|Reviews for Frequency|
| margie chapter 1 . 1/14/2007
nice! *“But I don’t see a bedpan.”* that is one of the best lines ever. So, Ronon, and so hilairous! lol. I just wanted to say that only you so far have been able to break my terrible, horrible, hatred of enough to read this fic. I always skip over the recs that link to this site because i have an intense dislike for them. it's quite irrational, but I can't help the automatic ick factor whenever a fic is recced on this site.
I only read this one because I seriously love The Geeks and Goons series so much that I had to try one of your individual fics. And I'm really glad I did. This was funny, and adventurous, and I can so see it happening on the show. And I think, as you do in the G and G series, you have an EXCELLENT grasp of the character's voices. I really love your writing style. Thanks for writing!
| Trishkafibble chapter 1 . 12/28/2006
*sigh* Any day now, I'm going to get a message from you about a restraining order...but I seriously don't know how I ever got along without your lovely fics to boost my morale. Thank you, once again, ever so much!
| Deb1 chapter 1 . 8/28/2006
Don't know how I missed this. What a wonderful story. I like the way you used each characters POV of what was happening. Ending with Beckett was classic. I laughed so hard. Excellently written and I thought you wrote each character they way they truly are.
| Sepik chapter 1 . 8/21/2006
I loved it I loved it I loved it I LOVED it!
ANOTHER great fanfiction from ya, that I very much enjoyed reading.
The banter. Was. PERFECT.
| WriterJC chapter 1 . 8/19/2006
Fabulous job! Enjoyed every bit of it. And the ending was just perfect.
| hinokumo chapter 1 . 7/7/2006
My god...I don't think I'd ever go through the gate again after something like that! H/C right! LOL Awesome team fic with great character dynamics. Loved it!
| Mercury's Winter chapter 1 . 6/3/2006
Woo-hoo! Total team whumping! :O Freakin' awesome! hehehe loved Rodney's whumping the best of course *BEG*
I could only hope that this time they weren’t damn frogs.
LMAO! I nearly forgot about the frogs! :D Love the little tidbits you throw in your stories, the continuity if you will ;)
Thanks for another fantastic adventure!
| Hromiko chapter 1 . 5/30/2006
Haha, this was great. I really appreciate it all being one long entry because I'm just that lazy and don't like having to hit next all the time. Sometimes stories need the resetting of a new chapter, but I think yours flowed together very well and chapters might've made the changing POVs harder to figure out. I really enjoyed the ending, great fun, lots of amusing parts and funny lines, but also a touching feeling to it without being overbearing angsty too mushy for guys to actually be that way (not that I don't enjoy that too), people seemed very in character, like it could've been the end of a show, if they'd ever spend that time with someone in the hospital. Is it the bedpan indeed. :) I just have one question, it the whole insulting Carson re sheep abuse ever from the show or have I just seen it so many times in fanfic that I think it's from the show? It seems very McKay either way. :) I really liked this story, I'm going to enjoy checking out your other stories, I've got to figure out this frog thing... Keep on writing!
| Dr. Scott chapter 1 . 5/12/2006
I loved this story and how you moved from all their points of view, even retelling some but with that added twist. I thought it was great that Rodney shows signs of becoming a warrior too..."I choose us and he shoots" That would be a real character growth point on the show! Keep up the good work!
| Laura-trekkie chapter 1 . 5/12/2006
As always this is an excellent story.
The plot was tense and worrying, but also exciting. I liked how you split them all up with just the radio for communicating, it made each pov more interesting because each character's fear for their teammates was that much more powerful through the lack of visual assessment.
The banter was excellent as usual, especially the teasing between John and Rodney. I like how you always give us the great underpinning notes too; the teasing hides all the concern, but not completely, not now they know each other so well.
I loved the ending too, how they all managed to drag themselves through the gate before collapsing, running on determination alone as each fought off their many and varied injuries. I loved how the concern for their friends and determination to see each other safely home gave them the strength to go on and tackle the weasels and guards.
Carson's pov was great too. Just the right mix of relief and happiness that all the wounded were on the mend, and exasperation at their incessant nattering. I liked his idea of sticking them all in one room and freeing the radio once again. I also loved that he saw the reason for the radio chatter, his compassion allowing him to see past the annoyance to the heart of the problem.
