"All Creatures Great and Small"
"Babes in Smallville"
"The Ballad of Trish and Henry"
"Bobby and Hank say 'Farewell, New York' and Other Things"
"Bobby and the Beast"
"Bobby's Casserole"
"Bobby vs. Pat Sajak"
"A Certain Face"
"Confounded Computer!"
"A Day at the Races"
"A Day in the Life"
"Dispensing the Shopping"
"The Early X-Men in Studio 54"
"First, Do No Harm"
"For Remembrance"
"From the Dais with the Closed Coffin"
"The Good of the Many"
"Gunslinger Dreams"
"Heard No More"
"A Homely Touch"
"I Do Not Love Thee, Mr. Twinkie"
"The Lecture"
"Longest Night"
"Love Is Just Another 4-Letter Word"
"Magic Breakfast"
"Making the Call"
"Midnight Twinkie Run"
"Miss April's Stars & Garters"
"The Morning Paper"
"Neon Hearts"
"The No Story"
"Not a Creature Was Stirring"
"The Oath"
"Personal Delivery"
"Point Blank"
"The Power-Whup Girls"
"The Price of Coffee"
"Pygmalion's Silence"
"Rumble in Kitchen Stadium"
"The Shadow Inside"
"The Shi'ar Coffee Story"
"Shoot Me"
"A Friend, Sleeping"
"A Small Addiction"
"Some Assembly Required"
"Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Someone Blue"
"Start Spreading the News"
"Such Sweet Sorrow"
"Tale of the Last Twinkie"
"Never Mess with a Furry Blue Genius"
"The TD2001"
"Tear Sheets"
"A Test of Power"
"Tripping into the Light Fantastic"
"Twenty First Century Guy"
"When in Rome"
"When Tomorrow Comes"
"Written from Purgatory"
"The Wyoming Pie"
"X-Men #75"
"Yummy Yellow White Surprise"
"Zero Degree Celsius"

The X-men belong to Marvel.


Bobby winced. He had the hiccups for what was going on the better part of an hour. His side and chest muscles were at the point of hurting.


"Hey, sugah, what's up?" Rogue asked as she walked into the kitchen.

"Not much. Got an annoying case of the -- *HIC* -- hiccups."

"Ya poor thing. Did ya try drinking some water?"

"Of course. Didn't work."

"What didn't work?" Jean asked as she walked into the room.

"Bobby has the hiccups. He drank water and it didn't work"


"You poor thing. Did you try holding your breath?"

"Yes. Didn't work."

"How about drinking water while holding your nose?"


"Havent tried it."

"Here sugah," Rogue said shoving a glass of water under his nose.

Bobby took the glass in one hand and held his nose with the other. He drank for a minute or two until the glass was empty.

"Did it work?" Jean asked.

"I don't -- *Hic* -- no."

"Maybe if we scared ya," Rogue said with an evil gleam in her eye.

"But how can you scare me if I know it's coming?"


Rogue grabbed Bobby by the shirt and threw open the back door. She flew a few hundred feet up into the air and let go of him. He fell screaming toward the ground. He quickly got his wits about him, iced up and formed a sled to slide to the ground.

"Bobby, how can Ah scare ya if you stop yourself from falling?" Rogue said as she landed beside him.

"Instinct to save my hide took priority."


Bobby groaned. They all went back into the kitchen.

Jean produced an image of Emma Frost holding a whip and telling Bobby she wanted to play with him in Bobby's mind.

"Ugh! Jean, no! *Hic*"

"Just thought that would scare you."

"It did. Just not -- *Hic* -- enough to get rid of these."

"How bout ya stand on ya head and drink water?"

"*Hic* I don't know, Rogue."

Rogue didn't give Bobby any time to think longer about it. She grabbed him by the ankles and held him upside down. Jean held a glass to his mouth as he started to drink.

Beast entered the kitchen at that point.

"Oh my stars and garters! What are you two doing to Bobby?"

"Were tryin ta get rid of his hiccups."

"Oh my."

"I dont think -- *Hic* -- this is working."

Rogue set Bobby down on the ground and he got back on his feet. Hank went to the fridge and began to pull a few items out. He then went to the cabinets and searched around until he found the few items he was looking for.

"Ill fix you something that should take away those persistent hiccups," Hank said as he began to mix some of the items together in a glass. Rogue and Jean watched him pour some cola, OJ, vinegar, water and lemon juice in the glass.


"Eww -- that looks like it will taste disgusting," Rogue said making a face.

"Most medicines arent supposed to taste good," Hank said with a wide grin.


Bobby watched in horror as Hank mixed the ingredients. Hank handed him the glass with the foul concoction in it. Bobby took the glass and peered into it. He looked at Hank.

"This will -- *Hic* -- work?"

"Just drink it, Popscicle."

Bobby took a gulp and began to drink the mixture. Jean and Rogue watched and made faces as Bobby drank the liquid.

"I think it -- *Hic* -- nevermind, it didn't work."

"It wasn't supposed to. I just wanted to see if you would drink it," Hank said as he began to howl with laughter.

Bobby formed a few snowballs and chucked them at Hank.

"That was for putting the blonde hair dye in my shampoo," Hank was barely able to get out between the howls of laughter and trying to avoid the snowballs.

"Hank!" Jean and Rogue both exclaimed.

"And that is my cue to leave. Parting is such sweet sorrow," he said as he got pelted in the face with a snowball.

"This means -- *Hic* -- war, McCoy!" Bobby yelled after Hank as he left the kitchen. "Now what?" he asked turning back to Jean and Rogue.

"I dont know. Rogue you have any more ideas?"

"One," she said grabbing the jar of peanut butter from the cabinet. Rogue grabbed a spoon and handed the jar and spoon to Bobby. "Start eatin, sugah."


Bobby grabbed the jar and spoon from Rogue and began to eat a few spoonfuls of peanut butter. After a three spoonfuls he stopped. Nothing happened.


"I think so. Thanks Rogue and you too Jean," Bobby said handing the jar back to Rogue and throwing the spoon in the sink. "Now its time to go get even with Blue-boy."

Rogue and Jean just laughed as they watched Bobby leave the kitchen.