|Reviews for Find Out Who Your Friends Are|
| Veronika Krajnik chapter 1 . 1/10/2016
thank you for frank ! i really like all lieutenant which helped milt in the seasons but i love frank ! he is a special one - wonderful story and i wonder who you get all those brilliant ideas it can be only few song parts its a part from you a special one
| mcintyre1013 chapter 1 . 12/3/2008
Talking songfics - We are the champions by Queen seems made for Mark...
Love your stuff (and LM Lewis', and Owls', and...)!
| Jaz22 chapter 1 . 12/1/2008
Great story! I really liked delving into Mark's thoughts as he realizes he's kind of on his own, only to have him discover he's not alone after all. There were so many great lines, and of course Frank is wonderful-you write him so well. Having him pull up a wall in the cell next to Mark was a perfect visual image.
Thanks for another great read.
| JeanneZ84 chapter 1 . 11/29/2008
Yea that story does fit with thesong very well.
Yes anyone of them Frank,Milt,or Mark would defianantly drop anything they were doing to help each other out anytime at all.
Mark finally relized in this story he does have good friends who would do anything in the world for him and he knows he would do anything for them.
That is what Friendship is all about.
I love this story.
It'd be nice to see what happens afterwards when The Judge comes back from San Diego.
| june08 chapter 1 . 11/28/2008
| 302pilot chapter 1 . 11/28/2008
Oh, I love when Frank's a part of any story. and I, too, was facinated by the fact that the judge was so much a part of this piece and he wasn't even there! You know these guys so well, and your understanding of Frank's place in their relationship is spot-on. It all fits perfectly into the lyrics...
'(they) never stop to think
“What’s in it for me”, or “it’s way too far”...
They just show on up…with their big ol' heart.
You find out who your friends are…'
Thanks so much for sharing!
| L.M.Lewis chapter 1 . 11/28/2008
I've always enjoyed your Frank and Mark back-story. You've got Frank nailed as the worldly-wise quintessential cop-not one to give his trust blindly to anyone, especially a guy with a record-and someone who puts Mark a little off-balance at times. I love how you've portrayed his relationship with Mark as a nicely balanced series of gives and takes, with gradually expanding trust. This story is a wonderful addition to the set and proof (as all your "early" stories are) that the journey is always as important as the destination.
| owlcroft chapter 1 . 11/28/2008
It's always a pleasure to find Frank Harper in a story and this is no exception. One of the best things about this one is McCormick mis-reading a situation for once, and being surprised to realize exactly what _is_ going on. And it's just what we'd expect from Frank, too.
Another fascinating thing is how much the judge is a part of the story even though he's never "on-screen". His persona is so strong and such an integral part of the canon that he doesn't _need_ to be visible to be part of the story.
I've said it before, and I'll repeat it now - nobody does Frank like you do. And I just love your writing. It's lucid, it's rational, it's grammatical, and it's totally "Hardcastle and McCormick".