“How are the secret service doing on the farm?” He asked curiously.
“Very well surprisingly.” Coy said.
“Maybe they were chosen by Enos because they had experience on a farm.” Cooter suggested.
“Maybe.” Coy said.
Balladeer: Now folks maybe we should check in on Bo. He was in a small town in Kansas running a farm.
THE KENT FARM OUTSIDE SMALLVILLE, KANASAS
Jonathan looked tired as he milked a cow. A ten year old boy seemed to appear by him.
“Clark, don't use your speed so publicly.” Jonathan said tiredly.
“Sorry, dad.” Clark said.
“Just tired.” Jonathan said.
“Want me to help milk the cows?” Clark asked.
“No, go play and no powers.” Jonathan said.
“OK, dad.” Clark said and ran off at a normal speed to play.
When Jonathan finished he went to the farmhouse. Jonathan leaned against the doorway in exhaustion. Martha ran to Jonathan.
“Jonathan, are you OK?” Martha asked.
“Just tired.” Jonathan said.
“Go take a nap then.” Martha said.
Jonathan went their bed.
Balladeer: Now folks maybe we should head on back to Colorado.
Luke got the rest of his stuff unpacked quickly with Jud and Cooter's help. Soon Cooter had to go back to DC.
“How long ya gonna be gone for?” Jud asked.
“We won't be at a recess long enough for me to leave DC for two weeks.” Cooter said.
“I'll take care of Luke.” Jud said.
“I know you will.” Cooter said.
Luke went out after Cooter left and met a woman hours turned to days. Soon 3 days passed with him spend every free moment with the woman. A week later the two seemed to disappear. Jack put a tracer on Daniel's credit card and it showed it was being used in Las Vegas.
“What's Daniel doing in Vegas.” Jack wondered.
Another five days passed and soon Jack's house phone rang. Jack answered it quickly since it was SG-1's day off.
“Spacemonkey?” Jack asked.
“Yeah, sorry I disappeared on you guys.” Daniel said.
“What were you doing in Vegas?” Jack asked his curiosity high now.
“How did you...”
“When you went missing I put a tracer on your credit card.” Jack admitted.
“I got married.” Luke said as his wife handed him an old photo album.
“I'll call you back later.”
“OK.” Jack said and hung up.
Luke opened it and came to a photo of Cooter when he was younger. He decided to play dumb as to who Cooter was at first.
“Whose he?” Luke asked.
His wife looked and smiled.
“My big brother Cooter.” She said.
“Call Cooter in DC.” Luke said.
His wife played an answering machine message.
“Sis, I'm in Colorado Springs can you call me.” Came a voice Luke knew.
'Coot sound worried.' Luke thought.
Luke picked up her cordless and handed it to her. She called Cooter's cellphone.
“Cooter Davenport speakin'.” He said.
“Hi, big brother.” She said.
“Mary Ann, what's goin' on? You usually call me the same day I call and I called yesterday.” Cooter said.
“Sorry, Cooter. I just got back from my honeymoon.” Mary Ann said.
“Honeymoon? When did you get married?” Cooter asked.
“Five days ago.” Mary Ann said.
“I want to meet this guy.” Cooter said.
“Then come by my place.” Mary Ann said.
“I'm on my way.” Cooter said.
“I'll see you soon.” Mary Ann said hanging up.
“Why don't I wait for him by my car.” Luke suggested.
Mary Ann nodded. Luke went out and leaned on the General Lee. Soon Cooter pulled up and got out of his rent-a-car.
“Hey, Luke, what are you doing here?” Cooter asked curiously.
“Waiting to meet my brother-in-law before he goes in.” Luke said.
“Brother-in-law?” Cooter asked.
“Mary Ann!” Luke called.
Mary Ann came out and kissed Luke on the lips.
“Oh hi, big brother.” Mary Ann said.
“My wife Mary Ann you know.” Luke said.