Reviews For Neither an Ocelot Nor a Raccoon Be.
Reviewer: lena (Anonymous)
08 Sep 2006 5:27 pm
ok so I was reading this at work-MISTAKE. I just about completely lost it when I started reading the scientist-catching part-especially Teyla's contribution.
This was great. I second what everyone else has said--adreneline, scientist-catching, _Teyla_. I loved that you called the creature a panda at one point. Favorite lines... "I nearly died in a hideous, painful, and humiliatingly Neanderthal way." Hee! "If I had a jet pack, we could fly." ::cackles:: And the last line...Rodney's trepidation, John's planning. So very them. Wonderful to read a story where everyone's in character.
Loved this, it was funny and sweet, with just that little hint of peril to give it an edge. I liked how the creature kept changing what it wasn't each time it was described *g*. The John/Rodney stuff was excellent- just the right mix of snark, Rodney's panic, John's smirking, 'adrenaline' and hot :). Teyla and Ford made me grin at the end too, with all their talk about practicing their scientist catching *vbg*. Loved the very ending...I think I'd probably hyperventilate a little if John was stalking at me ;). And Rodney's little speak-first-think-later slip about the lube made me chuckle *g*. Laura.
Reviewer: red (Anonymous)
30 Aug 2005 1:02 am
I loved the wry humour in this. Teyla's solemn decision that she would 'practice scientist catching' with Grodin tickled me especially. Lovely interaction between John and Rodney, though he never did get to try having sex in a tree. I'm sure a bed would be much more comfy... even if it is standard issue size.