Word Count: 171
Fandom: Stargate SG-1
Author's Note: Written for fanfic100, prompt #28--Children.
"How did we get talked into this again?"
Sam shook her head. "Don't ask me. I'm as clueless as you are."
Jack tried to glare at both of them. However, he only had two eyes, and he had to keep one on the road. Daniel hoped he was, anyway.
Trees flashed by as the car sped along the highway. Trees. Trees. More trees.
Daniel realized he was thinking like Jack again. Time for a distraction.
"Who wants to play 'I Spy'?"
Both Sam and Jack, in an unwarranted display of solidarity, yelled, "NO!" Teal'c--hey, did he just smirk?--said nothing.
Daniel sulked. "Well, I can't help it if I'm bored."
"What, hockey's not good enough for you, Mr. Brain-the-Size-of-a-Planet?"
"That's Marvin the Paranoid Android, and hockey's no fun when you can't watch it."
"He's got a point, sir."
"How far is our destination, O'Neill?" Teal'c asked.
Daniel caught Sam's eye in the rearview mirror. They grinned wickedly.
Jack groaned, "Oh, no--"
"Are we there yet?"