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04 October 2010 @ 03:01 am
season five, episode one  

Yay! It's finally here! Who's pumped?! I don't think anyone is actually more excited than me. Let me tell you how pathetic I am before you get on with the story.

Okay, so I spent two weeks building all the sets, homes, and hang outs for the cast, as well as designing the cast themselves. Then I spent three days wherein I dedicated no less than 8-hours to taking the photos. And my mom says I need a job! Pfft. At any rate, now that things are set up and ready to go I expect future photo sessions to not be quite so lengthy, and if they are, I will never own up to it.

Oh, also, I know I said I wanted to have this posted by the end of September and now it's (early! on) October 4, but that's totally not my fault! I had all the pictures taken and edited on Thursday night (September 30), but on Friday morning the LJ scrapbook was being a total moron and wouldn't let me upload. I was going to beksi_cola's house and I didn't have a lot of time to mess around with it, but I even brought my laptop along and tried to upload the pictures while I was there. I managed to get 70 of them uploaded but then it just wouldn't do anymore, so as soon as I got home today I tried to finish uploading them and they finally all went through. Which is why it's "late"!

SO. Now that you know just how sad my life has become, I sincerely hope you enjoy the first episode of season five! :D

It was Thursday evening, and unusually balmy for early October. The Horse and Carriage pub had a few tables filled, but it was enough to keep the barmaids on their feet.

In a corner of the pub was a table with five very good friends.

Leif Callaghan looked at his watch and then enquired, "Has anyone heard from Nina yet?"

Blake and Tyler Ashby both looked up in concern. "I haven't," the twins said in unison.
"Wasn't she going to come over straight after work?" Blake asked.
"What time is it? Her shift ended at 9:30," said Tyler.

Harlow Yin checked her phone - no new texts. "She told me she might have to work late," she offered.

"I haven't heard from her either," Jay Johar shrugged.
"It's after ten, she should be here by now," Leif said, starting to worry.
"Unless she had to work late," Jay reminded him.

Meanwhile, at that very moment, the bespectacled brunette in question was taking her time, sauntering along after a particularly tiring day at her part-time job. Her phone beeped at her, indicating a text message. "I'm here for pete's sake," she muttered, hurrying into the pub.

Nina Callaghan took a quick sweep of the bar before spotting her group. "I couldn't find the place!" she hastily explained. "Who picked this pub again?"

"You did," Leif sighed.
"That girl you work with told you about it," Jay added.

"Oh, right," Nina said as Harlow leapt up to greet her friend.
"Your brother was starting to panic," she smirked.

"Panic is a bit of an overstatement," Leif said. "I was just beginning to think that something shiny had caught your attention and we'd never see you again, naturally."
"Definitely the opposite of panic," Nina laughed.

Blake scooted out of the booth to give his girlfriend a kiss. Jay made kissing noises behind them while Leif wretched, "Oh, come on."

"I can't stay too long," Blake said. "I've got to study for my chem exam."
"Oh, okay," Nina nodded.

As Blake slid back into the booth, Harlow stepped in front of Nina before she could follow suit. "Come to the bathroom with me?" she asked.

She leaned in closer then and said, "I've gotta talk to you for a minute."

"Okay," she shrugged.

"Back in a sec!" Harlow called to the boys as the two girls headed back to the washrooms.

"So, how was work?" Harlow asked once they were alone.
"You didn't really drag me back here to ask about work, did you?"

Harlow grabbed Nina and hauled her around to whisper in her ear. "No. Okay, so, Tyler? It's actually getting sad how obviously in love with you he is."

"Oh, come on, quit it!" Nina said, playfully pushing Harlow's shoulder. "Tyler and I are just friends."
"No, you don't understand!" Harlow insisted. "He knows your schedule better than Blake does, and all evening he's been gushing about you. I was actually legit shocked when he didn't know why you were late."
"Harlow, we're friends," Nina stressed.

But as Harlow continued to insist that Tyler definitely wanted to be more than friends, Nina felt her stomach lurch. This was a fear she'd had for a long time, and a fear she was now wishing she hadn't expressed to Harlow...

Tyler and Blake Ashby had been in Nina's life since ninth grade.

