The Bebop Players Present: Faye

With:

Faye Valentine as Faye Fairchild

Spike Spiegel as Spike Lariby

Vicious as Vicious Lariby

Jet as Faye's Uncle Jet Fairchild

Ein as Ein the dog

Ed as Elisabeth

Annie as Annie Lariby

Mau Yenri as Mau Lariby

Disclaimer: I do not own Bebop or the movie Sabrina with Audrey Hepburn and Humphrey Bogart

I hope you enjoy this story I absolutely adore the movie and when I remembered the picture with Faye Valentine as Audrey Hepburn and it all clicked. This story may seem a little odd but it was made back in the 1950's so I do hope you will understand that the Characters are going to be extremely OOC Thank you! Love ya all!

P.S. If you want you can suggest movies for me to do once this is over if anything comes to mind ^_~

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Prologue: Once upon a time.

Once upon a time on the north shore of Long island some 30 miles from New York. There lived a small girl on a large estate, the estate was very large indeed and had many servants.

There were gardeners to take care of the gardens and a tree surgeon on a retainer. There was a boatman to take care of the boats, to put them in the water in the spring and scrape their bottoms in the winter.

There were specialists to take care of the grounds, the outdoor tennis court and the indoor tennis court. The outdoor swimming pool and the indoor swimming pool, and there was a man of no particular title who took care of a small pool in the garden for a goldfish named George.

Also on the estate there was a chauffeur by the name of Jet Fairchild who had been imported from England years ago, together with a new Rolls Royce. Jet was a fine chauffeur of considerable polish like the eight cars in his care and he had a niece by the name of Faye.

It was the eve of the annual six-meter yacht races and has it been traditional on Long Island for the past 30 years. The Lariby's were giving a party it never rained on the night of the Lariby party. The Laribys wouldn't have stood for it. There were four Lariby's in all, Father, Mother, and two sons. Annie and Mau Lariby were married in 1906 and among their many wedding presents was a townhouse in New York and this estate for weekends the Townhouse has since been converted into Sax Fifth Avenue.

Spike Lariby the elder son graduated from Yale, were his classmate's voted him the man most likely to leave his alma mater Fifty million dollars.

His brother Vicious went through several of the best eastern collages for short periods of time and through several marriages for even shorter periods of time. He is now a successful six gold polo player and is listed on Spike's tax return as a Six hundred-dollar deduction.

Life was pleasant among the Lariby's for this was as close to heaven as one could get on Long Island.