Feb. 14th, 2013

ptahrrific: Jon and Stephen, "Believe in the me who believes in you" (fake news)
Title: A River So Long: being a multi-season Love Story in three Acts, color-coded for Your Convenience (brought to you by Americans For A Better Tomorrow, Tomorrow) (Act 1)
Characters/Pairings: Jon/"Stephen", Trevor Potter
Rating: PG-13
Contents: Sex, drugs, rock'n'roll
Disclaimer: #NotIntendedToBeAFactualStatement. Characters belong to the Report. Names of real people are used in a fictitious context, and all dialogue, actions, and content are products of the author's imagination only.

8) Prompt: Stephen's tirade on election night. "Then you realise you made a terrible mistake but it will be too late, you had the chance but you rejected him and now [Mitt Romney] will never want your [vote] again." We all know he meant "Jon" instead of "Mitt" and "love" instead of "vote."

The long-deferred romantic tension between Jon and Stephen ignites in the beginning of 2012. Trouble is, Jon's in something of an altered state of mind, thanks to that sudden infusion of unlimited and untraced cash....

AO3 mirror | Act I | Act II | Act III

It started, fittingly enough, with the SuperPAC. )
ptahrrific: Jon and Stephen, "Believe in the me who believes in you" (fake news)
Title: A River So Long: being a multi-season Love Story in three Acts, color-coded for Your Convenience (brought to you by Americans For A Better Tomorrow, Tomorrow) (Act 2)
Characters/Pairings: Jon/"Stephen", correspondents, OC
Rating: PG-13
Contents: Sex, drugs, rock'n'roll
Disclaimer: #NotIntendedToBeAFactualStatement. Characters belong to the Report. Names of real people are used in a fictitious context, and all dialogue, actions, and content are products of the author's imagination only.

8) Prompt: Stephen's tirade on election night. "Then you realise you made a terrible mistake but it will be too late, you had the chance but you rejected him and now [Mitt Romney] will never want your [vote] again." We all know he meant "Jon" instead of "Mitt" and "love" instead of "vote."

After getting off to a rocky start, Stephen and Jon try to maintain their fledgling relationship. Can it stand up to the pressure of an election year?

AO3 mirror | Act I | Act II | Act III

For the record, Stephen had every intention of fulfilling Jon's request. Eventually. )
ptahrrific: Jon and Stephen, "Believe in the me who believes in you" (fake news)
Title: A River So Long: being a multi-season Love Story in three Acts, color-coded for Your Convenience (brought to you by Americans For A Better Tomorrow, Tomorrow) (Act 3)
Characters/Pairings: Jon/"Stephen", "Stephen"/OC, Trevor Potter, family members, special guests
Rating: PG
Contents: Cuddling, pie, Justin Bieber.
Disclaimer: #NotIntendedToBeAFactualStatement. Characters belong to the Report. Names of real people are used in a fictitious context, and all dialogue, actions, and content are products of the author's imagination only.

8) Prompt: Stephen's tirade on election night. "Then you realise you made a terrible mistake but it will be too late, you had the chance but you rejected him and now [Mitt Romney] will never want your [vote] again." We all know he meant "Jon" instead of "Mitt" and "love" instead of "vote."

The thrilling conclusion. In which our heroes pick up the post-election pieces.

AO3 mirror | Act I | Act II | Act III

Stephen could snap his fingers, or at least sign in on Rentboy.com, and have a vibrant boyfriend with a six-pack, and also nice abs, who wouldn't make a fuss when Stephen made perfectly logical threats to stop being on TV if his marginal income tax rates went up. )

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