|Reviews for Gonna Wash That Girl Right Outta My Hair|
| Muzzlehatch chapter 1 . 9/26/2012
And next year, football!
| Jason chapter 1 . 9/10/2012
Shego consistently engages in activities that put people's lives in danger. It's plainly obvious that just like in comic book universes no jail can hold her. So how should she be dealt with?
And the whole "allowed to do bad things" bit, no one is allowed to do them. That's why they can be punished for them.
| Guest chapter 1 . 9/10/2012
While I am right there with you on not really liking the antagonistic relationship between Shego and Kim, I do feel that this story was extremely well written considering its theme and goal. You challenged the ethical ramifications of what Kim did extremely well and you delivered the messages of cause-and-effect and responsibility in a very powerful way. Very well done.
| BlueLion chapter 1 . 9/10/2012
good interpretation - I like it!
| bhut chapter 1 . 9/10/2012
I don't know. Maybe it's because I'm not as KiGo as you, but it was still a very fun story. KP, for once, had been stuck with the consequences, and Ron, as always, was something of a comic relief. That said, I do agree with Shego's point, and it made me enjoy the story even more. Cheers!
| RunnerX chapter 1 . 9/10/2012
Interesting concept, to say the least.
I'm so glad this isn't KiGo.
| List of Romantics chapter 1 . 9/9/2012
Hot damn, I'd forgotten how how good it is to read good KP writing -the slash community for KP isn't what it once was, or perhaps that's just my perception of it.
I liked the ethical issues you raised here. Kim, especially in the cartoon, always had, in my opinion, a kind of haughty moral superiority, a "Disney Hero Complex" whereby her pooh didn't stink and she did no wrong. Obviously this is a false position, as your fic demonstrated.
I especially like that Anne is the voice of reason. And when I think about how criminally her character was handled in the show, that saddens me. Yes, I cop to having a thing for MILFs, especially if they happen to be outstanding, intelligent women.
I did not like the lack of KiGo ;3
| Fabius Maximus chapter 1 . 9/9/2012
Very nice story- and is very much in character for both Kim and Shego, which can be extremely difficult to do well- congrats. Kim has shown in the past with Ron that she's able to rationalize changing people "for their own good" and Shego has shown her hatred of being controlled- but equally, you kept shego well in line with her character and ambiguous nature by having her deliver a punishment that was both meaningful for shego (Kim changed her, now Shego will change Kim) yet just and not cruel...though one bets Shego chuckles everytime she sees Kim running around on the field as opposed to leading a cheer.
| Invader Johnny chapter 1 . 9/9/2012
Well Kim kinda deserved the mind control at the end because she basically took Shego's free will but it was certanly humorous how Kim now becane a jock.
Invader Johnny Signing Off.
| Alsike chapter 1 . 9/9/2012
Beautiful! And it's totally not anti-Kigo. It's got all the basics of a good Kigo tale - Kim beginning to see Shego as a real person who makes choices, not just an enemy to defeat, Shego being in character evil and yet also pushing Kim to be more and better than she is, even if she does it through EVIL, their usual intense obsession with each other, and awkward nakedness. Also, you didn't tell us exactly what Shego said, so there's room for possibility there.
So basically, even when you're not writing Kigo, you're writing Kigo. That's what yuri-goggles are for.