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meme time ([personal profile] memeorabilia) wrote in [community profile] bakerstreet2016-03-06 02:53 pm

Buddy Cop AU meme

You're two renegade cops with nothing to lose. A loose cannon who plays by his own rules and a tight cannon who plays by everyone else's rules. Will Smith and Martin Lawrence. Shit's getting real? You better believe it. Shit's always real when you two are on the beat. This, is the Buddy Cop AU post.


1) You're a character posting in a meme (blank or not, don't care) with your character's name and fandom in the subject line.
2) They're a character replying to your comment.

For the creatively stunted, I do have some prompts if ya need 'em.
1. Out On The Beat
Out on patrol in your squad vehicle of choice or on foot. Looking out for action, be it someone stealing from a little old lady or a gang getting ready to beat some poor schmo up.

2. No Time for Backup!
Looks like they have you surrounded! It's a firefight/fistfight, and you two are in the middle of it! What are you gonna do? Run for it? Call for backup? Or go down in a blaze of glory? Or none of the above.

3. Next Time, I'll Have Your Badge!
One (or both) of you just got chewed out by the chief because your methods are reckless and unreliable! Seriously, you killed at least 40 people AND ran your squad car into their hideout! Who do you think you are? Also, you're off the case! What do you do now?

4. We're Going Undercover
No, not like that, you crazy smut writers. But, you're going to need to get the drop on these crooks, or get some info out of them. Luckily, you're a master of disguise. Yup, you two are going to have to dress up and act like them or something along those lines in order to get the info you want!

5. Looks Like He Was Murdered Over Here
Man, fuck those detectives. They aren't finding anything important. No, you and your buddy could probably figure this out just by looking about the crime scene. From the bloody outline on the wall to the lab in the basement, you probably have this covered. Just remember, don't touch anything.

6. A Good Ol' Fashioned Game Of--
Good Cop, Bad Cop. You finally got the lead you're been waiting on, and all that's left is to get the info you need out of them. Thus, you and your friend get the opportunity to interrogate the poor sucker and make sure that they talk. In order to do that, one of you might have to become a little unstable, and the other may have to act as if they're trying to comfort them. Don't forget to ask, WHERE ARE THEY

7. Another Day Done
Welp, you two are officially off duty. What're you going to do now? Go out for drinks? Go looking for trouble now that you're not restricted by the law? Or maybe talk about the tough day you had of foiling evil. Doesn't matter, now you have the whole night to think about it.

8. Wildcard
Mix/match or make your own. Anything goes!

credit goes to [personal profile] ringomogirebeam
worldstiniestviolin: (Default)

Basil | Great Mouse Detective

[personal profile] worldstiniestviolin 2016-03-06 09:00 pm (UTC)(link)
carrotcop: (Buddy Cops)

[personal profile] carrotcop 2016-03-06 10:42 pm (UTC)(link)
(So..I know Zootopia just came out and all but since it'd be AU anyway and easy to avoid spoilers.../scuffs foot)
worldstiniestviolin: (puffing away angrily)

[personal profile] worldstiniestviolin 2016-03-06 10:47 pm (UTC)(link)
[[i will always be here for the adorable judy hopps. is there a scenario you like the look of or shall we just make something up as we go alone?]]
carrotcop: (Sly bunny)

[personal profile] carrotcop 2016-03-06 10:59 pm (UTC)(link)
(=D =D I'm kinda liking the look of either four or five, with some making it up as we go along~]
worldstiniestviolin: (you do speak some rubbish)

[personal profile] worldstiniestviolin 2016-03-06 11:02 pm (UTC)(link)
[[how about a mix of the both? due to a murder case, they have to go ~undercover~ and that requires the excellent judy hopps having to work with this asshole the annoying consulting detective :P]]
carrotcop: (Catching runaway donuts)

[personal profile] carrotcop 2016-03-06 11:09 pm (UTC)(link)
(You are a player after my own heart~)

[As far as cases went, this one was big. It went well beyond anything Judy had gotten involved with yet and it felt weird to not have her usual partner by her side. He was off on another case, though, and Judy had been specifically requested for this particular one and they apparently had a detective prepared to work with her.

Or so they had told her.

At first glance it seemed like a run of the mill murder mystery. The suspect had gotten away and they needed to sweep the crime scene and figure out the who and the why. Easy enough; at least in theory.

Ears twitching as she approached the scene of the crime, Judy flashed her badge before ducking under the tape marking off the area, pausing just outside of the mess that was the scene itself. A soft frown marred her expression as her nose twitched, gaze flicking from one thing to the next before she spotted what seemed to be another officer--a mouse at that. Or maybe he was apart of the paramedic team. It was hard to say.

He didn't exactly look like an officer but she approached all the same, stepping lightly around anything that even looked like evidence.]