Great story once again.
| Dr. Dredd chapter 1 . 5/7/2006
Guess I got my earlier wish about the inflatable sheep doll...
"And if you had paid any attention to what I told you about said wound this morning, instead of entertaining yourself by blaming my exhaustion on doing unmentionable things with an inflatable sheep, you would know that."
That and the bit about malpractice and homicide had me rolling on the floor! :-)
Nice insight on Beckett's part about the reason they were torturing him on the radio. And an amazing job of whumping everyone massively yet fitting it all into a logical framework. Definitely one of your better ones...
| Derry chapter 1 . 5/7/2006
Another great story! The visual image of John holding a finger up for silence while he tries to gain control - utterly perfect! As is the fact that his injury is friendly fire from Rodney. Too cute. Wonderful all round whumping story!
| Porthos1013 chapter 1 . 4/30/2006
Wow, I so love this, as always. Perfect characterizations, and I love how as I read this, I was thinking to myself "Gee, it couldn't possibly get worse..." and then it did. ;) They just can't seem to escape the ravenous wildlife, can they? Yet you still managed to bring them back from the brink of exhaustion, infection, and death, and you made me smile and laugh while doing it. Some of my favorite parts:
Sheppard would never let me live it down if I died. There would be no resting in peace with him still alive. If it was possible to pull off the reverse of a haunting, that’s what he would do to me… drunken parties with Johnny Cash blaring on my grave, using my tombstone as a screen to watch ‘Top Gun” repeatedly. It just wasn’t worth the easy way out to deal with that sort of irritation following me to the afterlife.
“Oh, don’t you dare start with the sanctimonious bullshit, McKay. There is no way in hell I’m not getting you back to the goddamn gate now, because you are never going to live down this fuck up. I’m holding this over your head for months… years from now you will still be owing me for this one.”
Grimacing at the prospect, I asked, “Are you sure you don’t want to leave me behind?”
I sighed as Sheppard sing songed in my ear. “I spy with my little eye, something silver.”
“Is it the bedpan?”
“Dammit, Rodney, how did you guess that so quick?”
“My turn,” Rodney practically beamed across the airwaves. “I spy with my little eye, something metal.”
“Is it the bedpan?”...
“Okay, Ronon, your turn.”
“I don’t have a little eye,” the large man told him succinctly.
“Then change it. I spy with my warrior eye,” Sheppard suggested.
“But I don’t see a bedpan.”
“Then where the hell are you taking me?”
“To dump you over the nearest balcony,” I informed him cheerfully.
Okay, so I just quoted half your fic back to you, THAT'S how much I love this! Great job, as always. :D
| saclateri chapter 1 . 4/26/2006
This was an absolute joy to read. Wonderful, wonderful whumping, but never excessive because it kept within the plot of a very slick story.
There were just so many things to write about here. Starting with I really liked the fact that Rodney shot Sheppard in the foot (despite what another has said :) That will teach McKay to shoot with his eyes open next time, and I am damn sure that Sheppard will make him pay!
Before that, however, the thought of a reverse haunting was very nice.
Your Ronon and Teyla pov's were great - how unfair! You can write Sheppard and McKay to a tee, then pull off the same trick with the others. Me, jealous, never!
There were a couple of Ronon moments that were highlights for me - his recognition of the frequency that allies stab them in the back and his momentary consideration of leaving McKay as a "practical soldier".
Also, the mirrors between Ronon and Teyla's conversation and Sheppard and McKay's were lovely.
Other little high points (that I can't leave out) - the Eastern European porn production, and can never have too many frog references.
The final scene in the infirmary with Carson was just a wonderful comparison to all that had gone before. Got to have comfort with the hurt - and a game of eye-spy never hurt anyone. Unless it's Carson on homicide charges!
Anyway, as you can tell (I hope) from this slightly long winded review, I loved this very much indeed. Thank you again.
| Mellyna chapter 1 . 4/26/2006
Another great episode. I especially liked the chainging pov's. You seemed to capture the thoughts of the characters well. Looking forward to more.