It was actually Tyler that Nina had known first. They had English together, and soon after being partnered for a presentation found themselves fast friends. Nina spent practically the entire summer between grade nine and ten with Tyler at his parents' beach house.

They had played like little kids on the beach; Tyler giving Nina piggyback rides, the two of them building sandcastles...

At first, Nina had wanted Tyler to make a move; but as the summer pressed on and they remained nothing more than very close friends, Nina sort of settled into a comfortable familiarity.

And of course, her crush for Tyler waned when his twin brother Blake was more than willing to pay her the right sort of attention...

By the end of summer, just before grade ten began, Nina and Blake were a couple. Tyler, always too timid to actually try anything with the girl of his dreams, had to stand by and watch as the months turned to years and she remained with his brother. As the years added up, his crush only deepened, though he kept it as much of a secret as he could...

Nina was happy with Blake, but couldn't help feeling like Tyler would always have intense feelings for her.

Nina and Blake settled into a comfortable sort of coupling. Their evenings together were often quiet, at home; they would work on college assignments together, or read, or watch a movie. Nina was blissfully content with the way things had turned out. Being with Blake was cosy, familiar; she knew she was never alone.

Blake, on the other hand... Well, Nina assumed he was happy too. She never really thought about it, to be honest. He tried not to think about it, tried not to think those unsavoury thoughts; that maybe he'd only gone after her because Tyler wouldn't do anything about it... That maybe he was starting to feel... trapped...

"AND," Harlow said loudly, jolting Nina out of her wandering thoughts. "JAY has been being a dick all night, as usual."
"What? What's he done now?"
"He's been flirting with the barmaid, who by the way is totally MARRIED!"

Jay Johar was Leif's best friend, but he was also kind of a second brother to Nina.

His overly flirtatious personality never bothered her like it bothered Harlow.

In fact, she found it downright hilarious. She loved Jay almost nearly as much as she loved her big brother Leif.

Which was, needless to say, a whole lot.

Leif and Nina had always been very close growing up, so it seemed natural that his best friend would be one of hers, too. After college, Leif used his trust fund to buy a small house along the the waterfront in Mayside. He rented out the spare rooms to Nina and Jay, and the three of them grew closer for it.

Jay and Leif had never minded Nina tagging along with them, even if she was four years younger.

Jay was an only child, although growing up he seldom felt like it. Having Leif to be his surrogate brother and Nina as his little sister rarely left him feeling alone.

Everyone knew not to mess with or pick on Nina; not with two fiercely protective older brothers watching her back.

The three of them were pretty much inseparable.

So when they had grown, it only seemed natural to continue to live together.

But then there was Harlow Yin.

Harlow and Nina had met in grade school, when Harlow's father had transferred to Mayside.

Harlow's parents were a lot better off than Nina's. Her high school graduation gift had been her own loft apartment.

Despite Harlow's at-times caustic nature, the two girls became fast friends and had been ever since grade four. They had as many blow-outs as they did sisterly moments, but Nina liked having Harlow around, for the most part...

The biggest snag in their relationship was that Harlow absolutely hated Jay. Whether it was the way he acted around most women, or how many women he romanced, or for some other entirely different reason, no one really knew. It bothered Nina that Harlow detested him with such verocity...

... but it really irked Jay. He couldn't figure out what he could have possibly done to instil such loathing from someone -- especially someone as cute as Harlow!

Despite their differences, Nina and Harlow remained good friends. Nina liked having someone around who wasn't a boy, and Harlow liked having Nina around to keep her grounded. Harlow knew she was a little spastic and hot under the collar; having a friend like Nina kept her sane.

After Harlow was done ragging on Tyler and Jay, the girls returned to the table. Nina looked around at her friends and smiled to herself. She had the best friends a girl could ask for, was in what she considered the perfect relationship, and was doing well in school. She was truly happy.

Just then, a surly looking barmaid stomped up to the table. "What do you want?" she asked.

"Uh, you mean to drink?" Nina asked.
"No, I mean in life."
"Um, nothing for me, thanks."

Without another word, the girl spun around on her heel and stalked back to the bar.

