AN: During "Low and Away"
AN2: I wrote this while hyped up on 3 shots of coffee. So, forgive any errors and the length. I'm just in the mood to write quickly and move on. Not in a bad way move on. Just needed to do something and get stuff done.
Penhall had a new case and Hanson, this time around, was not his partner. This time he sat on the sidelines while Doug got to play high school baseball. There was a new transfer student, Johnny Hartmann. The FBI had come into the Chapel insisting that they needed an officer to keep an eye on Hartmann while he was in school. They did not tell Captain Adam Fuller, the head officer of the Jump Street program, why. They just pushed their way in and Fuller had no choice but to let them.
Hanson was not to go undercover this time. He was to work backup with Harry T. Ioki, Judy's partner. And he was actually relieved that he didn't have to pretend to be a high school student. He actually didn't like that part of his job. He was an adult and wanted to be treated as such at all times.
Instead of him working with his partner, Judy was to go undercover with Doug. Unlike him, she didn't mind pretending being a teenager. She just enjoyed being a cop and fighting crime anyway she could. He admired her for that.
"So, you'll be Judy Robinson?" Tom asked as he sat on Judy's bed and watched her chose an outfit for class the next day.
"Yup," Judy answered as she shifted through he closet.
"And you're supposed to get this Hartmann kid to trust you?"
Judy rolled her eyes. She knew Tom could be uptight and possessive but he really didn't have anything to worry about.
"Yes," she said with an exasperated sigh.
She stopped going through he closet to set next to him. She placed her hand on his knee and rubbed up to his thigh repeatedly.
"Don't worry," she said. "I just have to be nice to the guy."
"How nice?" Tom asked with a slight frown.
Judy smiled seductively at him. She kissed his lips sweetly.
"Not that nice," she told him.
Tom gave her a half smile.
"Good," he said and kissed her.
"You're going to have to trust me," she said. "I never go that far with any guy while on a case. I'm working and I don't like to mix business with pleasure."
Tom's smile widened.
"So what do you call us?" he said slyly. "We work together."
Judy smiled back and slid into his lap, sitting sideways. She wrapped her arms around his neck.
"You, Hanson, are the exception."
END OF CH. 4