It's Always Toughest
|Title:||It's Always Toughest|
|Fandom:||Starsky & Hutch|
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It was published in Three-Eleven #2.
This story was discussed in a long essay in Tell Me Something I Don't Know! #11 about death stories which used many stories as examples of the emotions they create: Whom Death Could Not Part, Nighthorse, Delivered to Thee, It's Always Toughest, Invictus, Mojave Crossing, and Goliath.
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There is something extremely poignant and bittersweet about the idea of Starsky being in a state of "non-death" and seeing Hutch in visions, that is too painful for words! it's difficult for me to read. Another example of this would be [Billie Phillips's] It's Always Toughest where we find out that Starsky has been dead for SO years and Hutch is an embittered old man! It does have a "happy" ending of sorts when Hutch finally meets his own Demise and meets Starsky on 'the-other- side'! 
- from Tell Me Something I Don't Know! #11