Barbecue Series
by: Susan Proto


The Barbecue Series 1: Birthday Barbecue - 38K - Rated PG-13 - by Susan Proto
SUMMARY: Mulder reluctantly attends the birthday bash of someone he cares for very much. Of course, even a simple birthday party doesn't go quite as planned for our hero.

The Barbecue Series 2: Fourth of July - 26K - Rated PG-13 - by Susan Proto
SUMMARY: Mulder returns to the Scully house for yet another traditional family get together, with almost tragic results.

The Barbecue Series 3: Labor Day Weekend - 48K - Rated PG-13 - by Susan Proto
SUMMARY: Another barbecue gathering with the Scully Clan. Is it possible for our heroes to simply enjoy a meal for change? Nahhh.

The Barbecue Series 4: A Quiet Thank You - 25K - Rated PG - by Susan Proto
SUMMARY: Mulder is talked into spending a quiet Thanksgiving with Scully and Maggie, along with some others in need of a place to give their thanks.

The Barbecue Series 5: Holiday on Ice - 58K - Rated PG-13 - by Susan Proto
SUMMARY: Mulder is talked into spending Christmas with the Scully Family-the WHOLE Scully Family-Here we go again, folks!

The Barbecue Series 6: Getting to Know You - 27K - Rated R - by Susan Proto
SUMMARY: Plans for a long weekend are changed-.and Mulder dares to hope for the better-.yeah, right- Oh, and don't even bother to look for the Barbecue pit in this one...let's just say there's enuf heat in the Jacuzzi to roast the marshmallows.

The Barbecue Series 7: Can't Stand the Heat - 32K - Rated PG-13 - by Susan Proto
SUMMARY: Mulder is invited to spend Valentine's Day with Scully and Maggie, and the boss at the AD's favorite restaurant. Mulder's first mistake? Saying yes. Second mistake? Saying even more-.

The Barbecue Series 8: The Bells are Ringing - 52K - Rated PG-13 - by Susan Proto
SUMMARY: Mulder and Scully spend some time at Maggie's home while the Big Brother and his family visit. It's really not always about Mulder-

The Barbecue Series 9: Wearin' of the Green - 65K - Rated PG-13 - by Susan Proto
SUMMARY: It's a very Scully Celebration on the day of wearing green; too bad Mulder finds himself wearing a little more than he'd intended.

The Barbecue Series 10: Eggies in the Hanty - 37K - Rated PG-13 - by Susan Proto
SUMMARY: The Scully's learn more about Mulder, but more importantly, Mulder learns more about himself.

The Barbecue Series 11: Medium Well - 62K - Rated NC-17 - by Susan Proto
SUMMARY: A former nemesis returns.
SEXUAL ABUSE BOTH PAST AND PRESENT

The Barbecue Series 12: Fireworks - 33K - Rated PG-13 - by Susan Proto
SUMMARY: Mulder's gone and done it again, and Scully's got to learn to deal with it.

The Barbecue Series 13: Little Lovings - 84K - Rated PG-13 - by Susan Proto
SUMMARY: There's a crisis in San Diego, and our heroes must deal with it on their own.

The Barbecue Series 14: Labor of Love - 40K - Rated PG-13 - by Susan Proto
SUMMARY: Mulder's got big plans for this Labor Day weekend, and then BigBrotherBilly gets wind of it. Let the angst begin!

The Barbecue Series 15: An (Un)invited Pest - 28K - Rated PG-13 - by Susan Proto
SUMMARY: Mulder receives an unexpected request from an unexpected person, and of course our hero has to deal with the aftermath.

The Barbecue Series 16: Be Careful What You Wish For - 38K - Rated PG-13 - by Susan Proto
SUMMARY: Mulder has always felt guilty that others suffered for his quest. Well, be careful what you wish for.

The Barbecue Series 17: Lights at the End of the Tunnel - 37K - Rated PG-13 - by Susan Proto
SUMMARY: The aftermath of his abduction and a new discovery.

The Barbecue Series 18: Welcome Back, Mulder - 33K - Rated PG-13 - by Susan Proto
SUMMARY: Coming home to face the family, afterwards.

The Barbecue Series 19: Son-Up to Son-Down - 93K - Rated PG-13 - by Susan Proto
SUMMARY: The family sees a side of Mulder that not many are privy to see, nor would want to see.

The Barbecue Series 20: ATM - 33K - Rated PG-13 - by Susan Proto
SUMMARY: Just a quick stop at the ATM.

The Barbecue Series 21: Prelude to a Wedding - 21K - Rated PG - by Susan Proto
SUMMARY: "I want to make it forever."
"We already are."