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Subject: DOCTOR WHO, JESSE AND JEREMY 88 Jeremy looked down. Sand under his feet seemed to be moving. He heard rumbling. “What the fuck’s happening to us now?” Jesse gasped and gaped, “Not another sink hole…!” “I don’t think…so…so…” Jeremy yelled, “RUN!” He slapped the horse he was near on the back side and it ran. Before running, he did the same to the other one. Jeremy followed Jesse up a hillside, “Doctor, run!” Jesse yelled, “Yeah stop washing your dick and run, man!” The Doctor turned to see them running, Loosey running after the horses. “Whaa?” He calmly picked up a skin and dried himself off. The dirt where Jesse and Jeremy had been with the horses and Loosey was moving upward, not downward. A giant worm came up from the sand. It had human eyes. Jesse and Jeremy trudged up a hillside, for it was slow going now with loose sand everywhere. From the other side of the hillside, a giant mound of sand came up and the sand dropped off what was really moving upward. Jesse stopped running and screamed. Jeremy did the same. On the other side of them was a huge giant crab creature…it had antenna and eyes and what looked like a human forehead. It had two huge claws on either side of it! What really scared them was its evil red eyes that seemed to have pupils like a human being’s bu t it seemed totally evil to both of them. And it was as large a two apartment buildings. The span of the creature seemed to the boys to be a half mile. There was no way they could out run it. They rolled down the hillside as the crab kept on rising over it. Spider like legs clawed over the hillside they had just been on as the thing pulled itself toward their puny forms! The Doctor whirled to look at two giant worms that sprang up behind him. Slick and wet, dripping with slime, white, with large holes at one end. A gaping hole of a mouth with a great deal of sharp side spikes on the mouth and many spiked teeth inside. Each made a slurping sound as the maw opened. And there was a black tip to one end…and another mouth at that end, which differed in color and sported sideways teeth. The things flopped at him but rose up at him, also. “Hmmmm,” the Doctor shrugged and turned from them and walked toward Jesse and Jeremy. The two boys stood up and ran toward him as best they could, trying to look back and up, behind them. Something else rose up behind the crab thing. Something thick and muscular, red bodied, sectioned with a twelve pack set of abs, a half segmented body, small claws on both sides of that body, large claws on thick muscled arms above those, a snake tail and beastly lizard like legs. It seemed, for a moment to have horns on its head and one large on a snout, a large smiling mouth with hundreds of fangs. The th ing’s head blotted out both suns. For the monster thing was so tall, it would have dwarfed the Empire State Building. Jesse gasped, “I can’t see its top!!!!” Jeremy fell forward onto his hands, “Do you really want to?” he asked as he pulled himself up as fast as possible. Both ran toward the Doctor, who was strolling causally toward them. “What’s with him?” Jesse ran side by side with Jeremy. Jesse frowned, “Maybe he’s having another of his fits…or crying sessions…” They screamed. A wolf-horse-gorilla monster, rose up out of the ground, moving aside sand, rock, and trees to stand over the them, dwarfing them in its giant-ness. The eyes scanned for life and found two tiny figures—Jesse and Jeremy. They screamed and found that a crab mantis caterpillar with a hairy body, all black spindles and pointy spiked hairs had dug around them, leaving them on top a small sand hill. Jesse whispered, clinging to Jeremy, “We are so dead…” “No, no, no. It’s all right, it’s all right,” the Doctor came up the small hill and calmly came to the boys, “Just stand behind me…” He put his arms out and Jesse went behind the left arm and Jeremy behind the right arm. But behind them they could feel more entities. Jesse turned and looked up. In the blue sky, a giant was p with human lips flew at him. It was as large as an airplane. Buzzing. A huge point hovered just inches from his face. He gasped, and then noticed it making a move for his neck. Jeremy looked down. From the sand…and he knew this couldn’t be good…. Emerged a huge pink flower with some white and some purple on its end petals edges. A flower emerged but as it shook sand off itself, he could see that it had eight legs and pulled itself upward, the entire upper body, a flower… with flesh in the middle and thick legs between the front three and