A/N: Yes, despite this appearing to be a series of songfics, (which it is,) I somehow managed to give it a plot.

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Disclaimer: I do not own either the Teen Titans, or Best Damn Thing. First belongs to DC Comics, the second to Avril Lavigne.

"The Best Damn Thing," by Avril Lavigne.

The fastest boy alive lay stretched out on a table, enjoying a rerun of some show that had been popular in the 80's, had fallen out of fashion since, and was recently attempting a revival. Not very effectively, he noted, yawning loudly.

His communicator buzzed loudly, cutting threw the noise of the actors speaking in fake southern accents. He flipped it open, and a large grin spread across his masked face.

"Jinx!" he yelled, his voice echoing through the small apartment that the couple shared.

"What?" demanded the pink haired sorceress, emerging from the bedroom clutching a sketchbook.

"Killer Moth got spotted in town," her boyfriend informed her, a surprisingly realistic evil smile on his face, "If I head out now, I should not only beat the Titans to it," he glanced at the clock, "But I could pick out real Thai food."

"From Thailand?" Jinx said, raising an eyebrow.

"Of course!" he claimed, but she had reason to be suspicious: the last time he had promise 'real' food, he had returned with a box of egg rolls from China Town, San Francisco.

She shook her head in a dramatic fashion, acting exasperated, but Kid Flash could tell that she was amused despite herself.

"You want to come?" he offered cheerfully, hoping she would accept.

"Nah, you go ahead," she said, turning around, "I've got things to do." The red-haired boy just grinned- he knew that look. She couldn't wait to get back to her drawing. "Have fun," she added before closing the door.

"Will do," he promised cheekily before zooming out the door.

He dashed down the six flights of steps rapidly, humming under his breath. In less than a minute, he was out the door, across the street, and going north in order to beat the Titans to Killer Moth's latest location for revealing his schemes: Main Street.

After the Brotherhood of Evil, the whole Titans network had been scattered all over the globe. Kid Flash and Jinx, for reasons never quite specifically stated, (but everyone knew, or at least thought they knew why,) had been selected to remain in Jump City, much to Jinx's annoyance and Kid Flash's, well, uncaring-ness.

But it wasn't like staying in Jump didn't have its perks, Kid Flash had often reminded Jinx, it was near the ocean, she knew it incredibly well, it was nice and familiar… and then there was the added perk of keeping the Titans company when it came to villains and their latest evil scheme.

The superhero and ex-villainess had been, much to the annoyance of the local team, continually beating them to the scene of the crime, and if not completely defeating the threat, had at least done some damage. They were doing it so well, in fact, that Kid Flash had heard when he had happened to be listening in, that the team was talking about moving them to another city. That would sure be interesting, mused the fastest boy alive as he dashed down a side alley so he wouldn't cause (another) car-crash.

Finally, (it had probably been less than a minute, knowing him...) he arrived at the scene of the crime. The place in question was a jewelry store, where the giant, overgrown moth was holding the sales-people at gunpoint. Kid Flash zoomed in quickly, knocked the gun out of his hand, and when he finally stopped moving, he had perched himself on top of the glass counter in order to banter properly.

"You know-oof," Kid Flash began, before he found himself shoved to the ground, with an incredibly pointy high-heel stuck into his back.

"Daddy!" a high, slightly off-pitch voice screamed, as Kid Flash prepared to get up. "Where is it, Daddy? You said you were ready!"

Even the fastest boy alive wasn't ready for what happened next. First of all, he felt a sadly familiar pain hit him- a level four containment field. Last time he had been in one of those… he found himself grinning despite his situation: last time had been when Jinx had caught him. That one had actually turned out pretty well. Next, he was forced onto his knees, and found himself looking down, not a barrel of a gun, but at the lens of a freaking camera!

"Is it on?" demanded the blond source of the high voice.

"Yes, Kitten," said Killer Moth in a bored tone.

"Good," she said, kneeling beside him.

"Hello, Fangy-poo," the girl-Kitten, apparently, cooed angrily at the camera, "Well, since you can't appreciate me, I've decided to find someone who can!" she pointed dramatically at Kid Flash, "And here he is," dramatically, she knelt down beside him, and threw her hands around his neck, choking him. "Hello, Flashy-poo,"

"Can't-breath…" he gasped. Her hugs were way up there with Starfire's when it came to amount of pain that they could produce. Unfortunately, she didn't release him. But she did do something so horrible that he quickly forgot about his pain. She began to slobber all over his cheek. It took him exactly ten seconds for him to realize that she wasn't slobbering, (at least, on purpose,) she was kissing his cheek.

