|Reviews for Wait and See|
| AlternativeRocker 5/25/11 . chapter 1
These two are so adorable and you write so well.
I love how Jo gave him such a good idea for him, I can't wait to see what actually happened after the episode ended. Great fic. :)
| olanaj 5/23/11 . chapter 1
Now that one is absolutely brilliant! I love the fact you ddin't need to use too many words, or put in here too much action to make it real and emotional. You gave us what is the heart of Jo/Mac relationship: silent, intinctive, natural need of giving help and receiving it.
And, to say more, I can totally picture it as the end of this episode. It sort of felt like it was written into the show, really. I can see Jo doing what you made her do and Mac acting exactly the way you described it. And even this southern charm of Elizabeth Taylor seems perfect.
I do hope we'll see more of your works about these two, 'cause you def. understand them.
| marianne 5/17/11 . chapter 1
Saw the epsome days ago. It left me sad. I hope he continues. Liked your story and hope his vacation time gets him really to the next season. grins. Thanks for sharing.
| afrozenheart412 5/16/11 . chapter 1
I'm not a Jac fan but this intrigued me with wanting to see what she was thinking in that last shot of the season finale. This is amazing! You could feel that Mac was undecided on what he wanted to do or if he wanted to continue. But best of all, I LOVE Jo's stance on him just turning off his brain because he has plenty of time to do that later.
"Just stop thinking... and watch a movie with a friend."
Elizabeth Taylor strutted across the screen then, commanding his attention, and so Mac relaxed into his seat again and prepared to surrender to the chaos playing out on his plasma.
"Thank you," he whispered, more grateful then he could have imagined to just sit still and be and have his mind quiet even a little.
"Anytime," Jo answered, and then they both fell silent as the passionate battles of the Pollitt family played out in front of them, neither letting themselves think too much about anything, especially how natural it felt for them to be there together.
Like Jo had said, there was time for thinking... later."
If this hasn't demonstrated that he needs to get a life to balance out the work...I'm Jo is there for him in this moment. Marvelous job!
| washinbrig 5/16/11 . chapter 1
Love it, think it's great interaction and true to characters
| lb714 5/15/11 . chapter 1
I liked this a lot! You did a great job capturing Jo's character - she knows exactly when to press Mac and when to pullback, and that was clear in your writing.
The end of this episode really left me thinking that we won't be seeing another season of CSI: NY, which is sad; but I still like what you've done with it here. Good job!
| LivelyStevens 5/15/11 . chapter 1
Wow. I could so see it happening that way. Nicely done.
| CTI-Jenn 5/15/11 . chapter 1
Good plan. I'd give him two weeks tops though before he was back at the lab full time. Two days tops before he started calling to see how things were.