back three…legs like a rhino. And a face like a beast. Jeremy found himself facing a beast from the sand. He gripped Jesse, who bent down to grab a handful of sand. He stood and he and Jeremy switched each other’s positions but each still found themselves facing monsters…Jeremy stared eye to eye with a hovering needle nosed wasp with a human set of lips and eyes that just bore into him…like it has a consciousness and intelligence …and malevolence. “A giant wasp!” “What?” The Doctor didn’t turn around. He was concentrating on the first crab thing and the demon giant snake thing in front of them. Jesse gasped and exasperated at the Doctor asking what that meant, tried to control his anger and frustration when he said in measured words, “He means…a wasp…that’s giant!!!! And a spider flower!!!! Right here!!! Doctor!!!!” To the side of their improvised hill, an eight foot rock being, arms, legs, a horn on its head and another on its nose had elephant ears and a face like a vampire, almost human looking and milk white in face, red along its rock body. It waved arms like it was clobbering time! Jesse gasped, “I think it thinks its clobberin time.” A giant butterfly with a giant stinger on its nose landed behind them. All three, the Doctor included, turned around to face it. Jeremy added, “Yeah and we’re the ones getting clobbered!” A floating puff ball fish like creature with fins on its sides bounces down near Jesse—eyes appearing and disappearing— and Jesse covers his face with his arms and hands. The thing is pink and puffs out red smoke. From the dirt a squid octopus rears its tentacles up at them. The Doctor looks down and steps back as it rises up. A tentacle wraps around his leg. A sand mud thing slurp up next to that, all brown and liquidly. Jeremy gasped, “We’re surrounded by monsters!” He looked up as a spear with wings and a beak like a bird flew down at him! “We’re gonna die!” The thing zoomed at his face!!!! The spider opened a mouth toward Jesse!!! Patrick Stewart as the Doctor Jeremy and Jesse in… DOCTOR WHO, JESSE AND JEREMY…. Episode 88—THE DOCTOR’S BACK UP PLAN A giant red hand rose. The spear bird averted a flight that would taken it straight through Jeremy’s face. It shot to one side and landed a distance away. Jeremy opened his eyes, one at a time to see that it was still an uncomfortable distance away. The spider flower backed off Jesse as did the puff ball, which bounced but didn’t move too far off. Jesse took his arms and hands away from his head to peer at the things. The Doctor bent his head down to see the octopus man thing’s tentacle leaving his leg. He smiled and looked up. The giant demon monster bent down on knees and seemed to actually shrink as to face the Doctor. “Ahh, the Doctor and the monsters, you cannot have one without the other…” “Tell me about it,” Jeremy gasped. The Doctor reached back and smacked Jesse’s handful of sand down. “Don’t do that.” “Do you want them to kill us?” Jesse asked. “C’mon, Doctor, pull something out of your ass if you have to but…” “Yeah, this is where you…” Jeremy began… Jesse finished, with a wave of his fist in the air, “Kick their asses!!!” Then he quietly added, “…the ones t hat have asses…” The Doctor turned to them, briefly and smiled, passively, “Not this time.” He turned and bowed to the giant demon snake thing. “I beg your indulgence.” “And we, as you know, Doctor, seek to allow you life if you give us a sacrifice. In fact, two will do…” Jesse sweated and with is back to the Doctor and shoulder to shoulder with Jeremy, both eyeing the multitude of monsters, whispered, “I think he means us…” “I will not give you the horses.” The demon thing seemed to say or mind talk, the boys were not sure which, for they weren’t watching it any longer, “They are not far from here, we can take them and oh, if you throw in the nice fuzzy bear, we will make sure you are never bothered again.” “I can’t give you the roses. They saved our lives.” Jesse whispered, “Do you want to give them us?” “Just keep quiet and…” the Doctor snorted a bit. He composed himself and looked up at the giant face in front of him, seemingly a block of Earth streets from ear to ear. “Not you, of course, these fools I travel around with…” “Ahh, yes, your friend always said you loved the company of fools…” Jeremy grew angry now. “Look, Doctor and you too, you …” Jesse joined in, “He’s talking to them like they’re his friends. Great big demon creatures from the pit of hell…” “They’re not demons. They’re called Ruinionians….” Jesse snorted, “Yeah, well, they’re ruinin’ my day…” “Jesse and I shut