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Author has written 20 stories for Simpsons, Supernatural, Gilligan's Island, Animaniacs, Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew, Psych, and Total Drama series.
The name was inspired by both Sideshow Bob and a 'Chicago!' musical kick I was on at the time of this account's creation. I'm also known as Isis 47 over on Fiction Press, just so you people know I don't just write fanfics. I have been writing Simpsons fics for a good part of three years now, and have been writing Gilligan's Island fics every now and then (and one crossover of a Psych and Supernatural story that I've just recently finished after over a year). Also, just got into 'The Great Mouse Detective,' so I plan on posting a few of those, too, if I get around to finishing it. I have mild ADD, so I'm always starting and not finishing a lot of stuff, but don't enjoy to leave a story hanging. So yeah, I'll get around to finishing certain stuff sometime eventually. I love Broadway (and Animaniacs) music and despise country (aside from some songs, but none that have the strong accent).
My obsession on the Simpsons: the Terwilligers, The Simpsons, and Sideshow Mel. You'll see all three of these families/people in my fics.
I want to tell you here and now: I won't kick off any of Sideshow Bob's family members. Or do BORT. I love Francesca and Gino, so I'm sorry. I can read other stories that have, but I don't really do that in my stories. There might be one or two that will not involve them, but I do like the general idea of Bob having a family (in most cases - you will find out what I mean in the fics).
And before I forget, all Simpsons characters go to Matt Groening. Except for my OCs. And other people's OCs. Nothing/no one else on here is mine. Except story plots. Unless we're talking song fics. Then I'll have to go into precise detail about copyrights and catfights.
These are several story ideas that I may or may not start, and some that I already have:
Live and Lost—Sideshow Mel’s story, like ‘Life.’ Centers more around his career before becoming a sideshow - mostly.
You Just Won’t Succeed—Song one-shots, each a different story made into mini-stories. Because I’m going through a David H. Pierce phase, this’ll include the Terwilligers and a LOT of ‘Spamalot,’ or other DHP songs. Started on one song, but this is a series of song fics. It’ll be a LONG while before it’s done . . .
One By One—All of the Terwilligers deaths, like the ‘Ten Little Soldier Boys’ nursery rhyme. Possibly has ‘Life’ as a background for Cecil.
Don’t Blow It—Like ‘The Great Louse Detective,’ except with Marge and Cecil. And another Simpsons villain we haven’t seen in a while . . . .
Sideshows—An important Krusty episode from both sideshow's pasts are looked at in their points of views. Two different episodes, two different paths.
Trial—Sideshow Bob’s trial for framing Krusty, and thoughts. One-shot.
Flashbacks - LONG after their rescue, Gilligan reflects back upon those days at the island. One-shot.
The Great Mouse Detective
My Story - The entire town of Mouse London is being stalked by a killer at night, and one amnesic girl might be the key to unlocking it. Told through the eyes of said teenage girl-mouse, and a bit of Jack the Ripper and 'Jekyll and Hyde' mix into the whole killer story. Started, but deleted. Sorry guys, I have some other stuff going on right now.
Dreams - Basil sets to discover what a recurring dream means, in which a young mouse is shot. I don't know if I'll just make it a one-shot on the dream, or if it'll turn into a full-blown story.
Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew
Ladybug - Posting the first chapter really soon. Takes place during/after the computer game Ghost of Thornton Hall, but before The Silent Spy. Major spoilers for Thornton Hall, so don't read ahead of the next two sentences if you plan on playing the game. A two or three-shot; as Nancy is finishing up her case, the brothers have one of their own. But one very important fact (or shall I say . . . SONG!) links what Nancy has seen at the mansion and the boys' case together, one little thing that opens a whole new world into one terrifying revelation: there truly are things that cannot be explained.
Total Murder Island - I'll think of a better name later. This is a really old idea of mine (and, from what I've seen, a very cliché horror idea for a story period...), which I have mostly finished writing out. Plan on posting for sure, just to entertain you guys while I finish up other stories. First season characters (as this is OLD - sorry if it's AU compared to the show now) on a deserted island . . . with a murderer. Watch as the players of this exotic game fight for their lives, all the while discovering bits about Chris' past. I'm editing it now (so it isn't THAT AU), and plan on posting once it is finished.
Within the Walls - This takes place after All Stars, with Mike's personalities. Possible one or two-shot. The personalities, after pressing the reset button, all wake up inside a beautiful mansion, with red and gold and blue all over! There are the necessities for life: a kitchen, library of Mike's memories, bedrooms, a game room, everything. But how ARE they still alive after pressing that reset button? Will Mike ever know they are? And for lord's sake, how does the Malevolent One fit into all of this? Started and almost finished, but not posted until I KNOW for SURE it's done and I won't just leave it sitting there collecting dust and unfinished.
All Crossover Ideas Involving Already Started/Finished Stuff
Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew and Scooby Doo: 'Never Again.' One-shot. Nancy Drew and the Hardy boys investigate a series of crime waves that are building up in Crystal Cove, and find a gang of teenagers that might be able to help them out here. So they set up a meeting . . . . But no. There was NO possible way she was going to pay that restaurant bill. FINISHED! Silly, but FINISHED!
Total Drama Island and Animanaics: 'Christmas Drama.' A certain host is visited by the three Warners of past, present, and future at Christmas. Zaniness and scissors are soon to follow this story that is currently being held together by rubber bands, and that ain't a good thing! FINISHED!
Gilligan's Island and The Simpsons: 'Island Smash Up.' After a bolt of lightning and an odd white light explodes from the TV, the Simpsons find themselves on a deserted island . . . with seven castaways. Everybody is in Simpson-style, no third-dimension-headache-causing stuff.
Animanaics and Futurama: 'Yakkorama.' After a freak accident involving cloning and, of course, an Animaniacs thousand-year-old re-run, the Express Crew are left with the Warners . . . and a LOT of zaniness and candy! How will it all turn out? A-a-a-a-ah...I'll think of something later.
Psych and Supernatural: 'A Supernatural Psych,' FINISHED! Supernatural murders in Santa Barbara attract the likings of Sam and Dean, and there you have it! A lot of confusion, pineapples, and other supernatural and terrifying things - such as Lassey's hair style - occur next!
When you dial a mental hospital:
Welcome to Psychiatric World. If you are obsessive-complusive, please press one repeatedly.
If you are codependent, please ask someone to press 2.
If you have multiple personalities, please press 3, 4, 5, and 6.
If you are paranoid-delusional, we know who you are and what you want. Just stay on the phone so we can trace the call.
If you are schizophrenic, listen carefully and the little voice will tell you which number to press.
If you are manic depressive, it doesn't matter which number you press. No one will answer.
If you are delusional and hallucinate, please be aware that the thing you are holding on the side of your head is alive and about to bite off your ear.
I like to see reviews that give me what you like and didn't like. Also, I kinda don't like it when you favorite something or add it to alerts without reviewing or PMing me. I mean, I do appreciate it that you like it that much, but it isn't the same when you don't tell me WHY. It's especially annoying when that happens with a certain story, and it has more alerts/favs than reviews (or people reviewing). It's fine if you can't finish it and fav for now, and then come back later to review (I do that, I know), but I've been seeing with several stories they have way more alerts than real reviews. This is bolded for a reason, I really don't like my story situations.
Point being: Can't anybody just take four seconds to leave a review? Even if it's not too long, let me know you're out there. :/
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