|Reviews for What's To Become Of Dr Smith?|
| LAG0802 chapter 26 . 1/23
What a wonderful story, I think Jonathan Harris would have approved of your depiction of Dr. Smith. In so many ways he created character we all disliked, yet dearly loved. Lost in Space was one of my favorite shows growing up and still enjoy watching, will I was younger than Will at the time I wanted to be Penny.
Thank you for giving Dr. Smith some new life. LAG
| Hannah Lynn McDonald chapter 26 . 5/28/2014
AND THE DOCTOR LEAVES HIS NOTE AGAIN!
And I absolutely love the abridged story you told the Robinson's about the rest of this story. The silly superlatives and the counterproductive narration served your scheme and was captivating to read.
I loved every second of this story, and am so glad I found it. It was well written, and easy to see as an episode-or the movie. Although, I enjoyed this more because it focused more on you.
And thank you to the writer who helped the Doctor enter and beta this-I admire you for your patience and self control.
| Hannah Lynn McDonald chapter 24 . 5/28/2014
Yeah. Lying down, sleeping, letting others do all of the work, planning, staging the majority of the coup d'etat, doing most of the sabotage...etc.
| Hannah Lynn McDonald chapter 23 . 5/28/2014
You've probably long used up your quota for your lives...
| Hannah Lynn McDonald chapter 22 . 5/28/2014
I do SO love your personality-especially with tyrants.
| Hannah Lynn McDonald chapter 21 . 5/28/2014
Well, I was going to say something about pain, but the ending of this chapter quashed that.
| Hannah Lynn McDonald chapter 19 . 5/28/2014
For crying out loud-forget sabotaging it! Smith could probably rewire it into something entirely different if he wanted to!
And I still miss your comments...
| Hannah Lynn McDonald chapter 18 . 5/28/2014
Intriguing possibilities for your backstory...
| Hannah Lynn McDonald chapter 17 . 5/28/2014
Now how did I know he would come back?
I mean, besides the fact that either you time traveled, are from another universe, or-most probable-survived to write this memoir.
| Hannah Lynn McDonald chapter 16 . 5/28/2014
You actually do outrank West...Amazing!
And I half expected M'jek to do something would the drugs that would only imitate death...
| Hannah Lynn McDonald chapter 15 . 5/28/2014
"A coward dies many times before his death-
The valiant never tastes of death but once."
And there are few who fit into both categories.
| Hannah Lynn McDonald chapter 14 . 5/28/2014
Fight OR flight?
I think not.
More or 'fight AND flight'.
And then captured again...
| Hannah Lynn McDonald chapter 13 . 5/28/2014
Spies make wonderful cowards-they're so good at deflecting attention and just acting in general.
For that matter, cowards can make pretty good spies too, as they are good at deflecting attention and have a deep desire to remain ambulatory.
| Hannah Lynn McDonald chapter 12 . 5/28/2014
I will never, EVER even THINK about shish kebobs the same way again...
And I just realized that you use alliteration a LOT!
| Hannah Lynn McDonald chapter 11 . 5/28/2014
Quick thing-and I'm rather surprised you didn't notice it: West would want to 'wring' the man's neck, not 'ring' it. you 'ring' a bell, not a man's neck.
Although, ringing the man's neck would be an stimulating scenario, indeed.