Can't Fight This Feeling Chapter 3: Sportacus Reveals His Feelings, a lazytown fanfic | FanFiction
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And the way they're dancing together now, it's - God, it's verging on foreplay. I am a prude. I'm an uptight, boring, old-fashioned prude. It's just…it's just a bit much in public, that's all. You actually meant it…But then you never were into public displays of affection, were you? She uncoiled herself from the grass and popped the rest of the strawberry into his mouth. He felt his heart skip a beat and reached out to touch her, but she was gone, her shoes dangling from her fingertips as she weaved her way in between the couples on the dance floor.
She turned around and found the Reverend Rottenwell standing just behind her.
sportacus and stephanie
He raised his eyebrows and showed her the bottle of gin he had tucked away under his robe. Her whole mouth went dry with longing and remembrance. She could still remember every detail; the beautiful glass bottles it came in they were mostly green, but her very favourite, the one she had drunk all the time in Metropolis, came in a bottle of the most seductive mid-blue - the colour of her eyes, a bar-tender had told her once ; the faint crackle as you poured it over and the ice began to melt; the sharpness of the lime when you sliced it open and cut a thick, voluptuous wedge.
The pssst of the tonic water when you opened a perfectly fresh bottle, frosted with condensation, that you had taken from the very back of the fridge. The way tiny fragments of lime pulp got caught on the rim of the glass as you carefully wiped the wedge around it before dropping it into the bubbles.
The smooth cold silkiness of the first mouthful. The shiver of bliss on the back of your neck when you swallowed… She shook her head, afraid to speak in case the words that came out of her mouth were yes, please. I imagine you could do with it, on a day like this," he drawled, unscrewing the cap and taking an ostentatious mouthful. She turned away so that she wouldn't catch the smell, that bitter, dry, sloes-and-aromatics smell that spoke straight to the darkest places of her soul.
Oh, well maybe another time…well, I guess Sportacusfinally got what he wanted, hmmm? Despite your very best efforts to prevent it…" "Stephanie's happy," said Bessie firmly.
She's going back to the Conservatoire, she still has another year to go. After that…well, they'll be used to living apart during the week. I'm sure he'll understand if she wants to work in Metropolis. There are a number of excellent dance companies, plenty of shows…" "You know she's pregnant, of course? She looked at him in shock. I would have thought you'd be the first one they told, with you being so much like a mother to her…" He smiled in satisfaction at the look of pain in her eyes: He would never have known himself if he hadn't heard that retired teacher where had Barbie met her?
After that, it was easy to keep one eye on the two of them, and catch that unmistakable gesture of pride and possessiveness, as he laid his hand lovingly against her belly and they smiled at each other.
After all, it would be a little bit more than flesh and blood could be expected to stand, don't you think - that pretty young girl all willing and eager in his arms?
And having succumbed to each other once, it would be a bit strange if they didn't take every opportunity to repeat it. Then, once you've started on the primrose path, it's just a question of probabilities, don't you think? You play with matches, eventually you get burned…unless it was planned, of course, but at only just eighteen it seems unlikely…" He held out the bottle again.
He looked in disgust at the cluster of wires and plastic in Pixel's hands. You know you said you wanted to get rid of the headsets before we went to the mobile companies with the idea. You're obsessed…so, have you seen Trixie? And you know, there really wasn't anything we could do to stop them. Look at her, she's so happy. He'll take care of her for ever, you know he will.
We have to be happy for them. Perhaps he was wrong. He might just be trying to make trouble, he's always liked to do that…"You're right, Milford. I'm sorry, I'm just a silly old woman crying at a wedding.
Can you pass me my handbag? She had a look on her face like the cat that got the cream. He could see the laughter bubbling up in her like champagne out of a bottle. In honour of the day…" "Oh for God's sake, Trix…what did you do? He looked down at her in disbelief, trying hard not to laugh in case she thought he was approving. That's just evil, Trixie. It's their wedding night, for God's sake. They're going to be really unimpressed when they realise it was you - " "Oh, come on," she said, laughing up at him.