up when you told us to but we won’t be spoken about like bursa escort bayan that, no matter how much smaller we are.” “I like them, Doctor. They have spirit…” Jeremy smiled and shook himself to stand straighter up. Jesse noticed and smiled… The thing said, “… and I do so love spirit. It will do my appetite good…and my belly once it’s in there…” The Doctor said, “They will be quiet now…” he turned quickly and pointed a finger at Jeremy’s face as Jeremy began to open his mouth; then he pointed the same finger quickly at Jesse and turned back to the monster. Jeremy nodded to Jesse, who blinked. “And we can continue negotiations. I know and understand your race in the past had demanded sacrifices…I cannot let you take the bear. That bear is part of my childhood and my personal time line…” “Do you even know WHEN we are from, Doctor. When the bear is from. Do you even have any idea of what’s happening on Gallifrey at the moment, at every moment…to be precise?” “No, and I’m sure you won’t tell me without a price. However, the bear cannot be taken. Nor can I let you have the horses…” Jesse mused to himself, “Actually, him talking to the great big demon things…and monsters that want to eat our bodies and steal our spirits is such a Doctor thing to do …” “Yeah? And?” Jeremy whispered. “It…well, it sorta makes me comfortable, doesn’t it? Knowing he’s doing his Doctor thing…” “I’d let you eat the boys…” To Jesse, Jeremy answered, “No, not at all,” Jeremy went wide eyed, having heard the Doctor’s acknowledgement to the monster. He added, quickly, “Now, I want to kill the Doctor…” The Doctor went on….”But I declare the peace on the grounds of the Shadow Proclamation…” the Doctor said and bowed. The demon looked thoughtful. It blinked. The wasp buzzed. The worms opened their maws. The spider flower opened its petals some more. The spear bird twerped. Jesse and Jeremy moved the pupils in their eyes from side to side, not daring to move their heads at this point. “Very well, Doctor. Very well. We don’t always recognize them…but today, this time, this age, this mom ent we shall. We shall not disturb you again. Just know that Gallifrey is at a crisis…” “When isn’t it?” The Doctor smiled. “Never, and right now, it is at all crisis moments.” “The Shadow Proclamation…” the Doctor reminded. “Yes, Doctor, good bye….” “By your leave.” The Doctor said. He turned to the two, “Don’t say another word, just move and move slowly as if you’re talking a stroll through a park…” Jeremy knew the Doctor meant business. Jesse, for all his sarcasm, also knew this was the time to obey fully. He longed to say, “You mean it’s not,” meaning not a stroll in the park but he didn’t. Jesse and Jeremy moved down the hill slowly…but gravity took them down it faster than they would have liked. The flower legged thing moved at them and waited by one side. The bird needle and the wasp moved to the other side. The rock monster raised arms in front of them. The boys sweated. Jesse swallowed. Jeremy found no spit in his mouth. The demon thing nodded a head at them. The monsters all vanished. Jeremy felt his shoulders relax as the tension left. He turned and looked up. The demon thing was gone. The crab things were gone. The worms were gone. Jesse snapped his fingers in the air, “That’s what I’m talkin’ about!0 The Doctor pushed him, “Don’t push it!!!” “Don’t push me,” Jesse gasped as he fell forward and turned around to push the Doctor back but stopped. “I mean it, don’t talk until we’re out of this area,” the Doctor snapped. He picked up what he could of their things, sacks, water bags, tent skin and made a nod for them to do the same. They did and they moved on. Later, he talked to them but not for an hour out of that area. “The Shadow Proclamation. Sometimes…they honor me. Sometimes, they don’t. Sometimes they try to stop me. And work against me.” Jesse shrugged. “Then how did you know that would work?” “I didn’t. And before you both ask, I didn’t have any back up plan…” “Now, I know you’re the Doctor,” Jesse smiled and stopped walking, took the bald back of the Doctor’s head in one hand and moved it down to him. He put his lips on the Doctor’s and kissed them. Jeremy took the kiss that lasted a long time and after waiting awhile, turned their kiss with his hand on the other side of their lips toward him. He kissed them both with his mouth so that all three lips mingled. They held that for a time. “What was that for?”C2 The Doctor said in his deep voice and nodded that they should keep walking. Jeremy said, “I think you know what that’s for…you were…you did have a back