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Review of chapter "The Epilogue." from RemingtonSmythe
Review:
Absolute perfection!
Comments from author:
Thank-you very much.

Cheers,
DaveT.
Review By [RemingtonSmythe] • Date [13 Aug 10] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "The Epilogue." from (Current Donor)Tempi
Review:
Hilarious take on the old classic. I look forward to your next story.
Comments from author:
Thank-you muchly.

DaveT.
Review By [(Current Donor)Tempi] • Date [25 Jul 09] • Rating [9 out of 10]
Review of chapter "The Epilogue." from RafMereC
Review:
Absolutely loved the whole story.
Raf
Comments from author:
Thank-you so much.
DaveT.
Review By [RafMereC] • Date [25 Jul 09] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "The Epilogue." from Mcspender
Review:
All's well what ends... well.
Too bad that Willy left the really interesting parts out of the play ;).
See ya!!!.
Comments from author:
Unlike you lot his audience wasn't ready for the truth!
Cheers,
DaveT.
Review By [Mcspender] • Date [24 Jul 09] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "The Epilogue." from MarcusRowland
Review:
Awwwww.... happy endings all round. Nice one.
Comments from author:
Thank-you, do you think Shakespeare will have stopped spinning by now?
DaveT.
Review By [MarcusRowland] • Date [24 Jul 09] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "The Epilogue." from TweedWizz
Review:
Look forward to another highly original cross that only you seem capable of thinking of.

PS. Capable = mad enough.
Comments from author:
I blame Monty Python...The Goodies...some weird comedy shows on the radio, but maily me!

Cheers
DaveT.
Review By [TweedWizz] • Date [24 Jul 09] • Rating [9 out of 10]
Review of chapter "The Epilogue." from CPTSkip
Review:
Dang, it's over! But I loved what you did with Willy's work. So nice to finally find out what the real story behind R&J really was. Because we all know there had to be a 'real story' behind the play as the two lead characters in Willy's play were too stupid to ever figure out how to plow each other's fields. Lol! Well done and I look forward to your next opus. And I don't mean the penguin, but then again that would make an interesting crossover...
Comments from author:
You're weird (pot/kettle)! But thanks anyway...hmmm penguins?
Cheers,
DaveT
Review By [CPTSkip] • Date [24 Jul 09] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "The Epilogue." from batzulger
Review:
Excellent and hysterical as always.
Comments from author:
Thank-you,
DaveT.
Review By [batzulger] • Date [24 Jul 09] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "The Epilogue." from robertlisle
Review:
Funny story. Great reinterpretation of a classic play with a bit of fractured fairy tale for good measure. I always thought Romeo and Juliet would go better with vampires(though not the sparkly kind.)
Comments from author:
Thank-you,
DaveT.
Review By [robertlisle] • Date [24 Jul 09] • Rating [9 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Act 8." from Mcspender
Review:
I think now is a good time for the backup to show.
Excellent fight scene dude, too bad that a rapier can't be used to behead =).
See ya!!.
Comments from author:
Blades a bit too light...mind-you I've never tried.

Cheers,
DaveT.
Review By [Mcspender] • Date [22 Jul 09] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Act 8." from MarcusRowland
Review:
Careless! But I think Faith is more than equal to the problem.
Comments from author:
Cheers,
DaveT.
Review By [MarcusRowland] • Date [22 Jul 09] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Act 7." from TheatricalBarrister
Review:
Okay, color me stupid. I just read this whole thing from the start, and didn't notice the note in the description about Black Adder until Act 6. I recognized Nursie (without benefit of said note), but never made the connection with Sir Percy until the last paragraph of Act 7. I must say that I am glad that you've made both characters quite a bit more intelligent than their archetypes. Juliet, on the other hand, seems to be about as single minded in her pursuit of losing her viriginity as the original Nursie was in her obsession with breasts.

Very entertaining, and I'm looking forward to the next installment.
Comments from author:
The Blackadder xover is just a very minor one, I sort of pictured Juliet as 'Queenie'. Bit of trivia; Nursie in Blackadder II was based on Nurse in Romeo and Juliet.

Anyway glad you liked it, more today final part about Friday.

Cheers,
DaveT.
Review By [TheatricalBarrister] • Date [21 Jul 09] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Act 7." from MarcusRowland
Review:
He needed a church and maybe a priest, but definitely some holy water. Just because he was brave didn’t mean he was stupid!

Now there's a straight line if ever there was one...
Comments from author:
Cheers,
DaveT.
Review By [MarcusRowland] • Date [20 Jul 09] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Act 7." from CPTSkip
Review:
Your female characters have such honey tongues. And I don't mean that in a dirty way. First it is Faith with: “You don’t look so bad y’self.” in reply to Percy's nice little speech about the hotness that is Faith. And then it is Juliet with a mouth like a poxy Venusian whore. I love your story. I just hope Percy doesn't get kilt before Faith can be plowed again. Lol! Love this story, except for the the werebears, of course. I know. I need to move on. Lol!
Comments from author:
Thank-you,
DaveT.
Review By [CPTSkip] • Date [20 Jul 09] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Act 7." from Mcspender
Review:
And It's On!!!.
Juliet's quite the Ho, ready to betray her Bros. (By the way, that was the funniest parody of the balcony scene I've read in years =) )
Nursie got quite the nasty bruise, but thanks to Lady Luck, she's quite all right.
And now, the end is near, and so we face the final curtain, I think there's gonna be quite a dust up of epic proportions in the beautiful Verona.
Oh yes, indeed.

See ya!!
Comments from author:
yes only another couple of Acts to go.

Cheers,
DaveT.
Review By [Mcspender] • Date [20 Jul 09] • Rating [10 out of 10]
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