"What is this?" Victoria asked, storming into the room with a blood soaked shirt.
"Well, it's called the Office. It's about-" Jason began, not looking up.
"No you idiot! This!"
"I don't know. What is it?"
She grabbed his head and turned it to look at her. "The shirt, Jason. Who did you tick off?"
He paled, "N-no one. I've been a good little boy lately."
"I grew up with you. I know when you are lying."
"My point is, if you don't tell me, I will prevent you from watching House. One way or another."
"Maybe my secret is worth more than House," he said pushing her hand away and returning to the tv.
She got worried. He never missed House, ever. "Jason, what happened?" she tried to ask calmly.
He shook his head, "Not saying anything." They argued a while, but Victoria won, as usual. He spilled, "Fine! When the Shade was here he kept asking me where you where and, though I knew, didn't tell him."
"S-so you killed him?"
"No, he stabbed me with his dagger."
She dropped the shirt and stood there in shock, "Jason!" was all she got out.
"See? This is why I didn't want to tell you."
"This is serious. You know what Shade venom is like."
"Let me see."
"Jace, let me see where you got hurt."
He shook his head, "Nope, not going to happen."
She ignored him ad walked to the other side of the couch. She lifted up his shirt. He tried to pull it down but she shot him a glare and he backed off. She cursed when she saw the wound, "You are so lucky you aren't dead."
"Are you glad?"
"Glad to see you're not dead."
"Where have I heard that before?" he teased. She threw a pillow at him, angrily and stormed away. Yes! Got out of it, he thought.
She came back, with something in her hand, "Guess what?"
"Yep, drink it."
"No. That thing has weird side effects."
"Do you want to live?"
"Not if I have to drink that."
"Just drink it, shorty." She tried to force it into his mouth, but he was stronger.
"Now!" They battled it out for about a half hour. Victoria was sitting on top of him before he drank it.
"I'll get you back for this."
"Oh, I'm sure you will."
It took a few minutes before a huge smile spread across his face and he jumped up, hugged her and yelled, "Vicky!"
She laughed, "This is going to be fun."