|Reviews for Fanfic Court|
| katbybee chapter 12 . 4/22
Meant to say "This story is the first in line as I was randomly cruising your story list. I plan on reading all of them." Hugs!
| katbybee chapter 13 . 4/22
Sue: I have decided to go through and read each HH work by my favorite authors, and you are the I just starting cruising your story list, and decided to start with this one. I am so glad I did! It is great! My daughter and grandchildren have been looking at me as if I am crazy all evening! Thanks for the laugh!
| BookQ36 chapter 3 . 5/12/2015
Hogan is so broken in spirit that he's become zen. I kinda love that.
| BookQ36 chapter 2 . 5/12/2015
First things first: I'm reading this aloud to my friend, who I have recently introduced to Both HH and MASH. We are lol-ing like nobodys business and greatly enjoing the story.
Second thing: I want the kid to be Billy Gates
Third thing: we love that Frank and Charles are their own separate 'injuries'
| foolondahill17 chapter 3 . 7/1/2014
Oh, I forgot to mention Sidney! Because I'm a MASH addict his cameo stood out especially, but I wanted to let you know that your characterization of him was just hilarious. The idea that he would use the username Sigmund to leave flattering reviews on angst stories is just so amusing, and strangely, something I could honestly see him doing, even though at first it seems to be completely incongruous to his character. But anyway, thanks very much for the laughs :)
| foolondahill17 chapter 1 . 6/29/2014
This is just wonderful. I rarely read parodies, but the premise of this was just too good to pass up. I really enjoyed it. It had me laughing out loud at parts. I especially enjoyed Hawkeye, not to mention your author's note at the end :)
| SherlockWholmes chapter 13 . 2/15/2014
This whole story was great. I'm a big fan of Hogan's Heroes, Night Court, and I think every other show you managed to reference. Good crossovers aren't easy to pull off, and this was top notch.
I really loved the ending. I didn't see it coming.
| literary1 chapter 13 . 2/15/2013
Oh my goodness! I'd read somewhere about this story, and just had to read it for myself. It was so funny! And true! (and we read the stories anyway...shame!) lol Thanks for a great story :)
| HeirofSomebodyImportant chapter 13 . 11/30/2012
3333 love xD
| Hummingbird2 chapter 13 . 12/11/2011
I love it! Of course, the fact that I'm a huge fan of angst and hurt/comfort may have something to do with it ;). Thanks!
| inhonoredglory chapter 13 . 8/19/2011
Glad I read this classic. It was really very well done, totally excellent. The ending was great, and I love your a/n about losing your data. I know that's all a part of the fun, isn't it?
And now, LOL lines time:
"But, the verdict didn't come. Harry was not done with his speech. The crowd groaned and leaned back."
"First, Major Hochstetter. I think you really need to learn to chill."
| inhonoredglory chapter 12 . 8/19/2011
Wow! How did you turn that around? From me feeling guilty for our putting the fellas through that, to Perry's revelation that we're doing the world good in our stories.
I forgot to ask, where is the story where LeBeau is Jewish?
| inhonoredglory chapter 11 . 8/19/2011
Wow, I didn't think Perry Mason could do anything to lift the weight of evidence against us. But now! Bringing up the character development from fanfiction; he's sure got a point. Love seeing all the depth we authors have gave our Heroes.
| inhonoredglory chapter 10 . 8/19/2011
Love the banter between Harry and Bull. But I'd agree with Harry; Klink's change of character is more like Superman.
Super ROFL lines: "He now wished he could use those cell phones. Unfortunately, the Stalag had no coverage."
"Riker was furiously attempting to get the Judge's attention. Klink was still in a stare-down with Mason. Hochstetter was reading a note given to him by an aide about threats to his life. Hogan was chewing aspirin. Burkhalter was thinking about sending the whole lot, including himself, to the Russian front, and Schultz was hoping that LeBeau would be out of the hospital in time to make him some strudel."
And what stories were these in?
"the Colonel was left virtually dead on your doorstep after a long run-in with the Gestapo"
"you were actually able to shoot the gun out of Major Hochstetter's hand, before he had a chance to execute Hogan"
"I have proof here, Kommandant, that while trapped in a cave-in, you were the one that calmed your prisoner down, kept him talking, gave him hope, while you were suffering from a severe injury"
"Klink scared the dickens out of me. Pulling me out of that car while I was handcuffed and holding that gun against my neck."
I know, Miss Ignorant here.
Sorry for the long comment...
| inhonoredglory chapter 9 . 8/19/2011
LOL how Burkhalter doesn't know if he'd Nimrod or not. And the story references sprinkled about... LOL!