Disclaimer: These fics are based on real episodes from Supernatural. The characters and plots belong to the creator and writers for the show. If you want background on the OCs you can read the previous episodes.

Changing Channels

"Rock, paper, scissors, shoot."

"Damn." Sam grumbled. He couldn't believe he'd actually fell for it; of course she'd throw paper. She'd watched him counter Dean's scissors a hundred times.

She grinned. "Because you always throw paper."

"Whatever. Have fun."

"I love you Sam…" She cooed endearingly.

He couldn't stop the smile before it appeared and he didn't have to look to see if Dean was watching them; he knew he was.

But Dean was smiling too. Kayla didn't guard her affection about Sam anymore and it was great, because her affection had changed. She had subconsciously moved him into a big brother position. Sam may be a psychological train wreck, but Kayla seemed to go for that and embrace it with open arms. Dean was just glad to have the anxiety lifted. He patted his brother on the shoulder on his way out.

"Enjoy that computer Princess."

In Wellington, Ohio a local man was chased through the woods, into his house and up the stairs to his bedroom where he was mauled to death. The authorities said bear; that was one pissed off bear. Dean managed to get them an interview with the victim's wife.

Kayla offered an outstretched hand with a grim expression. "Mrs. Randolph, we're so sorry for your loss."

"Thank you." She lightly shook her hand and put on a neutral face. The police had already asked her every question imaginable.

"We want to do everything we can to find out what happened to your husband. Can you tell us what you saw?"

"You didn't talk with the sheriff?"

"We did." Dean smiled. "I'd just like to hear it from you. What attacked your husband?"

Her eyes darted a moment, unsure of herself and her answer. "It was a bear. It had to be, I mean, what else could it have been?"

"What did you think it was?" He encouraged.

She paused. "No, I remember clearly now. It was definitely a bear."

"I know." Kayla nodded. "But first impressions are very important for us, to put together the crime scene. Could you tell us what you thought it was, before you realized it was a bear?"

She sighed quietly and looked a little embarrassed. "Well, it's impossible, but I, I could have sworn I saw the Incredible Hulk."

"Banner or Norton?" Dean followed up.

"Oh no, those movies were terrible. The TV Hulk."

"Lou Forrigno."

"Yes."

"Spiky hair Lou Forrigno."

"Yes."

"Epic." Kayla muttered.

Dean smirked but kept his line of questioning. "Would there be any reason that Lou Forrigno, or the Incredible Hulk, would have a grudge against your husband?" It wasn't the strangest thing he'd had to ask.

She looked confused. "No…"

"Of course not." Kayla said. "Mrs. Randolph, thank you so much for your time."

They excused themselves and headed for the car.

"The Incredible Hulk."

"I hope not." Kayla laughed.

"Why?" He grinned. "You don't like him when he's angry?"

"You sure you don't like CSI? That sounded a lot like an end scene line."

He scoffed. "You know I hate that crap."