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Kay Sara Sara (12/?)

Title: Kay Sara Sara
Fandom: Psych, Doctor Who
Characters: Shawn, Gus, Henry, Juliet, Lassiter, Vick, Buzz, OMC, Eleventh Doctor, Amy Pond, Jack Harkness
Word Count: 1280
Rating: PG-13
Summary: Shawn returns to Santa Barbara with Amy and the Doctor to find a serious case waiting for them. Then they learn that a friend has been wounded because of one of them. Who is the abductor and what is their "motivation"? Everyone will have to work together both inside and outside the box to find out
Notes: This is a sequel to It's a Gift, A Psychic Detective's Investigation in Wales,Is There a Psychic in the House? and When Harry Met Shawn.

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Alan couldn’t believe what he was hearing. This guy wanted Amy? Not him, not the Doctor – not even Shawn – but Amy. There had to be something in her future that he was trying to stop. Whatever it was and for whatever reason, he wanted Alan to witness it.

“What does the Agency want with Amy?” he decided to bluff.

“Oh, the Agency has no part in this, though it should have been a sanctioned mission months ago when word came down at her trial.”

It took Alan a moment to realize the kidnapper was talking months in his time. Did he mean Amy was put on trial? What for?

“She said he had been the best man she had ever known, yet she still killed him. This will prevent that and the universe will never lose its greatest champion.”

“No.” Alan fell onto the bed. “He can’t…”

“There were witnesses. You see now why I have to do this.”

“But why not say something, warn them?”

“And you call yourself a time traveler,” he scoffed. “If I tell those involved, their reactions will change how things progress.”

“Like hurting Amy now won’t do just that. You don’t mind changing time if it’s something you’ve control over, otherwise it’s wrong. If his death was a fixed point – which, by his very nature, I say it is – he’d let it happen knowing it won’t change. If you do something now to stop Amy, the universe will just find another way.”

“You think Amy kills him? Oh, no. You see, I’ve got her on a course of drugs that will render her infertile, preventing the birth of her daughter who will be the one to pull the trigger.” He moved for the door. “It’s been lovely chatting with you. Don’t worry, I’ll let you see her once we reach the point where the treatment is irreversible.” He shut and locked the door behind him.

Oh, thank God, it’s reversible. Her daughter kills the Doctor? I don’t even want to go there. He looked around for something to open the door. Barring that, something to bypass the wires. His kidnapper had thought ahead for there was nothing sharp and nothing that could be broken off. He leaned back against the wall and started going through his options.

That’s when he heard it. When the wind started picking up, he pulled his legs up onto the bed, not sure of where the TARDIS would materialize. When she was solid, the door opened and Shawn stepped out.

“Hurray for the cavalry!” Alan stood and hurried over.

“Dude, you’re walking!”

“Yeah, but I wasn’t mobile enough to stop this.”

“You look better than we thought you would,” commented Henry as the others stood in the TARDIS entrance.

“I wasn’t his prime target.”

“Amy?” The combination of guilt and anger that passed across the Doctor’s face made Alan glad he was not the cause.

“Why would he want Amy?” asked Juliet.

“He’s convinced that one of her descendants is going to do something truly evil so he wants to prevent that.”

“But wouldn’t that just screw up timelines and stuff?” asked Shawn. “What about the things her family would do before getting to that one?” The others looked at him. “C’mon, I watched Time Cop.”

“There are some things that are fixed points and won’t change no matter what he tries,” said the Doctor as he pushed his way through them to use the sonic screwdriver on the door.

“Kay sara sara,” Shawn said as he followed the Doctor and Alan.

“Que sera sera, Shawn,” corrected Henry out of habit.

“Whatever. If it’s gonna happen, it’s gonna happen. What is happening to her anyway?”

“I’m not sure, but at this point it’s reversible. He was going to bring me to her once it was past that point.”

Jack swore. “We’ve got to get to her quickly.”

“You know what he’s doing, don’t you?” questioned Juliet.

“Yeah. It’s a course of drugs that will render her infertile.”

Juliet gasped, a hand over her mouth.

“Stuff like that, it’s inhumane.” Gus was disgusted.

“Keep your voice down, Guster,” hissed Lassiter. “This nut job could still be around.”

“Oh, he most definitely is,” said the Doctor casually. “He knows we’re here and won’t leave without Amy, so that’s where he is.”

“Alan, can’t you just, you know.” Shawn motioned “poof” with his hands.

“Probably not the smartest move, sending him in there,” Henry replied.

“If she’s conscious, I might be able to contact her telepathically.” He concentrated his thoughts on Amy and soon connected with her. [Amy? It’s Alan. Are you okay]


Alan knew it was the drugs. [I know you are, sweetheart, but I need you to tell me if you’re alone. Can you do that for me?]

There was a pause as Amy did as he asked. [Alone now.]

[He comes to check on you?] Okay, that changes things. [Amy, I’m going to need you to do me another favor. When we’re done talking, I want you to count to ten and then start looking around the room. Okay?]



Alan projected himself into Amy and looked through her eyes as she scanned the room. It seemed more like a glorified closet or changing room. There were no windows and only one door. That meant they had to go past his abductor. He returned to his body to tell the others.


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