"What the heck was that about?" Harlow laughed.
"Don't ask me! I've never met her before!" Nina replied with wide eyes and the shake of her head.

Up at the bar, the blonde Jay had been hitting on was talking to a very good-looking dark haired man.
"One glass of white wine, for the brunette with the red glasses over there," he said smoothly.
"Sure thing!" the blonde smiled back.

The dark haired man smiled, and slunk back to his table in the other corner of the bar. December Ainsworth looked at him apprehensively. "What are you doing, Devlin?"

Devlin Ainsworth sneered at his sister. "Ordering Nina a drink," he replied stiffly.

"But why?" December asked timidly. "I thought we were done with all this..."

"I can't leave it alone anymore, December!" he shot back angrily. "I can't just sit by and watch them live their happy little lives. We're Ainsworths; we should be sitting on top -- not them!" Over a decade ago, the rivalry between Devlin Ainsworth and Leif Callaghan had begun. The rivalry between the Ainsworths and Callaghans, however, was much older than that.

Leif had been warned from an early age about the Ainsworths. His father, Patrick, had pulled him aside one day to speak to him about his classmate, Devlin. "You can never trust an Ainsworth," he told a young Leif. "They're powerful people, and they'd sell their own mothers to get ahead. Most of all, they hate us Callaghans. Goes back centuries, m'boy. And I tell ya now, the last thing you want is to associate with that Devlin Ainsworth, for his father's the worst of them all."

Leif was torn. "But Devlin's nice," he argued. He'd gone to school with him for years and never had a problem with the boy. They'd never been friends, but they certainly weren't enemies.

"I can only bet that that's because his own father didn't realise there was a Callaghan in his class. I wouldn't've known myself if it hadn't been for Nina's mentioning of that young December in her class. Not too many girls named December, I reckon." His dad took a deep breath and rested a hand on Leif's shoulder.

"You have to watch out for her, Leif."
"I know, dad," he nodded solemnly.
"She's just a little girl, and if those Ainsworth kids figure out who you two are, there can only be trouble ahead. Promise me you won't have nothing to do with them kids, Leif. It can only spell trouble if you do."

He reached down to hug his son. "I wish things weren't the way they are, m'boy," he sighed. "But a Callaghan'll never break bread with an Ainsworth, and that's just the way it is."

"I promise, dad," Leif said, returning his father's hug. If his dad said the Ainsworths were bad, then they must be.

On the other side of town, Alistair Ainsworth was laying into his children on the matter.

"Why didn't you tell me you went to school with a Callaghan, boy!" he demanded of Devlin. "How long have you been consorting with that filth?!" Alistair's screams were so loud that the glass on the window panes rattled, and December, who was only five, started to cry. Devlin leapt up from the couch and ran to his father.

"I-I d-didn't know!" Devlin stammered, pleading with his father. "I didn't know Leif's last name!"
"Lies!" his father roared.

Tears streamed from December's eyes as she covered them. "How long have you been going to school with that boy?!" Alistair demanded. "Don't tell me it's been this entire time!"
"I-I," Devlin stuttered.
"Speak, fool! You must have known he was a Callaghan -- and you didn't tell me!"
Devlin winced. He knew Leif was a Callaghan, he'd known all along. But Leif had never caused him any trouble, so he'd left him alone. "I-I'm sorry!" he squeaked.

"Sorry doesn't cut it!" Alistair yelled, swinging his fist to connect with Devlin's face. December screamed as Devlin fell onto the floor. "Ainsworths are not meant to consort with Callaghans," Alistair growled, spitting as he said their name. "You're just as filthy as they are, for keeping such a secret from me." He bent down and hauled Devlin to his feet. "You embarrass me." With that, he stormed out of the room.

December rushed to hug her brother. "I'm sorry, Devvie," she sobbed. "I'm sorry I talked about Nina."
"Don't worry," Devlin said, wrapping his arms around his sister. "It's all going to be okay."

As the years passed, Devlin and Leif's acquaintanceship became competitive, and very quickly that spiralled into a rivalry. Devlin particularly enjoyed picking on Leif's Achilles heel: Nina.

"Again, Devlin? Do you enjoy getting your butt handed to you?" Leif snarled.
"Leif, it's okay," Nina said.

