Reviews for Brown Study
tracey chapter 1 . 8/28/2008
i love this. max couldn't be a total idiot. he wouldn't have lasted as long as he did. and i like the idea that being a spy would have taken a toll. i imagine spies see pretty horrible things sometimes.
Kirijo.Kanaru chapter 1 . 8/14/2008
Very good.

Very cute.

99 is an adorable character.
yogam65 chapter 1 . 5/25/2008
Wow, great short. Most people don't notice Max's hands but they are huge. Good body part choice for 99 to notice.
kellylover chapter 1 . 2/21/2008
Wow. Very well written. You've captured 99's serious undertones very well. Good job!
elecktrum chapter 1 . 2/7/2008
I can see moments like this happening after the credits roll, when the absurdity is done and Max and 99 can return to whatever lives they have beyond their work. This story didn't need to be zany to be in character or to be thoroughly enjoyable. I loved the description 'practical grace.' It's very appealing and complimentary, especially when applied to something as strong and masculine as a man's hands.
Denise chapter 1 . 2/4/2008
I can just see 99 doing this, studying one aspect of Max and considering it as a metaphor for the evolution of their relationship and how she learned to look beyond his clumsiness to the good qualities with which she fell in love. I am, however, unclear on what a Brown Study is. I'm only now watching the entire span of Get Smart episodes on dvd-is it a reference to something mentioned in an episode?
Smoltenica chapter 1 . 2/2/2008
That was really well done.

It doesn't have the same unique humour of the TV series, but somehow it's just right. You've written 99 and Max really well, and I love 99's tone throughout.

Great work, my friend. :)
InactiveNotUsed chapter 1 . 2/1/2008
This is great, something which I would not have immediately thought of as applicable and usable in Get Smart - a genuinely romantic reflection with very serious overtones. Max and 99 appear as what they would have to be - spies, killers, intelligence officers. The zany humor of the series isn't absent from here - it is just not relevant.

I really like this - it's a wonderful little vignette.