Disclaimer: This is complete and total FICTION. That means it never happened and is completely untrue. In fact, this is so far from the truth that it isn't even in the same country as the truth. I don't own anybody: Big Time Rush, the characters, and all referenced scenes belong to Nickelodeon, and I make no money off of this. I am not in any way implying said characters' sexual identities.

"James, come on." Kendall said. "Shaylynn is waiting for you so we can go to Logan and Carlos'."

"I'm coming." James finally came downstairs. "My, my, Shay, aren't you pretty in pink." The 5-yea-old giggle and said, "Come on daddy. Uncle Logan and Carlos are waiting."

"Ok. Let's go."

"Carlos!" Logan yelled. "Will you get the door? I'm just finishing getting Hayden dressed."

"Yeah." Carlos answered the door to find James, Kendall, and Shaylynn. "Hey guys. Come on in. Logan and Hayden will be right down."

Logan and Hayden came downstairs moments later, Hayden dressed up as Luke Skywalker. "Ready?" Logan asked.

"Yeah!" the kids said. The adults laughed and they went out trick-or-treating.

*12 years later*

"Daddy? Hayden asked me if I wanted to go with him to SaraJane's Halloween party." Shaylynn told Kendall. "Can I?"

"Sure, honey. You know the rules. No drinking. You're both 17. Make sure you have your phone on at all time."

"Kendall, I think she knows." James said, placing his hand on Kendall's shoulder. "Have a good time."

"Thanks. Bye!"


"Hey. Let's go to Carlos and Logan's." Kendall said.

"Yeah. Sounds good."

They sat around, reminiscing about all the stuff they used to do when Hayden and Shaylynn walked in, hand in hand.

"Um, Kendall and James, is it alright if Shaylynn and I date?"

"Sure. You two have grown up together. You know our rules, Shay, and Hayden knows them too." James said.

"Thank you." They headed upstaits to Hayden's room (leaving the door open of course), and the four of them looked at one another.

"Well, guess we won't be getting rid of each other anytime soon, not that we wanted to anyway." Carlos said.

"Yeah." Everyone else chimed in. Life was good.