|Reviews for I Need a Drink|
| SilverTurtle 11/14/10 . chapter 1
This was just perfect. Emma and London bonding over relationship woes and alcohol is something I could totally see happening. I loved that London complimented Emma's looks, and Bailey's looks, and then revealed her own insecurities. The two of them could be such good friends if given half a chance. I really liked this story. Having the final line be 'Happy Birthday' was icing on the cake and a good jumping point for London to really affect change in her life (which she started by not taking pot-shots at Bailey's appearance when given the opportunity). Well done.
| SHRevolutionary 7/20/10 . chapter 1
Cool! You should keep going and have Emma have to answer to Marion about where she was and what they were talking about. Like, the love part, not Bailey.
| Guenwhyvar 6/19/10 . chapter 1
Very nice. I like how you kept London in character while making her more realistic and not the two dimensional caricature of an idiot they are turning her into on the show these days.
| Your-hollywood-tragedyx3 5/17/10 . chapter 1
This was sweet, yet amazingly hilarious at the same time. I loved it! :) I loved everything from London's drunken rants, to the sweet, unsuspected moments between her and Emma. Keep coming with things like this, I'd love to read more. :)
| Boris Yeltsin 5/9/10 . chapter 1
LOL, funny dude, really funny.
| Fizzy Starburst 5/9/10 . chapter 1
This was nice :)
And I liked how you actaully gave London an age.
| CuttieGirll57 5/9/10 . chapter 1
This was very good. I liked how you showed London's feelings here and how she thinks Bailey looks better than her. I also like that you added a bit LondonxCody even if it's one sided. I liked it!
| Lodylodylody 5/9/10 . chapter 1
This was marvelous. I liked how you snuck some London/Cody in there.
But why does Emma need to do something with her hair? It's great. :P
| Man of Faith 5/8/10 . chapter 1
LOL! OMG! I'm favoriting this just for that one line about looking into getting perfect breasts by London! That was absolutely perfect and so nicely placed that I had to read it over twice to make sure I read it correctly. This was great because it shows London without her pride, without anything except the raw emotions. Great job getting into her character.