Reviews for In Memoriam
Darkflame's Pyre chapter 1 . 8/2/2012
As much as I don't particularly like Alan, that really isn't the nicest way to die...

You had me nearly choking on my Big M with Tin-Tin's... erm... exhibition. Trust the kid to be dreaming about that...

But lol-ing over the fact that he's damn stupid enough to stick a metal implement into a hot toaster... Whoops

Great entertainment. Thank-you! Xx
Lydia chapter 1 . 7/9/2012
i was good at the beginning, then the ending wasn't good, Alan wouldn't be died that quickly, they could of done something to save him.
Trillianaus chapter 1 . 7/5/2012
ROFLMAO! This on the heels of "Not the Boys we know"...talk about deliciously wicked :-);-)
Celandine Sandyman chapter 1 . 7/5/2012
I'll state the obvious...Tin Tin is the most annoying character ever. But I love her in your stories! It would be just like to her to run around thrusting her boobs in people's faces at inappropriate moments. Great story, really made me giggle :)
LexietFive chapter 1 . 7/5/2012
Oh I loved this story. It's the first time I read it but its great. Loved how a tiny peanut saw him off . Then my own dream came true! He finally fell off that bridge! How I wanted that to happen every time I saw that episode. As for his third death well only Alan could be so dense to do that. And as for who will fly TB3 in his place. The best man for the job John! Just plain brilliant. This is definitely being favourited.
Teobi chapter 1 . 7/5/2012
When I logged in just now, the secure code it gave me was 'head'. Um. First I lmao, then I remembered it's a Monkees reference! HOW VERY APT AND COINCIDENTAL to mark the triumphant and very, very welcome return of my old mucker Ell Aitch! How I've missed you. I didn't realise how much until you left ffic. The fun went out of TB for me, I missed how we used to chuckle at Parker saying 'mon ammy', and your amazing characterisation of Jefferson, especially when he started doing Morecambe and Wise impressions.

They say a change is as good as a rest. Maybe a rest is as good as a change? Anyway, hell's bells it's good to have you back. The first thing I did was laugh out loud at your story cover picture of Bratboy Alan in his stripey "what the hell is that made of, Grandma's curtains?" jacket. Push him off the bridge, Grandma!

I don't know if I can do the whole bullet points thing for this awesome work of genius. More likely I'll just ramble on until I run out of room or something. I remember how popular this story was the first time around. I can only hope it gets a fresh batch of thoroughly deserved reviews in its second run. AND- congrats on your first foray into professional writing with Adam. That took guts, and I'm incredibly proud to call you my friend, really I am, and I ought to tell you more often. Blummin' eck, this is getting like a family reunion! I feel as though I should be running across a meadow with my arms flung wide!

FIRST DEATH.

Caused by a peanut. A PEANUT. Not an explosion, or a collision, or a cave-in. A PEANUT. **High fives Mr. Peanut**

Alan had got up, got dressed in his favourite cowprint jacket, white trousers, and his favourite accessory, strapping his wristwatch to the belt of his white jeans, in a move of true individuality.

- Because no sensible person in the world would wear a wristwatch on their trousers. Unless they liked fondling themselves whenever they wanted to know what time it was.

Virgil sipping a cocktail while reading Kine magazine by the pool. What a lollygagger.

Jeff with his glasses on. Watch out!

Tin-Tin floating around and winding Scott up in her bikini. Err, Tin-Tin in her bikini, not Scott. Although I'm sure he'd like to be. What? I'm confused now. Moving on.

Scott going through a 'Fat Elvis' phase. Words. Fail. Me. (although you can clearly see that they don't.) Fat Elvis! Uh-huhh-huhh! (You go as Elvis Ted. You had your heart set on it. I'll go as Mother Teresa.)

Spider-Man 8. They're only up to 8?

Alan pinballing around the room with a peanut lodged in his throat. ROFL!

Tin-Tin being more concerned about her streaky makeup than her expiring boyfriend. Oh well, he's got four brothers!

Jeff and Scott more worried about/interested in Tin-Tin's heaving bosom than Alan going purple on the floor.

"For Chrissake, Tin-Tin, will you put them away?" he ranted. "I've got an unconscious son to deal with, here!" he needlessly pointed out.

- He needlessly pointed out!

Even the sad news of Alan's demise is swiftly sidelined by Jeff shouting "My youngest son is dead, and you try to distract me by getting your ta-tas out?"

- Is there to be NO DIGNITY for the blond bombshite, even in death? Answer: No.

"He's dead," Scott replied, simply.- These are the times when I wish one of the brothers was called Jim. :)

"He can't be dead, Scott. Who the hell's gonna pilot Thunderbird Three?" Jeff asked.- Um, John? Y'know, the better-looking, more capable of the two blond brothers. The Swedish Adonis, as someone once called him. The one with The Gay Aura. The one who knows how to dress without accessorising his crotch!

Jeff feeling violated by Tin-Tin's ta-tas. This is the man with five sons, right?

Scott still trying to be serious while everyone else is running around like something out of a Brian Rix farce. :D

I sooo wanted Scott to do the whole Monty Python routine. "He's shuffled off this mortal coil! He's rung down the curtain and joined the Choir Invisible! He is a dead Tracy!"

Tin-Tin running off to console Gordon. Meanwhile, Jeff won't believe Alan's dead until Brains says so. There are times when poor Scott must feel about as useful as a chocolate teapot!

Brains's turn to do the power slide! "Alan! N-n-n-n-n-n-n-n-n-n-..."

Denial. "It's more than just a river in Egypt," Scott agreed.

OHMYGOD HOW I'VE MISSED YOU!

SECOND DEATH.

To everyone's dismay/delight, Alan finally falls off the bridge.

THIRD DEATH.

No, I won't spoil it. :D :D :D

Suffice to say, what a maroon. What a knucklehead. What an imbecile! And what fun it was to read this story all over again, and re-add it to Favorites!

Don't you dare take this sh1t off again, y'hear? we need your special brand of levity and whimsy. thunderbirds the TV show is so full of comic moments I'm surprised more people don't pick up on it. The show was fun! Jeff is hilarious! That British accent he puts on when he's at the racing with Lady Penelope! The pout that's just like Alan's in Atlantic inferno!

Welcome back, Ell Aitch. My world is a brighter place with you in it, and that's the genuine truth.

Hugs and cake and all stuff like that,

Teebs xxxxxxx
Sweet Christabel chapter 1 . 7/5/2012
This is genius! I couldn't stop giggling the whole way through! I remember your alternative title for 'Move and You're Dead', I still think it's a vast improvement. Alan is so very thick in this story, it suits him perfectly :) I love that he thinks he looks good in that outfit!

Nice to see you back, by the way :)
JoTracy123 chapter 1 . 7/5/2012
Ok i really liked that and its so good to have you back. Oh the plot bunny wouldn't leave me alone with the sneakiness of elder brothers. I have added a few more chapters to it. well done you xx