Waterfall (Starsky & Hutch story)

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Title: Waterfall
Author(s): Charlotte Frost
Date(s): 1990s
Genre: slash
Fandom: Starsky & Hutch
External Links: online here

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Waterfall is a slash Starsky & Hutch story by Charlotte Frost.

It was published in Playfellows #6 and later online.

The Author Comments

Suicide is a natural subject for me, and I always include at least one story with that theme in any fandom I’m in.

Still, I remember this more for the scene on the beach of Starsky watching Hutch, and the “crying” scene.

I don’t remember much else. [1]

Reactions and Reviews

So, you know how sometimes Hutch's dad can be a real cold-hearted SOB? This is one of those times...

A case about teenage suicide hits closer to home than Starsky thought. The one instant in Hutch's life made a tremendous impact, yet he lived his life thinking that everything was the same. It wasn't the same, he was stronger because of it. Hutch didn't turn his back on love and being loved, even though he knew little about the concept. And of course, with Starsky around, love can remain a constant and life is never dull.

"Hutch, if it were scientifically possible for two guys to have a kid, do you think you and I should have one?"

His partner is insane, but that's the beauty of life. To have someone special to share your life's existence with, that's worth everything. All the roads led to this moment. [2]


  1. ^ by Charlotte Frost from Starsky and Hutch -- Stories I Have Known, accessed December 14, 2012; WebCite
  2. ^ a 2004 comment at Crack Van