Some Scream headcannons because I'm bored
Randy, Stu, and Billy were a lot closer when they were younger. People considered them Woodsboro's own three musketeers. They were always getting in trouble and playing pranks. If anything too far happened Randy would apologize profusely and push the other two to do so as well. As they got older, Billy and Stu got less willing to apologize and more malicious with their pranks and Randy didn't like it. This came to a head when an older person in the neighborhood shouted at them, and Billy and Stu decided to slash their car's tires. Randy told them it was too far, and the other two called him a pussy and said if he didn't like it to leave. He did, and Billy took that as a sign of betrayal. Any time he tried to apologize he got the cold shoulder, and it took a long time for the two to even talk to him again. (After the Woodsboro murders, Randy blames himself for not seeing this coming, and not taking their jokes about killing people seriously. He has severe survivor's guilt.)
Adding onto the one above, when they would watch horror movies, Randy always rooted for the protagonist while Billy and Stu would typically cheer anytime someone was killed. It made it hard for them to agree on which movies were good and which were bad, because Randy valued character development while Billy and Stu wanted the best gore.
Randy's crush on Sidney wasn't his first crush within the friend group. His first crush was on Tatum, with Randy viewing her as a really beautiful girl with an amazing sense of humor, and as someone he'd love to spend time analyzing movies with, since she tends to point out cliches and mock scenes she thinks are stupid or could've been done better. In talking to Sidney about his crush on Tatum, over several months he realized he was looking forward to spending time with her, too. He has a bit of an odd feeling about it, because he never really felt like he was over Tatum either. It felt like he was interested in them both. (Both girls know about his interest in them, and neither are offended to know about his crush on the other. Something about the idea of him liking them both makes them both happy.)
Continuing this, after the murders Randy and Sidney go through some severe grief over the loss of their friends, but especially over the loss of Tatum. They find comfort in each other, but never in a romantic sense as both of them feel it's wrong to find comfort in someone else who had feelings for her. They both realized after everything happened that the reason the loss of Tatum had hurt so much was because both of them loved her. (Sidney believes if Tatum hadn't died, maybe things between the three of them could've been very, very different. As it is, she can't consider Randy romantically without thinking about Tatum, too.)
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Bunny; Stu Macher Blurb
“I love the way you taste.” Stu said as he licked his lips, standing up from in between your legs. It was Halloween night, your boyfriend of 8 months (Stu) decided on being Hugh Hefner & you were his little bunny.
“Mm, I love it when you taste me.” You wrap your arms around his neck from the desk in his bedroom that your sat on. “Now, let’s get these off.” Stu smiled and ripped an even bigger hole in the crotch of your tights. He lets out a small groan at the sight of your bare, throbbing pussy waiting to be fucked.
“You’re so good.” He praises, pulling himself out his boxers but leaving his pants & shirt on. His thrusts aren’t easy to take, they never had been. You wrap your legs around him even more as he roughly thrusts into you.
“Mm, who are you?” Stu questions. “Daddy’s little helper.” You moan, “That’s right baby, you’re daddy’s little helper.” he agrees, continuing to the tune of his balls slapping against you & the whimpers you released.
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the fact that sidney prescott became a women's helpline operator/advisor is so satisfying, considering the telephone is one of the primary tools that ghostface uses to terrorise her and his other victims. like, she really took on the job to be a safe call for women in trouble, in need, in danger of their male partners. her response to her trauma and her only contribution to the world (when she was living in complete isolation in scream 3) was to be that comforting voice at the end of the line, and to make other women feel less alone. and for that, shes a fucking legend.
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