase falls prey to what Wilson is best at; making people feel wanted.
Chase/Wilson, Chase/Cameron. PG-13.

Storms
During one of the worst storms Princeton has ever seen, Wilson comes to a decision.
PG-13.

Chase/Foreman

Deciphering Chase
Sometimes, Foreman wishes he had a dictionary to help him decode Chase.
PG-13.

Five Bad Ideas Foreman Had (Because Someone Distracted Him)
Foreman gets distracted. Someone’s to blame.
PG-13.

Inertia
Chase starts something one night when he kisses Foreman.
R.

Twelve Days of Christmas
It’s Christmas and Foreman’s secret santa is confounding him.
PG-13

You’ll Remember This
Years from now, there are certain things Eric Foreman is not going to forget.
PG-13.

House/Wilson

Adventures in the Janitor’s Closet
What you get when you put House, Wilson, mistletoe and a janitor’s closet together.
PG-13.

The Start of Something Legendary
Wilson’s famed DHA when applied to House.
PG-13.

Three Points To Any Triangle
House is ready to fall.
PG-13.

Things The Lunchlady Hears
The lunchlady overhears many things.
PG-13.

Chase/Cameron

Congratulations
Chase falls prey to what Wilson is best at; making people feel wanted.
Chase/Wilson, Chase/Cameron. PG-13.

Test Subjects
House wants to test out black market drugs and Chase and Cameron give him the help he needs.
Crossover with Neil Gaiman’s short story ‘Changes’.┬áR.

Gen & Other

30:2
House tries to make some money on the side. Set during Mirror, Mirror
Gen. Rated PG.

Declare the Past, Diagnose the Present
Chase, Cameron, and Foreman each have a unique patient to deal with.
Gen. Rated PG-13.

Diagnosis: Hired
How Chase got to be hired by House.
Gen. PG.

Divination
House doesn’t believe in things like fortune telling.
Gen. PG.

Earthly Lot
How do you measure a man’s greatness? By his obituary.
Gen. Rated PG.

Alliances
Kutner wants to learn a thing or two from Chase.
Chase/Kutner. Rated PG-13.

Fathers and Sons
Chase and House know a thing or two about disappointing fathers, even dead ones.
Gen

Going, Going…Gone
House interferes to do some charity work at the Bachelor Auction.
Cameron/Cuddy. Rated PG.

The In-Betweens
Chase is tired of being in the middle of House and Wilson’s prank war.
Gen. PG-13.

Scars
The deepest scars are on the inside.
Gen. Rated PG-13.

Seeking Solace
A What-If? What if Robert Chase had become a priest, but wound up at PPTH anyhow?
Gen. Rated PG.

Six Months
It’s House and Cameron’s six month anniversary.
House/Cameron. Rated PG-13.

Three A.M.
House finds an interesting letter at three AM.
Gen. Rated PG-13.

Where There Is Doubt
While House struggles to find reason in the ‘why’, Chase wonders ‘why not him’. Set after ‘Simple Explanation’.
Gen. Rated PG.


The Marathon Series
A five-part completed series.

Marathon
In which House runs a marathon of odd proportions.
House/Chase. Rated PG-13.

Sleeping With The Devil
House is a jerk to people he hasn’t slept with. And sometimes, he’s a jerk to the ones he has slept with too.
House/Chase. Rated R.

Glutton For Punishment
No matter what Chase does, House is still going to treat him like crap.
House/Chase. Rated PG-13.

Revenge Is Best Served Cold
Something is going on with Chase and House isn’t about to let him get one up over him.
House/Chase. Rated PG-13.

Elementary, My Dear Wilson
House is going to find out who Chase slept with and Chase is going to end the game.
House/Chase, House/Wilson. Rated PG-13.


Time MD Series
Crossover with Doctor Who

Time Keeps On Repeating
The day won’t end until they get it right.
Gen. Rated PG-13.


Shaken & Stirred
The Doctor brings Chase to the future for a good time, but is thwarted when an old disease breaks out anew.
Gen. Rated PG-13.