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Isn’t That A Little Bit Dangerous, Jeeves? 50/60

Isn’t That A Little Bit Dangerous, Jeeves? 50/60 published on 1 Comment on Isn’t That A Little Bit Dangerous, Jeeves? 50/60

One more detail:

When Hellsing rescued Claude, they were able to use him to track the movements of the vampires who had been sucking on him, in the same way that Abraham Van Helsing originally used Mina to track the movements of Dracula about forty years before.

This nuance is, of course, completely lost on Bertie.

Narration: Then Jeeves explained it all to me. It seems my dear cousins Claude and Eustace both fell head over heels for the same lovely young filly, who also happened to be a vampire, luring them in to be a snack for her stronger but less charming sire.

The chaps at Hellsing charged in and rescued Claude, but the vampires scarpered, the younger with Eustace in tow. She bamboozled everyone at Aunt Dahlia’s so she could hide there, not realizing Hellsing was already on to her.

They let her be at first, so she wouldn’t get wise and call her sire for help. When the sire thought he had escaped, Arthur sent Jeeves off to catch him by surprise.

The young one could tell, somehow, who had killed her sire; but she didn’t realize Jeeves was connected to her hideout, until Aunt Dahlia said his name…

Jeeves: Sir, you seem remarkably unsurprised by all of this.

Bertie: What, Claude and Eustace both falling for one unsuitable woman? Happens about once a week.

Jeeves: I was thinking of the vampires.

Bertie: I say! Haven’t I always said I believe you could handle anything? Why should that not include vampires?

1 Comment

SwordKing on Thu Nov 13, 2008 9:07 pm

Wait… Aren’t they going to modify Wooster’s memory or something so that lovable idiot doesn’t go around blabbing that vampires are real?

Xuanwu on Thu Nov 13, 2008 11:27 pm

Who would believe him?

Kazokuhouou on Thu Nov 13, 2008 9:19 pm

Methinks that’s why the Library had the only copy of ITALBD, Jeeves.

Also, Bertie’s explanation makes sense to me.

FelinaofL2 on Fri Nov 14, 2008 5:12 am

I love the first panel with Jeeves and Bertie. It’s so cute.

BigKwell on Fri Nov 14, 2008 8:49 am

Well… taking into account Bertie’s flighty behavior… I would say not.

Mars on Fri Nov 14, 2008 11:03 am

Wow… lotsa gay vibes. (Erin, turn off the ho-yay… or at least tell me they act like this in the original novels :shifty: . Then I won’t have issues. (Or at least… will there be more Les-yay in following story lines? D: )

SailorPtah on Sat Nov 15, 2008 1:28 am

Bertie, after giving in to Jeeves towards the end of a story: “I felt like one of those chappies in the novels who calls off the fight with his wife in the last chapter and decides to forget and forgive.”

Jeeves narrating, on Bertie: “I am fond of Mr. Wooster, and I admit I came very near to melting as I looked at his face.”

Bertie gushing: “I had known that he wouldn’t let me down. It beats me sometimes why a man with his genius is satisfied to hang around pressing my clothes and whatnot. If I had half Jeeves’s brain, I should have a stab at being Prime Minister or something.”

Jeeves, more properly: “I had no desire to sever a connexion so pleasant in every respect as his and mine had been.”

Conversation, from the end of a story:
“For I may hope, may I not, sir, that you will allow me to remain permanently in your service?”
“You may indeed, Jeeves. It often beats me, though, why with your superlative gifts you should want to.”
“There is a tie that binds, sir.”
“A what that whats?”
“A tie that binds, sir.”
“Then heaven bless it, and may it continue to bind indefinately.”

All this on top of the fact that the plot of half the stories involves Bertie getting engaged, and Jeeves getting him out of it. Early on, there are stories where Bertie likes the girl; but most of them involve women making the decision, and Bertie running to Jeeves for help. Especially when the fiancee in question suggests getting rid of Jeeves. And Jeeves has admitted that he ends some of these engagements because he doesn’t want to leave Bertie either.

Mars wrote:
(Or at least… will there be more Les-yay in following story lines? D: )

In the beginning of the year we had a storyline on the Marimite campus. Doesn’t get much more Les Yay than that.

(And yes, there will be more. Also more Ho Yay. And more Het Yay, especially AxI and PxS. And . . . uh, whatever HxY/Y is.)

Mars on Sat Nov 15, 2008 8:48 pm

Wow… Thanks. Sorry about the pseudo-whining. Yaoi just gets to me due to it’s prevalence in… media. I have nothing against yaoi and the fangirls, just the fact people find it EVERYWHERE and the yuri stuff isn’t as well spotted or as, I guess, diverse. It’s just one of my peeves. But on the brightside, I ship JeevesxBertie due to the utter uke-ness Bertie is. (And if you, Miss Erin Ptah, were to make the comic adaptations, I’d be in Heaven. Your style fits better than the original manga adaptation, in my opinion.)

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