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Reviewer: Azamiko (Signed)
24 Apr 2012 1:25 am
*thumbs up*

Author's Response: Thank you! :-)
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Reviewer: Sadie (Anonymous)
18 Apr 2010 6:36 pm
You almost make it possible to recall the episode without flinching - almost. Which says so much about the quality of your writing, and the lack of quality displayed by the writers and producers. Clip shows don't have to be a waste of time and space.

Author's Response: By the time I watched Inquisition, it was patently clear to me that the writers of SGA had moved on--at least in their minds. I found myself yelling things at the screen like "How is it that you guys have managed to stay alive all these years?" and "BRIBERY?? We're resorting to *bribery*?" I'm pleased (and flattered) that you liked this version better. :-)
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Reviewer: Mystic (Signed)
17 Apr 2010 1:12 am
Hallmark Rules! LOL, great job I enjoyed this story very much.

Author's Response: I confess to having secret cravings for Hallmark from time to time--I'm so glad you enjoyed this--thanks!
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Reviewer: gail (Anonymous)
16 Apr 2010 3:49 pm
Wishing them all and endless series and one Hallmark-moment after another.

Thank you for making the fail better.

Author's Response: Yeah, me too! And though I know it was a 'clip' episode, I really thought they could have chosen better clips!
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Reviewer: MckaysPet (Signed)
16 Apr 2010 7:50 am
interesting, and put a smile on my face XD

Author's Response: Glad I could make you smile--thanks!
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Reviewer: Kamerreon (Signed)
16 Apr 2010 1:45 am
Very cute! I like the impassioned speeches, and the visual of Ronon ruling the court. Well done.

I hope you don't mind concrit. I found a few errors.

1) You need a space between these paragraphs:

Rodney reached out and snagged John's arm as he turned to leave. John looked down at Rodney's grip with a frown before making eye contact again.
"I couldn't let you do that." Rodney took a deep breath before plunging on rapidly. "You're part of my family, you know."

2) ". . . I didn't necessary agree with." It should be "necessarily".

3) "Never have a met a people . . ." It should be: Never have I met . . .

Author's Response: I don't mind concrit at all! This was written very last minute and I should have re-read it before posting. The spacing errors occurred when reposting, but I missed the other howlers there--thanks for pointing them out!
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