"What the-" Robin's voice rang through the jewelry store. Kid Flash managed to turn his head enough to spot all five Titans standing there in heroic poses, staring at him, their faces revealing varying levels of amusement.

Help me, he mouthed, but they ignored him.

"Titans, Go!" the Boy Wonder declared, charging at Killer Moth. The others followed suit, focusing on, much to Kid Flash's fury, Killer Moth. Kitten appeared to be oblivious to the whole fight that was unfolding before her, only pausing once to pick up the dropped camera, setting it on the counter before resuming her attack on his face.

Kid Flash forced himself to focus on the Titans' fight, watching Beast Boy and Raven team up briefly, before Raven took pity on him. The empathy raised her hand, which was glowing with her ebony-colored energy, and pointed at the Level Four Containment field which Kitten had placed out of his reach, by her knee. The torture device, (as Kid Flash privately thought of it,) turned black, and then shattered.

Next thing Kitten knew, she had been tied up with a long length of rope that had come from who-knows-where, and dumped in a trashcan, in prison. She let a scream of fury. She had serious problems with her boyfriends.

After Kid Flash returned, internally planning a long, and highly embarrassing revenge for Robin, he thanked Raven, glared at the others, and then dashed back home. Half-way there, he remembered his promise of Thai food, so he dashed off in the general direction of west, returning with a bag of Pad Thai under his arm.

He knocked, (out of politeness of course,) and the door swung open, revealing Jinx with a frown on her face, and a newspaper in her hands. She held out the paper, revealing Kid Flash flirting with some sort of celebrity.

"Oh, yeah…" Kid Flash said, ashamed. He glanced at his feet, holding out the bag of Thai food in front of him like an abashed toddler, "You know, I just…I was just, well, being me."

Jinx lowered the paper with a sigh, "I know, I know… doesn't mean that I have to like it though," she informed him with a slight glare.

"I brought Thai," he offered, holding up the bag, causing a slight smile to appear on the bad-luck sorceress' face.

"Where'd you get it?" she asked, accepting the bag with caution.

"A lovely little place in Bangkok," he said cheerfully, "I should take you there sometime." He leaned in to kiss her.

Her hand slammed into his chest. He moved back, blinking, feeling very confused. She turned his head to the side. "Is that… lipstick?"

"Probably yours," the fastest boy alive replied, raising his hand to wipe it off. Then he realized two things: One, Jinx didn't wear lipstick. Two, that was the cheek that Kitten had been 'kissing' only a little while ago.

Jinx had realized the first, but she didn't know about the second, obviously. She was positively fuming now. Her mildly angry glare from before was nothing compared to the death-threat that was gazing out of her eyes now.

"Get. Out." She said flatly, her voice dangerous.

"Jinx, I-" the door slammed in his face, cutting him off. He heard the shatter of something made of glass being thrown at the wall, the strange screech of a cat, (which was weird, since they didn't have a cat,) and the slamming of the door to their room. Kid Flash carefully buzzed through the door, walking up to their bedroom. He held out a hand, a pulled it back with a yelp. Jinx had had Cyborg install a little machine in her door just for occasions like this, when they fought. The machine vibrated the door at exactly the same rate as Kid Flash, making it impossible for him to go through.
"Jinx," he tried to say, but at that exact moment, loud, impossible to hear over music began to burst from the stereo.

He groaned quietly, before walking slowly out of the apartment. It was a long walk to Titans Tower.


Three Weeks Later

"A concert?" Kid Flash asked Beast Boy, his face skeptical.

"Yeah! Look, Robin's always saying how we should be using our influence to help people raise money for things, right?"

"Right," Kid Flash said, nodding a little.

"So, we get a bunch of people to agree to sing for it, Cyborg pulls of some special effects, we rent a few interments, get Jericho to come down from Tibet to play on his guitar, have Robin advertise it, and boom!" he snapped his fingers, "Instant money-maker."

"I'm not sure if I should be amazed or terrified that you came up with this all by yourself." The fastest boy alive, who now was a temporary resident of Titans Tower, said.