"No it's not," Leif snapped, shoving Devlin into the lockers.

"Just leave her alone and we don't have a problem."

Devlin shoved him right back. "We always have a problem, Callaghan."
"Please, don't," December begged.
"Leif, it's okay!" Nina insisted.

"Tell me, are you such a jerk because your mother is dead?" Leif asked, just before reeling back and smashing Devlin across the jaw.

The boys competed in everything: academics, sports, girls. Devlin was the more scholarly of the two, while Leif was star quarterback and wrestling champ. When it came to girls, the two were pretty evenly matched; but they always wound up fighting over the same one, which usually resulted in being told that they could just have each other.

But no matter how many times Leif beat Devlin up, or how many times he won a sport, or a girl's heart, or did better than him in class...

While those all contributed to his general distaste for Leif, Devlin never hated him for those things...

He hated him because he had a father who actually loved him.

"You haven't cared about Leif or Nina in years now, Devlin," December said sort of sadly. "There's no reason to start this up again."

"I told you, I can't just sit by and watch them live happily ever after. I just can't, December."

"So what's the plan then? You're going to poison that drink you just ordered for Nina?"

"Don't be absurd. I did that to get a rise out of her idiot boyfriend. You know what a hothead he is. The plan is much more involved, and I'm going to need your help."

December sighed softly. "What do you want me to do?"

The blonde waitress whisked over to Nina's table just then with a tray of white wine. "Here you go," she said, handing one to Nina.
"Oh, no, I told the other girl I didn't want anything," Nina smiled.

"This is from a secret admirer," the waitress smiled. "Enjoy!"

"Secret admirer?" asked Jay in a teasing voice. "Ooh la la."

"Shut up, Jay," Blake said tersely.
"Oh, come on Blake, it's flattering!" Tyler grinned. "Isn't it Nina?"

"It's not flattering," Blake snapped.
"Relax, would you?" Nina said, suddenly annoyed at him. "It's just a glass of wine."
"From some other guy," he grumbled.

"Come dance," Harlow said, grabbing at Nina's hand before jumping up and out of the booth. She hated to see Nina and Blake fight, and they'd been doing their fair share of that lately.
"I will," Nina said, abandoning her wine and making a point to not ask Blake to join.

"I'm game," Jay said, standing up on the bench to get past Leif. Tyler laughed and followed suit, much to his brother's chagrin.

"You feel like dancing?" Leif asked Blake.

"I have that test to study for," he said. "Tell Nina I said bye."
As he crawled out of the booth, Leif rolled his eyes. He was getting sick of Blake's moodiness. He could see what it was doing to both Nina and her relationship with Blake, even if she thought everything was hunky dory. As Blake stomped out of the pub, Leif noticed a black-haired woman idling up to his table.

"December?" Leif asked in surprise, hurrying to his feet.

"What are you doing here?" he demanded.

"Well gee, I didn't know I wasn't allowed here."

"Sorry," he said half-heartedly. "It's just that wherever you are, Devlin usually isn't far behind."

"Oh, please," she sighed angrily. "That war is long over. When was the last time you even saw my brother?"

"Well," said Leif, his anger waning. "I guess I've just learned to never trust an Ainsworth."

"Well I don't trust a Callaghan, but I didn't come over here to ask what you were doing here."

"I said I was sorry. Why did you come over here?"

"To say hello, actually. It's been a while and I foolishly thought that the animosity would've worn off by now. Do you know how long it's been since I've seen Devlin? He isn't even in the country, as far as I know. It was just nice to see a familiar face -- that's all."

"Oh, well, hi, then," Leif said awkwardly. Since when was December friendly with him? The most interaction he'd had with the girl was watching her cry when he beat her brother into the floor. "It was nice seeing you."

When she said nothing else, he quickly turned around and headed to the small dance party happening in front of the jukebox. December turned her head away from him.

Why did she let her brother do this to her? Why did she let him do this to them? She blinked back a few tears and looked to Devlin in the opposite corner of the pub.

He rubbed his hands together and smiled wickedly. "Everything is falling into place..."

What will happen next???

Tune in next time for more...

