Reviews for Chairs
Samuela chapter 1 . 6/9/2010
Wow, well, I know I am supposed to review this story here, but this time I _really_ don't know where to begin. So I'm going to praise you all the way: I liked this one from beginning to end, every single sentence, let alone the dialogues. Even the title is perfect! I'm quite sure I actually _saw_ the guys and Frank, and the nurses. This is a real gift. Thanks
cheride chapter 1 . 2/18/2007
Have to agree with Owl; "I went." _is_ the best line; even Frank recognizes how fundamentally true the words are.

It's an interesting character study, I think, that Mark is consumed with his own fears and the uncertainties of the looming future, but none of that is really where he focuses his attention once he realizes the judge is having some issues of his own.

Oh, and Milt being "hint proof"; I love that!
Joni chapter 1 . 9/25/2006
Cute! I liked it.
Pony chapter 1 . 9/17/2006

You can take the smallest things and make a good story out of them. No overboard angst or h/c, no action besides the move to a bedside chair, and yet... voila! An nteresting story magically appears. It's all in the keyborad, right? Could you lend me yours...

sbishoff chapter 1 . 9/15/2006
Great story. I loved the entire thing. It was a nice look at the aftermath of the episode that dealt with the lingering feelings. For Milt, it was feelings of guilt that he hadn't listened to Millie, and thus, almost lost Mark. For Mark, it was wanting to ease the judge's guikt, and to continue being Tonto.

I really enjoyed it. Thanks for sharing. Please write again soon.
firefly chapter 1 . 9/15/2006
This was a good story. Well thought out. Milt and Mark always second guessing each others feelings, never willing to just come right out and tell each other how much they really care. Sometimes it's hard to do that in real life too.

Anyway, excellent story, hope you'll post another one very soon.

owlcroft chapter 1 . 9/15/2006
"I went". Best sentence in the whole story, knowing what we do about Mark and Milly. Nice that the judge and Frank are finally confronted with it without any shading or pretense. "Milly, he's counting on me." Great episode, great follow-up fic; I could write a page-long review praising this one, but that would be boring. Just go read the it!

P.S. Loved the ending. Perfect!