up plan. You were going to give yourself up as a sacrifice to save us.” The Doctor kept walking as Jeremy’s revelation made Jesse stop, stunned. Jesse asked, from his stationary spot, “Were you?” Jeremy stopped to prompt Jesse onward again. The Doctor smiled as he kept walking. “You may never know, will you?” The boys caught up to him, one on either side. Jeremy laughed, “C’mon Doctor, I know the truth…” Jesse added, “Yeah, you might as well tell us. We know your back up plan was to…give it all up for me…uh, I mean us…” The Doctor kept walking, keeping a pace just a few steps ahead of them as they kept moving up to him. “Me? Sacrifice myself for you two? Two human boys, who can’t even trust me. Who don’t really want to have sex with me? Who don’t like my new face let alone my new body. I’d never give up myself for you two, you two who have each other and who couldn’t save the universe if their lives depended on it. The whole universe, all the universes depend on me from time to time to save it. If I’m dead, how’d that happen? Pffttt, what you two are goi ng to defend it? Never happen. You’d both be dead before one shot is fired…” As he walked, he smiled but he made both boys stop again. They were silent. They were thinking. They were lost in their own thoughts. “He’s right,” Each was thinking. “We’re not worth all those lives.” Jeremy looked downcast. “When you put it that way…” The Doctor stopped, turned, and looked at them. “Oh, that? I was only kidding.” Jesse nodded, “No, you weren’t. You don’t…” the words stuck in his throat again. “You don’t really remember us, do you?” “I do. Most of you. Most of our past. It will ALL come one day.” “I want to cum all day,” Jesse joked. The Doctor put a hand up, his arm weighed down by a string of sacks along it. “That’s the Jesse I know…” “And love?” Jeremy added. “What?” “You…” Jeremy, suddenly turned serious, put his lips together, as if facing something he didn’t want to. “You don’t love us…” “What?” Jesse asked, “What?” “You can’t. You’re not the same. Not the same guy any longer. And even if you have some of what he had in his mind and even in his two hearts. Things have changed. We’ve changed. I can tell. You don’t know us, you don’t…” His voice broke and Jesse came over to him. Jeremy shut his eyes and Jesse put a hand on his chest and one on his back. Jesse rubbed a bit on his lover, “Don’t…Jerem…eee. Aw, come on now.” The Doctor dropped his arm and stood staring at them. Just staring. Jesse snapped, “Well, say something.” “I…I…” “Oh, that’s it, start with yourself,” Jesse snapped again. “I never realized what loving me does to you. To both of you. It’s not like…like loving one of your own kind.” “We know that,” Jeremy raised his head and tears flowed. He rubbed his eyes with arm. Jesse looked around for something to wipe his lover’s eyes with. He tore what was left of his plant loin cloth and did that. Jeremy was surprised at how good it felt on his eyes and skin and in his eyes. It made him see more clear. “Knowing about me. About my files on the TARDIS isn’t the same as…as really experiencing it for yourselves, is it? I mean you’ve never even seen me regenerate. That you might have been okay with. But this…this…” he turned, and k ept silent for a long time. He bent down, “I didn’t mean to hurt you, either of you….” He stayed bent down but then stood and faced them again, “Just know one thing though….my lives….I’d give… I’d give my lives for you boys, all of them.” Jesse nodded a bit. Jeremy put his lips together. “All of them,” Jesse laughed. “All of em,” Jeremy laughed, too. “All of them,” the Doctor said, “And some day I might have to but until that day comes…I do.” He came up to them both. He put his arms around both of them and brought them to him. They were both surprised at how he could bring them both to his body. “I do love you. I love you both. Maybe it’s not the same as it was before. Maybe the love is different or maybe it’s changed, that I do not yet know. I cannot tell you but I do know there is love there. Maybe it’s not as strong and maybe it is. Maybe it will come back the same way or maybe it’s already that way. Until I stabilize and until I spend more time with you both…” “I’m sorry,” Jeremy spurted, his voice cracking from the sadness. “I didn’t mean to go all to pieces…” “Yeah, yeah,” Jesse said, his arm around Jeremy, parting from the Doctor, =E 2I’m sorry too.” “For what?” the Doctor asked. “I don’t know!” Jesse spouted. “This time I didn’t say or do anything wrong!” The trio laughed. The Doctor nilüfer escort left his arm around Jeremy but