Intense Feelings!
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demondice: Amadeus; deathbeddemondice on October 4th, 2010 10:08 am (UTC)
I LOVED THIS!! :D It's really amazing! I'll have to go back now to read more of it. :):) ♥
Sarahpapertea on October 4th, 2010 07:19 pm (UTC)
Yay! Thanks for reading/commenting! :D
Tiffanylil_pixiedevil on October 4th, 2010 05:38 pm (UTC)
Heehee, great start! I look forward to reading your updates :D
Sarahpapertea on October 4th, 2010 07:19 pm (UTC)
Thank you! :D Hopefully I can update again soon!
ღஐƸ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒஐღmiss_nyxie on October 4th, 2010 07:15 pm (UTC)
Well, I'm hooked. =-)

Do you mind if I friend you so I can keep up with this story?
Sarahpapertea on October 4th, 2010 07:20 pm (UTC)
Yay! And of course you can friend the community! :)
ღஐƸ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒஐღmiss_nyxie on October 4th, 2010 07:23 pm (UTC)
Excellent. Looking forward to the next update!
Shazishaz_a_fraz on October 4th, 2010 11:25 pm (UTC)
This was really great! I can't wait to read more of it. The storylines sound so interesting! ^^
Sarahpapertea on October 5th, 2010 06:36 am (UTC)
Thank you! :D
Laura: 30 rock :: one minute dance partyrwasundi on October 5th, 2010 03:26 am (UTC)
"Nina was happy with Blake, but couldn't help feeling like Tyler would always have intense feelings for her." <-- made me LOL. gotta love how you just nonchalantly threw in ~intense feelings~ :P

How sad is it that I'm sitting here reading and I'm loving Nina's style (her glasses!) and then I wish I was a Sim because clearly they dress better than I do. But that's besides the point. I think my favourite right now is December just because she's bad, but only because her brother makes her that way. Plus I like her hair and her name and her owl shirt.

The pillow fight picture of Leif and and Nina made me LOL. And I find it awesome that the bad guy looks like a bad guy. He's all smirky with greasy hair, but with such pretty eyes :P

Random fact for you... in my vampire story I wrote, one of my characters names is Harlow! So when I saw that I thought ~brain twins!~

I loved this! I'm so excited that you started up again and I can't wait for more! :D
Sarahpapertea on October 5th, 2010 06:39 am (UTC)
lol wherever I can, I WILL! >:D

Funny story: I was reading through old Intense Feelings at my journal the other day so I could see the comments, and in the past you've been like "OMG I WANT TO BE A SIM FOR [hair, clothes]". And you say I'm obsessed! Pft pft ;)

Sims are naturally hilarious! You need to start playing. I will slowly convert everyone I know. Mua haha. And Devlin! Augh, tragic evil boy; BE STILL MY HEART!

Aw yay! Was your Harlow as spunky and wackadoodle as mine? She's going to be the wild card of this bunch :P lol

Yay!! I'm really excited too. Except my computer is so old and sloowww. I need a new one!! :(
Sarah: you're fabulouswere_33 on October 5th, 2010 03:51 pm (UTC)
YAY new episode :D I have no idea where to begin. I love it...as always!! So funny. Pillow fight=AWESOME lol.

Love the new layout. Looking forward to the next episode. :D
Sarahpapertea on October 5th, 2010 07:16 pm (UTC)
I'm glad you liked it! :D Hehe, yeah, when Sims play, it's hilarious!

Thank you! Hopefully soon :)
beksi_cola: WC - Elizabeth lolbeksi_cola on October 5th, 2010 09:32 pm (UTC)
I don't know if I'm going to get this comment done all in one sitting but we'll see how it goes! I assume the music you're listening to is the theme for the episode so I'm playing it in the background...look at me being all hardcore!

- It's very exciting to see The Horse and Carriage in "real life" instead of just my brain...now when I read Bitter Girls I will be imagining this place!

- Ooh twins! I don't know why but twins are always exciting to me...

- Oooh intrigue. You always know something exciting is going to happen when girls go to the bathroom in groups...it's just a fact

- Oh come on...nobody is ever "just friends" (at least not in the fictional worlds of tv/movies/books/sim soaps :P)

- Aaaaw...poor Tyler...I temporarily like him better than his brother simply because I feel sorry for him (although I don't really know anything about Blake at all...lol)

- lol...intense feelings...smooth!