"So, what do you think?"

"Sure, I'll come," Kid Flash sighed, before realizing a horrifying thought, "No, wait. Jinx will be there."

"No problem!" Beast Boy said, obviously not getting the source of the red-heads' discomfort, "I'll set you up with a date!"

"Beast Boy," Kid Flash said, a look of alarm on his face, but Beast Boy ran off, yelling Raven's name.

He groaned aloud. That was not going to be fun. His last blind date that had been set up by Beast Boy had not gone well. Jinx had turned up in the middle of it, and…it had not been pretty.


Yet another Three Weeks Later

Jinx sat backstage in the general dressing room, examining herself in a mirror. She nodded: satisfied, she was ready. Starfire stood behind her, wearing a purple, knee-length sleeveless dress that looked perfect on her, of course. Jinx, on the other hand, had refused to wear anything other than her normal outfit.

"You're on first, Jinx," Argent said, walking in with a clipboard that she had located somewhere, "Break a leg,"

Jinx stood up with a grin, and strode out confidently.


Kid Flash sat among the audience at the table that had been reserved for the Titans, a look of slight disgust on his face. Leaning on him was a brunette girl with light blue eyes, large lips that had been painted bright pink, and overly exaggerated eyebrows. On top of it all, she wore a hideously tacky neon pink low-cut dress that had been dunked in glitter. She was his blind date. Where did Beast Boy find them? Kid Flash wondered to himself. A while back, he might have considered this girl decent, if not attractive, but compared to Jinx, this girl was shallow, stupid, and ugly. Not to mention lazy.

The chatter that had filled the room originally began to stop as the lights dimmed, and Robin appeared on stage, which immediately sparked a large round of applause and a good deal of cheers. Kid Flash's 'date,' (what was her name, Cara? Carrie?) Was among them.

"Thank you all for coming tonight," the Boy Wonder said into the microphone. He had, under immense pressure from Starfire, exchanged his normally bright outfit for a black suit, which Starfire had declared to make him look, 'wondrously handsome,' much to the general amusement of the others. "Before we begin, I'd like to thank Beast Boy for coming up with the idea tonight, Cyborg for his amazing job with the special effects- as usual," he nodded to where the mechanical teen sat, near Kid Flash and Carolyn, (or was it Catherine?) "And of course, Jericho for coming all the way from Tibet in order to help us out with the music." Cheers broke out from the blond mute's every-growing fan base. "And of course, I would like to thank Bruce Wayne and Oliver Queen for their support for this event." There was a polite, scattering applause, which Robin paused for to allow, before finishing, "And now, without further more, let's begin!" Batman's former side-kick walked of stage, sparking yet another round of applause.
Kid Flash let out a sigh, and settled back into his chair. Almost immediately, the spotlight turned pink, smoke began to rise, and once there was enough of it, a figure began to rise from the ground.

"Let me hear you say hey, hey, hey," Jinx's voice, rang out over the crowd.

"Hey, hey, hey!" yelled some people, both in the audience, and back stage.
"Alright," she shouted, "Now let me hear you say hey, hey, ho!"

"Hey, hey, ho!" even more people yelled it back.

Jinx walked out of the smoke, wearing her normal outfit, and clutching a microphone in her hand. She continued the song, grinning broadly.

"I hate it when a guy doesn't get the door
Even though I told him yesterday and the day before
I hate it when a guy doesn't get the tab
And I have to pull my money out and that looks bad."

Here Jinx began to walk along the stage; the spotlights making her appear unusually pink.
"Where are the hopes, where are the dreams
My Cinderella story scene
When do you think they'll finally see…"

That was when Kid Flash noticed that she was looking directly at him, and, more importantly, the girl who was leaning on his shoulder. He saw a familiar flash of anger in her eyes, but she quickly suppressed it.
"That you're not not not gonna get any better
You won't won't won't you won't get rid of me never
Like it or not, even though she's a lot like me
We're not the same
And yeah yeah yeah I'm a lot to handle
You don't know trouble, I'm a hell of a scandal
Me, I'm a scene, I'm a drama queen
I'm the best damn thing that your eyes have ever seen."

So true, he thought, grinning. Jinx was almost as dramatic as they got. And she was a lot to handle. But he had always thought she was worth it.
The music began to play again, and Jinx preformed a perfect back flip while she waited to sing again.

