"The Wonderful Thing About Tiggers, Part Two": Kev is needed to tell his story (his "thing about the tiger" incident) involving around the peculiar death of British cabinet minister Roger Grivell, who was under S.A.S. protection. He tells this happened back to his and his friends' service in 199
Appearing in "The Wonderful Thing About Tiggers, Part Two"
- Danny Redburn (First appearance) (Flashback only)
- Joe Sykes (Flashback only)
- Mad Cecil (Flashback only)
- Wanky MacKenzie (Flashback only)
- Roger Grivell/Slippery B'Eeef The Planet Thief
- Rakulai (Behind the scenes)
Synopsis for "The Wonderful Thing About Tiggers, Part Two"
Kev is needed to tell his story (his "thing about the tiger" incident) involving around the peculiar death of British cabinet minister Roger Grivell, who was under S.A.S. protection. He tells this happened back to his and his friends' service in 1993. In that year, Kevin and his mates were loaned out to the Indian government to help take out drug smugglers from Pakistan. During this operation, Kev was nearly trampled by a wounded elephant, but was saved thanks to the intervention of Danny Redburn, who killed the elephant with a grenade launcher. When Danny later discovered a baby tiger hidden among the seized drugs, commanding officer Joe Sykes ordered him to kill it, which he apparently did.
By 1996, Kev was once again teamed with Danny Redburn when they were assigned to protect cabinet minister Roger Grivell during his inspection of the Regiment. Between Kev, Danny, Mad Cecil, and Wanky MacKenzie, the inspection itself was uneventful, but Grivell then demanded that Kev and his squadmates hire a prostitute for him, threatening to disband Kev's team if they refused. With no other recourse, Kev and Danny took the minister to Danny's house because it was out of the way, while Wanky and Cecil hired the prostitute. Though Danny was very unhappy with his house being used for prostitution, Kev felt sure that at least his job was safe - until the paparazzi showed up at the house at the same time that Grivell managed to scare the prostitute away due to his strange behavior. The two events sent Kev scrambling to hide the minister, so he placed Grivell in the cellar of Danny's house... where there just happened to be a tiger. Shortly after, Kev learned that Danny had not killed the baby tiger he'd found three years earlier. He had kept it and raised it in England. Subsequently, Kev took the blame while the others: Mad Cecil remained on ill-terms with Kev, MacKenzie committed suicide, and Danny was never been heard since.
The relevant story is then revealed by Apollo that Roger Grivell had actually been an alien fugitive named B'Eeef, whom the Rukalai had been trying to track him down for the last twenty years for offending their civilization and that without B'Eeef to be put on a public trial the entire Rukalain regime will collapse. Despite B'Eeef's death, his physiology is capable of regrowing himself at the cellular level; thus allowing the chance of bringing whatever is left of B'Eeef to the Rukalai and saving Earth. In which Kev is then order to help Apollo and Midnighter in finding B'Eeef's remains.
- This book was first published on June 23, 2004.
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