- Whoa...Blake looks all kinds of evil there...I think I was right!

- lol!! I love the pillow smacking picture of Leif...actually that picture makes me think of you and David...

- caustic eh? Good vocabulary use!

- She does not hate him...she is in love with him...that or he somehow brought about the untimely death of one of her closest friends... This is also something I learned from tv/movies/books/sim soaps ;)

- Wow...it's a little ridiculous how excited I was when Frankie showed up...lol

- Oooh I really like the name December

- Ah family rivalry...what's a good intense feelings without it?

- LOL at their dad's stance in the 3rd pic!

-Okay so their dad is just evil incarnate...

- LOL! Are you such a jerk because your mother is dead? Really??

- Aaaaw...Now I feel bad for Devlin...and now he looks evil again...why do you do this to me??

- wait shouldn't he have consulted her before he put his plan in action? That is just bad planning!

- Ugh...I hate the jealous-ness. Tyler > Blake so far!

- lol...I feel like Leif is asking Blake to dance...it entertains me

- Wow that's a dangerous question since her and Devlin haven't exactly been hiding...he could have seen him 2 seconds ago...

- lol...weirdest conversation ever..."Oh look an old arch rival I haven't seen since we were children, I think I'll go say hello!" who would buy that? Of course it would be super super awkward.Nice seeing you? ...lol!

- lol!! What is falling into place? I predict he wants December and Leif to fall in love and then...I don't know...he'll make her break his heart? Why doesn't he just break the other two up and start dating Nina...it seems that would be equally as effective...I guess I'll have to wait and see!
Sarahpapertea on October 5th, 2010 11:15 pm (UTC)

Actually, that is one of my ~tracklisting~ songs from the soundtrack I'm making, but I didn't really plan it for this episode. Although I guess it kind of works... But in the future I will put the theme song for the episode there! Well not the "theme song", but the... well you know what I mean.

I'm so pleased with how it turned out! It looks pretty much exactly how I had pictured, although as I was building it I sort of realised that my brain doesn't think with very accurate structural sense :P lol.

I'M SO EXCITED FOR THIS SEASON! The whole Devlin storyline is why I was making sad noises at your house while trying to upload the pictures lol. Maybe Devlin will wind up being the McDreamy to my Shonda Rhimes? WHO KNOWS! All I know is my heart bleeds for him!

I'm trying to be as ~wordy~ as a Harlequin novelist. Did you appreciate the amount of times people demanded things? Had Flynn on the brain! ;)

Hopefully I'll be able to update again soon! :D
Hannah: Audreyhannahbanana50 on October 7th, 2010 03:36 pm (UTC)
I'm really super depressed right now and this helped me forget about everything for the little while it took me to read it. Such a good job with this one.
Sarahpapertea on October 7th, 2010 04:21 pm (UTC)
I don't want to say "Oh I'm sure you did fine!" just in case, but if I had known/remembered when your test was I would've been keeping my fingers crossed for you! At any rate, I'm glad you liked it and it made you a bit happier :) Don't get too depressed until you know your score! Then text me when you do xo!
Jellyjellyandjam on October 8th, 2010 10:27 pm (UTC)
I just read it and I have to say that I loved it!! :) Lol ...it made me want to play my Sims game again so I'll probably go do that now :P
Sarahpapertea on October 8th, 2010 10:42 pm (UTC)
Thanks Jen!! Hopefully I'll have another update soon! And you should start a new legacy. Please :3
And I'm never gonna tell you why: seth is an icondolly_riot on October 24th, 2010 02:40 pm (UTC)
that was awesome!!!
Sarahpapertea on October 31st, 2010 05:08 pm (UTC)
Sorry for the way-late comment, but thank you! :D
Sarahpapertea on October 11th, 2011 03:33 pm (UTC)
Re: protip
Thank you, but you do realise this is a spoof of badly written romance novels?
gayphergaypher on October 11th, 2011 09:20 pm (UTC)
Re: protip
I didn't. Excuse the smarm.
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