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Review of chapter "Honorary grandfathers" from LordSchmodder
Nice touch with Hank visiting.
And a very good speech to Paisley regarding his guilt.
Comments from author:
Thank you. Yes, James feels dose deaths keenly, even after forty years.

Thanks for reviewing
Review By [LordSchmodder] • Date [1 Jan 12] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Honorary grandfathers" from Eureka
Happy New Year Vid.
So plenty to digest. Hank having thoughts of his children was def out from left field. Did NOT expect that! Can't wait to read about what Ellis did. That should be an interesting read.
Comments from author:
Thank you, you as well. Well, we are going for 'medium' Hank, so there has to be some humanity to the man...

The adventures of lt. Ellis will hopefully be that, yes.

Thanks for reviewing
Review By [Eureka] • Date [1 Jan 12] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Honorary grandfathers" from Shadowman
Another good chapter. I wonder if Hank will manage to regain his daughters trust again or if he will revert back?
Looking forward to the next part soon I hope.
Comments from author:
Hank has a chance and he'd better not mess it up. He started out fairly decent in canon. It went to hell after early season 2. I hope to make the regular Saturday update, but I make no promises.

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Review By [Shadowman] • Date [31 Dec 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Honorary grandfathers" from war
Wow alot to take in this chapter.

Nice to see Hank come to his senses. He's lucky Buffy forgave him if I was betrayed that bad I don't think I would be able to that.

Should be interesting what they get on Ted.

So the family is visiting the Wizard world for new years that should be interesting.

Good story looking forward to your next chapter.
Comments from author:
Buffy loves her father, as is shown in the pain she feels in the seasons that he ignores her. So any attention he shopws her is bound to be lapped up. Ted, yes that should be interesting.

The wizarding world won't know what hit them.

Thanks for reviewing
Review By [war] • Date [31 Dec 11] • Rating [8 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Honorary grandfathers" from Senko
Hmmmm I see a crossover on the horizon and an interesting story in Jame's actions, also some dark danger in that excavation particularly since they haven't gotten a bigger hammer. Anyway a nice littler family moment there I wonder if Hank will be able to come up with enough love to offset his actions previously? Oh and we have Ted sniffing around the wrong victim this time, with all these extra resources are they going to be patenting some new technology? The false skin alone should have huge possibilities in the fields of burn treatment and the like.

I'd say more but I've been up all night and I'm not thinking too clearly, of course that just means I'll come back tommorow and reread the chapter properly.
Comments from author:
MASH/Buffy (somewhat) and other crossovers in the works, yes indeed. Hank will need to do a lot of work to get back in his daughters' good books, but he did love and care for them for several years before he started to muck it up.

Ted is indeed sniffing around. Not a good thing at all... Hope you still liked it on the reread
Review By [Senko] • Date [31 Dec 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Social workers and interior decorating" from Shadowman
Just finished this story. I have seen and passed by this story for a while now thinking it wouldn’t be my type. I am now sorry I did not get to it before as I was very wrong in that regard.
It is a very well written and interesting with quite a bit of action but also a great deal of family and surrounding people interactions which I love as this adds a depth to a story and the characters.
I am very much looking forward to more of this story and am really hoping that it will keep going for a long time to come.
Comments from author:
Thank you, it is good to read that you liked it. Thought last weekend's update got lost in the Christmas Cheer, it is going to be a long one. And I have no plans to quite writing in the foreseable future.

I find I love writing interactions. The way people react to each other, and situations, is endlessly interesting to me.

Thanks for reviewing and again, I'm glad you liked it.
Review By [Shadowman] • Date [23 Dec 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Social workers and interior decorating" from etienneofthewestwind
The enemy of my enemy is not necessarily my friend, though useful for head-games, apparently. And entertainment. I hope we see the reactions to The Master's regard--Tucker's as well as the Buffy front.

Jon's reaction to Arlene's knee in Jack's crotch was priceless. Though clearly having her great-grandfather will do Evy good. Interesting that Evelyn seems to be a family on Jack's side...

