|Reviews for Showers And Dragons|
| rlrct chapter 1 . 9/18/2012
Never saw season 1 - this makes it sound like it's worth getting the DVDs :-)
| DorothyOz chapter 1 . 7/12/2012
But I have a question here...wasn't she supposed to be from Barcelona? And do Mexicans make paella? 'cause that's a Spanish (from Spain) dish...don't really know if Mexicans do it too...
As a curious note, let me tell you that her name wasn't abnormally long. She has 2 surnames (perfectly normal for Europeans and Mexicans too) and the addition of Maria to the name of a female WAS traditional in Spain for more than one reason and probably it was/is in Spanish America... if she was approximately Harm's age, then it's perfectly normal for her to have it, having therefore 2 names Maria Elena or Maria Carmelita, the only weird thing is the addition of another one, giving her 3 names.
But ignoring my curiosity, I loved this story. It was cute :)
| jpstar57 chapter 1 . 7/11/2012
| Guest chapter 1 . 7/11/2012
VERY cute, Vid. Loved it!
| Michi uk chapter 1 . 7/11/2012
I enjoyed that vidz i remember that episode too. her name just glides off your tongue. Thanks!
| Saissa chapter 1 . 7/11/2012
We never actually see or meet Maria in canon - she was always only ever a name on Keeters lips, right?).
Alison Krennick has absolutely NOTHING against any dark sultry latina women with molten pools of dark chocolate eyes, and long long legs.
Blue eyes and short blonde hair the way Alison wears it, is just ho hum - boring!
| Lynnp chapter 1 . 7/11/2012
Loved it! I *so* remember that episode! It was one of my favourites from the first season, especially as Krennick didn't get her way!
| robertwnielsen chapter 1 . 7/11/2012
Funny...and good! :) Love how Maria immediately got paranoid when Harm mentioned the woman in the shower...great little story...could really sense Harm's enjoyment of and Maria's discomfort with the whole situation. Definitely favoriting.
| byrhthelm chapter 1 . 7/11/2012
Nice one! Funnily enough that's more or less what I had planned for the equivalent chapter! Except for not making Maria Elena Carmelita Moreno Gutierrez (God, I love that name!) a Mexicana