Anyway, it serves them right for scuttling off from their own wedding at half-past six in the afternoon without even stopping to say goodbye. She glanced up at him through her thick dark eyelashes and for a moment neither of them spoke.
I'll catch up with you when I know I've got your undivided attention. Within seconds she was dancing with LJ, one of his friends or one of Pixel's friends, he corrected himself grimly from MIT, who liked to hide his basic geekiness beneath the rather unconvincing disguise of a Californian surfer.
Stingy shrugged and put it in his ear. Very discreet…are you sure the transmission is totally silent if you're not wearing an earpiece? I absolutely guarantee it. I really mean that. And I wouldn't need you to balance my cheque book for me at the end of the month. And I'd be able to tell the difference between the good ideas and the weird ones. And I'd be better at talking to girls. Or people in general, come to think of it. Now you, you're a genius. You've made enough on the stock market to cover your entire tuition before the end of the second semester, you get girls to go on dates with you whenever you want, you know what to wear to a restaurant, you can even argue with Trixie and score the occasional point The note was in Stephanie's handwriting.
Nice try, Trixie, it read. But you're forgetting one thing…he is an above average hero. Tant pis pour moi. That when you leave Lazytown, it's hard to believe it's actually real? Sportacus, for example…" "Yeah. A superhero who lives in an airship and keeps the town straight and honest. And Robbie…now there's someone who isn't really amenable to rational debate. Hard enough to explain in your own language, never mind in Japanese.
I ended up drawing pictures. I think they thought I was an aspiring comic-book artist. How would you explain to the Surfer Dudes that one of your best friends has just married the man who taught her how to throw basketball hoops when she was a kid, without it sounding like something out of Peyton Place?LazyTown S02E02 Little Sportacus 1080p HD
Only every time I see you "Oh, it crosses my mind from time to time," he said lightly. I think, I could be arguing with Trixie about whether or not the word "history" is gender neutral, or about the difference between irony and sarcasm. Then someone gives me a beer and I forget again. What do you think, bestest male friend who isn't a boyfriend? Are you up for it? Just to keep the tradition, of course. I've nearly cracked this new transmitter, I just can't get rid of the feedback when you have more than two people on the network…" "Hey, is that what you're working on at the moment?
Can I have a go? Is it that thing we used the night we broke into the Mayor's office? I've been trying to get it into something a bit sleeker than those headsets we used. Ziggy instantly stuck it in his ear, then winced as a giant burst of feedback blasted straight into his eardrum.
Is my ear bleeding, Pixel? It certainly felt like it might be bleeding. This changed when Stephanie asked for the help of Sportacus. When Sportacus finally arrived, the whole town worked together to make LazyTown a more active place to live. Each episode of the show ends with Stephanie performing a song and dance routine to " Bing Bang ", the show's ending theme, which begins with the lyrics "Bing, bang, diggiriggidong". She was replaced with Chloe Lang for season 3 and 4.
The Pirate Adventurea stage production that toured throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland in Surprised by the inactivity of the residents of LazyTown, she cheerfully encourages them to participate in more active, energetic hobbies or pastimes and is downhearted when the temptations of candy or video games overcome her prodding. Despite this, Stephanie is characterized by her unlimited optimism and self-confidence, which she proudly promotes and shares with her peers in encouragement against all odds or challenges, always victoriously triumphing over any obstacles or antagonists by the conclusion of an episode.
Stephanie's attempts are often nearly thwarted by Robbie Rottenbut his plans are never foolproof and always end with Stephanie winning.
Stephanie (LazyTown) | Revolvy
Shelby Young was originally pegged to play Stephanie, and filmed one unaired pilot before departing due to union issues. Ultimately, Julianna Rose Mauriello was chosen to play Stephanie, and played her for the first two seasons and LazyTown Extra before departing due to aging out of the role. Chloe Lang picked up the role of Stephanie for seasons three and four, and as of September is the most recent actress to play Stephanie.
Appearance Stephanie tends to wear a pink sleeveless dress with pale pink tights, pink socks, white and pink sneakers and a purple hairband.
Her outfit, though, changes from time to time. She also wears tracksuits and other items of clothing but they are always pink save for a few items of clothing. Her short hair is dyed pink.