parted from Jesse, “Now, can we move on?” He pointed north, “If we keep going that way, we may hit the Capital and find the Citadel within…” He put his right hand out and made a motion which started the boys walking again. He followed. “Doc?” Jesse asked as they kept walking. “Don’t call me Doc, I don’t like that,” the Doctor stated. “But yeah?” “I thought you said the Cap was on its own continent?” Jesse recalled. “I believe it is…” “How is it we are just gonna walk there? ” “We can build a raft if we have to…” Jeremy looked around, “But we’ve seen no signs of any ocean…” “The planet seems to be in a constant state of change. Or decay, it’s hard to tell. As if time is changing from one terrain to the next…past, present, and future all at once.” “Was there a time there were no oceans on Gallifrey?” Jesse inquired as he looked down and kept his legs walking. “Yes, I think there was a long, long, long, long, long, long…” “STOP THAT!” Jeremy yelled good naturedly, turned to him as he walked backwards now, and laughed at him all at the same time. “Long time ago?” “Yes, that.” The Doctor slowed his pace. “It’s like I said, time’s wonky on this stupid….” He stopped at saying Gallifrey was stupid with a “don’t do that” glance from Jeremy. “…planet. I said it was when that sinkhole almost got us and the horses saved us… ” The Doctor stopped walking again. “The…the horses…” The Doctor stammered. The Doctor winced. He began to sob. This made both boys stop walking, too. Jeremy looked at Jesse confused. He went to the Doctor and put his hand on the Doctor’s thin back. He was so not used to the Doctor being this tall. “It’s okay now, Doctor. You took care of them. They’re gone.” “It…” the Doctor sobbed, almost uncontrollably. “It’s not that.” Jesse leaned in on them, “Then what it is?” “Why, oh, why?” “Why what?” Jesse asked. “Why wouldn’t she let me keep the horse?” The Doctor let out a sob=2 0and sobbed some more after that. Jesse stood in front of him, “She? Who’s she? Besides an immortal lady who has to stand in the water of fire or something. Ursula Andress, wasn’t it?” “Jesse,” Jeremy scolded. “Who’s she, Doctor?” “Rose, she wouldn’t let me keep the horse.” He cried out and tears came down from his eyes and dropped to his cheeks. “Rose is long gone, Doctor,” Jeremy said and moved from behind to touch his arms from around him. “So’s the horse, I think. I think you used it…” “Him…” “Him…to rescue someone. Reinette…? De? Pompador? Or something…” Jeremy struggled. “Oh her,” the Doctor stopped crying suddenly. “I thought, would you believe, I thought once, that I…” he laughed, his former crying forgotten. “What?” the other two both asked. “I once thought I was in love with her.” Jesse looked at Jeremy and Jeremy looked back at Jesse. They both broke out laughing uncontrollably. The Doctor joined them. “It…is…isn’t that funny?” he managed between laughs. “I wasn’t. How could I be in love with her? She’s a she…” he laughed some more. “Trying my experiment of heter osexuality. Didn’t work, did it? Besides that she cheated on her husband and left a sick daughter to go live the high life. How could I…how ever could I fall for someone that selfish…?” “I dunno, maybe…maybe you were just trying to fight your gayness like we all do at one point or another, it doesn’t matter, it’s passed…” Jesse shrugged, “But can we move on now?” He started walking again and the Doctor followed. “Doctor, maybe…” Jeremy said with conditioned carefulness and sensitivity, “…well maybe there were other circumstances you…we didn’t know about. I remember her from the TARDIS data banks now…not that we studied her in America…and don’t forget I was home schooled. She wasn’t that….I mean she was…she was one of the leaders in getting France to change its mind about helping the common people…” This got the Doctor to turn, stop, and look at the boy. Jesse rolled his eyes, for he wanted to continue walking. But he stopped, too. “She was common,” the Doctor surrendered. “But she really tried to prove she wasn’t, thereby ignoring the commoners, always putting herself out of their struggles…” The Doctor started walking again and Jesse smiled, and followed. He looked back at Jeremy and made a motion with his head for Jeremy to follow. Jeremy did but wouldn’t give up. “But she was instrumental in getting the Treaty of Versailles…” Jeremy glanced at Jesse who wondered which treaty, “No, not the World War One treaty, Jesse…worked out…” The Doctor countered with, “Yes, yes, and that lead to the Seven Year’s War.” “But Doctor…” The Doctor kept going on, not to prove a point, but