ptahrrific: Jon and Stephen, "Believe in the me who believes in you" (fake news)
Title: Paradise (or something...) by the Dashboard Lights
Prompt/ Summary: something with soul/grace shining brighter in the presence of true love
Characters/pairings: "Stephen"/Jon, John Oliver, a baby
Rating: PG-13
Warnings: Religious themes
Word count: 5K words
Disclaimer: All television shows, movies, books, and other copyrighted material referred to in this work, and the characters, settings, and events thereof, are the properties of their respective owners. Reference to real persons, places, or events are made in a fictional context, and are not intended to be libelous, defamatory, or in any way factual.

"Stephen" is a fallen angel. For him, it means a constant struggle to do the right thing, in the hopes of convincing his God to take him back. For Jon, it means he's nice to cuddle in the winter, and they shouldn't plan on having a church wedding.

For the [livejournal.com profile] fakenews_fanfic Secret Santa, prompt "something with soul/grace shining brighter in the presence of true love."

( "Wings? I don't know what you're talking about. Why would I have wings? Hahaha, don't be ridiculous." )
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. )
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Title: Room For One More (2203 words) by faviconSailorPtah
Fandom: FAKE (Manga)
Rating: Teen And Up Audiences
Warning: No Archive Warnings Apply
Relationships: Carol/Bikky, Dee/Ryo

For Kaleidoscope 2012 over at [community profile] dark_agenda.

Doubles as a fill for "lost childhood" on my round 3 card in [community profile] hc_bingo.

( It's the exciting future year of 2002, and college freshman Bikky needs some fatherly advice while home for Thanksgiving break. )
ptahrrific: Jon and Stephen, "Believe in the me who believes in you" (fake news)
Title: Blue, Thinking About You
Rating: PG
Characters: Jon/"Stephen", Siri, Meg, Tad, Gipper
Contents: Wifeless AU, ear!kink, bread abuse
Disclaimer: All television shows, movies, books, and other copyrighted material referred to in this work, and the characters, settings, and events thereof, are the properties of their respective owners. As this work is an interpretation of the original material and not for-profit, it constitutes fair use. Reference to real persons, places, or events are made in a fictional context, and are not intended to be libelous, defamatory, or in any way factual.

Stephen, anxious to know what Jon really thinks of him, stumbles on a way to find out for sure...which doesn't go at all the way he planned. Turns out Jon has more secrets than he bargained for (and in the meantime, Stephen's conscience just might be catching up with him).

Now with illustrations! Please read on The Zen and the Damaged to get the full effect (it requires code not supported on LJ/DW).

For a [livejournal.com profile] fakenews_fanfic SeSa prompt from [livejournal.com profile] gaudy_night: Jon/"Stephen", after a freak accident, he gains the ability to hear what the other is really thinking. Title is from the carol Blue Christmas.

If you were trying to seduce your gay friend for purely exploitative purposes, and maybe enjoying his company and feeling that his happiness made you feel warmer than hot chocolate along the way, that was still safely heterosexual on your part. )
ptahrrific: Jon and Stephen, "Believe in the me who believes in you" (fake news)
Title: Something To Celebrate
Rating: PG
Characters/pairings: Jon, liberal!"Stephen"
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.

Stephen belongs to the Susan Sarandon school of political thought. A very special holiday-themed Liberalverse ficlet, referencing the passing of the Zadroga bill. Based on a prompt from [personal profile] queenfanfiction: 034. Not Enough

Mirror on the AO3.

Stephen is resolutely observing Soltice, Festivus, HumanLight, Christmahanukwanzakah, Kwanzaa, and Slovenien Independence Day all in a row. )
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Title: Of The Father's Love Begotten
Rating: PG
Characters/pairings: "Stephen"/Jon, Stephen's kids
Notes: Cabin!fic. Wifeless AU for Jon. The Colbert children are OCs (same relative ages as the real ones, but younger). Titled after this carol. Special guest appearance by Jon's parental-abandonment issues.
Disclaimer )

The last of the Secret Santa fics (yes, yes, it's March, I know). Prompt: "Stephen"/Jon; "you've got to hide your love away"; scarves; snow in eyelashes.

What happens when Stephen's wife leaves — again — but doesn't conveniently take the kids with her?

Mirror on the AO3.


After vigorously mixing the dry ingredients, Matthew had gotten distracted by the need to have a lightsaber duel; spotting an opportunity for father-son bonding, Jon had urged Stephen to be his opponent. JP, meanwhile, ended up fully absorbed in the task of making handprints in the flour Matthew had spilled all over the table. )
ptahrrific: Jon and Stephen, "Believe in the me who believes in you" (fake news)
Title: The Great Divide (3/3)
Rating: PG-13
Warnings: More swearing, more gay stuff, ladle violence
Characters/pairings: Jon/"Stephen", references to ensemble, potato pancakes
Disclaimer: All television shows, movies, books, and other copyrighted material referred to in this work, and the characters, settings, and events thereof, are the properties of their respective owners. As this work is an interpretation of the original material and not for-profit, it constitutes fair use. Reference to real persons, places, or events are made in a fictional context, and are not intended to be libelous, defamatory, or in any way factual.

Summary: In which Senator Colbert is all over the emotional map, and Senator Stewart is Zen with a side of Zen topped with a creamy Zen frosting.

Features shoutouts to everything from A Colbert Christmas to Stephen's Twitter ([livejournal.com profile] stephenathome) - again, [livejournal.com profile] rissaofthesaiya provides specifics. For the lead-up to this, see the Senateverse index.

