|Reviews for Return of the Informer|
| dust on the wind chapter 3 . 8/2/2011
Ah, bless him. A favourite character of mine gets a little extra depth. Nice work.
| snooky chapter 3 . 8/2/2011
oh my. What fun. A deer caught in the headlights, his full name. What a hoot! And one of my favorite episodes. Can't wait to see what is up next for our poor Wagner. Oh, and what ever happened to that Flux capicitor?
| Canadian Hogan's Fan chapter 3 . 8/2/2011
Oh, it's been a long time since I've seen that one, but you brought it back for me beautifully. Another great job in this saga!
| Jennaya chapter 3 . 8/2/2011
I like the romantic overtones in this one. Maybe he'll find love when the war is over. It's definitely not the career he expected to have!
| Evenmoor chapter 3 . 8/2/2011
Oh, Wagner, Wagner, Wagner. You're too good at this undercover stuff for your own good!
I wonder if he and Lila ever do get back together...
| ColHogan chapter 3 . 8/2/2011
Poor Wagner. Can't seem to catch a break no matter how hard he tries. He'd better not get too comfortable and relaxed because he will be back again. Sounds like maybe Hogan should make him an honorary member of their little group. LOL.
| emeraldarrows chapter 2 . 7/31/2011
Your voice and style - as usual - is wonderful. Excellent.:)
| Goldleaf83 chapter 1 . 7/30/2011
Aaaannd, I was thinking so much about Wagner/Morgan in the first review that I forgot to say that I loved how you incorporated Olsen as you had developed his character in "The Guys in the Back Row." The story offers an excellent extension of Olsen's character doing the job you set him up for, and Olson's decision to tell Hogan about Wagner creates a perfect hook between the chapters in explaining Hogan's response when Wagner/Morgan shows up again. Nicely subtle and very well done!
| Goldleaf83 chapter 2 . 7/30/2011
Oh my, I just looked up Noam Pitlik on IMDB and realized the scope of your ambition for this project! It's off to a wonderful start: you've established a terrific link between these two episodes that form the basis for your first two chapters. The characterization for Wagner is both plausible and very funny, almost Carteresque in his bumbling bad luck and his ability to tune in to his aggressive streak when circumstances force him into the role - all in a good cause, of course! And his conversations with Hogan in Chapter 2 are priceless! Looking forward to the upcoming chapters - the final line of Chapter 2 augers well for them!
| Evenmoor chapter 2 . 7/30/2011
I'd almost feel sorry for Wagner - if he didn't get himself into the situation in the first place! I love your writing, and I can't wait to see what other misadventures Wagner has.
| Guest chapter 2 . 7/29/2011
Another well-thought-out chapter, which accounts very neatly for the reappearance of Wagner under another name, and also gives a plausible reason for why he's so extremely mouthy in that episode!
Keep going :)
| snooky-9093 chapter 2 . 7/29/2011
I can't say enough about these first two chapters. Your writing always brings a smile to my face. I loved how you brought your Olsen character back, and how you have developed our down on his luck informer. Can't wait til the next chapter.
| whirlyite chapter 2 . 7/29/2011
Intriguing idea - well done (as usual!). Looking forward to where you take this in future.
| Bits And Pieces chapter 2 . 7/29/2011
Ah, so that's how he ended up as Captain Morgan - makes perfect sense! I like your continued use of first person, and I thought it was very smart how you showed why Wagner had to take charge of the group. I have a feeling he's going to pop up again; I wonder who he'll be next time? Can't wait to find out! :-)
| ColHogan chapter 2 . 7/29/2011
Loved the differences you've shown between Lt. Wagner and Captain Wagner. His explanation for showing up on Hogan's doorstep again were perfectly believable. Can't wait to see how he shows up as again. Loved Hogan's line to Wagner at the end about staying at his "nice, safe, boring desk job." Fat chance of that happening.