|Reviews for New Beginnings: The Everett Family Saga Continues|
| ADDAMSFAMILYTREE chapter 8 . 5/30
"NANNY & THE PROFESSOR" was one of TV's main unsung legends. Besides, why not have Nanny visiting the L.A. suburb of La Cresenta, and when some hoods attempt to use Nanny's 1971-72 Chevrolet C30 pickup truck for a getaway vehicle by taking her and Prudence hostage, which results in none other than Sgt. T.J. Hooker (a cousin of Prof. Everett) coming to the rescue? LOL! Besides, how do we know that Prof. Everett isn't a nephew of Jim and Margaret Anderson of "FATHER KNOWS BEST"?
| ADDAMSFAMILYTREE chapter 7 . 5/30
How about a good crossover in which Prof. Everett and Nanny (now married) go to a convention in Los Angeles near to Nanny's time to deliver, and L.A. County Paramedics Gage and Desoto have to deliver the baby in the hotel room? Afterall, there ain't exactly that many crossovers between "EMERGENCY!" and "NANNY & THE PROFESSOR".
| ADDAMSFAMILYTREE chapter 6 . 5/30
So far so good. Now, how about a good crossover in which the Everett family receives a visit from the Cunningham family of Milwaukee? It'd make a great crossover between "NANNY & THE PROFESSOR" and "HAPPY DAYS". Afterall, maybe the Everetts are related to the Cunninghams via Howard's sister being the biological mother of Professor Everett? Maybe even Fonzie could learn more by tagging along?
| ADDAMSFAMILYTREE chapter 5 . 5/30
Maisie Everett? What a truly corny name. LOL! Bartholomew Everett would be far more handsome, to say the least. Anyway, what if someone plotted a homicide in that town, and the victim was someone who had a disagreement with Nanny, resulting in her arrest, and Perry Mason comes in to defend her as a back owed favor to Prof. Everett who's his nephew? For a good title, why not "THE CASE OF THE NOTORIUS NANNY"? All you need is for Perry Mason to call in former fellow law school students George Baxter, Oliver Wendell Douglas, and Ben Matlock to help with the defense of Phoebe Figalilly Everett, and Mason's 1ST cousin Robert Ironside to investigate in order to find the real culprit. Us readers would much appreciate it.
| ADDAMSFAMILYTREE chapter 4 . 5/30
How soon until the Everett family gets a vacation to Minnesota to visit Cousin Murray Slaughter, and his family in Minneapolis? Meaning, they get a tour of the studios of WJM-TV where Murray's employed as newswriter to one Ted Baxter. It'd make a great crossover for "NANNY & THE PROFESSOR" and "THE MARY TYLER MOORE SHOW"? Nanny Phoebe Figalilly Everett would surely like exchanging ideas with Phyllis Lingstrom, Rhoda Morganstern, Georgette Baxter, Sue Ann Nivens, and especially Mary Richards in the flesh. LOL!
| ADDAMSFAMILYTREE chapter 3 . 5/30
How nice of Prof. Harold Everett, Sr. to wed Phoebe Figalilly. Yet, when can us readers expect anykind of a good crossover story? For example, "NANNY & THE PROFESSOR MEET COLUMBO". That's one title to consider.
| ADDAMSFAMILYTREE chapter 2 . 5/30
Who is this Trelawney character anyway? Just the same, however, how soon until the Everetts go on vacation to let's say Orly County, and encounter Sheriff Lobo, crossover wise that is?
| ADDAMSFAMILYTREE chapter 1 . 5/30
Very interesting so far. However, is it possible to consider a crossover title such as "B.J. & THE BEAR MEET NANNY & THE PROFESSOR"?
| forever fan chapter 4 . 9/30/2012
This is really a nice chapter - I think so much of this story sounds like a great YA novel with all of the good information and insight about school and the workings of the minds of children and teens.
Good job - I wonder how Trelawney is doing at her school...?
| forever fan chapter 3 . 9/26/2012
What a lovely surprise to find a continuation of your story! So nice to "catch up" with the family after the birth of the baby and the children going back to school. Very nice transition from the last story to this one - I'm looking forward to Trelawney rejoining the family.
Chapter 2 was very good and very descriptive. I always enjoy the insightful details you give school life - as well as the character development for Butch - who sometimes seems to be the 'lost' middle child.
Great to see more from you - looking forward to reading the next installments! Cheers!