The social services visits were fun, though ironic in that Paige doesn't know she got an early morning glimpse of her grandmother and four more sisters. Not to mention other relatives. Charmed is not a show I watched regularly and I can't quite remember why Paige was put for adoption. I know it was something about protecting her from some party/parties reaction to a half-whitelighter child, but I am fuzzy on what happened.

The revelation about Charlie opens a whole new can of possibility worms.

And we get to see Charles Winchester getting to be a grandfather figure...
Comments from author:
Oh we will indeed... Yes, Jack was a bit annoyed at the reaction. Jon adores his sister and named his daughter after her. Jack and Arlene talked about what to name a child, and Arlene had heard about Evy and decided that it was a good name.

Paige knows nothing of the Halliwels at this time, but she may yet learn... Some of the background I will go into in later chapters, but suffice it to say that the Elders are just as much, if not greater bastards than the PtB.

Jack is going to wait vengeance. With a capital V.

And it will do Charles good.

Thanks for reviewing.
Review By [etienneofthewestwind] • Date [18 Dec 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Social workers and interior decorating" from Meneldur
Very nice chapter. Ending a few arcs and tying everything in, all done very well.
So, Matthew and Paige have visited and gone, and everything's gone. Paige didn't get to meet her family, but considering the messes going on, that's probably for the best. And since she'll be coming over again, she'll meet them eventually.
So, what is Victor planning? I wonder how Cordelia will deal with it.
So, Jack and Arlene made up, somehow. And it turns out there was another plot. Not that they're going to get back together. But I think it went as well as it could go realistically.
Willow got her punishment, so that's over. But, apparently, she's also going to get the chance to meet/talk with some like minded people, and that'll be good for her.
So far it's going good with Charles. Can't wait to see more.
Comments from author:
Thank you, I felt it was about time to end a few arcs, yes.
Eventually is the right word. Victor is planning evil...

Both Arlene and Jack realized they were used and manipulated, and that Evy needs and wants to know them both. So they buried the hatchett partway, and will only dig it up to brain Marigold...

Willow going to the AJAS exhibition, I may even write that...

And next chapter has more Charles.

Thanks for reviewing.
Review By [Meneldur] • Date [18 Dec 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Social workers and interior decorating" from Eureka
Loved it Vid. So my question is this...WHEN is Paige gonna find out about the Halliwell part of her heritage? I mean I thought the girls were there during that meeting, but they didn't manage to see each other.

Had to re-read (SEVERAL times) where Arliene kicked Jack in the nads! And how Evy reacted to it all.
Comments from author:
Yup, I carefully kept the youngest P out of sight of her sisters and grandmother. Hehehehe. And now they are all gone, and Paige lives in Sunnydale, not San Fran.

I hope the rereading means you liked it and not that it was that incomprehensible?

Thanks for the compliment and thanks for reviewing.
Review By [Eureka] • Date [18 Dec 11] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Social workers and interior decorating" from carikate
Wonderful chapter!

Good to see more of the social workers - Matt and Paige. Will be interested to see how Matt's life changes with his interaction with this family - I don't think anybody can spend time with the Summers/Meier household and *not* have their life change, at least a little.

*LOVED* seeing Jack get his long-awaited thwapping -- and I think that Evy's Great-Grandfather's going to be very good for her.

Nice to get confirmation of Xander's Native American heritage. Between that and his Gypsy background, I'd be surprised if he's not at least *mildly* talented in some form or fashion. I wonder how long it's been since James has had an apprentice? ;)

At some point, I'll be interested to see what happens when James and/or Xander interact with the Rock up at the Manor. Should make for some entertaining chaos.

Any possibility of seeing any Charles/Danielle sparks? The teens would probably get a real kick out of seeing Simon's "mother" and "father" get together...
Comments from author:
Thank you. Matt may remain entirely oblivious as to the real goings on in the world. Some people are lucky that way. Though he may be changed in other ways.

Jack deserved the thwapping, but he is also going to do his utmost to get to know Evy, and not just as a replacement for Charlie, but as her own person. Though he will probably watch the Simpsons with her... Jon is going to do the same.

