The Harry Situation

The Harry Situation

Author's note: SO! This is just an off the wall story that has been rattling around in my head for a while now. It's not a Campers! story. It's just a story. A crossover (kind of) with the Harry Potter books. You don't have to have read the books or seen any of the movies to know what's going on, though. We'll see where it takes us… I might not complete it if it comes out sounding too odd…

Disclaimer: I don't own SG-1 or any Stargate stuff, and I don't own Harry Potter or any stuff from there, either, I just wanted to assure you all I'm not JK Rowling.

That said; here we go! And I am going to ask for reviews on this, because… well… I need to see if it's going to even get off the ground.



Colonel Jack O'Neill turned at the sound of his name, and saw Daniel Jackson trotting down the hall towards him. Sighing, because he was pretty sure that whatever it was Daniel wanted, it wasn't going to be something Jack wanted to do, he stopped, and waited for him to catch up.

"What is it, Daniel? I'm kind of in a hurry."

He wasn't really in a hurry. He just wanted an out in case he was right and Daniel wanted him to do something he didn't want to do.

"Have you seen Teal'c?"

"Yeah. He's the big, black guy. Bald head, gold seal thing on his forehead."

Daniel stared at him for a minute.

"I mean, recently."

Thinking back, Jack shrugged.

"Yesterday. He was talking to Carter."

"And you haven't seen him since?"

"No. Why?"

"Because I can't find him."

"Well, go ask Carter what she did to him."

"She's not here. She checked out to go run some errands."

Jack sighed.

"Did you check his rooms?"


"The commissary?"


"Daniel, just go find him. Why are you asking me?"

"I was hoping you might know if he was going to go somewhere or something."

"Has he checked out of the base?"


"Then he's got to be somewhere. It's not like there's much that can hurt him here. Go find him. I've got to get to… my… appointment."

"What appointment?"

"The thing I'm doing."

"What thing?"

Jack scowled.

"The thing."

He turned and left, before Daniel could ask him more questions.

Daniel watched him go, and then sighed, and headed towards the infirmary. It was one of the few places he hadn't checked.


An hour later, there was a knock on Jack's office door, and he looked up from the paperwork he wasn't doing.


The door opened, and Daniel stuck his head into the office, looking around.

Jack scowled.

"I'm not hiding him under my desk, Daniel."



"Oh. Yeah. I mean, no. Of course, you're not. I found him."

"Yeah? Where was he?"

Jack had a feeling he really didn't want to know, but he had to ask.

"In the base library."

That wasn't all that uncommon. Teal'c was frequently in the base library, trying to read up on the people he found himself allied with.

"Good. Mystery solved, then."

Daniel's expression was telling Jack otherwise, however, and he frowned.

"What? Why are you looking like that?"

"We have a problem."

"What problem?"

"Teal'c wants us to take a trip with him."

"To Chulak?"


"To some obscure planet I've never heard of?"


"The mall?"




Jack scowled, tired of playing the guessing game.

"Where, then?"


"London? What on Earth does he want to go to London for?"

Daniel hesitated.

"He wants us to take him to some place called Diagon Alley."

"What? Where's that?"

Daniel shrugged.

"Apparently it's in London."

"Have you been there?"


"Has Teal'c?"

"No. He says he read about it."

"I'm not going to London, Daniel. It's noisy there, and filled with British people."

"That's not the worst of it, Jack," Daniel said. "Ask me why Teal'c wants to go there."

"What? Why?"

"He says it's the only place to buy a magic wand."