|Reviews for The Fright of Day|
| inmate23 chapter 1 . 7/29/2014
This is something I was wondering about after recently watching Ass Fat Jungle for the first time after years of seeing it on TV. I too thought they have resolved the issue of night terrors far too quickly and if I were in Melissa's shoes, I'd be having trouble sleeping after what I'd seen. I quite liked their interactions on the show and was hoping there would be something more to it but it seemed from the way Alan spoke of her, that it would lead to something he was not prepared for and alas decided not to pursue, do to the fact that "she's fruity chewing gum, shopping malls and sexy sweatpants and I'm not". Shame really but at least we got to see them interact some more, when he got her out of prison several times. Back to your story - it's lovely, you have real grasp of their characters and thank you for writing this filler to one of my favorite episodes. Keep up the wonderful work.
| Nidhoegg chapter 1 . 10/3/2012
Okay, let's move on to this one. I have to say this was one of my favourite episodes, though I always felt that they solved the issue far too quickly - but then it likely wouldn't have fit into one episode.
Therefore, I really enjoyed how you dealt with it. Melissa's worry is quite tangible and as always the character's lines are spot-on. All I have to complain about is that it's only a one-shot - I want MOAR! XD
| ASuDC chapter 1 . 7/28/2012
What a clever and moving story…I really don’t know where you get your ideas for such outstanding plots…it’s terrific. ;-)
Poor Melissa, now the girl will get daily “night terrors” on her own, worrying if Alan will survive the nights. :-((( So it is high time for Denny to step in to release Melissa from her sorrows. ;-) Preferable with a rope around him and Alan – God I LOVE this scene. ROFL
The story itself is very compassionate and very well written – I really can “watch” it in my inner cinema – I enjoyed every sentence of it. ;-)
Alans and Melissas characters are spot – on, their word exchange, their gestures, everything – together with the lively description you accomplished again a superb BL story. I didn’t even missed Denny in this storyline - which is saying something. ROFL
Thank you so much for sharing…well done…you’re priceless!
| Peninkwell chapter 1 . 7/24/2012
Well done! Once more the characters ring so true!
| alynwa chapter 1 . 7/24/2012
This was wonderful! I had a feeling that was the situation you were alluding to and Melissa you were writing about and was glad to see I was right. Her fear and later, her resolve were very well done and came across clearly as did Alan's quiet desparation.
Thanks for sharing!