Yes, I know I'm starting another story. I shouldn't have, seeing as I have a lot that haven't been posted, but I couldn't resist. After all, who doesn't like a good crossover? Anyway, I'm Em Phantom, and this is the third fic I'm deciding to post. It's a Totally Spies/Danny Phantom crossover.
Summary: Sam Manson's parents send her to Beverly Hills to stay with her cousin Mandy at the same time Danny's parents send him to said city to stay with his cousin Sam. Will Sam and Danny be able to keep Danny's secret from WOOHP's top agents, Sam, Clover, and Alex, especially if he's staying with one of them? And will the spies be able to hide their own secret? Also, enjoy girls trying to flirt with Danny! And Sam beating them to a bloody pulp! (Not literally,but she would.)
Disclaimer: I do not own Danny Phantom or Totally Spies. If I did, I would be rich.
Sam Manson sat in her living room reading a gothic poetry book. She pushed back her mid-back black hair as it was hanging in her face. Her violet colored eyes looked intensely at the pages. She had changed a lot in the past few years, and was now a senior. She now wore a black boat neck t-shirt with a violet diamond in the center, violet fishnet gloves, black jeans, and black combat boots.
"Sammykins!" called Mrs. Pamela Manson. "I need to talk to you!"
"Mom, my name is Sam!" grumbled Sam as her mother entered the room.
"Fine dear," sighed Pam. "Sam, your father and I have discussed this, and we want you to stay with your cousin for a while."
"I have a cousin?" asked Sam, shutting her book. "Which side and where?"
"You're father's brother's daughter, in Beverly Hills," said Pamela. "We haven't decided how long you'll be staying with your cousin Mandy, but it's not just for a week."
"You mean I'm going out of state?" demanded Sam, crossing her arms. "When am I leaving?"
"The private jet leaves tomorrow morning at ten, and you should be there around two," said Pam.
"Fine," sighed Sam. "I'll be back in an hour."
She got up and walked to the door. "You better not be going to see that Fenton boy," chastised Pamela.
"'That Fenton boy' just happens to be my best friend," said Sam, as she left the house and rode her scooter to the Fenton household, where Tucker and Danny were sure to be playing video games.
Without bothering to knock, she opened the door and walked in, leaving her scooter in the street. She walked to the living room where she saw both boys raging against the machine. They had changed a lot in the last few years too.
Danny's hair was as messy as ever, but his eyes were sharper. He now wore a navy colored button down long-sleeved shirt, black jeans, and black sneakers. He always wore a black backpack containing Fenton weapons.
Tucker would have been the one who changed the most. He now wore a yellow button down long-sleeved shirt, green cargo pants like his old ones, and brown combat boots. He no longer wore glasses, and his hair was longer than before. It reached the base of his neck. He had also disregarded his trademark beret.
"Hey boys, how's the game going?" asked Sam as she walked up behind them.
"Same as usual," said Tucker as he put it on pause. "I thought you were going to spend the night reading poetry."
"I was, but my mom just told me that she and dad are sending me to live with my cousin for a while," sighed Sam.
"Do you know how long?" asked Danny.
"No clue, but longer than a week," said Sam.
"I just hope your cousin isn't some popular girl," said Tucker.
"I won't know till tomorrow, will I?" asked Sam.
"I would ask Jazz to give you advice, but she's kinda at college right now," said Danny. "We'll miss you."
"I'll miss you guys too. Let me know how the ghost fighting goes," smiled Sam. "I've got to go pack. Bye guys." They hugged goodbye, and then Sam left.
"I wonder where she's going," pondered Tucker.
"I haven't the faintest idea," sighed Danny.
"Danny, my sister just called me!" said Maddie as she entered the room. "Not the one from the reunion thing, but the one in Beverly Hills!"
"What about it?" asked Danny.
"Well, I told her how your grades keep getting worse and worse," said Maddie as Danny scowled, "and she had the brightest idea! Her daughter Sam is just as smart as Jazz was at your age, if not smarter. So we decided your going to live with them in Beverly Hills until you can pull your grades up."
"What?!" exclaimed Danny. "But—!"
"No buts Danny!" said Maddie. "Whether you like it or not, you're going to Beverly Hills. We even got you plane tickets for tomorrow at ten. You'll be there around two."
"Fine mom," sighed Danny, as the two boys went upstairs to Danny's room.
"So dude, what are we gonna do about the ghosts?" asked Tucker as Danny began packing enough clothing to last at least a month.
"You're going to have to go talk to Valerie," said Danny. In junior year, Danny had revealed himself to Valerie when Danielle returned once again because she got the Ghostly Wail and wanted Danny's help in mastering it. Vlad had gone after the girl, and Val had gone after Vlad. She revealed to Danny that she knew about Vlad, and after the fight, after the villain fled, Danny revealed himself for her. The two had a permanent truce, and teamed up, splitting up the nights they hunted ghosts to make things even.
"I think I can handle that," said Tucker with a smile. Also during junior year, after Danny revealed himself to Valerie, Val and Tucker had started dating.
After about an hour, Danny had packed all of his clothing and necessities he would probably need. He also packed his laptop, which now had a map of the ghost zone to rival the Infimap. Actually, that was how the map was made.
"Dude, are you gonna bring any ghost hunting equipment?" asked Tucker.
"Of course I am," said Danny. "Just because I won't be in Amity Park doesn't mean ghosts won't go after me."
"You're probably right there," said Tucker, as he helped Danny gather all of the Fenton inventions in the room. They shoved them in the duffle bag, and Danny zipped it up.
"Tuck, you should probably go," said Danny. "I'll call you sometime this week."
"And I'll let you know if anything big happens," said Tucker. "Bye dude."
"Bye," said Danny, as his friend left the room and he went to bed. He had missed out on a lot of sleep the night before due to Skulktech. Skulker and Technus had joined only the year before, making the now annoying hunter even harder to beat. Therefore, it had taken the majority of the night just to wear him down. Fortunately, Tucker could still hack into his system. That's the only way they could defeat him now.
Danny enjoyed his sleep, forgetting about the defenseless town for the evening.
A/N:Let me know what you think! i'm still fairly new at this, so I don't mind only a little bit of reviews, though I hope this does better than my Danny Phantom/Harry Potter crossover that has over a thousand hits but only thirty four reviews. I accept anonymous reviewers, so don't be shy if you don't have a pen name. Until next time!