Xander has certain talents. The way magic acts around him made me think of it... Xander and James at the Mana point... I shudder to think of it.
Charles and Danielle spark? We shall see how they react, shall we?

Thanks for reviewing.
Review By [carikate] • Date [17 Dec 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Social workers and interior decorating" from LordSchmodder
...seriously, a chapter without mayhem^^.
And it brought the story forward!

Very nice, thank you.
Comments from author:
Well, I do have a few of those. Unless you mean emotional upheavals?

Yeah, it was a bit stuck, so I wrote an extra long chapter to get things rolling again.

glad you liked it, and thanks for reviewing.
Review By [LordSchmodder] • Date [17 Dec 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Social workers and interior decorating" from Blackett
Great chapter. It was worth the waiting to see Jack face to face with his past/future :)
(not to say that I didn't enjoyed the rest of this chapter, 'cause I did....but by the time I get to write down my review I've already forgotten more then half of my ideas....maybe I should take notes *grins*).
Comments from author:
Jack faced his past with great fortitude. And then keeled over. he's going to be teased for years...

Please do take notes, as you may have noted, reviews inspire me to change and add to my AU. Though I doubt I can add more than cameos for any other verses, and am rather reluctant to do so too much, I need some Pop culture to refer to...

Thanks for reviewing.
Review By [Blackett] • Date [17 Dec 11] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Social workers and interior decorating" from AllenPitt
Nice merger. Can't wait for the Master's apology card & gift to arrive. Great idea on their part. Of course Buffy should send back something appropriate like some sunscreen or a bottle of hair-gro for the Master... Hm.. so at this point Paige has no idea of her kinship to the Halliwells. In the series it was never explained how she came to suspect they were, come to think of it. It's quite a leap from 'found at a church in the area' to that. NEXT --ok Grams hates whitelighters... the explanation for dumping Paige given in the series was to protect the rest from the wrath of the Elders. Really? Dump one to save the rest? That's kind of cold. I hope there's more to it, when it all comes out.
Comments from author:
Yes, that should make an impression. At this point Buffy has never seen the Master, though Angel might describe him and Giles probably has a description in his books.

Paige did some searching and thought they might be realted, but never forced the point. (The Halliwells came looking for her) Grams will question Bertram, her Whitelighter. As he hasn't shown up since her meeting Cecelia again, odds are Cece's version of things is correct...

In canon it would have resulted in the deaths of Patty, Sam, Paige and anybody who got in the way of the executions... Still harsh.

Thanks for reviewing.
Review By [AllenPitt] • Date [17 Dec 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Social workers and interior decorating" from DofEire
Dr Charles Emerson Winchester for the win! Huzzah for neatly dovetailed plotlines!
Comments from author:
Thank you. I always liked Charles. A much more likeable character than Frank Burns.

Thanks for the compliment, and thanks for reviewing.
Review By [DofEire] • Date [17 Dec 11] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Social workers and interior decorating" from (Current Donor)SamuraiCatFan
Awesome chapter. Jon's version of the "shovel speech" was great.

Had to look back at Ch 24 since it was a while ago since I read it, but yes, Joyce does mention that Charles is coming over for Thanksgiving and possibly as early as Veteran's Day as some of his old army buddies lived out in Cali. Just wonder which of the old 4077th members may end up at the Revello Drive compound. Very great job of setting foundation all the way back then. (And one can see from the Portrait how Charles grows into being a father figure to Simon)

Wonder what the reaction to all of the "magic using folk" will be if/when they learn about the Stargate. Somehow, given how Marigold has gone after people with ties to both, I can't imagine that there won't be some cross-disclosure at some point.
Comments from author:
Jon has had lots of experience at the Shovel Speech. You should see Joyce's version...

I must admit when I wrote chapter 24 I thought Charles would show up a few chapters later. The tale grew in the telling, if you will forgive the theft of the phrase. And Simon needed a father figure.

Simon will probably be informed, as will Lilith. There will be much rejoicing. ;-)

Thanks for reviewing.
Review By [(Current Donor)SamuraiCatFan] • Date [17 Dec 11] • Not Rated
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