ptahrrific: Jon and Stephen, "Believe in the me who believes in you" (fake news)
Title: Galactic Amity
Characters/Pairings: "Stephen"/aliens, "Stephen"/Gorlock, "Stephen"/Jon, brief Lorraine
Rating: NC-17
Contents: Dubcon through noncon, teenage sex (in the first scene), xeno, oviposition, knotting, humiliation
Disclaimer: #NotIntendedToBeAFactualStatement. The Report characters and situatons aren't mine.

Aliens keep coming to Earth to have sex with Stephen. Bizarre, insistent, vigorous, embarrassingly stimulating sex.

...that's it. That's the fic.

For my [community profile] hc_bingo 2017 card, prompt "alien abduction." Title inspired by a James Tiptree story.

( 'You were there for a couple of them. The little armored ones when we roomed together for the DNC back in the day, and the greys after the Emmys last year.' )
ptahrrific: Jon and Stephen, "Believe in the me who believes in you" (fake news)
Title: Boys (and Girls) of Summer
Rating: PG-13
Contents: Descriptions of mania/depression, strained non-monogamy
Characters/pairings: "Stephen"/Jon, "Stephen"/Lorraine, "Stephen"/various
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.

For [community profile] queer_fest, prompt: Any fandom, any character, Being queer and mentally ill, and knowing the difference between the two. "Stephen" is (enthusiastically) functionally bi when he's manic, and has no sex drive at all when he's depressed. His wife and his best friend try to manage him through his moods, and everyone (even Stephen himself) is mostly guessing as to where his genuine attractions fall.

( Lorraine is aware of her husband's escapades, and tries not to let them bother her. )
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: Woman with a notebook (Default)
Title: Five Men Stephen Almost Accidentally Married
Rating: PG
Characters/pairings: "Stephen"/various (Jonathan, Steve, Ellen, OC, Jon, Tad)
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.

Every time same-sex marriage reaches another legal milestone, "Stephen" almost marries some dude. (And Ellen DeGeneres that one time.)

Canon: the epic 8/5/10 plan to ruin same-sex marriage, and the 5/9/12 almost-marriage with Tad. Written in 2012, so some details in the last section were altered post-2015 to bring them in line with reality. The Universal Life Church is an actual thing, for which you can become a legally ordained minister for free over email if you are so inclined.

Comes with matching art!

Mirror on the AO3.

Steve was in Massachusetts visiting family, but Stephen showed up to film...something. He forgets what. And he lost his field producer somewhere along the way, so he can't even yell at her for letting it slip his mind. )
ptahrrific: Jon and Stephen, "Believe in the me who believes in you" (fake news)
Title: Hagiography (II)
Rating: NC-17
Characters/Pairings: OC/"Stephen", Jon/Tracey
Warnings: Everything from previous parts, now with extra violence and (skip) character death
Beta: [personal profile] sarcasticsra
Disclaimer: #NotIntendedToBeAFactualStatement. The fictional characters are fictional, not mine, and used with love, not profit.

The long-awaited climax of the Green & Gray 'verse. (If your memories of previous installments have gotten fuzzy and you were thinking of doing a reread, now would be the time.)

In which Jon swoops in and carries Stephen to safety under cover of night. At least, that was the plan.

'Is there anything else you absolutely need?' )
ptahrrific: Jon and Stephen, "Believe in the me who believes in you" (fake news)
Title: And Make It Snappy
Rating: G
Pairings/Characters: "Stephen"/Barry
Disclaimer: 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.

I hereby declare this the Merry Month of March Neglected Commentfic Roundup Week.

Kicking off with a ficlet written at the request of [personal profile] politicette, who wanted me to pair "Stephen" with someone other than Jon, such as, perhaps, the barista under his desk.

'Double whipped grande black mocha venti latte with cream and sprinkles, on the rocks.' )
ptahrrific: Jon and Stephen, "Believe in the me who believes in you" (fake news)
Title: Five Ways Stephen Reconciled His Faith And His Sexuality
Rating: PG
Characters/pairings: past "Stephen"/Jonathan; a cat named after Ronald Reagan; "Stephen"/Lorraine; OCs; P. K. Winsome; angel!Feist; Jon/"Stephen"
Contents: varying religious views; rapid tense shifts; lots of tears; mystic poetry. Emotional abuse in #2 (of the ex-gay flavor). Self-harm in #3 (of the canon flavor).
Two disclaimers, with love )

This follows an unclaimed [livejournal.com profile] lgbtfest prompt: "2575. RPF - Pundits, "Stephen Colbert"/Jon Stewart - Stephen struggles to reconcile his faith and his sexuality." The operative word here being "struggles."

