Pairing/Characters: Charlie Eppes/Amita, Rodney McKay/Elizabeth.
Crossover with Stargate:Atlantis
Prompt: girlfriend. (at Numb3rs100)
Summary: Two of the best minds in two galaxies have proven that Spocks have more fun – and the corollary.
Word Count: 134.
Spoilers: none in particular.
Disclaimer: I own neither NUMB3RS nor Stargate:Atlantis.
“There!” proclaimed Rodney McKay. “Finished!”
“I don’t know,” Charlie Eppes said, stepping back from the blackboard. “Feels like there’s something missing.”
“What? We’ve just proven mathematically that Spocks (like us) have more fun.” Kirks like Sheppard sleep with more women, but Spocks kiss more women – and are thereby more intimate.
For most of his life, Charlie’d been rather in awe of his brother’s – facility? – with the fairer sex. And that niggled at him: it was tied to soething they were missing. “Of course!” Charlie exclaimed, appending a vital tail to the equation.
“Huh,” Rodney said.
“It’s setting the odds of survival,” Charlie explained, “if a Spock’s girlfriend catches him kissing – or being kissed, there’s a girlfriend-dependant variable there – by another woman,” thinking fondly of Amita Ramanujan.
“Excellent point,” Rodney said, longing for Elizabeth Weir.