(By the way, if anyone else wants to play around in this AU, have at it! No reason one author should have all the fun.)


Help me calm this hurricane )
ptahrrific: Jon and Stephen, "Believe in the me who believes in you" (fake news)
Title: The Great Divide (2/3)
Rating: PG-13
Warnings: Mild swearing, gay stuff, violence against BlackBerries, inaccurate medical information*.
Characters/pairings: Jon/"Stephen", references to ensemble
Disclaimer: All television shows, movies, books, and other copyrighted material referred to in this work, and the characters, settings, and events thereof, are the properties of their respective owners. As this work is an interpretation of the original material and not for-profit, it constitutes fair use. Reference to real persons, places, or events are made in a fictional context, and are not intended to be libelous, defamatory, or in any way factual.

Summary: In spite of the increasing friction (of the non-steamy kind) between them, Senator Stewart and Senator Colbert manage to visit the result of Colbert's lone bipartisan effort.

Was supposed to be two parts, but it went and grew on me. Continuation of the Senateverse.

Have purloined the STEPHEN WRITES IN ALL CAPS trope, because it is delightful. Also, this part refers to tons of clips, which [livejournal.com profile] rissaofthesaiya was kind enough to hunt down.

*Object permanence is not actually a concern correlated with the autism spectrum. When that comes up in the story, "narrative convenience" takes precedence over "what is, technically, true". Don't use this as a source for your autism research, is what I'm saying.

See the war behind your eyes )
ptahrrific: Jon and Stephen, "Believe in the me who believes in you" (fake news)
Title: The Great Divide (1/3)
Rating: PG-13
Warnings: Language, sexual harassment, epic skate-off
Characters/pairings: Jon/"Stephen" (preslash), references to ensemble, cameo by Rain (RAAAAIN!!!)
Disclaimer: All television shows, movies, books, and other copyrighted material referred to in this work, and the characters, settings, and events thereof, are the properties of their respective owners. As this work is an interpretation of the original material and not for-profit, it constitutes fair use. Reference to real persons, places, or events are made in a fictional context, and are not intended to be libelous, defamatory, or in any way factual.

Summary: Continuation of the Senateverse. Stephen Colbert (R-SC) has the worst record for bipartisanship in recent history. Jon Stewart (D-NY) did convince him to cross the aisle one time, but does that mean they'll be able to survive a three-week vacation together?

Title, again, is from an Emmy Rossum song [lyrics]. Rather than hire lots of OCs, Jon has borrowed his household staff from the Möders family.

Reach across the great divide )
ptahrrific: Jon and Stephen, "Believe in the me who believes in you" (fake news)
Title: With Painful Steps And Slow
Rating: Painful sort of R
Warnings: Grisly imagery, swearing, h/c with a lot of h
Summary: An alternate version of A Colbert Christmas (so, spoilers, obviously). What if Jon hadn't shown up until the end...and the last guest hadn't shown up at all? (Title is from here.)

Disclaimer: All television shows, movies, books, and other copyrighted material referred to in this work, and the characters, settings, and events thereof, are the properties of their respective owners. As this work is an interpretation of the original material and not for-profit, it constitutes fair use. Reference to real persons, places, or events are made in a fictional context, and are not intended to be libelous, defamatory, or in any way factual.

'A real man doesn't need help to survive one night in the wilderness with nothing but his wits and an electronic weapon of the future to protect him! Besides, the phone's out.' )
ptahrrific: Jon and Stephen, "Believe in the me who believes in you" (fake news)
Title: A Colbert Carol, Stanza V: The End Of It
Series: TCR
Rating: G
Genre: Uplifting Christmas tale!

Summary: Years after Jon's death, Stephen is still celebrating Christmas with extravagant and overblown decorations, but he doesn't truly understand the spirit of the season until a succession of ghosts arrives to show him.

ptahrrific: Jon and Stephen, "Believe in the me who believes in you" (fake news)
Title: A Colbert Carol, Stanza IV: The Last of the Spirits
Series: TCR
Rating: G
Genre: Uplifting Christmas tale!

Summary: Years after Jon's death, Stephen is still celebrating Christmas with extravagant and overblown decorations, but he doesn't truly understand the spirit of the season until a succession of ghosts arrives to show him.

ptahrrific: Jon and Stephen, "Believe in the me who believes in you" (fake news)
Title: A Colbert Carol, Stanza III: The Second of the Three Spirits
Series: TCR
Rating: PG for icky imagery
Genre: Uplifting Christmas tale!

Summary: Years after Jon's death, Stephen is still celebrating Christmas with extravagant and overblown decorations, but he doesn't truly understand the spirit of the season until a succession of ghosts arrives to show him.

ptahrrific: Jon and Stephen, "Believe in the me who believes in you" (fake news)
Title: A Colbert Carol, Stanza II: The First of the Three Spirits
Series: TCR
Rating: G
Genre: Uplifting Christmas tale!

Summary: Years after Jon's death, Stephen is still celebrating Christmas with extravagant and overblown decorations, but he doesn't truly understand the spirit of the season until a succession of ghosts arrives to show him.

ptahrrific: Jon and Stephen, "Believe in the me who believes in you" (fake news)
Title: A Colbert Carol, Stanza I: Stewart's Ghost
Series: TCR
Rating: G
Genre: Uplifting Christmas tale!

Summary: Years after Jon's death, Stephen is still celebrating Christmas with extravagant and overblown decorations, but he doesn't truly understand the spirit of the season until a succession of ghosts arrives to show him.

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