A/N: Blame li'l Gotham and a memory I had from the 2nd grade for this. Absolute drabble and fluff.
Disclaimer: Don't own Chuck, or li'l Gotham, I believe Warner Bros. owns both, and I'm available to be bought for the right price. (A taco pizza and I'm yours) Also don't own Greatest American Hero.
"Hey, Jenny, wanna' play Greatest American Hero?"
"What's that, Morgan?" Jenny asked.
"Oh it's about this guy who gets superpowers and a government agent finds the guy and the superhero falls in love with the girl," Morgan replied. He and Chuck had decided to play a game based on the TV show from the 80s. They agreed it would take three people, and when Morgan spotted Jenny he thought she would be perfect. Chuck told him not to, but after a few minutes, Morgan convinced him without her it would just be weird. Chuck kept saying no, but the way he was looking at Jenny Morgan knew, deep down, that Chuck wanted to meet her.
"That sound stupid," Jenny said, looking through the sea glass on the beach.
"Well, the superhero doesn't know how to use the suit and he lost the instruction manual," Morgan said. Jenny looked up at him.
"That sounds really stupid," she replied. "Let me guess you want me to play the hopeless girlfriend and you be the boyfriend."
"No, I'm the government agent," Morgan replied.
"I'd be a much better government agent than you," Jenny said, her blue eyes sparkling. "So who's the superhero?"
"My friend, Chuck, the one I told you about at school," Morgan said, pointing over to the tall lanky kid standing by himself, looking a little awkward.
"Huh," she said. "He's kinda cute." Morgan's eyebrows raised. "Don't tell him!" she said, her finger pointed in his face.
"Anyone ever tell you you're scary?" Morgan asked. Jenny smiled and patted him on the cheek.
"Don't forget it," she said. She looked over and saw Chuck being hassled by the school bully. She dropped her sea glass and marched over to the two. "Hey! Leave him alone!"
"Oh, look, the geek needs a girl to fight for him," the bully said.
"Daryl, for the last time, it's nerd, and I don't need her to fight for me, I'm just adverse to violence," Chuck said.
"Are you making fun of me?" Daryl asked. "What does adverse mean?" he asked softly.
"I'm not in favor of it, I don't like it," Chuck replied. Jenny stepped between the two. "It's okay, I got this." Jenny spun on him.
"Can't handle a girl being tougher than you?" she asked, her nostrils flaring, her blue eyes sparkling. Chuck grinned at her.
"No, I have no problem admitting I'm not tough, I just don't want to see anyone get hurt for me," he replied. Jenny grinned at him, and spun around in Daryl's face. She noticed Morgan get on his hands and knees behind Daryl. She started walking toward him, looking as angry as she could. "Daryl what are you gonna do when everyone finds out I beat you up?" She continued to stalk towards him and he continued to back up. "How big and bad do you think people are going to think you are after getting beat up by a girl?" Daryl continued to back up, and tripped over Morgan, crashing to the ground. Jenny stood over him. "Boo!" she said. Daryl got up and scrambled off.
"Thanks," Chuck said. "We were about to play Greatest American Hero-"
"I don't want to play your girlfriend," Jenny said. Chuck looked a little disappointed
"Oh, I wasn't going to ask you to do that, I was going to ask if you'd be my government handler to watch over me," Chuck said. Jenny's nostrils flared.
"You don't want me to play your girlfriend?" Jenny asked.
"I didn't think someone like you would want a boyfriend like me," Chuck replied. Jenny shook her head. "Besides, Morgan over there is kinda my partner, heterosexual that is." Jenny just looked at him.
"I like you, Chuck," Jenny said. "Come with me, help me find some sea glass." Chuck's face lit up.
"Cool, did you know it looks the way it does because how the ocean…" he continued to talk as they walked to look for sea glass.
"I'm just gonna stay here," Morgan yelled after them. "It's cool. I'm good." Morgan would have nodded and stroked his beard if he had facial hair. He approved. It was going to hurt to lose his best friend to her, but she would protect him, that he was sure of. He was surprised when the two turned around and waved him toward them. He quickly ran off to join them.
A/N: *Redacted* agreed to be my Greatest American Hero "girlfriend"…that was many, many moons ago. Working on everything, nothing finished, got new glasses, but it may take a few days. Take Care