absent mindedly as if he knew these things from experience, “And to the loss of New France in Canada to the British…” “But it was peace…” Jeremy fought. “Not in the long run,” the Doctor said, as they walked. “The king had two mistresses or more…” Jesse shrugged, not caring, “Gosh, that time and place was like DYNASTY…” “And she brought that Duke of Choiseul into office and supported him in all his endeavors, INCLUDING,” he put a finger up and realized he was pointing at the sky and yelling to make his point, so he lowered his voice, “including…the suppression of the Jesuits…” “Maybe she replaced someone who was worse?” “Nooo,” the Doctor stated, “Cardinal de Bernis had his faults, however he was just trying to stop the excesses of her spending…” =C 2 “Okay, okay, I give,” Jeremy put his hands up, “When it comes to history, you’re tops. As for sports, I’d give you a run for your money…” “Wanna meet Babe Ruth?” “What?” Jeremy stopped walking. “Keep walking, I wanna get to this Time Lord place…” Jesse said, impatiently. “Yeah, of course,” Jeremy said. “Maybe if we survive this mess…” the Doctor walked past both of them, “You Americans, you amaze me…” Jesse stopped walking now. Jeremy stood in front of him and turned to Jesse. In all the time, the Doctor had known them, he never referred to them as Americans or criticized them for being. Earthlings, yeah. They waited and listened. The Doctor kept walking. “…you stun yourself into believing that your own historical figures are these grand, great people and then when you uncover some evidence that they weren’t…say, that FDR knew that the Japanese were going to attack Pearl Harbor WAYYYY before they did…you either deny it, ignore it, explain it away or try to suppress it and cover it up.” As he spoke, the Doctor walked on and was further and further away from the two boys, who soon realized this and ran to catch up to him. Jesse puffed, “I don’t whether to thank him for opening my eyes or kick=2 0his ass for insulting Americans.” “Or both,” Jeremy added, “I’d help you…” “I’m not done. Are you two listening to me?” Jeremy nodded to Jesse, “Suddenly, I’m not liking this Doctor very much…” “Oh, you SOOOO are,” Jesse smiled. “I mean…” “I’m not done!” The Doctor snarled as if speaking to himself or to an assembly. “In addition, you vilify the French…” Jesse shrugged, “Well, they are smelly and do leave their old people to die in the heat waves…” The other two turned and looked at him. “Just kiddin, just kiddin,” he said as he put his hands up to his chest to defend himself and waved. They kept walking. “…but now you defend one of the…” “Doctor, just forget it, all right!!” Jeremy yelled, the heat and this conversation getting to him, “You might have feelings for her that you’re trying to put down because it hurts so much that you’re gay and-or that she’s dead. I was just trying to make you see that maybe she wasn’t as bad as you seem to think she was.” “Maybe, you’re right,” the Doctor turned to him and kissed him on the lips. Jeremy shut his eyes. 9 CMuch better kisser, too.” “Who?” Jeremy asked as the Doctor broke and moved on. “Her or me?” “YOU!” The Doctor turned, ran back to him and kissed him again, “Lemeemememe, mmmmmm, tasty,” he murmured between slurps on the teen. Jesse sighed. “We’re never gonna get there.” Jeremy parted, pushing the Doctor off a bit but smiled. “Doctor, if you weren’t the Doctor, I’d so want to strangle you.” “I know.” The Doctor stated, “I think I want to strangle me.” Jesse just walked away. Jeremy and the Doctor watched him and laughed. Soon, all three were walking on again. Before a longer silence, Jeremy had to get in the last word for once, “As for the French, hey, we’re probably beating their arrogant swimming team right now in the 2008 Olympics…” As they walked and walked, Jesse said from a very dry mouth, “We’re out of water again, Doc…” “I know. Don’t call me Doc. I have a feeling we’re almost there….” “We’d better be, we’re out of food, too,” Jeremy stated. “I know you can last longer than us without it but even you need it from time to time…” They continued on for the day in silence. The sky gre w dark. Jesse looked up, “Is it night already?” “No,” the Doctor squinted as he looked up. The hazy humidity of the orange overglow filled the sky now. “Then?” Jeremy asked. “Something else,” the Doctor started to run ahead. “Oh türbanlı escort no, no, you don’t,” Jesse gasped, “Why’s he running now?” He turned to ask Jeremy. “I don’t…” In his head, Jeremy thought he heard something akin to the soundtrack to 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY and not the majestic parts. The parts that sounded like a swarm of bugs or some crazy people singing without lyrics. The music would rise to a crescendo that sounded like screaming and yelling and thousands of bees or wasps swarming. Jeremy thought he’d had enough of wasps for now. Jesse listened. “It sounds like…like buzzing or…underwater disturbances.” “Or static…” Jeremy said. The Doctor was looking around when the two boys caught up to him. “What’re you lookin’ for, can we help?” Jesse asked. The Doctor had dropped what supplies that they had had but pointed to the supplies now. “Pick those up and hurry.” They obeyed but soon were asking questions again. The Doctor was calm but he was moving fast, digging at something in the20ground. “Ahhh, ha, here’s one.” “Here’s what?” Jeremy stood over him. “That noise…” The Doctor said, “It’s a…” “SANDSTORM!!!!” Jesse yelled and pointed. A huge whirl of sand picked up from the ground. The Doctor turned from bending over the dirt object he found in the ground. The object was almost totally buried with just a small stone archway half out of the ground. The arch was plain white stone and clashed with the yellow desert floor but it was three inches thick. The Doctor took the arch in his hands and pulled up with great strength. Jeremy moved to help him. “No, keep back!” He saw Jeremy’s defeated look. “It…’s…very…heavy,” the Doctor smiled at him, looking fully at him, having to turn his head. “That storm!” Jesse gasped as he moved away from them. They had to shout the rest of their conversation as the sound of the storm was so loud it almost drowned all other sounds out. It was a continuous buzzing, the din of which rose continuously. “Stay with us!” The Doctor warned and Jesse moved backward, moving toward them again. “It’s coming faster than I expected! On my planet, this planet!…the sand storms are …the sand is like glass. It will shred us to pieces!!! A gust front passing…the wind force exceeding the threshold value…” Over the Doctor’s back, Jesse stared at Jeremy, who just shrugged. They didn’t understand all of what he said but they listened to the rest of it. “…where loose sand and dust are removed from the dry surface!” the Doctor lifted the doorway out of the arch and it came sliding upward slowly. It was about two feet thick and two feet long. “Particles are transported by saltation and suspension, causing soil erosion from one place and deposition in another. On your planet the ignoring of the fallows system and poor management of the Earth’s dry lands have made the dust and sand storms worse.” He heaved the entire “doorway” out of the arch and picked it up past them. “Why not just drop it?!” Jesse asked. “I need it not to break,” the Doctor stated. “As the force of the wind passing over loosely held particles increases…” the Doctor put the door down carefully. “…particles of sand first start to vibrate…leap…strike the ground repeatedly… over and over…!” Jesse looked at the storm gathering, the Doctor describing the very event, “Yes, I do know what repeatedly means…!” “…they loose smaller particles of dust which then travel in suspension. A population of dust grains join together moving by many methods. Saltation, suspension, and even creep…the saltation sometimes causes an electric field …a negative charge which is relative to the ground and which starts loosening even more sand particles! It’s fascinating…!” “Yeah, well,” Jeremy moved past Jesse and put a hand on Jesse’s shoulder as he did. Jesse took his hand and wouldn’t let go. “We’re about to be smothered by the fascinating particles! I mean this is Gallifrey! Surely, you’re people aren’t as ignorant as those on Earth! Surely they didn’t ignore the dry lands…” The Doctor was just staring at them now. Jesse looked back from the gathering storm of invisibility. The visibility beyond the whirling dust funnels and a wall of sand that came rising up from the horizon was nil. Jeremy started at it and then looked at the Doctor. Jeremy added, “They did ignore it.” Jesse gasped, “Ahh, these Time Lords are as stupid as human beings…!” “Yes, sometimes moreso…” the Doctor said and put the door down. “And the sand here…it’s rougher than on Earth! It’s like glass…it’ll cut us to pieces…!” “Yeah! You have mentioned that already!” Jeremy yelled. “It’s almost on us!” Jesse yelled. “Yeow!!!” He gas ped as the Doctor grabbed his arm that held Jeremy and flung him into the hole under and into the archway, dragging Jeremy, who still had his hand held by Jesse, along. As Jesse felt himself being put in back first, he