"Alright, alright,
Yeah"

"I hate it when a guy doesn't understand
Why a certain time of month I don't wanna hold his hand
I hate it when they go out, and we stay in
And they come home smelling like their ex girlfriends," there he noted that she was glaring at him pointedly. He winced slightly, something that did not go past Cathy, (or was it Karol?)

"I found my hopes, I found my dreams
My Cinderella story scene
Now everybody's gonna see" Jinx spun around, facing the wall, turning back just in time to sing the chorus:

"That you're not not not gonna get any better
You won't won't won't you won't get rid of me never
Like it or not, even though she's a lot like me
We're not the same
And yeah yeah yeah I'm a lot to handle
You don't know trouble, I'm a hell of a scandal
Me, I'm a scene, I'm a drama queen
I'm the best damn thing that your eyes have ever seen."

"Give me an A (always give me what I want)
Give me a V (be very very good to me)
R (are you gonna treat me right)
I (I can put up a fight)
Give me an L (let me hear you scream loud)"

Kid Flash shook his head: that part made no sense.

"One, two, three, four!" Jinx shouted

"Where are the hopes, where are the dreams
My Cinderella story scene
When do you think they'll finally see…" a section of the stage began to rise out of the ground, taking Jinx with it as she sang the refrain for the last time.

"That you're not not not gonna get any better
You won't won't won't you won't get rid of me never
Like it or not, even though she's a lot like me
We're not the same
And yeah yeah yeah I'm a lot to handle
You don't know trouble, I'm a hell of a scandal
Me, I'm a scene, I'm a drama queen
I'm the best damn thing that your eyes have ever seen."

Man, she was, Kid Flash said, getting up.

"Where are you going?" hissed Candice, (that was her name,) he didn't respond, dashing backstage.

"Let me hear you say hey hey hey!" Jinx yelled again. This time, the whole crowd screamed it back.
"Alright
Now let me hear you say hey hey ho!" cheers began to break out along with the response.

"Hey hey hey
Hey hey hey
Hey hey hey"

She jumped down from the pillar she stood on, landing on her feet in front of the audience just in time to say the last line,

"I'm the best damn thing that your eyes have ever seen," she threw her hands up in the air in a sign of victory.

She took a few bows as the audience clapped and cheered, before heading off stage. She froze as she spotted the red-haired speedster standing off to the side, leaning against the wall.

"You were good," he said, grinning.

"Thanks," she said stiffly.

"Jinx, I-"

"I know," she admitted, looking at the ground. "About a week after the," she paused, and went on determined, "the thing, Starfire and Raven managed to track me down in order to tell me."

"Then why didn't you..."

She blushed, "I heard from Raven that you kept going out with all these girls, so I thought that you…"

Kid Flash laughed at that. "So she didn't tell you that they were all blind dates set up by her boyfriend?"

"They were?" Jinx said, incredulous, "That explains the…" she trailed off, thinking about all the things that that sentence explained.

"Sure does," the red-head agreed.

"So…" Jinx said, smiling, "You want to go watch the rest of the show?"

"Sure thing," Kid Flash said, smiling at his, once-again girlfriend.

The two of them slipped back into the crowd, as Robin walked out onto the stage again.

"Next up is Bumblebee!" he announced, much to the audiences pleasure.

Jinx and Kid Flash slipped into seats, before realizing that they had both forgotten about Candice.

"What is she doing here?" demanded the brunette, glaring at the pink-haired girl.

"She is a Titan. What are you doing here?" said Jinx, looking like she was about to hex that annoying girl to kingdom-come.

"I'm his girlfriend," announced Candice, pulling Kid Flash into a chocking embrace.

Jinx raised an eyebrow, and then sent a blast of pink energy, sending the girl flying off of Kid Flash, and giving her a bad hair day on top of it. She shrieked and ran off the bathrooms in an attempt to fix her ruined brown locks.

"Glad she's gone," commented Cyborg, "She was getting annoying."

Jinx and Kid Flash exchanged a grin, and settled back to watch the rest of what was turning out to be the strangest concert ever.


A/N: Hope that you enjoyed this, (I sure did,) and coming up next, the probably not-nearly as long chapter, featuring Bumblebee singing 'A Thousand Miles,' which will be put up whenever I have time.

On another note, I need a song for Starfire to sing, so if you have an idea, please tell me!

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