Excuse me! I'm Officer Hopps of the ZPD. I'm looking for a Detective Basil?
worldstiniestviolin: (even genius has some failures)

[personal profile] worldstiniestviolin 2016-03-06 11:15 pm (UTC)(link)
[Basil hadn't been interested in working with any other of the moronic imbicles that populated the ZPD. Hopps, though, he had heard, was something of a rarity. First bunny officer to be accepted into the ZPD, and her reputation was glowing. All in all, she might be a little less annoying to work with]

Just Basil, if you don't mind. You're late, Officer Hopps, I've examined the body and I can tell you that this "murder scene" will be in the papers tomorrow as the latest in the string of unexplained suicides. It is murder, however. The question is how do we find our murderer without exposing ourselves...?

[Yes, he went straight to shop talk. No time to mess around, after all. There was a case to be dealt with]
carrotcop: (Not amused)

[personal profile] carrotcop 2016-03-06 11:21 pm (UTC)(link)
[Judy jolted as the other corrected her then chastised her for being late, ears standing upright before they gave a twitch and fell back. Her expression went from one of surprise to annoyance slowly but surely until she finally crossed her arms, puffing up a bit.]

I'm sorry, detective-- [She will use your title, thank you very much.] --there was a lot of traffic thanks to this current situation.

[She paused then glanced over to the crime scene.]

What makes you so sure it's a murder?
worldstiniestviolin: (in need of deeper thought)

[personal profile] worldstiniestviolin 2016-03-06 11:26 pm (UTC)(link)
[Basil looks her over]

I have no title. I'm not a part of your... force. I'm a consultant for the more difficult cases. And this is one of them.

As for why I am sure it's murder, consider each individual. There's no connection between any of them apart from the very remote locations in which they have shown up. Similar suicides are usually from people who are close to each other, but these people... completely ignorant of the others, all from different social backgrounds.

And that it effects both predator and prey animals? Someone is playing a game, Officer, and we will solve it. What did you think of the body?
carrotcop: (Awyeah~)

[personal profile] carrotcop 2016-03-06 11:32 pm (UTC)(link)
Then Mr. Basil it is.

[Not a detective? He was just a consultant?

That didn't make a whole lot of sense but if he was called in on difficult cases, then he had to be good.

She quickly absorbed everything he was saying, snatching her notepad out of her belt and jotting down a few notes. While she was good at what she did, notes helped. Especially when so much information was being given at once.]

I..well it did seem a bit strange that a suicide would had landed like that. [Tapping her pen against her lip, Judy frowned.] It's almost as if they were already dead when they fell but I didn't see anything that would point to foul play, sir.
worldstiniestviolin: (on the hunt for a clue)

[personal profile] worldstiniestviolin 2016-03-06 11:38 pm (UTC)(link)
No, neither did I... Which would imply that we are up against someone who is capable of thought on these matters. Potentially dangerous, but also gives an advantage. Someone clever will want to have the credit for what they are able to do, they won't be pleased with the media coverage.

[Basil walks around, thinking carefully. He turns to Judy]

This city. Organised crime? Are there any connections we can exploit. Clever suggests, at first, experience, and if we can rule out the obvious we'll be able to actually get on with solving this case.

[Because, yes, Basil was informed that it was "probably one of the Families" and was unimpressed with the narrow minded nature of the comment]
carrotcop: (Dear god)

[personal profile] carrotcop 2016-03-06 11:42 pm (UTC)(link)
[Judy paused in her writing to glance up at Basil, hesitating for a moment before she let out a breath.]

I have a few connections we could use, though I can promise you that they had nothing to do with this.

[She wasn't about to have Fru Fru and her family slapped with false accusations.]

But we can talk to them. If anyone knows something about what's been going on, they would. There's also plenty of back alley places we could try to search, question some animals but they won't take kindly to someone with a badge.
worldstiniestviolin: (puffing away angrily)

[personal profile] worldstiniestviolin 2016-03-06 11:46 pm (UTC)(link)
Oh, I don't believe it is any of the organisations or Families, but we have to "rule them out."

[See that unimpressed look on his face? Honestly, these people had no capability of thought. He considers what Judy says]

I have no badge, so I am in a better situation than you. However, Officer, I do require a second in this case... I believe we will have to make you someone without a badge.

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flatmatewatson: (happy)

[personal profile] flatmatewatson 2016-03-06 11:03 pm (UTC)(link)
[ooc: BASIL!! <3333 I will totally pretend this is a Dawson account if you want? Or regular human Watson running into talking Sherlock type mouse, EITHER WORKS.]
worldstiniestviolin: (tiny baker street irregular in training?)

[personal profile] worldstiniestviolin 2016-03-06 11:05 pm (UTC)(link)
[omg so many excellent choices, and both have potential for hilarity. i think the last one would be very entertaining for both of us]
flatmatewatson: (orange vest)

rolled 5

[personal profile] flatmatewatson 2016-03-06 11:14 pm (UTC)(link)
[I have no problem with playing out both of them in two threads as well. BUT heres Watson to start at least.]