saw the Doctor removing two skeletons. “What’s this thing then?” He and Jeremy was laying side by side but slanted at an angle toward the Doctor. “It’s a Gallifrean burial chamber.” Both boys tried to get up but the Doctor put a hand on their chests….left hand on Jesse’s chest and right hand on Jeremy’s chest and he pushed. “Stay down.” “BUT…ewl.” Jeremy balked. “People…your people…were buried in here!” Jesse yelled. “Letmeup!” “NO!” The Doctor said, “I’ve never actually seen one. I used to study them from in Gallifrean history but frankly the class was boring…” “Doctor,” Jesse tried to hide his face that he was making and the feelings he was feeling that the Doctor was trivia talking at a time like this. “Storm.” He nodded to a titanic white flowing mass that lifted up above the desert floor. “Oh, what…oh that storm, yes, yes,” the Doctor laughed, “Well, in the desert, before Gallifreans, or rather some of them became Time Lords, they didn0t live as long and traveling in the desert and being all super silly religious as they were, they needed some place to bury the dead. They’ve only been spoken of as legend for so long but…this is one of them. How utterly fantastic and nice to see one up close…” He looked back and saw the storm. As the two tried to stand up out of the small chamber, a hollow affair of stone, that just barely fit them, the Doctor shoved them both back down again and not too gently. “Get in there now and stay put!” The white sand storm buzzed but began to turn gray. “Noticed much?” Jesse rubbed his chest. “There’s only room for two!” Jeremy gasped now. “There’s not enough room for you!” Jesse : “I’ll stay out!” Jeremy: “No, I will!” They tried to get out again but the Doctor shoved them in again, “Get in there and …I love you both!” He rushed to the door, heaved it up, and saw Jesse bend upward at him. Jeremy held his around the back. “For the love of Jupiter’s Moons, stay in there! This is my…” he smiled, his face over the top of the door slab he held, “…my back up plan.” “Doctor! You know I love you, don’t you? ” Jesse asked. “Y es, of course I do, Jesse. Now goodbye…” Jeremy asked, “Can’t you find another one?” “There may be more around here. They were rumored to use them often…I’ll try to find one! Good bye…Jeremy, Jesse…” He put the door back in place. Jesse looked wide eyed as the door’s flat part came at them. He laid flat back down again and shut his eyes. Jeremy shut his eyes as blackness enveloped the small chamber. “He’s sacrificing himself for us. He knows there is no other crypt.” Tears found a way out of their eyelids. “Jesus,” they both said. “Help him!” The Doctor looked around but he was not frantic. He knew the likelihood of finding one was rare. He stood up and turned. The storm was just a few feet away. Sand shot over his head. Sand rose up as a great wall again and above and below both vertically and horizontally. It moved and swirled in many designs. The gray turned nearly black. The Doctor flinched as he watched. Sand bit at him. The giant sandstorm seemed to hold back. The Doctor put his hands to his sides but lifted his arms along his sides and his hands out as if he were about to be crucified. The giant sand storm hit the Doctor! He raised his arms up to block the sand from his face but the storm swirled around him and covered his whole body, making h im vanish into the dirt and sand! TO BE CONTINUED… NEXT TIME… Jesse and Jeremy were digging. They look in shock. “He’s dead, the Doctor’s dead,” Jesse said quickly and sadly. “He really is,” Jeremy conceded. Jesse and Jeremy jerked as something grabbed their penises and jerked but didn’t let go. The hands slid up along their shafts to the starting point and rubbed back down, moving foreskin aside. They both gasped. “We just passed through something, didn’t we?” “Look at that!” “It looks like a whole bunch of towns brought here from Earth…” Jesse gasped, “The Death Zone!!!” “It’s an orgy of death!” Jeremy gasped. “Who are you?” Jesse asked an alien but very humanoid man who held a spear. “I’m here to kill!” Jeremy threw an alien man with a sword aside and kicked at another. He rose up after fighting a few more, “You’ve got to stop this!” “It is our way and we know no other.” “Without it, our way of life would perish. Our young will never be born without this process.” “Notice something?” Jesse asked, “No women… “Then they have babies some other way?” Jeremy asked. The alien raised his spear at them, “This way!” Jeremy put up his karate fists and pushed Jesse behind him!

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