The poem is translated by Coleman Barks in The Essential Rumi; full text can be found here. Shortly afterwards, Stephen quotes this treatise on sin by Richard Simpson.

Author's own religious views do not actually appear in this fic.


She's wearing silk, although not enough of it to stop smooth flesh from brushing against his neck, freshly washed and smelling like soap and lavender. Which means that if he values his spot on the mattress, he's going to spend the rest of the evening envisioning Daniel Craig's abs. )
ptahrrific: Jon and Stephen, "Believe in the me who believes in you" (fake news)
Title: Eyes Like Dead Birds (or, Five Ways Of Looking At That Monologue)
Rating: PG-13
Contents: Light sex, memory loss, angst, unbleeped homophobia, Minesweeper abuse
Characters/pairings: Jon and "Stephen" (paired and separately), past "Stephen"/"Jonathan", bonus Steve
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.

Hands up if you saw this coming a mile away.

Five different ficlets based on the outline which Stephen's writers helpfully provided in last week's monologue. Detailed though it was, it's still marvelously open to interpretation. How much of it is literal? Who is the mysterious "Jonathan"? Is anyone else hungry for cupcakes with icing tuxedos now?

See also: California Boys masterpost.

Mirror on the AO3.

—well, that just proves he's straight, doesn't it? Gay people wouldn't want forever in the first place. )
ptahrrific: Jon and Stephen, "Believe in the me who believes in you" (fake news)


Title: State of Grace
Fandom: TCR
Genre: Drama
Rating: Through NC-17
Length: ~108,000 words (plus ~8,000 words of meta)
Warnings: Sex, not always good; triggers, trauma, flashbacks; dissociation, memory issues; background childhood abuse (physical, emotional) and neglect; background young-adult sexual abuse, drug use, compromised-consent sex work; background stalking; mental illness, panic attacks, suicidal ideation; mild language, some physical violence.
Disclaimer: The Report characters and their universe are property of Stephen Colbert, the other writers, and of course Viacom. Not mine. While this story also makes references to real persons and places, the dialogue, actions, and content are products of the author's imagination only. No fake newsmen were harmed in the making of this fic.

An excursus to Expecting (and, thus, part of the Expectingverse), taking place between its final chapter and epilogue. Described in comparison as "the emotional equivalent of jumping into a cold pool after soaking in the jacuzzi." Stephen has a new baby, a new marriage, and the love of a good man — so, naturally, this is when he starts to fall apart.

The current version of the story is a much-needed revision from the original, betaed by the painstaking and phenomenal [personal profile] stellar_dust. Title comes from the Billy Joel song. Mirror on the AO3.

Chapters and bonus features )
ptahrrific: Jon and Stephen, "Believe in the me who believes in you" (fake news)
Medium: Mix
Title: Tyrone Hunnibi (hypothetically)
Rating: PG-13
Warnings: Sex, trauma, swearing, stuffed shorts, indecent things done to bananas.
Disclaimer: This is a work of parody. Although reference is made to real persons, the content is the product of the mixer's imagination only.

A mix for Stephen's flamboyant gay partygoing druggie pornstar side. Y'know, if he had one. Which he totally doesn't.

Cover art image. Fits into the continuity of State of Grace.

ptahrrific: Jon and Stephen, "Believe in the me who believes in you" (fake news)
Four Fake News Stories Erin Will Never Write, And One That Accidentally Got Written While Doing This (1)
Rating: PG-13
Warnings: Talk of teenage sex.
Disclaimers )

Summary: What it says on the tin. (Idea swiped from [livejournal.com profile] sam_storyteller.) Because I have got to stop kidding myself that I will actually get around to writing these; but some of you may enjoy the synopses anyway.


The one where teenage 'Stephen' is a summer camp counselor )
ptahrrific: Jon and Stephen, "Believe in the me who believes in you" (fake news)
Title: Kiss You Where It Hurts
Series: TDS/TCR
Rating: R
Warnings: Established (and unsavory) BDSM relationship; partial nudity; dubious consent issues; pain, suffering.
Two disclaimers, with love )

Summary: This is the really really depressing version of how character!Stephen hurt his face. Or, rather, it's the story of what happens afterwards, when Jon figures it out.

There's even an illustration, just to break your hearts a bit more. (Here on DA.) See the index page for the sequels.

'Some people like it a lot worse, you know.' )

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