It was a search around where the body was dumped to find the actual crime scene. The dumpster wasn't the place, according to Sherlock, and he'd run off to find the real one. Leaving Watson standing around, wondering if he should be looking too.

At least he could look at the body, maybe piece some clues together himself? "Right, sure, like you're the detective," he chastises himself as he gets down next to the body on the pavement. Gunshot victim, two in the chest, one in the head. All Watson could deduce was that it was probably some kind of professional hit...

What was that mouse doing near the body? "Hey, go on, shoo," he tries to backhand it away. "This one ain't for you, mate."
worldstiniestviolin: (you do speak some rubbish)

[personal profile] worldstiniestviolin 2016-03-06 11:20 pm (UTC)(link)
"Well, it certainly isn't for you either," Basil muttered, rolling his eyes at the human's pathetic attempts to deduce the crime. Clearly this was the work of a professional, but it wasn't a professional hit. If he could get close enough to examine the wound, he might be able to determine whether or not this crime in the human world had any sort of connection to the crimes he had been investigating as of late. They all had taken place in the same rough area, and this sadly passed on human had been the pet of only eye-witness.

"I need to get a closer look," he said, scrabbling up. This would be much easier if there weren't so many humans
flatmatewatson: (worried - spooked)

[personal profile] flatmatewatson 2016-03-06 11:23 pm (UTC)(link)
Stunned, Watson can only watch with his jaw hanging as the mouse climbs up the body and seems to be inspecting the wounds?? He had to be hearing things.

"I'm hearing things," so says Captain Obvious. Oh no, was it the psychosomatic trauma again? Was the limp coming back? Steady, Watson old boy, steady.

"Did...did you" He lowers his voice so the police nearby don't think he's crazy.

He is totally crazy to be talking to a mouse.
worldstiniestviolin: (genius at work)

[personal profile] worldstiniestviolin 2016-03-06 11:28 pm (UTC)(link)
"Yes, and more eloquently than you appear to be doing right now," Basil shot at Watson without looking away from the body. "Definitely from a handgun but what type? I can't match the bullets... Would you be able to find that out?" He turned and looked up at the tall human.
flatmatewatson: (worried - spooked)

[personal profile] flatmatewatson 2016-03-06 11:35 pm (UTC)(link)
Good. Night. This mouse talks like Sherlock.

He really has lost it.

"Er, I...its a .45..." Why was he encouraging this hallucination with his knowledge of bullets and bullet holes?? "They, er, that is Sherlock said it was a .45..."
worldstiniestviolin: (maybe a bit too enthusatic)

[personal profile] worldstiniestviolin 2016-03-06 11:40 pm (UTC)(link)
"Hm, so it's the same as the one used in the other cases," Basil strokes his chin in thought. That didn't mean much, of course, but it could prove useful. Some pick up habits of their pets, after all. Picking up a preference in weapon wasn't the oddest thing he'd have heard.

"But why attack a human? And the human of the only eye-witness at that?" He was muttering to himself, completely forgetting that Watson was there. "Obviously they wanted to scare them into being quiet, but bringing a human into it? That's just not done."
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[personal profile] flatmatewatson 2016-03-06 11:43 pm (UTC)(link)
"Wait, other ca--what other cases?? There's other cases??" Watson is practically on his hands and knees now, trying to get information out of this mouse. Good thing Scotland Yard is completely around the other side of the building chasing Sherlock.

John clears his throat, trying to make himself heard. When that doesn't work, he picks up said mouse by the tail to put him in his hand, "Excuse me, if I could have a moment of your time, at the risk of sounding insane, what. other. cases.?"
worldstiniestviolin: (being brilliant appreciate me)

[personal profile] worldstiniestviolin 2016-03-06 11:50 pm (UTC)(link)
"Hm?" Basil looks up, just remembering the presence of another being. "Oh, not human cases, no. But they tie in with the cases I am currently investigating. This human was the pet of the sole eye witness to one of them, which is what drew my attention." He gives a gesture implying that obviously that was the situation here. "A .45 has been used in all the cases so far, but the victims have never been people of consequence," he adds, musing out loud. He glances at the body. "What about this human? What was did it do?"
flatmatewatson: (orange vest)

[personal profile] flatmatewatson 2016-03-07 12:17 am (UTC)(link)
"Not human cases..." Watson says, almost more to himself. If not human than what? "You mean animals? Animals have been getting killed by the same person?"

John looked down at the body, trying to remember what Sherlock had muttered before he left. "He was a banker...bad marriage recently or divorce, something like that."
worldstiniestviolin: (on the hunt for a clue)

[personal profile] worldstiniestviolin 2016-03-07 09:57 am (UTC)(link)
"Person or persons," Basil said still deep in thought. "With this latest case, it would appear as though the one responsible would have a human accomplice, something unheard of."

A banker with a bad marriage... "Yes, that fits with the accounts of the eye-witness, they said their pet had been unusually sad of late due to their mate leaving them."

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