|Reviews for Just Like Paul and Joanne|
| Darla Scudder chapter 1 . 1/19/2015
yum! Love RIchard and Emily
| Charlotte Kutaway chapter 1 . 3/28/2014
another great little story
| Catherine chapter 1 . 3/16/2011
I loved how the dialogue between emily and richard seemed so real and I could totally picture it in my mind. I had always wondered what that conversation was about and I liked your take on it!
| Allison'sGirlfriend chapter 1 . 2/6/2009
Oh that was absolutely scrumptious! I loved how you explained the silent arguement from the show - and that really is a hideous ashtray. I also adored the fact that Richard was cognizant of her earring while nibbling her ear. I've said it before, but it bears repeating, you have these characters' voices down so marvelously. I can hear Kelly and Edward between your quotations. Well done, baby! Well done!
| Scarlett88 chapter 1 . 6/19/2008
Fantastic job, I loved reading it.
| B. Alex Burke chapter 1 . 11/24/2007
aww! they're so cute together! i really prefer this version to any of the other one's i've read. :]] hope to see more of your work up soon. i really rather enjoy it.
| RiskaSG chapter 1 . 11/12/2007
great idea to write the scene we saw through the window only in 5x12. Now I'm wondering - if I'd read their lips, would it match with your lines? ;) Fun lines it sure were, great explanation for why Richard "moved" the ashtray and well, the dialouge was hilarious, the topic they spoke about was and I loved you picked it up at the end of the fic again.
Talking of which - the second part of the story was a good read, too. I like how you picked up the title in the story aka Miss Celine called them "Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward, a love story for the ages". Such a sweet thing to say. Sighs. The funniest and most classic line of the story probably was Emily and her "“After what you said to the girls earlier, I have no idea how much of an exhibitionist you’ve become." It totally cracked me up.
There I was laughing and continued to grin until, just some seconds later, I had swallow at the "“Don’t you remember when it caught fire at their Christmas party?” Emily asked, then when she remembered why he hadn’t been there her laughter abruptly stopped" .
You sure know how to play with a readers emotions. Which is what makes this story so good. I got intriguied, I was entertained in a comic and a dramatic way. Great mixture.
| Mary chapter 1 . 11/11/2007
I always wondered what Emily and Richard were saying..as we only saw them through the window...the ashtray story was really cute...you do so well writing my favourite couple, I hope you write more...I also like Paul and Joanne...
| EmilyandRichard4ever chapter 1 . 11/11/2007
i loved it. i could actually see that happening.