Rating: All Ages
Word Count: 1379
Author's Summary: There's absolutely nothing going on between Harry and Sarah, whatever the Doctor thinks.
Characters/Pairings: Harry Sullivan, Sarah Jane Smith, The Doctor (4th)
Recced because: It's quite funny and the humour comes from the characters being perfectly themselves. The Doctor thinks he's knows things, Harry has no idea and Sarah's the one in control of both of them. Which is pretty normal for those three, really.
“You and Harry,” he said, and then added, leaning forward with an abruptness that nearly caused her to choke on her cereal. “Holding hands. Hah. Yes, I’ve seen you.”
Sarah looked back at him, and if the Doctor was in an observant mood, which he wasn’t, he would have noted the slight raise of her chin and the smallest spark that lit her dark eyes. “I don’t know what you mean.”
“Well, it’s not on, I tell you,” he said. “You always used to hold my hand!”
She became the picture of innocence now, stirring the yellow flakes around in the milk with her spoon. “Did I?”
“And now you hold his.”
“I expect he happened to be, well, handier.”